Cate May Burton

Cate May Burton is a passionate educator and social-justice advocate with a particular interest in such issues as democracy, climate change and justice for Indigenous Peoples. She grew up in an activist household, which sparked her dedication to making a better world. She has a deep love of reading, learning and meaningful conversation. Cate holds a master’s degree in women and gender studies from Mount Saint Vincent University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Mi'kmaq territory. She continued her studies at the Social Justice Institute at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver on xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) territory. At the time of writing this book, Cate was studying education at the University of British Columbia. She lives in Vancouver.

Books by Cate May Burton

This nonfiction biography introduces middle-grade readers to Elizabeth May. The story of her lifelong environmental and political activism will inspire the next generation.
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