Elisha Dacey


Elisha Dacey was a journalist with CBC Manitoba. She is the former managing editor of Metro Winnipeg and her work has been seen in newspapers from coast to coast.

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Still missing: Disappearances of nearly 140 Winnipeggers remain unsolved

As family members head into the second week of searching for missing Winnipegger Eduardo Balaquit, others have disappeared just as mysteriously over the past several decades in Winnipeg.

Mayor worries Winnipeg's being left out of $1.1B infrastructure deal

Winnipeg's mayor says the city is being left out of its fair share of a $1.1-billion infrastructure deal announced Monday.

Former Manitoba attorney general, LGBTQ champion Roland Penner dies

The former MLA who introduced the province's Human Rights Code and championed the inclusion of sexual orientation as a protected status in that code has died.

No Canada Day fireworks, evening festivities at Assiniboine Park this year

There will be no fireworks or evening events on Canada Day at Assiniboine Park this year, park officials have confirmed, but there will still be a party.

Portage Place would like to tear down bus shack that police chief calls a 'hot spot' for downtown crime

The heated bus shelter at Portage Place is a "hot spot" of crime downtown, says Winnipeg's police chief, and the mall's general manager says they'd like to get rid of it.

Odd rule means Manitoba stores must close July 2, can stay open Canada Day

Most retail stores in Manitoba will be allowed to open Canada Day but forced to stay closed the following day thanks to odd legislation that switches which day is the stat holiday.

Winnipeg business group pushes province to look at guaranteed income

Winnipeg's largest business organization wants the province to further study guaranteed minimum income as a way to drive down Manitoba's poverty levels.

Eco-anxiety affecting more people - and inspiring them to change

While hers is relatively mild, Southdale resident Penny Summers joins the growing ranks of those who suffer from what's being termed eco-anxiety. However, for her, it inspired her to change some habits, especially where plastic is concerned

$1M Chase the Ace prize won in The Pas

A man from Flin Flon, Manitoba, was the winner of $1,009,870 after a 16-month Chase the Ace game in The Pas that drew so many people it had to be moved from the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 19 to the larger Roy H. Johnston Arena.

Winnipeg Jets fly back to Winnipeg after blizzard forces diversion of trip to Minneapolis

The Winnipeg Jets have flown back to Winnipeg after a blizzard prevented the team's flight from landing in Minneapolis Saturday afternoon.