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 Public Relations and Local Government Authority with 15 years of experience in communications for government and businesses.
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 South Hill Community Association.
Serving as your City Councillor, she participated on the board of Police Commission, Moose Jaw Exhibition, Tourism, Wakamow Valley, Cultural Diversity, Heritage Advisory, MJ Museum Art Gallery and South-Central Transportation Committee.
“I would continue to use my passion and experience to serve and work for you as your Mayor,” Crystal states. “For a stronger, better Moose Jaw.”
Mike is a lifelong resident of Moose Jaw and well known in the community for his exceptional work ethic, entrepreneurial mindset, strength of character and leadership qualities. His 37-year career with CP Rail and his development/management of Miles Ahead Driver Ed and Motorcycle Training have proven his commitment and tenacity. Mike and his wife Carla have been married for 36 years, have four adult children and eight grandchildren.
With his no-nonsense approach, Mike will
influence a return to core values and common sense
ensure bilateral presentations to encourage non-biased decisions within council
negotiate with the province for an appropriate balance of government funding/projects to grow our city
implement initiatives to encourage young adults’ involvement in city growth
challenge the SUMA-based property tax assessments
investigate property tax reductions for beautification/revitalization
explore revamping our public transit system
Mike’s focus is to bring the heart of the people back into city hall.
Born and raised in Moose Jaw, attended Westmount, Empire, and Peacock schools, raised 2 children in the city. Helped operate family business in Moose Jaw for over 20 years, currently employed as a shuttle and limo driver.
I am honest and hardworking and would like to see the city continue to grow and prosper. I want to make a difference and think the best way to make a difference is to be a part of the city.
Brett is a father of two, who’s resided in Moose Jaw for the past 12 years. Believing it’s important to be a positive and active part of the community, he volunteers in youth sports, having coached hockey, football, and fastball.
Employed as an I.T. professional for much of his career and now at Mosaic, Brett has become adept at problem-solving, being self-directed, communicating with diverse groups of people, maintaining a budget, and taking a leadership role.
Moose Jaw is a wonderful place to live and raise a family, and for it to thrive and progress, strong leadership is key. Representing Moose Jaw’s constituents, analyzing and scrutinizing current processes, and striving for improvement by listening and making positive changes is what Brett will bring to the table. This is, he believes, what will make Moose Jaw a safe, attractive, and healthy community that flourishes for years to come.
I arrived in “The Friendly City” 38 years ago for a wedding, I knew right away this is where I wanted to call home. I have two children and four grandchildren that live and work in the city, I would like to keep young people in this city with good jobs and secure futures, and ensure that this is also a great place to retire.
I have owned and operated my own successful business for over 13 years. I have been actively involved as a board member of the Chamber of Commerce, Community Futures and have been president of our Moose Jaw Elks club for 10 years. These experiences have strengthened my leadership skills and have given me the opportunity to be approachable and to work cooperatively with others.
I am grateful for this opportunity and will always do my best to serve the residents of Moose Jaw.
Michael moved to Moose Jaw over five years ago to continue a twenty year profession as an Aircraft Maintenance Engineer. This allowed his family to grow up in a friendly environment where they can ride bikes to school, enjoy the outdoors, and actually getting to know their neighbors.
He currently works as an engine specialist for our beloved Canadian Armed Forces Snowbirds. In his spare time he enjoys being an active member of the Moose Jaw Flying Club, and spending time with his family. Through volunteering with Air Cadets, co-coaching Biathlon, and working in the most highly regulated industry in the world, he has acquired exceptional skills for leadership.
As your mayor, the goal will be to unite local governing offices and the people of Moose Jaw for a greater tomorrow. Through honesty, strong leadership, and unwavering accountability, he intends to make the mayor’s office the voice of our community.
Born and raised in Moose Jaw, I have travelled and worked throughout the world, yet I always return to live in our city that I love. We live in the best place in the world. My agenda is to help our community hold that place.
I am married to Muriel Tolley, and we have two adult children; our son Iden Tolley and his wife Victoria Sharp live in Moose Jaw and our daughter Afton Tolley and her partner Jonathan Lupul live in Saskatoon.
I was a City Councillor and I understand the workings of City Hall. Currently I sit on the City of Moose Jaw Board of Revision and the Saskatchewan Labour Relations Board.
Professionally, I am a Chartered Mediator and Chartered Arbitrator.
I will provide positive leadership and representation for our City. I will work to rebuild River Street and create growth, tourism, and the wealth to sustain ourselves.
First elected in 2009, Heather Eby has served as a City Councillor for a total of 10 years. Over the course of her terms she has sat on various boards and committees, notably the Board of Police Commissioners, the Library Board, the Murals Board, Economic Development Commission among others. And currently on the Community Based Coalition as well as the Crystal Meth Strategy Committee.
Heather has been Self-employed for 28 years. She and her husband are grateful to have their family also living in Moose Jaw. After a 7 season hiatus the Eby’s are once again a billet family for the Warriors and look forward to hockey season! Heather attends Victory Church. And besides going to the gym Heather likes walking, golfing, wake surfing and paddle boarding.
Heather brings experience, knowledge and collaboration to the role of Mayor.
Moose Jaw born with fond memories of “cruising” in a Dart Sport on our once vibrant Main strip. He and his wife Tina, have four daughters, the youngest two still at home.
Extensive education & experience in finance, accounting, management and leadership afforded opportunity and experience in private & public sector, areas in healthcare, government, agriculture, renewable energy and construction. A true entrepreneur having grown up in family-owned business and owning several ventures himself. A board member for many charities including Heartland Hospice, food banks and many youth and adult sporting organizations
An enthusiastic, positive leader willing to take a stand on the issues that matter. A true conduit for all voices. He brings an ethical and accountable servant attitude. Strong enough to challenge our administration and citizens to be best, strong enough to lead our great team of council and staff. A vision to invest in Moose Jaw!