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Danielle Paradis

Journalist and Educator

Danielle Paradis is a member of the Manitoba Métis Federation and an award-winning Indigenous magazine writer, journalist, editor, educator, podcaster and mentor who lives in Treaty 6 (Edmonton, Alberta). 

She has written for both local and international audiences. You can read (or hear) her work at Aboriginal Peoples Television (APTN), Canadaland, Macleans, Chatelaine, The Walrus, Toronto Star (Edmonton). . Danielle covers politics, arts and culture, and Indigenous Issues. 

She has taught journalism, focusing on advanced reporting and reporting on diverse communities at MacEwan University and Humber College. She has also worked for a non-profit, Indigenous Friends Association, that focuses on connecting traditional knowledge and digital technology for Indigenous youth. 

Her latest work is a six episode podcast on the High Arctic called The Place that Thaws. You can listen on your favourite podcast app. 


  • Panel C: Indigenous Data Sovereignty and Trust (Saturday, April 13 - 11:10 a.m.)

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