Joanne Roberts is an award-winning Winnipeg filmmaker. She is currently a reporter with CBC Manitoba. Find her on social media @reporterjoanne.
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Manitoba parents worried about rising cost of food as school year approaches
Some Winnipeg parents say they'll face difficult choices when the school year starts.
Travellers say Air Canada misled passengers whose Vancouver plane was rerouted to Winnipeg
The airline was found to have cancelled a Vancouver-bound flight to immediately fly delayed passengers to Winnipeg instead.
Winnipeg-bound passengers given mats, left to sleep on floor at Toronto Pearson airport
After several flight delays, passengers flying out of Toronto's Pearson airport were made to sleep on the floor when their flights to Winnipeg were finally cancelled around midnight on Sunday morning.
Winnipeg artist trying to make inner-city back lanes feel safer through wildlife-themed murals
Multidisciplinary Winnipeg artist Nereo Zorro is embarking on a new project to beautify inner-city back lanes.
Sikh Motorcycle Club of Manitoba members ride 176 km to fundraise for diabetes research
The Sikh Motorcycle Club of Manitoba kicked off its second annual ride to support Diabetes Canada on Sunday.
Gift of headdress to Pope draws condemnation from some First Nations people in Manitoba
Some members of First Nations in Manitoba say they're angry that Pope Francis was given a headdress as a gift following his apology on Monday for the role members of the Catholic Church played in Canada's residential school system.
Filipino business owners dream big with new one-stop shop in Winnipeg
Filipino Canadian business owners are dreaming big with their new one-stop shop collaboration, which features collectible sneaker store The Collab Shop, Dream Bootcamp gym and Dream Barbers.
Esports community returns to in-person events with Manitoba tournament series
Manitoba Esports Association hosted its first in-person event since the beginning of the pandemic.
How learning a First Nations language helps these 3 people connect with culture, family, community
With June being National Indigenous History Month, three people studying First Nations languages talked with CBC about how important learning language is to their well-being.
How 3 Indigenous families in Manitoba are reclaiming, preserving culture for their kids
With June being National Indigenous History Month, three Winnipeg families talked with CBC about how they're preserving Indigenous culture and traditions in their lives.