About Jumbo Glacier Mountain Resort Municipality

Mayor's Message

"The Jumbo Glacier Resort has successfully navigated one of the most demanding approval processes ever undertaken in British Columbia.  I am confident that generations of Kootenay residents will enjoy  the access to the remarkable terrain that the resort offers and that they will proudly bring visitors to show them our region at its best."

Mayor and Councillors

Greg Deck

Mayor Greg Deck

Greg Deck combines a long career in local government with a continuing role as a small business operator in the tourism industry.  He was the founding Mayor of the Village of Radium Hot Springs and held that position for eighteen years.  He and his wife continue to operate a campground in Radium, and Greg is active in other boards in the province.

Nancy Hugunin

Councillor Nancy Hugunin

Nancy Hugunin is a long-time resident of the Windermere Valley and an owner/operator of various businesses during that time.  Her experience includes construction company owner, restaurant owner, and presently owner of a company specializing in residential and municipal onsite wastewater and subdivision consulting. She has been a ski instructor,  past president of the Windermere Valley Ski Club, and past East Kootenay zone chair for BC Alpine Ski Association.

Steve Ostrander

Councillor Stephen Ostrander

I currently reside in Invermere, where I have lived for much of my life.  Graduating from the local David Thompson High School in the early seventies, I went on to earn a degree in Forestry from UBC and then returned to Invermere to work as a professional forester.  For the past 30 years, I have been employed locally at all levels of forest planning and forest management while working at various times for the provincial government and the forest industry.  In 2008, I retired from full time work and since then, I have been actively involved in a number of volunteer organizations including the Columbia Valley Food Bank, The Lake Windermere District Lions Club and the Columbia Headwaters Community Forest Initiative.

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