Aside from my blogging here, I've written for a few places online and offline. Most notably, I've been the physics and astronomy editor for Science Borealis since its inception, and along the way I've been joined by two co-editors. I've written editorials on Canadian physics and astronomy four times a year for the past two years, and edited a couple of guest posts. I've also written a small handful of pieces for the McGill Daily, my student newspaper. As well as my (semi-) regular contributions, I've contributed one-off pieces to iPolitics and the Canadian Science Policy Conference's opinion blog.
Several years ago, I was the English Editor for the Canadian Undergraduate Physics Journal, which was a bilingual journal distributed to physics departments across the country. I handled reviewing, sourcing, editing, and occasionally writing all the journal's content in English. CUPJ closed a few years after my tenure, and unfortunately the archives are no longer online.