Taylor Brown

Policy Analyst, Western Canada & Agri-Business

As a policy analyst at CFIB, Taylor Brown focuses on the Western provinces (BC, AB, SK, and MB), as well as for CFIB’s national agriculture file, advocating on behalf of farmers and agri-business owners across the country. Taylor researches and advocates on several issues including carbon backstop programs, environmental regulations, and the regulatory burden on small business owners.

Born and raised in Southern Manitoba, Taylor has extensive knowledge and personal ties to the Prairies. Prior to relocating to Calgary and joining CFIB in 2021, Taylor worked in policy for the Government of Manitoba’s Department of Advanced Education, Skills and Immigration. Taylor also has work experience as a project coordinator at a remote research station on Hudson Bay, as well as with the University of Manitoba’s Office of Sustainability.

Taylor holds a Bachelor of Environmental Studies (Hons.) from the University of Manitoba, as well as a Master of Arts in Public and International Affairs from the University of Ottawa.