Higher Education

World on fire

Queen's Alumni Review

February 2, 2024

How the Queen’s University Biological Station takes a multi­disciplinary – and symbiotic – approach to solving the environmental crisis.

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Compromise conundrum

Rotman Insights Hub

June 1, 2024

A new study finds that new-to-the-workforce employees might make less-than-optimal choices when it comes to their benefits packages when faced with too much information. How can employers and employees address that risk?

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Opera on the brain

University of British Columbia Magazine

October 26, 2023

How does operatic training affect memory, cognitive functioning, and learning?

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The Curse of Overconfidence

Smith Business Insight

May 10, 2023

Self-confidence is in the DNA of successful entrepreneurs, but too much can cloud decision-making. Here’s how to keep overconfidence in check.

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Clearing the air

Concordia University Magazine

November 28, 2023

Concordia researchers and alumni are out to improve every breath we take.

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Ingenuity Labs to study real-world applications of human-robot interaction

Smith Engineering News

May 27, 2024

The multidisciplinary program aims to give about 60 graduate students in engineering the skills needed to design mobile robots that can interact with humans.

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Do the right thing

Smith Magazine

May 1, 2021

Professor Jacob Brower shows why corporate social responsibility programs still matter. Even if they don’t pay off like they used to.

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Lost Spaces

UM Today Magazine

January 15, 2023

From campus bunkbeds for napping to diving boards for canon-balling into the river, long-forgotten University of Manitoba haunts surface in virtual tour.

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Alumni Entrepreneurs Spread the Joy of Love and Noodles

Maroon and White - Saint Mary's University

May 22, 2022

For some, love is a box of chocolates and a bottle of wine. But for Shanshan Liu BComm’11 and Jian Li BComm’12, it’s a pile of fried chicken atop a hot bowl of ramen.

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How to Become a Morning Exercise Person in Any Season

New Trail - University of Alberta

July 10, 2023

Good vibes and good friends are a good start.

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Ontario developer set to roll out 3D-printed homes in Gananoque

The Globe and Mail

May 20, 2022

Gananoque, Ontario, is known as the “Gateway to the 1000 Islands” — but a new affordable housing project may put the quaint waterfront town on the map for a whole other reason.

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Emergency Footing

Kingston Life Magazine

January 1, 2022

It’s been almost three years since Kingston declared a climate emergency. Was it just a hollow PR exercise, or has it actually deepened the City’s commitment to protecting us from climate change?

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Where the wild things are: Foraging in Ontario


June 10, 2020

Harvesting is celebrated as a way to reconnect with nature and food — but does it put wild plants at risk?

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Food Truck Food Wolf Halifax Street Food

Halifax’s Backyard Economy Shows Signs of Going Legit

Atlantic Business Magazine

February 20, 2013

The result may be a new way to imagine how communities and cities are built.

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Cold Growth Greenhouse Canada Arviat Nunavut

Cold Growth in Northern Climates

Greenhouse Canada

October 1, 2018

How two tech-savvy companies are trying to reduce food insecurity in the north.

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It’s called FarmWorks

Country Guide

March 6, 2018

This innovative investment fund is creating a new model for getting financial help into the hands of farmers who can make a difference.

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Aeroponically-grown cannabis Canada Trends

Growing on air

Grow Opportunity

April 22, 2019

Unearthing the aeroponically-grown cannabis trend in Canada.

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A dirty little secret

Food in Canada

June 1, 2019

Water management in craft breweries needs greater focus.

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UBC is growing some of the world’s most sought after truffles right here in Canada

University Affairs

January 10, 2020

Thanks to researcher Shannon Berch, UBC might be the first Canadian university to successfully cultivate the pricey foodie staple.

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Culinary Guide

Curated Food & Drink Magazine

All copy of 124-page culinary guidebook to some of the best places to eat and drink in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Academic Profiles

Dalhousie University, Communications & Marketing

Profiles of eight notable people associated with Dalhousie University in celebration of the university’s 200th anniversary: Axel Becke (pictured), Elisabeth Mann Borgese, Jeff Dahn, Robert Fournier, James Robinson Johnston, George Munro, Phyllis Noerager Stern, and Robert Stanfield.

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Case Study


A case study on how Persado used AI to help arts and crafts retail giant Michaels put personalization at the forefront of its text, Facebook, and email campaigns.

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Canadian Franchise Association

An advertorial on Canadian electronic payment provider Telpay. It was published in The Franchise Voice, a Canadian Franchise Association magazine.

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Visit Kingston

My posts from several years of blogging with Visit Kingston, which is the tourism board responsible for promoting Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

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Press Release

Wellness Systems, Inc.

A press release for Wellness Systems, Inc. on the launch of a mobile COVID-19 testing and vaccination station.

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Website Copy


A full website write for EZ STAK, which is a manufacturer of modular interior storage systems for work trucks, service bodies, vans, and trailers.

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