Zeb King for Saanich North and the Islands

Ready to serve the people of Saanich North and the Islands.

As a longtime Central Saanich councillor and climate change leader, Zeb King has worked tirelessly to represent his community—and now he’s ready to join John Horgan’s team and deliver results for people in Saanich North and the Islands.

Zeb has served on the Central Saanich Council since 2002, earning a reputation as a collaborative leader who’s committed to finding solutions. He successfully championed the municipality’s first climate change plan and more recently led efforts to accelerate the plan so that it meets international scientific targets.

With over a decade of experience working for the Ministry of Health, Zeb will be a strong advocate for improving access to primary healthcare professionals—like the new Urgent Primary Care Centres on the South Island, so more people can access care when they need it.

Zeb graduated from the University of Victoria, has a Master of Public Administration (MPA) from UVic, and is working on a doctorate at Royal Roads University. He has deep roots in the riding: it’s where his grandparents lived, where he went to school, and where he’s lived and worked for decades.

As a member of John Horgan’s team, Zeb is committed to improving affordability and protecting our environment so that we can build a brighter future for everyone.


BC NDP Candidate for Saanich North & the Islands. Authorized by Shelley Forrester, Financial Agent 1-250-686-1192


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  • Vivian Chenard
    commented 2020-10-16 09:36:02 -0700
    What is Zeb’s position on the Site C dam given the new report by Robert McCullough?

    The report says that BC Hydro customers will save an initial $116 million a year if the B.C. government cancels construction of the Site C dam and the savings will only grow over time.
    McCullough, who provided expert advice on the Site C project to B.C. cabinet in 2017, says stopping the Peace River hydro project now will also avoid significant geotechnical risks that BC Hydro hasn’t been able to resolve. Those risks were only disclosed to British Columbians on July 31.
  • Liam Lawson
    published this page 2020-10-06 18:49:55 -0700