Rebecca McFadgen is a recent Political Science MA graduate from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia. During her studies, Rebecca developed a keen interest in Aboriginal rights, environmental issues and maritime security. Rebecca's Master's thesis examines the impacts of the Canadian federal and provincial governments' duty to consult on the empowerment of First Nations communities in sustainable resource development decisions. She also holds a BA with Honours in French and Political Science from Dalhousie and completed her undergraduate thesis in French on the unique political situation of Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon.
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The Crimean Tatars and the Indigenous Peoples of Quebec: Similarities In the Face of Separation

Building on last week’s article “The Tatar Question”, Rebecca McFadgen identifies connections between the Crimean Tatars and the indigenous peoples of Quebec.