Ariana Kelland

Investigative reporter

Ariana Kelland is a reporter with the CBC Newfoundland and Labrador bureau in St. John's. She is working as a member of CBC's Atlantic Investigative Unit.

Latest from Ariana Kelland

CBC Investigates

As N.L. nurses leave full-time jobs, province calls in costly private agencies

Nurses in Newfoundland and Labrador are leaving the profession at a high rate, and two nurses who work in the system are breaking ranks to say why the current system is no longer working.

Father says son with autism didn't intend to harm woman in St. John's Park

Calvin Flynn's 22-year-old son, who has severe autism, was briefly detained and charged Monday with sexual assault after an incident at Bowring Park.

Woman assaulted in Bowring Park says mental health system failed her and alleged attacker

The woman allegedly attacked by a 22-year-old man with autism doesn't want him to be punished, but wants his family to have the help they need to supervise him.

More than 100 former inmates come forward for solitary confinement lawsuit

A lawsuit filed against the Newfoundland and Labrador government over the use of solitary confinement is gaining momentum, with more than a hundred people coming forward with stories from inside provincial correctional facilities.

Fraud, breach of trust charges dropped against former Baffin Fisheries Coalition CEO

Charges against a former CEO of Baffin Fisheries Coalition who was accused of defrauding the company he once led have been dropped.
CBC Investigates

Union pushes for special pay bump to keep psychologists in province

Allied Health Professionals president Gordon Piercey says he is hopeful Health Minister Tom Osborne will begin to right the ship in Newfoundland and Labrador.

Former investment advisor's fraud motivated by personal gain, court hears

Judge James Walsh sentenced Joan McCarthy, 54, on Wednesday to two years plus a day in federal prison for swindling clients over a 13-year period.

St. John's woman loses home after Phoenix pay fiasco

A St. John's woman says the federal government has ruined her life and that she lost her family home due to long-standing issues with the notorious Phoenix pay system.

New homelessness response team holds first meeting as Happy Valley-Goose Bay's problem deepens

A government-led team of politicians and Indigenous leaders held its first meeting Wednesday as residents in Happy Valley-Goose Bay urged swift action to address a growing number of transient people in the community. 
CBC Investigates

Psychology grad students in limbo while Eastern Health residency program on hold

CBC News has learned one of two psychology residency programs in the province is on hold because there aren’t enough psychology supervisors to run it, leaving students like Elizabeth Wallack looking for a backup plan.