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Posted on November 2, 2015 by kelly

Graham McIsaac was born and educated in Scotland, graduating from the Glasgow Academy, Glasgow Scotland in 1968 and obtaining a BA degree in business from Strathclyde University 1971. He qualified as a Chartered Accountant in Scotland 1974, in Alberta 1979 and in BC 1982. Graham was awarded the FCA by Institute of Chartered Accountants of BC November 2006.

His career includes work for Coopers & Lybrand Glasgow & Edmonton 1971-1977; Chief Accountant & VP Controller Canadian Commercial Bank, Edmonton 1977-1981; VP Finance & Administration Morguard Bank of Canada 1982-1987; CFO & COO Canwest Trust 1987-1990; and various positions with HSBC Bank Canada 1990- 2012. While at HSBC Graham was Chief Accountant, COO of Canadian Direct insurance, COO of HSBC Securities, SVP Controller and CFO from 2002-2012. He is currently a Non Executive Director of HSBC Latin America Holding Company.

Graham’s volunteer positions include: Past Board Member & Treasurer of Heart & Stroke Foundation of BC; Past Board Member & Treasurer of Family Services of North Shore; Past President & Board Member of Vancouver Chapter of Financial Executives Institute of Canada; Past Board Member and Chair of Finance & Administration Committee West Vancouver United Church; and currently President and Board Member of Capilano Golf & Country Club.

Graham is married to Fiona and has two daughters Karen & Jennifer.


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Prof. Hauerwas’ Presentation – How to Provide Pastoral Care without Undermining the Gospel

Posted on May 15, 2019 by Ian

Prof. Hauerwas spoke at the Revitalizing the Church workshop on How to Provide Pastoral Care without Undermining the Gospel. If you missed the workshop, or would like to revisit what he said, Prof. Hauerwas was kind enough to provide us with his presentation. You can download it below.


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T.E.G. Award Recipients 2019

Posted on April 9, 2019 by Ian

VST NAMES FIRST RECIPIENTS OF PRESTIGIOUS T.E.G. AWARD For Thoughtful, Engaged and Generous Christian Practitioners The Vancouver School of Theology has named Rev. Ryan Slifka and Rev. Ingrid Brown as the inaugural recipients of the T.E.G. Award launched earlier this year. This distinguished award offered by VST recognizes leading practitioners in Christian ministry. Both Rev. . . .


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Thoughtful, Engaged & Generous Leadership Award

Posted on January 10, 2019 by Ian

The Vancouver School of Theology is delighted to announce the details of a significant new leadership award. The VST Principal’s T-E-G Award (thoughtful, engaged and generous) is a distinguished award for leading practitioners in the Christian faith to be nominated and recognized by VST for their contributions. The VST Principal’s T-E-G Award is not restricted . . .


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VST Names 2019 Honourary Doctor of Divinity Degree Recipients

Posted on November 27, 2018 by Ian

The Vancouver School of Theology is delighted to announce the selection of its 2019 honourary degree recipients. This prestigious degree is open to individuals who exemplify the values of VST, and who have made significant contributions through the integration of theology and practice of ministry in one or more of: theological scholarship, ecumenical dialogue, the . . .


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New VST & St. Mark’s College BA Partnership

Posted on November 22, 2018 by Ian

Vancouver School of Theology and St. Mark’s College are excited to announce a new ecumenical partnership. A joint VST / St. Mark’s BA in Theology and Culture will allow direct entry into a masters’ program at VST.


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