Burnaby South

Maureen Curran (she/her) moved to Victoria to do her Master’s in physics and fell in love with B.C. She has taught science and math in Coquitlam for 22 years, and works with the Simon Fraser University teacher training program, building sustainable and socially diverse learning communities.

Maureen has been an active community member while raising her two boys in New West and Burnaby. From coaching little league to chairing fundraisers for an accessible playground, participating on local cycling advocacy committees or running clubs at her school, Maureen has always worked to make a difference.

A coordinator with Protect the Planet Stop TMX, Maureen is a peaceful land defender. She’s spent days and nights in a tent suspended above the Brunette River forest that is slated to be destroyed to make way for a tar sands expansion pipeline. As a scientist, Maureen understands the planetary emergency is so dangerous that we must do everything we can to prevent it.

Maureen is a candidate you can trust to give her all in helping make a better Canada: one that puts the needs of all families at the forefront and that takes fully to heart the responsibilities of reconciliation and stewardship.