Shane was a CBC Manitoba journalist. He has nearly a decade of experience reporting in Winnipeg and around Manitoba.
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'Everybody takes notice': New siren shakes things up for Winnipeg emergency vehicles
The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service is literally shaking things up in its latest attempt to make sure drivers are aware of oncoming emergency vehicles.
Bif Naked remembers early days in Winnipeg ahead of Red River Ex show
Canadian singer-songwriter Bif Naked is back in the city where it all began.
'They're hallucinating': Call about imagined break-in indicative of meth psychosis spike, Winkler police say
Early Friday morning, police in the southern Manitoba city received a call from a man who told them armed suspects were trying to break into his apartment at a local hotel. But when officers arrived they found no evidence of a crime — other than meth use.
West Central Women's Resource Centre calls for donations after flooding
The West Central Women’s Resource Centre is worried it may have to end a long-running program that helps Winnipeg women find housing and income support after foundation issues leave their West End offices flooded after every rain.
Sex assault charge stayed against former city councillor Russ Wyatt
The sexual assault charge laid against former city councillor Russ Wyatt laid last July has been stayed, Crown prosecutors said Friday.
Men's Shed helps to bring older men out of shadow of loneliness in Dauphin, Man.
There are plenty of things for the members of Parkland Men’s Sheds to do —woodworking, cooking, tinkering and fixing — but there’s more to the club than just keeping busy.
'The future is now': Habitat for Humanity builds first net-zero homes in Winnipeg
The lights are on at Habitat for Humanity Manitoba’s first ever net-zero build.
University of Winnipeg Two-Spirit Archives a first in Canada
The decades-long history of the two-spirit movement here in Manitoba and throughout North America is now being saved and preserved at the University of Winnipeg Archives.
'I can't replace those memories': West St. Paul man hopes thieves show some compassion
A West St. Paul man who had his home ransacked by thieves this week is making a plea to whoever broke in to return some irreplaceable family items.
Stolen statue head returned to Winnipeg Ukrainian Catholic church
Just as mysteriously as it disappeared, the head from a statue has been returned to a Winnipeg church.
'We lost our homes': Museum exhibit tells story of Métis village's displacement
George Fleury was just four years old when he and his family returned from a week-long camping trip to find their home reduced to ashes.
Man files civil suit over alleged sex abuse at hands of disgraced Winnipeg priest
One of several alleged victims involved in an ongoing criminal case against a former Winnipeg priest and convicted sex offender is suing him, and the Catholic Archdiocese of St. Boniface, over what he describes as years of sexual abuse at the hands of the disgraced clergyman.
Man killed in River Park South rollover
John Forsyth Road was blocked at Paddington Road Saturday afternoon as police investigated a single-vehicle rollover in the southeast Winnipeg neighbourhood.
Winnipeg School Division surveys parents about later start time for high school students
Think you would have done better in high school with a little more sleep?
'We need to be informed': Automation at Grand Rapids dam worries residents
Those living at the foot of the Grand Rapids generating station are expressing concerns over Manitoba Hydro’s plan to automate the facility, a move that will leave the 40-metre-high dam unmanned for more than 12 hours every night.