Stacey Strykowski was nominated as the Saskatchewan New Democrat candidate for Canora-Pelly. Strykowski was acclaimed as the candidate this evening in front of New Democratic Party members at the Rainbow Hall in Canora.
“This government has clearly forgotten about rural Saskatchewan,” said Strykowski. “It’s time to challenge this absent MLA and start putting people first in our constituency again. It starts by improving our local healthcare and education.”
A lifelong resident of her constituency, Strykowski grew up in the Usherville area and currently sits on the Preeceville Town Council. She is an activist for her local community services and is a founding member of the Health Action Committee which speaks out against cuts to acute care service delivery in Preeceville. Strykowski works for the Co-operators insurance company in Preeceville where she resides with her husband, Jonathan, and their two young children.
“It’s clear to me that Stacey has seen firsthand the impacts of Sask. Party cuts to care,” said NDP Leader Ryan Meili. “She has experience working and advocating for her community and speaking out against the bad decisions the Sask. Party have made.”
Strykowski is the twenty-fourth candidate nominated for the Saskatchewan NDP for the 2020 provincial election.