Natasha Pace is an award-winning journalist who has been a part of the Global Halifax team since 2009.
Pace started at Global News as a technical coordinator after graduation, and has worked as a writer and weather anchor. She has covered some of the biggest news stories to come out of the Maritimes in the past several years.
In 2013, she extensively covered the tragic sinking of the Miss Ally off the coast of Nova Scotia. Pace’s reporting made her a silver finalist for Television Enterprise Reporting at the Atlantic Journalism Awards that year.
Her passion lies with covering breaking news and she is often one of the first reporters on the scene.
Pace reported tirelessly on the Moncton shootings, and manhunt that followed after five RCMP officers were gunned down in the city. The Global Halifax team was presented the RTDNA Ron Laidlaw Award for Continuing Coverage for their work on the tragedy.
In 2014, Pace spent a month in the small community of Pictou, Nova Scotia, to cover the murder trial of Christopher Falconer. It was the first trial in the province to be live tweeted, and helped set a new standard for court reporting. Thousands of people followed every second of the trial through Natasha’s online presence, and her live blog was one of the most visited in the history of Global News. She was awarded the RTDNA Digital Media Award for her work on the trial.
When not at work, she loves to travel as much as possible, enjoys being outside, exploring new places and spending time with family and friends.