A group of concerned residents and rate payers have been meeting over the past year and are ready for change, a change towards good municipal governance in the RM of Mervin.

Over the years, the RM of Mervin council and administration have become increasingly difficult to deal with and exhibited issues in the following areas:


Perception that Council is not responsive to public concerns as many questions and
comments go unanswered, diminishing their accountability to ratepayers.

Very little proactive engagement and reaction to public interest in Council matters is often ignored.

Bylaws and policies continue to be instituted restricting land use impacting a large group of rate payers.

A Message About Who Can Vote

A Message About Who Can Vote In talking to people this past week, it has come to light that there is a bit of confusion over who can vote. First of all, every property owner in the Municipality is entitled to vote for the Reeve regardless of which Division they live...

What Your 4 Candidates Stand For

A message from the “Mervin 2020” Candidates for the open seats on the RM of Mervin Council.

4 Professional Candidates

The RM of Mervin elected officials has 7 seats, four of which will be up for election this fall. This is the year to make change happen!

Meet Gerry Ritz

Gerry is a former member of parliament.

Meet Dave Krywchuk

Dave is a retired mechanical engineer.

Meet Ken Hergott

Ken is currently semi-retired from his career in the grain industry.

Meet Robert Ballantyne

Our Div. 1 candidate is a semi-retired cattle farmer.

How You Can Support Us

If you agree with our mandate, would you consider supporting us financially?