As a member of the Pembina Institute’s transportation and urban solutions team, Lindsay conducts research, leads policy formulation and engages with stakeholders and partners to advocate for a cleaner transportation sector in Ontario.
Prior to joining the Institute, Lindsay was a senior consultant at a public participation firm in Quebec, where she designed and led community and stakeholder engagement processes for major infrastructure projects, including transit planning, street redesign and energy projects. She has also held roles at the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing and MMM Group, and has led and published research on rooftop solar potential in Ontario.
Lindsay is a registered planner with the Ontario Professional Planners Institute and a member of the Canadian Institute of Planners. She holds a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Queen’s University and a master’s degree in urban planning from McGill University. She is fully bilingual (French/English).
Contact Lindsay Wiginton
cell: 514-743-9244 • work: 647-478-9563 ext. 210 • tweet: @L_wig