As North American producers massively ramp up plans to export coal to Asia, B.C. figures large in their plans — and in opposition efforts of citizens worried about climate change.
Shortlisted finalist and honourable mention, Mindset Award for reporting on workplace mental health | Published in The Tyee | May 20, 2016 On April 20, 2015, Jason Driscoll of […]
A defiant Jody Wilson-Raybould has no regrets about her actions as attorney general
An armed tactical police raid and clash at an Indigenous anti-pipeline barricade revealed public, and even government, confusion about the distinction between the hereditary leaders and First Nations’ elected chiefs and councils. It’s a key nuance that requires better understanding, experts argue.
Critics call for scrutiny after revelations a senior accounting firm partner headed up a review of 2009 expenses he’d overseen in a previous role.
Series published in The Tyee | July 8-18, 2014 For the city’s undocumented immigrants, fear of discovery lurks in emergency rooms, schools, the local bus. Keying off the May 29 […]
A photo essay that recalls the panic following the invasion of the south of Lebanon by Israel, which killed 1,200 civilians including Canadian citizens
Published in The Guardian | July 27, 2020 | Via Agence France-Presse
Published in Le Monde | Sept. 18, 2020 | Also via AFP in Journal de Montreal (QC), Barrons (US), Hindustan Times (IN), Milenio (MX), Ouest-France (most-read francophone newspaper globally), France 24, Sciences et […]
Published in the Globe and Mail | Saturday, June 13, 2020 | Page A6 and online THREE GROOVES IN THE GROUND, just above the beach on Klahoose First Nation, were […]
Our kids die in the child welfare system.’ The Métis Nation warns it’s losing kids at an alarming rate Part I of series | March 2018 | Star Vancouver VANCOUVER […]