Meet the Commissioners

The Government of British Columbia appoints one commissioner and up to two deputy commissioners, each for a term of six to eight years. The commissioners are independent. As mandated by the Coastal Ferry Act, they do not answer to the provincial government or to BC Ferries.

British Columbia Ferries Commissioner

Eva Hage


Eva is a senior transportation finance and business advisor with 30 years of experience. She has assisted major North American transportation agencies in evaluating and procuring capital infrastructure and in developing strategic plans and financial solutions that are cognizant of both client and stakeholder needs.

Eva has held senior positions with Partnerships BC, Steer Davies Gleave and BC’s Crown Corporation Secretariat. She has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Alberta and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Western Ontario.

Eva was a long-time member and co-chair of the Southern Gulf Island Ferry Advisory Committee. She lives on Saturna Island, BC.

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