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Paul Galbraith

PAUL GALBRAITH is interested in the way government serves the public. In B.C., he says, geography and "the cultural establishment" create challenges both to public representation and to the government. "We tend to be polarized," says Paul, who retired in 2003 as manager of intergovernmental relations for Parks Canada and now runs his own cattle ranch. He hopes the work of the Assembly will help to solve these problems. Born in Invermere, Paul is married and has two grown sons. He has worked for Parks Canada in the Northwest Territories and every province except Quebec and Nova Scotia. Paul moved back to B.C. in 1998 and lives in Spillimacheen , 38 miles south of Golden. He is currently involved in conservation activities on Crown and private land and continues to be involved in First Nations issues. His hobbies include fly fishing and canoeing.
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