About Mark Sager

West Vancouver has always been my home and I love it here. My life began in a small suite above my parents’ furniture store in Dundarave before we moved to West Bay where I attended both West Bay and Hillside schools. When I was barely out of my teens, I was elected as a School Trustee followed by Board Chair and elected as a Councillor and finally, in 1991, was elected as Mayor of West Vancouver.


Mark Sager  has experience in a broad variety of areas, including municipal law, real estate, land use, shareholder disputes and complex commercial matters.

As Mayor of West Vancouver from 1990 to 1996 and Vice Chair of Metro Vancouver, Mark’s civic leadership has included other roles such as Chair of the Police Board and Chair of the School Board. Mark has been named Citizen of the Year by the West Vancouver Chamber of Commerce.

Mark has represented local, national and international clients in a wide range of major complex transactions. He has also been involved in a number of entrepreneurial and development projects. He is often seen as the first person to go for new challenging projects.

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Mark is an avid sportsman and pilot. He is rated to fly multi-engine aircrafts, including jets and seaplanes. He loves Crossfit, skiing, snowboarding, paragliding, sailing, cycling, windsurfing, golf and swimming. Mark raced the Victoria to Maui Yacht Race and won the Andreas Schurller Memorial Trophy for Best Navigator.

He has been a diplomatic guest of both the United States Government and the Government of China.

Mark donates a considerable amount of time and energy in supporting arts organizations on the North Shore and was Chair of the North Shore Mayors’ Golf Tournament for several years and is currently a director with the Ambleside Dundarave Business Improvement Association.