Journalism

As a freelance journalist, I write for consumer and trade publications on a wide range of topics.

Publications have included: Water Canada, ReNew Canada—The Infrastructure Magazine, Quebec Heritage News, OpenFile, The Montreal Gazette, Montreal Families, Concordia Magazine, The Montreal Mirror, Hour, Laval Families, Career Verdict, The McGill Reporter, Concordia’s Thursday Report, and THIS Magazine.

I also write for organizations that produce their own publications, such as the Bulletin on Early Childhood Development, and provide various other writing services.

 

Eve has quickly become one of my top go-to writers! She consistently goes above and beyond in her freelancing assignments—not only does she write clean, clear copy, but she frequently volunteers to take photographs and attend media tours. Eve makes my job as an editor feel easy and I especially appreciate her enthusiastic attitude and natural writing style. She is always eager to learn and has the ability to write in an engaging way that helps you understand even the most technical concepts.

Rachel Phan

Former Managing Editor, Water Canada

A few favourites:

Prioritize This: The largest water infrastructure challenges for five Canadian cities

Water Canada

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Toxic Relationship: Researchers make advances in monitoring the potential toxicity of contaminants in wastewater effluent

Water Canada

Water Canada Cover

 

The Long View: Multi-year budgets are an emerging trend as municipalities seek more support for their long-term capital plans

ReNew Canada

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Capturing Value: Some see carbon capture and storage as the only way to achieve emission targets, and Canada is leading the way

ReNew Canada

Carbon capture and storage

 

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For two years I maintained enviromontreal.com, my blog about environmental issues, projects and events in and around the city of Montreal.

enviromontreal

 


Eve was a pleasure to work with. She was open to feedback throughout the editing process and was willing to tackle assignments with enthusiasm and rigour.

Dominique Jarry-Shore

Former City Editor of OpenFile Montreal