It is the only one focused on women experiencing homelessness.
Malika is a born-and-raised prairie girl. She graduated from the Radio, Television, Broadcast News diploma program at SAIT in Calgary and also holds a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Alberta.
She started her first job in the industry reporting on a mini series called “Alberta Roots,” and then became the City editor for the online publication Daily Hive Calgary. Most recently, Malika was a videographer with Global Lethbridge.
Now in Winnipeg, she’s excited to be part of the Global Winnipeg team, covering stories that resonate with Manitobans.
When she’s not working, Malika enjoys travelling to new places, spending time with her family and friends, and going to live NHL games.
“People pay taxes there to have your cabins there and it helps support that economy and now you’re literally telling the taxpayers that they can’t go?”
“At this point we don’t have the data for 2021, we know up until October of 2020 that there were 259 fatalities due to overdoses.”
‘This is the first set of school beacons going up, so yay, after a five-year wait,’ said the electric company owner who pushed the city to install flashing lights in school zones.
“I knew they were getting home safe and they weren’t walking on the streets.”
Experts say everyone has different outlets for self-care – don’t compare your regime to others.
The event put on by Women of Colour Community Leadership Initiative Manitoba asked people to attach yellow ribbons on their car showing they were part of the rally.
“Let’s address the problems, let’s get them solved, get resolved, and let’s move forward.”
“We are getting melting everywhere, and even if it is not immediately obvious on the surface of the water.”
Businesses will need to review the requirements for summer operation and submit a new registration, complete with fees, to participate in the temporary patio program.
Manitobans can now choose from an array of indoor activities to participate in, as dance studios and more museums will be able to reopen Friday.
“We’re on track to be our worst year in overdose cases,” overdose awareness advocate Rebecca Rummery said.
Those deemed as ‘long-haulers’ are having medical issues popping up, months after their initial diagnosis of COVID-19.
The Village Project is using shipping containers to create homes for the homeless.
“Remember everyone who has been lost, whether their names are known to us or not.”