Councillor Nancy McCurrach
Nancy and her husband Ray have lived in Port Coquitlam since 1992. They have four children; Katrina, Monica Murphy (Andrew Murphy), Jackie, Bill and one grandson Reece. The “McCurrach” family are well known in the community for involvement in highland dancing, gymnastics, skating, musical theatre, softball, hockey and lacrosse.
Nancy worked in the telecommunications industry for three decades where she was awarded the TELUS Customer Service Champion Award three times. She understands how important is it to listen to what the people have to say and this directly relates to listening to the people of PoCo, and making a difference. New Zealand born and growing up in the interior of BC she gained a great respect for the environment and nature from her late father who was an experienced outdoorsman. She even tree planted for an entire summer. Nancy attended UBC completing three years of Post Secondary Studies in the Faculty of Education. In 2017 she was named Port Coquitlam Volunteer of the Year in the category of Safety and Caring, and the recipient of the prestigious International Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service as a Community Champion for helping the most vulnerable newcomers to Canada in the Tri-Cities and for her overall Community Activism. She continues to volunteer in the community helping those less fortunate and has a passion for protecting our environment.
2580 Shaughnessy Street
Port Coquitlam BC
- First Elected 2018
- Council Designate, Arts & Culture, Heritage, Youth & Seniors, Environment and Climate Action
- City Representative, Port Coquitlam Arts Council
- City Representative, Tri-Cities Homelessness & Housing Task Force
- City Representative, Fraser Valley Regional Library
- City Representative: Coquitlam River Watershed Roundtable