Dexter John Nyuurnibe is a freelance online producer and reporter for Global News Halifax and Global News New Brunswick.
Born in Edmonton, Alberta, Dexter spent his younger years living in the Middle East, Asia, Africa and Europe before coming back to Canada for post-secondary school.
In 2019 Dexter graduated from the Broadcast Journalism program at the Nova Scotia Community College in Halifax and was a part of the Canadian Media Educators award-winning newscast group for the 2019 academic year.
A past Tedx speaker and Tedx host, Dexter is passionate about politics, people and human interest stories.
When not in the newsroom, you can find Dexter spending time with friends and learning as much as he can about the world around him.
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The fire happened in the village of Notre-Dame-de-Lourdes, N.B., on Monday evening. Continue reading →
Residents were told to not consume their drinking water until assessments have been made to ensure that water is safe to drink. Continue reading →
A member of the Kingston RCMP spotted the car travelling on Highway 101, according to police. Continue reading →
More than 100 tenants of two apartment buildings in Saint John were displaced by a Dec. 10 storm. Continue reading →
Republican Senator James Risch suggests Turkish purchase of Russian missile system not what NATO stands for. Continue reading →
The Liberal party came short of a majority in October, which means that Trudeau will need to work with other parties to survive. Continue reading →
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