Writing

J-Source/CWA Canada Reporting Fellowship Pieces:
What if we imagined a future where media workers were owners?
also republished by The Tyee

Stronger Together: How Journalists Can Collaborate

The CRTC’s “Big Telecom” Blind Spot

New York Times:
The Latest Failure in the War on Drugs (w/ Brandon Marshall)
Data for the Public Good
The Opioid Crisis Isn’t White (print)

Washington Post:
What the opioid epidemic can learn from tobacco settlements (w/ Brandon Marshall)
The deadly consequences of Islamophobia in Canada

The Nation:
Whom Is the DSA Reaching? The Teens.

Nature:
Send thank-you notes to those who help you along the way

Teen Vogue:
Lethal Injection Drugs and the Death Penalty, Explained
Antifa History and Politics, Explained

Popula:
Filet-O-Fish: It’s Halal That
Friday Prayers

The Appeal:
A New Rhode Island Law Allows For Life Sentences in Drug Overdoses (w/ Meghan Peterson)

Quartz:
Twitter doesn’t need more policies, it needs diverse moderators
Why Americans must stop talking about Trump’s mythical “white working class” voters

Macleans:
Massey College and insidious racism on Canadian campuses

The Globe and Mail:
Canada isn’t immune when it comes to mistreating migrants within our borders (w/ Chris Ramsaroop)(print)
To truly tackle the opioid crisis, governments need to work together (w/ Brandon Marshall) (print)
In extreme heat, landlords should be required to keep tenants cool (print)
Dental care is a right – not a luxury

VICE: 
People of Colour Know Police Won’t Protect Us from Racist Hate

ThinkProgress:
Justin Trudeau isn’t the immigration savior you’re looking for

CANADALAND:
How The Toronto Sun Serves To Advance A Bigoted Narrative
Toronto Life’s Troubling Tropes About People Of Colour
How to make a lazy narrative fit your desired hot take

A Side:
Carly Rae Jepsen made me a better writer

NOW Magazine:
Peel school board’s Muslim prayer mix-up (print)

Jacobin:
Millennials Aren’t the Problem

Torontoist: 
Via Rail Debacle Shows Demand for Affordable Transit
Kellie Leitch Dogwhistles To Racists When Pledging to Deny Transit Funding to ‘Sanctuary Cities’
The Racism and Classism of Transit Manners