Teghan Beaudette


Teghan Beaudette is an award-winning videojournalist, host and producer working at CBC Kitchener-Waterloo.

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Police resources 'pushing capacity' after 3 major gun crimes in 4 days

Waterloo regional police say their resources are “pushing capacity” after a series of gun crimes in Cambridge and Waterloo – one of which killed a 58-year-old woman.

Meet the Cambridge director up for a Juno for Scott Helman's Hang Ups video

A Cambridge music video director is up for a big prize this weekend – a Juno for Music Video of the Year.

Can Ontario cops smoke pot? Police association unhappy with policy talks

​The president of the Police Association of Ontario isn't happy officers across the province are being left in the dark about whether or not they’ll be able to use recreational cannabis off duty when it becomes legal Oct. 17.

New comedy tour takes on tokenism in stand-up, starting in Waterloo

A brand new comedy tour kicks off in Waterloo Sunday night, taking on tokenism in the southern Ontario comedy scene by stacking the lineup with diverse voices.

Aging out: First Nations youth navigates life on his own after growing up in foster care

Young adults aging out of foster care are expected to start living on their own, whether they're ready to or not. Troy Bird of Winnipeg talks about his rough transition to adulthood.

Status of women report reveals bleak statistics for Manitoba

Manitoba has the highest rates of police-reported sexual assault in the country, and women in the province are less likely to be employed full-time, earn less than their male peers and are under-represented in the trades and leadership roles, says a provincial status of women report released Thursday.

On-campus sexism spurs Winnipeg woman to years of advocacy, legal career

It started with an act of defiance after sexist comments from a leader on campus. Now, after five years of working to stop gender-based violence, a Winnipeg woman is becoming a lawyer so she can fight for justice for murdered and missing Indigenous women and girls.

Teghan's top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekend (March 2-4)

​It’s a very good list this week, full of some pretty impressive women-led events.

Teghan's top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekend (Feb. 23-25)

​There’s a bit of a break from the cold this weekend, and another excellent local music lineup from Festival du Voyageur.

Teghan's top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekend (Feb. 16-18)

There’s too much fun stuff to do this weekend, but it’s a long weekend so you could, in theory, check out all of the things and just go to work exhausted on Tuesday.

Teghan's top 5 things to do in Winnipeg this weekend (Feb. 9-11)

After a long holiday hiatus, the top 5 column is back — just in time for a quieter, post-Big-Fun-and-post-New-Music-Festival weekend.

Manitoba film industry to post best-ever year with $160M in productions

Manitoba's film industry is poised to post the best numbers in the history of filmmaking in the province.

Historic site plaque shows up at The Met 26 years after designation

Winnipeg’s Metropolitan Entertainment Centre got a plaque marking its historic site status on Monday, nearly three decades after the designation was made.

Direct Winnipeg to Los Angeles flight would be 'game changer' for local movie industry, says film group

​Manitoba Film and Music is hoping the recent film production boom in the province will finally convince airlines to offer a direct flight between Winnipeg and Los Angeles.

More Manitobans working in film industry, census shows

The number of people working in Manitoba’s film industry is growing according to numbers from the latest census.