Kyle Budz grew up in the Village of Pelly and graduated from Fort Livingstone School in 2005. Kyle went on to complete his undergraduate degree in Education and Exercise Science from Dickinson State University, graduating in 2010. He also holds a Master's Degree in Sport and Athletic Administration from Gonzaga University. “GO ZAGS”
Kyle has a wide range of professional experiences related to social justice issues, education and athletics. This includes several years of teaching at several of the largest school districts in Washington State, The Boys & Girls Clubs of Spokane County, Yorkton SIGN and his current role as a teacher at Father Megret High School on the Hatchet Lake First Nation located on the shore of Wollaston Lake, SK.
Kyle is very proud to be from rural Saskatchewan and looks forward to having great conversations with those living in the Canora-Pelly constituency in hopes of bringing more insight of rural residents to the Legislative Assembly.
Kyle enjoys painting, walking his dog Hudson and hopes to one day hike all 46 peaks of the Adirondacks in upstate New York.