Holly Caruk

Video Journalist

Holly Caruk is a video journalist with CBC Manitoba. She began her career as a photo journalist in 2007 and began reporting in 2015. Born and raised in Manitoba, Holly is a graduate of the University of Manitoba's film studies program and Red River College's creative communications program. Email: holly.caruk@cbc.ca

Latest from Holly Caruk

Dauphin woman worries unvaccinated mom will be at risk after moving into care home

A Dauphin woman is worried her 93-year-old mother is at risk of getting COVID-19 because other residents at the personal care home she just moved into have already been given their vaccinations.

Demand to become licensed facilities not practical, parent-run child-care programs say

Two parent-run child-care programs operating out of two Winnipeg Schools say a demand to become licensed facilities is not practical and requirements have been poorly communicated.

Dozens of 'Black Balloons' on display to raise awareness of overdose deaths

Dozens of cards with black balloons on them now line a stretch of Churchill Drive between the St. Vital Bridge and Daly Street South.

Search underway for missing snowmobiler in Whiteshell Provincial Park

A search is underway for a missing snowmobiler in Whiteshell Provincial Park after the 50-year-old rider went out Sunday evening and did not return.

Lawsuit challenges powers of Manitoba's top doctor, says health orders 'unconstitutional'

As Manitoba’s Chief public health officer was announcing the relaxation of some public health restrictions Tuesday, his powers were being challenged in a court proceeding questioning the constitutionality of the months-long partial lockdown and ban on gatherings.

Fried Chicken Fest drums up buckets of business for Winnipeg restaurants during pandemic

A Winnipeg food event had customers flocking to local restaurants for take-out options, even as dining rooms remained closed.

Manitoba family devastated after being asked to dig up father following burial plot mix-up

A Manitoba family is heartbroken after being asked to exhume their loved one’s body after he was mistakenly buried in the wrong cemetery plot earlier this month.

Winnipeg chef helps serve up nutritious meals for those in need during pandemic

A Winnipeg chef is helping to make sure people have access to nutritious food during the COVID-19 pandemic, and the meals being served are intended to not only nourish the body, but also feed the soul.

Manitoba chapter of Proud Boys disbanded, local anti-fascist group says

Members of Fascist Free Treaty 1 began publicly calling out those believed to be members of the far-right Proud Boys group on its social media pages on Monday.

Mom of St. Amant resident who died of COVID puts aside longtime vaccine fears, urges others to get the shot

A Manitoba mother whose son died of COVID-19 says she's putting aside her fear of vaccines and is encouraging others to get vaccinated as well to protect the most vulnerable.

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