City of Nelson - Janice Morrison
Janice grew up in Vancouver attending Crofton House School for girls. She went on the obtain degrees in Microbiology from UBC, an Interdisciplinary Masters with a Specialty in Physiology from New Mexico State University and a Physical Therapy Degree at the U of A. She also has certification in acupuncture. Elected to Nelson City Council from 1999-2002, Janice has called Nelson home for 25 years with members of her family first settling here in the 1920s. She has worked as a Physical Therapist at Kootenay Lake Hospital for 25 years and with her partner Mike, own Kastlerock B&B. They have no children, but do own a friendly cat called Mr. Mouse. Janice has been a Director of the Nelson Maple Leafs hockey team, chaired the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation, was president of the Chamber of Commerce, chaired the City Advisory Planning Commission and has been a Nelson Rotary Club member for 27 years. In her free time, Janice likes to stay active and is involved with the Mountain Spirit Triathlon Club.
Alternate Director: Keith Page
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