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Michelle Armstrong Principal & Senior Planner, Northern Futures Planning, MCIP., RPP

Michelle has over 19 years of professional experience in 5 provinces and 2 territories across Canada, including over 12 years professional planning experience in a more northern context.  Michelle strives to achieve excellence in all the community and regional planning processes in which she is involved.  She understands the importance of hearing local values, needs, aspirations and concerns and contextualizing these with local conditions related to governance structures, natural environment, social and family wellbeing, economic development and cultural heritage.

She has delivered projects to diverse public and private sector clients with varying needs and aspirations, effectively communicating available policy approaches to achieving desired futures.  In all her projects, she embraces a strong ethic of client collaboration, team empowerment and community involvement.



Break-out Session 4: Planning with Communities-Planning for Climate Change

Wednesday, February 17, 2016.   3:30 – 5:00

Additional Speakers