This site compiles everything I published between 2004 and the spring of 2011 that is available online — typos and all. I haven’t cherry-picked, but like everyone, I have favourites. In the spring of 2011 I wrote two pieces for The Walrus: one about polar-grizzly bear hybrids, and one about the census.
This site does not track my work at Reuters in any kind of comprehensive way, because the volume is kind of unmanageable. If you plug my name into Google News on any given day something will come up, but I think it’s worth digging for some of the heftier pieces, like this feature about shareholder class actions in Canada, or our analysis piece about back door listing. It seems this piece about the Competition Bureau has had some impact. I also wrote about how angel investors are stepping up to fill the gap left by venture capitalists in Canada.
Of my pre-graduation work, my favourite clpping is this piece about student caregivers, which was a finalist for the CAJ student award. I was also pleased with a follow-up front page news piece on the terrible cockroach problem at the University of Toronto’s student family housing. My favourite completely overlooked Varsity article is this bizarre story about one of Tony Ianno’s campaign workers impersonating a CBC reporter to spy on U of T’s student union.