Nick Westoll is a digital broadcast journalist for Global Toronto.
Before joining Global News in 2016, Nick worked as a reporter at The Toronto Star and Toronto Sun.
Born in northern Ontario and raised in Hamilton, Nick earned his advanced journalism diploma at Humber College in Toronto.
In his spare time, Nick enjoys travelling and photography.
The Toronto and Region Conservation Authority said heavy rainfall and high water levels in Lake Ontario have resulted in large chunks of the Bluffs falling and erosion along the park’s paths near the water. Continue reading →
Commuters making their way in and out of Toronto during the evening rush hour should expect delays as some key downtown arterial roads have been impacted by flooding. Continue reading →
Toronto police are investigating after officers received reports of posters warning treats were placed in the grass of an east-end property that will make dogs “real sick.” Continue reading →
Toronto police said the boy lost his balance while riding his bike on a bicycle path beside the road. Continue reading →
Toronto police said Zhu Jian “Frank” Wang was last seen at 3 a.m. Friday near Yonge and Gerrard streets. Continue reading →
Debra Di Benedetto said the incident has left her feeling “extremely frightened” and she’s still thinking about what could have happened. Continue reading →
It was originally slated to be a three-year experiment, but early ridership success cemented GO Transit’s future as an inter-regional commuter service and the transit agency, which now carries around 70 million people annually, is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Continue reading →
Toronto police said the incident occurred at 9 a.m. Friday in the Trinity Square area outside of the Toronto Eaton Centre, located east of Bay Street and north of Queen Street West. Continue reading →
Police said they believe Paciorek was murdered somewhere between Brampton and Sudbury, Ont. Continue reading →
A Brandon Man. man is facing numerous charges after an AMBER alert was issued in northern Ontario. Continue reading →
The Ontario Provincial Police said they received information on where the man was. Police then arrested him and found the two-year-old girl in good health. Continue reading →
In a report posted on the city’s website by Integrity Commissioner Suzanne Craig that is going before members of city council on Tuesday, she said her office received an affidavit on Jan. 17 from an unnamed employee who alleged Di Biase sexually assaulted and harassed them and that he “undertook an act of reprisal” for filing a conduct complaint. Continue reading →
Officers issued a series of tweets late Thursday saying the baby was last seen at around 2 p.m. in Toronto’s north end. However, the mother and baby were found safe on Friday. Continue reading →
Emergency crews were called to the scene near Kipling Avenue and Redcliff Boulevard, north of Rexdale Boulevard, before 10 p.m. Thursday. Continue reading →
Police said the man, who is believed to be in his 20s, was travelling along Dundas Street West near Denison Avenue, east of Bathurst Street, just before 8:45 p.m. Wednesday when he crashed into a vehicle door. Continue reading →