Meagan Fiddler

Meagan is Oji-Cree from Kistiganwacheeng (Garden Hill First Nation) in northern Manitoba. Before joining CBC Manitoba in 2013, she graduated from the Academy of Broadcasting in 2009 and began her career at APTN that same year. As the Senior Producer for CBC Indigenous, she leads a team of Indigenous journalists who share real stories and voices from Indigenous communities across the country.

Latest from Meagan Fiddler

Lifelike portraits tell northern Indigenous stories of 'incredible resilience'

A decades-long effort to pencil out the faces and stories of people in northern Manitoba was fraught with challenges, but the final product — a collection of lifelike portraits of Indigenous elders — is a sight to behold.

Winnipeg girl, 5, helps other kids with clothing drive

A five-year-old Winnipeg girl wants other kids to have the same opportunities she does, so she's launched her second clothing drive to help them out.

'It's a happy place now': Literacy rates on Manitoba First Nation soar

Six years after a Manitoba First Nation partnered with a neighbouring school division, student literacy rates have dramatically increased.

Missing woman's family dreads Christmas without her

Christine Wood has been missing for four months. And her parents, George and Melinda, have made a difficult decision. They’re returning home for Christmas without her.

'It felt like the whole world collapsed': Arrest brings closure for Angela Poorman's daughter

When Nautia Crier received word Winnipeg police had made an arrest she was finally able to feel a bit of closure about her mother's death.

'She did die': Winnipeg woman says daughter revived after carfentanil overdose

Roxanne Shuttleworth’s prayers were answered when her daughter survived an overdose last week. She called it an unintentional overdose because her daughter didn’t know she was taking the deadly drug, carfentanil.

'I need help Winnipeg': Christine Wood's parents aren't giving up hope

Christine Wood has been missing for nearly 12 weeks. Her parents, George and Melinda Wood, have searched tirelessly for her, taping up posters, handing out flyers and asking people they pass on the street if anyone has seen their daughter.

Indigenous kids displaced by 2 natural disasters share classes, lessons about life

The last time Jason Pruden lived in Lake St. Martin, he was only seven years old. He's now 14 and knows what it's like to lose everything.

Launch of MMIW inquiry 'surreal,' NDP MLA Nahanni Fontaine says

Canada's inquiry into missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls launched Wednesday morning, and for Manitoba NDP MLA Nahanni Fontaine, the kickoff came with an element of disbelief and brought on a wave of mixed feelings.

Winnipeggers served simple meal as reminder of refugees' struggles

A simple meal of rice and beans was on the menu at local eatery, Sam’s Place. On World Refugee Day, it served as a symbol of what many people might eat in a refugee camp.