Official website of award-winning Canadian journalist
Author, Journalist, Podcast Host
2020 Pacemaker Award
Associated Collegiate Press Pacemaker Award for Multimedia Story of the Year (BAD BLOOD)
2020 ALBERTA WEEKLY NEWSPAPERS ASSOCIATION AWARDS
Excellence in Education Writing
Best Environmental Writing
New multimedia project unveiled
2020 Pacemaker Award Finalist for Multimedia Story of the Year.
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COMIC BOOK WRITER
I just wanted to send you a warm thanks for such a great article in City View. It was beautifully written and you captured exactly what was crucial and important.
VERONIC DOYLE, FRENCH IMMERSION TEACHER
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TANDY BALSON, AIRDRIE AUTHOR
Nathan Woolridge is a Calgary-based journalist with a Bachelor of Communications (Major in Journalism and a minor in Political Science).
At Mount Royal University, he has been published by the program’s Calgary Journal and the student association’s Reflector. Nathan had an opportunity to work as a summer editor with the Calgary Journal and gain experience working with professors; editing and writing numerous stories for online and print publication.
His stories are typically profiles and issues; mostly politics and current events. He has covered other areas, such as sports and cultural stories. Nathan has studied the news, information design, visual story-telling (photography and video), audio story-telling, and print/online articles.
Nathan Woolridge has a background in political science and contemporary political analysis for Canada, Alberta, and the United States. If you would like to invite Nathan on your show to provide analysis, please contact him through this website.
Issues affecting Black, Indigenous, People of Colour, LGBTQ2S+ are all important to Nathan Woolridge as a journalist and political analyst. Nathanis working to dedicate more time to educating himself and learning more about supporting diversity in our society.
The Red Mile Podcast reaches thousands of people through social media and on podcast platforms. The podcast was founded by Nathan Woolridge and his brother Cameron in 2018 and it continues to provide news for hockey fans in Calgary.