Trent Derrick, NDP federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George riding

NDP federal candidate for Cariboo-Prince George riding

Trent Derrick

I am a small businessman, I own “Spa of the North” and “Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory” in Prince George.

Previously, I worked for both the Provincial and Federal Government as a Team Leader.

I believe in community development, having spent 10 years coaching baseball, working with youth at risk, volunteering and working for St. Vincent De Paul Society and sitting on the board of directors for several organization.

I am a husband to an amazing wife, Rachel, and a father to a beautiful daughter who I am very proud of.

I understand this region. I have lived in the Cariboo-Prince George riding for 32 years and in Prince George for the past 22.  I attended school in Hixon, Quesnel and Prince George and spent my younger years travelling with my parents to numerous communities throughout this region getting to know their concerns.

I have a Bachelor of Arts in Religion and Theology from Taylor University College.



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