For Oak Bay Council


“Strong local government should be a working partnership with the community it serves.” (Cairine Green, B.A., M.Ed.)

A community is strong when its members are connected and included.
While the past two years have tested our strength as a community and our ability to engage together, we are RESILIENT. And at the heart of our resilience are the people, families, volunteers, services, programs, groups, organizations, small businesses, and countless others who define and support our quality of life in Oak Bay. A strong and resilient community like Oak Bay needs equally strong leadership from its Council. I’m running again to provide that leadership on such important issues as housing, climate change, active transportation, infrastructure, environmental protection, and relationship-building with local Indigenous communities through Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation.


2015–18 Chair & Member, Oak Bay Heritage Commission, to provide leadership to major heritage initiatives, Oak Bay Council, heritage promotion & public education.

2015–Present Council Member of the College of Applied Biologists, BC’s professional regulator (2015-2021); current member of the Investigations Committee (2021-present).

2015–2018 Board Director of Our Place Society, serving the region’s unhoused & vulnerable populations; Vice-Chair 2017–18.


Municipal Councillor, North Saanich (2005 – 2011) & Oak Bay, (2011 – 2014) & (2018-2022).

Strong Advocacy: new rental housing, secondary suites, and infill options; appointed to co-lead Indigenous Truth and Reconciliation outreach

Proven Leadership as Council Liaison to business & tourism, regional arts, labour relations & Indigenous affairs

Successful Careers in criminal justice, family mediation, post-secondary & K-12 Indigenous education & public policy

Conflict resolution & Group facilitation

I WILL continue to ACT on Oak Bay’s key challenges & priorities, including:

Sound & balanced land use planning, for housing diversity, the OB Lodge site & the OB Marina site

Financial & savings strategies to sustain and improve public infrastructure, including parks, roads, sidewalks, cycling, sewers, water & drainage

Proactive environmental stewardship of our natural green spaces & assets

Indigenous relations & Truth and Reconciliation

Public engagement that is timely & transparent

Please RE-ELECT CAIRINE GREEN on October 15th.
To Reach Me
Twitter: @CairineGreen

Voting Information

Advanced Polls

October 5 & 12, 2022
8:00 am – 8:00 pm
Oak Bay Municipal Hall

General Voting Day

OCTOBER 15, 2022
8:00 am – 8:00 pm

Authorized by Pat Wilson, Financial Agent