About Ian Armstrong
Whether it’s working at The Halton-Peel Highland Games Association, Peel 4-H, a church committee or a CSA food plot, I enjoy sharing my skills and interests to help build a better community.
I came to Caledon for summer work on a relative’s dairy farm and then studied agriculture at Guelph University. After a two year agricultural exchange program in Europe I moved to Caledon to pursue a career. After thirty years and a few different careers, I’m still involved in agriculture. Married with three grown children, family is important to me.
I look forward to working with members and the community to help ensure that Caledon Community Services continues to provide vital services for a growing and changing Caledon population.