Marnie Luke

Marnie Luke works in the CBC News Investigative Unit, where she produces the award-winning Missing & Murdered podcast. Previously, she was a field producer and national assignment editor based in Toronto, and has also worked in CBC's Washington and London bureaus.

Latest from Marnie Luke

Finding Cleo

'Our story is about hope': How siblings of lost Saskatchewan girl made peace with their loss

The Semaganis siblings from Little Pine First Nation in Saskatchewan had spent decades searching for their sister Cleo, but it was through a CBC podcast that they finally learned her fate. Listen to the final episode and read about how Cleo's siblings came to terms with what they learned and what they had lost.
Finding Cleo

'Naive but a good intention' — adoptive parents grapple with fallout of Sixties Scoop

Five siblings separated in the Sixties Scoop have reconnected as adults and are determined to find out what happened to the sister they lost track of. In the latest episodes of Finding Cleo, CBC News reporter Connie Walker follows a lead that takes her to a cemetery in New Jersey.
Finding Cleo

CBC podcast solves decades-old mystery of Saskatchewan girl lost in Sixties Scoop

A patchwork of information suggested Cleo Semaganis Nicotine had been killed decades ago while trying to make her way back to Saskatchewan from her adoptive family in the U.S., but no one knew for sure what happened until CBC News began looking into the case.

CBC podcast uncovers new information in unsolved murder of Alberta Williams

More than 27 years after police "hit a brick wall" in their investigation into the murder of B.C. woman Alberta Williams, the RCMP say the case is now "very active" because of new details revealed in a CBC News podcast.

​Canadian dressage judge investigated for alleged tampering with Rio team selection

A Canadian equestrian claims she was robbed of a chance to compete at the Olympics and blames what she calls the "malicious" and "unethical behaviour" of a Canadian dressage judge whose actions are now being investigated by the sport's governing body.
CBC Investigates

Health Canada investigates Florida spa director's illegal supplements

Brian Clement, a Florida nutritionist who treated two First Nations girls with leukemia in 2014, is back giving lectures in Ontario and promoting supplements that are illegal in Canada.
CBC Investigates

Insurance company drops 'discriminatory' policy on suicide attempts

Desjardins Group, one of Canada's leading insurance providers, has done away with a controversial exclusion clause denying payment of benefits to people who try to kill or injure themselves.

Toronto lawyer challenges Jamaica's anti-homosexuality law

A Canadian-based lawyer is defying death threats and the prospect of being arrested in his native Jamaica by returning home this week to launch a constitutional challenge of the country’s anti-homosexuality law.

Inconsistent radar testing casts doubt on validity of millions of speeding tickets

Canadian speeders might be getting measured differently, depending on where they’re caught, CBC News has found.

Amber Tuccaro's unsolved murder: Do you recognize this voice?

Amber Tuccaro's family is asking for help to identify a mysterious voice heard in a recording of her last phone call before her disappearance near Edmonton five years ago. It is a key detail in a police investigation that is now, itself, being investigated.

Hippocrates Health, spa attended by aboriginal girls refusing chemo, sees fine cancelled

Florida officials say they have "insufficient evidence to pursue further legal action" against the co-directors of a health spa where two Ontario First Nations girls with leukemia received treatment, one of whom later died.

Brian Clement, Hippocrates Health Institute head, ordered to stop practising medicine

The director of the Florida health spa that provided therapy to leukemia patient Makayla Sault before her death and another Ontario First Nations girl still battling the disease, is ordered by the state to stop practising medicine without a licence. He's also fined for representing himself as a doctor.

Sexual images in Air Canada flight decks worse than airline admits: pilot

A pilot is speaking out about explicit images in the Air Canada flight deck, saying she has seen images that are 'definitely pornographic' while working on several different types of aircraft.

Air Canada grapples with 'explicit' material in cockpit

CBC News has obtained an internal Air Canada bulletin warning flight crew they could be fired or face criminal charges for placing “inappropriate material” in the flight deck.

Burlington Executive Airport owner loses appeal to dump dirt on property

The owner of Ontario's Burlington Executive Airport, where thousands of truckloads of contentious dirt have been dumped in recent years, has lost a court appeal to allow the dumping to continue.