Caitlyn Gowriluk

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Caitlyn Gowriluk is an online reporter for CBC Manitoba. Connect with her at caitlyn.gowriluk@cbc.ca.

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Boy, 15, joins 14-year-old facing 1st-degree murder charge in shooting death of Danielle Cote

A second teen has been charged with first-degree murder and a list of other serious offences in connection with a string of shootings that happened within 24 hours of each other earlier this week, Winnipeg police say.

No new cases of COVID-19 in Manitoba for 4th straight day

The total number of cases identified in Manitoba is still 325. Numbers on testing, recoveries and hospitalizations will be updated again on Monday.

Man charged with impaired driving in multi-vehicle crash that sent 7 to hospital

Police now say seven people were taken to hospital as a result of the collision near the city’s west Perimeter Highway on Friday afternoon. One remains in critical condition.

Nearly 40 homes evacuated in municipality of Riverdale amid fears Rivers Dam will fail

Hours after 38 homes along the Little Saskatchewan River were evacuated due to record flooding, people downstream of the Rivers Dam are watching anxiously to see if the decades-old structure will withstand the water building up behind it.

No new cases of COVID-19 announced in Manitoba

The update means the total number of cases identified in the province is still 322.

4 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Manitoba

The update brings the province's total identified cases to 322. Numbers on testing, recoveries and active cases will be updated again on Monday.

Wads of cash, kilos of cocaine found in hidden compartment during arrest tied to alleged cross-country ring

The extensive modifications done to create the compartment in a car bumper speaks to the "extreme lengths" drug-runners will go to in order to keep moving illegal substances as travel is restricted during the COVID-19 pandemic, Winnipeg Police Service Insp. Max Waddell says.

Quietly removing paint on Queen Victoria statue a 'missed opportunity' for conversation, expert says

Acts like the defacing of the statue at the Manitoba Legislature are a sign "people are tired of trying to use polite forms of speech which don't seem to be working to really shift the power balance," says the University of Winnipeg's Angela Failler.

Queen Victoria statue on Manitoba Legislature grounds covered with white and red paint overnight

A provincial spokesperson said the statue had been "splashed" with paint, and that the incident was reported to police.

No new cases of COVID-19 announced in Manitoba

Data on recoveries, hospitalizations and testing from this weekend will be updated again on Monday.

Man, 33, dies after being stabbed outside McDonald's on Friday

Robert James Forbister has been identified as the victim of what is now considered a homicide.

Person taken to hospital, dog dead after car flips in cemetery pond on Sunday morning

Staff at a cemetery near Winnipeg's west perimeter found a car upside down in a pond at the site on Sunday morning.

2 new cases of COVID-19 announced in Manitoba

The update brings the total number of COVID-19 cases identified in the province to 313. Data on recoveries, hospitalizations and testing from this weekend will be updated again on Monday.

Winnipeg Airports Authority lays off 25 per cent of staff as air travel drops

The cuts amount to losing 35 positions, although only 28 were filled at the time of the layoffs, a spokesperson said. In total, only eight people had their jobs permanently cut.

Northern Manitoba kidnapping, 'intense' highway chase leads to arrest of woman and 2 men

Three people were arrested in Flin Flon after RCMP say they kidnapped a man from a northern Manitoba fishing camp in his own vehicle on Monday, and later led officers on a highway chase.

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