15. I was interviewed by CBC Saskatoon about Wanuskewin’s community garden on July 10, 2015.
14. Between June 18-25 I hosted @IndigenousXca on Twitter, discussing Métis issues.
13. On November 7, 2014, the Yukon News I wrote an opinion-editorial on the difficulties Ph.D. completion and a senior public servant’s “Ph.D.” from a diploma mill in the US.
12. I appeared in a Chronicle Vitae article discussing the impact of ‘microfilm motion sickness’ on May 7, 2014.
11. The Manitoban printed an article on my research talk at the University of Mantiboa’s Native Studies Colloquium on February 10, 2014.
10. I was featured in a National Post article on issues of cultural appropriation on the University of Saskatchewan’s campus on January 16, 2014.
8. For my last Martlet column in February 2012, I wrote a short primer for conducting ethical research in Indigenous communities.
7. In February 2012, I wrote a Martlet column challenging the idea that capitalist development could heal historic relations between Indigenous peoples and Canadians.
6. Inspired by the frenzy over the ‘Mayan apocalypse,’ in January 2012 I wrote a Martlet column challenging these conspiracy theories with Indigenous knowledge.
5. After discussions with a close friend in December 2011, I wrote a Martlet column on re-imaging Indigenous territory and putting in into practice through postal decolonization. It was republished by the Canadian University Press and then picked up by the Capilano Courier.
4. On the anniversary of Louis Riel’s execution in November 2011, I wrote a column for The Martlet on the symbolic appropriation of Louis Riel by Canadians as a nationalist cultural symbol.
3. For my regular bi-monthly column in The Martlet, I critiqued the emergent Occupy movement for its failure to engage Indigenous peoples on issues of land and colonialism.
2. Elaine Alexie and I wrote an article in the University of Victoria’s Martlet entitled, “Indigenous studies means colonial studies, too: Spend less time on the ‘Indian problem’ and more time on the imperial one,” on September 27, 2011. It was re-published Canadian University Press Newswire and syndicated in The Argus at Lakehead and Interrobang at Fanshawe College.
1. On March 6, 2009, I wrote an op-ed in The Journal, the student newspaper at Queen’s University entitled “Olympics obscure Native issues: While Canada seeks gold, land is destroyed, people are displaced, and human rights are violated.”