Jody is a Moose Jaw resident of 36 years and a single mother to her 18-year-old daughter. She is currently working towards her Human Justice Degree with the goal of attending Law School, her focus is Indigenous Studies.
Jody is also an Occupational Health and Safety Practitioner with her own consulting firm.
Through her community involvement, Jody has spent countless hours with Moose Jaw residents. Her passion for the community is her motivation for seeking a seat on council. She would like the opportunity to be the voice of the people that often feel unheard.
Jody believes transparency is what we are missing. She would like to see honest and transparent communication between residents and administration. If elected, she will maintain an open-door policy to allow Moose Javians to speak.
Moose Jaw has been home for most of my life. I worked for the Provincial Government for 28 years and was an elected official of SGEU. Since retiring I have done private consulting for different organizations.
My career provided me the ability to deal with and develop budgets. I have dealt with time constraints along with a large variety of issues and people. I have experience with negotiations, arbitrations and resolutions. I can deal with complexed issues while leaving personal bias out to find the best resolution for all involved.
Council needs to treat the citizens of Moose Jaw as their clients. There needs to be better communication and planning of projects to allow easier access throughout the city. The issues and struggles of today need to be addressed effectively while looking at future needs of the city. I am committed to working hard as your new city council member.
Last elected in the 2018 By-Election, Heather Eby has served a total of 9 years as a Moose Jaw City Councillor. She has sat on various boards and committees, including the Board of Police Commissioners, the Moose Jaw Public Library Board, the Murals Board, Parks and Rec Advisory Committee, Economic Development Commission and the Wakamow Valley Board.
Self-employed for 27 years, Heather works full time as a Registered Massage Therapist. Heather and her family are Warrior Season Ticket holders, she is an active member at Ironwood Family Fitness, enjoys lake time in the summer and family time all the time! She is also a member of Victory Church.
Heather is community minded and brings experience, knowledge and understanding of Council processes, procedures and policies to the table. She looks forward to playing a part in shaping Moose Jaws future!
In 1990 Earl moved to Moose Jaw to work for the summer and I met his wife, Christine, a native Moose Javian. Earl owned and operated Moose Jaw Carpet One Floor & Home for 20 years and the new owner is enjoying continued success.
Earl’s governance experience includes five years on the board of directors for the Saskatchewan Construction Association, seven years on the board of the Hillcrest Golf Club (3 years as President), and is currently the treasurer of the Moose Jaw Shrine Club in which he has held most all positions over a 20 year period.
Earl’s vision is for continued economic growth. Infrastructure is the “backbone” and long term economic growth will make our community thrive. City services and information should be easy to navigate for our citizens and communication between departments should be seamless. Moose Jaw is a great place to live. Let’s grow together!
Dawn graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Commerce degree in 1993. She built her career in Moose Jaw, owns her own business and is an independent financial advisor with Desjardins Financial Security Investments | DLSolutions.
In May 2012, Dawn won a Woman of Distinction Award from the Regina YWCA in the category of Community Leadership and Enhancement. Dawn is the Race Director for the annual Moose Jawg Charity Road Race for Moose Jaw Health Foundation. After 18 years, the event has raised over $140,000.
Dawn whole-heartedly believes in a City Councillor’s role – Service Above Self. Decisions are made with the City’s overall well-being in mind at all times.
Dawn’s experience on City Council and common sense approach to decisions sets her apart from other candidates. Her respect for the office never waivers and she understands that being elected to represent the citizens, is a privilege.
Crystal was first elected to City Council in 2016. An entrepreneur, Crystal and her husband Kirby, returned to their hometown in 2011 and built Moose Jaw’s first cheese manufacturing facility, Coteau Hills Creamery.
Crystal combines her University of Regina education in Local Government Authority with 15 years of experience in communications for government and business.
Serving as your City Councillor, she participated on the board of Police Commission, Moose Jaw Exhibition Co., Tourism, Wakamow Valley, Cultural Diversity, Heritage Committee, Moose Jaw Museum Art Gallery and South-Central Transportation Planning Committee
She is a past President of Business Women of Moose Jaw, recipient of the PRISM Influential Award, MJ Chamber of Commerce Citizen of the Year Nominee and President of the South Hill Community Association.
As your City Councillor, Crystal will bring her diverse experience and continue to work hard for you to build a strong, fiscally responsible future for Moose Jaw.
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I am a Professional Engineering Technologist, Board Member, Community Volunteer and Private Business Owner. I am passionate about affecting positive change through negotiation and collaboration while adhering to the principles of governance. My commitment is and always has been to do what is best for the Community, our families and to ensure everyone is valued and heard. I believe we can build towards tomorrow through the building of relationships, within the city, between cities and provincially.
At this time I can not really make any promises on what I would like to see change or be able to change within the City, but know that I will always be responsive, responsible and make financially sound and environmentally sustainable decisions based on the facts in adherence with the bylaws, regulations and policies.
Good luck to everyone that has put forward their names for the Boards and City Council!
It would be an honour to represent you as one of your Moose Jaw counsellors. Moose Jaw has been my home for over 50 years. I believe the diverse demographic that makes up Moose Jaw provides a warm and welcoming environment for an expanding population.
I have over thirty years experience in the construction industry, specifically concrete. I have built many foundations in Moose Jaw and know the building blocks for durable foundations that will last years beyond me. I am also confidently able to bring my ideas to the table as well as discuss the many ways to strengthen our community. One way to increase the population is to encourage retention of our youth by recruiting new industries to take a chance on our city. Industries could help cover the cost of taxes as well as strengthen our economy.
