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The Honourable
 Kevin Falcon

Minister of Health Services
Incumbent
Assumed office 
May 21, 2009
Preceded by George Abbott

Incumbent
Assumed office 
2009
Preceded by Bonnie McKinnon

Political party BC Liberal

Kevin Falcon is a Canadian politician in British Columbia. He is currently the head of the British Columbia Ministry of Health Services. Falcon was first elected in 2001 as a British Columbia Liberal to represent the riding of Surrey-Cloverdale, and re-elected in 2009.

Before his election to the Legislative Assembly, Falcon was president of the Access Group, a corporate communications firm he formed in 1998. He has also worked in the real estate development industry and was vice-president of Northwest Investment Properties. Prior to attending university, he spent five years working in the general insurance industry.

He received his bachelor of arts from Simon Fraser University and his real estate sales and mortgage broker's diploma from the University of British Columbia. He attended Vancouver College when he was in high school.

Falcon has been vice-president of the Cloverdale District Chamber of Commerce and a member of the Surrey Museum and Archives advisory board, as well as belonging to the Cloverdale Rotary and Elks clubs. He was also a director of the SeaVancouver Festival, president of the Vancouver Junior Chamber of Commerce, and a volunteer with the Cloverdale RCMP Bike Patrol.

Kevin Falcon is largely regarded as one of the more conservative members of caucus. As Minister of Transportation, he was one of the few ministers to keep his original portfolio in the cabinet shuffle following the 2005 election.

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