Kelly Geraldine Malone

The Canadian Press

Kelly Geraldine Malone is a reporter for The Canadian Press.

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More details needed in Manitoba response to Tina Fontaine report: advocate

Manitoba's advocate for children and youth says a lot more needs to be done if the government is to save children in care from the grim reality of an Indigenous teenage girl whose body was found in a river.

Police commission asked to find safety solutions for downtown Winnipeg

Justice Minister Cliff Cullen has asked the province's police commission to investigate measures that include increased foot patrols, security cameras and increased lighting.

'Time to take action:' Children's advocates call for national youth suicide strategy

Children's advocates from across the country are urging the federal government to create a national strategy to deal with what they are calling a youth suicide crisis.

Manitoba Liberal leader stays on despite losing official party status

Dougald Lamont says he plans to stay on as leader after the Manitoba Liberals lost official party status, retaining three seats in Tuesday's provincial election.

'The deciding factor:' Suburban women play important role in Manitoba election

Manitoba's political parties are using their platforms, candidates and advertisements to reach out to women voters who some analysts say could play a deciding role in important constituencies in Tuesday's election.

Front-runners campaign to appeal to base in final days before Manitoba vote

Manitoba's election campaign has entered its final days with the leaders of the two main parties focusing on their key messages as they hustle for votes in the home stretch.

Manitoba-to-Minnesota power line project begins ahead of schedule

A $453-million Manitoba-Minnesota power transmission project has started ahead of schedule.

Judge finds Manitoba Mountie not guilty of manslaughter

A northern Manitoba RCMP officer has been found not guilty of manslaughter for an on-duty shooting that killed a drunk driver and injured a passenger.

'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.