Lasqueti Island Local Trust Area Trustee Corner

Welcome to our local trustee corner, where you can learn more about the trustees working for you! Here you can access trustee newsletters and other information and resources that local trustees want to share.

Meet Your Trustees

Timothy Peterson

Lasqueti Island Trustee

E: Email Trustee Peterson

T: 1-250-607-7094

Mikaila Lironi

Lasqueti Island Trustee

E: Email Trustee Lironi

T: 1-250-812-2560

Tobi Elliott


E: Email LTC Chair

T: 1-250-268-7434

About Timothy Peterson

Tim Peterson is serving his third term as a Lasqueti Island Local Trustee, and his first as vice-chair of Trust Council. In addition, he serves as a Board member of the Lasqueti Community Association and the Lasqueti Last Resort Society. Tim is also a musician, artist, performer, event organizer, gardener, and chef, and he has lived on Lasqueti for over 45 years.

About Mikaila Lironi

​​Mikaila (mick-eye-la) Lironi is serving her first term as a Lasqueti Island Local Trustee. In addition, she serves as a director on the Lasqueti Health Centre Board, and as an Emergency Response Coordinator and First Responder with the Lasqueti Island Volunteer Fire Department.  Mikaila is also an event organizer, caterer, community mover and shaker, avid knitter and fibre artist. Mikaila was born and raised on Lasqueti, and after living off-island for several years, has returned as a dynamic participant in island life.

About LTC Chair

Tobi Elliott has lived and worked on Gabriola Island, Snuneymuxw First Nation territory, since 2012. She advocates for healthy island communities and ecosystems through a biocultural approach that respects Indigenous knowledge in land use planning. Exploring low-impact housing solutions for rural communities, Tobi organized tiny house education courses around B.C., culminating in building a demonstration tiny home. She works in communications, documentary film and media, and is finishing a Masters in Leadership Studies at Royal Roads University. Her action research project explores how local government and community groups can develop better ways of engaging with First Nations.

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