Uncovering car scams; growing problem of affinity fraud within religious organizations.
An investigation into why the preacher at Mount Zion Gospel Ministries is influencing women to leave their homes.
The people who have dedicated their lives to helping animals.
A convicted con man turns his deportation order into a Canadian citizenship.
Internet predators who are using dating sites; problems homeowners are facing.
Chinese products; immigrants dream of owning their own business.
What is being done to combat driving under the influence; plane crash that claimed the life of two brothers.
Canadians who lost big after investing in a company that offered to make big profits; families who are deep into debt to pay for treatment for their autistic children.
Life in Ottawa.
How investors can lose their life savings at the hands of brokers at respected bank-owned brokerage firms; public housing.
An investigation into Canada's used automobile industry.
An investigation into Ronald Smith's plea to return to Canada to avoid the death penalty.
Cases of police misconduct; the cosmetic surgery industry in Canada.
An investigation into products labeled as "Product of Canada" are grown or processed in China.
Toronto's elite police unit.
The impact memory loss has had on a man who suffers from a rare form of recurring amnesia.
The Automobile Protection Association's annual survey of used car dealers; families of plane crash victims search for answers.
A father kills his son while in a psychotic state.
An investigation into the recent murders in Mexico.
A group of criminology students work with local law-enforcement professionals to expose potential Internet predators.
An investigation into the disappearance of four senior citizens; children misdiagnosed with ADHD.
An investigation into the murder of Fred and Lynn Gilbank.
The criminal underworld of cargo theft.
An investigation into affinity fraud and a guardian angel who fights for the underprivileged.
An investigation into freight train derailments and a search for a kidney transplant.
Health Canada's role in making Canada the number one supplier of ecstasy and crystal meth to the United States.
An investigation into how a con man posing as a contractor left a trail of deceit and a Independence Program for people with physical disabilities.
An inside look at an extreme religious group and the families affected by it.
The story of the Winnipeg company that became an international cultural icon with their late-night and low-budget television advertising.
Inside the world of celebrity doubles.
Real-life CSI investigation; Cindy Klassen's Olympic medal has made her a hot marketing sensation.
Radical new medical procedure that could alter the way physicians treat depression.
Methods used to catch criminals by RCMP; progress of conjoined twins who were separated last year.
First-hand look inside Battlefront Afghanistan; teaching the severely disabled how to scuba dive.
Used car dealers are investigated.
RCMP officer John Hudak struggles to clear his name; Sarah Stock, major star in Mexican wrestling.
Toronto police hunt down pedophiles.
Criminals ordered deported allowed to stay; medical breakthrough freezes patients.
Forensic science that solved a 15-year-old murder; woman falsely branded as a child molester.
Case of William Mullins-Joseph who spent twelve years in prison largely due to a highly controversial doctor.
Investigation into William O'Neill, who runs the Canadian Cancer Research Group and his methods.
Rexdale, Ontario is struggling to find solutions to the violence on their streets.
The mysterious death of a Canadian student in Mexico.
Victor Malarek visits Canadian run camp for thousands of Ukraine's "Forgotten Children."
Struggle and tragedy to survive aboard the Canadian submarine Chicoutimi.
Investigation of U-Haul trucks.
Father's commitment to finding justice and answers after the death of his son.
Medical journey of conjoined twins separated at Toronto's Sick Kids Hospital.
Investigation of used car sales across Canada.
Criminals of violent crimes are serving their sentences at home.
Hundreds of thousands of Canadian homes have deadly insulation; poker player Daniel Negreanu.
Wanda Young was mistakenly labeled a possible sex offender; update on the canine patient, Badger.
Toronto's Bloorview MacMillan Children's Center helps children with disabilities.
Family of Theresa Allore seeks truth and justice 26 years later after her death.
Woman violently attacked by her estranged boyfriend; strip club owners and the women they bring into the country.
Canadian Natel King murdered during a pornography photo shoot.
Moving industry scams and shady companies that disappear with your possessions.
