Elections

Daly runs in North Saanich

Ted Daly added his name to those seeking a seat on North Saanich council.

Daly served six years as mayor of North Saanich, until ousted by the present mayor, Alice Finall. Prior to his two terms as mayor, he was a councillor in North Saanich for three years, and served as a Sidney councillor for nine years. He served as Capital Regional District director for six years, and was a member of the Peninsula Recreation Commission for 15 years.

He said, once more details are known and extensive public consultation has been held, he would support revitalization of the Sandown Raceway lands. He also supports additional housing options for young families and seniors in North Saanich, adding that this would ensure “a balanced community.”

Daly also advocates a thorough review of the municipal budget and he would like to see a continuation of the expansion of the bike path network in the municipality.

He has extensive experience in the local community, having been zone coordinator for the Kidney Foundation of Canada for 12 years, a 15-year member of the Sidney Little League association, and parade coordinator for Peninsula Celebrations Society’s Canada Day and Santa Claus parades for the past three years. He was also named Victoria Sportsman of the year.

 

Daly retired in 2006 from his position as a senior labour relations consultant with the Health Employers Association of British Columbia, a job he had held for 18 years.

 

 

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