Angelina King

Reporter

Angelina King is a reporter with CBC Toronto where she covers a wide range of topics. She has a particular interest in crime, justice issues and human interest stories. Angelina started her career in her home city of Saskatoon where she spent much of her time covering the courts. You can contact her at angelina.king@cbc.ca or @angelinaaking

Latest from Angelina King

Buyers say Mississauga developer 'holding deposits hostage' after project went awry

After a Mississauga, Ont., development project went sideways, the builder sold the land. But buyers say they were never told about the sale or the fate of the project. Instead, they received letters stating they were in violation of their sales agreements and the company is keeping their deposits — unless they agree not to take legal action.

BMO customers out thousands of dollars unable to prove fraudulent e-transfers weren't their fault

Two Bank of Montreal customers say they want better online security from the bank after their accounts were accessed and thousands of dollars were e-transferred out. BMO won't get them their money back, saying their accounts were properly accessed, but the customers say they kept their computers secure.

They were promised refunds. Instead, seniors are still waiting on $15M from a failed development

A group behind a failed development project still holding $15 million in deposits from seniors who bought into the building has been granted creditor protection, leaving some investors in limbo.
CBC Investigates

They abused horses. Now they're accused of stiffing snow removal clients

Three members of a Greater Toronto Area family who were convicted in a high-profile animal abuse case — one of whom was previously found guilty of fraud — are now accused of taking customers' money and not fulfilling snow clearing contracts.

Ontario housing market so red-hot most buyers are skipping inspections, say home inspectors

Ontario home inspectors say the seller’s market and routine unconditional offers are leading to a significant decline in home inspections, leaving buyers at risk.

Seniors who bought into proposed development fighting to get $50K deposit after project fails

Fengfeng Zhou says he's fighting for the return of a $50,300 deposit his wife paid to secure a life lease in a proposed seniors condo community in Scarborough. Nearly six years after it was announced, the land sits empty and the project has been cancelled.
State of Our Schools

The TDSB is 'land rich and cash poor' — could $1B in real estate sales help fix crumbling schools?

The Toronto District School Board’s real estate manager says it has a solution to help with the board’s growing $3.7-billion repair backlog using the TDSB's nearly 50 non-instructional properties.
First Person

I'm Chinese Romanian. It took moving to Toronto to meet someone like me

Chinese-Romanian chef Haan Palcu-Chang connects with both his cultures through food. Aside from his sister, he'd never met another Chinese-Romanian person until CBC Toronto reporter Angelina King reached out for an interview.

GTA mother has warning for parents after daycare workers charged with assaulting her son

A Milton mother is encouraging other parents to trust their instincts after she pulled her son from his daycare. She later learned two employees at the centre were charged with assaulting her son.

Patients out thousands in deposits to Ontario plastic surgeon who they say disappeared

Before the patients could get their plastic surgery procedures, Dr. Mahmood Kara seemingly disappeared and their money hasn't been returned.

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