Cam Broten is the Leader of Saskatchewan’s New Democrats.
He was first elected as an MLA in 2007 and re-elected in 2011. He was elected as Leader of Saskatchewan's New Democrats on March 9, 2013.
Cam was born in Regina and spent his early years in La Loche, Green Lake, Meadow Lake and La Ronge before his family settled in Saskatoon.
Cam earned an International Studies degree at the University of Saskatchewan and a Master's degree in Political Science at Simon Fraser University. Throughout his university years, Cam worked as a tree planter during the summers.
Prior to becoming an MLA, Cam worked as a health policy manager for the Saskatchewan Medical Association and a policy analyst with Saskatchewan Culture, Youth and Recreation. He also served as an elected board member with the Saskatoon Co-op.
Cam and his wife, Ruth, live in Saskatoon Westview constituency, with their daughters, Ingrid, Clara, and Gudrun, and their dog, Oscar.
Contact Cam’s Campaign:
61-300 Confederation Drive, Saskatoon, SK S7L 7K9