MLA, Gerry Lowe


Gerry Lowe has been a strong supporter of growth for the City of Saint John.  He has completed 5 years as a Saint John city councilor, representing the South End Waterloo Village, Lower West, and a part the North End.  He is a current member of the committee dedicated to obtaining a community splash pad for the west side of Saint John and has recently been appointed to Develop Saint John.  He has also been a member of the City of Saint John Planning and Advisory Committee and the Growth Committee that has worked hard on derelict buildings and unsightly lots. He also spent 4 years as a member of the Saint John Industrial Park Board with one of the main accomplishments being the construction of the Lorneville Barge Terminal. 


He is serving as a member of the Central Peninsula Neighbourhood Action Team, promoting improvements in the Waterloo Village and Southern Peninsula areas such as most recently planning for the construction of a new South End School. He was also a member of the Saint John Exhibition Association Board of Directors for many years, lobbying for and supporting the Greater Saint John Field House.  He is a founding member of the Saint John South End Lions Club.


Lowe is also a successful entrepreneur, being the former owner of Saint John Vet’s Taxi, which he owned for 43 years.  He has renovated several older buildings in Uptown Saint John and constructed a housing development in the Old Rockland Road area.  He was an employee of Canada Post for 35 years, of which 21 were spent as a full-time business agent representing letter carriers and truck drivers in Atlantic Canada.