Brad Sperling, Chair of the Peace River Regional District, was elected as Director for Electoral Area ‘C’ in the November 2014 Local Government Election, and then as Chair in 2017.
Being born and raised in the area, Brad brings experience, expertise, leadership, and a commitment to inspire change to the Board. Prior to Brad’s local government years, Brad worked with for BC Rail for 10 years and has been self-employed as a carpenter since then.
Brad’s strong sense of community is demonstrated by advocating for rural and remote communities in the region. Brad cares about the people who call this place home. He believes that the voice of the community should be brought to the planning process, and encourages residents to contact him with any question.
Brad understands the full range of challenges that affect Regional Districts. As Chair of the Peace River Regional District, Brad believes that all local governments should have a significant voice at both the provincial and federal levels of government, and only by working together as a collective voice with our partners, can we address these challenges, and help bring about positive change to our communities and our region.
Brad’s political interests include health care, social-economic diversification, solid waste and recycling, reclaimed water, connectivity, community engagement, rural infrastructure, and growth.
Alternate Director: Kimberly Wylie
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Regional Board Appointments:
Electoral Area Directors’ Committee
Invasive Plant Committee
Solid Waste Committee (Alternate)
Health Care Scholarship Criteria Select Committee
North Peace Fringe Area Official Community Plan Steering Committee
Emergency Executive Committee
Fire Management Committees – Fort St. John and Taylor
North Peace Airport Commission
North Peace Leisure Pool Commission
Parcel Tax Roll Review Panel
Rural Budget Administration Committee
Charlie Lake Conservation Society
Hydro Go Fund (BCH Peace Region Non-Profit Community Fund)
Municipal Finance Authority of BC
Northern Development Initiative – NE Regional Advisory Committee
Peace Region Non-Profit Committee Fund (BC Hydro go Fund)
Regional Community Liaison Committee – Site C Clean Energy Project
Community Measures Advisory Committee
UBCM Flood and Wildfire Advisory Committee