Manitoba businesses are gearing up for a slow re-opening starting Saturday when the provincial government’s new public health orders go into effect. Continue reading
Brittany Greenslade grew up on the West Coast in Vancouver, B.C. She was a national figure skater, who took her first steps on the ice at the age of two.
However, it was her passion for creating change and telling people’s stories that ultimately led her to pursue her love of journalism.
After completing her BA in Economics and Sociology at McGill University in Montreal, Brittany moved back to Vancouver to study broadcast journalism. Since entering the field, she has had the opportunity to work across the country covering some of the top news stories in Canada – from the Vancouver Winter Olympics to the tragic Humboldt Broncos bus crash.
In 2017, Brittany helped uncover a loophole in a provincial agreement between the Manitoba government and a U.S. hospital which was leaving Manitobans with massive health care bills. Robin Milne was left with a $120,000 medical bill after having a heart attack. The coverage resulted in the government overhauling its policy and helping Robin Milne with his medical expenses. This earned Brittany the RTDNA Dan McArthur In-Depth Investigative award for her story.
She was also recognized by Courageous Companions, MSAR Search and Rescue Association, and Cvets Pets for her multiple stories and work regarding service dogs, Canadian veterans and PTSD.
Brittany has been a part of the Global Winnipeg news team since 2012.
People in southwest Manitoba who cross into the U.S. for doctor appointments, follow-up treatments or prescriptions are being forced to isolate for 14 days when they return. Continue reading →
Dedicated Jets fans are keen to see hockey return, even if they can’t go to games. ‘When they win it’s great. When they lose it sucks. But that swing, I really miss that swing.’ Continue reading →
Two women who were only known as numbers in a class-action lawsuit against Peter Nygard have come forward publicly to speak to Global News. Continue reading →
Peter Nygard’s son says he is trying to reconcile the image and person he knew growing up with the person who is now accused of sex trafficking. Continue reading →
A local Winnipeg woman is granting wishes in her community in hopes of spreading joy and honouring her late husband’s memory. Continue reading →
‘I think the officer lost his composure. I think his conduct was inappropriate for the circumstances.’ Continue reading →
Monique and Perry Buote died in November, just 16 days apart, after both contracting the coronavirus. Now the community is pullling together to help their kids. Continue reading →
A Winnipeg church will have to wait until Saturday to continue its fight against public health orders that ban drive-in religious services. Continue reading →
Some Manitoba pharmacists say they’re running low on doses of the flu vaccine. Continue reading →
A growing list of Winnipeg doctors are urging the Manitoba government to enact a full lockdown to flatten the curve and protect the health-care system. Continue reading →
At least two intensive care units at one Winnipeg hospital have hit capacity and one doctor said it’s only a matter of time before all are over capacity. Continue reading →
The Alzheimer’s Society of Manitoba said it is seeing a faster decline in patients’ health because of the restrictions and lockdowns. Continue reading →
A COVID-19 outbreak has nearly doubled in 24 hours at one Winnipeg personal care home. Continue reading →
The COVID-19 outbreak at Victoria General Hospital now includes 38 people and 1 person has died. Continue reading →