Mayor Rob Fraser
Mayor Rob Fraser was born into a military family and moved extensively around the country as a child. His Father retired and moved the family to Fort Nelson. Rob graduated high school and worked in the oil patch and forest industry until 1988 when he relocated to Fort St John to work for the Workers Compensation Board. In 1993 Rob purchased a house in Taylor and has called it home for 22 years. His grown daughters and families live in Taylor, and grown son in Grande Prairie AB.
Rob was first elected to Council in 1994 and served 12 years as Councillor with past Mayor Fred Jarvis. Rob did not run in the 2006 election to pursue his successful HSE consulting business. He returned to Municipal Government as Mayor in the 2014 Election.
Having lived worked and consulted in 3 North East BC communities and with his extensive industrial background, Rob brings a unique local and regional perspective to local municipal governance. Rob has represented Taylor during the original Fair Share Community discussions; during the Industrial Revenue Sharing negotiations with the City of Fort St John; and on the North Peace Land Resource Management Planning Committee; and on other community service clubs.
Rob is excited to be back on Council and to resume work with all the Regional Partners. He views the North East BC Resource Communities Coalition as a great opportunity to assist the region, industry and the Provincial Government to achieve responsible economic growth for the North.
- Administration & Personnel
- Economic Development