- Manitoba's health order changes an improvement to some, a disappointment to others
- Prepare now for Springtime activities; gear may be in short supply
- Manitoba students' Cree rendition of children's song earns praise from Canadian singer Raffi
- Family thanks Winnipeg organization for supporting mother who died from COVID-19
- Manitoba First Nations still waiting on Feds to lift drinking water advisory
- Winnipeg teen's football skills turning heads in the U.S.
- Winnipeg woman helping newcomers adapt to Canada
- Winnipeg man who was homeless now helping others turn their lives around
- Concerned parents and advocates say bring back the school band
- Spring thaw forecast shows low risk of flooding, but could mean trouble for farmers
- Winnipeg drivers question who is responsible for coverage of stolen catalytic converters
- Charleswood residents concerned over proposed 10-storey development in green space
- Crews stop 'serious' gas leak that forced the closure of Winnipeg road: Manitoba Hydro
- 'Heartbreaking': Mementos of late daughter stolen from Winnipeg home
- Manitoba health inspectors shut down hotel on Main Street
- 'One of a kind': Support grows for Winnipeg man who broke his neck in shocking accident
- 'We matter like all other Canadians': Tataskweyak Cree Nation calls on Ottawa to restore clean drinking water
- First of its kind video game highlights Anishinaabe culture
- Manitoba First Nations get vaccination plan details
- 'You're learning from the best': Local chefs helping Manitobans build new skills at home
UPDATE: As of November 2021, Rachel CrowSpreadingWings is no longer with CTV Winnipeg.
Rachel CrowSpreadingWings joined the CTV Winnipeg team in 2020.
Rachel has worked as an on-air talent in the media since 2016. Her past roles include anchoring, in-studio/ live reporting, and producing. Before joining CTV Winnipeg, Rachel worked for CityNews Winnipeg and an ABC/FOX affiliate in Great Falls, Montana.
Rachel produced her own TV show in Lethbridge, AB, before returning to broadcasting school as a single parent of two boys. In 2014, Rachel won the Alberta Equity Scholarship from the Jim Pattison Broadcast Group. She graduated from Lethbridge College in 2015 with a diploma in Communication Arts and a major in Broadcasting.
Outside of work, Rachel is interested in fashion design (Aapunii Creations), singing, and her traditional Indigenous background. Rachel is a member of Kainai First Nation in southern Alberta which is part of the Blackfoot Confederacy.
She continues to follow her dreams of building communication across cultural lines and hopes to inspire others.
“Be fearless in the pursuit of your dreams.”