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Ward 8

Sarina Gersher


Living in Saskatoon, Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Métis, Sarina is proud to call Ward 8 home for nearly three decades. Ward 8 is made up of the following neighbourhoods: Brevoort Park, Briarwood, Brighton, College Park, East College Park, Greystone Heights and Hillcrest Management Area. Raised by her immigrant parents and grandparents in Greystone Heights, Sarina feels a multi-generational connection to the Ward’s diverse and vibrant community.

Sarina is an avid cyclist, supports local businesses and gives back to the community by volunteering at many events for a variety of causes. She is a proud University of Saskatchewan graduate and has a far-reaching understanding of different cultures and approaches to problem-solving, gained through extensive world travel. Prior to being elected, Sarina worked as a GIS Analyst (i.e. making maps) for the Meewasin Valley Authority.

Sarina brings her enthusiasm and innovative fresh ideas as to how Ward 8 and Saskatoon can continue to build upon being an inclusive, safe and sustainable City for people of all generations, backgrounds and abilities.

City of Saskatoon Boards & Committees:   

  • Governance and Priorities Committee
  • Standing Policy Committee on Environment, Utilities & Corporate Services, Chair
  • Standing Policy Committee on Transportation
  • Saskatoon Environmental Advisory Committee 
  • Meewasin Valley Authority Board of Directors 
  • Partners FOR the Saskatchewan River Basin Board of Directors 
  • Ideas Inc. Board of Directors

Strategic Priority:

Sarina is co-leading Council’s strategic priority area of Environmental Sustainability with Mairin to transform our position as one of the highest emitters of greenhouse gas emissions in the world to a model city of innovation in energy conservation, renewables, and waste diversion.  The City of Saskatoon is experiencing a continuing decline in environmental quality related to waste, ecological footprint and air quality.  City Council will be working to reverse this trend.

Outside Boards and Committees:

  • Canadian Urban Transit Association, Vice Chair 
  • International Council for Local Environmental Initiatives 
  • Leadership in Brownfield Renewal Program Member
  • Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority

Past Boards and Committees:

  • North Central Transportation Planning Committee
  • Centennial Auditorium & Convention Centre (TCU Place) Board of Directors
  • Traffic Safety Committee
  • Marr Residence Board of Directors