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John Aldag is the Member of Parliament for Cloverdale–Langley City. He sits on the Standing Committee on Environment and Sustainable Development and previously sat on both the Special Joint Committee on Physician-Assisted Dying and Special Committee on Electoral Reform.

Born in rural Saskatchewan, John Aldag has lived in six provinces and two territories thanks to his 31-year career with Parks Canada. He has thoroughly enjoyed working to ensure the integrity of natural and cultural resources across Canada’s national parks, national historic sites, and marine conservation areas. An avid outdoorsman, John has called the Fraser Valley home for the past nine years.

John completed numerous post-secondary qualifications as an adult, including an MBA from Royal Roads University, a Bachelor of Business Administration from BC’s Open University, and a Diploma in Public Sector Management from the University of Victoria. Married with three children, John continues to find time to serve his community. He is the current President of Flip City Gymnastics, a former Chair of both the Fort Langley Business Improvement Association and Tourism Langley, a former board member of the Vancouver Coast & Mountains Regional Destination Marketing Organization, and a former Treasurer of the Fort Langley Childcare Society.

John has introduced two pieces of legislation in the House of Commons that will help bolster Indigenous representation nationally, as well as modernize the language in Canadian statutes.

John is the recipient of the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Medal, which honours significant contributions and achievements by Canadians. His work with Tourism Langley was recognized by the 2011 Tourism Langley Lifetime Achievement Award, and he is also a three-time recipient of Parks Canada’s Chief Executive Officer’s Award of Excellence.

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