Cyara Bird lives in Churchill—Keewatinook Aski with her daughters Wya and Wrenley, and husband Gabriel in Little Black River First Nation. Cyara has been in and around the community since 2015 and was a volunteer firefighter before starting a family. Her current occupation is raising her two daughters. Her youngest was welcomed into the world in February 2019. Raised in River Hills, Manitoba, Cyara learned early on that life is full of challenges. She learned the importance of integrity and the value of hard work through the example set by her single mom.
Cyara understands the difficulties facing our communities, having experienced hardship of her own. She credits the adversity she has faced in developing her strength and drive to help others. Cyara understands the role of advocating for our community through the lens of the reality of daily life in northern Manitoba.
Having seen for too long the issues that strain our communities go unresolved and our voices unheard, Cyara is taking a stand and putting her name forward to work towards empowering our community. Cyara wants to provide the people of Churchill—Keewatinook Aski with representation that is accessible and responsive to their constituents.