Despite the animosity they had towards each other growing up in Calgary, Tegan and Sara embarked on a music career together when they were 18. To date, they've sold over a million albums, have four gold records and won three Juno awards.
Between 1963 and 1970, the separatist FLQ planted deadly bombs and kidnapped a Quebec cabinet minister. Lloyd Robertson interviews the main players who recall the violence that occurred on Canadian soil, 50 years ago, during the FLQ Crisis.
Being a referee is a job where perfection is demanded and abuse is a constant threat. Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead takes a look at the current atmosphere around officiating and the passion of those who wear the stripes.
Organized crime members are coming to Canada from South America with the goal of burglarizing homes and stealing thousands of dollars in items and cash. Saturday on CTV at 7 p.m., W5 investigates this alarming global trend known as 'crime tourism.'
W5 investigates unsolved murders in London, Ontario that stretch back decades. Investigative correspondent Avery Haines travels to the university town to discover why it's considered the 'serial killer capital of Canada'.
It's a sport where a fun Saturday night is to smash your opponent's car while you keep rolling. But as Omar Sachedina found out, it's not just a popular spectator sport in small-town Canada, it's a family affair.
Impeachment is the most serious action the U.S. Congress can take against a president. And while it may seem like it’s a done deal, several steps remain in the process that would oust Donald Trump from office, including a trial in the Senate. Here’s a look at what happens next.
A cystic fibrosis patient infected with a dangerous superbug has become one of the first Canadians to try phage therapy -- inhaling viruses found in sewage to kill the bacteria in her lungs. The experimental treatment, discovered in Canada over a century ago, may become a new weapon in the war against drug resistant bacteria.
An inquiry into decades of abuse at a Nova Scotia orphanage for black children is calling for the creation of an independent Children and Youth Commission.However, those who oversaw the four-year inquiry into the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children say the new provincial body should not follow the model used in other provinces.
W5's exclusive coverage in 2012 helped lead to the inquiry into the approximately 100 former residents of the Nova Scotia Home for Colored Children who suffered horrific mental, physical and sexual abuse.
Toronto Maple Leafs forward Nic Petan lost his father to suicide in 2018. Petan and his family open up to TSN Senior Correspondent Rick Westhead about the emotional struggle they faced following Franc Petan’s death.
W5's special Remembrance Day report details the heroic efforts of Canadian troops to bring freedom and dignity to the people of the Netherlands from German occupation, during the final months of the Second World War.
Richard Schumann is among almost 900 Canadian soldiers who are involved in a lawsuit against the federal government because anti-malaria medication allegedly left them with harsh side effects, which include rage and suicidal thoughts.
Retired general Romeo Dallaire, who led the international peacekeeping mission in Rwanda in 1994, has become the highest-ranking soldier to join an unprecedented legal action by veterans over the use of the anti-malaria drug Mefloquine.
He’s often considered the best coach to ever work in the NHL and stories about his reputation paint him as grumpy and mean. But as W5 producer Stephen Grant learned, Scotty Bowman is so much more than the winningest coach ever to work behind the bench in the NHL and he's a nice guy to boot.
Peter Akman visits St. Petersburg and meets with a former Russian troll who explains how a sophisticated network of ‘content creators’ is producing fake websites and information in order to influence people in the West.
Are home DNA tests revealing more than customers are aware of? W5's Sandie Rinaldo investigates how much information you could be giving away.
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