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Lauren Kaljur

Lauren Kaljur is a multimedia journalist specializing in environmental, economic and Indigenous affairs. As a News21 fellow, she uncovered stories about water contamination in Indigenous communities across the United States, with multimedia content published in various U.S. outlets. Her contributions as an investigative reporter for the national collaborative project, the Price of Oil, appeared in the Toronto Star, National Observer and Global News. Before her role at Discourse, Lauren reported for the Yukon News, CBC and Arctic Deeply. Lauren is an avid photographer, videographer and audiophile, carrying a Master of Journalism degree from the University of British Columbia.