Tom Davidoff has to be one of my favourite interviewees. He’s incredibly smart but also very candid about Metro Vancouver’s housing situation. Check out the new podcast I did with fellow reporter Hayley Woodin talking all things real estatec with Davidoff, and also a profile I did on him last year.

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One of the things I love about journalism is the constant reminder that we have it so good here in Canada. Got to head out to Surrey and meet Feras, who escaped the Syrian Civil War, and now runs his own clothing line. Click on the photo for the story.

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Covered the transportation beat for Business in Vancouver‘s Outlook 2018 issue. Everything from the Broadway subway line and Surrey’s LRT to Uber (or lack thereof).

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I have two articles in this year’s First Nations business issue. It’s an important subject we all need to start paying closer attention to:

Indigenous youth key to Canada’s economic growth

Isolated First Nations tap B.C. telehealth technology

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Very honoured to be featured as alumni of Thompson Rivers University. Also looking forward to speaking with some first-year English students this winter too! The journey continues.

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Patrick on the Business in Vancouver podcast with fellow reporters Hayley Woodin and Tyler Orton talking all things transportation — (Nov. 21/17): BIV podcast (episode 107): Transportation, year in review

The Death of Birth cover

It has begun

Patrick on the Business in Vancouver podcast with fellow reporters Hayley Woodin and Tyler Orton talking Vancouver real estate, and more (Nov. 7/17): BIV podcast (episode 101): Where’d all the single family homes go?

Patrick was a presenter at the 2017 Kamloops Writers Festival!

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Patrick with Alix Hawley (left) and Karen Hofmann.


Kamloops This Week

Kamloops This Week post-event coverage

CBC Daybreak with Shelley Joyce

Radio NL with Jim Harrison

The Omega

The Fatalists – Available Now!

“A thrilling ride.”  

Quill & Quire

“Of the three fates, Atropos is one who cuts the thread of life. She is by necessity and occupation a fatalist. There is, however, far less of the atrophic in The Fatalists here than we might expect. Instead, which may well be the novel’s final irony, hope and purpose survive the apocalyptic fire and breach the surface, despite impending doom.”

Freefall Magazine

Daily Hive Vancouver

CBC – All Points West

Vancouver is Awesome

The Practical Geek Podcast

Radio NL