Elected Leaders

Total 8 Posts

A Career in Politics - with Michael de Jong, MLA

Michael de Jong, MLA for Abbotsford West was re-elected in 2017 an area he has represented since first being elected to the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia in a 1994 by-election.

Leading a Big Little City - with Mayor Michael Morden

Michael Morden, Mayor of Maple Ridge, BC since 2018, has long been involved with the community - having previously held positions as a City Councillor and President of the Maple Ridge Chamber of Commerce.

Taking a City to New Heights - with Mayor Barbara Tolbert

Barbara Tolbert, Mayor for the City of Arlington, was elected in 2011, 2015, and 2019. In that time, she has provided leadership through the financial crisis and the 2014 SR-530 Mudslide which led to her being named one of the most influential people by Seattle Magazine in 2014.

Getting Back to Work - with Adam Olsen, MLA

Adam Olsen, MLA for Saanich North and the Islands since 2017, is a previous two-term Central Saanich Councilor, and small business owner, Adam has a wealth of experience and strong ties to his community.

Bringing Technology to Local Communities - with Rick Glumac, MLA

Rick Glumac was elected MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam in 2017, representing communities in Anmore, Belcarra, Coquitlam and Port Moody. He is the Parliamentary Secretary for Technology

Talking Oak Bay - with Dr. Andrew Weaver, MLA

Dr Andrew Weaver has been the MLA for Oak Bay and Gordon Head since 2013, and was re-elected in 2017. Dr Weaver was born in Victoria, BC and grew up on the island, graduating from Oak Bay High School.

The Future of Tech in Victoria - with Mayor Lisa Helps

Lisa Helps has been the Mayor of Victoria since 2014. She was elected Mayor on the platform of unleashing Victoria’s potential and creating inclusive prosperity. Mayor Helps speaks passionately about improving the lives of the citizens and ensuring long term economic stability. She also takes an active role in