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June 12, 2022

The 2022 Sir John A. MacDonald Leadership Scholarship Awards

In May and June the South Surrey-White Rock EDA has been presenting the 2022 Sir John A. MacDonald Leadership Scholarship Award certificates and $1,000 cheques to local students. On May 26 the Honourable Kerry-Lynne Findlay MP presented the certificates and cheques to students Elvis Lowapongpan and Magdalia Reyad at White...

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May 25, 2022

CPC Leadership Campaign Update and Information

Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Election Information for South Surrey - White Rock Conservative Party Members May 25, 2022. Here is information about the candidates and the leadership election process. Please remember that a person needs to be a member of the Conservative Party by no later than Friday June 3, 2022 in order...

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March 15, 2022

Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Election

Conservative Party of Canada Leadership Election Information for South Surrey - White Rock Conservative Party Members  March 15 2022  The leadership election campaign is underway and will run until the scheduled September 10 election of a new party leader. Prospective candidates have until April 19 to be qualified and to...

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February 01, 2022

2021 Tax Slips Have Been Mailed

The 2021 donation receipts were mailed today, February 1st, 2022.  Please be sure to retain your receipt for filing with your tax return, as it may entitle you to a tax credit. If you have any questions about your 2021 donation or receipt, or if you have not received it...

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Kerry-Lynne Findlay

Meet Your MP

Kerry-Lynne Findlay MP, P.C., Q.C.

The Hon. Kerry-Lynne D. Findlay currently serves in the Parliament of Canada as the Member of Parliament for the riding of South Surrey—White Rock in British Columbia. Shortly after election in October 2019, Kerry-Lynne was appointed as Shadow Minister for the Environment and Climate Change for the Official Opposition, serving in that capacity through to October 2020.

In October 2020, Kerry-Lynne was named to the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights. As a lawyer and former administrative law judge on the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal, she is very familiar with justice issues

Previously, Kerry-Lynne was elected in 2011 as the Member of Parliament for Delta-Richmond East, a neighbouring riding. She was appointed by the Prime Minister as Minister of National Revenue (2013-2015), and previously as Associate Minister of National Defence (2013), and Parliamentary Secretary to Justice (2011-2013). She also served as a member of several high-profile Cabinet committees including Treasury Board, Economic Prosperity, the National Shipbuilding Procurement Ministerial Committee, and the Supreme Court of Canada Judicial Selection Committee.

Among other achievements, Kerry-Lynne was named the Golden Scissors Award recipient in 2015 by the Canadian Federation of Independent Business (CFIB) for leadership in cutting red tape for small business. She has also been recognized with a Paul Harris Fellowship form Rotary International, the Alpha Gamma Delta International Distinguished Citizen Award, The Canadian Bar Association national Cecilia I. Johnstone Award, the YWCA Woman of Distinction Award for Management, Professions and Trades, having been previously nominated for Community Service, the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal for Service to Canada, and was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in 1999 for superior knowledge of the law demonstrating the highest ethical standards..

Kerry-Lynne grew up primarily on Vancouver Island, graduating as a boarder at Crofton House School in... Read Bio