Vicki McCulloch
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Vicki McCulloch

Principal, BSc, MES, RPP

Contact Vicki:

(613) 478-2020

Vicki McCulloch is a Principal with DPRA Canada, and has over 30 years’ experience in her field. She has provided strong leadership and consulting services across Canada’s North, including the Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon and northern parts of Ontario, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. She has a Master’s in Environmental Studies from York University with a specialty in environmental planning, and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Biology and Environmental Science from Trent University. Vicki is a Registered Professional Planner (RPP).


Vicki is active in the Socio-Economic Research and Assessment practice; she has worked on environmental assessments of projects in the mining, energy (oil and gas, electricity), transportation, and waste management sectors, and Canada’s siting process for the management of used nuclear fuel. Her extensive experience, includes development of fair and practical impact management programs for resource development and environmental management initiatives. Vicki has performed peer reviews of social impact assessments, and provided expert evidence and hearing support for various administrative tribunals.


Vicki is also involved in DPRA Canada’s Environment and Resource Management service area, which includes assignments related to regional land use planning, resource management, and regional cumulative effects assessment, monitoring and management frameworks. Her project experience has also included the development of partnerships, plans and programs; preparation of governance frameworks/structures, guidelines and policies; various regulatory review/reform initiatives; and providing advice to senior levels of government. Her work is often conducted in the context of federal, provincial or territorial environmental assessment processes or land claim implementation frameworks. Many assignments involve working with Indigenous communities and organizations. She has proven skills in designing engagement/ consultation processes, and the facilitation of meetings and workshops with Indigenous communities, various levels of government, industry and non-governmental organizations.