Marina von Stackelberg
Marina von Stackelberg is a CBC journalist based in Winnipeg. She previously worked for CBC in Halifax and Sudbury. Connect with her @CBCMarina or firstname.lastname@example.org
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Family assaulted by Winnipeg police officers awarded additional damages
A family who won a lawsuit against the City of Winnipeg and one of its police officers has been awarded additional damages and legal costs — another damning decision following what a judge called "malicious" conduct by four city police officers.
Mother says 2 men tried to abduct her daughter at Transcona shopping plaza
A Transcona mother is warning parents after she says two men attempted to abduct her 10-year-old daughter during a school lunch break.
Manitoba Green Party fails to gain seat in legislature, losing Wolseley riding
The Green Party of Manitoba has failed to capitalize on the gains of Greens across the country, ending the provincial election with no seats in the Manitoba Legislature.
'The support of the community has been humbling': Bruce Oake addictions recovery centre breaks ground
After years of hurdles and pushback from some community members, a recovery centre for men battling addiction to drugs and alcohol is starting construction.
Mother of Hillary Angel Wilson still waiting for answers 10 years after daughter's killing
It's been a decade since the body of 18-year-old Hillary Angel Wilson was found near a highway outside Winnipeg, and her mother is still searching for answers.
PCs no-show at Manitoba poverty debate
Candidates in Manitoba's provincial election took turns calling fowl on the Progressive Conservatives Tuesday night for not attending a debate on poverty and hunger.
Yazidi refugee-run farm grows tenfold, hopes to offer financial independence
What started as half an acre of potatoes has blossomed into an entire farming operation that hopes to provide more than 30 families with food and financial security.
'Watching our lake die': Blue green algae fills Lake Winnipeg beaches
A deadline is looming for the City of Winnipeg to come up with a plan to tackle the excessive amount of phosphorus it's pumping into the lake each day.
Arkansas fugitive charged with raping daughter crossed Manitoba border with 4 other children in tow
A fugitive facing rape charges against his teenage daughter in Arkansas managed to cross Manitoba's border with little scrutiny, travelling with four of his other children — who police believe were also at risk of being harmed.
Seven Oaks nursing staff fret about the future, as Monday's emergency room closure looms
The emergency room at Seven Oaks will close starting at 7 a.m. on Monday, with Winnipeg's most serious medical needs being re-routed to the three remaining emergency departments: Health Sciences Centre, St. Boniface and Grace Hospital.
Officers involved in photo of intoxicated man should be disciplined, says member of Winnipeg Police Board
A member of the Winnipeg Police Board wants the officers involved in photographing an unresponsive man last week to be punished.
U of W Collegiate says student safety 'top priority' as 4 women bring allegations against former teacher
The University of Winnipeg Collegiate is refusing to say when a teacher charged with sexually assaulting his students stopped working at the high school, while Ishmael Mustapha's lawyer says he's innocent.
'We should call it Finnipeg': Prospects hit ice hoping to impress Winnipeg Jets brass, fans
The Winnipeg Jets' newest hopefuls had the chance to take the ice Tuesday in front of fans keen to see what the next generation has in store.
Racist, anti-Semitic graffiti spray painted on two Brandon schools
Police are searching for a lone male they allege targeted Linden Lanes and Vincent Massey schools in Brandon.
'It wasn't fear-mongering': Doctor speaks out following leaked memo on capacity at St Boniface hospital ER
The ER doctor who flagged concerns about the capacity at St. Boniface hospital's emergency department is speaking out, saying the health authority is downplaying the severity of the situation.