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As part of Winnipeg Free Press Olympic coverage, I built a team of non-journalist locals in London during the Games, compiling their tweets and sharing their images on Facebook and Tumblr. This story recounts their experiences.
A replay of a livestreamed interview I organized, promoted and hosted with Nora Young, host of CBC's Spark, regarding her new book, The Virtual Self.
Facebook killer, or just another social network? A replay of a live chat I organized, promoted and hosted.
This story stemmed from a self-initiated Twitter discussion on Winnipeggers' New Year hopes for their city, one that drew wide engagement and participation.
A Storified account of the Twitter sensation that erupted when a local wedding proposal went social, then viral, drawing international attention.
One of dozens of Tumblr galleries I curated for the Winnipeg Free Press, this one featuring images I helped recover from our non-digital archives.
It's farm fresh, pesticide-free, and, you've been assured, all natural. But is it organic?
With rolling carts rolling in for much of the city, the humble act of recycling is back in the headlines.
Offsets used to be a hot topic. What happened?
Manitobans could pay more for new flat screens, stereos and other electronics under a proposed fee-based e-waste plan that's raising the eyebrows of environmentalists, who fear consumer backlash.
It's survival first, then the environment as Flin Flon weighs the options
A guided kayak tour is a great way to view the headlands of Cape Tribulations, provided the winds are in your favour.
It might be the cosmopolitan Côte d'Azur's modern-day capital, but a century and a half ago, Nice was a long-coveted part of Italy, on the brink of uniting with France.
There's a different -- and cheaper -- Mexico off the beaten path