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Kevin Falcon is a Canadian politician. Raised in North Vancouver, Falcon now lives in Surrey, BC, and serves as the MLA for Surrey-Cloverdale.
Falcon was first elected in 2001 and then reelected in the 2005 and 2009 general elections.
Falcon has served as the Minister of State for Deregulation, the Minister of Transportation (2004-2009), and the Minister of Health, a role that he took on in 2009.
He had worked in real estate and communications before going into politics. He holds a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University.
Falcon is currently one of six declared candidates for the leadership of the BC Liberal Party after the resignation of Premier Gordon Campbell in November 2011.
Falcon has the declared support of 12 sitting BC Liberal MLAs. He has the endorsement of Liberal Senator Larry Campbell, a former Vancouver mayor.
Falcon is married with one daughter.