Dallas Flexhaug

Dallas Flexhaug anchors Global News Morning Calgary weekdays from 5-9 a.m.

A staple in Alberta’s broadcasting landscape for more than a decade, Dallas has been on the frontlines of many big new stories across the province and country.

She’s covered several major weather events over the years, including the Calgary floods of 2013. She was on the frontlines for the Fort McMurray flood of 2020 during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, the 2022 tornado in Cypress County, the wildfires in Wheatland County, Alta. in 2017 and devastating B.C. wildfires in both 2017 and 2021.

Flexhaug has also travelled to Texas to cover Alberta’s changing energy industry, and was front and centre in countless special broadcasts on provincial and municipal elections and budgets.

As a news anchor, Flexhaug has conducted hundreds of live interviews including with celebrities like Patrick Duffy, Tom Green and George St-Pierre. She’s also held community leaders to account including politicians at the local, provincial and federal level, and police and fire chiefs, and tracked several breaking news stories live on the air including the death of Queen Elizabeth II and subsequent days of coverage following King Charles III as he toured the U.K. during our broadcasts.

In the community, Flexhaug hosts several events in support of The Alberta Children’s Hospital Foundation, Calgary Chamber of Commerce, U of C Alumni and others. She has also been a part of several “Morning of Giving” and “Month of Giving” campaigns, raising money for charities throughout Calgary. She is also a member of IODE Canada, a volunteer organization that’s been supporting women, children and education initiatives since 1900.

Flexhaug is also proud to act as a judge for RTDNA awards, recognizing the best in Radio, Television and Digital News. She’s also been a part of the on air teams winning an RTDNA Canada award for Global’s 2019 Alberta Election show and an RTDNA Prairie Region award for continuing coverage of the Fort McMurray Flooding on 2020. In 2022, Flexhaug was nominated for an RTDNA Prairie Region award for a heartfelt feature she did on an Indigenous priest’s past with residential schools.

A born and raised Calgarian, Flexhaug spends her spare time being a mom, wife, daughter, and sister. She loves family time and animals big and small.


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