Greg Moore is the Chair of the Metro Vancouver Board of Directors and the Mayor of the City of Port Coquitlam in British Columbia, Canada.
Greg was elected as Port Coquitlam’s 15th Mayor in November 2008 and as Chair of Metro Vancouver in December 2011.
The City of Port Coquitlam is vibrant community of approximately 58,000 residents located in the heart of the Lower Mainland and is one of the member municipalities who comprise the Metro Vancouver region.
Metro Vancouver is the regional governing body of a federation of 24 local authorities including twenty-two municipalities, one electoral area and a Treaty First Nation that provides regional services and leadership to over 2 million residents. Metro Vancouver plans and provides solid waste, sewerage and drinking water services, sets the broad strategic direction for managing growth in the region, with particular emphasis on land use planning, and develops and maintains an extensive regional park system and over 3500 social housing units.
Greg is a lifelong resident of Port Coquitlam with over 10 years municipal government experience. He has a Masters of Business Administration, with an emphasis in Digital Technology from Royal Roads University and a Bachelor Degree in Urban Geography/Planning from Simon Fraser University.