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It's Time

Saskatoon is at a tipping point.

People are asking:
Why are taxes going up while our roads, sidewalks, parks, and waterlines decline?
Will there be good jobs in a volatile economic environment?
How can we maintain our strong sense of community and have safe, inclusive neighbourhoods as we grow and change?

These are the questions for our city today.

I am running for Mayor because I know that we have the elements in place to get these answers right for our city of tomorrow. But we won’t get there without a change in leadership and approach.

As a Councillor for ten years I have learned a great deal about how Saskatoon - and other cities – are run. I am proud of my accomplishments as a Councillor but I have also seen too many short term decisions and missed opportunities in this role. I have challenged many decisions and at times have stood alone to fight for a City Hall that is more open and transparent, that gives the most value for your tax dollars, and that thinks about our future as well as our present.

My approach as Mayor will be to mobilize talents within and outside our boundaries. Saskatoon has outstanding thinkers and doers. We need to engage them in taking Saskatoon to a new level of economic, social, cultural, and environmental achievement. We have the opportunity to learn from the mistakes of other cities that developed earlier.

If we do this right, we can have properly-maintained roads and playgrounds in every neighbourhood, a diversified local economy with good jobs, well-designed growth in the core and the suburbs, and opportunities for people of all walks of life to reach their potential.

I want this to be a great city for all our city’s children to grow up in - for my own three children as well as the children from Kerrobert and Sweetgrass and Aleppo who have come here to build their dreams.

Join me, let’s work together to make Saskatoon a great city!

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    Safe and inclusive neighbourhoods.


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  • It's time to save half a billion dollars — click here to find out how.

    Future growth will provide the jobs and tax base to sustain the quality of life for our community if we...

  • Events

    Saturday, October 29, 2016 at 10:00 AM
    Campaign Office: 340 3rd Ave N in Saskatoon, SK, Canada

    Saturday October 29: Sign Pick Up Blitz!

    Now that the election is over and Charlie is our new mayor, we need to collect the over 2000 Charlie Clark lawn signs that are out on private lawns. Pitch in this Saturday for a sign blitz between 10AM - 2PM. Drop in to collect a sign list and map and head out to help! 

    Let us know you are coming by RSVPing below. We'll be picking up signs on Friday afternoon and evening as well - so contact Brit at if you can make it on Friday!

  • Community Leaders for Charlie


    Community, Arts and Business Leaders for Charlie Clark

    Businesses for Charlie


      Businesses for Charlie Clark

  • Election Day

    Hundreds of volunteers have been spending the last few months knocking on doors and phoning across the City to find Charlie’s supporters.

    We do all of this so that on election day we can help them know when and where to vote. In this tight three way race, it’s our ability to get people out to vote that will make the difference on election day.

    This means that we need even more volunteers on election day, our final day, Wednesday October 26th. Can you help us?