Greg joined The Conference Board of Canada in 2002, and is currently a Principal Economist in the Canadian Alliance for Sustainable Health Care.
Greg's role is to provide quantitative analysis of the sustainability of the Canadian health care system, as well as provide economic analysis for all projects undertaken by the Canadian Alliance for Sustainable Health Care. Greg recently worked in the Centre for Municipal Studies, forecasting the economies of several census metropolitan areas in Canada. He was also involved in several custom economic and fiscal projects. While in the Centre for Municipal Studies, Greg's expertise focused on developing provincial, industrial, and regional forecasts. Greg previously worked for Enbridge Consumers Gas and General Motors Defense. Since coming to the Board in 2002, he has been featured frequently in the media.
Greg obtained his M.A. in economics from McMaster University during which time he did an internship at Industry Canada.