South Pender Island Local Trust Area Trustee Corner

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Meet your South Pender Island Local Trust Committee

Steve Wright

South Pender Island Trustee


T: 1-250-629-6632

Cameron Thorn

South Pender Island Trustee


T: 1-604-317-8174

Peter Luckham Island Trustee

Peter Luckham


E: Email Trustee Luckham

T: 1-250-210-2553

About Steve Wright

Steve Wright is in his first term as a local trustee for South Pender Local Trust Committee. Steve previously served 10 years as a trustee in the late 80s and early 90s including one term as Vice Chair. His return follows a long career as an Island building contractor. Steve is a strong advocate for responsible tourism, ecological protection and solutions in which the entire community can benefit.

About Cameron Thorn

Cameron Thorn is in his second term as a local trustee for South Pender Island. He has been a property owner on the island, with his family, since 2006. With a career in Public Policy and Administration, many of his projects involve the remediation of former industrial properties and the restoration of riparian areas. Cameron has also served as a member of the South Pender Advisory Planning Commission. He is committed to working hard in the community’s interest.

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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