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3rd Session, 23rd Legislature

1998-1999

 

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A

 

Abd-Elmessih, Dr. E.  See Health care – Crisis, Regina

 

Aboriginal Employment Development Program  See Indians/First nations

 

Aboriginal Human Services Co-op  See Justice, administration

 

Aboriginals  See Indians/First nations

 

Accessibility  See Disabled and handicapped

 

Accidents  See also Automobile and highway safety

Air craft crash, Rotary Air Force, Kindersley, member's statement

Boyd, 1710

 

Accountants  See Certified General Accountants Amdt. Act (No. 16)

 

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, 23–34, 43–63, 75–97, 108–18, 134–51, 162–81, 285–99

Belanger, 88–96

Boyd, 291–8

Calvert, 288–91

Goohsen, 108–13

Goulet, 96–7

Hamilton, 23–30

Heppner, 144–51, 162–7

Hillson, 48–51

Jess, 86–8

Johnson, 118, 135–6

Julé, 167–9

Kasperski, 180–1, 284–8

Krawetz, 43–8

Langford, 169–71

McLane, 142–4

Murray, 55–8

Murrell, 136–8

Pringle, 58–63, 75–80

Renaud, 113–18

Stanger, 138–42

Tchorzewski, 173–80

Toth, 80–6

Van Mulligen, 299

Wall, 51–5

Ward, 30–4

Whitmore, 171–3

Motion for consideration,  moved by Ms. Hamilton, seconded by Mr. Ward; amdt. (Krawetz, ), 30

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor, M,  (Shillington)

Shillington, 299

 

Adoption Act, 1998 (No. 58)

First reading

Nilson, 1122

Second reading

Nilson, 1608

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Goohsen, 1611

Nilson, 1611

Third reading

Nilson, 1625

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Adoption Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 14) (birth fathers)

First reading

Calvert, 226

Second reading

Calvert, 587–8

Toth, 588–90, 655–6

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Calvert, 855–9

Toth, 855–9

Third reading

Calvert, 859

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Adult basic education  See Regional colleges

 

Afridi, Dr. S. K.  See Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon – Surgery, elective, summer cancellation

 

Agri-Food Equity Fund, 207  See also Agricultural products/Farm products  – Popowich Milling, Yorkton

 

Agri-Food Innovation Fund  See Agricultural products/Farm products – Nutraceutical industry, expansion

 

Agribition

Outstanding Agricultural Ambassador Award, Garry Sibley, vice-principal Bruno School, member's statement

Julé, 68

 

Agricultural biotechnology, 207

Fermentation and Cell Culture Pilot plant, funding, 1695

International conference, Saskatoon, June 9-12, 1998, member's statement

Jess, 1597

POS Pilot Plant, Saskatoon, expansion, member's statement

Koenker, 788–9

 

Agricultural products/Farm products, 2

Canamino oat processing plant, Saskatoon, investment, 1695

Draude, 1235

MacKinnon, 1235

Export markets, competitive advantage  See Animal Products Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 5); On-farm Quality Assurance Programs Act (No. 35)

Nutraceutical industry, expansion, member's statement

Koenker, 2096

Popowich Milling, Yorkton, grand opening, member's statement

Renaud, 764

 

Agricultural research and development, 207

Funding, Crop Development Centre and Plant Sciences Department, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement

Renaud, 1263

Technologies, new, moving from labs to the fields, 207

 

Agriculture, 206  See also Farmers; Grain; Transportation

Agricultural Sciences Month, June, 1998  See Agricultural biotechnology – International conference, Saskatoon, June 9-12, 1998

Agriculture and Food Week, March 15-21, 1998, member's statement

Boyd, 156

Flavel, 155

Langford, 187

Crisis

Federal disaster relief program, emergency summer session, 1966–71

Federal government assistance

Bjornerud, 2097

Bradley, 2097

Government action, 1947

Dry land farming methods, modern, 207

Lloydminster area, member's statement

Stanger, 1448

National seed collection, relocation, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement

Haverstock, 580

Tax strategy, targeted, 207

 

Agriculture and Food Department  See also Elk farming – Regulations

Estimates (1998-99), 459, 624–38, 1677–92

Aldridge, 1677–82

Bjornerud, 636–8

Boyd, 624–34, 1682–92

Julé, 634–6

Upshall, 624–38, 1677–92

Estimates, supplementary  (1997-98), 1692

Minister  See Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities – Convention

 

Air transportation  See Accidents

 

Alameda dam  See Livestock industry

 

Alberta

Liberal Party, leader, Nancy MacBeth, congratulations, member's statement

Osika, 664

 

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 1998, (No. 2) (No. 61)

First reading

Nilson, 1074

Second reading

Nilson, 1607–8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Goohsen, 1610

Nilson, 1610–11

Third reading

Nilson, 1625

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 13) (Fines)

First reading

Sonntag, 226

Second reading

Bjornerud, 591–3

D'Autremont, 569–70

Heppner, 721–2

Sonntag, 568–9

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Draude, 909–13

Krawetz, 909

Osika, 913–14

Sonntag, 909–14

Third reading

Sonntag, 914

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Alcrow, Jake  See Ambulance service – Northern Saskatchewan

 

Alternative energy, 1771–2  See also Electricity – Co-generation; Wind power

 

Ambulance service  See also Plains Health Centre, Regina – Closure

Fees (L. Nicol)

Bjornerud, 496–7

Serby, 496–7

Northern Saskatchewan

Belanger, 268–9, 527–8

Serby, 268–9, 528

 

Anderson, Dean  See Saskatchewan Power Corporation – Infrastructure, maintenance, Northern Saskatchewan

 

Animal Products Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 5), 2

First reading

Upshall, 107

Second reading

Boyd, 619

D'Autremont, 538

Sonntag, 537–8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Boyd, 880–1

Upshall, 880–1

Third reading

Upshall, 888

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Animals  See Stray Animals Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 8)

 

Anniversaries

Citizens Advisory Council on Anniversaries, formation, ministerial statement (Shillington)

Krawetz, 1441–2

Osika, 1442

Shillington, 1441

 

Anton, Perry  See Water – Groundwater contamination, cattle operation

 

Applied science  See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

 

Apprenticeship programs  See Training programs

 

Appropriation Act (No. 1) (No. 21)

First reading

Cline, 489

Second reading

Cline, 489

Third reading

Cline, 489

Royal Assent, 501

 

Appropriation Act (No. 2) (No. 34)

First reading

Cline, 808

Second reading

Cline, 808

Third reading

Cline, 808

Royal Assent, 827

 

Appropriation Act (No. 3) (No. 64)

First reading

Cline, 1971

Second reading

Cline, 1972

Third reading

Cline, 1972

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Armed forces

Cadet Honour Band of the Prairie Region, member's statement

Osika, 11–12

Whitmore, 410

National Cadet Biathlon, champions, congratulations, member's statement

Draude, 249

No. 40 Snowbird Squadron Royal Canadian Air Cadets, annual ceremonial review, commanding officer, Scott, Myers, member's statement

Lorje, 1521

William G. Kindrachuk Air Cadets, Squadron 888, Wakaw, honour band, congratulations, member's statement

Toth, 581

 

Arran, Sask.  See Forest industry – Pasquia/Porcupine Integrated Forest Land Use Plan

 

Art/Artists, 1

Aboriginal artists, Toon Town Animation Production Studio, Saskatoon projects, employment, member's statement

Whitmore, 611

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, member's statement

Crofford, 1174

St. Walburg, Count Bertold Von Imhoff, legacy, commemoration, and Susan Welder, Citizen of the Year Award, member's statement

Sonntag, 1460

 

Art galleries  See also Disabled and handicapped – Accessibility, Human Rights Commission ruling, Collections Fine Art Gallery; Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, Regina

Donations, sales taxes payment, suspension, 1736–7

 

Arts Board Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 1)

First reading

Teichrob, 74

Second reading

Bjornerud, 675–6

Crofford, 564

D'Autremont, 564

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 778–80

Teichrob, 778–9

Third reading

Teichrob, 780

Royal Assent, 827

 

Asphalt industry

Highways, upgrading, use, 1768

 

Assiniboia, Sask.  See Health care – Capital projects, South Country Health District

 

Assiniboine River  See Water – Management

 

Astronauts  See Space flight

 

Athabasca

Lake and sand dunes, canoe trip, member's statement

Hillson, 2062–3

 

