published articles


Global News (July 3, 2020) — Many Saskatchewan First Nations residents are travelling to get coronavirus treatment

Saskatoon StarPhoenix (July 3, 2020) — Report finds 28 Sask. First Nations more than 50 km away from COVID-19 care facility

Star Calgary (Nov. 4, 2019)Tainted Water — It would cost just $11 million for Calgary to replace all its public lead service lines. So why hasn't the city acted?

Global News (Nov. 4, 2019) — Tainted Water — Calgary doesn't know how many lead pipes that could make the water unsafe


The Reflector (June 24, 2020) 'The silence is unnerving': MRU community members call for action against systemic racism on campus

Bad Blood website (June 11, 2020) Bad Blood: Breaking down Canadian Blood Services' donation restrictions for sexually active gay men

Calgary Journal (Feb. 27, 2020) Decolonizing mental health: The importance of an oppression-focused mental health system

Calgary Journal (Nov.  12, 2019) — Preserving mother tongues: Why children of immigrants are losing their languages

Calgary Journal (Nov. 24, 2018) Why Indigenous youth in Calgary are helping others reconnect to their culture at Diamond Willow Youth Lodge

Calgary Journal (Nov. 19, 2018) — How a hindering premenstrual disorder, PMDD, is a 'monthly hell' for Canadian women

Calgary Journal (Sept. 24, 2018) HIV in Indigenous women: Underlying causes and unsuccessful resources

CBC News (May 12, 2018) Calgary lacks resources for Indigenous history and culture for new Canadians

Calgary Journal (Feb. 28, 2017) Tania Bruguera has gone from artist, to prisoner, and back again


Calgary Journal (April 15, 2019) How Nadia El-Dib's murder is  inspiring hope, one year later

Calgary Journal (March 27, 2019) The Female Lens makes room for women-led art in Calgary


Calgary Journal (Oct. 18, 2018) How these Alberta fathers tackled their postpartum depression

Calgary Journal (Dec. 5, 2018) How the New Central Library is keeping their patrons safe from drug overdoses