Peter is presently the Executive Director of Environmental Training Institute (ETI) and a founding board member of the Guild of Professional Operators. Formerly he was a Sheridan College Professor, an Canadian Ministry of the Environment (MOE) training officer and lab manager, and a military officer.
Educated throughout Canada and the US, Peter is an accomplished adult educator managing the design and delivery of specialized training preparing Canadian operators for professional accreditation. ETI's post secondary level programs educate staff of municipal utilities, MOE enforcement, UNHCR agencies and First Nations communities.
Peter's interest of the fluoridation issue came to the fore in 2004 when a student challenged his teaching of the status quo and urged him to revisit the "accepted version" of what fluoridation is. Since then, he has personally dedicated time, money and expertise to cease fluoridation's undeserved status within the context of contemporary drinking water practice in Canada and beyond. To that end, Peter continues to educate, advocate, speak and write about sustainable water quality issues and drinking water access inequities.
Peter resides, volunteers and works from Ridgeville in Niagara Region. His other passions range across family businesses, aviation, law and philosophy, lifelong learning, invention and travel. You can reach him at the Canadians Opposed to Fluoridation web site.