Harry Lali is the current MLA for Fraser-Nicola in the Canadian province of British Columbia.<ref name=Leg></ref> In the 1991 election he was elected to the Legislative Assembly as MLA for Yale-Lillooet, and was re-elected in 1996. Lali served as the Minister of Transportation from 1998 to 2001.<ref name=Leg/> For the 2001 election, he chose not to run for re-election. He returned to the Assembly by winning his riding in the 2005 election ahead of BC Liberal Party candidate Lloyd Forman and Green Party candidate Michael McLean. He was once again elected in the newly created riding of Fraser-Nicola in the 2009 election.
He is a member of the British Columbia New Democratic Party, and serves as opposition critic for Multiculturalism.<ref name=Leg/>