Director at Large Tony St-Pierre

Director at Large

Tony St-Pierre

 

My family and my community is why I work as a first term councillor in Sooke. Sooke is the community we chose because of welcoming smiles, a clear sense of identity and the obvious love residents have for their community. As such, I was proud to be elected to District of Sooke Council in 2018 because I believe that municipal matters most and that decisions of local government have the most direct impact people’s lives.

I bring experience and knowledge to the table in a number of areas  including being a permaculture farmer, planner, teacher, renovation specialist and employment councillor. With over 20 years of experience in the trades alongside a master’s degrees in both Planning and Adult Education & Community Development, I believe I provide a unique combination of practical experience with a strong academic background. I’m committed to effective climate action, social justice and the healthy growth of individuals and the community. I care passionately about affordable housing, local economic development, good design, pragmatic approaches to complex challenges, and participatory planning.

My areas of expertise include:

   •    Rural Planning & Development

   •    Community Development

   •    Organizational Development

   •    Systems Analysis

   •    Participatory Planning

Council appointments:

   •    Capital Regional District Water Supply Commission

   •    Capital Regional District Climate Action Inter-Municipal Task Force

   •    Climate Caucus

   •    Edward Milne Community School – Liaison 2021

Sad news. Anne Fiddick, the former Mayor of the Village of Gold River and AVICC life member has recently passed. She served as Mayor from 1978 to 1996 and as Alderman from 1973 to 1978. She was designated a life member of AVICC (1981-82).