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Watch Councillors Linda Annis and Mike Bose Speak on the Surrey Policing Decision

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Councillor Linda Annis

Councillor Linda Annis was first elected to serve on Surrey City Council in 2018 and re-elected in 2022. An active Surrey volunteer for more than 20 years, Linda is also Executive Director of Metro Vancouver Crime Stoppers. Her community work includes being past national Chair of Osteoporosis Canada, a former Board member of Uniti, director of the BC Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, and a past Chair of the Zajac Ranch for Children. Currently,Linda is on the Board of the Surrey Cares Foundation, director on the Surrey Arts Festival board, and represents Surrey on the Board of the Metro Vancouver Regional District. Linda has also served on the City’s audit, library, community services, parks and recreation, and public safety committees. Linda is currently on the City’s finance and parcel tax review committee and is the Council liaison to the SAFE program which works with children, teens, families and schools to prevent gang violence. She is the obedient servant of two active Dalmatians, Randi and Ron, who constantly lobby for more of her time.

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Councillor Mike Bose

Mike Bose of Cloverdale is a fourth generation Surrey farmer and was a member of the first student council at Kwantlen College. President of the Surrey Farmers Institute, Mike is a former director of the Surrey Hospital Foundation and is a member of the Surrey Cares Foundation. His extensive business background includes being chair of the Mutual Fire Insurance Company of British Columbia. Mike was a Cloverdale hockey coach for 30 years and his family’s fall corn maze is an annual attraction for local families. 

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