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View the Council Meeting Calendar to access minutes, agendas and watch Council meetings live. John, BC, and is the youngest daughter of George and Evelyn Lewchuk.
Do you have a question or concern that you would like to contact City Council about? Growing up on a farm just outside Spirit River, Alberta, she and her sister Wanda knew what it was to work hard and the need to pull together as a family to keep the household operating.
Love of the outdoors, playing sports, and devotion to family and friends were the main focus of her upbringing.
After completing her schooling, Gale moved to Edmonton where she worked for Alberta Agriculture and the Federal Dairy Division.
Gale is also a proud grandmother of two little grandsons, Logan and Rune, and two grand-daughters, Arianna and Kaia.
She enjoys spending many hours with her family, as they are her first priority in life.
Gale started a new adventure in her life, “Serving the Residents and Businesses of Fort Saskatchewan as a City Councillor” from 2007 – 2010.
City Council is the decision-making body responsible for turning community needs into municipal services.
Gale was re-elected as Mayor in 2013 and again in 2017.
Gale is an active member on the City's various municipal boards and is currently Council representative on the following regional boards: Please send general inquiries of the Mayor to: Jonathan Milke, Mayor's Administrative Assistant Ph: 780-992-6232Email the Mayor's Office Contact information for Mayor Katchur: Ph: 780-992-6232 or 780-913-9958Email Mayor Katchur Fax: 780-998-4774 Twitter: @Gale Katchur Councillor Ajibola (Jibs) Abitoye was elected as Councillor for the City of Fort Saskatchewan in October 2017.
Jibs has volunteered on the Family & Community Support Services Board, Navy League Cadet and as Chair of the Fort Saskatchewan Multicultural Association.
Jibs is an active member on the City's various municipal boards and is currently Council representative on the following boards: Councillor Gordon Harris was elected as Councillor for the City of Fort Saskatchewan in October 2017.