Gabriel Duguay

Independent Concentration in Indigenous Studies, Class of 2022
Certificates in Environmental Studies, Humanistic Studies, and History and Practice of Diplomacy




Gabriel (Gab) Duguay is a rising junior pursuing an Independent Concentration in Indigenous Studies. He is originally from Truro, Nova Scotia, and has both Mi’kmaq and Settler Ancestry. Gab is keenly interested in Indigenous Issues, and has worked as a policy analyst for the Assembly of First Nations, received a RISE grant from the Pace Center to work on Native American and US African-American access to higher education, and works on Indigenous Community outreach for the Canadian Student Debating Federation. His research explores Indigenous fishing rights in Canada, Australia and New Zealand.

Selected Publications