Author: Tristan Stewart-Robertson

Tristan Stewart-Robertson, Reporter/Directing Editor, Tomorrow

I started Tomorrow.is to create a space to attract and offer better reporting.

A native of Saint John, New Brunswick, Canada, I got my undergrad from the University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia, before receiving a post-grad diploma in journalism studies (newspaper option) from Cardiff University, Wales.

After starting my working career in 2002 at the Barrhead News, I spent three years at the Greenock Telegraph doing general, investigative and court reporting, as well as six months as news editor. During that time and subsequently I have freelanced extensively for publications in the UK, Canada, the US and India, all while based in Glasgow, Scotland.

Domino’s apologises for TV ad depicting ‘Inuit’

Pizza firm Domino’s is one of many major companies in the UK using Indigenous culture and celebration of colonialism for corporate gain.

For sale: Making a killing from Britain’s colonial crimes – Part 1

Tomorrow investigates major companies and government agencies in the UK using Indigenous culture and celebration of colonialism for corporate gain.

For sale: Making a killing from Britain’s colonial crimes – Part 2

Tomorrow investigates major companies and government agencies in the UK using Indigenous culture and celebration of colonialism for corporate gain.

For sale: Making a killing from Britain’s colonial crimes – Part 3

Tomorrow investigates major companies and government agencies in the UK using Indigenous culture and celebration of colonialism for corporate gain.

For sale: Making a killing from Britain’s colonial crimes – Part 4

Tomorrow investigates major companies and government agencies in the UK using Indigenous culture and celebration of colonialism for corporate gain.

For sale: Making a killing from Britain’s colonial crimes – Part 5

Tomorrow investigates major companies and government agencies in the UK using Indigenous culture and celebration of colonialism for corporate gain.

As Olympics begin, little progress on athlete funding or indigenous sport

Canadian athlete funding has been cut in real terms for 12 years and the government is still considering indigenous sport calls to action, a year on.

Revolutionary ideas: From Che Guevara to Bernie

Is Bernie Sanders as revolutionary as Che Guevara? Or as Margaret Thatcher? Or Homer Simpson? Or Pikachu? According to the use of Che’s image, perhaps.

The trouble with non-prescription medicines

One in five patients misuse non-prescription medicines and almost 40 per cent don’t always read instructions, finds a study from the University of Aberdeen.

‘Little girls playing’: Music industry’s gender bias

Interviews with women in music industry management described being assessed by gender, not competence and having to adjust their behaviour to fit in with men.