Kevin Rollason, Winnipeg Free Press

Kevin Rollason

Winnipeg Free Press

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Recent:
  • Winnipeg Free Press
  • TorontoStar
Past:
  • The Brandon Sun

Recent articles by Kevin:

Man climbs roof of downtown former bank

A Winkler farmer looking out from his 10th-floor downtown Winnipeg hotel room window saw something he didn't expect: a man scaling the roof of a nearby building. Toban Dyck said he was on a weekend getaway at the Fairmont, when he threw open the curtains Sunday morning to take in the view. → Read More

Nature prescription could be just what the doctor ordered

Take a hike in the forest and call me in the morning. → Read More

Nature prescription could be just what the doctor ordered

Take a hike in the forest and call me in the morning. Instead of prescribing just a pill or ointment, doctors could soon tell patients to head to the great outdoors. → Read More

Business owners on both sides of border rejoice

With Wednesday's long-awaited announcement the United States will reopen the land border next month, Simon Resch won't have to walk too far to pop open some champagne. → Read More

Manitoba man killed hunting was ‘self-sufficient’ father of four

A Rosengart man killed while hunting is being remembered as a friendly husband and father who always had a kind wave for neighbours. → Read More

Doc subject of complaint denies he’s against COVID-19 shot

A Winnipeg doctor accused of being an anti-vaxxer by the parent of a young patient denies being against vaccines and public health orders. → Read More

German citizen charged with manslaughter after fatal shooting of Manitoba hunter east of Winnipeg

A Rosengart man is dead and a hunter has been charged after a fatal shooting near Elma Tuesday night. Oleg Unruh, 59, was pronounced dead shortly after he was shot in a wooded area off Silver Bridge Road south of Elma at about 8:05 p.m. Elma is located about 70 kilometres east of Winnipeg. → Read More

Dufresne family donates $1M for new urology facility at HSC

Manitobans with kidney stones, prostate issues and some types of bladder cancer will get faster treatment at Health Sciences Centre thanks to a $1-mil... → Read More

Dufresne family donates $1M for new urology facility at HSC

Manitobans with kidney stones, prostate issues and some types of bladder cancer will get faster treatment at Health Sciences Centre thanks to a $1-million donation from the Dufresne family. → Read More

Dad, young daughter get anti-vax message from family physician

A Winnipeg dad was hoping his 11-year-old daughter's doctor would help convince her getting immunized against COVID-19 will be safe when she turns 12, but they got anti-vaccination information instead. A complaint about the doctor's conduct has been submitted to the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Manitoba. → Read More

Dad, young daughter get anti-vax message from family physician

A Winnipeg dad was hoping his 11-year-old daughter’s doctor would help convince her getting immunized against COVID-19 will be safe when she turns 12,... → Read More

Métis federation strongly supported, poll shows

Alexander Hupé is a strong supporter of the Manitoba Metis Federation and it makes sense &mda... → Read More

Métis federation strongly supported, poll shows

Alexander Hupé is a strong supporter of the Manitoba Metis Federation and it makes sense — the organization helped him buy his house. → Read More

Glover holds edge in name recognition, poll shows

MANITOBA Progressive Conservative party leadership candidate Heather Stefanson has held the roles of deputy premier, and health, justice and families ... → Read More

Tory fortunes rise on Pallister-free tide: poll

Manitoba's Progressive Conservative party is no longer sinking since its biggest anchor (former prem... → Read More

Tory fortunes rise on Pallister-free tide: poll

Manitoba’s Progressive Conservative party is no longer sinking since its biggest anchor (former premier Brian Pallister) was thrown overboard. → Read More

Manitoba families now able to host long-delayed funerals

The night before Paul Westdal's cardiac surgery in April 2020, he asked his wife to promise him she would not hold his funeral until more people could attend. It was in the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, and 45-year-old Westdal died of complications from the surgery a few days later. → Read More

Mourning has broken

The night before Paul Westdal’s cardiac surgery in April 2020, he asked his wife to promise him she would not hold his funeral until more people could... → Read More

A sense of hope in Indigenous community

The hope Indigenous teen Miyawata Stout has for her future is one that is now three generations strong and forges links with her grandmother, a residential school survivor. Miyawata, 15, is a student at Kelvin High School and, while she has a couple of years to go before graduation, she wants to become a physician. → Read More

A sense of hope in Indigenous community

The hope Indigenous teen Miyawata Stout has for her future is one that is now three generations strong and forges links with her grandmother, a reside... → Read More