The search for a cure and treatment for multiple sclerosis.
A group of retired Canadian peacekeepers bring hope to people in Kenya, a country ravaged with AIDS, poverty and disease.
Scam of business distributorships; institutional abuse in Mount Herbert Orphanage in Prince Edward Island.
Organized crime groups steal debit card information from personal bank accounts; abuse of Oxycontin, powerful prescription pain reliever.
The illegal and uninspected meat industry is investigated.
Canadians rip off Americans in cross border schemes; an Iraqi-Canadian finally goes home after 38 years.
The triumphs and heartbreaks at the Ontario Veterinary College.
Sex crimes; pets.
In Mexico, some doctors are using a controversial technique involving pig cells on teenages in the fight to cure diabetes.
Inside the Toronto police sex crimes unit; mountie blows the whistle on Canadian high commission corruption.
A stalker terrorizes a young woman, following her across two continents; a look at the career counseling business.
In the largest collapse of a nursing home chain in Canadian history, millions of dollars are unaccounted for.
Investigation of used car dealerships, and a look into whether shoddy renovations are to blame for making staff members ill at a New Waterford Consolidated Hospital in Nova Scotia.
Costa Rica becomes the newest destination for Canadian pedophiles seeking more victims.
Behind the scenes with the Toronto Police Homicide Squad; dogs that have been bred to bite.
Edmonton police attempt to crack down on the city's worst drivers; residents complain about a new fertilizer provided by municipal sewage plants.
Hidden cameras show retirement-home workers abusing the residents; lack of a national immunization program in Canada.
Tom Clark becomes a willing victim of a 419 scam in an effort to track down the people behind the scheme; update on David Hudak.
The Cure; Miracle in Mexico.
Looking for Brianna; His Way.
Bloodlines: The DNA Dilemma.
Canada Calling: Targeting International Phone Fraud; A Helpful Friend: Dogs and Autistic Children.
Betrayed Friendship: An Investigation of Puppy Mills; Instant White: One of Canada's Biggest Frauds.
Shop of Horrors; Hoof Dreams: The Life of a Rodeo Family.
Inside the Teenage Brain.
Raising a Stink; Murder in Paradise.
Plastic surgery; obesity.
Bear Woman, Bear Lady.
Northern Medicine; Canada Calling.
Hidden cameras expose fraud in the auto-repair industry; Justin Trudeau.
Murder in Paradise; Missile Man.
Invisible Wounds; Showing the Flag.
Autistic dogs; West Nile Virus.
Canadian soldiers battle combat stress; Canada's Consul General, Pamela Wallin's day in the life in New York.
Canadian soldiers cope with the horrors of war; plastic surgery regulations.
Families talk about friendly fire in Afghanistan; Canada's children and obesity.
Serial predators who are therapists; Canadian rodeo family.
Tooth whitening scam; factory pig farms.
An unsolved murder haunts Newfoundland.
Police task force tracks down fugitives.
Renovation companies; poisonous pesticides.
Puppy breeding operations; town fights to keep a casino out.
Fraudulent Canadian telemarketers; three brothers abduct their sister from their negligent mother.
September 1968. Televised seance; Beatles spiritual guru; Mahareshi Mahesh Yogi.
From 1968; National drinking test.
Dangerous counterfeit products; influence of drug companies on doctors.
A man uncovers a horrific crime while trying to locate his daughter.
Feeding the world; failings of Canada's DNA databank.
Buying a new car; identity theft.
Corruption in auto bodyshops; domestic abuse by police.
Investigation into death of little girl in a group home; pets for prisoners.
September 1974; Hearst family kidnapping; truce in Belfast; World Football League; South African mine-workers protest.
November 1968; Irish fugitive Sean Burke; student loans; student works her way through university as a stripper; housing crisis; the movement for separation in Northern Ontario.
Violent, youth crime in Victoria B.C.; convicted terrorist has lived in Canada for decades.
A doctor is rescued from the South Pole.
