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.
Winnipeg’s 2019 budget was passed Wednesday afternoon by a vote of 11 to 5, making a 2.33 per cent property tax hike, and a drop in roads spending this year, official. Continue reading →
The city is continuing to call on the province for clarity into the $40 million shortfall for roads funding from 2018. Continue reading →
Despite the attention meth is receiving, alcohol is actually Winnipeg’s biggest substance problem. Continue reading →
The province wants to make it easier on Manitobans going through divorces and separations by allowing family law cases to be resolved outside of court. Continue reading →
New legislation was introduced Wednesday that, according to the provincial government, will fundamentally change healthcare in Manitoba. Continue reading →
Siloam Mission is expanding — and the organization is creating a women-only space in its new building that’s currently under construction. Continue reading →
A speedy driver on Highway 6 south of Thompson earned a hefty ticket Tuesday. A tweet by Manitoba RCMP showed a local fox was also displeased with the dangerous driving. Continue reading →
Presentations at City Hall on the proposed Bruce Oake Recovery Centre, expected to last days ended Thursday afternoon with a unanimous vote by the committee to deny an appeal. Continue reading →
Transit drivers are being told not to run messages in memory of slain driver Irvine Jubal Fraser on the second anniversary of his death. Continue reading →
Flights to and from the Winnipeg airport were delayed Wednesday morning due to inclement weather elsewhere. Continue reading →
One person is in hospital in unstable condition after a blaze began in their 14th-floor suite in a downtown apartment building. Continue reading →
Eric Guy is sharing the story of his time at Winnipeg’s Health Sciences Centre after receiving “phenomenal” care after he broke his neck. Continue reading →
A woman who witnessed the death of Winnipeg bus driver Irvine Fraser told the court by the time she was able to get close to help, there was “nothing I could do.” Continue reading →
The federal government announced a $26 million low-interest loan to the Winnipeg Community Renewal Corporation to complete a 119-unit building near the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Continue reading →
Video footage released Tuesday in the trial of a man accused of murdering a Winnipeg Transit driver shows swearing, spitting and finally sounds of a struggle before the accused flees. Continue reading →