Atkinson, Dr. John W.  See Hospitals – Beds, Atkinson, report, recommendation

 

Atlases

Saskatchewan, collaboration, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement

Whitmore, 250–1

 

Auctions

Neil Kramer Auction Sales, the Big Bid Barn, expansion, member's statement

Jess, 186

 

Autistic children  See Education

 

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 45), 2

First reading

Lingenfelter, 953

Second reading

D'Autremont, 1045–6

Draude, 1243

Lingenfelter, 1044–5

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Draude, 1582–3

Lingenfelter, 1582–3

Third reading

Shillington, 1590

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Automobile and highway safety  See also Highways and roads – Safety concerns; Trucking industry – Longer vehicles, policy

Accidents  See also Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 45); Highways and roads – Rural maintenance, funding

Highways and Transportation Department vehicle collision, victim, health care costs

Calvert, 381–2

McLane, 381–2

Serby, 381–2

Northern Saskatchewan, Jaws of Life, funding

Belanger, 1600

Serby, 1600

Child restraints, correct use program, One Safe Trip Deserves Another, member's statement

Ward, 981

Photo radar, member's statement

Osika, 276–7

 

Automobiles  See Motor vehicles

 

Awards  See Honours and awards

 

CINDEX Index B

 

Babcock and Wilcox  See Manufacturing and processing industry

 

Bachynski, Dr. Borden  See Health care reform – Review; Plains Health Centre, Regina – Closure

 

Balanced Budget Act, 1998 (No. 204)

First reading

Gantefoer, 1442

 

Balcarres, Sask.  See Highways and roads; Small business

 

Balzan, Dr. Mark  See Hospital waiting lists – Surgery, kidney transplant (Jill Miner)

 

Bankruptcies, 810  See also Student loans

 

Banks, Dr. Malcolm  See Hospital waiting-lists – Surgery, cataract, regional hospitals

 

Banks and financial institutions  See also Credit unions

Mergers, Task Force on the Future of the Canadian Financial Services Sector (MacKay), submission on behalf of agricultural producers, 1681

 

Basin Electric, North Dakota  See Electricity – Supply, adequacy

 

CINDEX Index

Bazylewski, Susan  See Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon – Surgery, elective, summer cancellation

 

Beardy's First Nation  See Provincial Court of Saskatchewan

 

Bed and breakfasts

Leeson house, Unity, member's statement

Murrell, 251

 

Beef  industry  See also Cattle Marketing Deductions Act, 1998 (No. 6)

Marketing, deductions, 635

 

Bellegarde, Dan  See Sexual assault/offences  – Charges

 

Bellegarde, Perry  See Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations – Chief, election

 

Bellegarde, Rami  See Justice, administration – Bail, violent offences

 

Bengough, Sask.  See Health care – Centres

 

Benson, Tammy  See Education – Hearing impaired students

 

Bessey, Ron  See Highways and roads –  Highway No. 44, west of Davidson, vehicle damage, compensation

 

Betaseron  See Drugs and pharmaceuticals – Multiple sclerosis

 

Beverage containers

Cardboard  See SARCAN  (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) – Recycling programs, expansion

 

Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster

Employment development, 1771

Sale  See also Government expenditures – Debt, reduction, sale of assets

Negotiations, Energy and Mines Department, role, 1773

Taxes, remission, 1773

 

Big game  See also Game farming

Damage compensation program, shelter belts and ornamental trees, coverage, 1750

 

Big Game Hunt Farming Regulation Ministerial Responsibility Act (No. 751)

First reading

Aldridge, 1386

 

Big Sisters Association of Saskatoon  See Community-based organizations

 

Biggar, Sask.  See Royal Canadian Mounted Police; Schools – Construction and renovation projects

 

Bills,  private see titles of particular bills (Royal Assent denoted by*)

No. 301. Conference of Mennonites of Saskatchewan Act. Koenker.

No. 302. Fondation Fransaskoise Act. Kasperski.

 

Bills,  public see titles of particular Bills (Royal Assent denoted by *)

*No. 1. Arts Board Amdt. Act, 1998. Teichrob.

*No. 2. Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 3. Public Utilities Easements Amdt.  Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 4. Saskatchewan Evidence Amdt. Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 5. Animal Products Amdt. Act, 1998. Upshall.

*No. 6. Cattle Marketing Deductions Act, 1998. Upshall.

*No. 7. Pastures Act. Upshall.

*No. 8. Stray Animals Amdt Act, 1998. Upshall.

*No. 9. Parks Amdt. Act, 1998. Scott.

*No. 10. Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation Amdt. Act, 1998. MacKinnon.

*No. 11. Trustee Amdt. Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 12. University of Saskatchewan Foundation Repeal Act. MacKinnon.

*No. 13. Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 1998. Sonntag.

*No. 14. Adoption Amdt. Act. Calvert.

*No. 15. Gas Inspection Amdt. Act, 1998. MacKinnon.

*No. 16. Certified General Accountants Amdt. Act, 1998. Cline.

*No. 17. Certified Management Consultants Act. Cline.

*No. 18. Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 1998. Serby.

*No. 19. Physical Therapists Act, 1998. Serby.

*No. 20. Election Amdt. Act, 1998. MacKinnon.

*No. 21. Appropriation Act, 1998 (No. 1). Cline.

*No. 22. Electronic Filing of Information Act. Nilson.

*No. 23. Statute Law Amdt.  Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 24. Wascana Centre Amdt. Act, 1998. Crofford.

*No. 25. Pipelines Act, 1998. Mitchell.

*No. 26. Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act, 1998. MacKinnon.

*No. 27. Public Service Act, 1998. Calvert.

*No. 28. Meewasin Valley Authority Amdt. Act, 1998. Mitchell.

*No. 29. Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 1998. Mitchell.

*No. 30. Tobacco Tax Act, 1998. Cline.

*No. 31. Enforcement of Judgments Conventions Act. Shillington.

*No. 32. Wildlife Amdt. Act, 1998. Scott.

*No. 33. Provincial Court Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 34. Appropriation Act, 1998 (No. 2). Cline.

*No. 35. On-farm Quality Assurance Programs Act. Upshall.

*No. 36. Vital Statistics Amdt. Act, 1998. MacKinnon.

*No. 37. Noxious Weeds Amdt. Act, 1998. Upshall.

*No. 38. Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1998. Lingenfelter.

*No. 39. Vehicle Administration Act, 1998. Lingenfelter.

*No. 40. SaskTel Pension Implementation Act. Lingenfelter.

*No. 41. Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 1998. Atkinson.

*No. 42. Teachers' Life Insurance (Government Contributory) Amdt. Act, 1998. Atkinson.

*No. 43. Queen's Bench Revision Act. Nilson.

*No. 44. Municipal Employee's Pension Amdt. Act, 1998. Cline.

*No. 45. Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998. Lingenfelter.

*No. 46. Credit Union Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 47. Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 48. Income Tax Amdt. Act, 1998. Cline.

*No. 49. Saskatchewan Assistance Amdt. Act, 1998. Calvert.

*No. 50. Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 1998. Teichrob.

*No. 51. Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 1998. Teichrob.

*No. 52. Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 1998. Teichrob.

*No. 53. Teacher's Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 1998. Shillington.

*No. 54. Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998. Lingenfelter.

*No. 55. Power Corporation  Amdt. Act, 1998. Lingenfelter.

*No. 56. Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 1998. Teichrob.

*No. 57. Education Amdt. Act, 1998. Atkinson.

*No. 58. Adoption Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 59. Jury Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 60. Wildlife Act, 1998. Nilson.

*No. 61. Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 2). Nilson.

*No. 62. Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 2). Nilson.

*No. 63. Film Employment Tax Credit Act. Teichrob.

*No. 64. Appropriation Act, 1998 (No. 3). Cline.

*No. 65. The Maintenance of Saskatchewan Power Corporation's Operations Act, 1998. Nilson.

No. 201. Crown Corporations Disclosure Act, 1998. Gantefoer.

No. 202. Crown Corporations Amdt.  Act, 1998 (Foreign Investment Prohibitions). Gantefoer.

No. 203. Government Accountability Act. Gantefoer.

No. 204. Balanced Budget Act, 1998. Gantefoer.

No. 205. Crown Corporations Rate Review Act, 1998. Gantefoer.

No. 206. Community Associations Residential Telephone Rate Designation Act. Julé.

No. 207. Crown Construction Tendering Agreement Revocation Act. Boyd.

