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Radio Interview on Environmental History of Stanley Park

Last week, I appeared on The City on CiTR 101.9FM and CJSF 90.1 FM to speak about my new book, Inventing Stanley Park: An Environmental History. As a UBC alumni, I was very happy to have the chance to speak over the airwaves of the campus radio station. The host, Andy Longhurst, took us […]


CKNW 980AM Interview on Canadian Oil Pipeline Spill History 4

On Tuesday afternoon, I was invited to speak with John McComb, host of “The World Today,” on CKNW 980AM in Vancouver. We discussed my current research on the history of oil pipeline spills in Alberta and the rest of Canada. We spoke primarily about recent spill frequency in the past […]


Radio Canada International Interview on Oil Pipeline Controversies

Earlier this week, I spoke about the history of oil pipeline construction in Canada and recent pipeline controversies in British Columbia on Radio Canada International. This was a follow-up to my series of interviews on CBC Radio One regarding the 2010 Enbridge oil pipeline spill near Marshall, Michigan. I was […]


Stanley Park on Today in Canadian History

122 years ago, Vancouver’s Stanley Park officially opened to the public. I joined Joe Burima in studio at CJSW 90.9fm to discuss this day in Canadian history: [audio:http://cjsw.com/podcasts/tich/2010-09-27.mp3] Today in Canadian History, 27 September 2010 Toward the end of our interview, Joe asked me about last summer’s controversy over a […]


Lake Winnipeg Treaty, Number Five: 135th Anniversary

Online access to digitized historical primary sources and secondary source analysis has changed the way historians work and teach. For me, this week was an excellent reminder that these online resources have opened up many more possibilities for my teaching and my scholarship. Monday was the 135th anniversary of the […]