Leah Hendry

Leah Hendry is a TV, radio and online journalist with CBC Montreal Investigates. Send tips to montrealinvestigates@cbc.ca.

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CBC Investigates

As water sources dry up, towns in southern Quebec sound the alarm

As farmers haul water to their livestock and homeowners are ordered to restrict water use, rural municipalities try to plan for a future where the resource is even more scarce. Is the province doing enough to help?
CBC Investigates

Inside the fight by a group of Montreal tenants to stay in their homes

Across Montreal, renters are facing increased pressure to move out from landlords with plans to renovate their buildings, which opens the door to raise rents. Meet the tenants of one Côte-des-Neiges building who refuse to leave. 
CBC Investigates

Inside the fight by a group of Montreal tenants to stay in their homes

Across Montreal, renters are facing increased pressure to move out from landlords with plans to renovate their buildings, which opens the door to raise rents. Meet the tenants of one Côte-des-Neiges building who refuse to leave. 
CBC Investigates

Family shocked by daycare's call to child protection without warning, question if discrimination at play

A Montreal family was reported to youth protection without warning based on their son's behaviour at daycare. The couple questions whether race played a role in the decision, and point to research that shows Black families are more likely to be reported.
CBC Investigates

Montreal's recycling program is in a dire state, but there are solutions

Montreal's recycling program isn't working like it should be. Experts say a deposit program aimed at separating materials at source would ease burden, but reduction is even more important.
CBC Investigates

Quebec recycling company with track record of litigation has powerful hold on industry

Montreal's inspector general wants city to dump Ricova, but now the company is threatening legal action. A review of its dealings with other municipalities shows it will use the courts to defend its interests.
CBC Investigates

Stuck in California, this McGill student paid movers to ship his stuff home. 2 years later, it's still missing

When the pandemic struck, Randy Li went to the United States to be with his mother. When the borders closed, he had to vacate his Montreal apartment and that's when his problems started.
CBC Investigates

Inside the alleged fraud and forgery at Quebec's Lester B. Pearson School Board

Court documents obtained by CBC News shed light on an investigation dubbed "Project Pandore" into alleged fraud, forged documents and abuse of power at the province's second-largest English-language school board. 
CBC Investigates

They parked. They shopped. They got towed: Anger and frustration at a Montreal strip mall

Over the course of two days last week at a shopping plaza in Montreal's Saint-Laurent borough, CBC watched as a tow-truck operator removed vehicle after vehicle. "This is not normal," said Pierre Abraham Mulamba, who was charged $116 for a towing after he briefly left the plaza property.

Quebec vows to tighten regulations around private colleges

In the wake of CBC's report on three private colleges catering to international students which recently filed for creditor protection, the province's higher education minister said she plans to put in place measures "to ensure that this type of situation never occurs again."

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