Kelly Malone

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Kelly Geraldine Malone is a journalist based in Winnipeg. She was a University of Toronto Munk School of Global Affairs Fellow in Global Journalism 2016-17. kelly.malone@cbc.ca

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Without screening or supports, offenders with FASD face revolving door of justice

The TRC's calls to action included recognizing the need to address and prevent fetal alcohol spectrum disorder as a priority and justice reforms to better address the needs of offenders with FASD.

Women testify duvet found with Tina Fontaine belonged to Raymond Cormier

A woman who knew Raymond Cormier said when police showed her a photo of the duvet that was wrapped around Tina Fontaine's body it sent shivers up her spine.

Winnipeg doctor convicted of sexually assaulting female patient

A Winnipeg doctor has been convicted of sexually assaulting a patient over a period of more than two years.

No DNA evidence linking Raymond Cormier to Tina Fontaine, court hears

A police identification expert testified in a Winnipeg courtroom that there is no forensic evidence linking Raymond Cormier to Tina Fontaine, a 15-year-old Indigenous girl whose body was pulled from the Red River in Winnipeg in 2014.

Father tells court how deadly botched robbery haunts him

The father of a man stabbed to death during a botched burglary told a Winnipeg courtroom that the killing cut deep into his heart.

Defence questions whether drugs killed Tina Fontaine but toxicologist says it's unlikely

The defence lawyer for Raymond Cormier on Tuesday asked a toxicologist who examined the body of Tina Fontaine about whether drugs and alcohol could've led to the 15-year-old Indigenous girl's death.

Murder trial cut short following key witness testimony

A man on trial for murder in Winnipeg went free after a key witness suggested he made up statements to protect a family member.

Winnipeg mom of 3 was killed for $20, court hears during sentencing

A man has been sentenced to seven years for the 2014 killing of a Winnipeg mom of three.

Former top NDP staffer Heather Grant-Jury pleads guilty to fraud

Heather Grant-Jury, who once worked as a top aide to then premier Greg Selinger, has pleaded guilty to fraud.

Jury chosen for trial of man accused in killing of Tina Fontaine

Eight women and four men have been chosen to hear the lengthy trial for the man accused of killing Tina Fontaine, the 15-year-old Indigenous girl whose body was pulled from a Winnipeg River in 2014.

'I live in such a darkness,' Cooper Nemeth's mom tells court before killer sentenced

A Manitoba judge has sentenced Nicholas Bell-Wright to life in prison with no parole eligibility for 16 years for the second-degree murder of Cooper Nemeth, a popular Winnipeg teen and hockey player.

Former Roughrider acquitted of drug trafficking charges

Former Saskatchewan Roughriders defensive lineman Jordan Reaves put his head down and started to cry after he was acquitted of drug trafficking in a Winnipeg courtroom on Wednesday morning.

Judge says there's no excuse, no explanation for brutal beating death of Good Samaritan in hotel

The victim of a brutal beating died simply because he had tried to save his killer’s life earlier that day, a Manitoba judge said on Tuesday morning.

Teenager sentenced for beating live streamed on Facebook

An adult looking to exchange sex for money is "despicable," but it doesn't excuse a beating that was live streamed on Facebook, a Manitoba provincial court judge says.

Life without parole for 10 years handed to women convicted in 2014 strangling death

Two women convicted of second-degree murder in the July 2014 strangulation death of 53-year-old Arthur Haussermann had difficult lives that involved abuse, addiction and lives as sex workers, Queen’s Bench Justice Colleen Suche said on Friday afternoon.