Upon being called to the Bar of British Columbia in 1994, Noor Ahmed settled on Northern Vancouver Island in the City of Courtenay. As a strong advocate for the North Island, Mr. Ahmed seeks to re-engage his riding with Ottawa by providing effective federal representation. He is committed to working towards rejuvenating the North Islandís transitional economy.
He received a BA (Honours) from Carleton University in Ottawa, and an LLB from the University of Victoria.
In addition to being a litigation lawyer, Mr. Ahmed has served as a director to Vancouver Island Music Fest, the Community Justice Centre, the Community Drug Strategy Committee, the Comox Valley Head Injury Society, the Comox Harbour Authority, and is past president of the Comox Valley Bar Association.
Mr. Ahmed has been twice elected as a Councillor in the City of Courtenay as well as being elected as a director of the Association of Vancouver Island and Coastal Communities and as the Vice Chair of the Vancouver Island Regional Library Board. Mr. Ahmed has been a member of the executive of the Vancouver Island North Liberal Riding Association since 2000.
Mr. Ahmed was born in London, England. His family settled in Stratford, Ontario in 1968. Mr. Ahmed is married with two children who are University students.