Nick Logan went rogue from his life as a global wanderer to become a journalist for Global News.
He started with Global in 2011 as the web producer for what was Global Maritimes (now Global Halifax and Global New Brunswick) and is currently working with the team at Global National and covers the world news beat.
Before diving head first into the news world, Nick spent nearly a decade hopping around the planet — travelling to more than 40 countries and circumnavigating the globe, by ship, three separate times.
He has an unrelenting passion for international news and always keeps his eyes peeled for stories that can bring the world a bit closer to home.
Nick’s happiest with a backpack on his back, a camera in his hands and a story to come back with.
In the spring of 2013, he was nominated for two Atlantic Journalism Awards for GlobalNews.ca articles.
It’s said hindsight is 20-20 but for some of the Britons who voted in favour of the United Kingdom leaving the EU, the morning after the Brexit vote was filled with remorse. Continue reading →
Far-right politician Geert Wilders said Dutch citizens deserve to vote on their future – in a Nexit referendum. Continue reading →
There was a display of mourning and a moment of silence for British MP Jo Cox Thursday as British voters cast their ballots in the referendum on whether the U.K. will remain in the EU. Continue reading →
A Canadian importer of beloved British treats is waiting to see if a so-called Brexit vote will impact his business. Continue reading →
A Canadian plane has landed at the South Pole in an attempt to carry out a medical evacuation from an Antarctic research station. Continue reading →
The husband of slain British parliamentarian Jo Cox said his wife was killed last week because of her political views. Continue reading →
Police in Northern England are now looking into whether parliamentarian Jo Cox’s alleged killer was connected to far-right extremism. Continue reading →
Jo Cox, a “rising star” in British politics, was killed in broad daylight Thursday afternoon as she met with her West Yorkshire constituents. Continue reading →
A new call for Donald Trump to unify the American public is coming from a controversial source — the father of the gunman in the Orlando shooting. Continue reading →
The father of Omar Mateen, the man who murdered 49 people at an Orlando gay bar Sunday morning, isn’t convinced his son came up with the attack plan on his own. Continue reading →
Barbara Poma established Pulse in 2004 as a way of mourning her brother John, who died from AIDS-related illness in 1991. Now, she says it will also honour the victims of Sunday’s mass shooting. Continue reading →
The massacre of 49 people at Orlando’s Pulse nightclub happened as many cities across North America and other parts of the globe mark LGBTQ pride month. Continue reading →
Gawker Media has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection on the heels of being ordered to pay wrestling superstar Hulk Hogan a $140-million settlement for invasion of privacy. Continue reading →
Retired Concordia University professor Homa Hoodfar was only meant to be in Iran for a few weeks, but she’s now being held in a notorious Iranian prison. Continue reading →
The bloodied face of a young, blonde-haired woman has been held up as an example of the violence endured by Donald Trump supporters at the hands of Liberals. Continue reading →