Councillor Kathryn Morse grew up in Halifax and has lived in District 10 for more than 35 years. She is passionate about fostering community connections, supporting healthy, vibrant neighbourhoods and protecting HRM’s natural assets and public spaces.
Prior to being elected in the 2020 municipal election, Kathryn was a journalist with CBC Halifax for 15 years. She also served as the assistant to the Nova Scotia Ministers of Finance and Health and has worked at Dalhousie University and the Nature Conservancy of Canada.
Kathryn has a Bachelor of Journalism from the University of King’s College and Bachelor of Design in Environmental Planning from NSCAD. Along with serving on Regional Council, Kathryn serves on the Environment and Sustainability Standing Committee and several other committees and boards.
Kathryn, her husband and their teenaged daughter live in Clayton Park with their extended family.
Councillor Morse is a member of the following Boards and Committees:
- Environment & Sustainability Standing Committee
- Halifax and West Community Council
- Halifax Regional Library Board
- Special Events Advisory Committee
- Canada Games Centre Board
- Centennial Arena Board