Councillor Randy Goulden will return for another term as Yorkton's Trans Canada Yellowhead Highway Association.
Goulden will be joined by Mayor Mitch Hippsley and Councillors Ken Chyz and Quinn Haider as the City's population warrants four voting representatives.
The four were approved by Yorkton Council at its regular meeting Monday.
"The Trans Canada Yellowhead Highway Association is a four province, non-profit association which was established in 1947 to promote the development, maintenance and use of the Yellowhead Corridor as vital to Canada’s national transportation and national unity. Their mandate is advocacy for the development, maintenance and enhancement of the Yellowhead Highway, and promotion of its benefits and assets to industry, tourists, governments and communities," explained Hippsley in making the recommendations.
"The City of Yorkton holds a membership in the Trans Canada Yellowhead Highway Association. Councillor Randy Goulden had been appointed as the City of Yorkton’s representative since 2012. Councillor Goulden has indicated that she is willing to continue to serve in this capacity for the 2020-2024 Council term."