Wednesday, April 11, 2012

MLA: Doug Routley - Nanaimo-North Cowichan

Dearest Heavenly Father, we know that You have placed Doug Routley, MLA for Nanaimo - North Cowichan and Opposition Critic for Citizen’s Services and Open Government, to serve in our province for this precise time. We thank You for how You have prepared him for this role.  May all his knowledge and experiences be utilized in the best possible way. Guide his thoughts with each task or decision he makes. May he do all according to Your will for the utmost benefit of the people of his constituency and of our province.  May he and his family be blessed with health and happy times together. Amen.

Doug Routley was elected as the MLA for Nanaimo-North Cowichan on May 12, 2009. He served as MLA for Cowichan-Ladysmith from May 17, 2005 until the riding boundaries were re-drawn.

Doug serves as opposition critic for Citizens’ Services and open government.

Doug was born May 9, 1961 in New Westminster, BC and grew up in Duncan.

He comes from a family of educators and attended the public schools of the Cowichan Valley and attended Camosun College before traveling to Japan, where he lived and worked for one year.

Doug has experience in logging, as a sawmill worker, treeplanter and in construction. He also has been a business owner and operator, school custodian and School Trustee.

While in Japan, Doug taught English and studied Sumea, traditional Japanese ink painting. He was a bicycle racer and while training in Japan, met a bicycle manufacturer. After his return to Canada, Doug established a bicycle retail and wholesale company which had dealers throughout Canada and the USA.

Doug has two daughters, Sasha and Madeline.

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