This is a by-no-means-complete selection of my published articles and live news coverage.
Protest in Toronto demands an end to COVID-inspired restrictions
On Saturday, 3,000 protestors gathered at Younge-Dundas Square and marched through downtown Toronto demanding and end to COVID-19 restrictions.
Protestors gather in Toronto to mourn death of wrestler at the hands of murderous Iranian regime
“We are here to call on Justin Trudeau: break your shameful silence. Leaders from all parts of the world condemn this brutal act, and Justin Trudeau is silent. It’s not acceptable,” an organizer said.
Protestors gather in Toronto’s Nathan Phillips Square in solidarity with the people of Belarus
Belarus has been rocked by nationwide unrest following the election on August 9 in which authoritarian president Alexander Lukashenko is believed to have tampered with results to remain in power after 26 years.
Cancel culture gave me my friends
Victims of cancel culture rarely deserve the treatment they receive or the stigma they carry with them. Some of them are genuinely innocent, and many people learn from horrible mistakes.
Mental health can’t be forgotten during the coronavirus pandemic
Acknowledging mental health as an underlying condition helps us better care for one another now, and will allow us to be better mental-health allies in a post-pandemic world.
On the topic of Iran, the Canadian media can’t be trusted – The Post Millennial
“Where was your outrage last month when the regime slaughtered 1600 kids for peaceful protests?” asks an Iranian activist. A great question for the media.
Supporters of Iranian terrorist clash with counter-protestors in downtown Toronto – The Post Millennial
The pro-Iranian regime vigil was met by counter-protestors who flew Iraqi flags, American flags, and chanted “Terrorists go home!”