Lori Bresciani was elected in 2016 as Ward 4 Councillor and was acclaimed in 2020.
Having been a resident in Ward 4 for 35 years, Councillor Lori Bresciani is honoured to serve her community and share her knowledge and passion.
Lori is a proud wife and mother. She has experience in government and private industry. As a business owner and experienced leader, she has focused her interests in areas of communication, advocacy, transparency and accountability. Volunteering in both civic and provincial fields of health and education and serving on various community boards has been her way of giving back to her community and to the people of Saskatchewan. She is also an active member in her community and understands the importance of building a strong community which is inclusive, safe and sustainable for all generations.
Lori is married to her husband Rob and they have 3 children and 2 grandchildren. Lori cares deeply about family and community. She has extensive experience in government and private industry. As a business owner and experienced leader, she has focused her interest in areas of communication, advocacy, financial transparency and accountability. By volunteering in both civic and provincial fields of health and education and serving on various community boards, Lori has always found effective and rewarding ways to give back to her community and to the people of Regina.
“I understand the importance of building a strong community which is inclusive, safe and sustainable for ALL including our most vulnerable, seniors and those with a disability.”
As the Ward 4 Councillor, Lori Bresciani has championed resident engagement by hosting regular community meetings to listen to concerns, seek change and challenge the status quo at City Hall. She will continue to seek improvements within her community and city as a whole.
Lori will continue to advocate for change to ensure our city is vibrant, progressive and welcoming for all generations. She believes that by working together we can ensure that our community is a place where all people can thrive, raise a family and enjoy retirement.
Together, we can make Regina even better.
Civic boards, Committees & Commissions:
- Accessibility Advisory Committee
- Board of Police Commissioners
- Canadian Western Agribition Association, Board of Directors