New Burnaby political get together broadcasts candidates for election – BC Information

New Burnaby political get together broadcasts candidates for election – BC Information

Burnaby slate emerges

Lauren Vanderdeen / Burnaby Now – | Story: 373183

A brand new political get together has emerged on the scene in Burnaby: One Burnaby.

The get together has an emphasis on public security, group cleanliness and the growth of TransLink providers, together with the SFU gondola.

Mike Hillman, incumbent impartial councillor elected in 2018, leads the get together together with his expertise on the town’s public security committee, parcel tax roll evaluate panel and the Metro Vancouver process pressure on flood resiliency.

“With our RCMP, they needn’t solely a brand new constructing, a safer constructing … however additionally they want some assist from Fraser Well being to have a complete strategy to psychological well being points,” Hillman mentioned in One Burnaby’s marketing campaign video.

Different candidates embrace Mona Grewal, proprietor of an inside design enterprise with a diploma from BCIT.

Monetary auditor and designated CPA Brea Huang Sami joins One Burnaby with ten years of expertise in corporations like KPMG and DMCL. She ran for the federal Burnaby South driving with the Liberals in 2021.

Mario Miceli, govt director of Il Centro Italian Cultural Centre, brings enterprise administration and govt expertise to One Burnaby. Miceli labored at ICBC for about 20 years in quite a lot of positions together with director of strategic growth and director of enterprise transformation.

Richard N. Liu was Canada’s group attaché on the 2008 Paralympic Video games, and a Canada group official on the 2022 Winter Video games. Liu sits on Burnaby’s Heritage Fee and the Barkerville Heritage Belief.

Richard T. Lee, former Liberal Occasion North Burnaby MLA and Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Meeting, beforehand labored at UBC’S arithmetic division and TRIUMF lab, a particle analysis facility as a programmer analyst.

Native elections in B.C. will likely be held on Oct. 15 this 12 months.