Kevin Engstrom


A lifelong Winnipegger, Kevin Engstrom is a former deputy editor of the Winnipeg Sun and has been working in the media industry since 2000. He worked at CBC Manitoba in 2017.

Latest from Kevin Engstrom

'True colours': Fire-paramedic chief's respectful workplace policy breach becomes public at hearing

Winnipeg's fire-paramedic chief is feeling the heat, after breaching the city's respectful workplace policies by appearing to criticize paramedics during a firefighters conference two years ago in Maryland.

Canadians will still flock to Vegas: travel experts

Mass shootings and other attacks don't seem to be as bad for a city's tourism industry as they used to be. One travel expert says the time frame between a tragic incident and the return of tourists is shrinking.

'Who are you? I don't know': Sixties Scoop survivor shares her story

Leah Ballantyne spent years not knowing where she came from or who she belonged to and as Ballantyne grew up in Transcona and St. Boniface, she couldn't help but feel a disconnect to her natural-born culture.

Sears sells off former Garden City location for $8M

Sears Canada has sold the space it formerly occupied at Garden City Shopping Centre to the mall's owners, RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust and Bayfield Realty Advisors, for $8 million.

Sears closing Polo Park location in Winnipeg, 10 other stores across Canada

Sears Canada is shutting the doors on another 11 locations across the country, including its store in Winnipeg's Polo Park shopping centre.

MPI wants drivers with poor driving records to pay more

​If you frequently break the rules of the road, you may soon need to break the bank to renew your driver's license.

Manitoba Hydro to extend $840 allowance to 100s more staff moving downtown

Staff at Manitoba Hydro's Taylor Avenue office will begin packing their belongings and moving to the Crown corporation's downtown tower soon. When they arrive at their new office, they're going to get a small bump in pay for being downtown.

Going dark: Winnipeg's Neon Factory closing doors

Winnipeggers will soon no longer be able to feel the glow at the Neon Factory.