Father, thank you for Jordan Sturdy. Please continue to use his interests and experience as he serves to protect our environment, improve infrastructures and transportation in West Vancouver- Sea to Sky and our Province. Bless him and his family with all that they need in order to maintain and continue their livelihood in organic farming. Let this passion for our planet be brought to the fore through his advocacy for development of this constituency and our Province. Please give him wisdom as he deals effectively with First Nations issues, treaties and land rights. Give him the ability to see clearly what is right and what is wrong for our Province and his area………………………………………….
Jordan Sturdy was re-elected as MLA for West Vancouver-Sea to Sky in 2017. He currently serves as the Official Opposition Critic for Transportation and Infrastructure and is a Member of the Select Standing Committee Crown Corporations.
Jordan previously served as Minister of Environment, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Environment, Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, and as a member of the Cabinet Committee for Environment and Land Use.
Jordan served as chair of the Climate Leadership Team, working with members from non-governmental organizations, academia, industry, communities and First Nations to redefine B.C.’s low-carbon future. Jordan has also chaired the Provincial Roundtable on the Environment and the Economy.
Jordan entered public service as a local trustee for the Pemberton Valley Dyking District. He has served the Sea to Sky Corridor in a variety of capacities, including as a member of the Squamish Lillooet Regional District Board, Director of the Fraser Basin Council, Lower Mainland Treaty Advisory Committee executive committee member, SLRD Hospital District Chair, and Sea to Sky Regional Hospital District Director.
Jordan has also served as president of the Whistler Farmers’ Market Society and director of the BC Association of Farmers’ Markets. Jordan and his wife Trish own and operate North Arm Farm, which grows organic vegetables and berries, in Pemberton, where they have lived since 1989. North Arm Farm is a popular regional destination.