Caitlin is an investigative journalist on CBC's Marketplace. Send her a story tip at email@example.com.
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Secret trackers and hidden cameras expose how some movers could be ripping you off
A group of moving companies is offering low quotes and then increasing the total cost of moves by thousands of dollars — in some cases grossly over-estimating the weight of goods to be moved, a CBC Marketplace investigation has found.
5 out of 6 winter boots fail slip test on ice, Marketplace finds
Marketplace looked at popular brands for sale in Canada — Merrell, Sorel, Kamik, Ugg, Timberland and WindRiver — to see how some of these companies’ winter boots would fare on a wet, icy surface.
Canada's grocery chains stocked with tomato products connected to Chinese forced labour
A CBC Marketplace investigation found several products sold in Canadian grocery stores with links to forced labour in Xinjiang, China.
Canada halts import of goods linked to forced labour from China, Malaysia
The federal government has stopped two separate shipments of goods linked to forced labour from entering Canada — a move that has some advocates pleased but still pushing for more.
Toronto plastic surgeon's licence suspended over social media posts, surveillance of patients without consent
A Toronto plastic surgeon and self-styled social media influencer has had his licence to practise medicine suspended.
Are cheaper eggs just as nutritious as organic or free-run options? Marketplace tested 14 brands to find out
Some of the cheapest, widely available eggs tested by Marketplace may be just as nutritious as some of the most expensive.
Hidden camera reveals 'appalling' conditions in overseas PPE factory supplying Canadian hospitals, expert says
As global demand for personal protective equipment (PPE) surges during the pandemic, so has the human cost for those making it overseas, an investigation by CBC’s Marketplace has found.
Which smartphone, laptop and tablet brands break down the most? We asked over 3,000 Canadians to find out
A CBC Marketplace survey that asked more than 3,200 Canadians about smartphone, laptop and tablet breakdowns and repairs revealed that an overwhelming majority of them are dealing with broken technology that is too difficult or too expensive to repair.
What's the germiest surface in a supermarket? You might be surprised
In light of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Canada's biggest grocery store chains have increased their cleaning and disinfecting measures. But how well is that working?
Infection control oversight lacking at Ontario seniors' homes as inspections dwindled
Oversight of infection control measures — key to keeping long-term care homes free of illness — plummeted when Ontario scaled back comprehensive annual inspections last year, a CBC News investigation has found.