Angela Sterritt

Angela Sterritt is an award winning Gitxsan journalist, artist and writer, from British Columbia. Her reports have appeared in the Globe and Mail, CBC’s flagship program The National, CBC’s The Current, and various other national and local news and current affairs programs in Canada. Sterritt was recently awarded a writers residency at the Banff Center of the Arts where she wrote alongside esteemed mentor authors Joseph Boyden, Cherie Dimaline and Waubgeshig Rice. She also recently completed a prestigious William Southam Journalism Fellowship at Massey College in Toronto and is the first Indigenous person of Canada ever to receive the award in the program’s 54-year history. She is currently writing a book about missing and murdered Indigenous women, girls and two-spirit people in Canada.