Member of Parliament for South Surrey-White Rock
Gordie Hogg is the current Member of Parliament for the communities of South Surrey and White Rock, having served as the area’s MLA from 1997 to 2017. In that role, he served as Minister of State for Mining, Minister of State for Act Now BC, and Minister of Children and Family Development.
Gordon has been a counsellor, a probation officer, and regional director for corrections. He received his bachelor of art in sociology and psychology from the University of British Columbia and his master’s degree in psychology from Antioch College. In 2016 Gordon Hogg was awarded a PhD from Simon Fraser University and appointed Adjunct professor at the School of Criminology.
He served on White Rock council for 20 years, for 10 of which he was mayor. He has been a board member of more than 15 committees and non-profit societies, including the Peace Arch Community Health Council and the Peace Arch District Hospital.
Gordon Hogg and his wife, LaVerne, live in White Rock and have one son. Gordon has also been a dedicated foster parent and little league coach. His roots in the community start with his father, Al Hogg, who was a prominent physician in White Rock honoured with the naming of a residential care facility at Peace Arch Hospital.
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