Mayor Ken Cameron
I grew up on the family farm south of Minnedosa and have been part of the community my entire life. After graduating in 1979 I started farming and continued for 16 years. I then went to work for Ken Kane aerial spray and was employed there for 15 years as manager. My wife Debbie and I have operated K C recycle and waste for 18 years and service Minnedosa and area. I also served as trustee for Rolling River School Division for 12 years. I also served on the Manitoba school boards association for 8 years. I look forward to serving my community in the future
Councilor Frank Taylor
Councilor Grant Butler
Councilor Mark Blais
Mark Eugene Blais born in Minnedosa July 1958. My father Gene was in the RCMP and my mother Evon was a registered nurse. They currently reside in Winnipeg. I am the eldest of 3 boys, relocating with my father’s job, we lived in 11 different communities in Manitoba. I spent my high school years at St. Vladimir’s Minor Seminary in Roblin. I participated in all sports and traveled with Ukrainian dancing and choir.
I was married in Winnipeg in 1980 to my wife Jan (Smellie). We welcomed our first child in 1982, our daughter Laci, then our son Luke was born in 1984. We have 5 grandsons that all live and attend school in Minnedosa. We moved our family from Winnipeg to Minnedosa in 1995, where I bought the 7-11 building and established our business "Blazers”. I operated my business for 22 years where I made many valuable friends and customers. I retired in 2017 when I sold the business. My time is now occupied by a variety of sports and activities. In the summer I play golf, go camping and boating, while my winter is spend downhill skiing, playing hockey and snowmobiling. I find myself very fortunate to be able to enjoy all these activities with my family and friends in the valley life of Minnedosa.
Councilor Tom Dowsett
Councilor Marc Landry
This is my first term on town council. I look forward to working with everyone to address the challenges we face and make Minnedosa the best that it can be for residents and visitors alike.
I moved to Minnedosa in 2011 and have spent the last 15 years of my career employed in the trades.
Councilor Robert Marks
Bio to follow