Greg Kyllo

Greg Kyllo

Your MLA for Shuswap

Get to Know Greg Kyllo

Greg Kyllo was elected as the MLA for Shuswap in 2013, 2017 and again in 2020.

Greg has served as a member of the Select Standing Committee on Aboriginal Affairs. He has also served as the Parliamentary Secretary for the BC Jobs Plan to the Minister of Jobs, Tourism, and Skills Training, and a member of Treasury Board, Cabinet Committee on Core Review, Cabinet Committee on Strong Economy, Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts and the Premier’s Priority and Planning Committee.

Prior to being elected as MLA, Greg was the President and CEO of Twin Anchors Marine/TA Structures for 24 years.

His interest in politics began after watching his father, an active member in local politics, serve as both councillor and mayor of Taylor. Greg sat on the Sicamous District Council in 2011 and was appointed deputy mayor. He was also the chair of the Finance Committee and served on the Sicamous Economic Development Board.

Greg was born in Fort St. John, living in the community of Taylor before settling in Sicamous in 1978. He attended Parkview Elementary and Eagle River Secondary in Sicamous before continuing his studies at Okanagan College in Salmon Arm.

Greg and his wife Georgina continue to make Sicamous their home. They have four daughters and six grandchildren.

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Students paying for lack of NDP support

Students paying for lack of NDP support
FORT ST. JOHN (October 15, 2020) – School boards across the province are in danger of having to cut staff and services because John Horgan and the NDP are refusing to keep them whole during the pandemic.

Cullen’s offensive comments a pattern

SMITHERS (October 22, 2020) – The NDP has known about Nathan Cullen’s true attitude towards First Nations people since 2015.

This revelation comes after Cullen was caught making derogatory comments about a Haida Chief in this election.

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