BCUC Commissioners are appointed by the BC government for a specific length of time or term.

They are appointed through an Order of the Lieutenant Governor in Council (OIC).

Dave Morton

David M. Morton

Chair and Chief Executive Officer

David was appointed Chair and CEO of the BCUC in December 2015. His responsibility is to deliver on the Vision of the BCUC – to be a trusted and respected regulator that contributes to the well‐being and long‐term interests of British Columbians. He is also a Commissioner, a role he has had since 2010, and he continues to participate in many proceedings. David also has over 25 years of experience as a consultant in the information technology sector. He is a Professional Engineer in BC, has a Licentiate in Accounting from the Society of Management Accountants Canada, was certified with the ICD.D designation in 2013 by the Institute of Corporate Directors, and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science from the University of Toronto. David also serves as director for the Arts Club Theatre Company, and as President of the West Vancouver Community Arts Council.
Appointed by OIC 490/19


Anna Fung Q.C.

Anna Fung Q.C.

Deputy Chair, Commissioner (Full-time)

Anna was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in December 2017 and as Deputy Chair in 2019, after serving as Vice President, Legal and General Counsel for TimberWest Forest Corp., where she also served as its inaugural Chief Ethics Officer. She was previously Corporate Counsel at Intrawest ULC and Senior Counsel at BC Gas Inc. Anna holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (English and French) from the University of British Columbia. She earned her Certified Corporate Counsel designation in 2015. She has served as President of the Law Society of British Columbia, Canadian Corporate Counsel Association, People’s Law School, Association of Chinese Canadian Professionals and BC Autism Association. She is the Chair of the BC Unclaimed Property Society and a past director for the Vancouver Airport Authority, Vancouver Foundation, Law Foundation of British Columbia and Arts Club Theatre Company.
Appointed by OIC 491/19


Carolann Brewer

Carolann Brewer

Commissioner (Full-time)

Carolann was appointed as a part-time BCUC Commissioner in January 2019 and was appointed to a full-time position in January 2020. She is a Smalqmix (Sylx) lawyer whose career has focused on the practice of Indigenous law. A member of the bar in Ontario (1984) and British Columbia (2007), her practice included self-government, land and resource development, environmental assessments, administrative and utility law, and Aboriginal title and rights matters. Carolann held senior legal and policy positions with the Lax Kw’alaams Band, Hydro One Networks’ Legal Services, the First Nations Financial Management Board, the First Nations’ Forestry Council, Indian and Northern Affairs (now known as Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs), the Chiefs of Ontario, the Native Women’s Association of Canada and the Assembly of First Nations. She has a Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia.
Appointed by OIC 36/20


Dennis A. Cote

Dennis A. Cote

Commissioner (Part-time)

Dennis was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in October 2008, after retiring from his role as Vice President, Product Development and Support for the British Columbia Automobile Association (BCAA) in 2007. During his time with BCAA, he served as Vice President Sales and Director of Travel Services. Before that, he was the Merchandise Investment Manager and Store Manager with the Hudson’s Bay Company for the BC region. He holds a Bachelor of General Studies from Simon Fraser University. Dennis also served on the Board of Consumer Protection British Columbia for six years.
Appointed by OIC 619/18


William M. Everett Q.C.

William M. Everett Q.C.

Commissioner (Part-time)

William was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in February 2016. He is a lawyer and a Chartered Arbitrator. He practised law as an associate and partner at Lawson Lundell LLP, in complex litigation focusing on commercial, construction, engineering, products liability, insurance and regulatory issues. He appeared as counsel before the Supreme Court of Canada, in courts in BC, Alberta and Newfoundland, and before regulatory tribunals. As a Chartered Arbitrator, he has arbitrated numerous disputes. William holds a Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia, and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Economics from the University of Manitoba. He was an elected Bencher of the Law Society of BC in 1998 and served as its President from 2003 to 2004. He has served as an Adjudicator on Law Society Panels, hearing disciplinary and credential matters. Bill has also served on the boards of the Pacific Alzheimer Research Foundation, Vancouver Art Gallery, Crofton House School, Vancouver Playhouse Theatre and Vancouver Courthouse Law Library Society.
Appointed by OIC 657/19


Karen A. Keilty

Karen A. Keilty

Commissioner (Part-time)

Karen was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in June 2014, after retiring as the leader of Deloitte’s BC audit practice with 30 years of audit experience. Karen holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Simon Fraser University; is an FCP, a Fellow Chartered Accountant and a Chartered Professional Accountant; and is an ICD.D, having completed the Directors Education Program with the Institute of Corporate Directors. Karen currently serves as director for the Great Canadian Gaming Corp. and is a member of the Audit Advisory Committee for the BC Public Guardian and Trustee of British Columbia. Karen was previously a member of the Executive Committee for Canada’s Energy and Utility Regulators (CAMPUT), served as Chair of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC in 2009/10 and is a former director of Quest University, Vancouver Social Venture Partners, British Columbia Paraplegic Foundation, Forum for Women Entrepreneurs, Vancouver Enterprise Forum, BC Chamber of Commerce and Women’s Addiction Foundation.
Appointed by OIC 657/19 and under Section 6 of the Utilities Commission Act


Miriam Kresivo Q.C.

Miriam Kresivo Q.C.

