Meg Roberts

Meg is a multi-platform reporter with CBC Toronto. She previously worked as a reporter for CBC Newfoundland and Labrador and CBC Windsor. She also was a member of the CBC Olympics team for the 2020 and 2022 Olympics. Meg covers a wide range of breaking news and feature stories. Email her at meg.roberts@cbc.ca.

Latest from Meg Roberts

Toronto-area spa closes pools after customers complain of skin rashes, ear infections

A new spa in Whitby, Ont. has closed all of its pools in the wake of reports by customers of skin rashes, flu symptoms, ear infections and inflamed lymph nodes.

Consumers — especially seniors — say they can't keep up with natural gas prices as Enbridge seeks increase

A Toronto-area woman says her gas bill is up $55 a month after Enbridge got approval from the Ontario Energy Board for a 18 to 23 per cent price increase that went into effect July 1. 

Friends devastated after 2 Nigerian men killed in Vaughan nightclub shooting

Friends of two men who were killed in a shooting at a nightclub in Vaughan, Ont., early Saturday morning say they are devastated. Police are searching for a suspect and are asking for the public's help.

Groceries or COVID-19 tests? Critics say the cost of rapid tests puts them out of reach for some

Angela Power wants to know why the provincial government gives free tests to children and their families but others are left paying for the tests.

N.L. government says it has 'no control' over rapid test market

A Newfoundland and Labrador retailer says a lack of free COVID-19 rapid antigen testing and little provincial government regulation has turned the rapid test market into the “wild west.”

Meet Alice and Mabel. They're identical twins, and they just turned 100

The twins — born Alice and Mabel Janes — just celebrated their 100th birthday and I've been invited to listen to a century's worth of stories.

Anti-racism advocates call for educational reform after concerning immigration assignment

Advocacy groups are calling on a number of organizations, including the provincial Education Department and school districts, to undertake anti-racism education reform.

'Racist' junior high immigration assignment has advocates calling for curriculum change

A textbook exercise includes anti-immigration arguments, such as "some immigrants draw on social welfare programs."

These diabetes patients want N.L. government to cover the cost of glucose monitors. Here's why

Diabetes advocates say devices to better control glucose levels exist, but without government support, life-changing technology isn't available to everyone.

Fans cheer on St. John's native Pat Parfrey as Rugby Canada beats U.S. on Swilers field

It’s a moment that St. John’s native and Rugby Canada player Pat Parfrey never thought he would get — beating the United States in a World Cup qualifying game on the field where he started his career. 

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