Environment Canada is tracking a snowy system that’s moving into Manitoba today, possibly seeing five centimeters of snow overnight tonight.
Born in China, Adriana Zhang (pronounced: Jung) was raised in Winnipeg before completing her Honours Bachelor of Science at the University of Toronto. At a young age, she had always dreamed of becoming a doctor but soon realized medicine wasn’t for her. After dabbling in a few media writing courses, she enrolled in the Journalism program at Humber College.
It was at Humber where she discovered a passion for reporting and soon after graduating, she landed her first on-air job. With no hesitations, Adriana packed her things and headed north to Thunder Bay where she wore many different hats – reporting, presenting weather, and anchoring for TBT News.
Now at Global Winnipeg, Adriana is excited to be back in her hometown as the Morning Weather Anchor — waking up every day with the city she holds dear to her heart.
Early mornings aren’t new to Adriana though. In her youth, she was a three-time provincial ice-dance champion with a grueling morning training schedule. And in 2003, Adriana and her ice-dance partner represented Manitoba at the Canada Winter Games.
Outside of work, Adriana loves to travel and try new foods. She often plans her vacations around which restaurants she’s dying to try.
How many servings of vegetables do you get in a day? Susan Watson said swapping squash for pasta is one way to work more nutritional veggies into your meals.
Daniel Raiskin is the new music director of the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra, but he is not new to the city. He was a guest conductor with the orchestra three times.
Flu season is right around the corner, and with the kids back in classrooms, there’s a greater chance they could catch a bug or two at school.
Puppeteers are coming together to perform Sept. 22 at the 2018 Winnipeg Puppet Slam!, an annual showcase of local and international artists, for an adult audience.
Winnipeg has seen all sorts of animal yoga, and now there’s a new trend thrown into the mix — alpaca yoga. Classes are being held at a farm in Anola, Man.
Wall-to-Wall Mural and Culture Festival is making a push to incorporate equal parts visual art, workshops, and musical performances in order to provide more opportunities for Canadian artists.
Back-to-school is a hectic time for parents, but it doesn’t have to be. Winnipeg parenting expert Maureen Dennis says there are a few things parents can do to make the transition easier.
Fibre is a key ingredient in a healthy diet, but most Canadians don’t get enough. Naturopath Joyce Johnson said choosing to snack on fruits and vegetables is a start.
A fast food chain is raising funds for MS research today, one bacon-laden cheeseburger at a time.
Need an excuse to treat yourself to a frozen dessert? Aug. 9 is Miracle Treat Day across the country. Proceeds raised in Manitoba go toward improvements to the Cardiac Unit at Children’s Hospital.
Break out the mini-fans and stock up on ice – it’s going to get extremely hot this week, Manitoba.
Islendingadagurinn is a tradition almost as old as Manitoba itself, and this year includes a visit from Iceland’s prime minister and the country’s men’s paralympic soccer team.
Two Winnipeg teens have teamed up to become Manitoba’s first duo to compete in synchronized trampoline at a national level.
Winnipeg is reigniting its sister city relationship with Chengdu, China – home of the giant panda – with millions of LED lights.