After serving nearly twenty years as Delta’s City Manager, George Harvie was elected to his first term as Mayor of the City of Delta in October 2018, on a promise to deliver leadership on Delta’s most pressing priorities. George is committed to continuing to work towards his goal of Delta being recognized as the best place to live, work and raise a family in Canada.
Rod Binder is a senior business development executive who has spent his career managing marketing and brand building programs for Fortune 500 companies all over North America. Rod has experience volunteering on a number of boards and committees, including the Parks, Recreation and Culture Commission, Deltassist, and the Delta Police Foundation. Rod’s intimate exposure to Delta’s recreational, development and social fabric makes him well equipped to tackle the emerging challenges facing our municipality.
Daniel Boisvert is a lifelong Delta resident and Notary Public serving members of our community. In 2018, Daniel was elected as a School Trustee, where he served as Vice-Chair of the Delta School Board. Daniel’s deeply personal understanding of local issues through his work with thousands of Deltans, paired with his sharp business acumen and proven track record in managing large budgets and complex boards, uniquely positions him as a leader and advocate for Delta.
Jessie Dosanjh is a high-performance athletics coach who has dedicated his life to providing youth with the skills they need to succeed in sports, education and as citizens of their community. After serving as a Delta School Trustee since 2018, Jessie was the first person of South Asian descent ever elected to Delta Council in the City’s 143-year history, along with Councillor Jennifer Johal.
As a fifth-generation farmer and small business owner of Backroads Family Farm Market, Alicia is accessible to the community and connects with residents on an everyday basis. Since her election in 2018, Alicia has been an advocate for the interests of the agricultural and local business communities on Delta Council. As a mother, Alicia is passionate about fostering a family-friendly community for the next generation of Delta families.
Jennifer Johal is a mother, an educator, and businesswoman. She brings a deep understanding of the Tilbury business community through her daily work helping to manage her family business, Raja Trailer. As a Delta Councillor, she is committed to being a bridge between community members, business owners, and their local government. Jennifer is passionate about diversity and inclusion issues. In October 2022, Jennifer became the first person of South Asian descent ever elected to Delta Council in the City’s 143-year history, along with Councillor Jessie Dosanjh.
In 2018, Dylan Kruger became the youngest elected City Councillor in the history of Delta. As a new father, Dylan is beginning his second term on Delta Council with a reenergized commitment to improve livability in Delta and fight to keep young families in our community. Dylan is a strong advocate for local businesses, having served as Delta Council’s liaison to the Delta Chamber of Commerce. Dylan is also a passionate defender of the environment, and advocate for climate action.