Nathan Weber

Nathan Weber – Canadian University Clubs
Contact: nathan@peoplespartyofcanada.ca

Nathan Weber was born in Mississauga, Ontario but his family moved to Vancouver, BC just before he was two years old. Nathan is the oldest of five children. He has two brothers and two sisters. His father is a Christian pastor and campus minister while his mom was a homemaker and took care of the family.

Nathan was homeschooled from grade four to the middle of grade eight before going to a public high school graduating in 2004. He then went to culinary school at Vancouver Community College and received a diploma in Culinary Arts.

In 2011 Nathan went back to school to study Political Science and transferred from Langara College to the University of British Columbia in 2013. He graduated in 2016, obtaining his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science.

Nathan’s political experience started back in 2004 when he volunteered for the Conservative Party Candidate in Vancouver Kingsway. He was the Vice-President & Secretary for the UBC Campus Conservative Club for 2 years.

In 2015, Nathan completed the CPC Summer Internship Program in Ottawa, working as an intern in the Office of the President of the Treasury Board. In the 2015 federal election, he volunteered for three CPC candidates in Vancouver. In the Conservative leadership race, he volunteered and organized for Maxime Bernier in British Columbia. In the 2017 provincial election, he did canvassing and campaigning for the BC Liberal candidate in Coquitlam-Maillardville.

Most recently, Nathan volunteered on the 2018 municipal election in Vancouver for the Coalition Vancouver party, helping with social media and in the campaign office.

Nathan is currently living in Burnaby, BC as he came back home while on a leave of absence from his master’s degree in Political Science from the University of Toronto.

Nathan is a huge hockey fan and his favorite team is the Toronto Maple Leafs.

He also loves hiking and watching movies.

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