Environment and Climate Change Strategy

Superintendent chosen for professional governance office

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Environment and Climate Change Strategy

Superintendent chosen for professional governance office

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Ministry of Attorney General
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Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
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Ministry of Attorney General
Media Relations
778 678-1572
Ministry of Environment and Climate Change Strategy
Media Relations
250 953-3834

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Biography: Paul Craven, superintendent of professional governance

Craven has 15 years of experience serving at senior levels in the B.C. public service. Since 2013, he has served as an executive director at the B.C. Environmental Assessment Office (EAO), where he led the strategic services and compliance division to administer the Environmental Assessment Act. He was responsible for the branch that ensures proponents are in compliance with the act through administrative and field inspections, as well as through investigations and enforcement of major projects. Craven also led policy development at EAO and led the team responsible for the recent revitalization of environmental assessment process resulting in the passage of the new Environmental Assessment Act in 2018.

Prior to this time, he served as executive director of federalism and Canadian intergovernmental policy at the Intergovernmental Relations Secretariat in the Office of the Premier. He is a lawyer by trade and began his career as an associate at a major Vancouver law firm, where he practiced commercial and business litigation in a wide range of areas, including professional regulation, administrative and corporate law.

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