No. 208. Legislative Assembly Public Presentations Act. Haverstock.

No. 209. Public Inquiries Amdt. Act, 1998 (Health Care System Review). Toth.

No. 210. Saskatchewan Health Ombudsman Act. Toth.

No. 211. Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1998 (Block Funding). Toth.

No. 212. Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1998 (Fully Elected Health Boards). Toth.

No. 213. Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 1998. Julé, .

No. 214. Recall of Members Act, 1998. Krawetz.

No. 215. Saskatchewan Property Rights Act. D'Autremont.

No. 216. Wildlife Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 2). D'Autremont.

No. 217. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (Sessional Dates). Haverstock.

No. 218. Saskatchewan Right to Work Act. Boyd.

No. 219. Democratic Unionism Act. Boyd.

No. 220. Trade Union Amdt. Act (Repealing Successor Rights). Boyd.

No. 221. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (Duration of Assembly). Haverstock.

No. 222. Public Inquiries Amdt. Act, 1998 (Justice System Review). Heppner.

No. 225. Saskatchewan Regulatory Reform Act. Draude.

No. 226. Referendum and Plebiscite Amdt. Act, 1998 (Constitutional  Referendums). Heppner.

No. 227. The Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (FREE VOTES). Krawetz.

No. 228. Doctor-Patient Confidentiality Act. McLane.

No. 230. Plains Health Centre Preservation Act, ("Save the Plains"). Aldridge.

No. 233. Surface Rights Acquisition and Compensation Amdt. Act, 1998. Goohsen.

No. 234. Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 1998 (Indexed Minimum Wage Rate). Goohsen.

No. 235-299. Channel Lake Indemnification Act.

No. 400-439. Channel Lake Indemnification Act.

No. 463-467. Channel Lake Indemnification Act.

No. 473-476. Channel Lake Indemnification Act.

No. 741. Tory Bell Ringing Expenses Indemnification Act (Who's Tory Now at $28,000 per day?). Aldridge.

No. 742. Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act. Julé.

No. 743. Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998 (Capital Market Activities Restrictions). Hillson.

No. 744. Hepatitis C Compensation Commission Act. McLane.

No. 745. Tommy Douglas Memorial Hospital Act. Aldridge.

No. 746. Child Protection Act. Osika.

No. 747. Naming of Northern Municipal Airports Act. Belanger.

No. 748. NORTHERN Act. Belanger.

No. 751. Big Game Hunt Farming Regulation Ministerial Responsibility Act. Aldridge.

No. 752. Highway Fatality Marker Act. McLane.

No. 755. Crown Corporation Managers Salary Act. Boyd.

 

Bintner, Margaret  See Hospitals – Beds, shortages, surgery patients, early discharge

 

Biotechnology  See Agricultural biotechnology; Research and development – Income tax credit; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

 

Birch Hills, Sask.  See Rail transportation/Railways – Lines, abandonment

 

Births  See Vital Statistics Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 36)

 

Bladworth, Sask.  See Highways and roads – Highway No. 44, west of Davidson, vehicle damage, compensation

 

Blakeney, Hon. Allan  See Premier – Former

 

Blood  See Health care

 

Boan, Dr. Jack  See Health care – Emmett Hall Memorial Foundation, establishment

 

Board of Internal Economy

Membership

Speaker, 2139

 

Boards of directors  See Crown corporations

 

Bod, Brenda  See Highways and roads – Deterioration, Highway No. 47, driver injury

 

Bodnar, Morris  See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale – Public inquiry

 

Bonnell, Fern  See Highways and roads – Highway No. 13, Admiral, deterioration, vehicle damage, claim

 

Books

Canada Book Day, April 23, 1998, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 734

Goods and services tax, removal, Canadian Booksellers Association, president's briefs, member's statement

Gantefoer, 1418

 

Boundaries Commission  See Education Department

 

Brace, Kent  See Drugs and pharmaceuticals – Multiple sclerosis – Betaseron and Copaxone

 

Brain Awareness Week  See Health care

 

Brears, Trent  See Culinary arts

 

British Columbia

Federal by-election, successful Liberal candidate, congratulations, member's statement

Osika, 410

 

Broadview School Division  See Education – Four-day school week, Scenic Valley, pilot project, assessment

 

Brodart  See High schools – Yorkton Regional High School, E & C Quine Resource Centre

 

Bronson Lake  See Recreational areas

 

Bryant, Carole  See Saskatchewan Power Corporation – Diversity coordinator, dismissal

 

Budget

Balanced, 206, 211, 1735  See also Balanced Budget Act, 1998 (No. 204)

Comparison, United Kingdom vs. Saskatchewan, member's statement

Stanger, 734

Contingency plan, 1734–5

Debate, government members' courtesy during, member's statement

D'Autremont, 199

Deficit, accumulated, forecast for government as a whole, 1908

Forecasts, revision, resource prices reduction, 1735

Studies, Saskatchewan Party, member's statement

Osika, 200–1

 

Budget (March 19, 1998), 205–12

Debate, 212–16, 310–26, 336–44, 354–74, 383–405, 415–37, 447–59

Atkinson, 359–61

Bjornerud, 450–6

Boyd, 417–26

Bradley, 340–4, 354–9

Cline, 456–9

D'Autremont, 365–74

Gantefoer, 212–15, 310–15

Haverstock, 386–9

Hillson, 215–16, 426–9

Julé, 397–400

Koenker, 447–50

Mitchell, 383–6

Murray, 415–17

Osika, 361–5

Renaud, 429–33

Scott, 324–6, 336–40

Toth, 433–7

Upshall, 389–97

Van Mulligen, 315–24

Wall, 400–5

M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance

Cline, 310

M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance; amdt. (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 315

 

Buffalo Narrows, Sask.  See Citizens

 

Building code  See Rural municipalities – National Building Code

 

Burstall, Sask.  See Natural gas – Plants, expansion

 

Bus transportation  See Disabled and handicapped persons – Wheelchair buses; Schools; Students

 

Business  See also Economic and Co-operative Development Department – Investment Programs Branch, mandate, vs. Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, mandate; Regional colleges – Adult basic education, partners; Small business; Transportation – Challenges and innovation

Business Ambassadors program, member's statement

Kasperski, 347

Business education conference, Manitou Beach, April 29-May 1, 1998  See Carlton Trail College, Humboldt – Twenty-fifth anniversary celebration

Climate for investment and growth, creation, 206–7

Counselling  See Regional economic development authorities

Investment programs, funding, 811

Licensing requirements, streamlining, while continuing to safeguard environment, 207

New, opportunities creation, 206

Northern Saskatchewan Business Opportunity Forum, second annual, La Ronge, member's statement

Langford, 494

Registration pilot project, one-stop, 207

Samuel McLeod Awards Banquet, Prince Albert, outstanding businesses, recognition, member's statement

Lautermilch, 705

Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence, 1998, awards, member's statement

Koenker, 1174–5

Youth business excellence awards, North Battleford, winners, Spiritwood High School students, member's statement

Johnson, 1202–3

 

By-elections  See also British Columbia; Political parties – Contributions, tax credits

Saskatoon Eastview constituency, Liberal Party, candidate, member's statement

D'Autremont, 1378–9

Hillson, 1379

Saskatoon Eastview constituency, New Democratic Party candidate, Judy Junor

Health care issues, member's statement

Toth, 1035

Saskatchewan Federation of Labour, support, member's statement

Boyd, 1447–8

Saskatoon Eastview constituency, New Democratic Party candidate, Judy Junor, member's statement

Hillson, 1084

Saskatoon Eastview Constituency, Saskatchewan Party candidate, Francis Kreiser, member's statement

Bjornerud, 764

 

C

 

Cabinet- See Executive Council

 

Cabinet ministers

Resignation, requests, 1946-7

 

CAIP- See Canada/Saskatchewan Agri-Infrastructure Program

 

Calder Centre, Saskatoon- See Drug abuse/substance abuse - Youth addiction services, provision

 

Cameco Corporation

Kyrgyzstan, sodium cyanide spill, environmental damage

Hillson, 1324

Scott, 1324

Shares, sale- See Government expenditures - Debt, reduction, sale of assets

 

Campbell Collegiate- See Education - Partnership in education program

 

Camsell Portage, Sask.- See Health care - Services, Uranium City

 

Can-Oat Milling, Martensville- See Agricultural products/Farm products; Food processing industry

 

Canada Life- See Crown Life Insurance Company - Sale

 

