Dr. Bruce Robinson
Dr. Robinson grew up on a farm in southern Saskatchewan. He graduated from the School of Optometry at the University of Waterloo in 1979 and started practice with Al Edwards in the CN Tower in 1981. The office has expanded three times since then. Dr. Robinson is a past President of the Saskatchewan Association of Optometrists and is a board member of two optical labs: Prairie Ophthalmics and Nokai Optical Canada. His wife, Lori, is also an optometrist and they have three children. Dr. Robinson enjoys golf and hockey in his spare time. He has been a member of the Kinsmen Club for twelve years.
Dr. Darcy Lukenchuk
My family roots are solidly planted in the agricultural and Ukrainian communities of Myrnam and Vegreville, Alberta. I was actively Involved in community and in particular sports - hockey, baseball, football, track and field, basketball and volleyball. My post-secondary education included the Universities of Alberta, British Columbia and Calgary, focusing In the field of cell biology and human physiology. In 1984, I graduated from the University of Waterloo School of Optometry. More…
Dr. Poonam Sharma
Dr. Poonam Sharma grew up in Saskatoon and graduated from the New England College of Optometry in 2009. After working in Vancouver for four years as one of the optometrists for the BC Lions and Vancouver Canucks, she returned to Saskatoon and joined the practice of Drs. Robinson and Lukenchuk. Dr. Sharma’s favourite moments away from the office are spent with her husband and two children. Her second best moments would definitely be when she’s out buying shoes.￼