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What’s at stake when women leave the workforce during COVID-19?

 Disrupting the narrative: A new book looks at how to keep building feminist momentum

How Indigenous students are helping to transform their communities, Aug. 19, 2019

How this theoretical physicist is advocating for women of colour in STEM, July 11, 2019

How this Indigenous artists turns basketball shoes into commercialist critique, July 5, 2019

The Agenda’s year in books, 2018 edition, Dec. 24, 2018

Why author Vivek Shraya is afraid of men, Dec. 8, 2018

How one Indigenous woman reclaimed her personal history through art,, Aug. 21, 2018

Writing from the front lines of feminism,, Aug 16, 2018

Why society needs to make room for single, childless women,, Aug. 15, 2018

How Barrie is transforming itself into an age-friendly city,, Aug. 13, 2018

Why Ontario municipalities are struggling to make ends meet,, July 23, 2018

How musicians get paid (or don’t) in the digital age,, July 10, 2018

What it’s like to transition as a teenager,, Jan. 4, 2018

The Agenda’s year in books: 2017 edition,, Dec. 27, 2017

Finding new ways to talk about domestic violence,, Nov. 23, 2017

How girls question feminism yet embrace ‘girl power,’, July 19, 2017

Craig Davidson: Driving a special needs school bus made me grow up fast,, Aug 11, 2016

How museums help cities realize their soft power,, Aug 5, 2016

What your music playlist says about you,, July 26, 2016

The tough road to legalization for Canada’s right-to-die movement,, June 8, 2016

How to blend millenials with gen X-ers and boomers at work,, May 27, 2016

Art and optimism: How Teva Harrison confronts incurable cancer,, May 6, 2016

The time David Bowie asked to take my picture,, January 11, 2016

How ordinary citizens are helping Syrian refugees,, December 18, 2015

This is what 60 really feels like,, November 3, 2015

How young non-voters embraced the ballot,, October 6, 2015

How Ontario teens embrace and redefine feminism,, September 2, 2015

Fall Books: New fiction in a very political season, Ottawa Citizen, August 28, 2015

Why libraries of the future carry a high price tag,, July 23, 2015

Singledom: It is what it’s cracked up to be, Ottawa Citizen, May 2, 2015

Feminist Resolutions: Five Ontario MPPs from across the political spectrum discuss gender equality,, March 9, 2015

25 years after the Montreal Massacre,, December 5, 2014

Fall Books: From Ann-Marie MacDonald to David Cronenberg to Justin Trudeau, the list is long and diverse, Ottawa Citizen, August 26, 2014

Fall Book Season: Fact and Fiction, Ottawa Citizen, September 2, 2013

What They’re Reading This Fall, Ottawa Citizen, September 2, 2013

Yonge Interviews: Rachel Young, co-founder and owner of Camaraderie Coworking, Yonge St. Media, May 29, 2013

A Reckoning with Emotional Clutter, The Inside Agenda Blog, The Agenda with Steve Paikin, January 11, 2013

Vagina, by Naomi Wolf, A Review, The Inside Agenda Blog, The Agenda with Steve Paikin. October 15, 2012

The Reading Season: From Alice Munro to J.K.Rowling, the fall season for books is a full one, Ottawa Citizen, September 1, 2012

Saving the planet one neighbourhood at a time, feature article on Transition Toronto, Yonge Street Media, June 20, 2012

Out of the film studio and back to the land, feature article on Backyard Urban Farm Company (BUFCO), published January 18, 2012

Distillery jewelry designer Lara Bazant has a keen eye for beauty and a fair mind for business, feature article on Bazant Unique Adornments, published July 20, 2011

The Zero Point in Leslieville offers another kind of green to eco-minded Toronto homeowners, feature article on The Zero Point, published April 27, 2011

Royal Wedding timeline: how the day will unfold, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 29, 2011

Same big day, another couple, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Wedding night privacy and trousseau, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 26, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Last-minute details, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 19, 2011

Can’t make it to London? Follow along from home, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 14, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Twitter tribute to Spain speculation, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 12, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Six hairstylists and one ring, feature on the Royal Wedding, April 5, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Secret stag to classified cake, feature on the Royal Wedding, March 29, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: From daring ‘do to luxe ride, feature on the Royal Wedding, March 22, 2011

Royal Wedding recap: Honeymoon to hen party, feature on the Royal Wedding, March 15, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Designer dress to borrowed tiara, feature on the Royal Wedding, March 8, 2011

Royal Wedding Recap: Invite list to bridal party, feature on the Royal Wedding, March 2, 2011

Grandbaby on Board, feature article on surrogacy, Delish Magazine, Spring 2011

Contemporary craft meets traditional style at the Toronto furniture design store, Klaus, Yonge Street Media, Jan. 26, 2011

Leading Toronto into Sustainability: a Q&A with cleantech guru, Tom Rand, Yonge Street Media, Oct. 27, 2010

Gender confusion: Kathleen Winter’s debut novel, about a hermaphrodite raised as a boy, explores the gossamer lines that connect us, regardless of our sex, review of Annabel, Ottawa Citizen, July 11, 2010

Toronto’s Art Aura, profile of Aura Collective, an online arts and crafts store, Yonge Street Media, January 13, 2010

Give cougar a rest, Maisonneuve, December 1, 2009

Meet your match: In an attempt to find the man of her dreams, our writer turned her dating future over to a matchmaker, More Magazine feature article, November 2009

A bountiful harvest: highlights of the fall season full of riches, Ottawa Citizen, September 6, 2009

Loss of a family man: novel explores how Ocean Ranger tragedy devastated those left behind, review of Lisa Moore’s February, Ottawa Citizen, June 21, 2009

Mom and Me on the QT, personal essay contribution to Rona Maynard’s My Mother’s Daughter website, March 2009

Hardly at a loss for words, review of Diane Schoemperlen’s At a Loss for Words, Ottawa Citizen, March 2, 2008

Exotic and Familiar, discussion of Caroline Adderson’s Pleased to Meet You, The Tyee, Oct. 20, 2006

Eulogy for Znaimer’s Dream, on the Bell Media takeover of Chum TV, The Tyee, July 14, 2006

Why Women Go To Strip Clubs, The Tyee, Feb 16, 2006

A Wrinkle in Time: On Turning 45, personal essay, The Tyee, Jan 16, 2006

The Private Lives of Men, discussion of Ian Brown’s What I Meant to Say, The Tyee, Dec 22, 2005

Part Rock Concert, Part Mystery, on World Youth Day, The Tyee, August 17, 2005

City Celebrates Fests With Cash, Georgia Straight, June 24, 2004


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