• The Third Team Originally published on canadasoccer.com He was Canada’s face at the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil™. From his infamous handshake [which has several million social media hits] to the coverage he received in newspapers and on TV, Joe Fletcher has become a minor celebrity.   What could another profile possibly say, that has not already been […]
  • Para Team falls short against USA Originally published on CanadaSoccer.com   Going into the bronze medal match at the 2014 America Cup, the Para Team fancied its chances against USA. Certainly, the game started well, with Canada dominating possession. But then … it all went wrong.   In the span of 15 minutes, USA scored three goals. Boom – deflection (6th […]
  • Canada draws Argentina in opening match of the 2014 America Cup. Originally published on CanadaSoccer.com   In a tough, physical game, Canada twice came from behind to tie Argentina 3:3 in its opening match at the 2014 America Cup. “We showed a lot of toughness,” says Head Coach Drew Ferguson. “Sure, we made mistakes, but if you had told me before the game that we’d get […]
  • Canada W15 prepares for Quarterfinal clash against Costa Rica Originally published on CanadaSoccer.com   Eight teams remain in the CONCACAF Girls’ Under-15 Championship.   Canada has advanced to the knockout rounds as winner of Group D. With a record of two wins (5:0 over Puerto Rico and 6:0 against Cuba) and one draw (1:1 against Haiti).   Now that Canada is in the quarterfinals […]
  • The Rights to Watch "The Rights to Watch" is a five-part series investigating the the future of Hockey Night in Canada and public access to the National Game. It was published in summer 2013 - prior to Rogers being awarded the broadcasting rights - by Ryerson University, completing my Masters of Journalism. My supervisors on this Major Research Project […]
  • The Rights to Watch "The Rights to Watch" is a five-part series investigating the the future of Hockey Night in Canada and public access to the National Game. It was published in summer 2013 - prior to Rogers being awarded the broadcasting rights - by Ryerson University, completing my Masters of Journalism. My supervisors on this Major Research Project […]
  • The Rights to Watch "The Rights to Watch" is a five-part series investigating the the future of Hockey Night in Canada and public access to the National Game. It was published in summer 2013 - prior to Rogers being awarded the broadcasting rights - by Ryerson University, completing my Masters of Journalism. My supervisors on this Major Research Project […]
  • The Rights to Watch "The Rights to Watch" is a five-part series investigating the the future of Hockey Night in Canada and public access to the National Game. It was published in summer 2013 - prior to Rogers being awarded the broadcasting rights - by Ryerson University, completing my Masters of Journalism. My supervisors on this Major Research Project […]
  • The Rights To Watch "The Rights to Watch" is a five-part series investigating the the future of Hockey Night in Canada and public access to the National Game. It was published in summer 2013 - prior to Rogers being awarded the broadcasting rights - by Ryerson University, completing my Masters of Journalism. My supervisors on this Major Research Project was Joyce Smith, then director of the School’s […]
  • Racoon Feature Click here to read the query letter that accompanies this article.   Peter Pekelny works seven days a week. His office is a dirty white van, with the name Pro Pest written in red and black on the sides. Strapped to the roof is a pair of extendable ladders; one reaches a maximum of 26 […]