For The Record

Justin P. Goodrich, LL.M.

Managing Partner                                                           Alliance Public & Government Relations       www.alliancepgr.ca

Justin has been a full-time public affairs practitioner since 2008.  From working in community media as a columnist, radio host and television host, to working in professional politics as an advisor, strategist and legislative communications officer, Justin has become a trusted counsellor to various organizations, as well as numerous elected officials.  Moreover, he is also an accomplished public speaker and has addressed hundreds of audiences throughout Canada, as well as the United States and internationally.

Academically, Justin is a criminologist and holds a Master of Laws in Diplomacy & International Law with a focus on international criminal law, terrorism and the jurisdiction of the International Criminal Court. Prior to earning his master’s law degree, Justin obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and an Associate of Arts in Media & Communications Studies; both of which he earned at the University of the Fraser Valley.

In 2015 the Province of British Columbia appointed Justin to the University of the Fraser Valley Board of Governors. Then, in 2017, he was elected to serve as one of its two Vice-Chairs. Furthermore, Justin is also a former member of the UFV Senate and holds the distinction of Chairman Emeritus with the UFV Alumni Association.


2017

Clark’s Resignation Sets the Stage for Change

Will The Green Strategy Be Their Downfall?

Who Really Won? Reality vs. Rhetoric

New Conservative Leader Leaves Progressives Unsettled

Acts of Terror Remind Us of the Need for Unity and Resilience

Provincial Election Results Speak to a Universal Displeasure

Police Officers No Longer Perceived as the ‘Good Guys’?

Why attending university still matters

Honouring Our Veterans: 100 Years Since Vimy Ridge ‎

The Politics of Progress: Why Doing Things Well Matters

What’s in a Name?

The Judgements and Impacts on Those Who Serve

2016

Canada Also Experiencing Shift in Conservative Politics

U.S. Presidential Election Continues to Split the Right