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Dave Hayer

Dave Hayer
MLA
MLA for Surrey-Tynehead
In office
2001–2013
Succeeded by Amrik Virk
Personal details
Born 1958
Political party Liberal
Residence Surrey, British Columbia

Dave Sukhdip Singh Hayer (Dave Hayer) is a politician from the province of British Columbia, Canada and the son of slain journalist Tara Singh Hayer.

After defeating Doug McCallum, then the Mayor of Surrey, for the BC Liberal party nomination, Hayer served as the first Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia for the riding of Surrey-Tynehead from the 2001 election to 2013.[1]

In June 2013, Hayer announced he would compete for the Conservative Party of Canada nomination to be the Member of Parliament for the future federal riding of Cloverdale-Langley City.

Hayer was a member of the Select Standing Committee on Finance and Government Services, the Select Standing Committeee on Health, and Convener for the Select Standing Committee on Legislative Initiatives.

Personal life

Hayer has lived in Surrey since 1972. He married Isabelle Martinez Hayer in 1981. They have four children: Alexander, Sonia, Anthony and Katrina.

Recognition

  • In 2007, Hayer received the Pravasi Bharatiya Samman Award given to people of Indian heritage, no longer living in India, who have made notable contributions.
  • In 2013, Hayer was presented with a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal by the terrorism issues in Canada.

References

  • Official web site
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