Nick Logan

Senior Writer

Nick Logan is a senior writer with CBCNews.ca based in Vancouver. He has worked as a multi-platform reporter and producer for more than a decade, with a particular focus on international news. You can reach out to him at nick.logan@cbc.ca.

Latest from Nick Logan

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What's the difference between the ICC and the ICJ?

The leaders of Israel and the Palestinian militant group Hamas may soon be the subjects of international arrest warrants over allegations they are responsible for war crimes and crimes against humanity.
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Why the UN changed its death tolls of Palestinian women and children killed in Gaza

The United Nations is facing scrutiny after lowering its counts of Palestinian women and children killed since Israel began bombing Gaza in its seven-month war against Hamas.

This week's airstrike against a food convoy adds to Gaza's already high death toll for aid workers

An Israeli attack that killed a team of mostly international aid workers this week in Gaza has ignited global outrage. But their deaths follow months of attacks that have claimed the lives of hundreds of Palestinians doing similar work in the war-torn territory. 

Nex Benedict full autopsy report released: What we know about the non-binary teen's death

Authorities in Oklahoma have released the full autopsy report for a non-binary Oklahoma teen who died last month the day after an altercation in a high school bathroom. Here's what we know and what we don't know about the life and death of Nex Benedict — and the situation for 2SLGBTQ+ and gender non-conforming people in the state.

Nalvany's death leaves Canadian imprisoned in Russia concerned for prospect of freedom

The death of Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny in a remote penal colony last month has left Canadian citizen Paul Whelan, currently serving 16 years on spy charges in a Russian prison camp, wondering if the Kremlin will ever let him walk free.

Trans content creators say social media can be toxic, but won't let hate push them offline

Fae Johnstone and Lauren Sundstrom have large social media followings which also attract a lot of hate. But they are adamant that they won't be forced into the social media shadows by what they say are transphobic commenters and trolls.

The Johnny Depp-Amber Heard trial was a pop culture obsession. Saudi trolls may have had a hand in that

Johnny Depp and Amber Heard fought a bitter and closely followed legal battle in 2022, accusing one another of defamation. Outside the courtroom, Heard was the target of a barrage of disparaging posts on social media that, according to a new investigative podcast, may have been the workings of a Saudi Arabian bot farm.

The mother of a school shooter was convicted of manslaughter. What does this mean for other cases?

A Michigan mother could face up to 60 years in prison after a jury convicted her on Tuesday on four counts of involuntary manslaughter, after her teenage son killed four students in a school shooting in 2021.

Ukraine's allies keep hitting Russia with more sanctions — and Russia keeps finding ways around them

Ukraine's allies, including the U.S. and Canada, recently slapped new sanctions on Russia. Though round after round of sanctions have not changed the course of the conflict, experts say the new measures may close loopholes that have limited effectiveness of previous penalties.

TikTok is becoming a popular source for news. Can it help fill the gaps left by local TV news cuts?

Frank Cirinna didn’t necessarily set out to become someone people turn to for news headlines, but that’s exactly what has happened with his popular TikTok account, something that’s also indicative of shifting news viewership habits.