Senior Investigative Journalist
Geoff Leo has been a reporter for CBC News in Saskatchewan since 2001. His work as an investigative journalist and documentary producer has earned numerous national and regional awards.
Latest from Geoff Leo
Sask. Court of Appeal overturns lower ruling, says Input Capital's canola contracts are not 'unconscionable'
The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal says a trial judge was mistaken when he concluded that Input Capital Corporation’s streaming canola contracts were “unconscionable” and therefore unenforceable.
Sask. business people caught up in massive immigration fraud case
Canada Border Services Agency officials used documents found in a trash bin to begin unravelling what they allege was a major immigration fraud scheme led by a couple from White City, Sask., involving fraudulent job offers, hundreds of Chinese nationals and dozens of Saskatchewan business people.
SGEU president chastised for 'egregious behaviour' against union members following independent investigation
A committee of the Saskatchewan Government Employees Union (SGEU), which represents thousands of public employees, has ruled the union’s own president, Bob Bymoen, engaged in “the most egregious behavior that undermines our code of ethics, harassment policy, constitution, policy manual and union values.”
GTH corporate head office up for lease in preparation for private takeover
As part of a significant downsizing, the Global Transportation Hub has put its office space on the market and is planning for a possible move.
Sask. auditor chastises eHealth for sole-sourced contracts and vendor-sponsored trips
Saskatchewan's provincial auditor says she found eight instances where eHealth employees inappropriately went on trips sponsored by vendors and 10 cases where contracts were sole-source without written justification.
Doctor who lost licence for having sex with patients now a 'health coach' on YouTube looking for clients
Saskatchewan's College of Physicians and Surgeons has launched a new investigation into a physician who was stripped of his licence last year after learning he is still calling himself a doctor and looking for new clients.
Anatomy of a vote-buying scheme: Court documents outline massive alleged fraud on Sask. First Nation
Larry Iron, an Indigenous politician, swore on the record in January 2017 that he traded money for votes during the campaign for the election of chief and council on the Canoe Lake Cree First Nation.
SaskPower once again announces plans to build 'Logistics Warehouse Complex' at the GTH
SaskPower has announced the organization will be consolidating its Regina operations from its current 13 locations down to six over the next few years.
'Disgusting and opportunistic' $2M Humboldt Broncos-inspired fund embroiled in conflict
Former Humboldt Broncos board members say a fund set up in the days after the fatal bus crash was an attempt by the Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League president to go behind their backs and capitalize on the tragedy.
Province restricts 5 bridges built by company that erected bridge which collapsed opening day
The government of Saskatchewan has directed four Saskatchewan municipalities to put weight restrictions on bridges in their RMs because there is a risk of the "total failure of the bridge if a heavy truck drives over it."
'The whole investigative system of Regina city police has failed': Lawyer of Nadine Machiskinic's family
In a scathing 22 page report, the RCMP says the Regina Police Service (RPS) failed to meet “the standards of a professional, sudden death investigation” after reviewing the RPS’s probe of the death of Nadine Machiskinic.
'Separating fiction from fact': Analyzing Brandt's massive newspaper ad about its Wascana project
After failing to respond to most of CBC’s questions for the past two months, Brandt offered its take on the controversy about the CNIB/Brandt building project in Wascana Park by buying a four-page advertisement in the Regina Leader-Post.
'I don't apologize because I'm not wrong': Former Wascana architect rebuffs Brandt's demands for apology
Len Novak is sticking by his criticism of the Brandt/CNIB project in Wascana Centre despite demands for an apology from one of Saskatchewan’s largest companies.
Government not releasing secret Wascana report that recommends transparency
The government-controlled Provincial Capital Commision is refusing to release a report that recommends transparency.
Brandt headed to court after allegedly doing work in RM of Sherwood without a permit
CBC has learned Regina-based manufacturer Brandt is facing three charges from the Rural Municipality of Sherwood for allegedly developing property without a permit.