Cameron MacLean

Online Reporter

Cameron MacLean is a journalist living in Winnipeg, where he was born and raised. He has more than a decade of experience covering news in the city and across the province, working in print, radio, television and online.

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All adult Manitobans could get 1st dose of vaccine by May 18

Every eligible Manitoban could get a first dose of a coronavirus vaccine by May 18 after the province decided to delay second doses, officials announced Friday.

AstraZeneca approval will speed up Manitoba vaccine rollout, task force head says

The approval of the AstraZeneca vaccine will speed up Manitoba's timeline for vaccinating all eligible age groups, but how much of an impact it has remains to be seen, the head of the provincial government's vaccine implementation task force said.

Encouraging signs in northern Manitoba as First Nations vaccine eligibility expands, doctor says

Northern Manitoba may be starting to see the early benefits of the province's vaccine rollout, as eligibility expands to include First Nations people 75 and older.

Métis, Inuit in Manitoba want similar COVID-19 vaccine priority as First Nations

Métis and Inuit in Manitoba want better access to COVID-19 vaccines because all Indigenous people suffer disproportionate health consequences during the pandemic.

Oldest Manitobans now eligible for vaccine appointments

Manitobans 95 and older and First Nations people 75 and over can now book appointments for the COVID-19 vaccine, the government announced Wednesday.

Missing Manitoba woman not seen, heard from for last 8 months, police say

Manitoba police are asking for help finding Anna Marquart, who hasn't been seen or heard from for the past eight months.

'Good trend' as care home vaccinations continue, but no plans to relax visitor rules: Roussin

Recent numbers on outbreaks and COVID-19 cases in Manitoba personal care homes have shown encouraging signs, but it’s too soon to tell how much of an impact the province’s vaccine campaign has had, chief provincial public health officer Dr. Brent Roussin said.

New methods might be needed to catch COVID-19 virus variants in Manitoba

Manitoba might have to change the way it watches for dangerous variants of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 after a number of samples flagged as possible cases of the variant first found in the U.K. came back negative.

Pimicikamak tightens COVID-19 restrictions, issues stay-at-home order

People living in Pimicikamak, also known as Cross Lake Cree Nation, have once again been ordered  to stay home except for essential reasons in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19 in the remote northern First Nation.

Cat lost in Toronto airport more than 3 weeks ago returned to Winnipeg man

Riley McCann was relieved when got the call saying his cat had been found more than three weeks after going missing in Toronto's Pearson International Airport.

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