Canada/Saskatchewan Agri-Infrastructure Program- See Highways and roads

 

Canada Transportation Act

Amendments- See also Rail transportation/Railways - Short-line development, successor rights, elimination

Federal government, urging, M. (Renaud)

Boyd, 1093-5

Kowalsky, 1098-9

Langford, 1093

McLane, 1096-7

Murrell, 1095-6

Renaud, 1090-3

Stanger, 1097-8

Whitmore, 1095

Transmission, M. (Kowalsky)

Kowalsky, 1100

Federal government, urging, M. (Renaud); questions and comments

McLane, 1099-100

Renaud, 1099

Stanger, 1099-100

Federal government, urging, member's statement

Renaud, 1083

 

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Weather man, Howard Thornton, departure, member's statement

Murray, 303-4

 

Canadian Foodgrains Bank

Cotswold Growing Project, Gary and Marj Beaumont, Evesham, donation, member's statement

Murrell, 330

Donation, Elrose, member's statement

Wiens, 1420

 

Canadian Foundation for Innovation- See High technology - Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon

 

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon- See High technology

 

Canadian National Railway- See Grain transportation - Canadian Wheat Board, complaint

 

Canadian Occidental Petroleum- See Research and development - Funding

 

Canadian Pacific Railway Company- See Grain transportation - Canadian Wheat Board, complaint

 

Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission- See Saskatchewan Telecommunications; Telephones - Rural communities, subsidization

 

Canadian Transportation Agency- See Grain transportation - Canadian Wheat Board,- complaint

 

Canadian Union of Public Employees- See Health care - Workers, walkout; Women

 

Canadian unity- See National unity

 

Canadian Wheat Board- See Grain transportation

 

Canadian Wheat Board Act (C-4)

Changes, proposed, ministerial statement (Upshall)

Aldridge, 226

Boyd, 225-6

Upshall, 225

 

CanAmera Foods- See Economic development - Good news headlines, weekly newspapers

 

Canamino oat processing plant, Saskatoon- See Agricultural products/Farm products

 

Cancer- See also Hospital waiting-lists - Oncology

Bone scan, Paulette Lochbaum

McLane, 224-5

Serby, 224-5

Bone scan, Paulette Lochbaum, member's statement

McLane, 263

Breast cancer, province-wide screening, 209

Breast Cancer Month, October 1998, member's statement

Hamilton, 2094-5

Canadian Cancer Society, jail and bail fund-raiser, Humboldt, member's statement

Julé, 1010

Cancer Month, April, 1998, member's statement

Koenker, 463

 

CanOxy- See Canadian Occidental Petroleum

 

Carbon dioxide- See also Oil industry - Enhanced oil recovery project, Midale

 

Carievale, Sask.- See Hospital waiting-lists - Surgery, cystoscopy

 

Carlton Trail Regional College, Humboldt- See also Schools - Construction - Joint educational facility, Humboldt Collegiate Institute

Twenty-fifth anniversary celebration, member's statement

Julé, 672*

 

Carlyle, Sask.- See Land - Sale, environmental clean-up, leaking fuel tank spill

 

Casinos

Associated entities fund- See Music - Inner City Harmony CD project

Revenue- See- also Community-based organizations- Big Sisters Association of Saskatoon, family violence programs

First Nations Fund, audit, Provincial Auditor

Draude, 1265

Teichrob, 1265

 

Cattle Marketing Deductions Act, 1998 (No. 6)

First reading

Upshall, 108

Second reading

Boyd, 617-18

D'Autremont, 539

Sonntag, 539

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Boyd, 881-3

Upshall, 881-3

Third reading

Upshall, 888

Royal Assent, 1090

 

CBC- See Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

 

CEAPRO Inc.- See Agricultural products/Farm products - Canamino oat processing plant, Saskatoon, investment

 

Cellular phones- See Telephones

 

Centennial Auditorium, Saskatoon

Funding, 781-2

 

Central Butte, Sask.- See Schools - Construction and renovation projects; Schools - Upgrading and renovation

 

Central Plains Health District- See also Regina Health District; Special care homes - Humboldt, level 4 admissions, cancellations

Administration, salaries, increase, 1343

Funding, 1343

Nurses, additional, allocation, 1300

 

Certified General Accountants Amdt. Act (No. 16)

First reading

Cline, 226

Second reading

Cline, 562

Toth, 562-3

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 938-9

Gantefoer, 938-9

Third reading

Cline, 944

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Certified Management Consultants Act (No. 17)

First reading

Cline, 226

Second reading

Cline, 563

D'Autremont, 563

Draude, 777-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 935-8

Gantefoer, 935-8

Third reading

Cline, 944

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Channel Lake

Pollution, member's statement

Hillson, 200

 

Channel Lake Indemnification Act (No. 235-299, 400-439, 463-467, 473-476)

First reading, 192-5, 227-9, 240-6, 255-9, 269-72, 1425-8, 1442-4, 1454-6

 

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd.

Natural gas, trading activities- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Minister responsible

 

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale- See also Crown Investments Corporation - Minister responsible; Public Accounts Committee; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Ministers responsible, dismissal; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President - Resignation; SaskEnergy Incorporated - Board of directors, resignation (O. Mitchell)

Hillson, 42-3

Lingenfelter, 42-3

Accountability/responsibility, 1885-7, 1889-94, 1896- See also Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Cabinet responsibility; Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan, minister responsible, responsibility

Asset sale studies and other documents, release

Gantefoer, 12

Lingenfelter, 12-13

Cabinet responsibility

Boyd, 379

Lingenfelter, 379-80

Consultants (R. Gross)

Boyd, 251

Lingenfelter, 251

Contract, signatures, release

Gantefoer, 39, 70, 157

Lingenfelter, 39, 70, 157

Criminal investigation

Boyd, 1147-8

Gantefoer, 39-40

Lingenfelter, 39-40, 1147-8

Crown Investments Corporation of- Saskatchewan, minister responsible

Knowledge

Boyd, 614-15

Lingenfelter, 614-15

Responsibility

Gantefoer, 821-2

Romanow, 822

Ernst & Young reports

Hillson, 160, 190-1

Lingenfelter, 160-1, 191

Establishment, Dynex assets, purchase, court case

Hillson, 709

Lingenfelter, 709-10

Final agreement

Changes, significance

Hillson, 738

Lingenfelter, 738-9

Contract, fraud investigation

Boyd, 673*-674*

Gantefoer, 708

Lingenfelter, 673*-674*, 708

Legal action, 1895

Legal counsel, outside, Hurst of Milner Fenerty, duties, failure to discharge/professional negligence, member's statement

Hillson, 1320

Legal counsel, outside, Milner Fenerty, negligence

Lingenfelter, 333

Osika, 333

Legal opinions

Boyd, 188-9, 191-2

Gantefoer, 157-8

Lingenfelter, 158

Romanow, 189, 191-2

Justice Department

Heppner, 252-3

Lingenfelter, 252-3

Olive Waller Zinkhan & Waller

Boyd, 222

Cline, 222

Lessons for the future, 1903-5

March 31, 1997, significance

Hillson, 1089

Lingenfelter, 1089

Minister responsible, briefing

Hillson, 382

Lingenfelter, 382

Natural gas, trading activities/arbitrage, authorization

Gantefoer, 674*

Lingenfelter, 674*

Negotiator

Dismissal, Saskatchewan Power Corporation, minister, informing

Hillson, 413-14

Lingenfelter, 413-14

Dismissal 1996, Premier's intervention

Hillson, 528-9

Romanow, 528-9

Premier, concern, expressing

Hillson, 616

Romanow, 616

Premier, knowledge, 1883

Boyd, 525-6

Lingenfelter, 525-6

Problems, prevention, 1905

Profit, announcement, correction

Hillson, 1089

Lingenfelter, 1089

Public inquiry, 1878, 1880-1, 1894-5- See also Crown Corporations - Ministers, responsibility, legislation; Crown Corporations Committee - Special meeting, March 31, 1998; Public Accounts Committee

