Born in Regina, Saskatchewan, Raquel Fletcher is a television reporter and the author. The autobiographical book, The Year I Turned 25 is a series of humorous and touching misadventures during a yearlong project to take daily inventive selfies.
Who Belongs in Quebec? Identity Politics in a Changing Society is her second book, a non-fiction examination of the ongoing debate about secularism and religious symbols in Quebec and whether Quebecers are less tolerant than other Canadians?
In the beginning of her career, she worked as a freelance journalist and photographer in Africa. She worked for Global News in Regina until she moved to Quebec City as Global’s National Assembly Correspondent.