April 2018, Hazlitt
Phantom islands, the fallibility of maps.
March 2018, Aeon
On commuting from Shetland to Antarctica.
May 2017, Smithsonian
Ancient trees are disappearing from protected national forests around the world. A look inside the $100 billion market for stolen wood.
March 2017, The Walrus
Species reintroduction, dead beavers in freezers.
March 2017, Hazlitt
Cowboy churches, wild fire, Western nostalgia.
Fall 2016, Oxford AmericanA church from Nova Scotia follows the Acadian trail to Louisiana.
September 2016, Swerve
A small ranching town outgrows its britches. (Finalist for a 2017 Alberta Magazine Publishers Association Award, in the Short Features category.)
Summer 2015, Maisonneuve
Sexism during the Calgary Stampede. (Nominated for a 2016 National Magazine Award in the Society category.)
March 2015, Alberta Venture
On changes to the Temporary Foreign Workers Program. (Finalist for a 2015 Alberta Magazine Publishers Association Award, in the Alberta Story category.)
September 2014, The Guardian
Tina Fontaine, murdered and missing aboriginal women. (This story was later picked up by the BBC, airing on Woman's Hour.)
June 2014, Roads & Kingdoms
Wild horses, for meat and for money.
May 2014, Reader's Digest
"Jurassic Park," Antarctica, palaeontology in Alberta.
March 2014, Roads & Kingdoms
Community activism, Enbridge and rez-ball along the Pacific Northwest coast.
Winter 2013, Maisonneuve.
Parks Canada and "the jockstrap."
April 2013, The Walrus
Grave robbers, colonialism, a man named Captain Gold.
April 2012, The Walrus
Hidden waves, big storms, trespassing on private property.
January 2012, Slate
Women's boxing, pink skirts, making girls act like girls.
November 2011, Maclean's
Fidel Castro, golf, Quebec.
Fall 2011, Corporate Knights
Canadian mines, murder, international law. (Finalist at the 2011 KRW Awards, in the Features category.)
August 2011, The Globe and Mail
Drug-fueled epiphanies, shamans, Toronto's weirdest loft, Tim Burton memorials.