Boyd, 159, 188-9, 191-2, 235-6, 251-2, 494-6

D'Autremont, 104, 128-9

Gantefoer, 187

Hillson, 253-4

Krawetz, 330-1

Lingenfelter, 104-5, 128-9, 235-6, 251-2, 254, 330-1, 495-6

Romanow, 159, 187, 189, 191-2, 254

Filibuster

Cost, member's statement

Aldridge, 1435

Filibuster, member's statement

Boyd, 200

Saskatchewan Party actions, member's statement

Aldridge, 264

Public inquiry, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 108

Public inquiry, member's statement

Julé, 277

Public inquiry, petitions, 154, 184, 198, 218, 248, 262, 274, 328, 346, 376, 408, 439, 462, 491, 522, 552, 578, 610, 640, 662, 788, 839, 870, 1007, 1034, 1200, 1260, 1290, 1318, 1376, 1570, 1660, 1708, 1789, 1868, 1950, 1982

Bjornerud, 123, 153, 183, 231, 247, 273, 301, 327, 345, 375, 439, 461, 491, 521, 551, 577, 609, 639, 761, 1007, 1229, 1259, 1317, 1867

Boyd, 183, 231, 273, 301, 345, 375, 407, 439, 461, 491, 551, 609, 639, 1375, 1517

D'Autremont, 123, 153, 183, 231, 247, 261, 273, 301, 327, 345, 375, 407, 439, 461, 491, 551, 669*, 1259, 1317, 1517, 1593

Draude, 123, 153, 183, 231, 247, 261, 273, 301, 327, 345, 439, 461, 491, 521, 551, 577, 609, 639, 761, 817, 839, 1007, 1229, 1867

Gantefoer, 123, 183, 261, 273, 301, 327, 345, 375, 407, 439, 461, 491, 521, 551, 577, 609, 639, 1007, 1229

Heppner, 183, 231, 247, 261, 273, 301, 327, 345, 375, 439, 461, 491, 521, 551, 577, 609, 639, 761, 1171, 1229, 1259, 1659, 1707, 1787, 1949

Krawetz, 153, 183, 231, 247, 261, 273, 301, 327, 345, 375, 407, 521, 551, 577, 639, 1289

Toth, 153, 231, 247, 273, 301, 327, 345, 375, 407, 439, 491, 669*, 1259, 1867

RCMP investigation

Gantefoer, 982

Lingenfelter, 982

 

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, ministerial statement (Lingenfelter)

Gantefoer, 19-20

Goohsen, 21-2

Hillson, 20-1

Lingenfelter, 16-19

 

Charest, Jean -See National unity - Public consultation, Quebec, response

 

Charles, Sandy- See Correctional centres - Forensic unit, North Battleford

 

Chartier, Clem- See Hunters/Hunting - Metis rights

 

Chief Electoral Officer- See Electoral Office

 

Child and Youth Secretariat

Establishment, proposal, 1698

 

Child benefit- See Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit

 

Child care- See also Family - Low income

Child Care Week, May 10-17, 1998, member's statement

Draude, 1068

Subsidized spaces, rural communities, 866-7

 

Child custody, 1547-8- See also Child Protection Act (No. 746)

And access, study, Justice Department, member's statement

Draude, 1291

 

Child poverty, 210

Action plan for children, 210-11- See also below Reduction, government initiatives

National child benefit, 210- See also Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit

Welfare Rights Centre, Regina, concerns

Calvert, 707-8

Toth, 707-8

Reduction, government initiatives, M. (Murray); amdt. (Draude)

Draude, 689-91

Hamilton, 691-4

Murray, 685*-686*

Stanger, 686*-689*

Toth, 695-6

Wall, 694-5

 

Child Protection Act (No. 746)

Calvert, 1177

Osika, 1177

First reading

Osika, 1180

 

Child sexual abuse

Awareness raising and fund-raising efforts, Sheldon Kennedy's cross-Canada in-line skate

Krawetz, 1599

MacKinnon, 1599

Support and Sheldon Kennedy Day in Saskatchewan, August 21, 1998, proclamation, M. (Krawetz)

Hillson, 1603

Julé, 1604

Krawetz, 1602-3

MacKinnon, 1604

 

Child support- See Enforcement of Judgments Conventions Act (No. 31)

 

Children, 209- See also Family - Health benefits; Prostitution; Women - Shelters

Child Find Saskatchewan, Green Ribbon of Hope campaign, member's statement

Toth, 897

Chili for Children, fifth annual fund-raiser, member's statement

Lingenfelter, 1037

Crime, prevention programs, funding, 1167

Crime, prevention programs, funding, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Heppner, 1150-7

Nilson, 1150

Deaths

Karen Quill, Children's Advocate Office, independent inquiry

Calvert, 669

Julé, 669

Reporting and prevention

Calvert, 1016

Julé, 1015-16

Disabled, parental support in caring for children at home, 210

Health services, specialty, specialized teams to support and transport to any location in Saskatchewan, 209

Hunger- See above Chili for Children, fifth annual fund-raiser

Learning to read and write, extra help, more children receiving, 210

Lost, two-year-old Tyren Bennett, community effort, member's statement

Bjornerud, 1201

National Missing Children's Day, May 25, 1998, member's statement

Murray, 1320

Nutrition education programs, Midwest Food Resource Project Incorporated, funding, member's statement

Murrell, 1292

Protection- See also Child Protection Act (No. 746)

Gemma House, investigation

Calvert, 281-2

Julé, 281-2

Walchuk case, Melville, 1547- See also Child Protection Act (No. 746)

Calvert, 1072-3

Osika, 1072-3

Maternal grandparents, custody, petitions, 1114, 1518, 1660, 1789

Osika, 1082, 1376, 1457-8, 1593, 1707-8

Safety- See Automobile and highway safety

Saskatchewan Child Benefit, 2, 211, 862-5, 867-8, 1539- See also Social Services Department - Computer program; Students - Single parents

School and community-based programs, hot meals and snacks to improve health and learning, 210

School supplies, more children, receiving, 210

Special needs, school and community programs, extra resources, provision, 210

 

Children's Advocate- See also Child custody; Children - Deaths, Karen Quill; Children - Protection, Walchuk case, Melville

Estimates (1998-99), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 925

 

Chiropractic services

Injury, death, review, 1861

 

Christensen, Ken- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Legal opinions

 

Churchill River- See Wilderness areas - Preservation, Megan forest

 

Cigarettes- See Tobacco Tax Act, 1998 (No. 30)

 

Circle Project, Regina- See Family - Violence, victims, aboriginal community, funding

 

Citizens- See also Government departments

1997 Citizens of the year, Larry Bjerland, Rose Valley, Bill and Shirley Chyz, Watson, member's statement

Draude, 67

Battleford and Districts Citizen and Junior Citizen of the Year, 30th Annual banquet, member's statement

Jess, 37

Buffalo Narrows, Shatilla family, recognition, member's statement

Belanger, 1320

Condolences, Dr. Orville Hjertaas, Prince Albert, member's statement

Krawetz, 1378

Romanow, 1377

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, Citizen of the Year, Donald Deranger, member's statement

Belanger, 1084

Humboldt, Andrea Sylvester, death in car accident, sympathy, member's statement

Julé, 1521

Ile-a-la Crosse, Willie and Therese McCallum, 50th wedding anniversary, member's statement

Belanger, 1576

Lakeland Citizen of the Year, Bob and Gwen Hutchinson, member's statement

Langford, 277

Mitchell, Fred, death, tribute and condolences, member's statement

Krawetz, 1984

Osika, 1984

Upshall, 1983-4

100th birthday celebration, Jennie Bell Gibson, Melfort, member's statement

Gantefoer, 733

 

Citizenship

Canadian citizenship, celebration

Radisson School, member's statement

Jess, 525

Robert Melrose Elementary School, Kelvington, member's statement

Draude, 441

 

City Hospital, Saskatoon

Geriatric assessment program, headed by Dr. Earl DeCoteau, member's statement

Haverstock, 919

 

Civil service- See Public service

 

Climate change- See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

 

Cluff Lake, Sask.- See Uranium industry

 

Co-operation, 1, 209

 

Co-operative care homes- See Home care

 

Co-operatives, 4

Locally based, funding, 206

Pioneer Co-operative, Swift Current

Dividend payments, member's statement

Wall, 1575

Sales, member's statement

Wall, 441

Support and strengthening, 3

 

Coal mining industry

Estevan Coal Corporation, drag-line, construction, member's statement

Ward, 1203

Royalties, structure, competitive, 1767

 

Coburn, Gwenn and Todd- See Highways and roads - Deterioration - Vehicle damage - Chunks of pavement

 

Coca Cola- See Manufacturing industry

 

