A successful Notary Public with a practice in his hometown, Daniel is a lifelong Delta resident with a passion for his community and dedication to moving Delta forward.
Daniel lives with his family in South Delta and has two children who, like he did, attend public school in Delta.
Daniel has a proven track record in managing large budgets and complex boards.
In 2018, he was elected as a trustee to the Delta Board of Education on a commitment to bringing good governance to the school board.
For the past two years, Daniel has served as vice-chair of the school board, ensuring every dollar available is invested back into our students, athletes, and the classroom. Daniel also serves as the president of the Board of the BC Notaries Association, director of the Heron Hospice Society of Delta, and previously served three terms as a director of the Society of Notaries Public.
Through his work as a notary in our community, Daniel speaks to residents every day about matters related to their properties, families and lives in Delta.
His deeply personal understanding of local issues, paired with his sharp business acumen and board experience, uniquely position Daniel as a leader and advocate for Delta. Daniel sees his bid for council as a natural next step in his service to the community.
When not in his office Daniel can be found spending time with family, golfing, curling or cycling.
What are your election issues?
As a lifelong Delta resident and Notary Public serving members of our community, I have a deeply personal understanding of local issues through my work with thousands of Deltans discussing matters related to their families and lives in Delta.
This understanding has grown further through my role as a school trustee for the Delta Board of Education, where I am currently the vice-chairperson.
I know that with rising costs mounting from regional taxes and inflation, Delta families are keeping less of their hard-earned money. It’s never been more important to keep Delta’s taxes low to help people get ahead – and only the Achieving for Delta team has the proven experience to stand up for Delta taxpayers during this critical time.
Leading up to and through the pandemic, Delta residents paid among the lowest taxes in the region. We are committed to keeping it this way, while continuing to invest in high quality services and infrastructure.
We are running on a fiscal plan with specific spending priorities, including prioritizing safety services, investing in better roads and critical social services, while growing the local economy and positioning Delta as an innovation hub to grow our corporate tax base.
The Achieving for Delta team is running on a six-point platform focused on investing in parks and recreation infrastructure, keeping Delta safe, keeping taxes low, working to keep generations together in Delta, building a fair and inclusive community and taking action on climate change and protecting our farmland. Learn more at achievingfordelta.ca/platform. The Achieving for Delta team includes candidates with diverse perspectives and experience, who are all united by Mayor George Harvie’s vision to move Delta forward. The only way we can achieve our goals and deliver significant investments for Delta is with the entire Achieving for Delta team elected to council and school board.