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.
Emergency crews were called to the Pharmacy Avenue and Huntingwood Drive area, north of Sheppard Avenue East, at around 5:50 p.m. Continue reading →
Const. Marc Taraso, an 11-year officer with Halton Regional Police and a dedicated traffic officer in Oakville since January, takes residents on patrol with him through posts on his Twitter account on a regular basis. Continue reading →
Here is your guide for what services, attractions, major businesses and institutions are open and closed in Toronto on Victoria Day. Continue reading →
Peel Regional Police said the total amount of money lost to date by victims is approximately $16,000 and investigators believe there could be more victims. Continue reading →
In a press release issued Thursday evening, Massey College announced Des Rosiers was elected to the position of principal. Continue reading →
Art Skidmore, president and CEO of Halton Hills Hydro, told Global News there was an over-current in its distribution system at around 9:30 a.m. on Thursday and it caused a power surge in the affected area. Continue reading →
Toronto police say a 10-year-old dog has been located and returned to its owners after the Siberian Husky was allegedly stolen from in front of an east-end store. Continue reading →
Ontario Provincial Police said an investigation into the crash is ongoing and the driver could be charged with dangerous driving, failure to remain and stunt driving. Continue reading →
Ontario’s anti-racism directorate was established in 2016 with a mission to hold public consultations on practices like carding and street checks. The anti-racism directorate’s overall budget will be $4,920,000 in 2019, a decrease of $200,000 over last year. Continue reading →
Peel Regional Police said the incident appears to be “potentially domestic related.” Continue reading →
Of the total budget shortfall, the TDSB said $25.7 million is the board’s annual shortfall and $42.1 million represents a net loss from the Ontario Ministry of Education. Continue reading →
Const. Lionel Sean Peters was charged on threatening bodily harm, extortion, breach of trust of a public officer and careless storage. Continue reading →
The Toronto Humane Society said Odie stayed the longest at the shelter out of any adoptable dog in the organization’s recent history. Continue reading →
For every one per cent of riders who do not pay their fares, it results in approximately $5 million in lost fare revenue. Continue reading →
On June 21, trains will begin servicing the 19-stop line that runs between Conestoga Mall and Fairway station. Continue reading →