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November 2020

NEW - SK: New cabinet unveiled

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On November 9, Premier Scott Moe announced a number of changes to the provincial cabinet after receiving a renewed majority mandate in Saskatchewan’s 29th general election. The size of cabinet remains unchanged at 18.

New cabinet positions of interest to CPA members:

  • Donna Harpauer will become Saskatchewan’s Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance.
  • David Marit remains Minister of Agriculture and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation.
  • Bronwyn Eyre remains Minister of Energy and Resources.
  • Don Morgan remains Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and Minister Responsible for the Saskatchewan Workers’ Compensation Board. He also becomes Minister of Crown Investments Corporation and becomes Minister responsible for all major crown corporations.
  • Jim Reiter becomes Minister of SaskBuilds and Procurement, Minister Responsible for the Public Service Commission, and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority. Reiter will oversee a new approach to the management of all infrastructure projects and assets, standardized government procurement and IT infrastructure through the creation of the Ministry of SaskBuilds and Procurement, a ministry that will be established from the merged responsibilities of the former Ministry of Central Services and SaskBuilds.
  • Joe Hargrave becomes Minister of Highways and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Water Security Agency.
  • Warren Kaeding becomes Minister of Environment.
  • Don McMorris becomes Minister of Government Relations, Minister Responsible for First Nations, Métis and Northern Affairs, and Minister Responsible for the Provincial Capital Commission.

The CPA will send letters of congratulations to these ministers and follow-up with meeting requests with the ministers who have the most impact on propane policy.

 

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