GPRC Fairview Campus Heart of the Peace


Gordon MacLeod


Mayor MacLeod was born and raised in Fairview. He is involved with many local volunteer organizations, including the Ignite Youth Group, Fire & Rescue Society, Citizens on Patrol, Kidsport, Fairview Curling Club, and Heart of the Peace Recreation Society.

Mayor MacLeod is proud of Fairview, enjoys living here and hopes to improve the community through his involvement with council.

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Jenna Armstrong


Jenna was born and raised in Fairview. After high school, she travelled to Europe, earned a degree in Industrial Design at the University of Alberta and worked in sports tourism in Edmonton. 12 years later, she returned to Fairview to raise her family in our safe and supportive community.

Jenna is currently the Executive Director for Mighty Peace Tourism and enjoys sharing what the region has to offer to visitors and locals. Having the opportunity to leave the region and come back after multiple years has brought her a new appreciation of the area and she is proud to call Fairview home. You can usually find her in her spare time shopping for local products, camping, river boating, hiking, sledding or snowboarding.

She is looking forward to serving her first term on council and helping to enrich the community with improved services and opportunities for all ages.

Paul Buck


Paul Buck was raised in Fairview. He earned a History degree at the University of Lethbridge and has worked as a Territory Manager for the North Peace for an agribusiness for the past decade.

Paul enjoys the recreational opportunities available in Fairview. He sits on the Fairview Golf Club Board as well as coaches the Fairview Midgets Knights of Columbus team. He enjoys home renovations, having renovated three properties in Fairview to date.

Paul is serving his third term as a Town Councillor and aims to support future development and growth in Fairview. He hopes to attract new young professionals and businesses that will appreciate Fairview as a great community to run a business and raise a family.

Stan Golob


Stan was raised on a farm just North of Hines Creek and has been a member of the Fairview community for over 35 years. Following a career in Information Technology in public education, he has worked as IT manager for a local firm for the last 10 years.
He has been actively involved in the community over the years with groups like the Fairview Lions Club, Kids Fest, Community Gardens and serves on the North Peace Youth Support Association Board.
This is Stan’s first term on Town Council, and he hopes to develop and foster increased community involvement and participation. He believes Fairview is a strong and vibrant community with an amazing potential for our future.

Jeffrey Johnston


Jeff moved here from Southern Ontario in 2013. He worked for GPRC Fairview Campus for almost 6 years before opening a small business. Since moving to Fairview He has become involved in the community, as an active member of the Fairview Fine Arts Society, sits on the Crossroads Woman’s Shelter board, ands served on the Municipal Planning Committee. This is Jeff’s First term on Council.

Bryarly Parker


Born and raised in Calgary, Bryarly moved to Fairview with her husband three years ago. She graduated from Mount Royal University with a degree in social History. An enthusiastic young councillor who is a mother to a young daughter and married to a local entrepreneur that has just opened a new pharmacy in town and is heavily involved in the community. She works full time in the agricultural industry for a mainline grain company, coaches basketball at the local high school and sits on various boards and committees. Her most recent endeavour was organizing a very successful Agricultural trade show here in the community.

Bryarly believes in the success of Fairview and all it has to offer. Her interest in economic development and recreation drives her passion for being on council. She hopes to make Fairview an even better community to raise a family.

Tim Schindel


Tim Schindel grew up on a farm just outside of Melville Sask. He moved to Fairview and he and his family have now lived here for just over 10 years. He believes it is important to give back to the community they love, have chosen to raise their 3 children in and do business. From day one he has been involved in local organizations including the Fairview Volunteer Fire Department, local Church Board, the Heart of the Peace Recreation Society, and is now serving his second term on council.

Tim believes his strengths are in the areas of administration, finance, and standing firm on matters he feels will have a positive effect on his community. He believes in honest and fair government and seeks to provide a sincere ear for the community and representation on council.