Judy Trinh

CBC Reporter

Judy Trinh is an investigative journalist with CBC News. She covers a diverse range of stories from police misconduct to human rights court challenges and the #MeToo movement. She aims to be both critical and compassionate in her reporting. Follow her on Twitter @judyatrinh Reach her at judy.trinh@cbc.ca

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CBC Investigates

Rapper wants justice after Ottawa police 'tore house apart' in failed no-knock raid

All charges have been dropped against Chris Woof of Ottawa, but his lawyer and an expert on policing say his case highlights major problems with no-knock drug raids — including the key question of whether there's any data the tactic is effective.
CBC Investigates

New charge against Jacob Hoggard surfaces as he awaits verdict in sex assault trial

A sexual assault charge relating to a rape allegation from June 2016 has surfaced against Jacob Hoggard, the former frontman for rock band Hedley. Hoggard is currently awaiting a verdict in a separate sexual assault trial in Toronto. He denies the new charge.
CBC Investigates

Therapist who triggered investigation into a fake psychologist blames bad memory

The unusual case of an alleged fake psychologist working with the Ottawa Police Service has taken another surprising turn — one that's adding to the distress of the police officer at its heart. The prosecutor withdrew a public mischief charge against a psychologist who reported he was being impersonated.
CBC Investigates

After months of sacrifice, Black bobsleigh athlete alleges racism in Olympic team selection

Shaquille Murray-Lawrence says his dream to compete for Canada at this year's Beijing Olympics was thwarted by systemic discrimination within Bobsleigh Canada Skeleton and that he lost his position on the team to someone he out-performed.

Alberta pair sue police for $1.5M over 'malicious' drug raid that found nothing

An Alberta couple targeted in a no-knock drug raid where an armoured vehicle smashed through their living room window and tear gas was fired into their home has filed a $1.5-million lawsuit against the RCMP and Calgary Police.
CBC Investigates

Hate speech and death threats: Canadian academics harassed after criticizing Hindu nationalism in India

Several Canadian academics whose work relates to India say they are being harassed and threatened by diaspora groups for criticizing the country’s politics under Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s ruling party and the right-wing political ideology it espouses.
CBC Investigates

भारत में हिंदू राष्ट्रवाद की आलोचना करने पर कैनेडा में शिक्षकों का उत्पीड़न, मिली जान से मारने की धमकी

कई कनेडियन शिक्षक जिनका काम भारत से संबंधित है, का कहना है कि प्रधान मंत्री नरेंद्र मोदी की सत्ताधारी पार्टी और उसके द्वारा समर्थित राईट-विंग राजनीतिक विचारधारा के तहत देश की राजनीति की आलोचना करने के कारण प्रवासी समूहों द्वारा उन्हें परेशान किया जा रहा है और धमकाया जा रहा है।

Military investigating at least 6 active soldiers for supporting convoy protests

The Canadian Armed Forces have acknowledged that at least six active soldiers are under investigation after they showed support for the protest against vaccine mandates and other COVID-19 measures. It's unclear how many of them have participated in the protests on Parliament Hill.
CBC Investigates

How organizers with police and military expertise may be helping Ottawa convoy protest dig in

For nearly two weeks, protesters have entrenched themselves in Ottawa’s downtown core, and despite a police raid that attempted to cut off supplies, they appear to still have the upper hand. Experts say their success may be partly due to deep knowledge of law enforcement and military tactics within their ranks.

Family devastated after 11-year-old girl dies after 1st time tobogganing

A young girl who had recently moved to Canada from Lebanon with her family died after a sledding accident over the Christmas holidays. The family tells CBC News it was her first time tobogganing.