Kelly Geraldine Malone
The Canadian Press
Kelly Geraldine Malone is a reporter for The Canadian Press.
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Human rights panel orders Winnipeg landlord to pay tenant for racist, sexist remarks
A human rights commission in Manitoba has ordered a landlord to pay $15,000 to a young mother who was harassed because she was pregnant and had a Black boyfriend.
More than half Manitoba's active COVID-19 cases are in First Nations population
Vaccine distribution has begun on a handful of Manitoba reserves as a task force reports that 61 per cent of the people with active COVID-19 in the province are First Nations.
Gaining trust: History of Indigenous experiments poses challenge in COVID health
Some leaders and health professionals say they are facing a challenge during the COVID-19 pandemic of persuading Indigenous people to trust a health system that has a history of experimenting on them.
Morden, Man., senior hockey team changes derogatory name to Bombers
A senior hockey team in a small Manitoba city has changed its name following a push against the use of Indigenous names and caricatures as mascots.
Warrant issued for Winnipeg family charged with staging hate crime at café
A warrant has been issued for Oxana, Alexander and Maxim Berent, who are accused of faking an anti-Semitic attack at their Winnipeg café last year.
Murder trial on pause while Winnipeg juror tested for COVID-19
Jury deliberations for a second-degree murder trial in Winnipeg have been put on hold so a juror can be tested for COVID-19.
Indigenous lawyer files lawsuit against firm representing day school survivors
First Nations lawyer Joan Jack has filed a lawsuit against the firm that represented survivors of Indian day schools, alleging she was not compensated for years of her work on the class-action case.
'It is urgent:' Commissioner calls for Indigenous bodies to oversee police
Indigenous civilian groups that would oversee police actions are long past due in Canada, says a commissioner who served on the inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
Lawyer Isha Khan named new leader of embattled human rights museum
Winnipeg lawyer Isha Khan may be facing her most public battle as she takes the helm of a museum under fire over allegations of racism, homophobia, sexism and censorship.
Elder disappointed no consequences for woman accused of racist Facebook posts
A Manitoba woman arrested for uttering threats and public incitement of hatred in relation to a Facebook post about a vandalized car in Flin Flon, Man., in 2018 has not participated in further court diversion programs after she declined to participate in mediation circles.