Barry Stemshorn

Barry’s distinguished 32-year career in federal public service included serving as assistant deputy minister for the Environmental Protection Service of Environment Canada.

Barry has served as a consultant and expert advisor, while his photos have been exhibited and sold to support a number of non-governmental organizations. He and his wife donated 250 acres of land to the Nature Conservancy of Canada to create the Litchfield Lake Wetlands Reserve in Quebec. He was awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee and Diamond Jubilee Medals for his contributions to Canada.


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