At its annual general meeting, the Federation of Canadian Municipalities announced Torquay Mayor Mike Strachan has been elected to its board of directors for a one-year term, from 2022 to 2023.
“It is an honour to serve on the FCM Board of Directors with a team of municipal leaders from across the country,” said Strachan, “I am looking forward to advancing ideas that matter most to Saskatchewan’s communities.”
Mayor Strachan has been serving the community of Torquay for more than 10 years, first elected to Torquay village council in 2009.
He was elected to the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association Board of Directors as Southeast Regional Director in 2013 and currently serves as SUMA’s Vice President of Villages, Resort Villages, and Northern Municipalities.
FCM is the national representative for Canada's municipal governments, operating since 1901.
Members include more than 2,000 municipalities from across the country, representing more than 92 percent of the population.