Sarah Bridge is a CBC journalist based in Toronto. She has worked as a producer, writer and reporter at CBC bureaus across Canada since 2008.
Latest from Sarah Bridge
Ski techs hope their secret wax recipes will be liquid 'gold' for Canada's Olympians
There's a behind-the-scenes Olympic competition to develop the best waxes and ski-tuning techniques to give athletes an edge over the competition on the slopes.
How Canada's athletes are training for what could be the hottest Olympics
Canada's Olympians and the scientists who help train them have found some creative ways to help beat the heat in Tokyo.
Ontario health guidance downplays aerosol spread of COVID-19. Critics say this puts lives at risk
Lessons from SARS were ignored in Ontario's COVID-19 pandemic response, health experts say.
Ontario mining company 1st to try new mobile test that diagnoses COVID-19 in as little as an hour
New Gold Inc. is turning to a new test that can diagnose COVID-19 cases in as little as one hour outside a lab setting in the hope of keeping its gold and silver mine in northern Ontario free of the disease.
Essential Canadians: Meet the people working on the front lines of the pandemic
How going to work every day has affected some of those who never expected to be crucial to the country's response to a health crisis - and why they do it.
How Thanksgiving dinner and a Facebook post made gerrymandering a Michigan midterm issue
The outcome of November's U.S. midterms could affect local election results in Michigan for the next decade. It’s all because of push-back around a centuries-old American political practice known as gerrymandering, where politicians in power redraw electoral boundaries to give their party an advantage.
Class of 2018: Meet remarkable Canadians graduating from high school this year
CBC tracked down some truly exceptional students graduating from high schools across the country this month who are making a difference in their communities. Here are their stories.
Dealing with doping: Sports world can learn from Canada and Ben Johnson legacy
Three decades after the Ben Johnson scandal at the Seoul Olympics, doping is once again making headlines. Paul Melia, head of the Canadian Centre for Ethics in Sport, says the international sporting community could learn from Canada's experiences when it comes to dealing with cheating.
Boy, 12, overcomes limited mobility and inspires friends to form sledge hockey team
Riley Oldford was once the only kid in Yellowknife, NWT, who played hockey sitting down. But after encouraging friends to give the growing sport a try, he has inspired the formation of Yellowknife's first sledge hockey team.
Lead found in Ardene jewelry months after retailer vowed 'more stringent monitoring'
Months after Canadian fashion retailer Ardene vowed stricter monitoring to keep toxic metals out of its jewelry, Health Canada has recalled two types of necklaces sold in its stores that the agency found contain lead.