Christine Remedios – Regional Organizer, Conservative Party of Canada

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1. Tell us about yourself!

People. Love of community and Canada.

2. Why did you pursue your profession?

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3.What do you like about your profession?

I love my job! I meet diverse, interesting, smart, kind, generous, and accomplished people. Together, we find ways to work together to contribute to what matters to Canadians.

4. Tell us about some negatives of your profession?

None. Whatever comes my way, I look at it as an opportunity to learn, grow, and become a better and stronger person.

5. What’s a typical work day like for you?

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6. What characteristics are ideal for someone pursuing this career?

Being organized and able to prioritize. Enjoys working with people. Wants to constantly learn. A team-player.

7. What is the most rewarding part of your job?

Seeing over and over again that a group of amazing people, together, can achieve really tremendous things AND that one person can really make a difference.

8. Describe the academic path to your profession.

All courses in high school are important…they really are the fundamental building-blocks for life. I’m successful at my job because of the sum of my experiences and knowledge. And I still have so much to learn!

9. What about non-academic requirements?

My major at the University of British Columbia was International Relations, and I have a Certificate in Business Administration from Simon Fraser University. I had my first job at age 14, and many part-time jobs after that through high school and university. After university, I worked during the Dotcom era and building start-ups through ’til where I am now.

10. Any advice for students pursing your profession?

Cooking and eating (!), watching movies, relaxing with friends and family, travelling–and my job is fun!

11. If you could go back in time, what advice would you give your younger high school-self?

Don’t sweat the small stuff because with a little time, you will realize that a lot of it is small stuff.

Can students contact you with questions?
Sure! You can contact me by email at

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