Nadia Stewart’s love for news has taken her from coast to coast. These days, you’ll find her both in-front and behind the camera for Global BC, where she works as a videojournalist.
She got her start at CFMT (now OMNI), before moving on to be a reporter, anchor and talk show host for Rogers TV Peel.
She’s also worked as a news writer for The Weather Network, writing weather-centric casts for a national audience.
n 2010, Nadia joined the CBC, working as a multi-platform reporter and anchor in St. John’s, Calgary and Edmonton. She also spent six years as an editor and freelance writer for Planet Africa Magazine, a Toronto-based quarterly publication that celebrates the achievements of the black community across the diaspora.
Nadia is also proud to be one of the first graduates of the University of Guelph-Humber (2006).
Close to 800,000 British Columbians are without a family doctor, including growing communities like Chilliwack and Prince George. Continue reading →
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Staff will be presenting their Single Use Reduction Strategy policy at city hall Continue reading →
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“We need to send [UBC] a message that we can’t have professors like Davidoff teaching his ideology of entitlement and hate,” said one protester. Continue reading →
“I contacted her and said, ‘Yeah, I think I’m your sister’s daughter.'” Continue reading →
He fears if he returns to Syria he will be punished for evading military service. Continue reading →
Klein is alleged to have entered Abbotsford Senior Secondary in November, 2016 and stabbed two teens — one of them fatally. Continue reading →
“I’ve never kissed a student, I’ve never tried to kiss a student,” said actor Michael Coleman. Continue reading →
“Something like this makes your life easier,” said binner Davin Boutang. Continue reading →
Doctors are reiterating their concerns about trampolines after a man died at Richmond’s Extreme Air Park. Continue reading →
“These cases are the most difficult. Human sexuality is complex. There’s a spectrum of behaviour.” Continue reading →
Downed trees. Slicked roads. Power lines and light standards strewn with ice. Continue reading →
The report highlights the current situation for frontline community workers who are often on the ground before police, fire and paramedics. Continue reading →