Nate Dolha 

Squamish candidate profile


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Occupation? Business Analyst for TSI, Canada's largest Container Terminal Operator (Vanterm and Deltaport)

Furthest place travelled? England

Describe yourself in five words or less. Collaborative, pragmatic, strategic, passionate, articulate

What is something people would be surprised to learn about you? That I am a musician (and a pretty good one too!)

Profile Questions:
What do you see as the top election issues? Economic Development

What would you do to enhance the environment for business? Create an investment process that is transparent, unbiased, and efficient. We need to make it easy to come to Squamish and be successful, provided our requirements as a community are met.

Give an example of a difficult situation you have overcome. I work on the waterfront within the Port Metro Vancouver with a strong, effective union in the ILWU. As my work involves process improvement and automation, most days are challenging in that environment.

Where should people go to get more information about you? Web:


Twitter: @natedolha

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