Kerry-Lynne Findlay is an accomplished parliamentarian, lawyer, and community leader. She currently serves in the Parliament of Canada as the Member of Parliament for the riding of South Surrey—White Rock in British Columbia.
During her time in parliament, Kerry-Lynne has served as the Shadow Minister for the Environment and Climate Change for the Official Opposition and was recently named the Conservative Party’s representative on CANZUK relations. Kerry-Lynne also serves on the House of Commons Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights.
Previously, she was appointed Minister of National Revenue (2013-2015), Associate Minister of National Defence (2013), and Parliamentary Secretary to Justice (2011-2013).
Kerry-Lynne grew up primarily on Vancouver Island and graduated from the University of British Columbia (UBC). She then established a successful law practice in downtown Vancouver in civil litigation, family law, employment law, aboriginal land issues, and mediation.
Kerry-Lynne is highly involved in her community, serving as a BC India Business Network Advisory Board member and Treasurer of BC & Alberta Guide Dogs. She is an active member of Rotary International, (2018-19 Club President), South Surrey White Rock Chamber of Commerce, Surrey Board of Trade, and the Canadian Bar Association.
Kerry-Lynne lives in South Surrey with her husband, Brent Chapman. They are the parents of four children, and grandparents of three small boys and one girl.
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