Investigation into the death of a horse breeder; professional wrestling.
Auto repairs; influence of Drug companies on doctors.
A woman endures a life-threatening surgery in an attempt to save her mother's life.
Protesting taxation; dealings of a Canadian businessman.
October 1968; professor protests photo ID cards; Dick Gregory; Danny Kaye; drag queen prepares for Halloween.
Profile of Justin Trudeau.
Investigation into car dealers; dangers of chiropractic manipulation.
Automobile body shop investigation; leaking home oil tanks.
Counterfeit products; Canadian wrestler.
Esquimalt; oil tanks.
Father traces his missing daughter to a remote island.
Identity theft; Nelofer.
June 1974; illegal cock fights; Mosport Raceway; the sinking of the Empress of Ireland; Crown-of-Thorns Starfish.
From September 1974; Russian views of Canadian hockey; Greek politics; British election; President Ford's treatment of draft dodgers.
From October 1974: violence in hockey; Sheik Yamani; hurricane Fifi.
Support for Middle Eastern terror networks comes from North American crime syndicates; criminals don't have their DNA stored in the national data bank.
From 1968; California Bishop participates in seance; Beatles' spiritual advisor; making French the official language of Quebec.
January 1969; electronic media affects society; heart transplant; mustache styles.
From April 30, 1967; Expo '67 in Montreal.
From December 1972; sky-jacking; Princess Anne; Canadian woman ends up in Lebanese jail.
February 1974: Northern Ireland; World Football League; Kent State shootings; Clifford Irving; chimps and sign language.
From October 1970; the FLQ crisis.
From 1967; demonstrations protesting the Vietnam War; motorcycle injuries; closing of Nova Scotia steel plant.
From 1967; marijuana, LSD and the decadence of Yorkville; alleged wife-murderer; used-car rip-offs.
From 1968: Bartenders and Playboy Bunnies; Lorne Michaels.
From 1967; Canada's centennial.
Teens help the families of the victims from the Swissair tragedy.
Pregnancy care centers; illegal drug labs.
Child abuse in Temples; medical errors.
From January, 1969; highlights from the past year.
From 1968; Jesse Jackson; Lord Louis Mountbatten; Bernard Lovell; Otto Preminger.
From 1967; special school for immigrants; Paul Martin defends Canada's support of the United States in Vietnam.
Modeling agencies; elderly drivers.
Car dealers; musician and Holocaust survivor Louis Bannet.
From 1966; Canada's divorce laws.
Car mechanics; bad gynecologist.
Secret labs produce illegal drugs in residential neighborhoods.
Football legend Terry Evanshen loses his memory after a car accident.
Protesters and police plan for the Quebec Summit; musician Louis Bannet survives the Holocaust by performing.
Abused children at Krishna temples; hospitals that utilize restraints on patients.
From 1967; the murders of John F. Kennedy and Lee Harvey Oswald; gambling addictions; market-analyst Morton Shulman.
A crook disguised as a preacher takes advantage of a British Columbia town.
Medical errors killing patients; referee shortage in amateur hockey.
Vacation timeshare scams; deadly snowmobiling accidents.
Sales tactics of car salesmen; an alleged killer may get away with the crime.
April, 1971: astronomer Carl Sagan; Chief Dan George; family with six foster children; General Idi Amin.
Charity fraud; dieting.
From 1967; A gay man gets a life sentence in prison for engaging in consensual sex; Lifeboat game.
Cassius Clay; publisher Paul Krasner; comedian Roy Wordsworth; closure of Cape Breton steel mills; spinal cord injuries.
Fraudulent modeling agencies.
Expo '67 in Montreal.
Fake abortion clinics serve as a front for the anti-abortion movement.
Canadian economy; miniskirt etiquette; Expo '67; Claes Oldenberg and William Ronald.
Marijuana and LSD; alleged wife murderer in Mexico; used car rip-offs.
Charity money; teens working dangerous jobs.
Canadian teens help the families of Swissair victims.
