Kelly Geraldine Malone

The Canadian Press

Kelly Geraldine Malone is a reporter for The Canadian Press.

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'Hurts just as bad': Tina Fontaine's family, friends mourn 5 years after death

It's been five years since 15-year-old Tina Fontaine's body was pulled from the Red River, but her family and friends continue to work on healing. "We will just never know what Tina could be," says Melissa Stevenson, tears running down her cheeks.

'Nothing has changed:' Tina Fontaine's body pulled from river five years ago

Five years ago, Tina Fontaine's tiny body, wrapped in a duvet cover and weighed down by rocks, was discovered Aug. 17, 2014, and it shook the city and the country.

Manitoba Tories would eliminate PST for filing taxes if party wins election

Premier Brian Pallister is promising to take away an extra cost attached to filing taxes if his Progressive Conservatives are re-elected in next month's provincial election.

Pallister promises he'll end 'death taxes' if PCs win Manitoba election

Premier Brian Pallister says there will be no "death taxes" in Manitoba if his Progressive Conservatives are re-elected in the upcoming provincial election.

Christine Wood's killer gets life with no chance of parole for 15 years

A Winnipeg man who stabbed an Indigenous woman almost a dozen times and then buried her body in a shallow grave has been sentenced to life in prison with no chance of parole for 15 years.

Former Winnipeg police officer guilty of pointing gun at colleague

A judge has found a former Winnipeg police officer guilty of one count of pointing his gun at a female colleague.

Manitoba NDP leader doesn't want his kids to see themselves as genocide victims after release of MMIWG report

A First Nations politician in Manitoba says he does not want his children to see themselves as victims of genocide.

Perez Cleveland used violence to control Jennifer Barrett and 'sister wives,' Crown contends

A Winnipeg Crown prosecutor says a murder suspect used violence to control several women who lived with him, but a defence lawyer says they stayed together for drugs.

Woman who hid infant remains must report relationships with men to parole officer

A Winnipeg woman convicted of hiding the remains of six babies in a storage locker will have to report relationships she has with men as well as any possible pregnancies to her parole supervisor.

Woman tells murder trial she helped hide body in barrel because 'I genuinely feared for my life'

Perez Cleveland is accused of killing Jennifer Barrett and stuffing her remains in a barrel. "He said that Jen was an accident but he was going to kill me intentionally and enjoy it," the woman who says she helped dispose of Barrett's body testified Friday.

Cords, hammer, knives: Woman tells murder trial how 'sister wife' was abused

Jessica Reid, one of five women who lived with a man accused of killing one of them, has testified he would lock her in a laundry room when he got jealous to teach the others a lesson, but she didn't leave because "I knew what he would do if he found me."

Meet Gerald Schwartz, the billionaire behind the Onex and WestJet deal

The wealthy Canadian behind a deal to buy WestJet has a reputation for his stellar business acumen and for owning a mansion among mansions in downtown Toronto, but a longtime family friend and associate say the titan has not forgotten his humbler beginnings.

Appeal Court reserves decision on boosting sentence of man who let mom die on floor

The Manitoba Court of Appeal has reserved its decision on the Crown's bid to increase the three-month sentence of a Winnipeg man who left his 89-year-old mother on the floor of their home for several weeks until she died.

Former Winnipeg cop tells court he didn't point gun at female colleague

Leroy Gold is on trial in provincial court on charges of pointing a firearm and uttering threats stemming from two alleged encounters with Const. Danielle Prefontaine in 2016.

'Boom, right in the crotch:' Winnipeg officer says colleague pointed gun at her

A female Winnipeg police officer testified Wednesday that a male colleague pointed a shotgun at her groin and said, "Boom, right in the crotch."