Erin Brohman


Erin Brohman is a journalist for CBC Manitoba. She previously worked as a reporter for CBC News in Yellowknife and as a pediatric nurse in Halifax and Edmonton. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree from the University of Alberta, a Master's of Nursing from Dalhousie University and a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of King's College. Email:

Latest from Erin Brohman

Red River College Polytech makes changes after trans student's human rights complaint

A student who was subjected to discrimination for being trans hopes Red River College Polytechnic is ready to change. 

Winnipeg soccer player headed to Peru for big international tournament for little people

Vivek Bhagria has his sights set on gold as he prepares to represent Canada at a prestigious international soccer tournament in South America.

Grace Hospital seeks public health nurses to help staff struggling emergency department

Amid chronic and crippling nurse shortages and a surge of patients with COVID-19, the WRHA is asking public health nurses to help staff the Grace Hospital’s Emergency Department. 

Evacuees from 2011 and 2014 Peguis First Nation floods left scrambling as federal relief ends

Displaced evacuees from Peguis First Nation in Manitoba are scrambling and without answers as their evacuee benefits come to an end, even though they still have no homes to return to in the community.

'It'll help a lot of people': Winnipeggers without coverage welcome proposed national dental plan

Winnipeggers without dental coverage are smiling over plans for a national dental plan.

Winnipeg's Russian community condemns Putin's war, calls on support for Ukraine

Winnipeggers of Russian descent are condemning Vladimir Putin's invasion of Ukraine and doing what they can to voice their opposition and help Ukrainians fleeing for their lives. 

Newcomer, Indigenous women in Winnipeg find power in self-defence

A group of newcomer and Indigenous women gathered together on International Women’s Day to learn the power of self-defence.

Mother applauds students for speaking up after Winnipeg teacher uses N-word in class

The mother of a Black-Indigenous student whose substitute teacher used the N-word in class wants to encourage students to continue speaking out against racism. 

Parents condemn mask, vaccine protesters targeting kids at Winnipeg elementary school

Parents and staff at a Winnipeg elementary school are calling on protesters to stop harassing children after a small group of people showed up twice to yell at kids to take their masks off and not get the COVID-19 vaccine. 

Winnipeg hospitals must transfer 45 patients per week to other regions to meet demand: document

Winnipeg hospitals must move at least 45 patients per week to facilities in other health regions, an internal Shared Health document says, as health-care workers try to accommodate more and more sick people during the pandemic's fourth wave.