Caitlyn Gowriluk is a journalism student in the creative communications program at Red River College in Winnipeg.
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Child apprehension violated charter rights, appeal argues
A Manitoba woman is appealing a court decision that terminated her parental rights after her son was apprehended at birth, arguing the process violated her constitutional right to a fair hearing.
Winnipeg man, 46, gets 5-year sentence for sexually exploiting teens
A Winnipeg man convicted of sexually exploiting two teenage girls in 2016 has been sentenced to five years in prison.
Future uncertain for Sunshine House foot clinic providing care, compassion for people in need
In four years, Sunshine House's Street Feet program has grown into a popular program where people can see a foot nurse — and, about every other week, a reflexologist — for free. But its future is uncertain, as its main funding source will disappear at the end of the month.
Widower suing Deloraine, Man., hospital, medical team for negligence over wife's death
A 51-year-old woman died after her medical team repeatedly gave her overdoses of a powerful painkiller — sometimes up to three times the maximum recommended amount — her husband alleges in a statement of claim filed last week.
Brain damage feared for boy who survived apartment pool tragedy
A 10-year-old boy might have irreversible brain damage after surviving the apartment complex pool tragedy that killed his father and brother.
Ottawa pledges $2.3M to combat gun, gang violence in Manitoba
The federal government is giving approximately $2.3 million to Manitoba over the next two years as part of a strategy to address gun and gang violence in the province, it announced Friday.
New doctor-run clinic aims to reduce strain on Winnipeg emergency rooms
A group of Winnipeg doctors has opened a new clinic that aims to change the way urgent care is delivered in the city.
Swan River doctors sound alarm over Lifeflight access
A group of physicians in Swan River is calling on the province to address changes they say are having “profound and dangerous effects” on the community’s air ambulance service.
Marshals for Pride Winnipeg's 2019 parade span generations
When Peetanacoot Nenakawekapo marched in Winnipeg’s first Pride parade in 1987, she was one of the only people not wearing a paper bag over her head to hide her identity.
Winnipeg artists' collective nominated for $100,000 national prize
The Ephemerals — a collective made up of artists Jaimie Isaac, Niki Little and Jenny Western — were nominated for the 2019 Sobey Art Award this week. The award is open to Canadian artists 40 and under.
'There needs to be change': Manitoba addictions group petitions province for more supports
Overdose Awareness Manitoba is petitioning at Winnipeg city hall for long-term addictions supports and safe consumption sites.
Man convicted of second-degree murder will be eligible for parole in 12 years
Billy Joe Linklater was convicted of stabbing David Sanderson to death in 2016.
Winnipeg Humane Society team sees increase in animal welfare calls
The Winnipeg Humane Society department that fields reports of animal cruelty and emergencies has responded to an increasing number of animal welfare calls over the last four years.
'A huge boost': Tanev returns to practice as Jets look to even series
Winnipeg Jets left winger Brandon Tanev was back on the ice at practice Friday morning.
Otter found under downtown dumpster returns to wild after being nursed back to health
An otter found living under a dumpster in downtown Winnipeg has made a safe return to the wild.