Colin Kinsley

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His Worship
Colin Kinsley
Mayor of Prince George, British Columbia
In office
1996–2008
Succeeded by Dan Rogers
Personal details
Nationality Canadian

Colin Kinsley was the mayor of Prince George, British Columbia, Canada from December 1996 through November 2008, when he chose to retire. He has been a resident of Prince George since 1971.

Early years[edit]

Before he began in public office, Kinsley worked for 30 years in the natural gas industry.

Early political career[edit]

Kinsley served as an alderman from 1984-1993. During that time, he also served four years as chairman of the regional district board. Aside from his mayoral duties, Kinsley was also a director on the board of the Regional District of Fraser-Fort George and a director on the boards of several Prince George community groups including the Northern Medical School Program Action Group.

Kinsley served as the president of the North Central Municipal Association in 1989-1990.

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