cbc investigates Suspected illegal basement cosmetic surgery clinic raided in Delta

A suspected illegal surgery clinic in Delta, where cosmetic procedures are alleged to have been performed by a fake doctor, has been raided by the College of Physicians and Surgeons, escorted by Delta Police. Jan 06

special report The new face of fighting fentanyl — Kati Mather's road to recovery

Three months ago, reporter Eric Rankin found Kati Mather — 22 and addicted to fentanyl — living on The Strip, the notorious drug hangout in Surrey. B.C. The online story was read by more than 830,000 people. Now, Kati is in treatment and off the streets. Dec 24 video

cbc investigates Fake job, fake education, fake residency: 15 clients of fraudulent immigration scheme deported

Fifteen former clients of an imprisoned B.C. immigration consultant have been deported to China. And the failed appeals by two women who fought to remain in Canada provide a rare glimpse into the illegal tactics used to carry out what has been labelled as the biggest immigration scam in B.C. history. Dec 08

cbc investigates Clients of convicted immigration consultant facing deportation for lying

Hundreds of Chinese immigrants, who relied on a B.C.-based consultant convicted in a sprawling immigration scam, are now facing deportation, CBC News has learned. Nov 29

About the Team

Send your news tip to Natalie Clancy Investigative Reporter Natalie Clancy is an award-winning journalist with a 20-year track record for breaking stories from coast to coast. She has investigated everything from the use of child soldiers, to slum landlords, white supremacists and gang murders.

She recently broke the story about sexual harassment in the RCMP. Her investigations have won awards from the Canadian Association of Journalists, RTDNA, Websters, Atlantic Journalism Awards, a New York Festival Gold World medal and two Gemini Nominations.

Send your news tip to Eric Rankin Investigative Reporter Eric Rankin is an award-winning reporter and producer who has told stories all over the world. His work on "Prescription for Profit", a series about a Methadone Prescription kick back scheme, won him a Webster Award in 2009.

He spent nine years based at CBC headquarters in Toronto reporting nationally and internationally, before returning to B.C. to produce CBC's international current affairs programs "Pacific Rim Report", "Foreign Assignment" and "Hemispheres".