Andreas Wesley has been an investigative journalist and documentarian for more than 20 years.
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Courts not protecting our kids, domestic violence survivors say
Survivors of domestic violence are generally supportive of their children having a relationship with their former partners, but say they wish their concerns about safety, retraumatization and their childrens’ fears about being around the other parent were given greater consideration in family court, a CBC investigation has found.
Domestic violence survivors say family courts are failing them
Survivors of domestic violence say the family court system should give more consideration to the history of abuse and the safety of spouses and children when ruling on child custody. CBC spoke to a dozen survivors in several provinces who say joint custody is not always in the best interests of the child.
Exclusive ski club received $1.4M in federal COVID relief amid 'record' year
Leaked financial documents show that Georgian Peaks, an exclusive Ontario ski club, received almost $1.4 million in federal pandemic relief in 2020/21 — a record-breaking season. The club ended up with a $1.5-million budget surplus, and hiked initiation fees to $43,000.
Parents begged for investigation of controversial junior hockey coach during stint in Alberta town
On Jan. 29, 2020, a group of hockey parents and billet families with the Edson, Alta., Junior A Aeros spent a long evening debating the wording of the letter they were writing, and worrying about the fallout. But they were in agreement — something had to be done about the team's coach, Bernie Lynch.
Junior hockey coach's suspension for 'inappropriate' texts, emails to player not made public by team or league
In January, Bernie Lynch was suspended without pay from his job as head coach of the Fort Frances Lakers, a Junior 'A' club in northwestern Ontario, and ordered to have no further contact with the players. But more than two months later, neither the team nor the league has publicly disclosed this.
Workplace compensation claims reflect toll COVID-19 has taken on Canada's workers
CBC News reached out to provincial workplace compensation boards across the country and found that more than 26,000 claims have been filed for contracting COVID-19 at work.
Ontario's big cities face looming landfill shortage after change to approvals process
Ontario’s large cities may be left scrambling to find space for their garbage because of new legislation that makes it much harder to build landfills in the province.
We looked at every confirmed COVID-19 case in Canada. Here's what we found
CBC News has dug deep into the data on over 120,000 COVID-19 cases collected by the Public Health Agency of Canada to examine how the illness affects the young, the elderly, men and women in order to better understand what's most likely to land you in hospital — or worse.
No running water on Air Canada flight from China during worsening coronavirus outbreak
A 13-hour Air Canada flight from Beijing to Toronto operated without running water as the coronavirus outbreak worsened in China last week. Air Canada says it will no longer operate international flights experiencing water supply issues.
RCMP launch hate crime probe of leader of nationalist group vying for party status in federal election
RCMP in Saskatchewan have launched an investigation into an online video featuring the head of an extremist group that's poised to become Canada's next official political party.