Nelly Gonzalez

Reporter

Nelly Gonzalez is an award winning reporter/editor at CBC Manitoba based in Winnipeg. She's been working with CBC since 2011 and has 14 years reporting experience in Winnipeg. She began working at CBC as a videographer covering stories in Brandon before relocating to Winnipeg in 2012.

Latest from Nelly Gonzalez

1 year later, Winnipeg families still waiting for answers after Ukrainian Airlines jet shot down

It's been one year since Ukrainian International Airlines Flight PS752 was shot down by Iranian missiles, killing all 176 people on board, including 63 Canadians. Eight of them were from Winnipeg.

Pandemic increased mental health support requests for Manitoba teens, advocates say

The COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in more teens reaching out for help to deal with their depression and anxiety, according to mental health advocates in Winnipeg .

Students falling behind since COVID-19 closed Manitoba schools last year

Some Manitoba students have fallen behind in literacy and numeracy skills one year after schools shut down last March because of the COVID-19 pandemic according to school officials and education experts.

Manitoba's pandemic restrictions hurt kids who can't play organized sports, parent says

Some Manitoba parents say one-on-one exercise training won't help their children who are struggling without team sports, and they're calling on the province to let kids play again.

CUPE Manitoba president removed following sexual assault allegation, refusal to step down

Abe Araya, the president of Manitoba's largest union, has been removed, along with the entire executive, after he was arrested for an alleged sexual assault. 
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Winnipeg man wants answers from Air Canada after cat lost in Toronto airport

A Winnipeg man is angry and blames Air Canada after his cat was lost at Pearson Airport in Toronto while he was flying home.

'Everyone is affected': Dauphin River First Nation residents grieve after multiple COVID-19 deaths

The pandemic has taken a toll on the small community of Dauphin River First Nation where eight people have died after contracting COVID-19 in the past two months.

Winnipeg woman who posted inspirational messages as a teen now battling lengthy illness

A Winnipeg woman who inspired others as a young teen by posting messages of hope around the city is now looking for support of her own as she battles a lengthy illness.
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'You are the stars': Students write letters of encouragement for hospital workers, seniors, COVID patients

Dozens of Grade 3 and 4 students at Whyte Ridge Elementary School in Winnipeg have been busy over the last week writing letters of support and making holiday cards to seniors in care homes, hospital staff and COVID-19 patients.

More than half of Manitoba First Nations have reported COVID-19 cases

The number of COVID-19 cases continues to surge among First Nations people in Manitoba. More than half of the 63 First Nations in the province have now reported cases.

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