Cogema Resources- See Uranium industry - Cluff Lake mine site, northern leaders' tour

 

Collections Fine Art Gallery, Regina- See Disabled and handicapped persons - Accessibility, Human Rights Commission ruling

 

Collective bargaining- See Meat processing industry - Maple Leaf Foods International, plant, North Battleford, lockout; Saskatchewan Power Corporation

 

College Mathieu, Gravelbourg

80th anniversary, celebrations, member's statement

Aldridge, 1175

 

Combines Investigation Act- See Competition Act

 

Committees

Members, potential witnesses, sitting as members of the committee, 573

 

Committees, special- See Regulations Committee

 

Committees, standing- See Communication Committee; Constitutional Affairs Committee; Crown Corporations Committee; Environment Committee; Estimates Committee; Non-controversial Bills Committee; Private Members' Bills Committee; Privileges and Elections Committee; Public Accounts Committee

 

Common sense, 1-2, 5, 209

 

Commonwealth

Commonwealth Day, March 9, 1998

Contest winners,- presentation; Speaker, 6

Message from Her Majesty the Queen

Speaker, 23

 

Communication Committee

Legislative Library, annual report, referral, M. (MacKinnon), 22

Records retention and disposal schedules, referral, M. (MacKinnon), 22

Second report, 1594-5

Second report, M. (Trew) for concurrence

Trew, 1595

 

Communities, 2-3, 206, 211-12- See also Child poverty - Action plan for children; Education, post-secondary - Strengthening through partnerships; Municipalities; Northern Saskatchewan; Regional economic development authorities; Rural- municipalities; Transportation - Challenges and innovation

Economic strength, 3

Humboldt, eighth annual Sommerfest, June 19-21, 1998, member's statement

Julé, 1597

Humboldt, Oktoberfest activities, member's statement

Julé, 2063

Resources- See Child poverty - Action plan for children

Safe, vibrant, 209

Tax burden, 207

 

Community, 1, 5

 

Community Associations Residential Telephone Rate Designation Act (No. 206)

First reading

Julé, 74

 

Community-based organizations

Affiliate role, 1844-5

Big Sisters Association of Saskatoon, family violence programs, casino profits, member's statement

Hamilton, 819

Funding, 1844

 

Community-based regional economic development organizations, 1560-2

Northern Saskatchewan, funding, 1161

 

Community economic development, 206-7- See also Northern Saskatchewan

Inner cities, revitalization, 3, 206

 

Community home program- See Young offenders

 

Community justice committees- See Indians/First nations - Sentencing circles

 

Community Marketing Initiative- See Grain - Inland terminal, Naicam and Spalding, construction

 

Community pastures- See also Pastures Act (No. 7)

Bapaume pasture, treaty land entitlement process, payments, 688

Lease rates, increase

Bjornerud, 2033

Boyd, 1792-3

Upshall, 1792-3, 2033

Meeting Lake, treaty land entitlement process, 688

 

Compania de Consumadores de Gas de Santiago, Chile- See SaskEnergy Incorporated

 

Compassion, 1-2, 5, 209

 

Competition Act- See Rail transportation/railways - Line abandonment, court challenge

 

Computers- See Electronic Filing of Information Act (No. 22); Saskatchewan Power Corporation - SAP software; Social Services Department

 

Condie- See Water supply - Contamination, Regina, Wascana Creek

 

Condolences- See also Citizens

Communication of, M. (Romanow)

Romanow, 122, 684*

Feusi, Arnold Joseph (former MLA), M. (Romanow)

Bjornerud, 121

Julé, 120

Kowalsky, 121-2

Romanow, 120-1

Koester, Charles Beverley (former Clerk of Legislative Assembly), M. (Romanow)

Julé, 120

Romanow, 118-19

Toth, 119-20

Yew, Lawrence Riel (former MLA), M. (Romanow)

Belanger, 683*-4*

Goulet, 680*-2*

Lingenfelter, 682*-3*

Romanow, 679*-80*

Toth, 680*

Yew, Lawrence Riel (former MLA), member's statement

Belanger, 664

 

Conference of Mennonites of Saskatchewan Act (No. 301)

Petition, 552, 578

Second reading

Koenker, 837-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Koenker, 1526-7

Third reading

Koenker, 1529

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner

Activities, summary, 1133

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, inquiry, Crown Corporations Committee, members, conflict of interest referral, 1134

Contracts, legal or auditing opinions, 1133

Legislative or regulatory changes, 1133

Salary, fluctuation, 1134

Staff, 1133

 

Connell, Lance- See Social Services Department - Employee

 

Conservative Party- See Progressive Conservative Party

 

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Name substitution, M. (Shillington)

Shillington, 1017

 

Contact Lake- See Gold mining - Government assistance

 

Copaxone- See Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Multiple sclerosis

 

Coronach, Sask.- See Hospitals - Beds, shortages

 

Corporation capital tax- See Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster - Taxes, remission

 

Correctional centres

Forensic unit, North Battleford, inmate (Sandy Charles), escape

Heppner, 350, 352

Serby, 350, 352

Inmates, release, screening and reintegration methods, enhancements, 209

 

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 2), 2

First reading

Nilson, 74

Second reading

Bjornerud, 593-5

Heppner, 774-7

Nilson, 532-3

Toth, 533

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 1158-9

Nilson, 1158-9

Third reading

Nilson, 1160

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Cost of living- See Northern Saskatchewan - Economic development

 

Cottages- See Property - Assessment, regional parks

 

Court system- See Queen's Bench Revision Act (No. 43)

 

Coyotes- See Livestock industry

 

Credit Union Act, 1998 (No. 46)

First reading

Nilson, 1074

Second reading

Heppner, 1270

Nilson, 1180-3

Sonntag, 1184

Toth, 1184-5

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Gantefoer, 1551-2

Hillson, 1552-4

Nilson, 1551-5

Third reading

Nilson, 1556

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Credit Union Act, 1998 (No. 46), member's statement

Jess, 1173-4

 

Credit Union Central

President, Elwood Harvey, election, member's statement

Jess, 672*

 

Credit unions, 4

Prince Albert, expansion, member's statement

Kowalsky, 199-200

 

CREDOS- See Community-based regional economic development organizations

 

Crime- See also Children; Offenders; Young offenders; Youth

Break-ins, combatting, 1166-7

Gang-related offences, 1164

Government action, citizen neighbourhood patrols, establishment, 1937

Krawetz, 1578-9

Nilson, 1578

Romanow, 1578-9

Prevention programs, funding, allocation, rural communities, 1167-8

Serious crime task force

Establishment, 2

Establishment, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Heppner, 335

Hillson, 335-6

Nilson, 335

Funding, allocation, 1167

Serious habitual offenders program, funding, allocation, 1167

Victims

Funding, 1164-5

Impact statement

Heppner, 2130

Nilson, 2130-1

Video store robbery victim, Lori Mushanski, firing, member's statement

Heppner, 186

 

Crop Development Centre and Plant Sciences Department- See University of Saskatchewan,- Saskatoon

 

Crop insurance

Acres, insured, 636

Applications (1997-98), 636

Claims, frost related, 1677-8

Cost, reduction, 3

Premiums, cost vs. return, 636-7

Re-seeding benefit, 1688-9

Boyd, 1523, 1711

Upshall, 1523, 1711-12

 

Crops- See also Grain

Damage- See also Farmers/Producers - Disaster assistance

Drought and frost, government assistance, member's statement

Aldridge, 1711

 

Crosby, Tom- See Health care reform - Review

 

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement, 1626-9

Boyd, 1663

Mitchell, 1663

 

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement Revocation Act (No. 207)

First reading

Boyd, 1442

 

Crown Corporation Managers Salary Act- (No. 755)

First reading

Boyd, 2121

 

Crown corporations- See also Crown Construction Tendering Agreement; Government departments, agencies, Crown corporations; Utilities

Gantefoer, 1954

Romanow, 1954-5

Boards of directors

Key decisions, responsibility vs cabinet responsibility, 1907-8

Role, 1906-7

Chairs, cabinet ministers, designation requirement, removal- See Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 54)

Debt, reduction, 1078-9

Decision-making authority and responsibility

Chief executive officer, appointment, 1907

Utility rate increases, 1906

Direction, debate

Hillson, 738

Lingenfelter, 738-9

Disclosure of persons and companies which receive money

Bjornerud, 1265

Lingenfelter, 1265

Economic engines, productive, 3

Equity investments, out of province- See also Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, ministerial statement

