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Jane McIntyre
 
Jane McIntyre
Senior Economist, Centre for Municipal Studies

Jane is responsible for the economic forecasts of six Canadian CMAs: St. John’s, Halifax, Saint John, Toronto, Oshawa and Hamilton. She also conducts custom research such as the Housing Sector Outlook and a Condo Market Outlook, by provinces and CMAs for specific clients. In the past Jane has provided General Motors of Canada with a detail car and truck outlook, for Canada and the provinces.

Jane has also provided both internal and external clients with “Eviews” training. Eviews is the software package used for econometric modelling at the Conference Board. Clients have included the Government of New Brunswick and the Ukraine Ministry of Finance.

Jane holds an M.A. from McMaster University and B. Comm (Hons. Economics) from Saint Mary’s University.

Robin Wiebe
 
Robin Wiebe
Senior Economist, Centre for Municipal Studies

Robin is a contributor to the regular municipal forecasts. He also co-authors housing reports for external clients. Previously, Robin was a market analyst with the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation for 19 years, serving in Thunder Bay, Windsor, Ontario and Ottawa. His expertise on the housing market was well-respected by both internal and external clients and earned him the position of CMHC spokesperson for the media.

Robin holds a B.A. in Economics from Wilfrid Laurier University and a M.A. Economics from the University of Guelph.

Christopher Heschl
 
Christopher Heschl
Senior Economist I, Centre for Municipal Studies

Christopher Heschl is an economist with the Centre for Municipal Studies. He is responsible for monitoring and forecasting the economies of five census metropolitan areas: Vancouver, Victoria, and Abbotsford-Mission in British Columbia as well as London and Kingston in Ontario. Christopher also works on custom economic research projects. Prior to working at the Conference Board, he was intern with Klahanie Research, where he worked on a historical research project for the Fort Langley National Heritage Site.

Christopher holds an M.A. in Economics from Queen's University and a B.A. in Economics and History from the University of British Columbia.

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