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Derek Stoffel

Derek Stoffel

Derek Stoffel covers southern Ontario for CBC National Radio News. Based out of Toronto, Stoffel reports on news stories that affect Canadians and Ontarians, ranging from health, education to political issues. Stoffel spent much time in 2000 and 2001 in Walkerton, Ontario, following the e-coli outbreak in the town, and the public inquiry called to examine it. Stoffel also reported on the SARS outbreak - how it affected the Toronto region, and from Geneva, what the World Health Organization did to try to stop the disease.

In addition to working from Toronto, Stoffel has traveled in the United States and Europe, reporting on international politics from datelines such as Washington DC and London. Stoffel also spent time in Normandy, France, covering anniversaries of both the raid on Dieppe, and the D-Day invasion.

Stoffel, a graduate of the University of Regina's Journalism School, has worked at CBC Saskatchewan. Stoffel also worked internationally, as a producer and reporter at the BBC World Service in London. In addition, Stoffel reported on international stories for CBC Radio and Television from London. Stoffel returned to Canada in 2000, to return to covering domestic issues.

Stoffel lives in downtown Toronto in an apartment with no plants.

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