David Eby is the provincial government representative for the constituency of Vancouver-Point Grey. In 2017 David was re-elected to serve a second term in the B.C. Legislature and on July 18th 2017 was appointed to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General. David was first elected in 2013 with the New Democrat Official Opposition where he served as spokesperson for Translink, Housing and Liquor Policy, B.C. Housing, B.C. Lottery Corporation, B.C. Pavilion Corporation, Destination B.C., and the Liquor Distribution Branch.
An award-winning human rights lawyer, David was the Executive Director of the B.C. Civil Liberties Association prior to his election in May of 2013. He has appeared at all levels of court in British Columbia, where he helped protect human rights, democratic rights, and the rights of the homeless and underhoused in Vancouver.
Currently, David works with Vancouver-Point Grey’s residents and businesses every day, advocating for their interests locally and provincially. Visit the “Our Community” section of the website to learn more.
If you wish to contact David please visit our community office at 2909 West Broadway or contact him via email.