Kristin Annable


Kristin Annable is a member of CBC's investigative unit based in Winnipeg. She can be reached at

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Manitoba's police complaints process needs change, lawyer says in closing arguments at misconduct hearing

Closing arguments were heard Wednesday at the public hearing for a Winnipeg police officer accused of misconduct against a photojournalist, marking the end of the first hearing held in five years under Manitoba’s beleaguered Law Enforcement Review Agency.

Winnipeg's next mayor loves jazz, hates putting up Christmas lights and plans to raise your taxes

Winnipeg's next mayor is a former pastor who is known by some of his closest friends and family as a genuine, patient man — who also got very familiar with the penalty box while playing junior hockey as a teen.

Where are the Winnipeg police? We analyzed half a million service calls to find out

CBC News analyzed more than half a million calls for service from January 2020 to June 2022 to find out where police are being sent, and why.

Questions arise over Manitoba Liquor & Lotteries Orange Shirt Day purchase

Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries is facing criticism over how it purchased its Orange Shirt Day T-shirts after the Crown corporation used a non-Indigenous company to produce them.
CBC Investigates

Off-label use of antipsychotic drugs in nursing home patients not tracked in rural Manitoba

A gap in Manitoba’s reporting system means the majority of nursing homes in the province cannot monitor how many residents are being given antipsychotic drugs without a diagnosis.
CBC Investigates

Nearly a quarter of Winnipeg care home residents given antipsychotic drugs with no diagnosis

Winnipeg nursing home residents are being prescribed powerful antipsychotic drugs at an increasing rate to treat dementia and control behaviour, rather than what the drugs are meant for — to manage symptoms of schizophrenia or bipolar disorder.
CBC Investigates

A website designed to talk to strangers has become a haven for child sex predators, expert says

A southwestern Manitoba man’s conviction for abusing an underage girl has spurred a U.S. lawsuit accusing a video chat website of knowingly matching kids with adults on a site that critics say is primarily used for live sexual activity.

Northern Manitoba child welfare agency failed to get teen to sex assault court hearing, Crown says

A Manitoba Crown attorney has raised concerns about a northern child welfare agency after it failed to properly arrange for a sexual assault victim to appear in court as a witness.

Mom wants inquest after son turned away from Brandon hospital for addiction help

A Manitoba mother is pleading with the province's chief medical examiner to hold an inquest into her son's death, arguing the systems that failed him need to be exposed.
CBC Investigates

Better services might have prevented death of Brandon man seeking detox: Manitoba chief medical examiner

Manitoba's chief medical examiner says a Brandon man who died in 2021 might still be alive today if the city had better services for people struggling with addiction.