Chuck Strahl has lived in British Columbia his whole life, joining other members of his family to develop a successful logging and road building business. In the early 1990s, he was motivated by the federal political situation and inspired by Preston Manning to join the Reform Party. He was elected in six consecutive federal elections, retiring on the eve of the 2011 election.
While Chuck was involved in the federal scene he advocated the unification of the conservative movement, and eventually served as Minister of Agriculture, Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs, and Minister of Transport and Infrastructure in a Conservative government. He remains interested in policy development and current affairs, and continues to write and comment on political issues.
When he's not entertaining grandchildren on his Chilliwack hobby farm, Chuck is working as a consultant on political, governmental, and business strategies.
Chuck Strahl, P.C.
5100 Farnham Road
Chilliwack, B.C. V4Z 1E7