Lasqueti Island Local Trust Area Trustee Corner

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Meet your Lasqueti Island Local Trust Committee

Timothy Peterson

Lasqueti Island Trustee


T: 1-250-607-7094

Peter Johnston

Lasqueti Island Trustee


T: 1-250-333-8785

Peter Luckham



T: 1-250-210-2553

About Timothy Peterson

Tim Peterson is serving his second term as a Lasqueti Island Local Trustee. In addition to serving as Vice-President of the Lasqueti Community Association and past President (nine years), he has been a board Member of 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 40 years.

About Peter Johnston

Peter Johnston is serving his second term as a local Trustee on Lasqueti Island. He immigrated to Canada in 1953, and 1974 he moved to Lasqueti Island to take on the role of principal and teacher at False Bay School before staring an organic farm. He was a founding member of the Islands Organic Producers Association, and a board and executive member of the Certified Organic Associations of BC. He was also a founding member of Friends of Jedediah Island, which helped make that island a provincial marine park.

About Peter Luckham

Peter Luckham is serving as a Thetis Island Local Trustee since 2005, and Executive Committee Chair since 2014. He has been a full-time resident of Thetis Island since 1987. He said he would like to be able to facilitate better conversations with our constituents, the provincial government and our First Nations neighbours to build a lasting respectful relationship and work together to preserve and protect the islands for future generations.

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