Judy Trinh

CBC Reporter

Judy Trinh is a veteran journalist with the CBC. She covers a diverse range of stories from breaking crime news to the #MeToo movement to human rights court challenges. Judy aims to be both critical and compassionate in her reporting. Follow her on Twitter @judytrinhCBC Email: Judy.Trinh@cbc.ca

Latest from Judy Trinh

'No goodbyes': 2 years later, shooting victim's loved ones still seek answers

It's been two years since Ashton Dickson was gunned down outside a downtown bar following what the police chief called a "simple argument." There have been no arrests.

Gatineau residents raise stink about massive cannabis facility

People who live in the Gatineau, Que., community of Masson-Angers are raising a stink about the emissions coming from a massive cannabis production plant.

Family grapples with grief after 2nd son gunned down

Less than two years before Mouhamed Serhan, 24, was shot and killed on Monday, his younger brother, Hamzeh, died the same way. Their only surviving sibling says it's almost too much for the family to bear.

'Finally, we were free': Caitlan Coleman's dramatic run for U.S. border

Former hostage Caitlan Coleman fled for the U.S. border just hours after winning custody of her children in Ottawa last summer, ending an ordeal that she said lasted years and tested her in ways she's only now beginning to talk about.

Teen who brawled with officer was defending himself, family says

The family of an Ottawa high school student charged with assaulting a police officer says the 15-year-old boy was simply defending himself.

Greenboro fire leaves 5 temporarily homeless

Five residents of Ottawa's Greenboro neighbourhood are temporarily homeless after a fire ripped through a row of townhouses on Silverlace Private on Easter Sunday.

Family in shock after son charged with killing mother

Abigail Ootoova's family and a former partner described the Inuk artist's relationship with her son Jed as loving, but tumultuous.

Evicted Heron Gate residents launch human rights complaint

Former residents of Heron Gate are accusing Timbercreek of racial discrimination and the City of Ottawa of being complicit when it allowed the rental corporation to push through mass evictions last year.

Hikes to legal fees will hurt those who can least afford them, critics say

Starting today, people will be paying more to seek a solution through Ontario's civil court system.

After New Zealand massacre, Ottawa Muslims weigh increasing security at mosques

One week after the New Zealand mass shooting during Jumaa'ah, Ottawa's Muslim community is debating whether increased security measures are needed here.

Police fear for missing Gatineau man Ian Lambert

Gatineau police say they "fear for the health and safety" of missing public servant Ian Lambert, who hasn't been seen by family and friends since he left a house party more than two weeks ago.

Is Bells Corners Ottawa's next Westboro?

The area's business boosters want you to think so, and are heralding recent development in the west-end neighbourhood as signs of an unprecedented economic boom.

Mistrust in Ottawa police revealed in internal report

Ottawa police have released an internal report detailing the depth of mistrust some people feel about the force.

Immigration Minister Hussen impersonated in refugee scam

A brash new scam on social media hijacked the identity of Canada's immigration minister to defraud desperate refugees of thousands of dollars.

Rape survivor 'floored' by her attacker's Jordan appeal

A rapist twice convicted of sexual assault will appear in a Brockville, Ont., courtroom Thursday and attempt to use a Charter challenge to have the case against him stayed.