Thomas Daigle

Senior Reporter

Thomas is a reporter for a variety of CBC News programs, currently based in Toronto. Previously at CBC's London, U.K. bureau, he reported on everything from the Royal Family and European politics to terrorism. Thomas filed stories from Quebec for several years and reported for Radio-Canada in his native New Brunswick.

Latest from Thomas Daigle

MP Kevin Vuong aims to rejoin Liberals, calls past accusation a 'fantasy'

Toronto MP Kevin Vuong hopes to earn his way back into the Liberal Party and didn't resign after he was elected because he thought it would be "viewed as an admission of guilt," according to an email obtained by CBC News.

Navy hits MP Kevin Vuong with a service offence charge for failing to disclose 2019 arrest

After an investigation lasting more than five months, the Royal Canadian Navy has charged Sub-Lt. Kevin Vuong — a naval reservist and member of Parliament — for failing to disclose that he was criminally charged with sexual assault in 2019.

How Ryan Reynolds gave hope to a small-town Welsh soccer club

A year after Vancouver-born Ryan Reynolds and American actor and producer Rob McElhenney invested more than $3.4 million to buy Wrexham Association Football Club, the team’s fans are riding a wave of newfound international attention. And they have huge hopes for the future.

In Chelmsford, England, neighbour remembers slain B.C. woman as 'lovely' and 'polite'

A makeshift memorial is growing in the English community northeast of London where authorities say Ashley Wadsworth, 19, from Vernon, B.C., was killed on Tuesday. 

In this Ontario hospital, it's mostly the unvaccinated who are overwhelming the ICU

The ICU of Bluewater Health, in Sarnia, Ont., has been overwhelmed with COVID-19 patients — the vast majority of whom haven't been vaccinated.

How a grocery store visit highlights voters' fears that Kevin Vuong could be a lame duck MP

As a newly elected MP ditched by the Liberals days before the federal vote, observers suspect Kevin Vuong will be unable to get much done in Parliament and constituents will not want to approach him for essential matters.

Where's Kevin Vuong? Embattled MP still silent on dropped sex assault charge following election

A full month after pledging to address a sexual assault charge levelled against him in 2019 and since withdrawn, newly elected Toronto MP Kevin Vuong has remained silent on the topic and out of sight.

How Jordan Romano went from lifelong Blue Jays fan to their star closing pitcher

Jordan Romano, from Markham, Ont., has had a breakout season as the Toronto Blue Jays’ closing pitcher. For fans, he serves as a rare example of homegrown talent. As the team chases a wild-card spot, Romano says playing for Toronto is a "dream come true."

The 'right to vote' is why many Canadians stayed in line for hours

Many Canadians across the country waited in long lines for hours Monday night, determined to vote in the federal election. "A lot of people would probably fight for these liberties," says voter north of Toronto who was prepared to wait as long as it took to vote — on her wedding anniversary.

Refugee Olympians coming to Canada in first-of-kind immigration program

For three South Sudanese-born Olympians, this is one eventful summer: reaching the world stage, then settling in a new country half a world away.