Katrina Clarke

Katrina Clarke is a multimedia journalist based in Fredericton who received the 2018 Gordon Sinclair Roving Reporter Bursary. The Gordon Sinclair Roving Reporter Bursary is awarded annually to an early career journalist and funds a reporting project focused on an underreported issue in Canada or abroad. Follow Katrina on Twitter at @KatrinaAClarke.

Latest from Katrina Clarke

2 Innu communities are looking to culture, tradition and language for students' success

Community leaders and a determined team of educators at the school board are trying to help students strengthen their Innu identity through classroom lessons and time spent on the land.

What that weird dent or blotch on your nail might be saying about your health

The signs are right in front of you.

Secret money suckers: Where your money goes when you're not paying attention

Hint: your triple foam, no whip, light sugar, 2 vanilla pump latte might be the culprit.

Pot and push ups: Could cannabis be the next workout aid?

Couch potato-stigma be gone, as athletes turn to weed.

Forest bathing: A practice with roots in Japan gains a foothold in Canada

Digging into 'Shinrin-yoku', its links to health benefits and how it's practiced here

Five surprising facts about semen from a men's health expert

Semen was used to make invisible ink, in news you could never make up.

Hygge: How a Danish lifestyle philosophy can help make your winter happier

Whether overhyped or totally happening, this way of life lifestyle turned into a North American marketing opportunity.

Free the period: Why some women choose to free-bleed

There’s more to it than eschewing tampons.

What to know when shopping for natural deodorant

The skinny on your options, irritations, and how to trick odours that come back.

Everything you need to know about August's eclipse of a lifetime

A primer on why this one is a biggie and where to try to catch it!

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