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Roy Lavallee Social Development Consultant


Roy Lavallee is a member of the Moosomin First Nation and a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan where he had earned a Bachelor of Arts Honours degree in Sociology and it is also where he had met his wife of 3 years, Kailey. Roy is currently employed as the Social Development Consultant with the City of Saskatoon, assisting the City in achieving its goal of providing a high quality of life for all Saskatoon residents through various initiatives such as the Low-Income Leisure Access Program and Social Assistance Grants to Community Groups, as well as sitting on various planning committees such as the Rock Your Roots Walk for Reconciliation and the Wicihitowin: Indigenous Engagement Conference. Roy also serves his community through his work on 4 local Boards; Community-University Institute for Social Research (CUISR), KidSport Saskatoon, Saskatoon Aboriginal Community Action Partnership (SACAP), and the Truly Alive Youth and Family Foundation (TAYFF). When he is not “on the clock”, Roy enjoys spending time cooking for friends and family, playing various sports year-round, and traveling to warm destinations with his wife.