Kevin Waugh, Conservative Member of Parliament for Saskatoon-Grasswood is pleased to announce that he has been acclaimed as the Conservative candidate and will be seeking re-election in 2019.
It has been Kevin’s privilege to serve the people of Saskatoon-Grasswood in the community and represent their interests in Ottawa since 2015. He looks forward to working with all of his Conservative colleagues and supporters across Canada to put an end to Justin Trudeau’s reckless and harmful policies and tax hikes.
Kevin was first elected in October 2015 as the Member of Parliament and was appointed Deputy Critic for Canadian Heritage and National Historic Sites. In September 2017 his role changed from Canadian Heritage as he was then asked to represent caucus as the Deputy Shadow Cabinet Minister for the Indigenous and Northern Affairs.
Prior to running for Federal Office in 2015, Kevin served as a trustee with the Saskatoon Board of Education and was on the Saskatchewan School Boards Association Executive.
Kevin has been a big local supporter of many organizations and sat on many non-profit boards throughout the years. He is the recipient of the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal for “long standing community involvement”. Kevin has helped many organizations over the years fundraise for childrens’ initiatives like the YMCA Strong Kids program, which allows children to experience summer camp.
Kevin has been married for 40 years. Kevin and Ann have 2 children and one grandchild.
Kevin is your strong voice for Saskatoon-Grasswood.