Ron Brohman received his bachelor’s degree in art and architectural history from Queen’s University, and has gained experience working as a general contractor in the construction industry. His educational background combined with hands-on work experience allows him to see unique opportunities that others don’t, transforming and readapting vacant and under-utilized urban spaces to foster new growth.
Erin Weevers received her bachelor of science in architecture from McGill University and her master of science in historic preservation from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has gained experience working in architecture firms in both Calgary and Chicago, dealing specifically with the preservation, restoration, and adaptive reuse of a range of residential and commercial heritage buildings.
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Robert Bruce received his bachelor of arts in honours communications and geography from Wilfrid Laurier University, a master of arts in communication studies from the Wilfrid Laurier University, a master of environmental studies in urban planning from the University of Waterloo, and is currently pursuing a doctor of philosophy in urban planning. His academic and professional background in planning have focused on incorporating heritage and culture into the physical and social construction of neighbourhoods, systematically assessing the visual characteristics of youthified neighbourhoods across North America, and working to facilitate the development of built-environments that support positive community health and equity. His areas of interest and specialization are in heritage construction & preservation, economic development, natural landscape processes & development, public health interventions, wellness planning, and public policy