Gordon Hogg

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The Honourable
Gordon Hogg
MLA for Surrey-White Rock
Assumed office
Preceded by Wilf Hurd
Minister of Children and Family Development
In office
June 5, 2001 – January 26, 2004
Premier Gordon Campbell
Preceded by none
Succeeded by Christy Clark
Personal details
Political party Liberal
Occupation Politician

Gordon Hogg is a Canadian politician. BC Liberal Member of the Legislative Assembly, in the province of British Columbia, Canada. He has represented the riding of Surrey-White Rock since 1997.[1] He currently serves as the Parliamentary Secretary for Not for Profit-Public Partnerships. Previously he has been Minister of State for Mining, Minister of State for ActNowBC and Minister of Children and Family Development.

Hogg was a counsellor, probation officer and regional director for corrections prior to his election to the Legislative Assembly. He received his bachelor of arts in sociology and psychology from the University of British Columbia and his master’s degree in psychology from Antioch College.

He served on White Rock city council for 20 years, for 10 of which he was mayor. He has been a board member of more than 15 committees and non-profit societies, including the Peace Arch Community Health Council and Peace Arch Hospital. He has also been a foster parent and Little League coach.

Hogg and his wife, LaVerne, live in White Rock and have one son. His father Al Hogg was a prominent physician in White Rock honoured with the naming of a residential care facility at Peace Arch Hospital.


  1. ^ "Liberals win B.C. byelection easily". Waterloo Region Record. 16 September 1997. p. 4. Retrieved 17 March 2011. 

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