Hillson, 1325

Lingenfelter, 1325

Foreign investments

Hillson, 769

Lingenfelter, 769

Halt

Gantefoer, 412

Lingenfelter, 412

Halt, petitions, 218, 1318, 1376, 1432, 1446, 1458, 1570, 1950

Bjornerud, 1431, 1517

Boyd, 1289, 1415, 1431, 1867

D'Autremont, 1415

Draude, 1289, 1317

Gantefoer, 197

Heppner, 1289, 1317, 1415, 1431, 1445

Governance, decision-making structures and accountability, analysis, Tapp, L.G., Dean of Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, hiring

Gantefoer, 1263-4

Lingenfelter, 1263-4

Ministers, responsibility, legislation

Hillson, 1122

Lingenfelter, 1122

Plans, summary, 1905-6

Relationship with one another/working with one another, 1903-4

Review, key recommendations, implementation, 3

Subsidiaries, reporting practices

Bjornerud, 1265-6

Lingenfelter, 1266

 

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 54)

First reading

Lingenfelter, 1042

Second reading

Boyd, 1471

Hillson, 1471-4

Kowalsky, 1474

Lingenfelter, 1240-1

Toth, 1241-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Gantefoer, 1585-8

Hillson, 1588-9

Lingenfelter, 1585-9

Third reading

Shillington, 1590

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998 (Capital Market Activities Restrictions) (No. 743)

First reading

Hillson, 1526

 

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998- (Foreign Investment Prohibitions) (No. 202)

First reading

Gantefoer, 269

 

Crown Corporations Committee

Chair

Dismissal, inappropriate conduct

Boyd, 952

Romanow, 952-3

Language inappropriate, member's statement

Bjornerud, 1117

Name substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 2004

Name substitution, M. (Osika)

Osika, 2058

Name substitution, M. (Shillington)

Shillington, 1017

Report, third, 346

Report, third, M. (Lorje) for concurrence

Lorje, 346

Report, fourth, 522

Report, fourth, M. (Lorje) for concurrence

Lorje, 522

Report, fifth, 978

Report, fifth, M. (Lorje) for concurrence

Lorje, 978

Report, sixth, 1200

Report, sixth, M. (Lorje) for concurrence

Lorje, 1200-1

Report, seventh, 1789

Report, seventh, M. (Lorje) for concurrence

Lorje, 1789

Special meeting, March 31, 1998

Boyd, 348-9

Lingenfelter, 348-9

Membership (Shillington, Tchorzewski), conflict of interest, potential- See also Conflict of Interest Commissioner - Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, inquiry, Crown Corporations Committee, members

Boyd, 556

Lingenfelter, 556-7

Saskatchewan Power Corporation, President, legal counsel, payment

Boyd, 411

Gantefoer, 583

Lingenfelter, 380, 411-12, 583

Toth, 380

Witnesses, Don McKillop, Justice Department, attendance and documents, subpoena, M. (Lorje)

Lorje, 531-2

Witnesses, Premier, 1887-8

Boyd, 444, 526, 873

Hillson, 529, 616, 1088

Lingenfelter, 873

Romanow, 444-5, 526, 529, 616, 1088-9

Witnesses, Premier and Deputy Premier

Boyd, 349, 378-9

Lingenfelter, 349, 378-9

Witnesses, Shillington, and Tchorzewski, 574

Special meeting, March 31, 1998, member's statement

Bjornerud, 553

 

Crown Corporations Disclosure Act, 1998 (No. 201)

First reading

Gantefoer, 269

 

Crown Corporations Rate Review Act, 1998 (No. 205)

First reading

Gantefoer, 269

 

Crown Investments Corporation of- Saskatchewan- See also Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale; Crown Life Insurance Company - Sale, Canada Life

Subsidiaries, funding- See Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 54)

 

Crown land- See also Game farming; Snowmobiles - Trails

Lease agreements, rate increase, 1947

 

Crown Life Insurance Company

Sale, Canada Life

Draude, 667

Gantefoer, 953, 1234, 1380, 1421-2

Lingenfelter, 667, 953, 1234-5, 1380, 1421-2

Sale, Canada Life, ministerial statement (Lingenfelter)

Gantefoer, 1385

Hillson, 1385-6

Lingenfelter, 1384-5

 

CRTC- See Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications Commission

 

Cuba

Saskatchewan, government model, member's statement

Heppner, 1203

 

Culinary arts

Culinary Team Saskatchewan, captain, Trent Brears, congratulations, member's statement

Shillington, 250

 

Culture- See Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department; Saskatchewan Council of Cultural Organizations

 

Cumberland House, Sask.- See also Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Infrastructure, maintenance, Northern Saskatchewan

Funding agreement, 1161

 

CUPE- See Canadian Union of Public Employees

 

Curling- See Sports

 

Cypress Hills- See Wilderness areas

 

Cypress Hills constituency

Successful endeavours, member's statement

Goohsen, 2095-6

 

Cypress Hills Provincial Park

Fire exit, extra, provision, 1754

Golf course, irrigation, lagoon water, quality and safety, 1754

Livestock, fencing, policy, 1754-5

 

D

 

Dams

South Saskatchewan River, Meridian Water Management Association

Goohsen, 414

Lingenfelter, 414-15

 

Dance

Polonia Dance Ensemble, Regina, 10th anniversary, Polonia in Concert, member's statement

Kasperski, 920

 

Davidson, Sask.- See Health care - Centres; Highways and roads - Highway No. 44; Hospitals - Beds, reduction

 

Day care- See Child care

 

Deaths- See Vital Statistics Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 36)

 

Debating- See Youth - National debating teams

 

Debt, public- See Government expenditures

 

Deficit- See Budget

 

Delgamuuko case, British Columbia- See Indians/First nations - Treaty land entitlements

 

Deloitte Touche- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale

 

Delta Project- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - SAP software

 

Democratic Unionism Act (No. 219)

First reading

Boyd, 1454

 

Dene- See Economic development - Northern Saskatchewan, strategy, provincial and northern leaders, agreement

 

Dene High School, La Loche- See Sports - Wrestling

 

Dental care- See Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 41)

 

Deputy ministers- See Government departments

 

Deputy Premier- See Premier - Grumpy Old Men video

 

Diabetes- See Health care

 

Dickson, Brian, retired Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Canada- See Judges - Supreme Court of Canada

 

Diefenbaker Lake Potato Corporation- See Potato industry

 

Direct Energy Marketing Limited, Calgary- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Natural gas supply contract

 

Disability benefits- See Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations

 

Disabled and handicapped persons- See also Children; Public service; SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres); Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living - Benefits; Social assistance recipients

Accessibility, Human Rights Commission ruling, Collections Fine Art Gallery, 1933-5

Napoleon Jaseyounen, achievements, member's statement

Belanger, 187

Wheelchair buses, Saskatoon, mechanical problems

Draude, 2065

Teichrob, 2065

 

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racism, March 21, 1998, member's statement

Hamilton, 220-1

Krawetz, 218-19

Wall, 233

 

Disney Corporation- See Film industry - Summer of Monkeys, Edge Productions, Saskatoon

 

Displayco, Regina- See Small business

 

District health boards- See Health district boards

 

Divisions (recorded votes)

Address in reply to the Speech from the Throne, motion for consideration 299; amdt. (Krawetz), 173

Budget (March 19, 1998), M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance 459; amdt. (Gantefoer), 459

Canada Transportation Act, amendments, federal government, urging, M. (Renaud), 400

Channel Lake Indemnification Act (No. 235-299, 400-439, 463-467, 473-476), 1R., 192-5, 227-9, 240-6, 255-9, 269-72, 1425-9, 1442-4, 1454-6

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1998, clause 13, amendment, 1589

Election- Act, 1998 (No. 20), clause 8, 1032

Grain prices, subsidies, United States/ European Union, federal government, addressing, M. (Upshall); amdt. (Aldridge),- 2057

Hepatitis C victims, compensation, Krever commission recommendations, acceptance, M. (Toth); subamdt. 837

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, October 21, 1998, M. (MacKinnon), 2136-7

Proceed to item 4 under private members' public Bills and orders, adjourned debate, M. (Bjornerud), 1215

Proceed to orders of the day, M. (Draude), 1529

Proceed to orders of the day, private members' public Bills and orders, adjourned debates, item 4, 1392-3

