Rabbi of the Pure Hearts: Inside Lev Tahor

Gillian Findlay gets inside the ultra-orthodox Jewish community of Lev Tahor, now facing allegations of child abuse, and uncovers troubling facts about the past of its leader, Rabbi Shlomo Helbrans.

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Voyage of the Black Dragon

Linden MacIntyre tells the surprising story of what happened to some survivors of the perilous voyage of the Black Dragon – a ship packed with Chinese migrants who risked death for a better life, only to face deportation after washing ashore off the coast of BC in 1999.

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The Lost Boys

The new chapter in the explosive allegations against Scouts Canada. Are they ready to share what they know with the police?

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Stories from the River’s Edge

Every fall, hundreds of teenagers from remote aboriginal reserves in Northern Ontario fly into the city of Thunder Bay looking to get a high school diploma. But in recent years, that struggle has been tainted by tragedy. Seven of those students have died sudden and unexpected deaths.

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The Legacy of Brendan Burke

Brendan Burke was a remarkable young man. Growing up in a hockey family, with a sports icon as a father, he was probably destined to make his mark in hockey. And he did, but in a way few could have predicted. He decided to tell the world he was gay — a courageous move in a sport where no player, current or former, has ever come out. Brendan Burke's life was tragically cut short, but his legacy lives on.

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