Category Archives: Articles

Everything you need to know about Bill C-10

Earlier this week I volunteered to liveblog a panel discussion called Thrown under the Omnibus, where a passionate collection of experts from the fields of law, harm reduction, prison, women, youth and victims’ rights gathered to discuss the implications of … Continue reading

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new dandyhorse: coming soon!

Here’s a sneak peak inside the new issue of dandyhorse — our first food issue, guest edited by The Food Network’s Bob Blumer. This awesome miniature bike trek was designed by Toronto artist Jason van Horne to accompany my story … Continue reading

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Fringe festing

I’m in the midst of Fringe Festival review chaos. I’ve written for Mooney on Theatre for three years (and countless festivals) but so far this fringe tops them all — I haven’t seen a dud yet. Definitely check out Videogames: … Continue reading

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A riot just broke out. Now what?

When the Canucks lost the cup, reporters covering the game found themselves in the middle of a riot. In this piece —originally published by J-Source — I explain how two Vancouver newsrooms, The Province and Global TV BC, pushed information … Continue reading

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And the winner is…

Ah, the National Magazine Awards. It’s a booze-fuelled, slider-saturated evening that celebrates the best of Canadian magazine journalism. It’s also a great night to catch up on all the industry gossip (and perhaps create some of your own). I’ve been … Continue reading

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The new Lahore Tikka House

If you do nothing else this long weekend, let it be basking in biryani and kulfi on Lahore Tikka House’s new patio, which FINALLY opened yesterday after 5 years of renovations. I’ve been eating there since the now-mighty architecture consisted … Continue reading

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News startups: The future of journalism is friendly

David Beers is disappointed in Canada. “I thought there’d be a lot more Tyees by now,” the feisty publication’s founding editor told an auditorium packed with journo-types on Tuesday. The Tyee was joined by the founders of a small number … Continue reading

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