6106 Fraser St., Vancouver, V5W 3A1
Mable Elmore was elected as the MLA for Vancouver-Kensington on May 12, 2009.
Mable serves as Opposition Critic for Multiculturalism, Immigration, Child Care and Early Learning.
Mable made history by becoming the first MLA of Filipino heritage.
Mable has a long-standing record of public service, and is respected for her work on progressive causes in her community. She has been active in the peace movement, and worked tirelessly on immigrant, social justice, and gay, lesbian and transgender issues.
Mable has been a transit operator for 10 years, driving a bus in Metro Vancouver while taking an active role in her union, the Canadian Auto Workers Local 111. Mable led the successful "More Buses Now" campaign to improve public bus transit.
Mable attended the University of British Columbia, and has resided in Vancouver for the past twenty years.