Saman Malik

Saman Malik is a investigative journalist with The Fifth Estate.

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Hospitals profiting from private cord blood bank didn't disclose financial ties to patients

Two Toronto hospitals that have a financial relationship with a private company that banks blood from babies' umbilical cords say they need to be more upfront about their affiliation after an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate raised questions about their practices.
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Drug-impaired driving tests 'not there yet,' says top RCMP officer

Weeks into national cannabis legalization, a top RCMP officer says the tests being used to detect whether someone is driving high are “not there yet,” though they’re the best they’ve got.

Seatbelts on school buses could have prevented thousands of injuries, numerous deaths

Thousands of injuries and numerous child deaths could have been prevented across Canada and the United States in the past three decades had school buses been equipped with seatbelts, an investigation by CBC’s The Fifth Estate has found.

Soulpepper kept previous sex harassment scandal quiet for 19 months

Soulpepper Theatre Company stayed silent about allegations of sexual harassment against one of its directors for nearly two years before allegations against artistic director Albert Schultz sent shockwaves through the theatre community, an investigation by The Fifth Estate has found.
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Theatre star Albert Schultz steps down amid sexual harassment allegations

Albert Schultz is taking a leave of absence as artistic director of the Toronto-based Soulpepper Theatre Company and says he will "vehemently" defend himself against allegations from four women who have accused him of sexual harassment.

Here's how to buy a home in Australia: Should Canada follow its lead?

Marketplace investigated how Canadian homeowners can be at a disadvantage when it comes to the real estate market. Here’s why Australia’s consumer-friendly system could have some answers.

Real estate agents caught breaking the rules on Marketplace's hidden camera

In a hidden camera investigation carried out in the Greater Toronto Area, Marketplace found some real estate agents promised to use confidential information in an effort to double their commission on home sales.