As an award-winning journalist, Cori has travelled around the world telling stories for a wide-variety of international newspapers, magazines, TV and radio networks. From the slums of Rio de Janeiro, to the plight of First Nations foster kids in British Columbia, to the Academy Awards in Los Angeles, Cori has written everything from hard news and feature stories to personal essays and memoirs.
Her writing style has educated and entertained readers through thousands of stories. Versatile and creative, Cori has been published in major publications including the New York Times, Huffington Post, Maclean’s, Chatelaine, Reader’s Digest, Conde Nast Traveler and The Independent, among others. She was a staff reporter for The National Post and spent many years as a producer and reporter for CBC Television and Radio in both Washington, DC and Vancouver. She has lived in Costa Rica and in Chile as a foreign correspondent. And she has published a best-selling anthology Between Interruptions: Thirty Women Tell the Truth about Motherhood, which to this day continues to connect and inspire mothers.
When Cori’s not organizing writing retreats, she’s writing for entrepreneurs, businesses and publications on stories that capture her imagination.
Celebrating my Daughter’s Coming of Age. Washington Post. October, 2016.
It’s Not Safe to Run Alone. I Do it Anyway. Washington Post. September, 2016.
I Threw My Daughter a First Moon Party. Your Tango. September, 2016.
Golden Moments: Back on the tourist trail after 20 years, Yangon offers a new generation a wonderful taste of Myanmar’s culture and history. Silkroad Magazine. January, 2013.
She Isn’t Sexy. She’s Seven. New York Times Online. Motherlode. July, 2012.
It’s a Cow. No, it’s a Goat. Experiments in Farming for City Kids. Huffington Post Parents. August, 2012.
Inside Canada’s First Breast Milk Bank. Best Health Magazine. August, 2010.
His Big, Fat Diet. An aboriginal community finds a low-carb mix of modern and traditional foods can boost their health. Reader’s Digest. March, 2009.
Saving James. One mother’s quest to change the system of mental health in Canada.
Today’s Parent. June, 2009.
The steep price of becoming a ‘dollar mommy.‘ Globe and Mail. April, 2009.
Birds of play: Roaming with Raptors & the ancient art of falconry. Canadian Geographic. October, 2008.
Invasion of the nanny snatchers. Globe and Mail. July, 2007.
Stealing Home: First Nations are taking back children that were fostered out by over-zealous government agencies. But what happens when those children don’t want to go home? Vancouver Magazine. October, 2003. Winner of Western Magazine Awards.