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Sylvia Bishop is a 7 year Delta councilor, life time resident of Delta, and a retired elementary school teacher.
She is committed to the preservation of farmland and supportive of agri-business. Sylvia is steadfast in protecting the environment. She also believes that Delta should not incur any new debt through borrowing money for capital projects.
Sylvia Bishop is running for mayor because she believes Delta’s unique mix of residential, industrial and farm lands makes it an attractive place to live, play and work. She wants to lead Delta to the next level of success.
Joan Hansen is a self-employed optometrist who has lived in Delta for 35 years. She is committed to good governance, keeping a balanced budget and finding innovative ways to improve resources in the community.
She has been active in our community and has assumed leadership roles: member of the Delta Police Board, charter member of the Tsawwassen Rotary Club, and president of the B.C. Association of Optometrists and the Canadian Association of Optometrists.
Joan is known as a good listener, as a collaborative team player and as a ‘roll-up-the-sleeves’ worker.
Kim Kendall has lived in Delta with her family since 2012, and it is her dedication to her family that drives her to seek elected office. She wants to help build a community in which her children will be proud to live.
Kim has been very active in our community: in coming president of the North Delta Rotary Club, board member of the Tour de Delta, past board member of Tourism Delta, and service on the Delta Hospital Foundation’s Moonlight Gala Committee.
She is genuinely in touch with the issues and concerns of the community. She is a strong supporter of sports and recreation facilities, improved transit options and affordable housing as vital components of a strong, family-oriented community.
Robert Campbell, a resident of Delta for 27 years, is an experienced member of Delta council who is committed to our city. Under his leadership as chair of the Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission, Robert has demonstrated his passion for creating the best fields, parks and facilities possible for the Delta residents. He is also a member of both the Finance Committee and the Invest in Delta Committee.
Robert is a retired lawyer who brings his many years of experience on Delta Council to his re-election bid.
Simran Walia is a passionate community advocate raising her young family in Delta, an IT professional and a go-getter who is committed to being a strong voice for everyone who calls Delta their home. She is driven to build a community where culture and diversity thrives and offers Delta a fresh, new perspective and solutions.
Simran serves as a Commissioner on Delta’s Parks, Recreation and Culture Committee and the Seniors’ Advisory Sub-Committee, is a founding member and director of an organization spreading awareness about drug use and gang violence. She has undertaken a simulation program for future politicians at UBC. She is a new Rotary member. Simran is committed to life long service to the community at large.
Her vision for Delta is improved infrastructure, transit choices, affordable housing, state-of-the-art sports and fitness facilities,thriving small businesses and protection of ALR land.
September 18, 2018 - Delta, B.C. - Robert Campbell, a 19-year veteran of Delta City Council, said today that former city manager George Harvie has a duty to produce the evidence that would support the claim he was directed by Council in 2013 to strenuously oppose public input on permits and licences required by the Enviro-Smart composting facility in Ladner.
September 14, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – A memo written after a contentious 2013 meeting between the City of Delta’s then-City Manager, George Harvie, and a Metro Vancouver environmental-enforcement official has prompted Delta councillor Robert Campbell to file a Freedom of Information (FOI) request with the regional district
September 10, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Two-term councillor Sylvia Bishop, now seeking election as Mayor of Delta, along with her slate of council candidates running under the Team Delta banner, today released ‘A Made-in-Delta Solution: A Research Paper on Affordable Housing and Rental Accommodation’.
A Research Paper on Affordable Housing and Rental Accommodation
September 4, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Sylvia Bishop, a two-term councillor now seeking election as Mayor, said today the City of Delta will host a summit-meeting to explore and identify policies that will improve the municipality’s stock of affordable housing and rental accommodation, should the Team Delta slate of candidates be successful in the up-coming local-government elections.
August 29, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – The City of Delta’s 2018 local-government elections could see a higher-than-usual voter turnout, according to an analysis of results from an on-line survey conducted by Team Delta.
August 23, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – A suite of scholarships, bursaries and grants to be made available to young Delta residents or high-school graduates who seek health-related careers in medicine, science or care-giving was announced today by Sylvia Bishop, the two-term Delta councillor now seeking election as Mayor with Team Delta.
August 20, 2018 - Delta, B.C. – Mayoral candidate Sylvia Bishop and her Team Delta slate of municipal-council candidates today kicked off the final two-month sprint to Election Day on October 20 with a pledge to improve health-care services for all Delta residents.
August 13, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Sylvia Bishop and Team Delta announced today a trio of campaign kick-off events to be held on August 20 – exactly two months in advance of the province-wide civic elections scheduled for October 20.
August 8, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Sylvia Bishop said today that if elected as Mayor of Delta in October she will immediately launch a review of the municipality's 18 advisory committees with a view to amalgamating some that serve duplicate functions, abolishing others and creating new ones to meet emerging priorities
August 1, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Sylvia Bishop, a two-term councillor seeking election this fall as Mayor of Delta, today launched a business-outreach initiative – ‘Business Breakfasts with Bishop’ – to take place over an eight-week period leading up to the local-government elections on October 20.
August 1, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Mayoral candidate Sylvia Bishop and her four-member Team Delta slate today introduced “New Leadership, New Ideas” as their 2018 election-campaign slogan.
July 27, 2018 – Delta, B.C. – Mayoral candidate Sylvia Bishop and her colleagues on the Team Delta slate of municipal-council candidates held a joint-news conference today alongside three school-board candidates seeking election on the Kids Matter slate.
July 18, 2018 - Delta, B.C. - Delta residents and businesses, along with potential investors and others, can be confident that local-government finances will be in capable and steady hands following municipal elections on October 20, according to a Fiscal Framework, 2019-2022 released today by Sylvia Bishop, the mayoral candidate representing Team Delta.
July 11, 2018 - Delta, B.C. – The City of Delta will have a new, robust Economic Development Office should mayoral candidate Sylvia Bishop and her Team Delta colleagues win election to the local council in October.
July 5, 2018 - Delta, B.C. – Mayoral candidate Sylvia Bishop and her four-member Team Delta slate today unveiled a comprehensive, nine-point Code designed to promote ethical conduct and practices during the period leading up to municipal elections which will be held across B.C. on October 20.
July 3, 2018 - Delta, B.C. – Sylvia Bishop, a two-term councillor now seeking the Mayor’s office under the banner of Team Delta, announced today that she will make local-government financial accountability a priority should she win election on October 20.
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