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Brian Grover

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Brian Grover
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Engineer.

Originally from Winnipeg, Brian Grover is a civil engineer with postgraduate degrees in water resources engineering (University of Manitoba) and business administration (London School of Economics). He spent about one-third of his career in each of three organizations: the Canadian International Development Agency in Kenya and Canada, a partner in an Ottawa consulting firm, and the World Bank in Washington, DC. After retirement, he relocated to Victoria, British Columbia where his current interests include his extended family, extensive travel, and First Nations issues.

His articles for the Manitoba Historical Society:

Hydrometric Surveys of the Nelson River in the 1960s
Manitoba History, Number 83, Spring 2017

Summer of ’64 on the Nelson River (April 2017, PDF format)

Page revised: 28 April 2017

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