Caitlyn Gowriluk

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Caitlyn Gowriluk is an online reporter for CBC Manitoba. Connect with her at caitlyn.gowriluk@cbc.ca.

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Manitoba's COVID-19 test positivity rate continues to drop, as province reports 64 new cases

Manitoba's five-day test positivity rate dropped again to 3.9 per cent on Friday — the lowest it's been in more than four months. In Winnipeg, that rate is now 3.3 per cent, down from 3.8.

Former Tiber River employee's lawsuit alleges Winnipeg company let her go because of pregnancy

Deanne MacNeil, who was company's marketing manager, alleges the company terminated her position a few months before she was set to take her second maternity leave. Tiber River, currently facing backlash from a social media campaign, denies her allegations.

Manitoba reports 3 more cases of infectious coronavirus variant first detected in U.K.

Manitoba has now identified a total of four cases of the B117 coronavirus variant, after the province's first case was announced last week. The government also reported 92 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths on Friday.

After last spring's gardening boom, greenhouses prepared for another — but had no idea what was coming

Kevin Twomey says his Headingley, Man., seed store saw a 40 per cent jump in sales last spring. He expected a bump again this year, but even he was surprised by the 300 per cent spike he's seen so far.

How the Maples outbreak became Manitoba's deadliest — and what experts say needs to change

An external review into the deadly COVID-19 outbreak at Winnipeg's Maples Long Term Care Home highlights issues within senior care and presents an opportunity to fix them, experts say.

Alleged Hells Angels informant's lawsuit claims identity revealed to gang, police didn't protect him

In the lawsuit, the man says he was a former prospect for the Hells Angels who worked as an informant for Winnipeg police — and he wasn't protected after the biker gang found out.

Peter Nygard bail decision delayed after defence offers new release plan

Lawyers for Peter Nygard say the former fashion mogul will be under constant video surveillance and have a security guard watching the outside of the house where he'll stay if he's released on bail next week.

'No zero-risk situation,' Manitoba official warns ahead of loosened visitor restrictions starting Saturday

Manitoba reported 173 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths linked to the illness on Friday, a day before some of its strictest pandemic rules are set to ease slightly.

Northern Manitoba COVID-19 surge continues, as region reports more than half of province's 198 new cases

There were 105 new COVID-19 cases in northern Manitoba on Thursday, bringing the region's total since Jan. 11 to 754 new infections.

Manitoba reports 154 new COVID-19 cases on Wednesday, nearly half in the north

There are 70 new COVID-19 cases in Manitoba's Northern Health Region, which has been hit hard by outbreaks in several small communities in recent weeks.

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