Fraser Lake by-election candidate: Dave Christie

Fraser Lake by-election candidate for councillor: Dave Christie

Dave Christie

The residents of Fraser Lake deserve the best and most experienced candidate to be their voice. I am dedicated with 4 years’ experience in politics. As an Operations Manager, with 15 years’ experience in the fast paced economic development, retail,  beverage, and public transportation industries, I have extensive experience in economic development within Northern BC, procurement, strategic planning, project management, budgeting, contract negotiations, and local / provincial government policy. I am excited to serve and respond to the residents of Fraser Lake, every day.


Economic Growth – We need to protect our local businesses while marketing Fraser Lake to new economic opportunities.

Healthcare – Working with Northern Health, we need to attract and retain local physicians, and other medical practitioners to our community.

Highway 16 Inter-City Bus Transportation – Work with Highway 16 corridor communities along with Minister Todd Stone and the Ministry of Transportation to get safe, affordable, bus transportation to and from our community.

Infrastructure – In order to attract and retain residents, we need to keep updating current infrastructure and look at new opportunities.  We need to continue accessing all available grants from Federal/Provincial Governments as well as corporate grants.

Electors can vote from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the Village’s office on Nov. 28.


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