Nicole Hill is a PhD student in the sociology department at the University of Alberta and was a research assistant from 2016 to 2018 at Parkland Institute. She is a graduate of Athabasca University's Master of Arts in Integrated Studies program where she focused on equity studies. Nicole's current research is on maternity care experiences.
Indigenous Gendered Experiences of Work in an Oil-Dependent, Rural Alberta Communityresearch | Feb 21, 2019
This report aims to help address knowledge gaps about the lived experiences of Indigenous working families in the oil industry and how working conditions impact families and gender relations by presenting a case study of the oil-dependent community of Wabasca.
How gender and race shape experiences of work in Alberta’s oil industryblog | Jun 27, 2017
Alberta's oil industry is held up as one of the province's main source of "good jobs," but how the sector is experienced by those who work in it varies greatly based on gender and race.
Ten things to know about Indigenous people and resource extraction in Albertablog | Jun 21, 2017
To mark National Aboriginal Day, this blog for the Corporate Mapping Project looks at how Indigenous rights and issues interact with the oil industry and the provincial government in Alberta.