Building a better BC starts with listening.

Our party needs a renewal of energy and ideas. Yes, we can and should be proud of our great leaders and accomplishments of the past, but we need to focus on moving forward. That means choosing a leader who will invite and inspire new and younger voters into our party while also recognizing those who got us here. Better reflecting the diverse backgrounds, cultures, lifestyles, and beliefs of all British Columbians is key to this.

This needs to be a campaign about ideas, vision, renewal, and a leader who can unite our party and our province behind that. Our economy has changed drastically in a short period of time with repercussions that will be felt for years to come. As we move past COVID-19, our BC Liberal Party needs to be the champion for economic recovery in this province and we need a new, committed leader with forward-looking, bold ideas to make that recovery a reality for all British Columbians.

I understand what our members need and will work hard to ensure our members' voices are listened to. As a long-time BC Liberal member, I believe passionately in our party and the role we must play in ensuring a bright future for our province.

My campaign's new ideas, which are regularly updated in The Latest, reflect the triple-bottom-line approach of People, Economy and the Environment, taking the impact of each into account.


A strong BC starts with building up strong British Columbians and strong communities. We need to think and talk about policy through the lens of quality of life for people and families in the communities where they live. As a family man and entrepreneur, I am committed to restoring the promise of a better BC for people and families who are struggling, and for people who are deciding whether to build something exciting here, or somewhere else. That includes advancing new ideas for families, seniors, childcare affordability and choice, rural communities, ferry dependent communities, and more. 


A strong economy gives us the ability to support people and families. In turn, building a strong, innovative, and aspirational workforce is critical to our success in a 21st-century economy. We need to build on our traditional strengths by welcoming new industries, new entrepreneurs and new ideas into the conversation. I will continue building a bridge to the next generation of business leaders, who share our values but too often don’t see themselves in our Party. I've shared ideas about getting to yes, preparing for the future economy, strengthening the tech sector, and applying common sense to the regulated cannabis sector


British Columbians care deeply about the environment, as stewards of an incredible landscape with an immense natural resource endowment. We all want our children and grandchildren to grow up on a healthy planet, and environmental protection is an urgent global priority. BC Liberals should be proud of our common sense environmental leadership, and we should build on it with renewed innovation, conservation, and preservation of biodiversity. I will welcome environmental voters back into the BC Liberal Party. I've written about issues like climate change, habitat management, wildfire readiness and response