Marina von Stackelberg


Marina von Stackelberg is a senior reporter at CBC's Parliamentary Bureau in Ottawa. She previously worked as a reporter and host in Winnipeg, with earlier stints in Halifax and Sudbury. Her stories regularly appear across the country on CBC Radio and CBC News Network. Connect with her by email at or on social media @CBCMarina.

Latest from Marina von Stackelberg

CRTC hires private company to investigate 2022 Rogers outage

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission says it has hired a third-party engineering firm to investigate the massive Rogers outage of 2022, but critics say the regulator is moving too slow to probe the company and to further push telecoms to be upfront about outages.

Women's shelters across Canada are losing nearly $150 million in federal funding

Federal funding earmarked to help women fleeing domestic violence during the pandemic is set to dry up by September — but the shelters that support those women say the extra money has been 'lifesaving.'

Doctors brace for a nationwide shortage of abortion pills

The manufacturer of Mifegymiso is blaming supply chain issues for a pending shortage of the product — just months after previous shortage of the drug forced some patients to get surgical abortions instead.

How Pierre Poilievre is winning new support among young, diverse voters

Some of the newest members of the Conservative Party say the leader appeals to them through what he says — and how he says it.

A year after the fall of Kabul, Canadian veterans urge Ottawa not to abandon Afghans trying to flee

A Canadian charity says it had hoped to bring thousands of undocumented Afghans through Pakistan this summer, but has hit roadblocks that have only allowed a few dozen through.

Families hope trauma-informed policing becomes the rule, rather than the exception, in MMIWG cases

The trauma-informed approach Winnipeg police appear to be taking in their investigation into the death of a young Indigenous woman is one some MMIWG advocates hope will continue — and be adopted by other police services.

Meals on Wheels Winnipeg struggling with high costs for food, fuel

The charity can't run routes in St. Vital neighbourhood without a kitchen to make low-cost lunches, and is worried about losing volunteers as gas prices skyrocket.

Ukrainians concerned as Red Cross considers opening office in Russia

The International Committee of the Red Cross confirmed it's considering opening up an office in Russia near the Ukrainian border in a bid to scale up humanitarian efforts in the embattled area — a move that stoked concerns among some Ukrainians.

Manitoba families prepare to host Ukrainian refugees, but say governments need to speed up process

Hundreds have put their names forward to put up complete strangers in their homes, but many logistics still need to be worked out.

Manitoba hospitals low on essentials for feeding babies, reading heart rates due to supply chain issues

Nurses say Manitoba's hospitals are low on critical supplies they use to feed premature babies, deliver intravenous nutrition to sick children and adults, and monitor patients' vital signs. The province confirms hospitals have been short on some supplies for the past several weeks.