I am a public figure, a small business owner, a political commentator, an LGBTQ2+ advocate, and an affordable housing advocate.
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Owner and General Contractor at NES Design & Construction, specializing in residential and small office renovations.
Lower Mainland representative on Provincial Council, consultant to the Diversity/Equity Committee, Member of the Tri-Cities Regional Association, and political pundit.
Educating about issues facing LGBTQ2+ people in various aspects of society.
Nicola Spurling, Moe Sihota, and Suzanne Anton form a political panel, on CBC Vancouver's The Early Edition with Stephen Quinn
A platform for posting general news, with a focus on politics, LGBTQ2+ issues, and personal stories.
Stay connected with Nicola through social media.
Seven passionate partisans from both sides of the border and a dual-citizen moderator look for common ground by discussing issues from a 2LGBTQ+ perspective.
President of Tri-Cities Pride
"Building a more inclusive, aware, mindful, and safe Tri-Cities."
Director-at-Large and chair of the Outreach Committee
"Vancouver Pride Society strives to produce inclusive, celebratory events, and advocate for LGBTQAI2S+ communities through an intersectional lens."