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Community members endorse Zoe for election on Oct 15th.
Thanks to Carola Alder, Hema Bhatt, Jason Chong, Mike Cornish, Amin Eskootch, Jennifer Levers, Navid Morawej, Liam Olsen, Lisa Park, Wade Perrett, Rob Shoucair, Margarita Simon, and Shainaz Velji for your support!
IAFF2399 Firefighters endorse Zoe for election on Oct 15th.
Thanks to IAFF2399 President Wade Perrett, Vice President Mike Cornish, and former Treasurer Rob Shoucair!
“Port Moody Firefighters IAFF Local 2399 has been proud to endorse Zoё Royer’s candidacy as City Councillor for nearly a decade. Zoё is a trusted, compassionate leader in our community, and brings awareness to causes that Firefighters support.
Councillor Zoё Royer has genuine admiration for our profession, the work we do in partnership with the community, and a deep respect for the risks involved in emergency response. Zoё understands the issues that matter to our residents, and our community is well-served because she is hard at work on their behalf. A dedicated volunteer, Zoё is actively engaged in community life.
We heartily endorse Zoё Royer’s candidacy for Coquitlam School District #43 School Trustee”
Port Moody Firefighters IAFF2399
“Zoë is a kind-hearted and hardworking Councillor whom I am honoured to call a friend. As a local business owner, long time community volunteer, and mother of two daughters, she understands the hardships facing families and seniors. She governs fairly and is a great asset to the community”
Lisa Park, SD43 School Trustee
"For those of you who are pondering names on election ballots, please consider my recommendations for Zoë Royer as your SD43 selection in Port Moody, and for city council.
Zoë has been an absolute delightful person to work with on Reconciliation Initiatives and other things. She is a person who immerses herself in work with a full dedication to be innovative and see things through."
Kwikwetlem First Nations Chief Ed Hall
“Zoё is committed to our community and its residents, and demonstrates her commitment through public service advocacy. Zoё gets things done! Projects and initiatives, through creative solutions and working collaboratively with kindness and passion. Zoё delights on seeing others achieve success. She will be a strong voice as School Trustee for educational excellence and in support for students and families”
Valerie Simons, former President and Chair, Port Moody Arts Centre Society
“At the core of it, true leadership is about caring for people – and Zoë is a strong, compassionate leader who will continue to listen and advocate for the families of our diverse communities.”
Jane Shin, Vice President, Students & Community Development, VCC, and former MLA for Burnaby-Lougheed
“Zoë is a pragmatic, compassionate, and experienced leader who has consistently served her community with integrity and commitment. Her many years of experience in local government is a testament to Zoë Royer’s ability to listen to the needs and concerns of constituents and to work hard on their behalf. Zoë helped shape policies that strike the right balance between community needs, environmental protection, and financial sustainability for the City. The community is well-served because of Zoe’s leadership. She has my full support in her bid for election this month.”
Amin Eskootch, Co-owner, Aultrust Financial
“Her voice may be soft, but her strength is undeniable; Zoё faces challenges head on, with grace and integrity. In her 11 years on Council, Zoё worked exceedingly hard to build a compassionate, sustainable and beautiful community, and Port Moody is fabulous as a result. Zoё always puts people first and her creative and thoughtful approach is something I always admire about her. She will be a thoughtful and hardworking Trustee.”
Laura Dupont, Port Coquitlam City Councillor
“Zoё has a proven track record as a caring and involved community leader in our city. Her passion for protecting our natural resources and building creative connections helped make Port Moody a city of the Arts.”
Joyelle Brandt, Author; Parenting with PTSD
“Zoё Royer is great at everything she sets her mind to. I am constantly amazed at all the projects she takes on and how she integrates and involves others. She helps everyone shine and grow. I can’t imagine anyone, anywhere more qualified to be a School Board representative. The children, parents and educators of School District 43 will be well served by Ms Royer’s advocacy and support on their behalf.””
Susan Chambers, Owner, Telecat Communications
“Zoë Royer is a hardworking and long-serving city Councillor in the Tri-Cities. She is a trusted and compassionate leader, who leads by example with a thoughtful and balanced approach. She is a strong advocate for the families of our diverse communities, and she has always supported the Arts and multiculturalism. Zoë has my full support in her bid for election on Oct 15th”
Shohre Shirazi, Artist and Instructor
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