"Bob is the Station Manager at CTV in Yorkton a position he has held since 2010. He began his journalism career at the Yorkton Enterprise newspaper on his graduation from the Yorkton Regional High School in 1975.
He has served as a city councilor for the past nine years. He is the chair of the Gallagher Centre board, and is a member of the Community Planning and Infrastructure committee and the Yorkton Environment Services Commission.
Bob is also a director on the board of the Parkland College, the largest provider of post secondary adult education in the provincial college system. He is chair of the advocacy committee and supports the colleges efforts to bring a Trades and Technology Centre to Yorkton.
In the past he has served as a director on the Yorkton Chamber of Commerce, and the Yorkton Film Festival as well as the Yorkton Soccer Association where he coached for 8 years.
"A student at Parkland College, currently upgrading to make my Grade 12 from the Yorkton Regional High School more up to date. June 8, 2004 is the day I graduated from high school. Since then I took part in a class at Partners In Employment, I worked for Prairie Harvest Employment Program walking the streets picking up garbage and working on the Recycling bus picking up the Blue Bins, I worked at Painted Hand casino as a Dishwasher and a Custodian, I help set up tables and chairs for the Yorkton First Steps Graduations and family bar-B-Q's.
I am 27 years old, I was born in Preeceville and raised in Yorkton my whole life. I am a loving and caring person, I care about the people and I want to make Yorkton a better place. 10 years ago I said I was going to run for mayor and now I am actually experiencing it. To actually win though would be the coolest thing to ever happen to me. I like to make music from the hip hop genre, I been doing that since I was 15 and one day I would love to hear one of my songs on the radio or even a video on Much Music.