Staci McIntosh has lived in the Yukon for more than 35 years. She raised her family here and spent most of those years in beautiful Crestview (many of them at the hockey rink).
Staci has deep family roots here, with her grandfather helping to build the first Whitehorse General Hospital.
Staci has owned and operated Head to Toe Salon in downtown Whitehorse with her sister, Shari, since 1996. With plenty of hard work, the duo has grown their business from a staff of three to 22 diverse and talented women.
During her career, Staci has had the honour of working with many incredible Yukoners and has volunteered for several different organizations.
She has worked closely with the trades and apprenticeship program over the years and deeply values supporting women in trades and business.
Staci spends her days on the front lines of the business, helping, listening and chatting with Yukoners from all different walks of life.
“I am great at listening and I promise I will listen to you,” she says.
Like many businesses in the territory and across the country, Head to Toe has felt first-hand the effects of COVID-19.
“We are forever grateful for the efforts and financial programs put forth by the Liberal party to keep businesses surviving, while also keeping Yukoners safe,” Staci notes. “Economic recovery, supporting our community’s mental health, and resolving COVID-19 are important goals for all Yukoners.”
Staci looks forward to supporting the people of Porter Creek North and says you can count on her to be a strong voice for the community.
“I am humbled to be running for this riding and proud to bring my expertise as a woman in business to the table. I will continue to move forward with the good work this government has already accomplished. Let’s keep going!”