Dana Hatherly

CBC News

Dana Hatherly was born and raised in Winnipeg. She has a Masters of Journalism from Carleton University.

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4 First Nations reach agreement with Manitoba Hydro to end blockades: MKO

Four Cree Nations have agreed to remove blockades after reaching a deal with Manitoba Hydro over work at the Keeyask Generating Station in northern Manitoba during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Eid Mubarak! Here's how some Muslims in Manitoba are breaking tradition this year

Two community members in Winnipeg share how they will be celebrating Eid al-Fitr during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Out of control wildfire prompts Pine Creek First Nation to declare state of emergency

Pine Creek First Nation has declared a state of emergency as a large wildfire continues to burn near the community, fought by crews on the ground and in the air.

Researchers worry Trump-related politics could play role in COVID-19 drug trial

A Manitoba researcher worries people in the province could shy away from enrolling in a drug trial because of the politics attached to the medication being studied.

RCMP charge 8 people for breaking non-essential travel ban to northern Manitoba

RCMP have fined eight people for not respecting the COVID-19-related ban on non-essential travel to northern Manitoba over the Victoria Day long weekend. 

More than 100 people forced out of Pine Creek due to high-risk wildfires north of Dauphin, Man.

People living in some communities north of Dauphin, Man., were forced to evacuate their homes Sunday to escape wildfires.

'Huge risk' two-alarm fire quickly controlled at Winnipeg's St. Boniface Hospital

Platoon chief Don Enns with the Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service said a two-alarm fire started Saturday evening in the exterior of two garages outside the back of the St. Boniface Hospital.

RCMP investigate death of man on Sandy Bay First Nation as homicide

A 28-year-old man was found unresponsive early Saturday morning. RCMP in Manitoba are investigating the death as a homicide.

Arts community mourns death of Winnipeg's Cliff Eyland, known for transforming libraries with tiny paintings

A prominent artist from Winnipeg who transformed libraries across Canada with thousands of pieces of tiny artwork has died.

Acclaimed Winnipeg restaurant Segovia permanently closes its 'big wooden' doors

The Winnipeg restaurant announced in an Instagram post on Wednesday evening it will be shuttering forever.

Winnipeg lawyer given 6-month suspension after accusing Crown of causing woman's suicide

A Winnipeg lawyer found guilty of professional misconduct by the Law Society of Manitoba is being suspended and forced to pay back the cost of his disciplinary hearing, after accusing a Crown attorney of causing a woman to kill herself.

University of Manitoba mulls layoffs as province cuts operating grant 5%

Manitoba's largest post-secondary institution will see its provincial operating grant reduced by five per cent as it joins other colleges and universities facing government funding cuts amid the COVID-10 pandemic.

'Long overdue' changes coming to MPI as basic deductibles, 3rd-party liability limits go up

Manitoba Public Insurance announced Tuesday it is planning a suite of changes that will see higher basic deductibles and increased third-party liability coverage.

Winnipeg police hunting for suspects after man critically hurt in downtown stabbing

Yellow police tape surrounds a bus loop near Main Street and Pacific Avenue in the area where a man was stabbed on Tuesday afternoon.

University of Winnipeg grappling with 3.7% budget cut, memo to staff says

The University of Winnipeg has informed its staff the Manitoba government is slashing the school's budget this year, according to a memo.