Élise Desaulniers

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Élise Desaulniers
Born Joliette, Quebec, Canada
Residence Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Nationality Canadian
Education UQAM (B.A., Bachelor in Political Science),
Occupation Author

Elise Desaulniers is the author of the (French-language) books Vache à lait: Dix mythes de l'industrie laitière ("Cash Cow: Ten Myths about the Dairy Industry") [1] and Je mange avec ma tête: Les conséquences de nos choix alimentaires ("I Eat With My Head: The Consequences of Our Dietary Choices").[2] "Cash Cow" will be published in English by Lantern Books in September 2015. [3]

A writer and journalist, Desaulniers is also a vegan and an advocate for animal welfare. Her writings have aroused considerable controversy in Quebec, with its large dairy industry.[4][5][6][7]

Honours[edit]

2015 - Grand Prix du journalisme indépendant - opinion ou analyse, (Grand Prize of independent journalism, opinion piece)

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