Nathaniel Teed was elected as the MLA for Saskatoon Meewasin in 2022.
Teed is a small business owner and educator. Prior to entering politics, he was an advocate for the local business community in Saskatoon. He also worked to raise awareness about the need for increased education funding, smaller class sizes, and adequate resources for kids in the classroom.
Teed attended the University of Saskatchewan and earned a Bachelor of Education. After working as an educational assistant and teacher, he worked as an arts and culture fundraiser and museum coordinator at Saskatoon’s Remai Modern and advocated for his union colleagues as Remai Modern Shop Steward for CUPE 59.
Teed was born and raised in Saskatoon on Treaty 6 territory. His grandparents, Genevieve (a social worker) and Loren Teed (an educator and artist), were actively involved in the CCF/NDP and were on the front lines of the fight for Medicare. Genevieve worked for Tommy Douglas in his constituency office and was one of the founding members of the Saskatoon Community Clinic. Today, he carries forward their legacy.