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. Contact her: Judy.Trinh@cbc.ca

Latest from Judy Trinh

Woman who was raped worries about man's sexsomnia defence

Seven years after she was raped by a stranger, an Ottawa-area woman is still seeking closure and waiting in trepidation for what justice could mete out.

Police investigate vicious beating near Orléans school

Ottawa police are investigating a vicious beating that happened near an Orléans high school Thursday.

Hedley singer's behaviour got worse with fame — and went unchecked by those around him, ex-drummer says

As Jacob Hoggard's sex assault case continues to wind its way through the court system, the Hedley frontman's former drummer is speaking out — to police and to CBC — about inappropriate behaviour he says he witnessed during his 11 years as Hoggard's bandmate.

Ottawa police census reveals deep rift over diversity

The latest census of Ottawa Police Service members reveals a deep divide over the force's attempts to diversify its ranks, and suggests leadership has a long way to go to mend morale, CBC News has learned.

Glebe daycare tightens spending rules after $200K disappears

An Ottawa daycare has introduced new financial controls and is pressing for criminal charges to be laid following the discovery that more than $200,000 disappeared from their operating funds

Ontario's revised drug strategy means more red tape for supervised injection sites

Supervised drug injection sites have already gone through gruelling approval processes at both the federal and provincial levels, but will now have to jump through further hoops under the Ontario PC government's revised plan.

Police scour shooting scene near Bayshore mall

Ottawa police are investigating after a man was shot and critically injured near Bayshore Shopping Centre early Tuesday morning.

Bail hearing set for accused police officer

Ottawa police Const. Eric Post will seek bail next week after being charged with 21 offences including sexual assault, intimidation and pointing a firearm. The alleged offences involve four complainants, but his own police force believes there may be more.

Army of volunteers head to Arlington Woods tornado zone

Dozens of volunteers descended on the Ottawa neighbourhood of Arlington Woods Tuesday to help clean up following last week's devastating tornado.

Global Affairs intervenes to aid Ottawa police investigation of diplomat's son

A case being investigated by Ottawa police's sexual assault and child abuse unit was delayed until police could get permission from the Afghan government to speak to the suspect, the teenage son of a high-ranking diplomat​, CBC News has learned.

Ottawa Valley man facing animal abuse charges

A Whitewater Township man has been charged with abusing and neglecting the animals on his farm after a complaint was filed last Friday.

Pride and protest: Marchers denounce sex-ed changes

There was an air of defiance amid the celebration at Sunday's Pride parade in Ottawa, as participants and onlookers denounced the Ontario government's decision to return to an old sex-ed curriculum for students in Grades 1 to 8.

Parliament Hill rally demands attacks on Rohingya Muslims be declared genocide

At a rally Saturday afternoon on Parliament Hill, human rights activists called on the Canadian government to declare the attacks launched by Myanmar's leaders against its Muslim minority population an act of genocide.

'A very distant dream': Refugee reunited with Ottawa sponsors

After nearly three decades away, a former Vietnamese refugee returned to Ottawa with his daughter to say thank you the couple who helped him start a new life.

Modern mayhem: Snapchat party ends in chaos

The party invitation was posted on social media and spread like wildfire among Ottawa's teenagers, hundreds of whom descended on a rental house in Kanata's Bridlewood neighbourhood Tuesday in search of fun on a hot summer night.