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#PatientFiles: Hidden stories from inside Ontario’s hospitals/ Reporter Maeve Ellis
Indigenous infrastructure class action/ Reporter Ryan McMahon
First Nation communities’ $349 billion infrastructure gap/ Reporter Wendy-Ann Clarke
Sexual harassment and discrimination forcing women lawyers to quit/ Reporter Emma Jarratt
What is Radon?/ Reporter Masih K
Investigative Journalism Bureau wins Mindset Award for reporting on #MentalHealth
‘I thought I was safe’: Federal government’s radon advice creates a false sense of security/ Reporter Masih K
IJB investigation into lead levels in Ontario school and daycare drinking water on CTV Ottawa
NDP’s Sandy Shaw raises IJB findings on lead in school drinking water #queenspark
IJB/Unifor 2023 Summer Intern: Norma Hilton
Sunlight Project: A searchable database of completed Ontario Freedom of Information requests
Big Sugar sponsors dietitians’ favourable posts on social media/ Reporter Rhythm Sachdeva
IJB celebrates 3 years of impact
Illegal health products pose risk to safety / Reporter Alina Snisarenko

Update on Lead in Drinking Water/ Reporter Rhythm Sachdeva
Toxic levels of lead in School Drinking Water/ Reporter Scott Martin
IJB/Unifor 2023 Summer Intern: Alina Snisarenko
Behind the curtain of Ontario’s hospitals / Reporter Max Binks-Collier
Life after losing son to suicide | Generation Distress
IJB accepts 2022 RNAO Award
Kyle Gardiner story | IJB reporter reflects on youth mental health investigation/ Reporter Charlie Buckley