Crystal Goomansingh is an award winning journalist with two decades of experience.
She has worked throughout Canada for various television networks and radio stations, during which time she has covered stories across North America and beyond. Goomansingh is part of a select group of Canadian journalists who traveled to Kandahar to cover the Afghan War for Global National, Global’s flagship newscast.
With experience as a reporter, video journalist, national correspondent and anchor, Goomansingh has a unique understanding of the industry with exceptional editorial judgment.
Goomansingh has been honoured by the Registered Nurses Association of Ontario with an award for Best Television News Story for an investigation with Global’s 16X9 entitled “Profitable Patients”. As Health Reporter for Global Toronto, Goomansingh was recognized twice by the Canadian Medical Association for her stories on the relationship between alcohol and cancer, as well as a report on sugar limits.
Goomansingh grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba where she began her broadcasting career. In her free time, Goomansingh loves traveling, golfing, and fitness.
Hua Ding, a mother and wife, died at 34 years old. But her organs saved six people who were terminally ill. Her husband tells her brave story. Continue reading →
Toronto Western is home to the only two urologic surgeons in Ontario performing surgery for the bladder pacemaker. Continue reading →
A visit to the doctor should be in order in 2015 but don’t be upset if you’re not sent for any tests. Continue reading →
On one of the world’s toughest mountain hiking trails a doctor falls ill and learns what it’s like to put her life in another person’s hands. Continue reading →
How to keep holiday stress from leaving you joyless and tired this year. Continue reading →
For disease-specific groups fighting for treatment, pharmaceutical companies have the funds to turn pipe dreams into reality. Continue reading →
In its fight for for “the best possible care and treatment” for the fewer than 100 people in the country suffering from atypical hemolytic uremic syndrome (aHUS), aHUS Canada has a very powerful ally. Continue reading →
A source tells Global News the Ontario government is likely to ban or restrict formalized international patient programs and medical tourism in the province. Continue reading →
Toronto’s SickKids looking to increase patient safe by teaching doctors to communicate effectively. Continue reading →
The rare condition Bella Stone was born with and the role surgeons at SickKids will play in shaping her future. Continue reading →
For the first time Kingston, Frontenac and Lennon & Addington (KFL&A) Public Health Region is taking matters into its own hands by dragging for ticks, or ‘active surveillance.’ Continue reading →
Health officials are speaking out about the stigma around depression and how it affects raising funds to further mental health research. Continue reading →
An expedition to Bhutan testing limits of transplant recipients while raising awareness about organ donation and a deadly disease. Continue reading →
An American doctor and author proposes a nutrient-dense meal plan could trim your waist while extending your life. Continue reading →
More than race, people felt discriminated against based on their living arrangements, mental status and substance abuse history. Continue reading →