MLA: Harry Bains Surrey-Newton (Demo)

Lord, we bring before You MLA: Harry Bains, a dedicated servant of the people of British Columbia for many years. As he enters into another term as representative for the riding of Surrey-Newton may he be encouraged and energized in the many areas about which he is passionate. Give him clearness of thought and purpose and the ability to continue to bring his concerns cogently before his peers in the legislature. Amen.

Harry Bains was re-elected as the MLA for Surrey-Newton in May 2013. He was first elected in May 2005 and re-elected in May 2009.

Harry serves as Opposition Critic for Jobs, Employment, Labour and WorkSafeBC.

Harry has been a strong voice in the fight for affordable and efficient public transit. He has worked alongside commuters and community and business groups looking for transportation alternatives, and has been a vocal opponent of transit cuts.

Harry has been active in the Surrey community for many years. He served on the Kwantlen University College Board of Governors from 1993 to 1999, serving as vice-chair for three of those years. He has also volunteered with organizations such as Habitat for Humanity.

Harry has an extensive background in community service. He was an elected officer of Steelworkers-IWA Canada Local 2171 for over 15 years. He served most recently as vice-president of his local, where he led negotiations and engaged in bargaining for better working conditions for working people.

Harry and his wife Rajvinder live in Surrey. They have two children, Kulpreet and Jasmeen.

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