A letter from the co-founders
To Our Readers,
The Canadian government grows in importance every day.
This potential for overreach impacts Canadians of every race, ethnicity, and creed.
At The Post Millennial, our mission is simple: To accurately and adequately report Canadian news events as they unfold and progress, and to share this reporting with as many Canadians and citizens of the world as possible.
Due to our open, honest and straightforward approach to reporting, we like to refer to ourselves as, “Your Reasonable Alternative.”
Every Canadian deserves access to accurate information, whether they’re part of an immigrant family running a small business, or a tenacious oil worker in Alberta.
If you love this country, its unified diversity and the opportunities it provides, we aspire to be your voice.
Matthew Azrieli & Ali S. Taghva
About The Post Millennial
Founded in 2017, The Post Millennial has become one of Canada’s fastest growing news corporations. It is owned and operated by the Après le Millénaire / The Post Millennial Corporation, located at 5369 Queen Marie, Montreal, H3X 1V1.
At The Post Millennial, we strive to deliver the news to you as it unfolds, ensuring that you never fall behind on the current or trending news.
With a particular verve for equality in thought, The Post Millennial provides various reports on today’s issues such as Canadian politics, business, local provincial news, analysis coverage and opinion pieces.
To best deliver the news to you, The Post Millennial employs a dedicated team of journalists, podcast hosts, and video creators.
Matthew Azrieli – Chief Executive Officer
Matthew is based out of Montreal, where he manages corporate growth.
Ali Taghva – Editor-In-Chief
Ali is based in Toronto and Montreal and manages the site’s content across all verticals.
Jeff Ballingall – Chief Marketing Officer
Jeff is based in Toronto and specializes in user growth, advertising, and digital media distribution.
Barrett Wilson is a former social justice crusader. He writes for Quillette, Standpoint, The Federalist, and Areo, and is an editor of the satire site The Swift.
Graeme has previously been published in The Toronto Sun, Canadaland, National Post, CBC, True North, and Loonie Politics.
Jason Unrau – Parliament Hill Reporter
For nearly 20 years Jason has reported from Canada’s hinterland to its capital, writing about the people and events that shape this country for The Whitehorse Star, Northern News, The Canadian Press, CBC, National Post, Report on Business magazine, Maclean’s and others. Jason is also a regular contributor to C2C Journal.
Roberto Wakerell-Cruz – Montreal Reporter
Born and raised in Windsor, Ontario, Roberto relocated to Montreal at the age of 20. His writing reflects the intersection of culture and politics.
Siddak Ahuja – Montreal Columnist
Siddak is a student at McGill University studying Political Science & International Development. His interests include socialist and conservative political theory, international relations, and free speech
Travis Gladue – Edmonton Reporter
Travis is a tireless advocate for the rights of band members and works with First Nations people across the country to help improve their local government. In his work as a weekly columnist at The Post Millennial, Travis seeks to highlight important Indigenous issues that fail to receive mainstream coverage.
Libby Emmons – Contributor
Libby is a writer and theatre-maker in Brooklyn, New York. She is the co-founder of the Sticky short play series, and blogs the story of her life at li88yinc.com.
Yaakov Pollak – Photographer
Yanky works as a freelance photographer and enjoys shooting guns as much as he likes cameras. He has also worked on political campaigns, running for a local election in the Montreal area in 2018.
J.E Oakley – Video Producer
Originally from the U.K. James has moved to Montreal from Shanghai. He has been performing comedy and editing video and film for almost a decade.
Our site also maintains a broad base of freelancers and content contributors outside of our full-time team, which produce a significant amount of the site’s content.
If you would like to submit content or pitch, contact us.
Why and how we report stories
Our process for reporting
We make sure that our sources are verifiable and trustworthy from multiple accounts, and gather a substantial amount of information before we place something online. Before each story we ultimately publish we ask ourselves: Is this story newsworthy? Are we telling the whole story? Are our sources reputable, credible, and transparent? How can we be informative and fair? Only after we are satisfied that we have created something worth publishing and had it reviewed by editors do we publish the piece.
A lot of news companies won’t admit this, but we make mistakes sometimes. Sometimes we find out something that we believed to be true was utterly false. Sometimes we write something that could have had more poise. Sometimes we aren’t as unbiased as we’d like. We’ve grown a lot since we were founded and continue to work on our journalism skills in an effort to be the best reporters that we can be. We don’t take reporting the news lightly, it colours how people see important issues and can be a medium that enhances community or divides it. Our goal is to inform people of what is happening in their communities and strengthen the bond between people when they agree and to encourage thought-proking dialogue when they disagree.