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Joseph Quesnel

Joseph Quesnel is a policy analyst at the Frontier Centre for Public Policy who focuses on aboriginal matters among many other things. He is from the Sudbury region of Northern Ontario, and has Metis ancestry from Quebec.

He graduated from McGill University in 2001, majoring in political science and history. He specialised in Canadian and American politics, with an emphasis on constitutional law.

In 2004, he completed a master of journalism degree at Carleton University in Ottawa, where he specialised in political reporting. For two years, he covered House standing committees, as well as Senate committees. His career in journalism includes several stints at community newspapers in Northern Ontario, including Sudbury and Espanola. He also completed internships at CFRA 580 AM, a talk radio station in Ottawa and the Cable Public Affairs Channel. He writes a weekly column in the Winnipeg Sun and contributes to the Taxpayer, the flagship publication of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation.


Disrobing the Aboriginal industry
Indigenous Affairs - 4/03/2009 - 18 comments
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