St. Claire

Candidate for Penticton-Summerland

June 24, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Note: on Election Day, voting at the district electoral office is available until 4 p.m.


  • Britannia Comm Centre – Gym C 1661 Napier St, Vancouver
  • Charles Dickens Elem School  – 1010 E 17th Ave, Vancouver
  • Grandview Elem School – 2055 Woodland Dr, Vancouver
  • International Village Mall – 88 W Pender St, Vancouver
  • Kivan Club (BGC South Coast BC) – 2-2875 St George St, Vancouver
  • Mt. Pleasant Elem School – 2300 Guelph St, Vancouver
  • Queen Alexandra Elem School – 1300 E Broadway, Vancouver
  • RayCam Co-operative Centre – Gym 920 E Hastings St, Vancouver
  • Strathcona Comm Centre – 601 Keefer St, Vancouver
  • District Electoral Office – #615 369 Terminal Avenue, Vancouver

Get to Know Tracy St. Claire

Tracy St. Claire, a long-time Penticton resident, was raised in the community which she now shares with her husband Dave and their two daughters, Erika and Lindsay.

With a background as an experienced facilitator, community builder, and change-maker, Tracy takes pride in her ability to tackle complex challenges and deliver effective solutions. She possesses an educational background in indigenous history, coaching, and negotiation.

Tracy started her career as a facilitator in indigenous land claims in B.C. from 1995 to 2002. Upon returning to Penticton with her family in 2002, she spent seven years caring for her daughters while actively contributing to the City of Penticton’s volunteer committees.

From 2009 to 2012, Tracy worked for the United Way, where she raised resources and awareness for critical community issues. From 2011 to 2014, she served as a school trustee with the Okanagan Skaha School District.

Currently, Tracy holds the position of Executive Director at the South Okanagan Similkameen Division of Family Practice where she has worked since 2012. In this capacity, she collaborates closely with the region’s family physicians and nurse practitioners and other partners, serving as an advocate for improved health care access and quality.

Under her innovative leadership the South Okanagan Similkameen Division became one of the first not-for-profit organizations in B.C. to operate primary care clinics, in close partnership with providers, which has attracted a number of doctors to the area.

Tracy has consistently demonstrated her unwavering commitment to community service and a deep passion for improving health care delivery, including mental health and addiction services. Her advocacy efforts have always been rooted in the belief that effective change comes from uniting people around common goals.

With a proven history of leadership and successful collaborations, Tracy is deeply honoured to ask the people of Penticton, Summerland, Naramata, and the Penticton Indian Band for their support to be their voice as a Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) in Victoria with BC United.


"I am deeply honoured to seek the support of the people of Penticton-Summerland and to try and maintain the standard of service that BC United MLA Dan Ashton provided for many years. My commitment to improving health care access and quality, along with my passion for community service, will drive my efforts as the MLA."

Tracy St. Claire

"Tracy St. Claire has the leadership qualities necessary to be an outstanding MLA for the residents of Penticton-Summerland. Her deep roots and dedication to the community with her proven track will make her an outstanding candidate."

Kevin Falcon
Leader of BC United

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