Cam Goff is a father, husband, long-time farmer and small business owner living and working in rural Saskatchewan. Cam has farmed full-time for almost fifty years and today operates a grain farm northeast of Hanley with his two brothers. His first involvement in farm politics came when he was elected as a director of the Canadian Wheat Board until the Harper government dismantled it. After that, Cam served as the first-ever chair of the Saskatchewan Barley Development Commission, stepping down just this year. Cam and his wife, Bev, owned the Shell service station in Hanley, a venture they built up over the years to service their community and sell farm supplies. Together, Cam and Bev have three kids.

Read Cam's message to the residents of Arm River, here!

Authorized by the chief official agent for the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party.