Williams Lake Tribune

Paige Mueller for the Williams Lake Tribune On October 12th, 2017 I drove along a winding highway that delivered me into Williams Lake, a small town in the Cariboo-Chilcotin region of British Columbia. I’d just been hired on for a six-week contract with the local newspaper, the Williams Lake Tribune. Strangely enough, I’d read about…

Opinion: Pack Your Bags!

I don’t have the money.  I don’t have the time.  I have the rest of my life to travel. Sound familiar? Maybe even like something you may have said to yourself?  Welcome to the plight of the 21st century university student. Don’t worry though, you can travel in university, or at any time in your…

Ottawa’s Best Food Trucks

Ottawa has had fries, hot dogs and poutine for years but only recently did the city approve a new plan to get more diverse fare out on the streets.  Here are five of the most enticing food trucks in the city! For the full mouth-watering article, visit HerCampus Carleton.

Can organic farming stop world hunger?

As part of a larger feature for capitalnews.ca I wrote a piece that looks at whether organic farming is the more sustainable option for feeding a planet that’s population is set to exceed 9 billion by 2050. Read the full story here.  As an accompaniment to my story, I also produced a short video interview with…

Museums reach out to youth

Several Centretown cultural institutions are launching new programs this year in a bid to bring more young people through the door. Read more here. 

Bixi bike program criticism ‘unfair’

Amid reports of financial trouble with the Bixi bike-sharing programs in Montreal and Toronto, questions are being raised about the future and long-term viability of the Capital Bixi system. Read the story here.