Jaspreet Virdi graduated from Simon Fraser University with a degree in Microbiology and from the University of British Columbia with a degree in Pharmaceutical Sciences.

Jas has worked as a pharmacist for the last nine years and has owned and has run his own pharmacy which includes a medical clinic for the past six years. He takes pride in providing medical advice and assistance to people in his community. He regularly administers COVID vaccinations and holds annual flu shot, vaccination, and diabetes clinics at local community centres.

In his spare time, Jas enjoys biking the seawall and hiking with his wife and two young children; their two-and-a-half-year-old son with Autism Spectrum Disorder and their eight-month-old daughter. He spends a lot of his time taking his son to community parks. Jas believes that community parks play a vital role in physical, emotional, and mental development of children.

Jas is a huge sports advocate and understands the role sports play in strengthening communities. He has represented Team Vancouver, Team British Columbia, and Team Canada at the Junior level for Field Hockey.

If elected to Park Board, Jas will dedicate his time to addressing the challenges associated with maintaining our parks, sports facilities, and community spaces so our children and neighbours can enjoy them for years to come.