As of June 2017, I'm the Ottawa correspondent for the Winnipeg Free Press, covering all things Manitoba on Parliament Hill.
I occasionally freelance elsewhere, on non-Manitoba issues. Prior to my current role, I covered Canadian politics, social issues and radicalization for a variety of newspapers and websites.
As a bilingual member of the Parliamentary Press Gallery, I regularly file stories based on freedom-of-information requests and people who are impacted by federal policy.
I report every few weeks for The Christian Science Monitor, a few times a month for Daily Xtra and almost weekly for an assortment of publications like the Calgary Herald, VICE News, the National Post and The Globe and Mail.
I spent summer 2016 in Cologne, Germany, covering integration issues through the Arthur F. Burns fellowship. In October 2015, I completed a twelve-month reporting project on the social issues around homegrown terrorism in Canada as the Postmedia newspaper chain's 2015 Michelle Lang fellow. The series was published across Canada.
My freelance work has taken me to Russia, Ukraine and Lebanon. I've also enjoyed being part of great teams at the Calgary Herald's city department, the Montreal Gazette's copy desk and Metro News' online division. I've compiled some of my favourite work in the pages listed to the left.
The initial C is for Campbell. "With files from" is a gimmicky reference to the hundreds of collaboration bylines I've managed to net.
If you want to reach me, send me an e-mail. I look forward to chatting.