Nakshi Pandit


Nakshi is a reporter with CBC News, currently in Charlottetown. She has previously worked in WInnipeg, St. John's and Toronto.

Latest from Nakshi Pandit

Demand for on-campus housing up in Charlottetown amid low vacancy rates

With off-campus rental housing in short supply in Charlottetown, both UPEI and Holland College say they have seen big demand for on-campus housing for the upcoming fall semester.

New group hopes to promote P.E.I. apple exports

P.E.I.'s largest apple producers have formed the P.E.I. Tree Fruit Growers Association with the aim of better advocating for their growing sector of Island agriculture.

Morell child care moving from mobiles to school classrooms

Work to move Morell Early Learning Centre into Morell Consolidated School next door has begun.

Island tourism association helping find 20 new tour guides to meet fall demand

The Tourism Industry Association of Prince Edward Island is helping to get 20 new tour guides leading up to an expected boom in visitors this fall.

New sexual harassment policy from P.E.I.'s NDP

Prince Edward Island's New Democratic Party announced their new policy on handling cases of sexual harassment, bullying or discrimination on Friday.

New diabetes camp offers place for kids to bond and have fun

Twelve-year-old Erica Burke says she often feels like she's under a spotlight in her everyday life. But when she's at camp, she just feels normal.

Little Grand Rapids evacuees to be flown back home starting Saturday

Residents of Little Grand Rapids First Nation will be flown back home in groups starting this Saturday after a wildfire caused them to evacuate for about a month, according to Councillor Clinton Keeper.

Canadian kids get a rough report card when it comes to physical activity

People in Winnipeg are concerned about a new report out that says children in Canada are not getting enough physical activity.

With 3 loved ones addicted to meth, man doesn't know where to turn

A community forum organized by the Winnipeg Police got community members out to tackle the issue of meth in the community and what can be done to help the situation.

Arianna Huffington calls Trump's remarks 'deeply unfortunate' during U of Manitoba visit

In her first visit to Winnipeg, Arianna Huffington spoke to a group of students at University of Manitoba's Asper School of Business about leading successful lives without burning out.

Filipino community safety group plays key role in search for missing man

Spreading the word about his father's disappearance -- something '204 Neighborhood Watch' has been doing -- is key to helping the search effort, according to Edward Balaquit.

Seven Oaks grad powwow an uplifting, eye-opening experience for students from all backgrounds

A graduation tradition that started as a small powwow at Maples Collegiate almost a decade ago continued Thursday in one of Winnipeg's biggest indoor venues.

Elite Winnipeg soccer players already dreaming about a spot on city's new pro team

Hope and excitement were in the air for the WSA Winnipeg soccer team's evening practice as news about a new professional soccer team coming to Winnipeg sank in.

'We were not done with him yet': Sister of motorcyclist killed in collision opens up

As Heather Benson ran her finger along the photos of her late brother, her connection to him was obvious. "We were not done with him yet. We had 40 more years we were supposed to get with him," she said.

Couple makes plea for thief to return irreplaceable items

A woman who is a victim of a break and enter that occurred in the Jefferson neighbourhood last night is making a public plea to the robber to get her irreplaceable items back.