Category Archives: Journalism
Friday marked the final edition of 24 Hours Ottawa, the free weekday newspaper published by the Ottawa Sun. It was also my workplace for four years: I was 24 Hours editor at the Sun from 2008 to 2012. It’s not … Continue reading
You may have noticed I haven’t been very active on this blog for the last 18 months or so because I was blogging for the Ottawa Sun. I quit the Sun back in April to pursue other projects, but kept … Continue reading
You might have noticed a distinct lack of activity here in the last few days. The reason is I’m now writing a cycling blog for the Ottawa Sun. You can read the blog here. Meanwhile, I’ll still be posting to … Continue reading
A funny thing happened in Ottawa today. U.S. conservative firebrand Ann Coulter cancelled a talk at the University of Ottawa because of security concerns after a bunch of people showed up to protest her presence.
When the victim was a curmudgeonly old bastard, that’s when.
After 17 rollercoaster days the Vancouver Olympics are finally over.
Driving home from work the other day I listened, as always, to CBC radio. Jian Ghomeshi was interviewing French Canadian journalist Yannick Tremblay, who had just returned from France where he was part of an experiment in which five journalists … Continue reading
After everyone got all excited about the new Apple iPad, discussion has been swirling about what it means for the future of print journalism.