BC Liberals have acclaimed MLA Jordan Sturdy as the Party’s candidate in West Vancouver – Sea to Sky.
“It is a privilege to serve one of the most interesting and diverse ridings in the province,” said Jordan Sturdy. “Socially, economically, and financially, from Dundarave to D’arcy, West Vancouver-Sea to Sky has all the opportunities that BC has to offer in one unique package.”
“We have a strong economy that supports quality jobs, innovative business developments, and sustainable social, educational, and health care programs that serve our citizens well. I am committed to ensuring a strong and enduring economy that supports the great quality of life we have in the corridor.”
Jordan is currently Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment. He serves as Chair of the Climate Leadership Team and Chair of the Provincial Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy. He is also a member of the Cabinet Committee for Environment and Land Use.
Jordan was elected as Mayor for the Village of Pemberton three times after serving as a local trustee and Chair of the Pemberton Valley Dyking District. He has served the Sea to Sky Corridor in a variety of capacities including on the Board of the Squamish Lillooet Regional District and the Regional Hospital Districts. Jordan and his wife Trish raised two daughters in the Pemberton Valley where they own and operate North Arm Farm.
In his tenure as MLA, Jordan has been a strong advocate for transportation improvements to the Sea to Sky Highway through installations of driving and cycling safety and efficiency enhancements. Jordan has championed affordable housing in the corridor where the province, in partnership with the federal government, has recently provided $2.8 million toward the construction of 32 units at Centrepoint in Squamish, according to a media release issues by his office.
Jordan has also initiated the development of the Howe Sound Cumulative Effects Assessment Framework, a process to ensure that the cumulative impacts of the full range of residential, commercial, and industrial development activities around Howe Sound are understood, monitored and mitigated. Jordan’s work on the provincial climate file has been substantial and influential in ensuring that BC remains a climate leader.