Michelle Cheung

Reporter, CBC Toronto

Michelle Cheung has been around the block a few times having worked as a journalist in Canada and internationally for more than 25 years. She has embraced telling digital, radio and TV stories that affect people in Toronto, the city where she grew up. Michelle's favourite way to explore the city is on her bike. You can reach her at michelle.cheung@cbc.ca

Latest from Michelle Cheung

Canada Post 'inventing rules' to bring in community mailboxes, says Milton man

Canada Post is making up rules to cancel door-to-door delivery in some neighbourhoods despite an announcement that it was suspending conversion to super mailboxes after the last federal election, said a Milton man.

Consumer Protection Act charges against Ontario Energy Group dropped

A year after Ontario Energy Group was slapped with 142 counts of violating the Consumer Protection Act, they've all been withdrawn.

120 investors likely lost $9M in syndicated mortgages tied to convicted fraudster

More than 120 people from the Greater Toronto Area's Chinese community have likely lost nearly $9 million in syndicated mortgage investments solicited by someone they trusted and who then loaned the money to a convicted fraudster, a CBC News investigation has found.

Small claims cases cause big headaches for some people trying to collect their money

Even though Golrokh Amirpour Dolatshahi won her small claims court case and was awarded $25,000 two-and-a-half years ago, she has no hope of collecting the money.

Get 'ready' to deal with a fentanyl crisis, Vancouver's mayor tells John Tory

Toronto Mayor John Tory says he offered help to Vancouver, which is in the midst of a drug overdose crisis, and he received some timely advice instead. "Be ready" for fentanyl.

Student comes up with way to stop drivers from taking his reserved parking spot

John Wells got so frustrated with people repeatedly parking in his reserved parking space at the Mimico GO Transit station, he took matters into his own hands by creating his own "No Parking" sign.

Ex-girlfriend of Daniel Clause, killed by police in 2014, tells inquest he was 'petrified' of jail

On the first day of the inquest looking into the shooting death of Daniel Clause, his sister and friends painted a picture of a man who had a lifetime of ups and downs before he was killed by police on New Year's Eve 2014.

Stella's Place, Toronto mental health centre, founded by concerned mom

When Donna Green couldn't find the mental health help her daughter needed, she founded her own help centre focused on peer-counselling. Teens, she says, know what help they need most.

Family of Chazz Petrella, boy who took his life, wants inquest to fix 'big failures' in system

The Cobourg, Ont., family of a boy who took his own life two years ago is appalled a coroner's report has concluded the mental health care the 12-year-old received was "good." The family is still pushing for an inquest.

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