The NationalCanadians expose foreign worker 'mess' in oilsandsSep 1, 2014 | 2:56Canadian tradesmen from a huge oilsands construction project are waving a red flag about safety hazards and near misses, which they blame on the use of foreign workers who aren’t qualified and can’t speak English.
The NationalMutual fund salesman faked signatures, couple out $80KJun 2, 2014 | 2:40An Ontario couple is going public about how a mutual fund salesman "gambled" with their money - and lost $80,000 – by copying their signatures to buy high risk investments, against their explicit wishes.
The NationalWestern Union agents blamed for allowing cash transfer scamFeb 3, 2014 | 2:03Scam victims and police are calling on Western Union to tighten its money transfer practices, because of a scam that is bilking Canadians out of millions of dollars.
The NationalMother with dementia 'warehoused,' daughter saysDec 9, 2013 | 2:55The daughter of an 84-year-old Calgary dementia patient is speaking out about how her mother was “warehoused” in acute care hospitals for almost a year, because she couldn’t get long-term care in a public or private facility.
The NationalAeroplan error shocks parents with $4,600 flight for toddlerNov 11, 2013 | 2:41A B.C. couple were hit with a staggering $4,600 bill when an Aeroplan booking mistake forced them to buy a last-minute Air Canada ticket to fly their two-year-old home from Europe.
The NationalIntern's death after overnight shift sparks outcrySep 9, 2013 | 2:55The death of a 22-year-old who crashed while driving home after being made to work long hours, has his loved ones pushing for laws to protect unpaid interns from exploitation.