Brittany Greenslade

Reporter

Brittany Greenslade is an award-winning journalist who joined CBC in 2023. Prior to that she worked with Global News for 11 years, covering health, justice, crime, politics and everything in between. Brittany won the RTDNA Dan McArthur In-Depth Investigative award in 2018 for her stories that impacted government change after a Manitoba man was left with a $120,000 medical bill. Share tips and story ideas: brittany.greenslade@cbc.ca

Latest from Brittany Greenslade

Manitoba judge tosses confession of woman accused of manslaughter in toddler's death

A Manitoba judge has thrown out the confession of a woman with a cognitive disability who is charged with manslaughter in the death of her two-year-old stepson.

Pipeline shutdown a 'manageable inconvenience' for Manitoba, not a disaster: supply chain expert

The Manitoba government says fuel trucks have been dispatched to Winnipeg from southern Manitoba after Imperial Oil shut down a pipeline over the weekend — a move one expert says will cause a "manageable inconvenience," but was the right thing to do.

Winnipeg needs to replace police with community-led crisis response teams, groups say

Community-based crisis response programs led by civilians, not police, are gaining traction in Canada and U.S., with more than 100 in operation. Community groups in Winnipeg believe the approach could provide a solution to a rash of police-involved shootings.

Winnipeg man in 'exhausting' fight with MPI over wheelchair, medication coverage after near-fatal crash

Winnipeg's Dan Leveillesays Manitoba Public Insurance is refusing to cover the costs of required equipment and prescriptions for his recovery after he was nearly killed in a collision last summer. 

After police shootings in Winnipeg, advocate says crisis workers should respond to more calls

Police and emergency dispatchers need to have more faith that crisis workers can deal with mental health calls instead of taking a police-first approach, one advocate says, after several deaths in recent months following encounters with Winnipeg police.

Winnipeg birthing centre numbers still 50% below target levels set when it opened in 2011

It's been open for more than a decade, but Winnipeg's $3.5-million birthing centre has not been able to reach close to its intended target number of newborns each year, and that number remains out of reach with current resources, its executive director says.

'One is too high': Manitoba, school divisions trying to track hundreds of unaccounted-for students

In fall 2023, the province asked all school divisions in Manitoba to take a deep dive into their attendance records as part of their commitment to addressing the problem of student absenteeism.

Why this Winnipeg teen stopped going to school — and how one organization got him back to class

Leland Moody, 17, was one of thousands of students who the disappeared from Manitoba's education system. Inner City Youth Alive helped him get back to school full time, and is working to get more kids like him back to class.

Fatal house fire the latest tragedy to hit remote northern Manitoba First Nation

A person was found dead inside a home that was destroyed by a fire in Barren Lands First Nation on New Years Day.

2 doctors told him he had a fatal disease and wouldn't live until Christmas. They were wrong

A Winnipeg man who was misdiagnosed with a fatal disease by two different doctors says anybody believed to have a life-threatening condition should be sent to a specialist in the field for final determination. A neurologist at Sunnybrook Hospital agrees.

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