Bungalow 968 Creative Group

Our Creative Group is a multifaceted group of creative entrepreneurs who collaborate on exciting projects.

We value community, collaboration and creativity, endeavoring to develop genuine relationships with all participants, clients and the community at large.

Our services are a reflection of our diverse group and inspire people to use creativity in their life and business. Our vast group of creatives have been cultivated through Bungalow 968’s various initiatives.

We support entrepreneurs and businesses by designing, developing and hosting a wide array of workshops, providing business advising and consulting and holding space for emerging artists and entrepreneurs.

For Emerging Entrepreneurs: We support new, emerging entrepreneurs and small businesses to ensure they have a solid foundation for their businesses to thrive. We infuse personal development into our programming, encouraging the shaping of a success-based mindset to increase overall confidence in business and life. We deliver advisory services through one:one sessions, ongoing mentorship, workshops and community networking events.

For Indigenous Communities & Groups: We provide the design, development and delivery of inclusive training programs that support each community’s specific needs for those entering into the workforce, emerging entrepreneurs and engaged leaders.

For Businesses & Not for Profit Organizations: We assist organizations in the assessment of their overall picture, re-aligning capacity through visioning, evaluation and strategic planning. We asses specific organizational and project based needs to create engaging, educational workshops and longer term training programs that are collaborative and inclusive in their delivery.

Meg has a strong business sense and intuitive, thoughtful leadership style. Her strategic and business background continually emerge to provide balance, validation and thoughtful planning to our project. Meg is a fire starter, any team or project with her on board will be better for it.'
Naomi - Cutting Barriers Employment & Training Association
Meg worked with our Nation to create a successful, comprehensive training program that fit our needs and that had excellent results for our members as well as the local labour market needs. She is a compassionate and energetic facilitator, with a well-balanced style that fit our clientele perfectly.
Melanie Williams, Economic Development & Employment Coordinator, Lil'wat Nation
Meg is one of the most creative people I have ever had the great pleasure of working with.
Dean Allen, President, Summit Camps Ltd.
Meg is a truly an inspiring, amazing and supportive teacher who has helped me find success in many ways. I received so much value from working with Meg, she did so much more than just take the time to teach, she helped with on-going advice and support well after the program.
Psil - Employment Training Program Participant

About Meg

Meg is an award winning entrepreneur with a passion for helping people.

Meg’s background covers working in both the public and private sectors, with start-ups in a diverse range of industries including arts, retail, accommodation, food services, forestry, mining and tourism. Having built successful businesses of her own, as well as co-creating multiple, diverse ventures across a broad range of industries, Meg loves the process of building a business from the ground up.

Meg is a skilled leader who provides guidance to a wide spectrum of people with diverse backgrounds along their success path. She has overseen the management of people across Canada, often working in Aboriginal Communities assisting youth as they take their first steps into the workforce. Meg collaborates with artists, creatives and makers helping to showcase their talent and wares by hosting creative workshops at her creative space, Bungalow 968.  She builds genuine connection and community through collaboration, and draws on her personal experiences to compel others to take bold steps in their business and life.

Meg is the recipient of the WNORTH Accelerate Scholarship, Squamish Chief Reader’s Choice Award Winner, Squamish Chamber Business Excellence Award Winner, is a Mentor with Futurpreneur Canada and a Brand Ambassador for Strong as a Mother. Meg sits on the board of the Squamish Arts Council as well as Cutting Barriers Employment and Training Association. You’ll find her puttering in her garden, working on a DIY project or brainstorming with some of the most creative people in the Sea-to-Sky corridor and beyond.


I had the opportunity to work with Meg on a program for Aboriginal students delivered through the Squamish Nation. I noticed the students immediately felt comfortable with her and it was amazing to watch the connection and relationship grow.
Devan Williams, Client Intake and Admin Coordinator, Squamish Nation
I truly admire Meg's overall business acumen and feel a strong sense of connection when working with her. I love her perspective, ideas, accountability actions and how she challenges me to think outside the box.
Catherine Karpman, From the Garden Shed
Meg’s insights, advice and follow-through support were nothing short of exceptional. She offered practical, realistic solutions to the challenges I faced and provided me with clear strategies to execute on those solutions. She is a great listener and I highly recommend Meg to anyone considering working with her.
Tim O’Grady, Managing Partner, Farewell Harbour Lodge
Meg is a true professional. She is quick to respond to requests and always exceeds expectations to ensure she delivers quality results. I look forward to working with her in the future as I admire her talented vision.
Shannon, Garibaldi Events & Design