Biography

Ken Hardie was elected as the Member of Parliament for Fleetwood—Port Kells in 2015, and has been working with Justin Trudeau and the Liberal team to grow our local economy and offer real help to our families.

Ken and his wife have lived in Surrey’s Fleetwood—Port Kells community for the past 15 years.

As a broadcaster and a senior public affairs manager, Ken Hardie spent his career connecting people with information, resources, and services in order to better inform and engage people in their communities.

After studying economics at the University of British Columbia, and graduating from the Executive Management Development Program at Simon Fraser University, Ken began his career in broadcasting as a commentator, announcer, and interviewer with various radio and television affiliates across BC and Western Canada. As a communication director in the public sector he has been closely involved with key public safety and regional development initiatives across BC and in Metro Vancouver, including Surrey.

Ken designed and implemented innovative mass and social media campaigns that enabled public dialogue, and helped inform major provincial and regional policies. He has seen first hand the importance of engaging with his community to drive results that make a difference in the lives of families from Fleetwood—Port Kells.

With his proven track record in the public sector, Ken is the strong voice that Fleetwood—Port Kells needs in Parliament. He will never stop working hard to build a better future for families in Fleetwood—Port Kells.