She brought coverage of international injustice to Homemaker’s and Chatelaine, but when she left, so did the stories that matter
By Aya Tsintziras Sally Armstrong travels to Kenya. She begins in Nairobi and drives north to Meru. She approaches the Ripples International shelter; the road is lined with colourful plants and flowers. It’s 2011, and she’s here to interview 160 child rape victims, some as young as three, who are suing the government for not […]
From celebrated indie bands to acclaimed actors and directors, Canadian artists are making us proud. So why are our dailies still obsessed with Americans?
A rumoured Lady Gaga-Katy Perry feud. Johnny Depp to quit acting? American singer and actress Kristin Chenoweth writes a cheeky song about disgraced politician Anthony Weiner. These are just some of the stories I wrote last summer during my six-week internship in the arts section of the National Post. During my final week, I finally […]