Stirling Village Council was elected on October 18th, 2010 and will serve until the term expires in October of 2013. Below you’ll find the current Mayor and Village Council. If you have any questions email them directly or contact the Village office. Mayor’s Message
Mayor Edwards was first elected to Council during a by-election in 2005 and is serving his first term as Mayor. He is a member of the Emergency Management Committee and the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board and is a Council representative for Chief Mountain Solid Waste Authority, Community Futures and The local Mayors Committee. Edwards is local business owner.
Phone: (403) 756-3866
Mike Maynes – Deputy Mayor
Councillor Maynes was elected in a by-election in 2011 and has served three previous terms on Village Council. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and is a Council representative for Oldman River Regional Services Commission and Canadian Badlands Initiative. Maynes is a High School teacher and is involved in many school sports programs.
Councillor Hirsche was elected in 2010 and is serving in her first term in office. She is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and the Emergency Management Committee. She is also a Council representative for the Municipal Library Board, Ridge Water Services Commission, Stirling Historical Society and the Canadian Badlands Initiative. Hirsche is the Logistics Manager for a Toronto-based mineral and resource exploration company.
Councillor Tanner was elected in 2010 and is serving in his first term in office. He is a member of the Municipal Planning Commission and is a Council representative for Chinook Country Tourism, Ridge Water Services Commission and Ridge Country Housing Authority. Tanner is a local business owner and works for the Westwind School Division.
Councillor Bikman was elected in a by-election in 2012 and this is his first term on Village Council. He is a member of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board and is a Council representative for the Recreation Advisory Committee, The Canadian Badlands Initiative and Southgrow Regional Partnership. Bikman is the Vice-President of Operations for a franchise restaurant chain and is President of the Stirling Athletic Society.