Youth Council

We have a new crew for the 2021-2022 term. Picture to come. 

Returning Youth Councillors: Robert Preville, Kieran Bradbury, Andrew VanderHaeghe, Braden Oishi, Daniel Palisoc, Noah Ali, and Dylan Falardeau

New Youth Councillors:  Monica Villasor, Emy Falardeau, Kenzie Johnston, Lilly Teeple, Olivia Hemsley, & Ellie Walter. 

What is it?

The Edson Youth Council will consist of up to 12 youth. They will work closely with the Mayor, two Town Councillors, and have administrative support from a Community Development Coordinator.

The purpose of Youth Council is to provide Youth with a platform to let their voices to be heard and to have a positive impact. It will provide Youth with better opportunities to become connected and meaningfully involved in their community.

What is required of Council members?

Members of Youth Council will be required to attend monthly meetings, represent youth perspectives on issues at these meetings, volunteer at community events, and work with Town Council representatives to address youth needs in the community. Meetings are the first Monday of every month at 5 pm held in Council Chambers at the Town Office. Masks must be worn for the meetings. 

What are the benefits of being on Youth Council?

Benefits include a $500 bursary towards post-secondary education for every year of participation, the opportunity to learn about Local Government and how it affects them, and the opportunity to make an impact in their community while making Edson a better place for Youth. Did we also mention free pizza at meetings?

Who can apply?

Any youth living or attending school in Edson between the ages of 13 and 18.

How do I apply? Applications are now closed! Applications for the next term will open in May 2022. 

Fill out the application form below and have two references fill out reference forms. These can both be filled, saved and emailed to or printed and written copies will also be accepted at the Town Office.  

Application Form

Reference Form