Lynette Fortune is an associate producer at The Fifth estate.
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Secret Nygard videos show former fashion mogul charged with sex trafficking travelling with teenage girl
Hours of behind-the-scenes video shot by a whistleblower show former Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard, who is alleged to have abused women and girls for decades, screaming at his employees and approaching a 16-year-old girl at the London Olympics.
'I told him about my problems': Priest's confession of child abuse used to boost case against Catholic Church
The confession a Quebec priest made just before he died in prison is being used by his victims to try to hold the Catholic Church accountable for decades of child abuse.
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Son of slain B.C. artist demands RCMP revive dormant investigation as new details emerge
When Cristiano Savioli travelled to Cortes Island, B.C., from his hometown in Italy after the brutal slaying of his father, Stefano, in the summer of 2010, he vowed to do everything he could to help investigators solve the case. Today, the homicide case lies dormant and Cristiano Savioli wants answers.
Police hunted for secret church archives during probe of abuse allegations at St. Anne's residential school
Police investigating widespread allegations of physical and sexual abuse at St. Anne’s Indian residential school in northern Ontario looked for secret church archives that would have contained sensitive information about priests.
Coalition bombing linked to 48 allegations of civilian casualties in Iraq, Syria
Despite claims by Canada and coalition forces of a near-perfect bombing record that has rarely harmed or killed civilians in Iraq and Syria, a fifth estate investigation has found nearly 50 credible allegations — involving as many as 600 possible deaths — that merit further review.
Canadian airstrikes linked to 2nd allegation of civilian casualties in Iraq, CBC has learned
Canadian jets have now been connected to a second airstrike in Iraq that has been reviewed by the Pentagon for possible civilian casualties, the fifth estate has learned. Canadian officials, however, were unaware this review had taken place.