From the Peninsula News:
By Contributed - Peninsula News Review
Published: October 14, 2011 1:00 AM
Celia Stock will stand for election as a councillor in North Saanich in the upcoming November election.
A resident of North Saanich, Stock has 35 years experience in public policy making, and as a negotiator for the federal government with aboriginal people in BC and across Canada.
Stock has political experience as an alderman for the City of Yellowknife, NWT, as a ministerial policy advisor, and as a long-time campaign worker in numerous municipal, provincial and federal election campaigns, both in BC and other jurisdictions.
“I am running for election to North Saanich council because I am committed to public service and plan to utilize my knowledge, experience and innovative abilities to ensure the continued quality of life in North Saanich. I have always been able to bring creative solutions to issue problem-solving, and plan to continue working this way on council,” she said.
Currently, Stock is working as a consultant in aboriginal policy, risk management, and consultation and facilitation.
“My approach involves working with a strong emphasis on integrity, ethics and values. As a councillor, I will work to serve the people of North Saanich, and bring trust and transparency to our local government.”