Kim Kaschor

Associate Producer

Kim Kaschor is a journalist living in Winnipeg. With roots in rural Manitoba, she has a passion for hyperlocal community issues, grassroots development and social justice. You can connect with Kim at

Latest from Kim Kaschor

Demand for Indigenous composers is growing worldwide, say industry insiders

Métis composer Justin Delorme says technological advances and more Indigenous-led projects in the film and television industry make a career in music production more accessible. He's part of a growing number of Indigenous composers redefining what it means to elevate Indigenous storytelling through music.

Here are 3 places to watch the Land Back movement unfold in 2023

Land Back is a movement, gaining momentum, that calls for the acknowledgement and return of Indigenous sovereignty over traditional territories. Unreserved visits three places on Turtle Island where people are engaged in the Land Back movement and meet some of the leaders who are on the frontlines.

Rare Indigenous eyewitness account of Battle of the Little Bighorn found in Ontario

A rare Indigenous account of one of the most important battles in U.S. history was discovered at a museum in Brampton, Ont. Two archivists worked to bring Standing Bear's documents home to the Oglala people in South Dakota.

Going in blind: How a man and his guide dog navigate the pandemic weeks after being hit by a car

A month after being hit by a car on a busy Winnipeg street, Tracy Garbutt and his guide dog Marion are trying to get back to their usual working relationship — but there's nothing usual about navigating a pandemic.

8 months sober: What it took to come back from meth

Travis Veilleux was at the bottom of a meth addiction eight months ago. Today he is living one sober day a time with a focus on exercise, good people and full-time studies.

Disability advocates criticize lack of teeth in new Manitoba accessibility regulations

As of Nov. 1, Manitoba businesses must be accessible to people with disabilities. However, advocates say the law is nothing without a good plan for enforcement.

Blind man and his dog frequently left waiting at stops as Winnipeg Transit buses drive by

In 2010, Vic Pereira started submitting complaints and commendations about Winnipeg Transit. At that time, he was left behind at bus stops a couple of times a year. Now drivers are leaving him stranded at bus stops up to four times a month, he says.

How will Manitobans buy their pot? That depends on what you want in your weed

Once recreational cannabis use is legalized, where and how you'll buy it largely depends on what you want from your pot-consumption experience, according to people CBC News has spoken with who all hope to be part of Manitoba's marijuana market.

Family believes poor care, long wait at HSC contributed to death of 91-year-old grandmother

A Winnipeg woman says she believes the actions of some hospital staff and a long emergency room wait at Health Sciences Centre contributed to her mother's death, and she worries the same thing will happen to someone else under upcoming changes to health-care services in Manitoba.

Winnipeg woman fears worst for family home as access opens to Florida Keys

Angela Coleman is ready to drive her RV from Winnipeg to Florida, if that's what her aunt and uncle decide. They are waiting to assess damage to their family home after after Hurricane Irma.