Alison Stewart

Alison Stewart

Manager of Strategic Planning, Fraser Valley Regional District

Alison is a Registered Professional Planner with a Master of City Planning degree from the University of Manitoba.

Alison carries out a range of duties related to strategic planning; policy analysis; demographics; regional transit planning; affordable housing and homelessness; climate change and Regional Growth Strategy administration. One of her roles is to brief the FVRD Board, Regional and Corporate Services Committee and senior staff on significant public issues and recommend actions.

Prior to working at the FVRD, Alison was a community planner at the City of Abbotsford. As a strategic planner, she keeps an eye out for trends or issues that may impact the Region and its member municipalities in both the short and long term.



Sessions with this Speaker

Spotlight: Clean Economy Opportunities in BC’s Fraser Valley

Located immediately adjacent to Metro Vancouver, the Fraser Valley is British Columbia’s third largest metropolitan region. In 2018, the Fraser Valley’s clean economy was valued at $1.17 billion, underpinned by an agriculture sector that is one of the most productive and diversified in Canada.

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Vern May Economic Development Manager, City of Abbotsford
Stacey Crawford Economic Development Officer, District of Mission
Raymond Szabada President and Chief Executive Officer, i-Open Group and Chairman of the Board, XLRator
Lenore Newman Director of the Food and Agriculture Institute, University of the Fraser Valley
Alison Stewart Manager of Strategic Planning, Fraser Valley Regional District
Jason Lum Chair, Fraser Valley Regional District
Greg Cross Director of Public Works, Housing and Custodial, Seabird Island Band