If you have a breaking news tip or local story to send us, your first stop is your regional newsroom.
Using a desktop or mobile device, navigate to cbc.ca, and access the “All Regions” section via the drop-down menu. Once you click on your region, you will be taken to that region’s news page. Click on "Contact Us " near the top of the regional page, where you will find information on how to contact the news desk, submit news tips, and more.
We've provided links to the contact pages for regional CBC sites at the bottom of this page.
Stories for CBC to investigate
You can also submit your story to CBC's Go Public – an investigative news segment that holds the powers that be accountable. If your story is in the public interest, the Go Public team will review it to see if it is something they can tackle. Please note that there is no phone number for Go Public, and you must use the submission form or email address to bring your story to the attention of the Go Public investigative team.
Due to the high number of submissions that these programs receive, confirmation of receipt emails or letters cannot be sent. Once your submission is assessed, should there be interest in pursuing it, you will be contacted directly by someone from the program.
If you want to reach us in a more secure and confidential way, you can use CBC’s SecureDrop system. Send your information "to the attention" of any specific CBC programs, reporters, or simply to "CBC Investigations."
Contact pages for regional CBC sites: