Ian Soutar is a busy youth advocate on a local, national and international level. Still considered “youth” by many organizations, he is inspired by the realness and directness that youth are graced with when looking at issues and is actively working at engaging them at every opportunity.

Well-versed in local politics, Ian is also deeply engaged in international affairs and actively works with dozens of organizations of young environmentalists. Coordinating unified work between various cultures and languages has brought a great deal of experience in working with a diversity of thought and opinions.

With municipal elections coming down the pike, Ian and his team are gearing up for an exciting election season in Coquitlam and the Tri-Cities!


This political business is conducted on the traditional land and waters of the Kwikwetlem First Nations.

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