Caitlyn Gowriluk

Reporter

Caitlyn Gowriluk has been writing for CBC Manitoba since 2019. Her work has also appeared in the Winnipeg Free Press, and in 2021 she was part of an award-winning team recognized by the Radio Television Digital News Association for its breaking news coverage of COVID-19 vaccines. Get in touch with her at caitlyn.gowriluk@cbc.ca.

Latest from Caitlyn Gowriluk

No criminal charges laid after AI-generated fake nudes of girls from Winnipeg school posted online

Police say no charges have been laid after an investigation into AI-generated nude photos of underage girls that circulated at a Winnipeg school late last year.

Manitoba man charged with 1st-degree murder in deaths of partner, 3 children and partner's relative

A Manitoba man has been charged with five counts of first-degree murder in the deaths of his 30-year-old partner, their three young children and a relative of his partner, whose bodies were all found in various locations in southern Manitoba on Sunday.

Man acquitted in 'tragic and senseless' stabbing that killed teen outside Winnipeg 7-Eleven

A man who got into a fight that left a teenager dead outside a Winnipeg 7-Eleven store in 2021 has been acquitted of second-degree murder.

Former Manitoba doctor pleads guilty to sexually assaulting 2 more patients

A former Manitoba doctor already convicted of sexually assaulting five of his patients has pleaded guilty to assaulting two others just days before his trial on those charges was supposed to start.

Man accused of killing 4 Indigenous women must face jury, Manitoba judge rules

A judge has dismissed an application from a Winnipeg man accused of killing four Indigenous women to have his upcoming trial heard by a judge alone, instead of the jury scheduled to hear it this spring.

New details of 'cowardly' killing at downtown Winnipeg library emerge as 4th teen sentenced

The fourth and final teen to plead guilty for his role in what a judge called the "shocking" and "senseless" killing of Tyree Cayer, 28, at Winnipeg's Millennium Library has been sentenced for manslaughter.

Guardian sentenced to 3 years for death of toddler who had 'profoundly disturbing' injuries

A Manitoba man has been given three years in prison after a three-year-old boy in his care died with "catastrophic" injuries a judge called "profoundly disturbing" — including seven broken bones and more than 70 burns, bruises and scrapes.

Man who obtained $500K from elderly widow sentenced to 15-month community sentence

A Winnipeg man who pleaded guilty to repeatedly violating the securities and mortgage broker acts after obtaining about half a million dollars from an elderly widow has been ordered to pay back the money and serve a 15-month sentence in the community — though he'll still be allowed to contact the woman, for whom he's continued to run errands.

Trial reveals details of deadly stabbing outside Winnipeg 7-Eleven, but no cause for fight that killed teen

After a trial that lasted more than a week, it’s still unclear exactly what started a 2021 fight outside a 7-Eleven store that left a teenager dead and a man with a perforated lung.

Man sentenced to life, no chance of parole for 13 years in 'heinous' murder of 10-month-old in Flin Flon

Charity Fleury cried out between sobs in a Manitoba courtroom last month as she described the "unimaginable horror" of her 10-month-old daughter's murder by a man Fleury trusted to care for the infant.

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