What the Heck is a National Urban Park? And, Do We Need One? (Urban Affairs, August 2022)

What parents need to know about cargo bikes (Today’s Parent, July 2022)

Calgary through the eyes of new bikers (CBC Calgary, June 2020)

5 Cheap(ish) Things for Staying Warm on a Winter Bike Commute (The New York Times, February 2019)

Road Warrior: The Boler has enjoyed 50 years of bringing up the rear (Swerve, May 2018)

The Mysterious Island (Avenue Edmonton, May 2016)

Urban Affairs

Edmonton Is Making Its Alleyways a Great Place to Live (Reasons To Be Cheerful, January 2021)

Students see vision for park become reality beneath Fourth Avenue overpass (The Globe and Mail, December 2020)

Alley art blossoms in the neighbourhood of Sunnyside (CBC Calgary, October 2020)

COVID-19 takes hold among Calgary’s homeless, underscoring urgent need for permanent housing (The Globe and Mail, May 2020)

The Forgotten Calgary, Now Mapped (The Sprawl, January 2020)

Signs of the times: Calgary’s evolving identity (CBC Calgary, August 2016)


Hiring more women quickly cuts the overall rate of employee turnover, study shows (Report on Business Magazine, February 2021)

Just do it (right now): Understanding procrastination is the first step to getting the job done (Report on Business Magazine, October 2020)

Small business borrowing guide (The Globe and Mail, October 2019)

Syrian refugee rebuilds his fourth-generation soap business in Canada (The Globe and Mail, January 2019)

How small businesses are learning to love bike lanes (The Globe and Mail, June 2016)

How to survive the oil slump – from the people who lived it before (Canadian Business, March 2016)


Projects in Edmonton and Calgary to create permanent Indigenous gathering places in the hearts of those cities (The Globe and Mail, June 2022)

Reserve-based businesses go global as Indigenous entrepreneurs tap into e-commerce (The Globe and Mail, January 2020)

The Food of Our Land (Avenue Edmonton, March 2017)

Canadian universities require Indigenous studies: ‘It feels good to learn our history’ (The Guardian, August 2016)

This Keyboard App Is Helping Preserve Indigenous Languages (Motherboard, May 2016)


Athabasca U’s ‘near virtual’ plan worries town residents (University Affairs, June 2022)

Edmonton psychiatrist Dr. Lorne Warneke was a pioneer in treating transgender people (The Globe and Mail, September 2020)

Rumble House’s artistic free-for-alls are a mainstay for many Calgarians – but now they’re under threat (The Globe and Mail, March 2020)

Initiatives offer new career path in tech for oil and gas workers, but concerns remain over lack of opportunities (The Globe and Mail, February 2020)

‘I put my forehead against his and I just cried’: Slain Mountie’s twin brother speaks, 10 years after Mayerthorpe (Edmonton Journal, March 2015)

‘The Black Nightmare’: Edmonton’s beautiful and terrible High Level Bridge (Edmonton Journal, August 2014)

Why are people in Calgary eating burgers from an alley? (The Globe and Mail, November 2011)