Kevin Falcon

Executive Vice President

Mr. Falcon served for 12 years in various senior cabinet positions in the BC government prior to his decision to retire in August, 2012. As Minister of State for Deregulation, Falcon led the BC government's successful effort to reduce unnecessary red tape by more than 40% in government’s first mandate. He further served for 6 years as Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, overseeing the largest transportation capital program in BC history, including the Sea to Sky Highway upgrade, Canada Line, William Bennett Bridge and the Port Mann Bridge, to name but a few.

As Minister of Health he led initiatives to improve productivity in the public health care system, such as Patient Focused Funding, supply chain consolidation amongst Health Authorities and support for population based lifestyle and dietary changes.

While Minister of Finance Kevin led a substantial capital markets outreach effort to promote British Columbia’s financial strengths amidst great global uncertainty. His financial stewardship received broad financial market support and a re-affirmation of the Province's AAA credit rating.

Falcon's leadership has earned him recognition several times in Vancouver Magazine's annual ranking of the City's 50 most influential leaders.

Falcon is a recipient of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee medal for his significant contributions to British Columbia and Canada.

Prior to his public career, Falcon was Vice President of Northwest Investment Properties and received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Simon Fraser University and his real estate education from the University of British Columbia.

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