Frédéric Zalac, Canada, is an award-winning investigative reporter based in Vancouver for CBC/Radio-Canada. He reports for Radio-Canada’s investigative television program Enquête.
He has been a member of the ICIJ since 2012 and has participated in all of the consortium’s major projects about tax havens and offshore finance.
Zalac has covered a range of topics including sweatshops, drug addiction, airline safety, asbestos, substandard cargo shipping and serial killers. He has won several honors, including two of Canada’s top journalism awards, the Michener and the Judith Jasmin – for an in-depth investigation on risks linked to stun guns and their misuse by some police forces in Canada.
He reports in both French and English and has produced stories for CBC’s newscast The National and CBC’s investigative program The Fifth Estate.