Arturo Chang


Arturo Chang is a reporter with CBC Manitoba. Before that, he worked for CBC P.E.I. and BNN Bloomberg. You can reach him at

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Larry Updike, legendary Winnipeg broadcaster, has died

Larry Updike, a well-known voice to Winnipeg radio audiences over a decades-long career that included hosting CBC Radio's Up To Speed, died Thursday, following a recent cancer diagnosis.

Winnipeg teen gets scholarship to play ultimate Frisbee in U.S.

A Winnipeg teen is off to college on a scholarship after letting it fly in the ultimate field.

Residents of evacuated Birchwood Terrace will get support after deadline, Manitoba premier says

The Manitoba government says it's committed to supporting Birchwood Terrace evacuees until they find permanent housing.

Thousands lose power in Western Manitoba as Hydro warns storm, gusts caused 'significant' damage

Manitoba Hydro crews were working to bring back electricity to thousands of homes that lost power due to Saturday's storm in Western Manitoba, as high winds continued to cause trouble for the restoration efforts.

Youth's death shows more mental health supports needed in Winnipeg, Muslim community members say

The death of a youth on one of the most important religious holidays for Muslims has members of Winnipeg's Islamic community calling for more mental health supports.

Hundreds show up to birthday powwow honouring Morgan Harris as landfill search set to begin

People from all across Canada were in Manitoba this week to wish Morgan Harris a happy birthday.

Emeka Nnadi Park becomes 1st in Winnipeg named after member of African community

A park in the Fort Garry neighbourhood is the first to be named after a member of Winnipeg's African community, the city says — and it's named for one of the people who helped to make the area what it is today.

Family alleges 'major negligence' behind death of teen who drowned in Winnipeg city pool

The family of a 14-year-old boy who drowned in a Winnipeg community pool two months ago is demanding answers, saying the lifeguards there weren't keeping an eye on the teen and didn't respond properly to help save his life.

Consultations on overhaul of Carberry bus crash intersection to begin in coming weeks, minister says

The Manitoba government says it will start consultations this month on how to make the site of the Carberry bus crash safer, as residents of the town urge the province to act one year after the fatal accident.

Judge in oft-delayed inquest into train derailment response denies family's request for more info from police

A Manitoba judge has denied a request for police to disclose all the evidence it gathered on a fatal trail derailment to the victim's family, saying further delays aren't helpful to the inquest into the 2018 death.