Nov 7, 2014 | 45:13The Fifth Estate Finding Emma VideoClosed Captions available
The Fifth Estate Finding Emma Nov 7, 2014 | 45:13A 26-year-old woman disappears from the streets of Victoria in 2012 and has never been seen since. Was it murder, suicide -- or did she want to hide? In "Finding Emma" host Mark Kelley follows a mother's determined journey to look for her daughter - and looks at how hard it is to find many of 60,000 people who are reported missing every year in Canada.
Mar 21, 2014 | 45:12The Fifth Estate Dead Enough VideoClosed Captions available
The Fifth Estate Dead Enough Mar 21, 2014 | 45:12It's a question you would think medical science would have answered long ago - when are you dead? But in "Dead Enough" the fifth estate explores how the standards for when and how people are declared dead can vary from province to province and even from hospital to hospital. Bob McKeown looks at how, in the rush to meet the need for life-saving organ transplants, some doctors are worried that we may be pushing the ethical boundaries.
Mar 10, 2015 | 31:09The Fifth Estate Playing Hurt Video
The Fifth Estate Playing Hurt Mar 10, 2015 | 31:09From 1981, Eric Malling reports on the ordeal of hockey player Mike Robitaille. The then defenseman for the Vancouver Canucks stood up to the hockey establishment and won an important court decision related to injuries received while a player.
Mar 14, 2014 | 45:12The Fifth Estate Return To Paradise VideoClosed Captions available
The Fifth Estate Return To Paradise Mar 14, 2014 | 45:12When two Canadian sisters turned up dead in a Thailand hotel in 2012, local authorities suggested everything from drugs to food poisoning. But an updated investigation by the fifth estate points to new evidence that a highly toxic pesticide used in holiday hotels in Asia to control bedbugs may have caused their deaths. Mark Kelly reports on the risk to tourists.
Jan 28, 2015 | 20:44The Fifth Estate Product of Canada Video
The Fifth Estate Product of Canada Jan 28, 2015 | 20:44From 1985 our investigation into the federal government's rejection and subsequent release of almost one million cans of partly decomposed tuna from the Star-Kist Tuna Canada Ltd. plant in New Brunswick.