Todd Goudy was first elected as the MLA for Melfort in a 2018 by-election. He was re-elected in the 2020 provincial election.
Todd was raised in Melfort during the time it transitioned to become Saskatchewan’s twelfth city. Agriculture was a daily focus of his family while growing up.
After graduating from MUCC, Todd lived in Alberta where he learned many life lessons starting up a new business. When communism fell in Albania in 1990, Todd took the opportunity to travel to Albania and stayed for three years helping the Albanian people “by whatever means he could”.
Todd returned to Melfort with his wife Tannis and their six children in 2007. They are all very active in the community and consider themselves blessed to call Melfort home. Since moving back to Melfort, Todd has served as a Pastor in the Baptist Church and has enjoyed the opportunity to serve the town that served him while he was growing up.
Todd has served on the board of education as a Trustee of the North East School Division. More recently, he has been the Chaplain for the RCMP and has been working as part of the Health Advocacy Committee that was responsible for bringing the new Wellness Centre to Melfort.
In government, Todd has served as Provincial Secretary and Legislative Secretary to the Premier. He has also been a member of Treasury Board and the Standing Committee on Human Services.
Todd currently serves Saskatchewan as Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Parks, Culture and Sport, as Francophone Affairs Liaison, and also as a member of the Public Accounts Committee.