W-Five's 35th season celebration.
Home inspection; drunken driving.
Cancer misdiagnosis; defeat of Canada's extreme athletes.
Banning scents in public; Canadian comedians trying to make it in Los Angeles.
Search for a gynecologist.
Telemarketing loan fraud; camp for burned children.
Danger and cruelty in private zoos; mold sickness.
Car sales; crew of Bandage One.
Investigating home inspectors; Extreme Olympics.
Canadian doctor's rape conviction.
The Oscars; overweight and healthy.
Behind the scenes of "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire"; airline passenger problems.
Telephone scam artists.
Margaret Trudeau travels to Africa to build a water well in memory of her son.
Gynecologist Richard Neale is accused of maiming his patients.
Swingers in the suburbs; exotic animal trade.
Car salesman secrets; movement to ban perfume and scents.
Misdiagnosed cancer; toxic mould.
Penalties for drunken drivers; camp for young burn victims.
Smoke detectors; flying ambulance system.
Conversation with the prime minister.
Milk; Robbie Robertson; condominiums that leak; Franklin the turtle; bar.
Cosmetic surgery for men; rapist; music video director; government seizes children; El Nino.
Violent girls; thalidomide; El Nino; devastated family crusades.
Siamese twins; blood crisis; dating; gross TV show.
Bullies; taxes; beating addictions; director Atom Egoyan.
Circumcision; DNA; jive dancing.
Social workers; Prozac; autistic woman; director James Cameron.
Neighbors; date rape; cop; opera singer Isabel Bayrackdarian.
Swim coach is fired; date rape; birthdays; Danielle House; jive dancing.
Sexual harassment; birthday parties; jive dancing.
Leonard Cohen; Sarah McLachlan; Conrad Black.
Circumcision; sexual harassment; Howard Stern controversy.
Behind-the-scenes of a new TV station; experimental drug controversy; Todd McFarlane.
Auto leases; Mariah Carey; hockey star's sex abuse story.
Medicare fraud; actor Michael Moriarty; Police Chief Christine Silverberg; British paparazzi pursue Princess Diana.
Actress Gloria Reuben ("ER"); motivation; Machias Seal Island.
Virulent bacteria; police training video; truck safety; Luciano Pavarotti.
Umbilical cells to cure disease; Jacques Villeneuve; TV news station ignores crime; parking in the handicapped zone.
Internet pornography; hormone therapy; driving cross-country; comedian Scott Thompson.
Parents spy on nannies; Pamela Lee; Parkdale police; littering.
Ship doctors; Alex Trebek; Alzheimer's; Georgia lottery.
Car thieves; use of blood from umbilical cords; Canadian Medicare fraud; ignoring traffic lights.
Singer Amanda Marshall; male midlife; school music programs; unemployment.
Actress Gloria Reuben ("ER"); inmate.
Falling asleep while driving; Celine Dion; organized crime; shoplifting.
Profiles of Brian Tobin and Michael Moriarty; teaching children how to deal with Alzheimer's disease.
Canadian race car driver Jacques Villeneuve; dangers of being overworked; Canadian families adopt Chinese children.
Predictions and resolutions for 1997; Charlie Farquharson; Second City; Mark Schneider; Peter Murphy; Dana Lewis.
Prime Minister Jean Chretien; blood from the umbilical cords of newborns helps save other lives; Christmas message.
Shoplifting; people who risk their lives to rescue strangers; actor Scott Thompson.
Security questions for a Canadian intelligence agency; miraculous healings.
A bacteria resists treatment; genetics and body makeovers.
Medical care on cruise ships; Mr. Jeopardy.
Shania Twain; cured cancer patients; pharmacists keep rebates; Canadian couples adopt Chinese babies.
Waiting lists for surgery; RV tribes; Jesse Helms.
Police on bicycles; computer terrorism; town of millionaires.
Selling cigarettes to minors; medicine for snoring; millionaire's town; hi-wire expert Jay Cochrane.