Councillor Nancy McCurrach
Nancy and her husband Ray have lived in Port Coquitlam since 1992 where they have raised their four grown children; Katrina, Monica Murphy (Andrew Murphy), Jackie and Bill. The “McCurrach” family are well known in the community for involvement in highland dancing, gymnastics, skating, musical theatre, Coastal Sound of Music, softball, hockey and lacrosse.
Nancy is highly skilled in communications and has been employed in the telecommunications industry since 1989. She is currently in the mobility loyalty and retention department.
Nancy attended UBC completing three years of Post Secondary Studies in the Faculty of Education. She trained for fourteen years in Shotokan karate where she achieved her Shodan (2nd) degree black belt. Nancy is well known for her community involvement and achievements. In 2017 she was named Port Coquitlam Volunteer of the Year in the category of Safety and Caring, and the recipient of the prestigious North American Community Champion International Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service for helping the most vulnerable newcomers to Canada in the Tri-Cities and for her overall Community Activism.
She enjoys family time, dog Shelby, Qualicum Bay, downhill skiing, hiking and fishing.
2580 Shaughnessy Street
Port Coquitlam BC
- First Elected 2018
- City Representative, Fraser Valley Regional Library
- City Representative, PoCo Arts
- 2017 Certificate of Excellence for Community Service from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau
- Eight-year volunteer City of Port Coquitlam Arts & Culture Program
- Previously Appointed Citizen’s Advisor, Port Coquitlam Smart Growth Committee
- Previously Appointed Citizen’s Advisor, Transportation Solutions & Public Works Committee
- Eight Time Community Spirit Award, CHLOE Award & Customer 1st Champion (work)
- Eternally grateful recipient of four cornea transplants and an advocate for organ donations
- PoCo Heritage Trees member
- Member Soroptimist of the Tri-Cities; volunteer Walk A Mile & Warm Place
- Council Designate: Arts, Culture and Heritage