Jack
HUNDIAL

for City Council

Bringing diversity, proven experience
and real solutions to move Penticton forward.
Bringing diversity,
proven experience and
real solutions to move
Penticton forward.

VOTE OCTOBER 15th

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      Jack HUNDIAL

      Jack was born and raised in Terrace, BC. He has served as a member of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for over 25 years, retiring in 2017 as a Staff Sergeant in Surrey, BC. Over the course of his career he has worked in remote and small communities, in addition to large urban communities in BC.

      Jack was elected to Surrey City Council in 2018 and served on a number of committees and leadership roles. One of Jack’s main initiatives was to introduce BC’s first ever Ethics Commissioner for local government. Jack states that he will continue to champion this through the Union of BC Municipalities for all communities in BC.

      In his term on Council, Jack was a strong supporter of various housing options for a growing city. This included introducing modular/supportive housing options and incorporating affordable housing options for new construction. Jack has worked as an investigator for energy theft since 2017 and currently works at FortisBC.

      Accomplishments While on Council:

      Accomplishments
      While on Council:

      • Created additional positions in Bylaws, Fire Services and Police Resourcing
      • Invested in facilities for a growing city including:
        • New ice rinks
        • Pool facility
        • Sports fields
        • New library
      • Introduced Land Acknowledgement to Surrey Council Meetings
      • Introduced priority enforcement on illegal construction
      • Reduced building permit wait times
      • Expanded hours of operation to make city hall accessible during tax-payer hours
      • Introduced the Surrey Ethics Commissioner Office bylaw to support transparency and ethical guidelines for elected officials
        • The first of its kind in local government in BC
        • I will continue this work by championing this office for all local government in BC, including Penticton, through the Union of BC Municipalities

      Council Committees

      • Audit Committee
        • 2018-2020
      • Finance Committee
        • 2018-2022
      • Public Safety
        • 2018-2019
      • Agriculture, Environment and Investment
        • Formerly Agriculture and Food Security Advisory Committee
        • 2018-2021
      • Surrey Public Library Board
        • 2018-2021
      • Parcel Tax Roll Review
        • 2018-2020
      • Truck Parking Task Force
        • 2018-2019

      We acknowledge that Penticton, where we live and work, is on the traditional lands of the Syilx People in the Okanagan Nation.

      We acknowledge that Penticton, where we live and work,
      is on the traditional lands of the Syilx People in the Okanagan Nation.

      We acknowledge that Penticton, where
      we live and work, is on the traditional lands of
      the Syilx People in the Okanagan Nation.

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