Ward 3 - Councillor Andrew Stevens
Councillor Andrew Stevens is sitting for his first term as a member of Regina City Council, representing the residents of Ward 3.
He is an associate professor in the Faculty of Business Administration at the University of Regina. He teaches and researches in the areas of labour relations, collective bargaining, sociology of work, and political economy.
Councillor Stevens received his Master’s and PhD at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He has served on executive boards for a number of local organizations, specifically the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, Briarpatch Magazine, the Unemployed Workers Help Centre, the Regina and District Labour Council, and the University of Regina Faculty Association.
Councillor Stevens’ civic interests include improving public transportation and cycling infrastructure, working on implementing an effective homelessness and affordable housing strategy, advancing the Official Community Plan and improving our city’s environmental policies and practices. He would also like to see recommendations from the Truth and Reconciliation Report enacted at the municipal level.
He lives with his family in the Cathedral neighbourhood in Ward 3.
Councillor Stevens is serving on the following civic boards, committees and commissions:
- Community & Protective Services Committee
- Executive Committee
- Public Works & Infrastructure Committee
- Regina Downtown Business Improvement District
- School Boards/City Council Liaison Committee