Dallas joined the Global family in 2005, first at Global Lethbridge before moving back to her home town to join the Global Calgary team in 2007. She has anchored News Hour Final since 2010.
A native Calgarian, Dallas studied Communication Studies at the University of Calgary and Broadcast News at SAIT.
She started her career in Dawson Creek BC, as an anchor, reporter, shooter, editor, and everything in between.
“I love writing and see the value in stripping away all the excess information to get to the point in a story.”
“I always get excited about stories about space, extreme weather, traffic/roads, and animals. The inner geek comes out in me when incredible video of a tornado or picture from NASA comes across my desk.”
Favorite movies: Pulp Fiction, 300, Grease and anything else Quentin Tarantino
Favorite music: Jack Johnson, Dashboard Confessional, The Beatles, Traveling Wilburys
Favorite food: cheese pizza
Hundreds of residents from southwest Calgary communities gathered at a public meeting at the Glenmore Christian Academy on Thursday to voice their concern over a gravel pit being built for the southwest ring road. Continue reading →
An official with Parks Canada said they may never learn how three black bear cubs became stranded inside a roadside bathroom in Banff National Park earlier this month. Continue reading →
The Community Futures Network of Alberta is part of the NDP government’s attempt to try and diversify the provincial economy. Continue reading →
Veterinarians are assessing the condition of about 100 dogs taken out of a Lethbridge house. Continue reading →
The combination of higher food costs and layoffs throughout the province has forced thousands of Albertans to change their habits at the grocery store. Continue reading →
Some big-name grocers are taking action to lower producer prices throughout western Canada. Continue reading →
During our three-part Grocery Grind series, Dallas Flexhaug examines how much more we’re paying at the supermarket, and how it’s impacting both consumers and retailers. Continue reading →
Hate shoveling? There are dozens of snow removal companies in Calgary and an app you can try. Continue reading →
The CP Holiday Train, raising money for food banks, has rolled into Calgary. Continue reading →
When it comes to costumes this Halloween, one theme really stands out: super heroes. And one Calgarian has a special tie to a certain Avenger. Continue reading →
A shortened summer session, the first in the legislature under the new NDP government, begins Monday. Continue reading →
Dan Adelman was a successful financial advisor until one day he decided he wanted to make a big change. Continue reading →
A Calgary imam is leading the charge to create the world’s first formal Islamic edict condemning Islamic State militants. Continue reading →
As the City of Calgary looks at ways to battle dropping oil prices, one councillor says it’s the city’s public art program that should be put on hold. Continue reading →