Stacey Strykowski is the New Democrat candidate for Canora-Pelly.

Stacey is a respected leader in her community. Having grown up in the Usherville area, Stacey now serves as a member of Preeceville’s town council and volunteers her time as a champion for healthcare services in her community

For the last three years, she has been a strong voice for better healthcare in her community and across rural Saskatchewan. Stacey is a founding member of her community’s Health Action Committee, a group that through her leadership has spoken out against the cuts made by the Sask. Party to acute care services.

Strykowski and her husband, Jonathan reside in Preeceville with their two young children, Emerson and Jackson. Stacey works for The Co-Operators insurance company while Jonathan works in the agriculture industry.

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NDP rolls out five-point plan to protect rural health from Sask. Party cuts

Today NDP Leader Ryan Meili, joined by NDP Health Critic, Vicki Mowat, and rural health care advocate and Saskatchewan NDP candidate for Canora-Pelly, Stacey Strykowski, committed to repairing years of Sask. Party underfunding of rural healthcare, which has led to service disruptions, closed Emergency Rooms, and greater stress for rural families and seniors.

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