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 to know when shopping for natural deodorant

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

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

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!

The cure for the basic wedding

From brunches to weddings on Tuesdays, tips to make your wedding actually unlike the rest.

We've got your summer adventure fix right here

Get outdoors — and out of your comfort zone — in these Canadian hotspots

Wigs, tattoos, stamps: The bizarre techniques we're using to enhance our brows

Which of these steps would you take to perfect your brow game?

Divorce selfies, conscious uncoupling and the rise of the amicable divorce

How couples today are splitting happily ever after.

Women's orgasms are even more fascinating than we fathomed

Ooohing and ahhhing over just what happens to women during the big O

Could these trends in period products mark the demise of tampons and pads?

This Canadian company wants to make period woes a non-issue

Refugee causes face marketing challenges here in Canada, too, say experts

Why procuring donation dollars is difficult for charities.

Tattoos you can "hear" are thing now, and we may see more body tech experimentation soon

Would you get a tattoo that lets you play back the sound of your love’s voice forever?

Bike raves: BC's phenomenal dance parties that take place on neon-lit wheels

They’re happening as far as Melbourne and Auckland, but Vancouver is the rumoured birthplace

The case for getting naked this summer

Remind us why this isn't a great idea again?

The top 5 extreme wedding trends you just might see this summer

"We have a couple kicking off their dance with stilt walkers dressed as robots that shoot lasers..."