Dana Hatherly

CBC News

Dana Hatherly is a Masters of Journalism student at Carleton University who was born and raised in Winnipeg.

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'Bring her home': Family holds vigil in honour of Tanya Jane Nepinak

Colourful ribbon skirts and powerful prayers surrounded family and community members who gathered in Winnipeg on Saturday for a vigil in memory of Tanya Jane Nepinak, who disappeared eight years ago.

Trio of black MLAs make history by winning seats in Manitoba Legislature

Until Tuesday's vote, no black person had ever been elected to the Manitoba Legislature in the 150-year history of this province. Now there are three.

2 arrested after unclothed woman breaks into home in Winnipeg's William Whyte neighbourhood

Two people were arrested Friday after a bizarre incident involving a man and unclothed female in Winnipeg's William Whyte neighbourhood.

4 accused in armed robbery at Winnipeg hotel in police custody

Two men were attacked and robbed at gun point in a Portage Avenue hotel room Sunday morning by four visitors at their door armed with weapons, Winnipeg police said Monday.

What's open and what's closed on Labour Day in Winnipeg

Here's a brief breakdown of what's open, what's closed and what's happening this September long weekend in the city.

Manitoba RCMP search for shooting suspect

Carberry RCMP are searching for a Brandon man wanted in connection to a shooting that left one man injured early Friday morning.

Body of missing Manitoba boater found in Whiteshell River

A man who went missing while harvesting wild rice in an air boat on the Whiteshell River has been found dead, RCMP say.

Winnipeg commander wasn't told of probe into reservist's alleged neo-Nazi ties, military says

A Winnipeg commander was not made aware the military was investigating an army reservist accused of ties to a global neo-Nazi terrorist group due to the type and nature of the probe, Canada's defence department said Friday.

CUPE wins largest share in voting among Manitoba health-care workers

Health-care workers forced to go to a vote for new union representation have spoken, marking a step forward in the provincial government's imposed plan to dramatically decrease the number of bargaining units in Manitoba.

Wolseley residents unite to save green space

Dozens of Wolseley residents gathered Wednesday evening in a green space by the river in hopes of reclaiming a small but vital piece of their community that they feel has been taken away from them.

Two Winnipeg football clubs down but not out after playing field vandalized

Members of the St. Vital Mustangs Football Club and the Winnipeg Rifles Football Club were devastated to discover a game and practice field at Maple Grove Park in Winnipeg's south end had been vandalized.

Winnipeg boater, 85, dies trying to retrieve drifting boat

A Winnipeg man, 85, did not survive after he tried to retrieve his drifting boat in a creek in the rural municipality of St. Andrews on Monday morning, RCMP said.

First Nations police search for man wanted in alleged sex assault of another man, one in custody

First Nations police are investigating a report of two adult men allegedly involved in sexually assaulting another man at a house party in western Manitoba about six weeks ago.

Winnipeggers relieved as Waverley Street underpass opens early

Winnipeg commuters no longer have to fret about long delays due to trains in the city's southwest with the opening of the Waverley Underpass over the weekend.

Pickup truck fails to yield on Hwy 59, injuring victim in second vehicle, RCMP say

A car struck a vehicle crossing an uncontrolled highway intersection southeast of Selkirk, Man., when the driver of a pickup truck failed to yield.