Erin Brohman is a journalist for CBC Manitoba. She previously worked as a reporter for CBC News in Yellowknife and as a pediatric nurse in Alberta and Nova Scotia. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest from Erin Brohman
Manitoba nursing stations face 'extreme shortage of nurses' over holidays
The chief of a northern Manitoba First Nation fears for his community’s safety amid a critical nursing shortage at nursing stations across the province over the holidays.
Alleged serial killer went to Winnipeg homeless shelters 'looking for the absolute most vulnerable': friend
Alleged serial killer Jeremy Skibicki frequented soup kitchens and homeless shelters in Winnipeg's inner city, meeting women whom he would take home to his apartment, according to numerous sources.
How this woman escaped living in Winnipeg's bus shelters
For the first time in 15 years, Josephine Harper won't be spending winter struggling to stay warm inside a crowded Winnipeg bus shelter.
7 candidates competing for Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs leadership address province's chiefs
Seven First Nations candidates vying for leadership of the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs addressed leaders from across the province Tuesday.
Winnipeg mayoral candidates lay out plans for reconciliation at First Nations forum
Winnipeg mayoral candidates addressed Manitoba First Nations leaders Saturday, sharing plans for reconciliation, economic partnership and addressing the city’s homelessness and addictions crisis.
Nelson House family pleads for help, prays for closure in disappearance of Rico Linklater
The family of Rico Cody Linklater, a presumed homicide victim from Nelson House who went missing nearly a year ago, is pleading with their community and RCMP to help them keep searching.
Family angry late loved one's abuse allegations not included in charges against care home staff
The family of a Winnipeg senior who lived at Oakview Place say they’re distressed and angry that the alleged abuse their father suffered isn’t included in charges laid against two health care aides.
Witness to Point Douglas attacks says multiple people were involved in early morning violence
A Winnipeg man says he saw a group of young people beat a man up moments before another man was stabbed on the morning of two homicides in Point Douglas, and believes the violence is gang-related.
'A huge day': Maples Collegiate honours grads after more than 2 years of pandemic disruptions
Graduates from Maples Collegiate beamed from ear to ear for all of their classmates and families to see as they crossed the stage Tuesday night to collect their diplomas.
Families of residents who may have been abused at Winnipeg care home disgusted by allegations
Families of people who live in a privately owned Winnipeg personal care home want to know why two care aides were allowed to work for months after allegations were brought forward that they had abused 15 residents.