Patricia is an online reporter for Global News, based in Toronto.
Previously, Patricia worked as a web producer for Global News in Edmonton. During the six years she was at the station, she also wrote and helped produce news broadcasts before joining the online team.
Best part of the job: Getting to learn new things every day — no two days are ever the same.
Favourite hobby: Travelling. She caught the bug at a young age, when her family moved from Poland to Germany and then to Canada. Since then, she’s visited more than a dozen other countries and has plenty more she’d love to see.
Most memorable trip: The Nicaraguan rainforest, where she helped build a school for an Indigenous community.
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