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the fifth estate returns January 10th

This fall, the fifth estate had stories that took you beyond the headlines and around the world, from Bangladesh garment factories to the Toronto Mayor's office. The 39th season continues with Linden MacIntyre's investigation into The Silence of the Labs on January 10th, 2014.

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The Fifth Estate - Finding EmmaJun 23, 2014 | 0:43The Fifth Estate Finding Emma Video
The Fifth Estate Finding Emma Jun 23, 2014 | 0:43I want to come home." That's what 26 yr old Emma Filipoff phoned to tell her mother in Ontario. Emma was living in Victoria. And her mother was worried about her- worried about her mental state. So she flew out to BC to bring her daughter home. But when she arrived, Emma was gone. Vanished. She was last seen on Nov.28th, barefoot and disoriented outside the Empress Hotel. A concerned passerby called 911, and 2 police officers spoke with Emma for 45 minutes, but left her alone, feeling she wasn't a threat to herself or others. She was never seen again. Her mother spent 2 months, scouring the area, but found no trace of her daughter.
The Fifth Estate - Small Town ShakedownMay 7, 2014 | 13:22The Fifth Estate Small Town Shakedown Video
The Fifth Estate Small Town Shakedown May 7, 2014 | 13:22This season, the fifth estate was flooded with tips from viewers, asking our team to investigate stories important to you. We listened, we did our research, and now in 'Your Tips, Our Stories' we have three stories built on your suggestions. We went looking for the worst case of small town corruption, and found one - south of the border, in Dixon, Illinois.
The Fifth Estate - The Long Way HomeMay 7, 2014 | 13:10The Fifth Estate The Long Way Home Video
The Fifth Estate The Long Way Home May 7, 2014 | 13:10This season, the fifth estate was flooded with tips from viewers, asking our team to investigate stories important to you. We listened, we did our research, and now in 'Your Tips, Our Stories' we have three stories built on your suggestions. Mark Kelley follows up on a viewer’s request to investigate the mysterious death of a young blind woman in Halifax, and learns that a key witness in the police investigation has changed his story.
The Fifth Estate - Love and the Perfect StrangerMay 7, 2014 | 13:12The Fifth Estate Love and the Perfect Stranger Video
The Fifth Estate Love and the Perfect Stranger May 7, 2014 | 13:12This season, the fifth estate was flooded with tips from viewers, asking our team to investigate stories important to you. We listened, we did our research, and now in 'Your Tips, Our Stories' we have three stories built on your suggestions. Bob McKeown uncovers the disturbing past of a man who promised love to at least ten women across Canada, but delivered only deception.
The Fifth Estate - After the Cameras Went Away : Toronto Zoo Elephants.Apr 23, 2014 | 8:50The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away : Toronto Zoo Elephants. Video
The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away : Toronto Zoo Elephants. Apr 23, 2014 | 8:50Even after a story airs on television, the fifth estate does not stop investigating. In our season finale 'After the Cameras Went Away', Bob McKeown finds out how the Toronto Zoo elephants are adapting to sunny California.
The Fifth Estate - After the Cameras Went Away : Made in BangladeshApr 23, 2014 | 12:35The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away : Made in Bangladesh Video
The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away : Made in Bangladesh Apr 23, 2014 | 12:35Even after a story airs on television, the fifth estate does not stop investigating. In our season finale 'After the Cameras Went Away', Mark Kelley checks in with a survivor of the collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh.
The Fifth Estate - After the Cameras Went Away : Lev TahorApr 23, 2014 | 19:51The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away : Lev Tahor Video
The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away : Lev Tahor Apr 23, 2014 | 19:51Even after a story airs on television, the fifth estate does not stop investigating. In our season finale 'After the Cameras Went Away', Gillian Findlay reveals the latest on the controversial religious sect Lev Tahor.
The Fifth Estate - After the Cameras Went Away (Season Finale)Apr 11, 2014 | 45:12The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away (Season Finale) Video
The Fifth Estate After the Cameras Went Away (Season Finale) Apr 11, 2014 | 45:12Even after a story airs on television, the fifth estate does not stop investigating. In our season finale 'After the Cameras Went Away', Gillian Findlay reveals the latest on the controversial religious sect Lev Tahor, Mark Kelley checks in with a survivor of the collapse of a garment factory in Bangladesh, and finally, Bob McKeown finds out how the Toronto Zoo elephants are adapting to sunny California.
The Fifth Estate - Dead EnoughMar 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.
The Fifth Estate - Your Tips, Our StoriesMar 21, 2014 | 3:40The Fifth Estate Your Tips, Our Stories Video
The Fifth Estate Your Tips, Our Stories Mar 21, 2014 | 3:40This season, the fifth estate was flooded with tips from viewers, asking our team to investigate stories important to you. We listened, we did our research, and now in 'Your Tips, Our Stories' hosts Mark Kelley and Bob McKeown have three stories - of deceit, a suspicious death, and corruption - built on your suggestions.
The Fifth Estate - Interview with bioethicist Dr. Alister BrowneMar 21, 2014 | 8:50The Fifth Estate Interview with bioethicist Dr. Alister Browne Video
The Fifth Estate Interview with bioethicist Dr. Alister Browne Mar 21, 2014 | 8:50Dr. Alister Browne was the Chair of the Ethics Committee at Vancouver General Hospital and a Clinical Professor and Ethics Theme Director in the Faculty of Medicine at UBC. He is now retired.
The Fifth Estate - Dr. Shemie : The Importance of Organ DonationMar 21, 2014 | 4:59The Fifth Estate Dr. Shemie : The Importance of Organ Donation Video
The Fifth Estate Dr. Shemie : The Importance of Organ Donation Mar 21, 2014 | 4:59Dr. Sam Shemie is an intensive care specialist at the Montreal Children’s Hospital. In 2005 he chaired a Canadian forum that introduced Donation after Cardiocirculatory Death (DCD) in Canada. This means patients who are not brain dead, can also have their organs donated as long as their heart does not beat for at least five minutes after life support has been withdrawn. Prior to this, Canadians could only donate after brain death.
The Fifth Estate - Dr.  Joffe 's Concerns with DCDMar 21, 2014 | 4:44The Fifth Estate Dr. Joffe 's Concerns with DCD Video
The Fifth Estate Dr. Joffe 's Concerns with DCD Mar 21, 2014 | 4:44Dr. Ari Joffe is a pediatric physician in the intensive care unit at the stollery children's hospital in Edmonton. He is concerned with how death is determined in Canada.
The Fifth Estate - Interview with the first DCD donor’s parentsMar 21, 2014 | 3:25The Fifth Estate Interview with the first DCD donor’s parents Video
The Fifth Estate Interview with the first DCD donor’s parents Mar 21, 2014 | 3:25Beth and Emile Therien are the parents of Sarah Beth who had a sudden cardiac arrest in June 2006 and was hospitalized for a week in a coma. She was removed from life support on June 17, 2006 and became the first DCD donor in Canada. Two people received Sarah Beth’s organs.
The Fifth Estate - Dead EnoughMar 19, 2014 | 0:58The Fifth Estate Dead Enough Video
The Fifth Estate Dead Enough Mar 19, 2014 | 0:58It’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.

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