I'm currently a PhD candidate at Dalhousie University in the interdisciplinary PhD program. I have a master degree in library and information science and a master degree in public administration.

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Publications:
Do All Opinions Count: The Effects of Public Opinion on Fiscal Policy in Nova Scotia, Canada

This paper hopes to contribute to the discussion on the role of public participation/opinion in the creation of a just and sustainable future for cities and provinces.

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The Impact of Transnational Aid Campaigns on Public Opinion and Foreign Aid Policy: A Critical Analysis of Make Poverty History (MPH) in Canada

The paper investigates whether transnational aid campaigns have been successful in influencing public opinion and Canadian governments’ foreign aid policy.

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The Crisis Hypothesis and the Politics of Deficit Reduction in Nova Scotia: The New Democratic Party in Focus

This paper investigates whether the so called "crisis hypothesis" applies to Nova Scotia using the NDP claim that the Province will be in a financial deficit crisis by 2013.

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Published online: April 29, 2015

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