Angela Kate Haer is an elected delegate with the City of Vancouver Park Board.  Amongst other accolades she holds a Masters of Education Degree from McGill University with a specialization in Counselling Psychology.  She has done extensive research with indigenous communities in both Kujjack and Montreal QC.

Angela is a passionate advocate for inclusivity. She wants to ensure our parks, pools, and recreation programs are state-of-the-art, affordable, and accessible to all.  As Park Board Commissioner,  Angela works tirelessly to make sure our parks contribute to making Vancouver a clean, green, and livable city for everyone.

Angela has actively moved motions including, the removal of the temporary Stanley Park Bike Lane,  the repair and restoration of the Jericho Beach Pier, the installation of a Water Park in Ross Park to invest in South East Vancouver area, upgrading Brock Park, and supported the removal of permitting fees for the Vaisakhi Parade, a non-profit communal family event, held by KDS and other Sikh community members, cogitative of costs, affordability, and accessibility to hold grassroot events here in Vancouver BC.

Angela wants to make a difference by working collaboratively in consultation with communities, stakeholders, and fellow commissioners to ensure Vancouver is livable and a leader in creating innovative and inclusive public spaces.

As an entrepreneur,  Angela has co-founded several successful businesses.   Most recently, they have founded a Health Canada-licensed Medical Cannabis Greenhouse facility, facilitating veterans with pain and PTSD, in collaboration with University of Alberta.

Angela is an active community volunteer, a mother of three, and resident of Dunbar and more importantly a proud member of Vancouver.