August 15, 2016 7:14 pm
Updated: October 4, 2016 4:22 pm

Kelley Moore seeking to become Saskatoon’s next mayor

WATCH ABOVE: Global’s Lisa Dutton sits down with Saskatoon mayoral candidate Kelley Moore to discuss her platform ahead of the civic election on Oct. 26.


Another candidate has thrown their hat in the ring for Saskatoon mayor.

Kelley Moore, 43, announced her intention to run for the position in the upcoming 2016 civic election.

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She is an urban and regional planner who has worked with all levels of government.

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“I have a unique blend of government and business experience,” Moore said in a press release.

“I have a proven track record for leading projects that have created positive results for residents, neighbourhoods and business areas in Saskatoon and across Saskatchewan.”

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Moore has called Saskatoon home for 33 years and co-owns a small local business. She earned degrees in regional and urban development and a Master of Arts from the University of Saskatchewan.

Her mayoral opponents include incumbent Don Atchison, Ward 6 City Coun. Charlie Clark and former Saskatoon mayor Henry Dayday.

The vote for the 2016 municipal election is on Oct. 26.

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