Angelina King


Angelina King is a reporter with CBC Toronto's enterprise unit 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 or @angelinaaking

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CBC Investigates

Aspiring singers accuse former pop star Danny Fernandes of duping them out of thousands

Platinum-recording artist Danny Fernandes took more than $200,000 from aspiring musicians, a months-long investigation by CBC Toronto has found. They accuse him of breaking promises of helping their music careers and leaving behind a trail of broken dreams and unpaid debts.

Ontario's self-proclaimed Crypto King kidnapped, beaten for ransom, bankruptcy documents claim

An alleged kidnapping, duped investors and losses topping $40 million — those are some of the newest details emerging as authorities try to unravel what Canada's self-proclaimed Crypto King did with the money investors gave him. 

Airbnb 'pirates' are hijacking real permits to post bad listings — and some Torontonians are fed up

Every short-term rental operator's permit number is publicly visible on the City of Toronto website, which is leading to some nefarious behaviour. People are posting unregistered Airbnb listings using real permits, resulting in chaos for some legitimate hosts.

There's no 'credible plan' to complete the Eglinton Crosstown LRT, confidential documents say

Internal documents from Metrolinx obtained exclusively by CBC Toronto are shedding light on the problems plaguing the Eglinton Crosstown LRT project. They reveal what's contributing to the project's delay and how much work still needs to be done.

Councillors, public getting stonewalled when asking why the Eglinton Crosstown project is delayed

The most recent delay in the opening of the Eglinton Crosstown LRT continues to be shrouded in secrecy. CBC Toronto has been told it's connected to engineering issues at Yonge and Eglinton, but Metrolinx won't reveal the exact cause. So, two city councillors plan to find out why.

Clash with local health unit drains hot tubs at some Ontario resorts

Four resort owners in rural Ontario have been ordered by the local health unit to shut down their hot tubs, even though they’ve been operating for years. They say the rules they've broken are impossible to follow and that the closures threaten the economy of tourism-heavy Haliburton County.

About 1,500 people march in 100th anniversary of Warriors' Day Parade at CNE

About 1,500 people marched through the Canadian National Exhibition in Toronto on Saturday to honour the Canadian Armed Forces.

Ontario cuts funding by 85% for online therapy program introduced during pandemic

The Ontario government has significantly reduced funding to a free online therapy program set up during the pandemic. The move is expected to lead to an 85 per cent reduction in the number of people who will be able to access the free mental health support.

Toronto senior diagnosed with rare disorder after COVID vaccine last summer still waiting for compensation

Fernando Caballero, 67, was diagnosed with a rare neurological disorder after getting the Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine for COVID-19. He's been waiting for more than a year for Canada's Vaccine Injury Support Program to process his compensation claim.

Hosts, guests scrambling after hundreds of Airbnb bookings cancelled in Toronto

Dozens of Toronto Airbnb hosts and hundreds of guests were left scrambling after all their bookings were abruptly cancelled by Airbnb following a city audit. It turns out the problem was minor discrepancies in how their address is listed on their City of Toronto registration versus their Airbnb profile.