Steve Rukavina

Journalist

Steve Rukavina has been with CBC News in Montreal since 2002. In 2019, he won a RTDNA award for continuing coverage of sexual misconduct allegations at Concordia University. He's also a co-creator of the podcast, Montreapolis. Before working in Montreal he worked as a reporter for CBC in Regina and Saskatoon. You can reach him at stephen.j.rukavina@cbc.ca.

Latest from Steve Rukavina

Defiant Sue Montgomery says she won't resign despite ethics violations

Quebec's Municipal Commission has found Côte-des-Neiges—Notre-Dame-de-Grace Borough Mayor Sue Montgomery guilty of 11 ethics violations.

Elderly woman dies alone in problematic isolation room at Lakeshore General ER

A woman in her 80s died at Lakeshore General Hospital last month after being left unattended for at least three hours. Staff at the hospital say they've been warning for weeks about the problem.

Court of Appeal rules Immigration Ministry can't reject candidates who fail surprise French test

The ruling says government bureaucrats were improvising new laws instead of applying existing ones when they rejected prospective immigrants who failed surprise oral French language tests.
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Denis Coderre says Montreal has moved on from corruption

The incumbent mayor, who has painted himself as the man who rid Montreal of corruption and collusion, was forced to defend that record Tuesday after a report suggested many of the same big players are still bidding on lucrative municipal contracts.

Randy Tshilumba admits to fatally stabbing Maxi store clerk, testifying he feared she'd harm him

The 21-year-old man charged with first-degree murder in the April 2016 death of Clémence Beaulieu-Patry, 20, is testifying in his own defence. His lawyer will argue Randy Tshilumba is mentally ill and didn't believe he was doing anything wrong at the time.

Defence begins for Randy Tshilumba, accused in Maxi store stabbing

After two weeks of evidence detailing the night a 20-year-old grocery store clerk was stabbed to death in front of horrified customers, lawyers for the accused Randy Tshilumba are expected to begin presenting their defence to a jury this morning.

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