Andre Fecteau is a journalist based in Cairo, Egypt. His work has been published by IRIN, Postmedia News, the Canadian Geographic, Egypt Independent (formerly Al-Masry Al-Youm English), Business Today, Prairies North, Frontline Security, and Trenz. Following is a selection of published stories.

Fears of rising malnutrition amid increasing poverty (IRIN, 9 March 2012)
Between his debt and back problems, earning enough to feed his wife and children, aged two months to 16 years, has been a real challenge. “I don’t find enough food because there’s no more work,” he said (…)
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Northern ice road realities (Prairies North, Winter 2011)
The drama of Saskatchewan’s northern ice roads isn’t what you find on reality television, perhaps. But the roads are a unique place from which to observe the effects of the province’s resource industry (…)
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Returnees struggle to survive (IRIN, 2 November 2011)
Months after he left Tripoli because of civil unrest in Libya, El Badri Mahrous Mohammed still finds himself struggling to make ends meet in his native Egypt (…)
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Egyptians divided as trial begins for ex-president Mubarak (Ottawa Citizen, 3 August 2011)
There was one major topic on the minds of Egyptians as they broke the Ramadan fast Wednesday night: the fate of Hosni Mubarak, whose trial opened Wednesday morning with the ailing former dictator lying on a hospital bed in a steel cage in the courtroom (…)
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Giving hope to Aboriginal youth (Frontline Security, Summer 2009)
Aware of the trends, and faced with poor relations with Aboriginal communities, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) joined forces and created the Integrated Support Services United in 2003 (…)
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