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ABOUT US

ONE Burnaby is Burnaby’s newest political party, dedicated to bringing a diversity of voices and lived experiences to Burnaby City Council Chamber.

ON THE ISSUES

ONE Burnaby is committed to building a Burnaby for families
ONE Burnaby supports the expansion of TransLink service including more trains & SFU Gondola
ONE Burnaby will invest in our communities ONE Burnaby will support public safety.

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Our Candidates

ONE Burnaby is committed to nominating a slate of candidates representing the best Burnaby has to offer. With voices and experiences drawn from across our city, our slate of candidates are committed to bringing your voice to our City Council chambers.

Mario Miceli is an experienced Executive with proven strengths as a Change Agent, Innovator, Strategic Thinker and Operational leader with a successful track record of managing costs on a portfolio valued over $3Billion. He earned his BA and his Certificate in Leadership Education and Business Administration from the Beedie School of Business, both at SFU. Mario is Executive Director of the Il Centro Italian Cultural Centre overseeing a very capable senior team, managing business activities and expanding the operational and program reach of il Centro and enhancement of their strategic plan. For some 20 years Mario worked at ICBC in a variety of positions including Director of Strategic Development and Director of Business Transformation. Mario has volunteered as Chair of the BC-Yukon Advocacy Committee for Diabetes Canada. He is also Vice Treasurer, Board of Directors and Co-Chair BC Chapter of the Work Wellness and Disability Prevention Institute.
Richard T. Lee is well known for his service to the people of Burnaby as their MLA for 16 years. During that time he served as the Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly. Richard earned a Combined Honours Bachelor of Science degree from UBC in physics and mathematics and a Master of Sciences from UBC in Applied Mathematics. Richard worked at UBC's Department of Mathematics and started working at TRIUMF, Canada's national particle research facility as a programmer analyst. Richard attended the United States Particle Accelerator School at Berkeley in 1989 and once again in 1990 at Harvard University. Richard's community service includes: British Columbia Heritage Language Association director; Burnaby District Parents' Advisory Council member; Burnaby Chinese Parents Association vice-president; Burnaby Multicultural Society director; Burnaby Voters Non-Partisan Association director; and Civic Education Society director. He and his late wife, Anne, married and settled in Burnaby in 1986. He has three children.
Mona Grewal owns her own company specializing in Interior Design. She is also a co-owner in separate architecture and design company. Key to her success is her ability to listen, understand people’s dreams, desires and real needs and then work with them to find the best solutions given budget parameters. She received her diploma from BCIT while raising three young children. She experienced the challenges women encounter in pursuing and education and career while raising a family. She now champions education as a means of economic empowerment for women. Mona immigrated to Canada 30 years ago. She knows the many difficulties immigrants face. She seeks to develop and implement evidence based and culturally responsive solutions to promote assess, inclusion and meaningful engagement with civic and public amenities including higher education and employment.
Richard N. Liu brings our team public relations, diplomacy, major events organization experience and a proven track record for community engagement. He was Canada’s Team Attaché at the 2008 Paralympic Summer Games; and a Canadian Team Official at the 2022 Winter Olympic Games that included working with Team Canada’s Men’s and Women’s hockey teams. In Beijing, Richard played a lead role for fifteen years in the Terry Fox Run; and was recognized for his role in the 25th anniversary of the Rick Hansen Man in Motion World Tour. Richard graduated from STMC in Burnaby for high school, received his BA in East Asian Area Studies at UBC, and was a MA candidate at Peking University. He started the influential network "Canadians in China" over 2 decades ago, and founded the Canadian Alumni Network (CAN) that connects over 16,000 alumni in China who attended Canada’s post-secondary institutions. Richard is the Honorary Brigade Division President for St. John Ambulance (Burnaby), Canada’s leading first aid and safety charity. With a passion for connecting education, history, culture and storytelling, he sits on the Barkerville Heritage Trust, and is a Heritage Commissioner for the City of Burnaby. As an advisor and advocate for international trade, Richard continues to work with the Burnaby Board of Trade, and was a delegate of the municipal trade mission to Korea in 2018. Richard is married and has two children.
Brea Huang Sami holds a Master's degree in comparative literature from Beijing Normal University, a Bachelor's degree in education, a diploma in accounting and is a designated CPA, CA. Brea is an experienced financial auditor having worked for over ten years with leading firms such as KPMG and DMCL. She has a keen analytical ability to find innovative and efficient ways to provide assurance, deliver value-added services, and anticipate how new and emerging risks and opportunities may impact our city. Brea is passionate about building a fair, diverse, inclusive and a sustainable community that embraces and empowers everyone to achieve their best potential. Brea championed the KPMG Family For Literacy program in Burnaby and was a candidate in Burnaby South in the 2021 federal election. Brea immigrated from China to Canada in 2005 and settled in Burnaby, where she along with her husband Vikash, an immigrant too from Fiji, are raising their family of 3 children.
Mike Hillman was elected as Councillor for the City of Burnaby in June 2021 and is a member and Vice Chair of the Executive Management Committee. He also serves on the Public Safety Committee, Parcel Tax Roll Review Panel, and the Metro Vancouver Task Force on Flood Resiliency. Mike’s Burnaby roots run deep. All his schooling was in Burnaby - from Sussex Elementary to SFU. He now lives on Marine Drive where he built a multi-generational home in 2010. Mike’s strength is bringing people and ideas together. Mike worked to bring major projects to BC, including Expo ’86, SkyTrain, the Victoria Commonwealth Games and the 1992 World Amateur Golf Team Championships. His firm also represented communities from 100 Mile House north as they promoted economic development in the Lower Mainland. Mike’s first political campaign was in Burnaby in 1968 and he has managed/chaired several campaigns at all three levels of government. Mike was the federal Liberal candidate in Burnaby in the 1984 General Election. Mike is married, with two children and three granddaughters.

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