On a late September day in 2015, three women were brutally killed in Renfrew County, Ontario. And now 59-year-old Basil Borutski is on trial for those crimes, the details of which he revealed in a rambling five hour interrogation in which he cast himself as victim. The truth is that Borustki had been well-known to police for years. How did the system that’s supposed to protect women go so disastrously wrong? Gillian Findlay investigates, with revealing interviews with family members, friends of victims and witnesses ... and excerpts from the Borutski tapes.
Friday November 10, 2017
the fifth estate delves deep into the incredibly lucrative world of online ticket sales with the story of a Canadian Super Scalper - as revealed in the Paradise Papers.
Friday November 03, 2017
Video The Money Pipeline
It's a story of dark money, dirty politics and powerful people...When Donald Trump gave TransCanada the nod to build a pipeline that would carry Canadian crude oil to the Gulf of Mexico, it seemed like liquid gold for the Alberta-based company. But a group of angry farmers and activists in mid-western American states are trying everything they can to stop the 'ugly Canadians' from digging a pipeline and running oil through their beloved farmlands. But is anyone listening? Bob Mckeown investigates TransCanada’s influential allies in Washington and the deal to build Keystone XL.
Monday October 16, 2017
The Fifth Estate tracked down parents who share stories for the first time on Motherisk : Tainted Tests & Broken Families. Mark Kelley reports.
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