Commissioner (Part-time)

Miriam was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in June 2016. Previously, Miriam served as Associate Counsel at Alexander Holburn Beaudin and Lang, practicing corporate and governance law. She also served as General Counsel for Chevron Canada Limited’s Products Division. Miriam holds a Juris Doctor from University of British Columbia Law School and a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University. She was Past President and Vice President of the Law Society of British Columbia and chaired the Finance and Governance Committees. She was also a former member of the Board of B.C. Pavilion Corporation (PavCo), the owner and operator of the Vancouver Convention Centre and BC Place.
Appointed by OIC 657/19


Elizabeth (Blair) Lockhart

Elizabeth (Blair) Lockhart

Commissioner (Full-time)

Blair was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in December 2018. She has practised law since 1991 and is a former prosecutor with the Attorney General and served as general counsel for several mineral exploration companies. Blair was Senior Legal Counsel with the BC Securities Commission (Corporate Finance) as well as with HSBC Bank Canada. Blair is also a Geologist with a Master of Science from the University of Alberta and a Bachelor of Science (Honours) from the University of Manitoba. She holds a Master of Laws in International Environmental Law from SOAS at the University of London and a Bachelor of Laws from the University of British Columbia. Blair volunteers extensively and served as National President for CISV Canada, an international children's peace education organization.
Appointed by OIC 619/18


Thomas (Tom) Loski

Thomas (Tom) Loski

Commissioner (Full-time)

Tom was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in December 2018. He brings with him 34 years of experience working with energy utilities in British Columbia. Tom spent the majority of his career with the FortisBC group of companies and its predecessors, where he held a variety of senior management and executive roles. This experience included positions in finance, strategic planning, operations, marketing, energy supply, regulatory affairs and customer service, where he served as the Vice President responsible for the successful repatriation of the customer service function after having been outsourced ten years previously. For many years, Tom was responsible for the development and implementation of corporate regulatory strategy as the Chief Regulatory Officer for FortisBC, a position he also held at BC Hydro. Tom is a member of the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC, earning his CMA designation in 1985.
Appointed by OIC 619/18


Bernard A. Magnan

Bernard A. Magnan

Commissioner (Part-time)

Bernard was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in June 2012, after serving as Assistant Managing Director and Chief Economist for the Vancouver Board of Trade for five years. He also served as Managing Director of BMA Ltd., a management consulting firm specializing in project management, strategic planning and corporate turnarounds for several industries, including transportation, finance, manufacturing, health care and utilities. Bernard holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Economics) from Concordia University and a Master of Business Administration from Simon Fraser University. He is a Certified Management Consultant and a Fellow of Chartered Professional Accountants. Active in his community, Bernard was Chair of the Justice Institute of BC Foundation, a member of the Development Advisory Committee for the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC, and director of the Certified Management Accountants of BC, Vancouver Board of Trade, Vancouver Opera and Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival.
Appointed by OIC 670/20


Richard I. Mason

Richard I. Mason

Commissioner (Part-time)

Richard was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in March 2016. He was the former CEO of two information technology businesses and held executive leadership roles at Health Insurance BC and Pacific Blue Cross. Richard holds a Master of Business Administration and a Bachelor of Arts (Mathematics and Computing Science) from the University of Cambridge. He was a former member of the BC Medical Association’s Council on Health Promotion, and he mentored entrepreneurs for the Canadian Youth Business Foundation and students of the University of Cambridge’s MPhil Management program.
Appointed by OIC 619/18


Andrew Pape-Salmon

Andrew Pape-Salmon

Commissioner (Full-time)

Andrew was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in July 2021 and began his role on September 1, 2021. Prior to joining the BCUC, he was the Executive Director, Building and Safety Standards Branch, with the BC Office of Housing and Construction Standards. Earlier in his career, Andrew served as an Associate, Senior Energy and Sustainability Specialist, with RDH Building Science, as well as, Green Buildings Manager (contractor), with the City of Vancouver, and Director, Energy Efficiency, with the BC Ministry of Energy and Mines. Since 2018, he has been an Adjunct Professor, Civil Engineering, with the University of Victoria, where he hosted a seminar series on sustainability, co-supervised graduate students and supported research on resilient, ultra-low energy buildings. In 1997, Andrew worked as a Researcher with the BCUC and the BC Task Force on Electricity Market Reform. He holds a Professional Engineer license, a Bachelor of Applied Science (System Design Engineering) from the University of Waterloo, and a Masters in Resource Management (Energy and Materials Research Group) from Simon Fraser University.
Appointed by OIC 462


Ana Dennier

Ana Dennier

Commissioner (Part-time)

Ana was appointed as a BCUC Commissioner in July 2021. Prior to joining the BCUC, Ana served as Division Manager, Project Management and Construction, with Bruce Power, the world’s largest operating nuclear facility, until retiring in 2019. Earlier in her career, Ana held multiple leadership roles with AMEC Foster Wheeler – including Vice President, Engineering, and she served as a Design Engineer with Ontario Power Generation, where she led technical and safety analysis projects. She is an experienced Project Manager and holds a Bachelor of Applied Science and a Master of Engineering in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Toronto. Ana also volunteers as a Junior Heat Coach at the University of British Columbia Okanagan for high-school aged runners in middle and long-distance track and cross-country running.
Appointed by OIC 462

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