MLA Meara Conway, Regina Elphinstone-Centre

Heavenly Father, we lift up MLA Meara Conway to you. Lord, she desires to see justice for those whose voices are often muted or misunderstood. Guide her in the way of your holy justice Lord as she contends for children and youth in social services, adults and families who are in need of housing. Lead her from your wisdom and discernment as Ms Conway works on human rights issues. We ask you to reveal to her the way that she needs to lead and advocate for the people of Saskatchewan and in the city of Regina. Thank you, Lord. Amen.

Meara Conway was elected MLA for Regina Elphinstone-Centre in 2020. She is the opposition critic for Social Services, Housing, Human Rights, and Community-Based Organizations. She is a lawyer, community organizer, and musician with deep roots in Saskatchewan. A public defender with Legal Aid, she was named one of Canadian Lawyer’s 25 Most Influential Lawyers of 2019 for her public interest work. Meara is also a strong advocate for the arts and obtained a Masters of music from McGill, where she won the National Music Competition. Motivated by her belief that all voices should be heard in places of power, she went on to earn a law degree at McGill, where she studied in both official languages. Before returning to Saskatchewan, she worked on human rights issues at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. and in Toronto in the area of constitutional law. She has appeared at all levels of court, including at the Supreme Court of Canada. Meara was born and raised in Regina’s Cathedral neighbourhood, where she now resides with her partner Nick, and their son.