If you’re finding groceries more expensive, smart shoppers recommend using apps that can price-match items so you don’t have to bring a flyer to the store. Continue reading
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.
Food prices are expected to end the year three to four per cent higher than at the beginning of 2020, experts say. Continue reading →
The City of Winnipeg is forecasting several options for what its finances could look like over the coming year as a result of COVID-19. Continue reading →
Bike thefts are down in Winnipeg during the first couple months of the COVID-19 pandemic — and police hope the trend continues. Continue reading →
The Winnipeg Fire Paramedic Service Training Academy is getting a deep clean after an employee tested positive for COVID-19 Tuesday. Continue reading →
The University of Winnipeg is seeing a six per cent increase in the number of international students enrolled, while the University of Manitoba is expecting a 10 per cent drop. Continue reading →
Students across the province will head back to school Sept. 8, and teachers returned to the classroom Wednesday to get ready. Continue reading →
Two teens have been arrested for violently attacking a Winnipeg senior — who was left lying on the ground for hours after the assault. Continue reading →
Winnipeg police have made an arrest in the shooting death of a man who gunned down in the North End and are investigating the city’s latest homicide after a Toronto man shot last week has died from his injuries. Continue reading →
Manitoba’s Minister of Families announced $22 million to add 1,400 child care spaces and offer more options to parents who need extra flexibility. Continue reading →
A pair of Americans have been fined and charged for breaking Canada’s Quarantine Act in Ontario’s cottage country. Continue reading →
A 19-year-old woman is dead after her car was struck by a semi while crossing Highway 75 south of Letellier, Man., on Friday. Continue reading →
The COVID-19 pandemic isn’t just having an effect on Manitobans’ physical health — it’s impacting many people’s mental health. Continue reading →
Team Gauthier and Team Zacharias were greeted by scores of friends and family shortly after midnight at Winnipeg’s Richardson International Airport. Continue reading →
Winnipeg city councillors voted to lay over a proposed pilot project on garbage pickup for another 30 days. Continue reading →