Sector Experience:


Managing Director, Manitoba

Michael has worked for the Manitoba Progressive Conservative Caucus as their policy analyst on fiscal and economic issues. This work included helping develop the parties 2016 election platform. After the 2016 provincial election, which delivered the most seats in the province’s history, Michael worked as the Special Assistant (Chief of Staff) to the Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade. While there he helped Manitoba join the New West Partnership and pass significant labour reforms. After leaving the provincial legislature Michael led policy and advocacy activities for two different 2,000 plus member industry associations in Winnipeg. 

Currently Michael serves on the board of the Manitoba Association of Business Economists. He is also a member of the Manitoba Chamber of Commerce’s policy committee and a graduate of Leadership Winnipeg. Michael is a graduate of Brandon University with a degree in political science and a minor in economics. After graduation, Michael was one of six interns selected for the Manitoba Legislative Assembly’s Internship Program.

In the winter Michael enjoys playing hockey, while in the summer he is doing his best to try and figure out the game of golf.

Serving clients in AB, SK and MB.

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At Prairie Sky Strategy we develop the strategy to bridge the gap between where your organization is today, and where you want it to be tomorrow. 

You have growth objectives. You may have regulatory challenges. You may be headquartered in another jurisdiction and need “boots on the ground” in-market providing local insights, analysis and execution. That’s where Prairie Sky comes in.  

We assist local, national and international organizations to identify barriers to success, and develop and implement a strategic roadmap to capitalize on the endless opportunities in Western Canada and beyond.

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