Born and raised in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Jason Surkan holds a Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch) from Carleton University. He previously studied Commerce at the University of Saskatchewan, and is currently pursuing his Masters of Architecture (M.Arch) degree at the University of Manitoba in Winnipeg. He is of mixed Canadian Ancestry – Métis, Scottish, Ukrainian, and Polish. Jason is a member of Fish Lake Metis Local #108, and the Metis Nation of Saskatchewan. Jason is currently a graduate research assistant for McEwen School of Architecture researching Prairie Métis Architecture. He has worked intermittently for Douglas Cardinal Architect since 2014 as well as Oxbow Architecture in Saskatoon. His work is inspired through observation of nature. He aims to create culturally contextual work that is appropriate for the social, economic, and political environment it will perform within.
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