Boissevain-Morton Council is the governing body for Municipality of Boissevain-Morton which was officially formed in 2015 from the amalgamation of the former Town of Boissevain and Rural Municipality of Morton. The council deals with matters requiring policy direction, by-laws or by-law amendments, response or actions to pertinent issues.
The nine council members are elected by residents and ratepayers of the municipality for a four-year term of office. The Mayor as head of council is elected at-large by the entire municipal electorate. Four councillors are elected within the Boissevain and Morton wards—representing the territory of the former Town and RM respectively—for a total of 8 councillors.
Council meetings are regularly held twice a month at the Civic Center at 420 South Railway Street in Boissevain.
The next election will be held on Wednesday, October 24th, 2018.
- Mayor: David Stead
- Councillors representing the Boissevain ward:
- Rob Adams
- Lonnie Graham
- Eric Reichert
- Judy Swanson
- Councillors representing the Morton ward:
- Rhonda Coupland
- Elmer McCallum
- Douglas Robertson
There is one vacancy in the Morton ward following the appointment of David Stead to the office of Mayor to replace previous Mayor Edward Anderson who retired in November 2017.
Members of the public who wish to make presentations to council may do so by contacting the Administrator.