Brandi Morin is an award-winning Cree/Iroquois/French journalist from Treaty 6 territory in Alberta. For the last 10 years Brandi has specialized in sharing Indigenous stories, some of which helped spark change and reconciliation in Canada’s political, cultural and social landscapes.
Her most notable work has appeared in publications and on networks including Ricochet, National Geographic, Al Jazeera English, the Guardian, VICE, ELLE Canada, the Toronto Star, the New York Times, Huffpost, Indian Country Today Media Network, the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network National News, and CBC Indigenous.
Brandi has won a number of major awards for her journalism (including an Edward R. Murrow award for investigative journalism, a Digital Publishing Award for outstanding feature reporting and a Human Rights Reporting award from the Canadian Association of Journalists for her work with the CBC’s Beyond 94 project tracking the progress of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action.
Her debut memoir, Our Voice of Fire, was published by House of Anansi in 2022 and has won a number of literary awards.