Michael Wolff is delighted to be back in Victoria and the Cathedral parish. A member of the parish in the 1990s, Michael followed his work with the Government of Canada to Ottawa. In 2017 he finally returned with his wife, Gail Roger, and their younger daughter, Alice, to the city they call home. Their older daughter, Philippa, and their old dog, Tilou, are still braving the weather in Ottawa. Called to the bar in 1982, Michael works as a senior counsel in the Department of Justice.
Michael grew up in a Rectory and has been involved with church activities, both liturgical and administrative, from a young age. He was a server, chorister, and communion administrator. He has been a member of parish council and a synod delegate, in Victoria and Ottawa, and a deputy warden in Ottawa. Michael was a member of the British Columbia Diocesan/Executive Council in the 1980s and 1990s, and was privileged to be a member of General Synod with Dean Ansley in 1989 (St. John’s) and 1992 (Toronto). He was also a member of the Diocesan Social Concerns Committee and of the Board of the Columbia Coast Mission as Honorary Solicitor in its last years.
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