In a time of crisis, when should politicians check in and take over the spotlight?
Don't blame Facebook for not sharing info in a crisis, blame the government.
If Bell wasn't already a hated company in Canada, it is now.
Last week's deep job cuts by Bell shouldn't be a surprise.
Local TV news packages have been missing something lately - sports.
Ted Lasso taught us some great lessons on communication. Were you listening?
We should throw a parade for firefighters in Alberta, but instead some people are making their lives more difficult.
Here's why we're getting conned by the media on televised debates.
Here's a great tip to become a better communicator.
Some video of Connor McDavid at practice showed how sports fans don't know how journalism works.
Difficult discussions in the workplace are often avoided or not done well. Here's a fix.
Premier Danielle Smith and the news media are involved in a not so quiet war.
Here's why newspaper printing presses will be in museums before you know it.
Are the words used by Premier Danielle Smith "imprecise", or are they used properly?
We all throw extra words and phrases into our conversation, Here are five you need to eliminate.
Artificial intelligence (AI) will soon be used on radio stations across North America. Will you listen?
A botched emergency alert touched off a firestorm in Alberta last week. Why?
1,037 elderly people died in Alberta nursing homes in the first nine months of the pandemic. Do we care?
The Edmonton Journal may have hit an all-time low recently when its Sports section was the smallest ever.
Millions and millions of dollars were spent on Super Bowl ads. Too bad we didn't see them.
Jason Kenney and Dr. Deena Hinshaw have new jobs and much more in common.
Three years after we started using online platforms for TV interviews, people are still making the same mistakes.
This is my 300th blog. I figure that's about 900 hours of work. Here's what I've learned.
When the chips were down, Canada's airlines blew it on communication. I have five reasons why.