Four-term Yorkton city councillor and longtime community volunteer Randy Goulden seeks your support in the election on October 24.
Randy’s many years of work in the community, as well as her involvement with provincial and national organizations, have kept her in close touch with the people of Yorkton and the issues that directly affect them.
She was first elected to Yorkton City Council in 1997, and was re-elected in the next three elections. She has served on all council committees and commissions, and was very active in both the provincial Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA), and the national Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM). She was a member of the board of directors of both organizations, and chaired committees at both levels dealing with community safety and protection, and ways to increase women’s participation in municipal government.
Randy works as the Executive Director of Tourism Yorkton, and the Director of the Yorkton Film Festival.
In Yorkton, she has been active as a volunteer with many organizations, among them the Saskatchewan Winter and Summer Games, World Junior Hockey Challenge, Yorkton Dance Association, Yorkton Nursery School Association, Sports Hall of Fame, Band Boosters, Music Festival, Ukrainian dance, Roughrider Football Club, Figure Skating Club, Mental Health Drop-In Centre, Rotary Club, and was the chair of the Vancouver Olympic Torch Run for Yorkton.
Born and raised in Stornoway, Randy has lived most of her adult life in Yorkton. She was the owner-operator of the Leader-Post circulation bureau from 1976 to 2003.
She and her husband Rex have three children and six grandchildren. They thrive on spending time with their family, participating in many of their recreational activities.
Randy seeks your support to serve the people of Yorkton, as we continue to grow our city.