1. As news of veteran CBC journalist Knowlton Nash's death reverberated across the country Saturday night, tributes poured in on social media from those who have watched Nash in front of the screen and those who have worked with him behind the scenes.

    Peter Mansbridge, who co-hosted The National with Nash since 1988 and took over as the chief correspondent in 1992 after Nash retired, shared his memories of a friend, a colleague and a mentor. 
  2. Mark Harrison, executive producer of The National, remembered Nash's famous sign-off. 
  3. Other CBC members recalled how Nash helped shape the national broadcaster and inspire his colleagues. 
  4. A fixture in Canadian journalism, Nash's influence was felt beyond the CBC. 
  5. As Canadians took to social media to pay their tribute, Knowlton Nash became a trending topic on Twitter Canada Saturday night. 

    Hundreds of audience members left poignant comments on CBC News' social media platforms, sharing their fond memories of growing up with Nash's amiable presence and engaging voice on air. 
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