MLA: Maurine Karagianis – Esquimalt-Royal Roads (Demo)

Dear Lord, we thank You for the faithful dedicated men and women whom You have chosen and placed in our legislature to oversee the business of governing our province. Our prayer today for one of these individuals, MLA: Maureen Karagianis, whose innovation and hard work to make desirable changes has already brought about environmental protection and good stewardship. May she be encouraged with a renewed sense of purpose, wisdom and understanding to solve and deal with the issues of the day. We pray in Jesus’ name.

Maurine Karagianis was elected MLA for Esquimalt-Metchosin on May 17, 2005, and re-elected to the reconfigured riding of Esquimalt-Royal Roads on May 12, 2009.

Maurine serves as official opposition caucus Whip and Liquor Distribution Branch critic.

She was elected to Esquimalt Council in 1996. Serving for three terms, Maurine helped create and chaired the CRD Arts Committee, and by working to save the Matson Gary Oak meadow in the Inner Harbour and daylighting the Gorge Creek helped enrich green space and renew bird habitat in Esquimalt.

A long-standing Director of the Veins of Life Watershed Society, Maurine has worked in support of environmental stewardship for the Gorge Waterway and watershed protection in the Capital Region.

She worked in the fashion industry for over 15 years, in retail, wholesale and import/export, and also spent more than a decade working in the communications industry for the tourism market and international motorcycle industry.

Maurine ran a consulting firm that worked with non-profit organizations and First Nations communities to create affordable housing. Her career has also included working for the provincial Ministry of Transportation and the Ministry of Social Services.

A proud mother and grandmother, Maurine lives with her partner in Esquimalt.

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