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Biographical information for New West-Coquitlam

The candidates in the federal New West-Coquitlam riding: clockwise, Diana Dilworth (Tory); Fin Donnelly (NDP); Rebecca Helps (Green); and Ken Beck Lee (Liberal).  - PHOTOS SUBMITTED
The candidates in the federal New West-Coquitlam riding: clockwise, Diana Dilworth (Tory); Fin Donnelly (NDP); Rebecca Helps (Green); and Ken Beck Lee (Liberal).
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NEW WESTMINSTER-COQUITLAM

 

 

Diana Dilworth (Conservative)

Age: 45

City: Port Moody

Employment: manager of Fraser Basin Council

Education: some college

Years in riding: 20

Volunteer work: former president of Tri-Cities’ District Parent Advisory Council, Port Moody Aquarians, Girl Guides, Terry Fox Run, PoCoMo Youth Services Society, past-president of Crossroads Hospice Society

 

 

Fin Donnelly (NDP) INCUMBENT

Age: 44

City: Coquitlam

Employment: Member of Parliament for New Westminster-Coquitlam and Port Moody, former Coquitlam city councillor

Education: BA in philosophy with a minor in environmental studies from University of Victoria

Years in riding: 39

Volunteer work: PoCoMo Youth Services Society, Coquitlam Foundation Land Trust Fund, Rivershed Society of BC and Friends of Coquitlam Library.

 

 

Rebecca Helps (Green Party)

Age: 32

City: Victoria

Employment: executive director of the Green Party of BC

Education: BA in business administration from SFU

Years in riding: 32

Volunteer work: Girl Guide leader, Alpine Club of Canada

 

 

Ken Beck Lee (Liberal)

Age: n/a

City: New Westminster

Employment: Engineer, New East Group of companies.

Years in riding: 36

Education: 30-years of post-secondary

 

Volunteer work: Member of the United Nations Climate Change Agency

 

 

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