Sunday 05/15/2016 - Wednesday 05/18/2016
Le Centre Sheraton Montréal

QC, Chair, CAMPUT and Chair
Alberta Utilities Commission
Willie Grieve has extensive experience in utility regulatory reform, price regulation and competition policy development. He brought 25 years of experience to his role when he became the first permanent chair of the Alberta Utilities Commission on February 1, 2008. Immediately prior to his appointment to the Alberta Utilities Commission, Mr. Grieve was the vice-president of regulatory affairs with TELUS Corp., where he oversaw the firm’s regulatory policies and played a significant role in the regulatory evolution of Canada’s telecommunications sector. Earlier, Mr. Grieve practised law in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, concentrating on public utility and telecommunications regulation and competition policy as well as construction law. Mr. Grieve is a graduate of Carleton University in political science and the University of Saskatchewan College of Law. He is a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan and the Law Society of Alberta, and received an Alberta QC designation in 2012. He was also recently elected, in 2014, as the chair of CAMPUT. Mr. Grieve is a former professional musician, is active as a community volunteer and currently serves as a member of the board of governors of MacEwan University.