Jeremy Klaszus is a freelance journalist based in Calgary, Alberta.

A generalist who writes on topics ranging from urban design to baseball, Jeremy has won two National Magazine Awards and numerous regional awards. He has contributed to the Globe and Mail, CBC, Monocle, The Walrus, Swerve, Canadian Geographic, Reader’s Digest and National Geographic Traveler. He writes a weekly city column for Metro Calgary.

Jeremy ghost wrote legendary western singer Ian Tyson’s bestselling memoir, The Long Trail: My Life in the West (Random House Canada).

He is a member of the Society for American Baseball Research and writes a monthly(ish) baseball newsletter called Quick Pitch.

You can email Jeremy at and find him on Twitter at @klaszus.


Car-free but not carefree
(Swerve, April 2016)

After tumult of war, deaf Syrian family finds peace in Canada
(UNHCR, March 2016)

Come Fly With Me
(Monocle, February 2016)

Last Person Standing: When the Axe Falls in Your Office
(CBC, December 2015)

A Fan’s Field Notes: The Montana Baseball Road Trip
(Swerve, August 2015)

Canada’s First Fused-Grid Neighbourhood
(Canadian Geographic, June 2015)

The New Kings of Bridgeland: Two Sons Revive The Family Corner Store
(Swerve, March 2014)