Meredith Dault has written for the Globe and Mail, the Chronicle Herald, the Coast, Green Living, Eco Options, Canadian Art, Border Crossings, and Words and Music, among many other publications.  Her writing has also been published online at Sympatico/MSN, Yahoo Canada, Best Health and Reader’s Digest (Canada)

Meredith's work has also been heard across Canada on CBC radio, on national programs including Sounds Like Canada, and in Halifax on Mainstreet and Information Morning.  

In 2006, Meredith won the Emera Prize for Journalism Excellence at the Atlantic Journalism Awards. She also contributed to two gold medal wins at the 2009 Atlantic Journalism Awards -- for a feature called "People We Love" in Progress magazine, and for CBC Radio's coverage of the forest fire in Spryfield, Nova Scotia. 

As comfortable behind the camera as she is in front of it, Meredith has done on-camera work for Intelligent Television, has been a studio guest on MTV Live (Canada), Global Television's The Morning Show and has been featured on TV Ontario's Studio 2.  She has also produced numerous short films and videos. 

In 2003 she founded the One Minute Film and Video Festival in Toronto, for which she served as director until 2008, and currently sits on the programming committee at the Centre for Art Tapes and on the curatorial committee at the Atlantic Filmmakers Cooperative. 

She also has extensive experience working with both commercial and public art institutions, most notably as an associate director with Odon Wagner Gallery and Odon Wagner Contemporary (2000-2005) and as a special projects coordinator with the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

Meredith holds degrees (both with distinction) in Film and Video Production (BFA) from York University (Toronto) and Journalism (BJ) from the University of King’s College (Halifax), and also spent an academic year studying at the University of Northumbria in Newcastle, England. 

Born and raised in Toronto, Ontario, Meredith has also lived in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and in Germany and Ireland. She is currently based in Kingston, Ontario where she is pursuing her Master's degree in Cultural Studies at Queen's University. She blogs for the School of Graduate Studies at Queen's here. She also writes a blog called The Last Triangle: Sex, Money and the Politics of Pubic Hair as part of her thesis work.

















































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