Impaired driving numbers continue to rise in Manitoba. So far, over 275 criminal cases of impaired driving have taken place so far in 2021.
Global News Morning Reporter
Corey Callaghan is excited to be a part of the Global News team, proudly waking-up around 3 a.m. to help start your day.
His journalism career has lead him to both sides of the Yellowhead Highway, having worked in radio and T.V. in both Terrace, B.C. and Prince Rupert, B.C. for nearly two years.
Corey grew up in Kinmount, Ontario, a small village in the heart of the province’s cottage country.
He has a diploma in Journalism – Broadcast and a post graduate certificate in Television News from Fanshawe College in London, Ontario.
When not in the newsroom, you can find Corey still catching up on the latest headlines, watching a good comedy or taking long walks to explore the trails and roads around the area.
A Winnipeg Transit bus was involved in an overnight crash that closed some lanes in downtown Winnipeg on Tuesday morning.
A pilot project with Winnipeg Police and Manitoba’s Domestic Violence Support Service is aiming to provide more timely resources to those who call regarding domestic incidents.
Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service says they’ve had to fight several wildland fires already this spring due to dry weather combined with a winter that brought little snow.
Military members are helping the remote community of Mathias Colomb Cree Nation north of The Pas with a COVID-19 outbreak.
The risk of a major high water event in Manitoba appears to be low at this time, provincial officials said in its first spring-thaw outlook.
The military will be in Pimicikamak First Nation for at least two weeks to assist with a COVID-19 outbreak.
While the risk for a major flood is low, there is a high risk of minor flooding in North Dakota along the Red River, according to the National Weather Service.
A Scotiabank survey says Manitobans are rethinking when they will retire as the pandemic brings financial troubles to many people.
Running Back Andrew Harris hopes to continue the Grey Cup success with the Winnipeg Blue Bombers after agreeing to a one-year extension.
The second round of Manitoba Public Insurance rebate cheques are in the mail. You should allow four weeks for it to arrive to your home.
As the holiday season comes to an end, a Winnipeg restaurant owner is feeling hopeful and asking for continued support to get through the pandemic in 2021.
The Canadian Armed Forces believes Master Sailor Duane Earle, based in Esquimalt, B.C., accidentally fell from the HMCS Winnipeg about 1,000 km west of San Francisco.
A Canadian Armed Forces member from Winnipeg is missing after officials believe he fell overboard from the HMCS Winnipeg early Monday.
The city of Winnipeg is offering contactless pickup at select libraries across the city so residents can borrow books and movies.