Nathan Liewicki


Nathan Liewicki is an online reporter at CBC Manitoba. He has worked at several newspapers, including the Brandon Sun, the Regina Leader-Post and the Edmonton Journal.

Latest from Nathan Liewicki

Strength in the Circle: Men get training to help them help others in Norway House Cree Nation

With hope on their hearts, a group of men from northern Manitoba are on a mission to help their community.

Recruitment trip to the Philippines 'great news,' says Manitoba nursing college CEO

A delegation from Manitoba is going to the Philippines next month, hoping to recruit hundreds of internationally educated nurses (IENs) to work in health care in the province, according to a Wednesday news release.

How libraries in some other Canadian cities deal with security risks

Winnipeg isn't the only city which has had violent incidents occur in a public library, but some libraries in other Canadian cities haven't resorted to the same enhanced security measures as the ones now in place at Millennium Library.

Winnipeggers mark Lunar New Year with tone of solemnity after deadly California shooting

Winnipeggers celebrated Lunar New Year on Sunday with family, food and tradition, although the festivities were tempered with sadness after a shooter killed 10 people and wounded 10 others that appeared to target people celebrating the same occasion.

Nestaweya River Trail now stretches over 6 km on Winnipeg rivers

Greg and Karen McCreary appreciate the pleasantness of people at Winnipeg's Nestaweya River Trail, which opened to its maximum distance for the winter on Wednesday. The six-plus-kilometre trail stretches across the Red and Assiniboine rivers.

Manitoba's plan for student absenteeism asks divisions to bring their policies in line this spring

Every school division in the province will need to develop its own plan on how to curb student absenteeism by the end of the current school year.

Health Sciences Centre terminates screener positions, plans to use private security instead

Term employees that control access through entry points at Winnipeg's downtown hospital will soon be out of a job.

Winnipeg runners complete 5K run, raising awareness and donations for Main Street Project

A group of about 100 runners laced up their sneakers for a good cause on Saturday morning. 

Curlers, cross-country skier from Manitoba proud to represent Canada at World University Games

Brianna Cullen and her University of Alberta Panda teammates, including fellow Manitoban Serena Gray-Withers, will be wearing the maple leaf at the FISU World University Winter Games, officially known as the XXX Winter Universiade.

3 Manitobans aim for gold medals in men's, women's hockey at World University Games

Winnipegger Noah King and Brett Davis of Oakbank were named last month to the 23-man Canadian men's squad that will be competing at the International University Sports Federation's World University Winter Games in Lake Placid, N.Y. Tatum Amy of Birtle is on the Canadian women's hockey team.