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Andrew Nichols Biography

Andrew Nichols is a Canadian journalist working as an anchor and a newsroom reporter, field reporter for both television and CBC Radio One, for CBC News Network. Usually, he is on-air from Monday to Friday on CBC News Network between 1:00 PM and 4:00 PM ET.

Andrew Nichols Age

Details regarding Nichols exact date of birth and the exact location of birth is not available to the public. Therefore, we do not have his age details but we will be sure to keep you posted once we get the actual information.

Andrew Nichols Height

Nichols stands at a height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.7 m).

Andrew Nichols Family

After Nichols was born, he was raised in Montreal, where he is bilingual. Nichol has managed to keep his personal life away from the limelight hence he has not disclosed any information about his parents. It is also not known if he has any siblings.

Andrew Nichols Wife

Nichols is very private about his personal life therefore it is not known if he is in any relationship. There are also no rumors of him being in any past relationship with anyone.

Andrew Nichols Net worth

Nichols has an estimated net worth of $1 million which he has earned through his career as a journalist.

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Andrew Nichols Salary

Nichols annual average salary ranges from $ 43,668 to $ 150,443.

Andrew Nichols Education

Nichols graduated from McGill University with a joint honors degree in political science and history. He later went on to pursue a master’s degree in journalism from Carleton University in Ottawa.

Andrew Nichols Career

In 2001, Nichols joined the CBC in Winnipeg. Nichols has served as a CBC News Network anchor, a newsroom reporter, a field reporter for both television and CBC Radio One, and a regular fill-in host of Radio One’s Cross Country Check Up since May 2004.

At News Network, Nichols covered a number of important news topics, including the breaking news of the November 2015 Paris attacks, as well as the highly anticipated and extensively viewed Shafia family guilty judgment. As the country came to terms with the tragic loss of the NDP leader, he also had the difficult responsibility of reading Jack Layton’s Letter to Canadians live and “cold” on the air. A happier memory: sharing in the jubilation of other Canadians as Sidney Crosby scored the “Golden Goal” in the 2010 Vancouver Olympics.

At News Network’s predecessor, CBC Newsworld, he covered a number of major stories. Nichols was the first to inform Canadians of Pope John Paul II’s death in 2004, as well as the Conrad Black verdict in 2007, and Benazir Bhutto’s assassination later that year.The Paris attacks and the Shafia family’s guilty decision, which was highly anticipated and extensively followed, are just a few of the major news items he has covered for the CBC News Network, where he works alongside:

  1. Scott Peterson
  2. Suhana Meharchand
  3. Zulekha Nathoo
  4. Steven D’Souza
  5. Jill Dempsey
  6. Margaret Evans
  7. Kimberly Gale
  8. Colette Kennedy
  9. Ashley Brauweiler
  10. Ryan Snoddon


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