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Reporter: Nicholas Moreau (Zanimum)
Location: Brampton, Ontario, Canada
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This award is presented to Wikinews reporters upon their 100th published news article. #100 was "Canada's St. Paul’s West (Ward 21) city council candidates speak". #51 (Contributing Reporter) was "Canadian Governor General speaks on Montreal shooting".
I, Brian New Zealand hereby award you this Wikinews Trophy for your interviews. Nice wikinews is getting some good OR
Awarded by messedrocker: "Here is a bigass barnstar for your thirty-five billion INTERVIEWS. You are enriching Wikinews!"

Hi there, I'm Nicholas Moreau, and I'm one of 23 accredited Wikinews reporters, and a Wikinews Administrator.

A quote from my article, "Canada's St. Paul’s West (Ward 21) city council candidates speak", was cited by The Toronto Star and Metro Toronto Edition.

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Articles I've written[edit]

  • ORIGINAL: aka from scratch.
  • OBOP: original, based on a press release.
  • The rest are based on news reports.


9 articles written.


54+25 articles written.


26 articles written.


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