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Citizens' Assembly Member Profile

Bill Jackson

BILL JACKSON says working on the Assembly is "a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to be involved in the democratic process without being involved in partisan politics." He is a prosecutor in Dawson Creek, teaches criminology and is a bencher on the Law Society of B.C. Born in Regina, Bill has lived in B.C. 12 years, is married and has three children – two in college and one in high school. He is a founding member of Peace Energy Cooperative, a new organization attempting to set up a wind-generating energy system. He is also a member of the Violence Against Women in Relationships committee. And Bill is a member of the Community Resource Network which deals with elder abuse. As for hobbies, Bill says he used to golf "before I became a bencher." "I used to read and play chess too."
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