Moose Jaw

The Municipal general election was held on October 24, 2012. Below is the elected Mayor and City Council. For more information on the City Council, please visit the City of Moose Jaw website.

PDF Download the survey we sent to the candidates.
Smoke-Free Patios Ban smoking on all outdoor patios of restaurants and bars. Smoke-free Festival Ban smoking on municipal property used for public gatherings.
Smoke-free Parks Ban smoking on playgrounds. Cosmetic Pesticides Ban the use of pesticides.
Smoke-free Sports Fields Ban smoking in sports fields.
(e.g. soccer pitches, baseball diamonds, etc)
Cosmetic Pesticides Survey results.
Smoke-free Bleachers Ban smoking in Fixed seating or bleachers. (e.g. stadiums)    

Click on the survey icon to see the comments from the city council members.
City Council Members Smoke-Free Patios Smoke-free Parks Smoke-free Sports Fields Smoke-free Bleachers Smoke-free Festival Cosmetic Pesticides Cosmetic Pesticides
Deb Higgins, Mayor
306 692-2001 | Email
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Undecided Survey
Brian Swanson, Council
Email
Candidate has not returned the survey.
Candis Kirkpatrick, Council
Email
Candidate has not returned the survey.
Heather Eby, Council
306-693-7503 | Email
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Undecided Survey
Don Mitchell, Council
306-692-6710 | Email
Yes Yes Yes* Yes Yes* Yes* Survey
Patrick Boyle, Council
Email
Candidate has not returned the survey.
Dawn Luhning, Council
Email
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Undecided Survey




MUNICIPAL ISSUES
Smoke-free outdoor spaces
Smoking in select outdoor spaces, such as parks and playgrounds, can be detrimental to both our health and the health of the environment. Read more...


Cosmetic Pesticides
There is serious concern about the use of non-essential or cosmetic pesticides on private and public spaces. Read more...



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