Danielle Cherpako is an MA candidate in the Department of Political Studies at the University of Manitoba. Danielle’s research interests include Canadian foreign policy, Arctic and Northern policy, the use of sanctions, and the use of truth commissions. Her MA thesis will explore Canada’s use of Magnitsky Law sanctions under the Justice for Victims of Corrupt Foreign Officials Act. Danielle has received a University of Manitoba Graduate Fellowship Award and a Murray and Muriel Smith Fellowship Award to support her studies.
Danielle has conducted community- based research with Misipawistik Cree Nation as part of a fellowship with the Samuel Centre and has worked as a research assistant with the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. Danielle has also worked and volunteered with the Canadian International Council Winnipeg Branch. She is currently working as a Policy Officer with Transport Canada’s Prairie and Northern Region.
She continues to research the implications of Russia’s military versatility in the Arctic for Canada, the US, and allies.
- Event Report: Advancing Collaboration in Canada- US Arctic Regional Security (ACCUSARS) Workshop Report, September 2020
- Policy Primer: What is Russia Doing in the Arctic? Documenting Russian Military Actions in the North between 2014 – 2020, by Danielle Cherpako, August 2020, Annex of the data set (Zoom to view)