Meet Jim Hillyer, M.P.

Stirling native and Raymond resident Jim Hillyer was elected as the federal representative for the Lethbridge riding on May 2, 2011.

A business consultant, educator and entrepreneur, MP Hillyer holds a B.A Philosophy and an M.A. Political Economy.During the first session of the 41st Parliament, Jim was assigned to the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage and the Standing Joint Committee on the Library of Parliament. On February 6, 2012 he was re-assigned from the latter committee to the Standing Joint Committee on Scrutiny of Regulations (REGS). As of January 31, 2014, Jim contiues to serve on the Standing Committee on Canadian Heritage (CHPC) and has been reassigned to the Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates (OGGO). 

Jim is married to Livi, the couple has four children: London, Taylor, Nation and Asia. 

Lethbridge offers cosmopolitan amenities, a rich cultural mosaic, prime location, and small town flavour, making it a diverse and dynamic constituency.

About Jim

Learn more about Jim Hillyer, MP, the work he does in Ottawa and right here at home in Lethbridge. 

Government of Canada News

NFB and Quartier des Spectacles Partnership join forces to launch major call for ideas. Selected interactive artwork to premiere in a public space in Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles before travelling to cities around the world
As part of MUTEK_IMG, the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) Digital Studio and the Quartier des Spectacles Partnership have announced that they are joining forces to launch a call for ideas for an interactive artwork designed for public spaces. The winning project will be on display in Montreal's Quartier des Spectacles in the summer of 2017.

TSB deploys a team of investigators following the sinking of the tug Harken No. 10 in the Strait of Georgia, British Columbia
TSB deploys to a marine accident.

NFB returns to Paris's Gaîté lyrique for the fourth edition of I LOVE TRANSMEDIA
Five National Film Board of Canada (NFB) interactive projects, including two co-productions, will be part of the programming lineup for I LOVE TRANSMEDIA, the digital culture festival that starts tomorrow at the Gaîté lyrique arts centre in Paris. HIGHRISE, Bear 71, A Journal of Insomnia, Interactive Haiku, and Way to Go will be shown in a retrospective exhibition of 12 interactive works entitled 2005‒2015: 10 Years of Web Creation, one of the festival's events. The fourth edition will also include a presentation of student projects and industry panels and conferences. I LOVE TRANSMEDIA runs from October 1–4, 2015.

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