Council

Council is responsible for developing and evaluating policies, services, and programs of the municipality, approving the annual budget and maintaining the financial integrity of the Town, and establishing bylaws that govern the Town of Kindersley. Regular Meetings of Council are held on the second and fourth Monday of each month beginning at 7pm. They are held in Council Chambers at the Kindersley Administrative Office, 106 5th Avenue East.

rodPerkins

About: Mayor Rod Perkins has been a resident of Kindersley for the last 42 years. He spent 40 years as a partner in the accounting firm Close Perkins and Hauta. He and his wife, Pat, raised their five children in Kindersley, and he has been involved in many community organizations over the years. A few of these include the Kindersley Chamber of Commerce, the Kindersley Junior Klippers, and Professional Conduct and Discipline committees of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan, where he was rewarded with an FCA designation in 2001. View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • Community Grant Review Committee
  • Procurement Adjudication Committee
  • Cemetery Committee
  • Communities in Bloom Committee

Other Committees:

  • KKindersley Regional Medical Arts Authority
  • Kindersley Local Library Board
  • Wheatland Regional Library Board
  • West Central Municipal Government Committee
  • Kindersley Veterinary Service District
  • Kindersley and District Plains Museum
  • E.K. Water Administration Board
  • Water West Committee
  • Kindersley Community Initiatives Program (KCIP) Grant Adjudication Committee
  • Kindersley Youth Committee

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deanGalbraith

About: 40 years of living in Kindersley has made Councillor Dean Galbraith a firm supporter of community events. He has a strong background in business, being the owner of Guppy’s Car and Truck Spa, Great Canadian Oil Change, Water Pure Bottling Co., along with several commercial buildings in Kindersley. He coached Kindersley Minor Hockey for 10 years, was a member of the KMS Hockey Board for 4 years, and also held a brief position with the Town of Kindersley Appeals Board. View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • R.M. Liaison Committee
  • Industrial Area Review Committee
  • Kindersley AIrport Advisory Board

Other Committees:

  • Kindersley District Planning Commission
  • E.K. Water Administration Board

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elyseMoss

About: Councillor Elyse Moss has a genuine interest in the public policies and procedures that govern Kindersley. As a resident of the town for the last 19 years, she has developed a strong desire to make a positive impact in the community. She is dedicated to critical thinking, and is keen on putting it into practice View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • Governance Policy Review Committee
  • Emergency Measures Organization
  • Arts, Culture, and Heritage Advisory Committee

Other Committees:

  • KKindersley District Planning Commission
  • West Central Municipal Government Committee

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garyBecker

About: Councillor Gary Becker has lived in Kindersley all his life and has run Long-horn Oil and Gas for 15 years. He is a father of 3 children and been involved in several local committees over the years. View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • R.M. Liaison Committee
  • Industrial Area Review Committee
  • Recreation Advisory Committee

Other Committees:

  • Kindersley District Planning Commission

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kenFrancis

About: Deputy Mayor Ken Francis has lived in Kindersley for 20 years and has been working as a land professional since 1987. He was President of Palliser Land Ltd, which merged with Millennium Land Ltd in 2015.

Francis has been on several boards and committees over the years, including the Kindersley Chamber of Commerce, the Saskatchewan Surface Rights Board, and Kindersley Minor Sports. As a father of three children, he has enjoyed coaching baseball and hockey, as well as playing hockey and golf in his spare time. View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • R.M. Liaison Committee

Other Committees:

  • Kindersley Regional Park Authority
  • Western Regional Landfill Inc.
  • E.K. Water Administration Board
  • Water West Committee

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randyErvine

About: Councillor Randy Ervine is a local business owner and lifetime resident of Kindersley. He owns Lela's Music Centre on Main Street, a family-owned business where he has worked for over forty years. Ervine has volunteered/coached on many committees, boards and sports teams the past 35 years, most recently the Kindersley Minor Sports and the Downtown Kindersley Association. Being involved in the community in different ways and watching his 3 daughters grow up in Kindersley have been highlights for the rookie councillor. View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • Industrial Area Review Committee
  • Kindersley Airport Advisory Board
  • Recreation Advisory Committee

Other Committees:

  • Kindersley Regional Park Authority
  • West Central Municipal Government Committee

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shaunHenry

About: Councillor Shaun Henry previously served as Councillor for the Town of Kindersley from February 2014 until January 2016, after which time he was the Acting Mayor for the remainder of the term. He is currently the Kindersley Branch Manager of Synergy Credit Union. View Statement of Public Disclosure

Council Committees:

  • Governance Policy Review Committee

Other Committees:

  • Meridian Community Futures Board
  • Western Regional Landfill Inc.
  • Water West Committee

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