Anubha Momin

Anubha Momin is a writer, performer, host and producer who has recently returned to Toronto from Iqaluit, where she chronicled life in a remote Arctic town on her popular blog Finding True North. She now works on and off screen on various television projects with the CBC, Vice and Netflix. Anubha's words and photos have appeared in Vice, Huffington Post, CBC, Canadian Geographic, Up Here Magazine, Briarpatch and others.

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'It's not acceptable': Air Transat, Swoop face investigations for possible passenger mistreatment

The Canadian Transportation Agency is investigating Air Transat and Swoop for possible mistreatment of passengers during recent flight disruptions.

Air Canada, WestJet, Air Transat, Porter hit with $45K in fines for violating new passenger protections

WestJet, Air Canada, Air Transat and Porter Airlines have been hit with fines totalling $45,000 for failing to properly display notices about passenger rights at various Canadian airports. The fines are the first monetary penalties doled out for violating Canada's new passenger protection rules.

Fitbit customers angry company ignored complaints after latest tech update ruined devices

Fitbit has acknowledged a recent software update for its Charge 2 fitness tracker ruined a "small subset" of devices, issuing a statement after a CBC News investigation and customers complained the company was ignoring the problem.

Better Business Bureau posts consumer alert for FlightHub, JustFly due to pattern of complaints

Online travel agencies FlightHub and JustFly are under scrutiny from the Better Business Bureau due to what the watchdog calls a pattern of complaints. Several customers interviewed by CBC News say they all had difficulty securing refunds for flights that didn't pan out.

Mom, daughter kicked off Air Canada plane, not told they're banned from airline until it was too late

A Quebec woman wound up spending nearly $8,000 in airline tickets to fly herself and her daughter home after Air Canada kicked them off a plane and then didn't immediately inform them that they were banned from future Air Canada flights. 

'It's crazy': Chase Bank forgiving all debt owed by its Canadian credit card customers

American-owned Chase Bank has decided to forgive all outstanding debt owed by customers of its two Canadian credit cards that the bank retired last year. Affected customers can’t believe their luck.

'It was horrible': Sunwing passengers booked via FlightHub left stranded at the airport

Two Sunwing passengers who booked their flights using travel agency FlightHub found out at the airport that their flight no longer existed. Following a CBC News inquiry, Sunwing reimbursed the passengers, but didn't say who's to blame.

Air Transat passengers complain of 6-hour tarmac delay without air conditioning, food

Air Transat passengers said they endured a painful six hours with little or no food, scant information and often no air conditioning while their plane sat on a hot tarmac at an airport in Rome on Monday.

Plant-based eggs join meatless options at Tim Hortons

Tim Hortons is testing an eggless, vegan omelette with customers. If it's a hit, the product will join the growing number of plant-based fast food items being served up to meet a demand for less meat.

Beyond Meat says its burgers are healthier than beef. Health experts aren't so sure

Beyond Meat markets its plant-based burger as a healthier alternative to meat, which is associated with certain health risks. But some experts say the data doesn't exist yet to show that a processed plant-based patty trumps beef.

Expedia customer fights for $1,000 refund after being mistakenly told his flight was cancelled

Customer Ian McGrath battled Expedia for almost four months to get a refund for a flight he was incorrectly told was cancelled. After CBC News sent an inquiry, Expedia refunded the money but says it's not to blame for the mishap.

30 cancelled Swoop flights leave customers bitter. Will passenger rights coming Monday help?

The abrupt cancellation of 30 Swoop flights is the latest incident to spark numerous customer complaints. New regulations rolling out, Monday promise to make life easier for disgruntled travellers — but the new rules also face a court challenge.

'I was panicking': More passengers ask for help following Sunwing flight cancellations

The Canadian Transportation Agency says it received 46 complaints involving Sunwing flight cancellations over the past two months. Some affected passengers paid out of pocket to rebook themselves on other airlines.

'How can they do this?' Family struggles to get home after Sunwing cancels flight with 4 days' notice

The Juanima family’s vacation ended on a sour note when they found out — four days in advance — that their flight home on Sunwing had been cancelled. After being contacted by CBC News, Sunwing found flights for all family members

WestJet gets 'formal warning' for misleading passengers about why it cancelled flights

The Canadian Transportation Agency issued WestJet a "formal warning" after it violated Air Transportation Regulations by incorrectly telling passengers in late 2017 that it cancelled certain flights due to airport closures in the wake of Hurricane Irma.