Chelsea Gomez is an investigative journalist with CBC News based in Toronto.
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Private ski club runs big surplus, buys new snow-making gear, largely thanks to federal COVID relief
An exclusive Ontario ski club recorded an $815,000 surplus last season, primarily due to federal pandemic wage support. Mansfield Ski Club has used the money for a number of capital improvements, including new snow-making equipment.
Thefts in hospitals lead to lockup of masks, protective gear amid COVID-19 supply shortage
Many hospitals across the country are being forced to keep precious supplies of protective masks, gloves and sanitizer under lock and key, in part due to fear of theft, CBC News has learned.
Canadian government shopping for high-demand N95 masks on the international market
The Trudeau government's announcement Tuesday that it is spending up to $2 billion to procure personal protective equipment — including more than 60 million N95 masks — comes weeks into a global pandemic and raises questions about Canada's emergency preparedness.
International students feeling isolated and financially strapped as they wait out pandemic
As universities and colleges close their campuses and ask students to leave residences in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, international students in Canada are finding themselves increasingly isolated, lonely and worried about their future.
Pressure to have multiple babies putting surrogates 'at risk'
A three-month CBC investigation revealed that a lot of women who become surrogates feel internal and external pressure to have multiple babies. And experts warn that there isn't enough medical oversight of women who have babies in quick succession.
Why a lack of oversight of surrogacy in Canada leaves some parents feeling taken advantage of
It's illegal to pay a surrogate to carry someone else's baby in Canada. Yet, surrogacy is far from free. A CBC investigation into the industry reveals why some parents are left with serious questions about payments they made — and why they're reluctant to report their concerns.
After 6-month wait, cheques land on doorstep of sick Ontario worker
Mitch LaPrade has been fighting the WSIB for 11 years, arguing his chronic lymphocytic leukemia (CLL) was caused by exposure to a carcinogen called benzene. The highest level of Ontario’s workers’ compensation system ruled in his favour last fall, but his cheques only arrived this week after a CBC investigation.
'It is discrimination': Sick worker wins groundbreaking case against WSIB
Mitch LaPrade had an 11-year battle to prove that his cancer is linked to contact with the chemical benzene at the printing company where he worked. But firefighters with the exact same form of leukemia are given automatic acknowledgement that benzene exposure on the job is to blame.
Air Canada faces seatbelt, vehicle defect charges after death of Toronto baggage handler
Air Canada has been charged with a string of offences in the 2016 death of an employee killed at Toronto's Pearson International Airport after the baggage-handling tractor he was driving flipped over, ejecting him onto the tarmac.
RCMP 'sloppy' and 'negligent' in investigating Colten Boushie's death, say independent experts
CBC asked several experts to review evidence and testimony presented at the trial of Gerald Stanley, who was acquitted last month of the murder of Colten Boushie.