Non-Fiction - Municipal Development and Insights

"Green Economic Development - Capturing the Economic Opportunity of the Green Energy and Economy Act." Municipal World (October 2010).

"Eco-Economics: Industrial areas don't have to be wastelands - eco-industrial parks are environmentally and financially sustainable." Renew Canada (July / August 2007).

"Stratford's Market Square." Renew Canada (March / April 2007).

"Peak Oil: A High Cost Energy Future and Municipal Infrastructure." Renew Canada (November / December 2006).

"Downloading Climate Change: Municipalities are bearing the costs of climate change." Municipal World (November 2006).

"Dream House: Greening the suburbs." Renew Canada (September / October 2006).

"A Proposal for Stratford's Cooper Site." The Local Option (July 2003)


Non-Fiction - Research

"Land-Use Change in the City of London: An Analysis of Zoning By-Law Changes and the Predominant Forces in the Land-Use Change Process" Masters of Public Administration - Major Research Report (2007).



Tales of a Festival City Hack: Stories from the underbelly of Canada's Theatre Town - eBook - Known for its Shakespearean theatre and as the home of Justin Bieber, Stratford, Ontario is place of contrasts, diverse tales and interesting characters from all walks of life. Taken from his time driving taxi in Stratford during the late-1990s, a 20-something year old Chris Rickett shares some of the city's tales collected during his late night shifts driving the city's streets. Whether it be confrontations with the police and local Thespians, to life lessons from rambling rummies, this collection of stories offers another view of Canada's theatre town and the characters that roam its streets.