Aidan Geary


Aidan Geary is a former journalist at CBC Manitoba.

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Manitoba halts new vaccination appointments at Winnipeg, Brandon sites as Pfizer delays continue

The province announced Friday it will immediately halt bookings of new appointments at the immunization sites, after the federal government advised of another reduction in shipments of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine.

Manitoba to allow 2 visitors in homes starting Saturday for all but northern region

After more than two months of strict lockdown, many Manitobans will be free to invite two designated visitors into their homes starting Saturday, the province announced Thursday.

Peter Nygard argues for release from jail amid COVID-19 fears during 2-day bail hearing

Canadian fashion mogul Peter Nygard appeared via video link at a bail hearing in Winnipeg Tuesday. The 79-year-old has been in custody since Dec. 14 awaiting extradition to the U.S. after allegations he sexually assaulted dozens of women and girls over a 25-year period.

Manitoba to resume scheduling new COVID-19 vaccine appointments amid Pfizer delay

The province will receive roughly 28,000 fewer doses of the  Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine following issues in the supply chain announced on Friday.

Fear of dying, 'anxiety spirals': Mental health effects last long after these Manitobans' bouts of COVID-19

Long after their symptoms receded, some Manitobans who had COVID-19 say they're still recovering mentally from the impact of the illness.

Lockdown saving lives, top doc says, as Manitobans asked to weigh in on 'cautious' lift of restrictions

Broad public health restrictions brought in over the past two months likely saved roughly 1,700 lives since Nov. 12, when the province first moved to red-level rules, Manitoba's chief public health officer said Friday.

Manitoba lockdown extended 2 weeks after 355 cases tied to holiday gatherings

Manitoba's strict lockdown is extended for another two weeks as contact tracers uncover hundreds of COVID-19 cases linked to holiday gatherings.

'My daughter didn't deserve this,' mother says as murder charges laid in 2020 death of Manitoba woman

A 37-year-old man has been arrested and charged with second-degree murder in the 2020 death of Tamara Benoit, RCMP say.

Pallister 'not pleased' with Manitoba MLA's holiday travel but no disciplinary action coming

James Teitsma's decision to leave the province "isn't something I support," Premier Brian Pallister said Tuesday, but he said he won't take any disciplinary action against the backbench MLA.

'We really just wanted to be married,' say Winnipeg nurses who tied the knot at drive-in wedding

COVID-19 threw an unexpected wrench into Chad and Sarah Langedock's wedding plans. But the Winnipeg nurses weren't about to let a global pandemic stop them from tying the knot — which they did last weekend, in front of friends and family watching from their vehicles.