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For the Games: See how Charles and his friends boosted
happiness during the Vancouver 2010 Olympics.
stories of broken cities on opposite sides of the world
were finalists for National Magazine Awards. Read the Grim
Repo and the Archipelago of Fear here.
on happiness and cities from Kabul, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Portland
and Mexico City. Look for stories in Dwell,
Magazine and The
we ever be on the same page?Charles writes on ethics
and climate change negotiations for The Globe and Mail.
Want More Square Footage: Charles writes in The Walrus.
UK: Charles shares stories from the South Pacific, July
Living Hell to Living Well: Once-infernal Bogota, Colombia,
now leads the world's urban happiness movement. Charles
writes in the Globe & Mail.
glaciers trigger catastrophic landslides in the St. Elias
Mountains. Charles writes in Canadian Geographic.
Charles' report on Canada's climate change debate, wins
a citation from the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic
Shark God gets
up in reviews from Entertainment
Weekly, The Guardian and The New York Times.
Mr. Cool, Charles' report on Canadian
climate change skeptics
the Megalopolis,' in Explore
Magazine wins at National Magazine Awards.
planners across North America look to Vancouver for advice.
Read Futureville in Canadian
Out There, the new anthology of adventure writing, includes
Charles' Searching for Big Man Magik. Buy
Last Heathen awarded the 2005 Hubert
Evans Non-fiction Prize. Read
Last Heathen awarded the 2005 Charles
Taylor Prize for literary non-fiction. Read
Last Heathen short-listed for two Writers' Trust of Canada
Globe and Mail names the Last Heathen one of the best 100
books published in 2004. What
are the critics saying?
Can Wait,' in Western Living Magazine wins at the 2004 Canadian
National Magazine Awards and Western Magazine Awards. Read