Laurence MiallCommunications Manager

Portrait of Laurence Miall

Laurence is communications manager for our policy work dedicated to reducing emissions from Canada's heavy industrial sectors. He is primarily focused on our oil and gas and clean electricity files. Alongside a team of communications leads, he works with Pembina Institute staff to ensure their research and analysis reaches policymakers, business leaders and the wider public. 

He has over two decades of experience in communications and leadership in a number of sectors, including not-for-profits, charities, foundations, agencies, and companies in Canada and the United States. He served as director of communications for the McConnell Foundation in Montreal and previously held communications positions with Concordia University and McGill University. He has also worked for the Government of Alberta and the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

Laurence has a bachelor of arts in political science and French from the University of Alberta. He is fluent in both English and French and is an avid writer, having contributed to Jacobin, Alberta Views, The Edmonton Journal, and The Montreal Gazette, and is the author of the novel Blind Spot (NeWest Press).

Based in Edmonton, Laurence enjoys walking, e-scootering or cycling his neighbourhood with his family, and cheering for Liverpool Football Club and, naturally, the Edmonton Oilers.

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