Access to Abortion
Air Quality & Ventilation
Carbon Capture & Storage
Shipping & Marine Protection
Energy Efficient Buildings
Emissions Reductions Targets
Effects of Climate Change
Industrial Carbon Emissions
News Media & Journalism
Unions & Worker Control
Scientific Research & Exp. Dev
Charities and Non-Profits
Arts & Culture
Film & Television
Working from Home
Renter & Home-Buyer Protections
Addiction & the Opioid Crisis
Mental Health Services
Miscarriages & Stillbirth
Youth Mental Health
Indigenous & Black Incarceration
Aging in Place
Health & Security
Canada Pension Plan (CPP)
Old Age Security & the Guaranteed Income Supplement
Public School Educators
Missing & Murdered Indigenous Women & Girls
People with Disabilities
Living in the North
Canada Workers Benefit
Food & Nutrition
Police Accountability & Reform
Access to the Justice System
Harmful Online Content
Temporary Foreign Workers
CBC & Radio-Canada
Financial Advice & Institutions
Sexual Harassment & Assault in the Military
Broadcasting & Streaming
30 years with Parks Canada
Former Member of Parliament 2015-2019
I’m a proud husband and father of three who grew up on a farm on the prairies.
There, I learned the value of kindness and hard work, and how in life, family and community mean everything.
As a young man, I followed my passions for our environment, history, and public service when I began a career with Parks Canada.
For over 30 years, I led parks, historic sites, and programs in eight provinces and territories - where I had the privilege of experiencing Canada’s diverse history, breathtaking geography, rich culture, and proud traditions.
Wherever life took me, I brought my core values of hope, hard work and family. In 2005, I chose the place closest to my heart - our community - to call home, and raise a family.
In 2012, I was forced to lay off most of our researchers and scientists at the Pacific Rim National Park Reserve, as a result of Conservative policies. The Harper government’s contempt for science put the Canada I knew, and loved, at risk.
My commitment to protecting our progress led me to run for public office - and in 2015, I was elected Member of Parliament for Cloverdale-Langley City.
Over 4 years, I proudly represented our diverse and growing community, securing federal support for families, seniors, local businesses and new Canadians to ensure everyone had a more equitable chance at success.
For almost two years, our progress has been put at risk again by a Conservative Member of Parliament.
The current Member of Parliament failed to grasp the magnitude of the pandemic, offer constructive solutions, or connect people in need with vital government programs.
Instead, she fights for socially conservative policies that favour a select few, and abandons our community to engage in other ridings’ issues.
I watched our community struggle, and continue to listen to families, seniors and local businesses to better understand their needs so I can put them first.
Cloverdale-Langley City needs a driven, proven and progressive leader as we emerge from COVID-19, and build a better, stronger and more resilient community.
That’s why I’m running to be your next Liberal Member of Parliament.
I need your support getting Cloverdale-Langley City back on track, so we can move forward, together.
Reason for running
Unlike our current Member of Parliament, my priority is delivering progress for everyone in our community - not socially conservative policies or petty politics that hold us back and favour a privileged few.
✔ I’ll fight for fairness and equity for everyone.
✔ I’ll make life more affordable in Cloverdale - Langley City.
✔ I’ll deliver funding our community needs to build back stronger.
✔ I’ll create climate change solutions that secure our future.