Campbell Scientific Canada’s success is directly attributable to the diverse team of 85+ experts who bring a wealth of experience, innovative ideas, and passion to work each and every day. And it's because of the strength and efforts of our team that we’ve become an industry leader in system design, service, support, integration, calibration, and training to ensure we meet the unique needs of each and every client, just like you.

Leading our diverse group of employees is our Executive Management Team:

 

Brian Day, CEO

Glenn Bosch, President 

Carl de Leeuw, Vice President, Business Development

Mike Burton, Director of Sales and Marketing

Nicholas Celiz, Director of Operations

Alain Gagnon, Director of Engineering

Jules Paquette, General Manager, WeatherBrain

 

Interested in working with our team? Visit our Careers page to view our available positions.


Campbell Scientific Canada has continued to grow and change over the past 40 years. Here are some of our corporate highlights over the years:  

 

 1978   

 Campbell Scientific Canada (CSC) officially begins operations in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada with just a small team of employees 

 1981 

 In response to strong growth, CSC opens its first repair and servicing facility

 1986 

 To improve our delivery times, CSC begins manufacturing sensors and peripherals in its very own production facility

 1988 

 CSC secures the rights to manufacture an ultrasonic snow depth sensor from Environment Canada - our SR50/SR50A

 2007 

 CSC earns its ISO 9001:2008 Certification demonstrating our commitment to continually improving operational efficiency

 2011 

 CSC designs its first low-power digital outdoor camera for remote monitoring, the CC5MPX

 2012 

 As the installation of monitored networks grew, CSC opened its Field & Data Services deparment for maintenance of the networks, as well as collection and management of incoming data

 2013 

 With theh company growing, the original CSC office was bursting at the seams, so the team moves into its newly built facility in Edmonton, AB on October 3rd

 2016 

 Responding to market demands for rugged and tough temperature profiling sensors, CSC develops the flexible CS225 and rigid CS230 Temperature Profilers, and releases its next-generation outdoor camera, the CCFC Field Camera

 2017 

 On October 20th, CSC launches its environmental decision support software, WeatherBrain, at Meteorological Technology World Expo in Amsterdam!