Thetis 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

Ken Hunter

Thetis Island Trustee

E: Email Trustee Hunter

T: 1-250-210-1498

Peter Luckham

Thetis Island Trustee

E: Email Trustee Luckham

T: 1-250-210-2553

Tobi Elliott


E: Email LTC Chair

T: 1-250-268-7434

About Ken Hunter

Biography coming soon.

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 community, the provincial government and  First Nations  to build a lasting respectful relationship and work together to preserve and protect the islands for future generations.

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.

Other Trustee News & Resources

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