Bruce McCuaig joined the Privy Council Office as Executive Advisor on the proposed Canada Infrastructure Bank in April 2017. In this role, Bruce is supporting the work of Jim Leech, the Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on the proposed Bank, and is working as part of the Transition Office embedded in Infrastructure Canada.
Prior to his appointment as Executive Advisor, Bruce was the President and CEO of Metrolinx from 2010, where he built a team committed to transforming transportation in the GTHA, by building a strong customer service emphasis throughout the organization, delivering quality transportation services on time and on budget, and working collaboratively with our partners – all key elements to delivering on the promise of The Big Move.
Bruce began his career in public service in 1984, and has worked in areas involving land use planning and policy, municipal policy, and transportation planning, policy and operations. He spent 10 years with the Ontario Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing, and 15 years with the Ministry of Transportation, where his final role as Deputy Minister made him responsible for leading the 4,000 public servants dedicated to ensuring a safe and efficient provincial transportation system.
Bruce is on the Board of Directors the United Way of Peel Region and is a member of the Providence Healthcare Foundation Board of Directors.
He holds a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Urban and Regional Planning from Ryerson University, and a Master of Public Administration from Queen’s University.