October 17, 2018 By-election Information

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The City of Moose Jaw and the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Separate School Division No. 22 will be holding their respective By-Elections on Wednesday, October 17, 2018. Polls shall be open to voters from 9:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

The municipal By-Election is a race for one (1) Councillor seat on City Council.  The Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Separate School Board By-Election is a race for one (1) trustee seat on the Separate School Board.

In Saskatchewan, municipal and school board elections are governed by The Local Government Election Act, 2015.


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Candidates for HTCSD Board Member

  Christine Boyczuk

Christine Boyczuk, a member of St. Joseph’s Parish, served in a number of roles in education including teacher, consultant and director of education.  Following retirement, Christine served as the Regional Intersectoral Coordinator for the Moose Jaw South Central Region.  Christine is currently a part-time Literacy Coordinator for the Moose Jaw Literacy Network.

Christine is serving as President of the Provincial John Howard Society, President of the Moose Jaw YMCA Board of Directors, President of the Rotary Club of Moose Jaw Wakamow, Past President of the Friendly City Optimist Club.

Christine was a recipient of the Provincial Volunteer Centennial Medal, the 2014 MJCP Community Safety Award, 2016 Women of the Year Award and 2018 Citizen of the Year Award.

Included in her passion for education of the whole child, Christine’s areas of interest include children and youth, early childhood development, diversity, mental health, literacy, quality improvement, and governance.  Christine has presented on these and other topics at international, provincial and national conferences.


  Alison Bradish

Alison Bradish was raised in Moose Jaw and graduated from Vanier Collegiate.  She has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Regina. She was a reporter for the Moose Jaw Times Herald from 2005 to 2007.  She worked as ministerial assistant to the Minister of Highways and Infrastructure from 2007 to 2009. She is an active member of St. Joseph’s Parish and has served on Parish Pastoral Council.  She helped organize book studies geared towards young mothers.  Alison is part of the vacation bible school team at her parish and a children’s liturgy volunteer.  She coached with the Moose Jaw Kinsmen Flying Fins Swim Club.  She is a member of École St. Margaret School Community Council.   Alison and her husband, Robert, have two children who attend school in the Holy Trinity Catholic School Division.  She is an educational assistant with the Conseil des écoles fransaskoises.


  Terri-Ann Metz

Terri-Ann Metz has lived in Moose Jaw for most of her life.  She is a homemaker with five children and two grandchildren.  Four of her children are enrolled in the Holy Trinity Roman Catholic Separate School Division.  She has been extremely involved with the School Community Council for Vanier Collegiate and for St Agnes Elementary School.  She has been immersed in this community for approximately eight years and has loved every moment of it.