Matt Humphrey is a News Editor and Presenter with CBC Manitoba.
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Number of Manitobans declaring bankruptcy expected to rise, expert says
New data from the federal government shows 200 individual Manitobans filed for bankruptcy in the first quarter of this year. Experts say the second quarter could see even more.
'There's history sitting there': Documentary draws on unseen footage to tell story of Idle No More
The Power Was With Us: Idle No More, a documentary that tells the story of the creation, growth and continuation of the movement, will screen in Winnipeg for the first time this weekend.
Spotty train service forces Mathias Colomb to fly stranded members home for holidays
There's a scramble in The Pas to get people home for the holidays, as Mathias Colomb members struggle with spotty train service. The last train before Christmas to Pukatawagan left Thursday morning with room for only 40 passengers.
The comedian is in: Peanuts-inspired stand delivers sidewalk comedy to pandemic-weary Vancouverites
Twice weekly, Tanya Horne can be found at her comedy stand in East Vancouver delivering jokes to people passing by as the pandemic drags on.
South Korean students travel to Vancouver to honour B.C. war veterans
A group of university students from South Korea came to the Seaforth Highlanders Armoury in Vancouver for a special event honouring B.C. veterans who fought in the Korean War.
Future in doubt for B.C.'s unique Steller sea lion research facility
Four Steller sea lions at the Marine Mammal Research Unit in Port Moody have been instrumental in groundbreaking research since the facility opened in 2003, but now the facility is struggling after U.S. funding was cut in 2016.
North Van swim teacher hangs up goggles after 45 years of backyard lessons
In a Lynn Valley backyard, in the District of North Vancouver, Lanny Backie has been teaching swimming for over four decades. Now, she has made the difficult decision to retire.
Okanagan mayors urge province to relax licence requirements for ride-hailing and taxi drivers
In a letter, four B.C. Okanagan mayors asked the province to reconsider driver's licence requirements for ride-hailing and taxi drivers.
'Ghost bike' memorial to be installed where Kelowna, B.C., cyclist was killed by truck
Ernie Gabbs died after a collision with a semi-trailer truck on Monday at the intersection of Dilworth Drive and Harvey Avenue. Kelowna RCMP are asking anyone who may have seen the fatal crash to come forward with information.
Injectable opioid treatment comes to Vancouver Island for first time
A method for treating opioid dependence, which allows patients to take medication through a syringe rather than orally is coming to Vancouver Island for the first time.