Nick Murray


Nick Murray is a CBC News reporter, based in Iqaluit since 2015. He specializes in investigative reporting and access to information legislation. A graduate from St. Thomas University's journalism program, he's also covered four Olympic Games as a senior writer with CBC Sports.

Latest from Nick Murray

RCMP investigating alleged theft at Iqaluit minor hockey association

Nunavut RCMP says its investigating an alleged theft at the Iqaluit Amateur Hockey Association — the group which organizes minor hockey in the territorial capital.

Feds ask court to dismiss Nunavut Inuit lawsuit on fishing licences

Lawyers representing the Government of Canada are asking a federal court judge to dismiss a lawsuit from Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. and the Qikiqtani Inuit Association.

Sanikiluaq wind project represents major Nunavut renewable energy policy shift

A new windmill project in Sanikiluaq has the potential to open up a new era of renewable energy in Nunavut.

No further investigation needed into Iqaluit plane crash, TSB says

The Transportation Safety Board (TSB) has closed its file on the Cessna 172 plane crash near Iqaluit last week, saying no further investigation is needed.

Nunavut's new school violence reporting system was underused in its 1st year

The first year of Nunavut's new school violence tracking system saw the database underused, and many teachers who were tasked to use it lacked the training to do so.

Small plane crash lands short of Iqaluit runway

A Cessna 172 plane crash landed in Iqaluit on Sunday night, about 2.5km short of the runway.

Meta's Canadian news ban 'an assault on local journalism,' says Nunavut newspaper publisher

Nunavut's main newspaper says Meta's decision to remove Canadian content from its platforms will have a significant impact in the territory.

The little-known history of Inuit artists and Canada's golf championship

For 22 years, the Canadian Open champion took home an Inuit carving. The tradition ended in 1993, and while the significance of their prizes may have been lost on the golfers, the beauty of what they had won was not.

It's pothole season in Iqaluit. But does it have to be?

It's pothole season in Iqaluit. And while many residents may bemoan the lack of paved roads in the city, officials say there's little point as any new roads would be torn up anyway when Iqaluit's water infrastructure is repaired.

Canadian North gets federal approval to reduce community service to 1 flight per week

Canadian North can now reduce service to communities to as little as one flight per week, and hike rates by 25 per cent a year, after Transport Canada signed off on changes to the airlines 2019 merger conditions.