Marie-Maude Denis is an investigative journalist with Radio-Canada's Enquête.
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Canadian ransomware hacker sentenced to 20 years in U.S. prison
Former Canadian government IT specialist turned ransomware hacker Sebastien Vachon-Desjardins has been sentenced to a 20-year prison term in the United States in what a federal court judge called “the worst case he’s ever seen.”
Former prime minister Jean Chrétien part of secretive project to store nuclear waste in Labrador, emails show
Emails drafted in 2019 and 2020, obtained by Radio-Canada's Enquête investigative program, reveal a group of business executives had plans to discuss a secretive project to bury nuclear waste from foreign countries in Labrador.
Province asks auditor general to investigate saga involving beleaguered eastern Quebec ferry
Quebec Premier François Legault announced the auditor general's probe into issues with the NM Félix-Adrien Gauthier, pointing out that "Quebecers are not only losing money, but have also gotten very poor service these past few months."
As Montreal booms, construction debris is getting dumped on prime farmland
Montreal's construction boom means thousands of truckloads of contaminated soil, twisted rebar and concrete need to go somewhere. And some, at least, is ending up on prime farmland, Radio-Canada's investigative program Enquête has found.
Licensed cannabis growers have ties to organized crime, Enquête investigation finds
The legalization of cannabis was supposed to cut out organized crime, but a Radio-Canada investigation shows Health Canada has granted production licenses to companies with individuals with links to the criminal underworld.