Diana was born and raised (mostly) in Vancouver, and had the good fortunate of living in a number of different countries during her childhood. She did her undergrad in geography at the University of British Columbia, then decided to pursue journalism more seriously, doing another bachelors degree at the University of King’s College in Halifax.
After graduating for the second time in May of 2017, Diana moved to Winnipeg and joined the team at CJOB a few months later. While she has experience in print and digital media, her real passion is radio for its unique storytelling capacity.
A true West Coast gal, Diana enjoys being outdoors, sports – both as a spectator and as a participant – and visiting new places. Her very basic Danish skills mean she can order a cinnamon bun in Copenhagen, but that’s about it.
Three puppies seized from a house on Home Street are enjoying life with new families, and another is up for adoption. Continue reading →
A power outage in Tuxedo cancelled classes at one elementary school. Continue reading →
Winnipeg will wait to table its budget as it seeks further clarity on funding from the province. The February release has been pushed back to March. Continue reading →
A United flight made an unscheduled stop in Winnipeg on its way from Los Angeles to London. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Blue Bombers have signed Jake Thomas to a one-year extension. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Animal Services Agency’s Doggie Dates program is linking up some courting couples for life. Continue reading →
Valour FC is bringing two Winnipeg-born players home, announcing the signing of Tyson Farago and Dylan Sacramento Friday. Continue reading →
Manitoba’s NDP leader is calling for safe injection sites after acquiring a WRHA document showing a dramatic jump in blood borne diseases tied to meth use. Continue reading →
A Winnipeg woman isn’t satisfied with the response she received after expressing concerns about staying in the same room as a man at St. Boniface Hospital. Continue reading →
Winnipeggers are supporting Stella’s employees after allegations of workplace harassment surfaced late last week. Continue reading →
A 23-year-old Winnipeg man is facing a list of charges after robbing a man at knifepoint and stabbing another in the leg while aboard a bus. Continue reading →
Winnipeggers are buying up superhero costumes this Halloween — but you can also piece together your own Patrik Laine get-up if you put a little effort in. Continue reading →
The family of Dwayne Lavallee hired a helicopter Friday to help search for the missing 21-year-old. Continue reading →
Judge Robert Heinrichs sentenced a 19-year-old man to 80 days in custody at a youth facility followed by 40 days of community supervision Thursday after he pled guilty to impaired driving causing death. Continue reading →
The town of Churchill, Man., is one step closer to getting rail service back now that all washouts on the line have been repaired. Continue reading →