Councillor Jason Berry

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The citizens of Sturgeon County have a right to expect from its local Municipal Government, one that is conducted with integrity, in a professional manner. Therefore it is imperative that there not be, nor appear to be, any conflict between the private interests of elected officials and appointed board members and their duty to the public.

Council Members must adhere to the Council Code of Conduct.

Councillor Jason Berry

Councillor Jason Berry

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Councillor Jason Berry was elected to Sturgeon County Council on December 13, 2021 following a By-Election. 

Born and raised just outside Redwater, Jason Berry has lived in Casa Vista subdivision in Sturgeon County for the past 15 years. Jason and his wife have been married for 20 years and have a 16-year-old son and an 18-year-old daughter. The Berry family loves living in the area and is grateful for the wonderful neighbours and sense of community.

Rural Crime, supporting local businesses, agriculture and expanding recreation are priorities for Jason. Protecting residents and their property, supporting the continued development of the Alberta Industrial Heartland and driving economic growth is his laser focus.

Jason and his wife feel it is important to volunteer and give back whenever possible. For eight years, Jason was a minor hockey coach and the President of CNN Minor Hockey for two of those years. Jason's proudest moment with CNN was establishing the Food Bank annual fundraiser.

Councillor Berry sits on the following Boards and Committees


  • Calahoo Villeneuve Sand and Gravel Committee

  • Environmental Protection Appeal Board

  • Municipal Planning Commission

  • Inter-Municipal Affairs Committee - St. Albert

  • Inter-Municipal Affairs Committee - Morinville

  • Sturgeon Regional Emergency Advisory Committee (Alternate)


  • Alberta Industrial Heartland Association
  • Northern Lights Library System (alternate)
  • Sturgeon Rural Crime Watch

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