Jill Coubrough

Reporter, CBC News

Jill Coubrough is a video journalist with CBC News based in Winnipeg. Before joining CBC Manitoba, she worked as a reporter for CBC News in Halifax and an associate producer for CBC's documentary series Land and Sea. She holds a degree in political studies from the University of Manitoba and a degree in journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax. Email: jillian.coubrough@cbc.ca.

Latest from Jill Coubrough

Meth overdose deaths double in Manitoba in 2 years

CBC News has learned methamphetamine claimed twice as many lives in Manitoba last year as the year before, and the drug is killing more people than fentanyl.

Safety concerns underground have women calling for Portage and Main to be reopened

Women working, living and commuting downtown are calling for Portage and Main to be reopened to pedestrian traffic because they fear for their safety in the underground walkways.

End of Greyhound service will have 'huge impact' on Manitoba's north, leaders say

Concern and disappointment are being felt across Manitoba's north as Greyhound plans to end its passenger bus and freight service across Western Canada by the end of October.

'I despise myself everyday': Teen guilty of manslaughter apologizes to Serena McKay's family

The teenage girl who pleaded guilty to manslaughter in Serena McKay's fatal beating offered an apology to McKay's family in a Winnipeg courtroom.

Judge urged to impose 7-year adult sentence for teen who pleaded guilty in Serena McKay's death

A Manitoba provincial court judge is being urged to impose a seven year adult sentence for the teen who led the fatal beating attack against Serena McKay.

Planning to plant pot? Manitoba laws come with real consequences, lawyer says

A Winnipeg cannabis advocate and head shop owner does not think Manitoba's ban on homegrown cannabis will deter people when recreational marijuana is made legal this fall.

A decade lost: Jennifer Catcheway's family reflects on the teen's 2008 disappearance

Jennifer Catcheway went missing on her birthday in June 2008. Ten years later, her family reflects on her life, the ongoing search for answers and the hope that keeps them going.

Teen who beat and filmed attack on Serena McKay handed 40 months in custody for 2nd-degree murder

A teen who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the death of Serena McKay has been sentenced to 40 months in custody followed by 23 months of community supervision.

Friends of missing Winnipeg boater plead for police, public to search Red River

Friends of a Winnipeg man who disappeared in the Red River's fast, frigid waters say they are desperate for the police and public to help find him.

'The world is watching': Teen's sentence for videotaped beating death of Serena McKay to be delivered in June

A teenager who helped attack a young Manitoba woman and shared the footage of her bloody death will not learn how much time she will spend behind bars until June.

'I long to hear her voice': Serena McKay's mother speaks at killer's sentencing hearing

It was an emotional morning as Serena McKay's mother, and other family members testified at a sentencing hearing for an 18-year-old girl who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder in the Manitoba teen's death.

'There's still grief and there's still sorrow' in Sagkeeng a year after Serena McKay's death

Sentencing begins this week for one of two teens who pleaded guilty in connection with the death of schoolmate Serena McKay, a year after videos surfaced showing the girl being beaten on a Manitoba First Nation.

Winnipeg delivery driver confronts customer he says called him a terrorist during verbal attack

A Winnipeg pizza delivery driver is speaking out about racism after an encounter with a customer who he says accused him of being a Muslim terrorist.

Winnipeg Filipino bilingual K-3 program could be 1st in Canada

A Filipino bilingual elementary school program is close to becoming a reality in Winnipeg.

Playoff prices heat up: Jets tickets posted for more than $1K on reseller sites

As the countdown to playoffs begins, tickets to Game 1 at Winnipeg's Bell MTS place are getting even hotter.