About Julie

Originally from Morden, Manitoba Julie spent her adult years in the North. Upon retirement Julie and her husband Lorne have settled on an acreage near her hometown.

Be sure to visit for information on her most recent project The Values Sharing Circle may be found here.

Julie McNeice, BA/MA

Julie A. McNeice

Curriculum Vitaé

Box 5017 Morden, MB  R6M 1Y9 Phone: (204) 822-3968Email: julie@mccasa.ca


  • Excellent listening and observational skills; using appreciative inquiry in participatory action research methods
  • Creative talents in organizational structure
  • “Very empathetic and compassionate individual; ability to say what is needed at just the right time; does not suffer from group think; a creative contributor” (comments from fellow Royal Roads classmates)
  • Ability to keep team focused and on track with topic
  • Strong skills in interest based third-party negotiation
  • Professional written communication skills in English
  • Experience and knowledge in computer mediated and technical communication
  • Detail-oriented, analytic, high attention to accuracy with positive attitude towards new challenges
  • Considers needs of group as a whole, empathic to those with marginalized backgrounds, showing sensitivity as a supportive team member


Instructor, Administrative Procedures, 2008, Red River College, Winkler MB

Professors Assistant, 2000, University of Winnipeg

Administration Officer, 1988-1997, Government of the Northwest Territories, Yellowknife NT

Assessment Officer, 1984-1988, Workers’ Compensation Board, Yellowknife NT

Office Manager, Department of Public Works, 1981-1984

Accounts Payable Supervisor, Dept. of Finance, 1978-1981

Accounting Clerk III, Dept. of Finance, 1975

Payroll Clerk, Dept. of Finance, 1974, Government of the Northwest Territories, Rankin Inlet NWT 


*1Master of Arts in Leadership and Training, 2004, Royal Roads University

Bachelor of Arts in Conflict Resolution Studies, 1999, University of Winnipeg

Relevant Courses & Training:

CISM Sharing Hope in Crisis and Spiritual & Psychological First Aid, 2018, Morden, MB

Palliative Care Volunteer Training, 2018, Morden, MB

RCMP Crime Prevention Police Community Relations Program, 2006, Yellowknife, NT

CISM Basic & Advanced, 2003, Yellowknife, NT

Restitution Self-Discipline Levels 1-3, 2003, Yellowknife, NT

Applied Control Theory Acts I-II, 2002, Yellowknife, NT

Volunteer Work:

Palliative Care Volunteer, 2018, BTHC, Morden, MB

Board Member, 2013-2017, South Central Cancer Resource Centre (SCCR), Morden, MB

Community Justice Committee, 1996-2006, Yellowknife, NT

*2Presented to House of Commons Subcommittee on Solicitation Laws of the Standing Committee on Justice, Human Rights, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, 2005 , Edmonton, AB

Helpline Volunteer, 1994-1998, Yellowknife

Board Member Side Door Youth Centre, 1994-1997, Yellowknife

Parents Advisory Committee Member, 1984-1997, Yellowknife

NWT Outstanding Volunteer Service Award Nominee, 1996, Yellowknife, NT

Additional Relevant Information: 

Professional Membership (expired 2006), Alternate Dispute Resolution Institute of Canada 2005-2008

*1Major Project thesis on “Bridging Restorative Justice and Crime Prevention through Social Development” with sponsors Guenther Laubé, Northern Director, National Crime Prevention Centre, Justice Canada and Joseph Schaeffer, PhD affiliated with University of Waterloo, ON

Thesis available online at: 



above assessed April 1, 2020  

Thesis used in two studies through University of Saskatchewan: Law & Justice and Society in Indigenous Studies Portal


Above thesis used in at least one thesis in law degree available at: https://www.uvic.ca/law/assets/docs/graddocs/major-papers/GwenTaylor.FinalMajorPaper.Amended.Feb11.pdf (see page 62) accessed April 1, 2020

Thesis research license available at: http://data.nwtresearch.com/Scientific/13556

*2Committee evidence given at 10:15 on page 24 of 46


Report available at: https://www.nswp.org/sites/nswp.org/files/SSLR-REPORT-06E.pdf


Available on request