Todd Doherty, Conservative federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George riding

Conservative federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George riding

Todd Doherty

With deep roots in the Cariboo and a strong history representing the Cariboo-Prince George riding on the international stage, Todd Doherty is the proven candidate to be your voice in Ottawa.

Todd is married to Kelly and together they are blessed to have four beautiful children: Kassi, Kaitlyn, Jordan and Joshua.  Todd and Kelly have been small business owners for over 20 years.

Early on, Todd’s passion for aviation brought him into the frontlines of the industry. Over his career, Todd worked in management and executive roles in airline, government and airport authority organizations.

Todd has been a champion of our region for a long time.

As an aviation executive tasked with promoting passenger, cargo and tourism opportunities in our region and Canada on the world stage, Todd led and/or was part of international trade missions in promotion of our region, province and nation.

Todd has represented the region at international conferences and on regulatory panels. Todd has been sought after to present on topics regarding aviation regulatory issues, air service development, cargo, supply chain management and regional tourism opportunities.

Todd has worked with multi-levels of government here in Canada, lobbying on behalf of our region in Ottawa and Victoria regarding economic and industry barriers, funding for key infrastructure projects and regulatory issues. Todd’s work in Asia, Europe, Middle East and America’s regularly included working with international government and regulatory groups.

Todd’s experience as a community representative is extensive, going back to the start of his career. For Todd, being a community representative isn’t about the job title, but about the work you’re willing to put into it.

Todd believes we should not just give back to our community when it is convenient but everyday.

On October 19th, vote for a proven voice for our riding.

 

 

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