Marc Dalton

Conservative Candidate Pitt Meadows Maple Ridge

Marc Dalton

Meet The Candidate

Marc was born in Germany when his father was stationed there with the Royal Canadian Air Force and grew up on military bases across Canada. He served in the Canadian Armed Forces Reserves and is a member of the local Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 88.  Marc believes in an effective armed forces.

Marc is French-Canadian on his mother's side and is fluent in the language. He also converses in Spanish. Marc is Metis on his father's side and he is proud of his indigenous ancestry.

Since his youth, Marc has always cared about the less fortunate. For years he volunteered with a non-profit faith organization reaching out in Central America and Canadian inner cities. Marc later became a pastor in the Vancouver area. He believes in volunteerism and helps out at the Friends in Need Food Bank, the Salvation Army and on the leadership team of his local church.

Marc has a Bachelor of Arts degree in French and History from Simon Fraser University and a Masters in Educational Leadership also from SFU. He has also attended the British Columbia Institute of Technology. For a decade, Marc was a member of the Teamsters working in the SFU Athletic Department while doing his studies and raising a family. 

Marc is a teacher in the Pitt Meadows-Maple Ridge school district. He began teaching in the district in 1993 and has instructed at both the elementary and secondary levels. Young people are important to him as they are our future. Marc and Marlene have three adult children, Hannah, Justin and Simone - plus a daughter and son in law, Kate and Chris.  Family is very important to the Daltons.

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