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

Legacy of longtime St. Vital resident carved into neighbourhood's history with eagle sculpture

A nearly 1.5-metre-tall wooden eagle carving is catching the eyes of St. Vital residents, but it's the story behind the sculpture — a tribute to longtime resident Georgie Hodges — that neighbours hope will live on.

Manitoba residential school survivors hopeful about Pope's visit, but want a say in apology

Residential school survivors met with Catholic bishops in Winnipeg Wednesday to discuss what they'd like to hear from Pope Francis when he visits Canada this summer.

Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs described as toxic workplace: leaked draft report

Staff at the Assembly of Manitoba Chiefs, whose leader faces allegations of sexual assault, described it as a "toxic" workplace, where bullying and belittling was widespread, according to a copy of a draft report on the organization obtained by CBC News.

Is Manitoba's wild weather a sign of climate change?

Within the span of a year, Manitoba went from having one of its driest summers in decades to having one of its worst floods on record.

Thousands of pigs die after April storm knocked out power to western Manitoba hog farm

Manitoba-based hog production company HyLife says about 2,000 hogs died when backup generators and phone notification systems failed during a storm in April.

Inclusion in Canada census welcomed by transgender, non-binary Manitobans

For the first time, Canada is getting a more accurate picture of how its population identifies when it comes to gender.

Educators must do more to protect kids from sexual abuse, says survivor

Greg Gilhooly, who has spoken publicly about abuse he says he suffered as a teen by notorious hockey coach and convicted sexual predator Graham James, says more needs to be done in the education system to protect kids.

Some religious groups cancel in-person events for Easter, Passover

Many Catholic and Jewish events planned for Easter and Passover this weekend may be cancelled or moved online due to the major snowstorm in southern Manitoba.

'I just didn't feel wanted': Former Indigenous student says school suspensions led to drop out

A recent report shows that Indigenous students in Winnipeg's largest school division are suspended more often than other groups.

Snowfall creates piles of opportunity for refugees eager to work

After four days of shovelling out dozens of homes and businesses, Omar Rahimi and his crew are taking a short but well-deserved break before the next snowfall.

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