Hebert to represent NDP in Kindersley by-election

Kindersley – Travis Hebert was nominated tonight to be Saskatchewan NDP candidate for the Kindersley by-election.   
“The Sask. Party’s heartless cuts are making life more difficult for Saskatchewan people,” said Hebert. “I have seen friends and classmates at university make decisions no one should have to make, like whether to pay for books or food.”
Hebert grew up in Kindersley, attending Westberry Elementary School and Kindersley Composite School before graduating from Rosthern Junior College. He went on the attend the University of Saskatchewan, pursuing a Double Honours in Political Studies and Sociology. Hebert has deep roots in Kindersley having spent time working at the Kindersley Inn, Luseland Bible Camp, Dairy Queen, the Mediterranean Coliseum, and being a referee for local hockey games.
Hebert is the President of the Arts & Science Students’ Union, which oversees the affairs of 10,000 U of S students enrolled in the College of Arts & Science. In addition, he has volunteered with and helped raise funds for several community organizations, including Habitat For Humanity, CHEP Good Food, and the Student Wellness Initiative Towards Community Health.
“Travis brings energy, passion and commitment to everything he does,” said NDP Interim Leader Nicole Sarauer. “Travis is a fresh voice for positive change.”
You can find out more about Travis, donate to his campaign, sign up to volunteer or pledge your vote on his website at: www.saskndp.ca/hebert

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