Councillor Vicky Lefebvre

Councillor Vicky Lefebvre

With deep roots in the community, Councillor Vicky Lefebvre has called the City of Cold Lake home for 29 years.

She was first elected to council in October 2010, and had a successful return to the role in the 2013 and 2017 elections.

Vicky brings with her an extensive background in finance and community involvement. Born in Edmonton, she graduated from Grand Centre High School before beginning her career in banking with the GCCL Credit Union in Grand Centre. She started to work with Scotiabank in Leduc in 1979, where she and received two certificates, Personal Financial Planning (PFP) and Personal Financial Counseling (PFC), and returned to the Cold Lake branch twice. She retired as Branch Manager in 2008.

When she is not at City Hall or attending an event in the community, Vicky spends much of her time volunteering. She has been the treasurer for the Grand Centre Lions Club, Dr. Margaret Savage Crisis Centre, and Community Futures. Vicky also worked several years on the Business of the Year awards for the Chamber of Commerce, was a member of St. Dominic Parish Council, and is on her fifth term with Lakeland Catholic School District.

In her spare time, she enjoys reading and taking courses at Portage College.

Although work and community involvement is important to Vicky, family tops the priority list. After meeting her husband Gilles in high school, they had two daughters and three grandchildren.

Contact Councillor Vicky Lefebvre:
p: 780-573-3136