Even after 25 years of experience, I never tire of doing stories about people, places and important issues in the community.
Read some of my favourite stories from the past year by clicking on the photos within the gallery above. Thanks to the very thoughtful reader who sent a cheque to the subject of my story “senior with food intolerance struggling,” after it appeared in the City edition of the Suburban in July.
That reader is just one of the people who took positive action from my work and reminded me how nonfiction writing can be an act of social justice.
About the Author
Tracey Arial helps Canadians grow with notable nonfiction and urban agriculture.