Sheila Boudreau is a landscape architect and urban planner with a Masters of Arts (Planning) from the University of Waterloo, and undergraduate degrees in landscape architecture and fine art from the University of Guelph.
She brings over 25 years of professional practice and community service to her role as Senior Landscape Architect at Toronto and Region Conservation Authority (TRCA), where she leads the landscape architecture team.
Projects include The Meadoway, Martin Goodman Trail, and Waterfront Toronto public realm flood protection. She worked as an urban designer in City Planning, City of Toronto, initiating and co-leading innovative green infrastructure pilot projects, and the development of design guidelines and construction standards (including Green Streets Technical Guidelines). And with DTAH on projects such as Evergreen Brick Works, and the Central Waterfront Promenade.
She teaches at Ryerson University School of Urban and Regional Planning, is on the Board of Advisors for Ryerson Urban Water, and represents the Ontario Association of Landscape Architects on the Green Infrastructure Ontario Coalition steering committee.
With Landscape Architecture Canada Foundation funding, she initiated and co-leads an Indigenous youth program named ‘Nikibii Dawadinna Giigwag’ (Anishinaabemowin - Manitoulin dialect: “Healing of a Flooded Valley", in collaboration with Elder Whabagoon, the Daniels School at University of Toronto, and TRCA's Bolton Camp Project.