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Miranda Monosky Research Assistant and Online Knowledge Exchange Coordinator

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Miranda is a Research Assistant and Online Knowledge Exchange Coordinator for At Home in the North and is responsible for organizing Partnership-wide knowledge-sharing activities. She is a recent graduate from Memorial University, where she completed a MA in Geography under the supervision of Dr. Arn Keeling. Her Masters thesis explored how and whether Indigenous Knowledge is applied to mine remediation plans in northern Canada, and how different levels of government in Nunavik are regulating the social and economic aspects of mine closure. She is originally from British Columbia, where she lived on Stó:lō and Chi’yaqtel territory for most of her life and completed a BA in Geography at the University of the Fraser Valley.