Saskatoon voters have named Bev Dubois their new Ward 9 city councillor. She represented Ward 10 before losing in the 2012 Saskatoon general election. Former councillor Tiffany Paulsen chose not to seek re-election in Ward 9.
Quick Hit: David Cook immigrated from England and settled in Saskatoon to work as an electrician in the mining industry. He said with retirement comes an opportunity for him to focus his time on getting involved in his community.
Occupation: Business owner
Quick Hit: Bev Dubois aims to utilize her previous city council experience and background in the business and volunteer sectors to find solutions to the challenges facing a growing Saskatoon. She says she will be accountable for the efficient use of your tax dollars.
Occupation: Financial administrator for a non-profit organization
Quick Hit: Equality is big to Thomas Hrynuik, who feels all people should be treated equally. He wants to be the voice for Ward 9 and speak for everyone, no matter a person’s race, religion, economic standing, sex or sexual orientation.
Occupation: Small business owner and IT consulting specialist
Quick Hit: Jeff Jackson says he’s ready to build upon his strong voice on the Saskatoon municipal planning commission where he has been gaining insight and providing input in shaping the city.
Occupation: Commercial manager for engineering and construction management firm
Quick Hit: Roxzanne Kaminski says her knowledge, experience and skillset are what city council needs to make more forward thinking, strategic decisions on its projects and spending. “I am a dedicated professional and mother and I will work hard, use common sense and get results for you.”
Occupation: Linguistics student and evening hotel supervisor
Quick Hit: Aaron Kernaghan said he is running for council because of significant problems in the way the city is currently run and thinks he is the right person to help fix them.
Occupation: Investigator and business consultant
Quick Hit: Robin Mowat pledges prudent budget management, active reinvestment in basic city infrastructure, strong community policing and strategic planning and development. For over two decades, Mowat was a reservist in the Canadian Armed Forces.