Bev Dubois was born and raised in Saskatoon. She attended Prince Philip School and graduated from Walter Murray Collegiate and the University of Saskatchewan. For the past 23 years Bev has lived in Erindale with her family.
Bev is married to well-known radio broadcaster Vic Dubois. Their son Pat Dubois is an on-air personality on 92.9 The BULL FM and their daughter Michele is a student at the U of S and a member of the popular local music group, the BULLRUSH.
Bev’s business background includes having been Executive Director of the Meewasin Foundation, Business and Marketing Manager for Ernst & Young Chartered Accountants, and, at the time of her election to City Council in 2003, Manager of Investor Relations for the Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority.
Bev Dubois was elected as Ward 10 Councillor in 2003 and re-elected in 2006 and again in 2009. During her terms she has served on the following civic boards and committees: Planning & Operations, Administration & Finance, Audit, City Centennial Committee, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Library board, Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority, Sutherland Business Improvement District, Municipal Planning Commission, Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association, and the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
Bev’s extra-curricular volunteer activities include being Chair of the Salvation Army Advisory Board, Director of the Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame and Museum, University of Saskatchewan Senate, as well as previous involvement as follows:
-Founding member and Past-President, Saskatoon Women’s Network
-Chair, SWN Vacation Dinner (4 years)
-Director and Past-President, Big Sisters of Saskatoon.
-Chair, Bowl for Millions Committee
-Director, Saskatoon YWCA
-Chair, Women of Distinction Dinner (3 years)
-Director, Saskatoon Crimestoppers
-Chair, Citizen’s Advisory Committee, Regional Psychiatric Centre
-Director, Persephone Theatre
-President, Father Robinson School Parent Association
-Co-Chair, St. Joseph High School Parent Association
-Vice-President, Erindale Community Association
-Sector Chairperson, Saskatoon United Way
-Saskatoon Women’s Build Committee, Habitat for Humanity
In recognition of her community service, Bev has been awarded the Saskatchewan Centennial Medal and the Governor General’s Canada 125 Medal. She has also been nominated for the Women of Distinction and Silver Spoon Awards.