Andrea Reimer

Andrea was first elected in 2002 as a School Board trustee with the Green Party. Inspired by Gregor Robertson’s leadership, she joined Vision Vancouver, was elected to City Council in 2008, and re-elected in 2011 and 2014.

As the lead councillor on the City's award-winning Greenest City Action Plan, Councillor Reimer led efforts to make Vancouver a global leader in environmental action, validated by Vancouver being named the fourth greenest city on Earth in 2014. In 2013, she was awarded the Queen's Jubilee medal in recognition of her leadership role on this initiative.

Andrea has also been a strong advocate for open government reforms, bringing in a world-leading Open Data program to make city information open and accessible. The program was cited by BC Business magazine as the reason for naming the City of Vancouver the most innovative organization in the province.


 
 

Jay Heaman

For over 30 years, Jay Heaman has focused his career on electrical distribution and energy conservation in Ontario.

With a demonstrated passion for sustainable energy and intelligent electrical system design, Jay is now applying his experience and leadership skills with the County of Oxford as Manager of Strategic Initiatives.

Oxford County is Ontario's first municipality to make a commitment to 100% renewable energy and Zero Waste.


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Matt Horne

Matt Horne is the City of Vancouver’s climate policy manager. He is responsible for delivering on the City's commitment to have 100% of the energy used in Vancouver come from renewable sources by 2050. He also advises senior management, and mayor and council on climate change policy issues. Prior to joining the City, Matt worked for the Pembina Institute helping to advance climate change policy in B.C. and across Canada. He has a Master of Resource Management degree from Simon Fraser University, and a Bachelor of Industrial Engineering degree from Dalhousie University.

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