Ellis Ross was elected MLA for Skeena in 2017. He currently serves as the official opposition critic for LNG and Resource Opportunities and is a Member of the Select Standing Committee on legislative Initiatives.
Ellis served as the Chief Councilor for the Haisla Nation; has been decorated by the Queen; holds the Order of BC; was recognized as a business leader by both BC Business Magazine and Canadian Business Magazine. He was appointed as the inaugural chair of the Aboriginal Business and Investment Council; and will go down in the history books as being a key player in bringing LNG Canada to B.C.
Ellis grew up in Kitimat where he met his wife Tracey. Together they have two daughters and two grandchildren. They enjoy strong family ties and values.