Maz Artang - One Surrey

Maz has a diversified background, working in both politics and at the executive level of management in the private sector. He currently works as the General Manager of Browns Socialhouse Sunshine Hills where he oversees a multi-million dollar business.

Merv Bayda - One Surrey

Merv Bayda served as an RCMP officer for over 35 years and has spent the last 10 years working as the Surrey RCMP Auxiliary Constable Program Manager, overseeing 100 Auxiliary Constables who volunteer over 25,000 hours to safety. For his many years of community involvement, Merv was recognized and presented with the Queens Golden Jubilee Medal and the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Merv Bayda - One Surrey

Merv Bayda served as an RCMP officer for over 35 years and has spent the last 10 years working as the Surrey RCMP Auxiliary Constable Program Manager, overseeing 100 Auxiliary Constables who volunteer over 25,000 hours to safety. For his many years of community involvement, Merv was recognized and presented with the Queens Golden Jubilee Medal and the Queens Diamond Jubilee Medal.

Darlene Bowyer - One Surrey

Darlene has been a small business owner in Surrey for over 35 years. She currently serves on a number of organizations including, President of the Port Kells Community Association, Executive member of Surrey Environmental Partners, Co-Ordinator for the Surrey Association of Sustainable Communities, and part of the RCMP Community Consultant Group in Cloverdale/Port Kells.

Michael Bose - One Surrey

Mike’s family has farmed in Surrey for over 100 years and he currently manages the family’s poultry farm. He has chaired the City of Surrey Agriculture and Food Security Advisory committee for 16 years and spent four years as a commissioner with the Agricultural Land Commission. He is currently a director at Surrey Cares and Mutual Fire Insurance, and has previously served as a director of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation. He has also been a minor hockey coach for the past 24 years.

Michael Bose - One Surrey

Mike’s family has farmed in Surrey for over 100 years and he currently manages the family’s poultry farm. He has chaired the City of Surrey Agriculture and Food Security Advisory committee for 16 years and spent four years as a commissioner with the Agricultural Land Commission. He is currently a director at Surrey Cares and Mutual Fire Insurance, and has previously served as a director of the Surrey Memorial Hospital Foundation. He has also been a minor hockey coach for the past 24 years.

Narima Dela Cruz - One Surrey

Narima is a passionate community volunteer and a Founding Director of the Surrey Philippine Independence Day Society. She has served with organizations such as S.U.C.C.E.S.S. and Options Community Service Society, and as Vice-Chair of the Johnston Heights Secondary School Parent Advisory Council. She has received numerous accolades for community work, including being named one of the Top 25 Canadian Immigrants, and being honoured with the REALTORS Care Award for excellent community volunteerism.

Brian Young - One Surrey

Brian is the Chief Operating Officer of the Surrey Golf Club and Delta Golf Club, and is the President of Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Ad Hoc Committee for Surrey Schools, and has held the position of president at two different Rotary Clubs, founded a Tourism Organization, and served as VP of Tourism Surrey. Brian is a Business School graduate with under graduate studies at UWO and Graduate studies at Athabasca U.

Brian Young - One Surrey

Brian is the Chief Operating Officer of the Surrey Golf Club and Delta Golf Club, and is the President of Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce. He is a member of the Ad Hoc Committee for Surrey Schools, and has held the position of president at two different Rotary Clubs, founded a Tourism Organization, and served as VP of Tourism Surrey. Brian is a Business School graduate with under graduate studies at UWO and Graduate studies at Athabasca U.

Kal Dosanjh - One Surrey

Kal Dosanjh, a veteran law enforcement officer with approximately 15 years of experience. He is dedicated to empowering youth to make positive life choices, and has spent many years raising awareness about how sports and fitness can help divert our kids from a life of drugs and gangs. Kal has received numerous awards for his community service, dedication, integrity and outstanding performance. He currently serves on a number of community organizations, including Vice President of the BC Human Rights Coalition, board member for the SOAR Philanthropic Society, President of the Guru Angad Dev Academy Parent Support Group and the Odd Squad Productions Society. He has previously served on the board of the Sahara Services Society and the Junior Chamber of Commerce, and was a presenter with the Crisis Centre of Vancouver.