Nicholas is a young family man who put down roots in Moose Jaw three years ago.
Nick is currently the Manager at Booster Juice. He enjoys this position as it has given him many opportunities to partner up with local businesses and sports teams. He has always had a big interest in business and has studied it for years. This has lead him to have a great understanding of budgeting and planning.
He hopes to bring new and innovative ideas to the council. His hope is to appeal to the younger population of Moose Jaw and start getting them passionate about the future of our city. He dreams of creating a safe community for families to raise their children. He aims to create economic growth by improving the cities planning and fine tuning the cities budget concerns. He believes in working with the people for the people.
When we moved here eleven years ago, we immediately fell in love with Moose Jaw. From a park every other block, to the friendly nature of our citizens, etc. From the beginning I took action to get involved in the community. I am active in the Filipino community with my wife, the St. Agnes SCC where I have been a member for the past 9 years and Treasurer for 4. I also served on the board for Gymtastiks as Treasurer for the past 4 years.
I spent 25 years in Financial Services where I worked as VP of Sales, Head Trader and for 18, as a financial planner building plans for Families, businesses and individuals.
I have experience studying budgets of cities larger than ours.
As counselor, I’ll be honest and will listen to your concerns, and will work harder to make a Moose Jaw you can be proud of.
My name is Jamey Logan. I was born and raised in Moose Jaw where I met, and later married, my beautiful wife Sheri. Together we raised our family, while being self-employed, working alongside some of Moose Jaw’s greatest people.
Currently, I sit on the Moose Jaw Families for Change Board, the Moose Jaw Construction Association Board, and the Canadian Fence Industry Association Board where I am past president. I have coached baseball and softball in this great city since 1993; wherein, I have met so many wonderful people.
Admittedly, I have no background in politics. However, I am honest, hard working, relatable and willing to learn. I am community minded and passionate about this city and the wellbeing of its citizens. Please be assured that I will work hard to earn your trust and respect.
I look forward to working with council and administration, if given the chance.
I have lived in Moose Jaw all of my life, and I know that this city has lots of potential and great people. I'm running for council because I want to effect positive change for our people, set us up for future success, and realize that potential. My focus, if elected, will be on infrastructure improvement, making our tax dollars go further, improving municipal services, helping our local businesses thrive, and making Moose Jaw appeal to job creators and tourists. Our world keeps changing, and I want to help Moose Jaw adapt and thrive. With your support, and the hard work of a dedicated Mayor and council, I know that we can do this. For more information on me, and my plans for our city, please check out the link provided in my profile or contact me at the e-mail address provided.
Relocated to Moose Jaw in 2009 as the new Manager/ Golf Professional at the Hillcrest Golf Club. Been a member of the PGA of Canada for 26 years. Attended Lethbridge Community College graduating from the Business Diploma program. Obtained my Real Estate License in 2014 and started working with Royal Lepage Landmart.
I have multiple years experience working and the dealings with the public. The areas of which I find important are Economic growth, infrastructure, and transparency. Economic growth makes a community vibrant; quality Infrastructure and transparency creates faith and trust in the system. This city has unbelievable potential with great people, its time for Moose Jaw to grow and prosper
I was born in Moose Jaw, spent several adult years in British Columbia, returning home in 2011. My wife Tina, and three of four daughters, reside in Moose Jaw. An entrepreneurial mindset with experience in construction, property development and financial management. I am formally educated in Business, Accounting and have recently attained a Certificate in Public Financial Management.
I have many years of community board involvement presently with Heartland Hospice, Pickleball Saskatchewan, Moose Jaw Wildlife Federation and currently chair of the Moose Jaw Parks, Recreation and Facilities Advisory Committee.
With a personal connection to our community I feel I have the first-hand experience, knowledge and desire to bring to Council a dedication of serving the citizens of Moose Jaw. I would be a proponent of economic growth in our community through business attraction along with improved facilities and infrastructure. I believe in honest government through transparency and open two-way communication.
Fraser Tolmie is a former City Councillor and is presently Mayor for the City of Moose Jaw. He served as an officer in the Canadian Forces from 2003 to 2009. The 50-year-old is married to Cassandra (nee Golding). They have two young daughters, Saoirse and Eilidh.
Fraser has a strong reputation for consensus building and problem solving. He is dedicated to his community and to make things better. Fraser believes Moose Jaw’s greatest potential is its people. Working with people from all walks of life, Fraser is building a vision of a prosperous and safe community for generations to come.
“Working together, we can better position ourselves to fix the problems, build a solid foundation, and be prepared to meet inevitable challenges,” says Fraser Tolmie.
Together We Are Better. On November 9th 2020 Vote to Re-Elect Fraser Tolmie for Mayor.
I was born and raised in Moose Jaw. After high school, I was employed at Safeway for 21 years. I own and operate a tree business for over 30 years.
Our walking paths should be paved and dog park expanded. Our bumpy roads should be smoothed out. We need a tar and seal program so we can eliminate potholes in the Spring. We need to bring in more tourism but advertise more on the major highway that runs right by our City. We need to be the leaders in future energy, not the followers. We need better rebate programs for solar energy from the Provincial Government.
Our City is beautiful, but the citizens of Moose Jaw deserve much better.
I will try to unite Council to achieve these goals.
Nancy Nash is a Canadian blues and pop singer and was the first woman inducted into the Edmonton Blues Hall of Fame.
She has recorded under her birth name and as Sazacha Red Sky. She was nominated for best music of Aboriginal Canada Recording at the 1994 Juno awards.
Born in North Battleford, Nash has called Moose Jaw home for the last four years.