Kelly Geraldine Malone

The Canadian Press

Kelly Geraldine Malone is a reporter for The Canadian Press.

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'We are in a crisis': More work must be done, leaders say as Red Dress Day observed

Red dresses will be on display across the country Friday to recognize the National Day of Awareness for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls and Two-Spirit People. The empty garments are a symbol of lives that have been lost.

Saskatchewan announces increased compensation to doctors for after-hours care

The province and the Saskatchewan Medical Association agreed in principle to make additional funding available for after-hours urgent care and walk-in clinics.

Father-to-be and 'snow angel': Edmonton police officers killed on duty remembered

One of the police officers killed in Edmonton was about to be a father and the other was called a "snow angel" for going beyond the call of duty to help people.

Ottawa ends shipments of rapid COVID-19 tests to provinces as millions set to expire

Quebec alone has 63 million tests on top of the federal stockpile. But the once-essential tool has lost its importance in the pandemic, experts say.

Sask. surprised feds with 'unforeseen' request for COVID-19 support after previously turning it down

Public Safety Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces were caught off guard by a request for help from Saskatchewan during the height of the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Emails offer more insight into how Regina police responded to James Smith rampage

Emails obtained by The Canadian Press under freedom of information laws give some insight into how Regina police responded following the stabbings on Sept. 4, which left 11 dead and 18 injured on the James Smith Cree Nation and in the nearby village of Weldon, Sask.

Provinces left with hundreds of thousands of litres of expired hand sanitizer Ottawa sent during pandemic

Manitoba, Saskatchewan and other provinces will have to spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to empty storerooms full of hand sanitizer sent by the federal government in the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Experts call for change as number of police shootings in Canada increases annually

A tally compiled by The Canadian Press has found police shot 87 people in Canada between Jan. 1 and Nov. 30 — 46 fatally. It was based on available information from police, independent investigative units and reporting from The Canadian Press.

Repair bill for bus shelter vandalism in Winnipeg hits $700K in 15 months

Nearly $700,000 was spent repairing vandalism to Winnipeg bus shelters over 15 months as city and community leaders urge more support for an unhoused population that has exploded during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Progress on Indigenous reconciliation calls to action going at 'glacial pace': report

An Indigenous-led think tank says progress is moving at a "glacial pace" seven years after the final report from the Truth and Reconciliation Commission was released.