I'm a Professor in the Department of Geography in the Faculty of Science at the University of Winnipeg, as well as the Acting Dean of Science (thru June 2017) and the Acting Principal of the Richardson College for the Environment.
My area of expertise in Geography is climatology. My research interests include climate change and variability in Canada's prairie provinces, synoptic climatology, the classification of synoptic patterns, and natural hazards.
Check out the Prairie Climate Atlas, where you can see for yourself how the climate of the prairie provinces is projected to change in the coming decades. The atlas is a featured product of the Prairie Climate Centre (for which I am the Director of Science) in the Richardson College for the Environment.