Christian Pollock is a 4th-year Political Studies student at the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. He is an active member of his campus and the broader community, serving as the Vice-President of Operations and Finance for the Political Studies Students’ Association, volunteering in numerous capacities with the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union, and sitting on the Board of Directors of a local non-profit promoting all-ages music. 

He currently works at the Diefenbaker Canada Centre researching reconciliation efforts and Indigenous governance, leading educational programs on Canadian political institutions, and travelling across Saskatchewan to engage the public with Canadian history. He spent the summer and fall months of 2017 interning with the Saskatchewan Association of Immigrant Settlement and Integration Agencies and operates his own studio where he teaches music theory and percussion. 

In his spare time, Christian likes to play in various community bands, attend plays at Saskatoon’s Persephone Theatre, write non-fiction, and, of course, engage in thoughtful political discussions with his family, friends, and all else who are willing!