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Corwin Cambray


(MScPl 1999)
City Planner, City of Toronto

Corwin Cambray is the Manager of Strategic Initiatives in Toronto’s City Planning Division where he leads an interdisciplinary team in developing proactive planning frameworks to shape growth across Toronto and leverage infrastructure investment for local community benefit. Corwin has held various urban planning positions with the City of Toronto, including as Program Manager in the Office of the Chief Planner where he played a lead role in delivering City Planning’s first strategic plan, and aligning operating and capital budgets with divisional priorities. Corwin began his career with the provincial government.

Currently in his fifth year on the UTAA Board, Corwin serves as Chair of the College of Electors and previously served on the College from 2010 to 2013, including two years on its Executive Committee. Corwin also served on the Planning Alumni Committee of the University of Toronto Association of Geography Alumni from 2002 to 2010. Under his leadership, PAC introduced several student-focused initiatives including professional development seminars and mentoring, as well as significant fundraising campaigns. Corwin’s contributions were recognized with an Arbor Award (2010) as well as the Honorary President Award (2009) and Outstanding Service Award (2005) from the UTGA.

Along with his Master of Science in Planning from the University of Toronto, Corwin holds a Bachelor of Arts Honours from Queen’s University and a graduate Diploma in Public Administration from Western University. He is a Member of the Canadian Institute of Planners and a Registered Professional Planner with Ontario Professional Planners Institute.