An essay on the silent, secret grief of miscarriage.
The Globe and Mail
In Ontario, Canada, ribfests were largely non-profit affairs. Then one man decided to make a profit off their popularity.
Nearing the end of his career, a Canadian tycoon named Michael DeGroote went for one last deal, investing $100 million to build a Las Vegas in the Dominican Republic. His partners? Two brothers with a criminal past, a con man and an old friend with close ties to the mob.
How solitary confinement can lead to suicide.
An investigation into allegations that Rwandan President Paul Kagame is assassinating exiled dissidents.
On the rise of Indian Posse, the largest of Canada’s native gangs, and the fall of its leader.
A tragic car crash, its lone survivor, and his reeling town.
On “the Incidents”, three shootings in a single month in a 1,300 person hamlet tucked inside the 12-year-old Nunavut territory. (The complete 4-part series.)