Bradley Archambault
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Bradley Archambault

Principal, BA

Contact Bradley:

(343) 540-6070

Bradley Archambault is a Principal at DPRA Canada. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and a diploma in Social Sciences. Bradley brings with him several years of experience in policy development and advisory services. Previously the Director of Policy and Planning with the Department of Education (Government of Nunavut), he was responsible for the review and development of policy documents (statutes, regulations and directives) within the department. Bradley was also integral in the development of the department’s business plan, business cases and other strategic planning activities.


Having also served as Legislation Analyst for many years, he was the project lead on numerous legislative projects, entailing the review and drafting of statutes and regulations. This role required Bradley to be a very effective facilitator and to be involved in a broad range of consultative activities with partners and stakeholders, allowing him to hone his skills and expertise in this area. He also was an Adult Educator with Nunavut Arctic College in Pangnirtung. Having lived and worked in Nunavut for many years, Bradley is acutely aware of the circumstances associated with life in the North, and has extensive firsthand experience working with Inuit organizations and people.

Bradley has been the policy advisor and writer for a series of DPRA assignments for various departments with the Government of Nunavut, including the review/amendment of statutes/regulations, funding formulae, policy and procedures. He has also prepared discussion and options papers on a range of topics.