CBC Investigates Chief Liberal Party fundraiser tied to $8M loan to offshore trust in Cayman Islands
Newly discovered documents from the Paradise Papers show the Liberal Party’s top fundraiser, Stephen Bronfman, was directly linked to companies that were owed millions by an offshore Cayman Islands trust well into the 2000s — despite his strong denials he had any involvement in the trust after 1998.
CBC Investigates 'My life was ripped apart': Two Calgary Muslim men say CSIS wrongfully targeted them
Two Muslim men from Calgary say Canada’s security agencies wrongly lumped them in with a cluster of jihadis who left to fight with ISIS, and their lives have been disrupted.
Dealerships push longer-term loans to make cars seem more affordable, but an undercover Marketplace investigation reveals some salespeople are either unable or unwilling to explain to customers how those seemingly sweet deals could load them up with debt down the road.readcomments video
CBC Investigates Jazz prof Steve Kirby fired from Berklee College after U of M students share harassment complaints
Jazz professor Steve Kirby has been terminated from his job at Berklee College of Music after a number of University of Manitoba students and former students told the Boston-based college they had been harassed by Kirby.video
Paradise Papers Royalties from thousands of song classics tucked away tax-free
A music catalogue with songs by the likes of John Denver, Chubby Checker and Sheryl Crow brought in millions for investors when it was held in Jersey, a tax haven.
A CBC/Radio-Canada investigation done jointly with the Toronto Star has revealed how a Canadian scalper has been able to vacuum up thousands of tickets to some of the highest-grossing concert tours and shows in a matter of minutes and resell them at a premium with the help of the ticket website StubHub.
CBC Investigates StubHub raid in U.K. targets 'top sellers,' including Canada's known superscalper Julien Lavallée
Canadian superscalper Julien Lavallée is caught up in two separate investigations in the U.K. targeting the online ticket scalping industry.
CBC Investigates Similarities in Nigerian asylum claims based on sexual orientation have Legal Aid Ontario asking questions
Nigerian asylum seekers in Canada are making so many similar claims based on sexual orientation that the agency in charge of funding their legal representation is worried some claims may be fabricated.
A new investigation by The Fifth Estate explores the hidden role of money and power in the battle over the Keystone XL pipeline.video
CBC Investigates BMO's offshore dealings detailed in Paradise Papers leak
The Paradise Papers leak has provided an unprecedented look at the offshore manoeuvrings of a big Canadian bank, including what senior BMO executives fretted about behind closed doors as they ran a subsidiary based in a tax haven.
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- 'It's very troubling': Hidden camera catches car dealerships breaking sales rules
- Jazz prof Steve Kirby fired from Berklee College after U of M students share harassment complaints
- Royalties from thousands of song classics tucked away tax-free
- Trudeau says housing is a human right — what does that mean exactly?
- Changes to passive income rules could net feds $6 billion, PBO says
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