Today we pray for Adrian Dix and ask for your wisdom as he continues in his role as health critic. The Health portfolio has and will have many areas that need to be worked on. With the coming 'wave of baby boomers' that will flood the health care system there needs to be level-headed yet creative solutions to meet the challenges ahead.
We pray for great insight for Adrian as he works in this area. We ask that Adrian would work in a non-partisan way for the betterment of the people of British Columbia. We ask that the solutions presented would not about any one party but rather be focused on providing the best care for each and every British Columbian. Fill Adrian with brilliant and workable solutions to our health care system. Bless him and all that he does and will do in the future.
Adrian Dix was re-elected as MLA for Vancouver-Kingsway on May 12, 2009. He was first elected to the Legislature on May 17, 2005.
Adrian serves as opposition critic for Health Services.
Adrian has extensive experience as a non-profit director, education community leader, government strategist and media commentator.
For the past five years, Adrian travelled the province as Executive Director of Canadian Parents for French – BC & Yukon Branch, a non-profit organization promoting language education.
Adrian is a commentator on public policy whose regular columns were published in the Victoria Times-Colonist and The Source, a Vancouver multicultural newspaper. Over the past five years, he was regularly called upon to present views on public policy issues for local, provincial, national and international media.
Adrian also served as the Chief of Staff to Premier Glen Clark from 1996 to 1999. Adrian grew up in Vancouver, graduated from University of British Columbia and now lives in the Collingwood neighbourhood.