Chosen in April 2019, Bolin led the party through the 2020 provincial election, where the party achieved the highest vote count in forty years, with the exception of John Cummins in 2013.
Outside of his leadership role, Trevor has served as a Fort St. John City Councillor since 2008.
In 2022, he was reelected for a fifth term with more than 66% of the vote.
Born in raised in Fort St. John, Trevor takes his Councillor role seriously and has participated in several portfolios including the Comprehensive Development Plan Committee, Energy Literacy Committee, First Nations Relations Committee and the Rural Fire Protection Agreement and Fire Department Management Committee.
When not on party business, Trevor stays busy owning businesses in Northern BC and Alberta. He is extremely involved in his community and those around the Province.
Trevor has volunteered over the years for many local and provincial not-for-profit groups and boards. Trevor is married to Lori, and they have two sons.
On March 3rd, Trevor announced he would be transitioning into an Interim-Leader role until a new leader is elected. Trevor intends to run for the Conservative Party in his riding in the upcoming provincial election.
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