cbc investigates Unhappy customer calls for more protection for used car buyers

A Halifax woman who won a court judgement against a Lower Sackville used car dealer now charged with fraud is calling for more protection for used car buyers in the province. Jun 23 audio

cbc investigates Mother haunted by recording of daughter describing how she was tortured by pimp

A Nova Scotia mother says she begged police for three years to help her daughter, to little avail. The young woman died last summer in a car crash, but not before recording a 46-second cellphone voice memo that described her suffering. Jun 15

cbc investigates Are tighter rules needed on recording devices in cars?

The Canadian Automobile Association and the Automobile Protection Association say there needs to be clearer rules around the data that cars collect about their drivers. May 24

cbc investigates Werth Solar leaves customers in the dark when panels not installed

Several people interviewed by CBC News made payments to Werth Solar of as much as $20,000 in 2014 for solar panels that were never installed. A smalls claims adjudicator calls one incident "rife with failed promises." May 12 audio

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