Dubois Announces Bid For Re-election As City Councillor for Saskatoon’s Ward 9
For Immediate Release:
August 5th, 2020 (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan)
Incumbent Ward 9 City Councillor, Bev Dubois announces her plan to run for re-election in the 2020 Saskatoon Civic Election.
“We have all been through trying times recently, and upon reflection, it has made me more determined than ever to do whatever I can to help Saskatoon rebound, recover, and thrive,” said Dubois. “I have the determination and the drive required for the role, and I want to continue to make a difference in the city of Saskatoon.”
Dubois has thirteen years of experience as an elected government official and with that comes a deep understanding of how government works at every level. Her experience and proven reliability will keep Ward 9 prosperous.
“I’m honest, hardworking, and reliable and I will continue to work hard to serve and represent the needs of Ward 9 residents,” she says. “ One of my major strengths is collaboration. As an experienced community leader, I understand that you need a strong team and a solid administration to achieve the best results for all residents in Saskatoon.”
Dubois’ priorities have always been to advocate for lower taxes, to focus on improving basic services such as roads and sidewalks, and to ensure that residents in Ward 9 feel safe and live well. Born and raised in Saskatoon, Bev chose to raise her family here. As a results-oriented community leader and advocate, with multiple years on various boards and commissions; she enjoys helping organizations and nonprofits grow their profile and achieve their goals.
Dubois is a committed community supporter and hands-on volunteer. She is a Director for the Children’s Wish Foundation, Past-President and member of the Saskatoon Rotary Club, member of OUT Saskatoon Pride Home committee, Salvation Army Community Council board member, Chair of Ladyballs, a Saskatchewan event for ovarian cancer, Board member Habitat for Humanity Women’s Build, and is past chair of WAMS (Women Against Multiple Sclerosis).
For more information or to arrange for an interview, contact:
Bev Dubois, 306-260-2360