Working for you in Vancouver-Kingsway
Adrian Dix has worked hard to make life better for residents in Vancouver-Kingsway.
Time and time again, he has stood up for people in his community, helping individuals and families, businesses and local organizations. In 2010 and again in 2016, Adrian was a key part of an effort that saved important East Vancouver neighbourhood schools from closure. Working with local community groups and residents, he helped to expand Collingwood Neighbourhood House, build a new Trout Lake Community Centre, Firehall Number 15, and improve safety at Skytrain stations. He has been a fierce advocate for more family and affordable housing.
As BC NDP critic for Children and Family Development, Adrian helped force the government to establish the Office Representative of Children and Youth. As Health critic, he successfully advocated for better cancer screening and diabetes care. And currently in his role as BC Hydro and ICBC critic, he has led the fight against excessive rate increases.
From 2011 to 2014, Adrian served as the Leader of the BC NDP.
Adrian grew up in Vancouver and lives near Joyce-Collingwood Station with his wife, Renée Saklikar. Adrian loves the neighbourhood and is committed to making it better, safer and more affordable for all.
This is why Adrian is standing with John Horgan and the BC NDP. John has a plan to make life more affordable by taking real action on the skyrocketing housing costs. He will fight for $10 a day childcare, fair wages and creating long-lasting quality jobs. He will also provide more support for public education and support for our most vulnerable populations, such as seniors and people with disabilities.
You can count on Adrian and John Horgan to work for you.John's Story