Meaghan Ketcheson


Meaghan Ketcheson has been a reporter in Winnipeg for more than 25 years. You can reach her at or follow her on Twitter at @CBCMeaghanK.

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Winnipeg Cher fans disappointed after show suddenly cancelled

Fans of the legendary Cher say they are holding onto their tickets after the 73-year-old's show was cancelled in Winnipeg Tuesday night after she suffered a "sudden short-term illness."

Teen shot Saturday was friends with accused, says relative

The 17-year-old who was shot and killed Saturday morning at a home on Sherburn Street was best friends with the boy accused of killing him, a family member says.

Police surround Subway restaurant near University of Winnipeg as theft in progress

A man is under arrest after he caused an uproar and locked himself and staff inside a Subway restaurant across the street from the University of Winnipeg.

New Manitoba senator says federal dental program for First Nations, Inuit communities isn't working

Manitoba's newest senator says dental disease is a real issue on First Nations and a federal program isn't helping.

Councillor asks City of Winnipeg to put brakes on Vimy Arena sale

With less than 48 hours before city council votes on selling the Vimy Arena to the province, St. Charles Coun. Shawn Dobson wants a 60-day delay to get a new assessment of the land and arena. The province plans to lease the land to the Bruce Oake addictions treatment centre.

Extreme cold exhausting for Winnipeg's homeless and those who help them

There are plenty of spaces available for Winnipeg's homeless during the current frigid temperatures, but the extreme weather wears on them and the people who work to help them.

Man shot by police in critical condition

A 25-year-old man is in critical condition after he was shot by Winnipeg police in the North End.

'Devastating to the community': Gillam fire leaves town without recreation centre

People in the northern Manitoba town of Gillam are sorting out what they will do now that their local recreation centre has gone up in flames, leaving the community without a library or hockey and curling facilities.

Winnipegger's chain mail hockey jerseys get attention of NHL

A Winnipeg chain mail artist's creations are getting worldwide attention after a photo of his specially made jerseys was tweeted out by the NHL .

Caisse populaire closures worry rural Manitoba councillor

The closure of the caisse populaire — French credit union — in South Junction has a local politician worried about the future of the tiny community near the U.S. border.