Natalia Goodwin

Video Journalist

Natalia is a multi-platform journalist in Ottawa. She has also worked for CBC in P.E.I. and Newfoundland and Labrador.

Latest from Natalia Goodwin

Islanders share their struggles to escape poverty

A public meeting in Charlottetown Tuesday night heard stories from Islanders living on a low income, and worked toward a strategy to reduce poverty in the province.

Shepherds expansion will benefit neighbourhood, shelter says

The Shepherds of Good Hope is reassuring neighbours of their downtown shelter that a future expansion of the facility will not make the area more dangerous, but will give homeless people more secure housing and a place to be during the day.

Eastern Ontario sports organizations still unclear on new COVID-19 rules

Ottawa returning to stricter pandemic restrictions Saturday has left sports organizations scrambling to figure out how to play within the new rules. 

Police chiefs, community denounce 'hateful' video comparing Ottawa chief to Hitler

A video depicting Ottawa Police Service Chief Peter Sloly as Adolf Hitler is being condemned by those both inside and outside the province's police community.

Ottawa bans window visits at city-run long-term care homes

The City of Ottawa is cracking down on families visiting loved ones through the windows of four city-run long-term care homes during the pandemic.
Waves of Change

After complaints, P.E.I. cannabis producer aims to change, reduce packaging

A P.E.I. cannabis producer will be rolling out new packaging that will be better for the environment.

New federal immigration program a plus for P.E.I., say municipalities, industry

Those who would like to see an end to labour shortages on P.E.I. are applauding the federal government for moving on a new immigration program that could help alleviate some of the stress. 

7-storey Charlottetown waterfront development to have hotel rooms, apartments and condos

A development on Charlottetown's waterfront is being built for those who want to buy, rent or just stay for the night.

Charlottetown's big red numbers a big success, say organizers

As we slide into the new decade, the organization that installs the big red numbers on Charlottetown's waterfront signifying the year says the program has been a huge success and will live on for the foreseeable future.  

How your New Year's resolutions could keep you safe

The Canadian Red Cross is hoping Islanders will keep safety in mind in setting their New Year's resolutions.