Kelsey Mohammed

CBC News

Kelsey Mohammed was one of the 2019 recipients of the CBC News Joan Donaldson scholarship. She produces radio, TV and digital content for CBC Toronto and has experience reporting in CBC Manitoba.

Latest from Kelsey Mohammed


Celebrating 50 years of hip-hop music

Veteran music journalist Dalton Higgins, DJ MelBoogie and Mastermind join host Elamin Abdelmahmoud for a look back at the rise of one of Canada’s world-renowned hip-hop cities: Toronto.

Indigenous poet aims to express healing through art, foster community

Victoria Redsun, a Winnipeg-based artist, reflects on the role of poetry, mentorship and land protection in her life.

New documentary pays tribute to loyal Winnipeg fans of Phantom of the Paradise, a 'wild gem of a film'

Phantom of the Paradise is a movie that flopped almost everywhere on its release in 1974 — except Winnipeg, where it's been a fan favourite for decades. A new documentary, Phantom of Winnipeg, encapsulates the obsession of Winnipeg fans with the film.

What is climate change?

What's the difference between climate change and global warming? How do greenhouse gases and volcanoes affect the climate? CBC answers common questions about climate change.

Puffins found starving to death in mass die-off likely linked to climate change, study suggests

Thousands of tufted puffins in the Bering Sea are dead partly because of starvation and stress brought on by changing climate conditions, researchers say.

Binge eating while binge watching can be a hard habit to break

'If someone has always had popcorn or candy when they're at home watching TV, then as soon as they switch on the remote they think 'What should I eat?'”

Living in a remote location is associated with avoidable death. Why is that?

A study by Statistics Canada has found that Canadians living in remote areas have higher chances of unnecessary death — avoidable mortality — than those living in heavily populated areas.