How bad is the violence in UK cities? (blog) Reuters Aug 25, 2009

Was it right to release the Lockerbie bomber? (blog) Reuters Aug 20, 2009

Is the cost of university too high? (blog) Reuters Aug 19, 2009

Where would you cut public spending? (blog) Reuters July 20, 2009

How should we fund care for the elderly? (blog) Reuters July 14, 2009

How will the oil supply cut trickle down? (blog) Reuters December 17, 2009

Our brands in Havana Canadian Business magazine May 22-June 4, 2006

“Both sides expect to benefit from Catholic school ‘twinning’” Edmonton Journal  Sept. 7, 2004

“Last-chance Crohn’s drug faces delisting” Edmonton Journal Sept. 5, 2004

“Celiac supporters brave hail, heat and hard climbs” Edmonton Journal Aug. 27, 2004

“Report discovers second generation of homeless” Edmonton Journal Aug. 21, 2004

“Community effort brings police patrols back to Norwood” Edmonton Journal Aug 12, 2004: B4.

“Soccer lovers shoot for Guinness game-length record” CanWest News Service Aug. 7, 2004.

“Soccer players aim at world record” Edmonton Journal Aug. 7, 2004

“Humidity blamed for wild weather” Edmonton Journal July 19, 2004

“Soccer players practise in heat to top world record in August” Edmonton Journal July 18, 2004

“Homeless must leave valley refuge: couples given 48 hours” (cover city section) Edmonton Journal July 1, 2004

“Nail-biter of a campaign has Kilgour with small lead” Edmonton Journal June 29, 2004

“Interview: Award winner explains her work with children” Edmonton Journal June 19, 2004

“Clock ticks down for HIV centre: support program still hopes funding will arrive” Edmonton Journal June 12, 2004

“Volunteer identified the gaps in services for seniors.” Edmonton Journal June 10, 2004

“School rethinks dumping books: ‘We made a mistake’: principal” (section cover) Edmonton Journal June 5, 2004

“Wayward son comes home: Father praises youth emergency shelter for boy’s turnaround” Edmonton Journal June 5, 2004

“Taking care of needy families ‘cost-effective’” Edmonton Journal May 20, 2004

“Ballad protests raid on reporter’s home” Edmonton Journal May 19, 2004

“U.S. man pens song for Citizen journalist: RCMP raids ‘ticked me off,’ ballad writer says” Ottawa Citizen May 19, 2004

“During women’s week Canada’s first female physician remains unrecognized on campus” Ryersonian March 10, 2004

“The big chill on free speech: an exclusive interview with Juliet O’Neill” Ryersonian March 3, 2004

“Disturbing the Peace” (Greenpeace labour dispute in Canada) Saturday Night Sept 2003

“Obituary: A joker mourned” (Bob Hope) Maclean’s Aug 11, 2003

Fight for education, demands MPP” The Varsity March 28, 2002

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