Published Articles

Here are some samples of my published work:

Medicine Hat News
Court and Education Reporter – July 2018 – Present

Taxi assault nets six years in prison
Man gets one year for assault on ex-girlfriend
Family of four former Hatters reported missing from Surrey
Judge says Charter challenge pointless for now, as summer jobs program is over
Bernier departure shows inner issues, but shouldn’t threaten the party: politics instructor
135 days in jail for man guilty of publishing nude photos of his ex
Waste challenge unveils recycling stockpile
Former police commission member charged with fraud
Medicine Hat police lauded for arrest, charges of inciting hate
Hatter charged with inciting hatred
Canada’s imaginary migrant crisis
Victim impact statement shows lingering trauma for cab driver who was kidnapped and assaulted in 2016

Southern Alberta Newspapers
Reporter – Sept. 2017 – July 2018

British forces participate in ‘Exercise Prairie Storm’ at CFB Suffield
Blues at the Bow celebrates 25 years
Local MLA apologized after comparing NDP victory to deadly tsunami
Redcliff narrowly rejects curbside recycling
Drug addiction should be a health, not criminal issue
App will tell you all photo radar locations in major Alberta cities
Rights of LGBTQ students should be non-negotiable
Nuns welcomed home at St. Joseph’s
New Redcliff mayor sworn in
Calgary Flames lose political fight to Mayor Nenshi over new arena
Roset by Reid will move to old fire hall
High winds blew in, then blew right out
Redcliff residents elect a new mayor
Local Lions Club will help celebrate milestone
UCP leadership race has some Seinfeldian overtones
Rattlers volleyball team steps up to help recent amputee move

Monitor (Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)
Freelance Writer – Feb. 2016 – Present

From revolving door to revolution in the patch
A reprieve for Dakota land defenders, a warning for Canada
Hillary Clinton: Assessing the “Queen of Chaos”
Farm worker rights in Alberta (p. 8)
Can unions help Vice stay virtuous? (p. 40)

Whitecourt Star
Multimedia Journalist – Jan. – Aug. 2017

‘School choice’ unfair to public purse
Mayerthorpe arsonist sentenced
Mixed local response to proposed Alberta riding changes
Town discussing $500,000 loan to Wolverines
Beware of those who cry ‘fake news’
Trump lumber tariffs cause local concern
Time for a name change
Let GSAs do their job
Drug bust, 122 charges laid
The virtues of Daylight Savings Time
Stabbing suspect denied bail
Province prepares for early wildfire season
Council debates attendance at FCM in Ottawa
Whitecourt, Woodlands County growing
Alberta environment minister meets with stakeholders, local mayors to discuss caribou conservation

Canadian Journalists for Free Expression
Blogger – Sept. 2016 – Jan. 2017

Conservatives against Bill C-51: Opposition to dangerous legislation crosses party affiliations
Hate speech laws face Charter challenge in B.C. court

Freelance Writer – Nov. 2016 – Present

Everything you need to know about the federal Conservative leadership frontrunners
Editorial Intern – Sept. – Nov. 2015

Why the spring bear hunt isn’t about public safety
How political parties decide when to scrap a candidacy

Toronto Sun
Multimedia Journalist – June – Sept. 2015

Ombud role expands to school boards
‘New dirty curriculum’: Sex-ed protests resume
Province releases new online sex-ed ad
Accessibility still in an issue in Toronto
Jays are a hot ticket — from parking to merchandise 
Man dead in shooting near Bay and Dundas
Roller derby ready for Pan Am?
Thousands sign anti-Kanye petition
Photographer equipment stolen at Pan Am Games
Mom ‘devastated’ over 14-year-old’s shooting death
Canada Post imposing hardship on elderly and disabled: Senior
Funeral held for teen killed tracking cellphone
TTC vows 10-minutes-or-better on dozens of routes


Daily Xtra
Freelance Writer – March 2016

The 519 opens Firefly Pub for St. Patrick’s Day

Humber News
Multimedia Reporter – Jan. – April 2016

U of T president criticized for rejecting fossil fuel divestment
Former Toronto mayor Rob Ford dead at 46
Trudeau, Obama meet to talk climate, borders and trade
CUPE inside workers ink tentative deal with City of Toronto, avoid strike
Tuition reform, infrastructure, cap-and-trade: major initiatives outlined in Ontario budget
Ghomeshi’s lawyer continues aggressive questioning of DeCoutere

Vinyl House
Writer – July 2015

Buck n’ Nice: Ready to take on the world

Humber Et Cetera
News Editor – Sept. 2014 – Dec. 2015

Carding a blight on multicultural Toronto
NatPo journalist tells of exclusive access to Anonymous hacker during talk at Humber Lakeshore campus
Yes to Syrian refugees, but we must do it responsibly
Harper’s race-baiting a sign of weakness
Fahmy free, but lots of blame to go around
Toronto politicians upset over cuts to social assistance grant