Maintenance of Saskatchewan Power Corporation's Operations Act, 1998 (No. 65), clause 7, amdt., 2026; clause 10, 2026

National highway program, responsibility, federal government, assuming, M. (Trew); amdt. (Hillson), 1224

Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25), clause 32, amendment, 1975-6

Plains Health Centre, closure, moratorium, M. (Toth), adjournment, M. (Van Mulligen), 1111

Rail transportation, line abandonment, M. (Whitmore) , 510-1

Telecommunications, access, affordable, universal service fund, creation, federal government, M. (Wiens); amdt. (Heppner), M. (Toth) to adjourn,- 718

Young Offenders Act, reform, petition, M. (Heppner), 930

 

Doctor-Patient Confidentiality Act (No. 228)

First reading

McLane, 1602

 

Doctors- See Physicians/doctors

 

Documents- See Records retention and disposal

 

Dore Lake- See Endangered spaces - World Wildlife Fund report; Fishing industry

 

Dosman, Dr. Jim- See Water quality - Contamination, pesticides

 

Drama- See High schools; Theatre

 

Draper, Lewis (former MLA)- See Health care - Crisis

 

Drought- See also Community pastures - Lease rates; Livestock industry

Contingency plans

Boyd, 1069-70, 1087

Teichrob, 1070

Upshall, 1087

Dugouts, pumping programs

Goohsen, 985

Upshall, 985

Government assistance

Boyd, 1955

Upshall, 1955

 

Drug abuse/substance abuse

Drug Abuse Resistance Education Program, graduates, Rosetown Walter Aseltine School, congratulations, member's statement

Wiens, 706

Ken Hansen Drug Awareness Foundation, Buffalo Narrows, establishment, member's statement

Belanger, 1710

Youth addiction services, provision

Calvert, 768-9

Osika, 768

 

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Cost, government action, 1330

Interactions, potential, advance warning- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network

Multiple sclerosis

Approval method, 1856-8

Haverstock, 1796

Serby, 1796

Betaseron, approval, member's statement

Aldridge, 409

Betaseron and Copaxone

Access, board decisions

McLane, 41-2, 72

Serby, 41-2, 72

Access (D. Smyth), 1327-30

Exception drug plan reform, M. (McLane)

McLane, 43

Betaseron and Copaxone, petitions, 1376

Toth, 1317

Data provision, ethics committee approval, 1859-60

Natural herbs and medicines, investigation, 1329

Rebif, approval, 1349

Prescription drug plan, changes, 1916

Schedule regulations and by-laws- See Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 18)

University of Saskatchewan technologies, licensing agreement, Alviva Biopharmaceutical, member's statement

Lorje, 1447

 

Ducks Unlimited- See Environment protection

 

Dumont, Richard- See Health care - Hepatitis C victims, compensation, exclusion

 

Dumont Technical Institute, Saskatoon- See Economic development - Metis economic development officers, training

 

E

 

East Central Health District- See also Health care - Kidney dialysis, Yorkton Regional Health Centre

Budget deficit, reduction, 1335-6

Manitoba patients, funding, compensation, 1336

 

Easter

Celebration, member's statement

Belanger, 554

Sonntag, 552-3

 

Eating disorders- See Health care

 

Economic and Co-operative Development Department- See also Hog industry - Processing plant, proposed, Maple Leaf; SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Economic Partnership Agreement, funding, 1558

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1565-6

Estimates (1998-99), 808-15, 1160-2, 1556-65

Belanger, 1560-3

Draude, 808-15, 1160-2, 1557-9

Goulet, 1160-2

MacKinnon, 808-15, 1556-65

McLane, 1559-60

McPherson, 1563-5

Osika, 1565

Industry Sector Development Branch, staff, 1558

Investment Programs Branch

Mandate, vs. Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, mandate, 1558

Strategic initiatives fund, 1558

Transfers for public services, funding, 1558

Northern Affairs, Office of, 1160- See also Mining industry - Environmental quality committees

Resource policy and program coordination, funding, 1160-1

Overview and goals, 808-9

 

Economic conditions, 810

 

Economic development- See also Regional economic development authorities; Sports - Hockey, La Ronge Ice Wolves, Northern Lights Hockey Development Incorporated

Economic Developer of the Year Award, James Leier, Tisdale, member's statement

Renaud, 347

Good news headlines, member's statement

Hamilton, 1035-6

McPherson, 1493

Stanger, 303, 897

Trew, 641

Van Mulligen, 1175

Ward, 442

Good news stories, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 101

Government involvement vs creating positive business environment, 1945-6

Highways and roads, impact, 892-3

Indicators, member's statement

Kasperski, 734

Initiatives, Melfort-Tisdale constituency, member's statement

Renaud, 493

Initiatives, recognition, M. (Hamilton)

Draude, 1529

Hamilton, 1529

Metis economic development officers, training, member's statement

Kowalsky, 672*

Northern Saskatchewan, 1561- See also Community-based regional economic development organizations

Cost of living, impact, 1562

Facilitation, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department, role, 546-7

Loans, 1161

Strategy, provincial and northern leaders, agreement- See also Northern Saskatchewan - Community development, strategy

Belanger, 1267-8

Romanow, 1267-8

Regional economic development authorities; Funding, 813-15

South-west

Natural gas plants, construction

Goohsen, 1581

Lingenfelter, 1581

Transportation concerns, Frenchman Valley Rural Development Co-operative, 1564-5

"Swift Current Boom," member's statement

Wall, 980

Western Economic Partnership Agreement, 811-12

Weyburn constituency, member's statement

Bradley, 1175

 

Economy, 1, 206- See also Communities; Crown corporations; Manufacturing and processing industry - Products

Diversification, 206

Growth, 3, 206, 208, 212, 810- See also Labour force - Skilled; Transportation

Indicators- See Equalization payments - Formula; Government - Financial planning

Lloydminster, member's statement

Stanger, 1576

Northern Saskatchewan, resource-based, diversification- See also Northern Development Fund

Strong, 5, 206

Strong, member's statement

Kasperski, 275-6

Thomson, 1661

 

Edge Productions, Saskatoon- See Film industry - Summer of Monkeys

 

Education, 211-12

Autistic children- See also Education - Home schooling; Teachers - Training, special education

Services, 1493

Balanced school year, 1492, 1512

Education Week, March 16-22, 1998, member's statement

Heppner, 125

Kowalsky, 125

Family life program- See below Sex education

Four-day school week, Scenic Valley, pilot project, assessment, 1488-9, 1497-8

French language- See also College Mathieu, Gravelbourg

Structure and governance- See Education Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 57)

Funding, 208, 604, 607, 1963-4- See also Property tax; School boards - Grants

Funding, member's statement

Hamilton, 220

Hearing impaired students, 1492-3

Home schooling, 1491-2, 1511

Autistic children, 1493

Education Amdt. Act (No. 57), impact, 1514

Property taxes, level, 603-4

Math action plan, 3

Northern Saskatchewan, funding, 1504

Community pastures, establishment, taxation, 1510

Natural resources revenue, 1509-10

Parents, 208

Partnership in education program, Department of Highways and Transportation and Campbell Collegiate, member's statement

Hamilton, 234

Pre-kindergarten programs, priority, 3- See also- Education Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 57)

Reading, accelerated reading virus, St. Peter's Elementary School, Unity, member's statement

Murrell, 1871-2

Restructuring- See School divisions - Amalgamation

Separate school system, assimilation in public school system, 1480

Sex education, curriculum and resource-based material, 1498

Special education, 3- See also Teachers - Training

World Catholic Education Day, May 21, 1998, member's statement

Teichrob, 1262

 

Education, post-secondary, 208- See also Regional colleges; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology; Universities; Youth - Northern Saskatchewan

Capital funding, 208

Institutions, buildings, equipment and laboratories, upgrade, funding, 208

Quality and accessibility, improving, 208

Strengthening through partnerships with the community and industry, 3

 

Education Act

Appeal process- See Students - Bus transportation, Saskatoon, appeal mechanism

 

Education Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 57), 3- See also Education - Home schooling

First reading

Atkinson, 1208

Second reading

Atkinson, 1466-8

Krawetz, 1468, 1608-9

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bradley, 1781-4

Krawetz, 1781-4

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1864

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Education Department

Boundaries Commission, 599

Estimates (1998-99), 597-607, 1479-85, 1487-515, 1566

Atkinson, 597-607, 1479-85, 1487-515, 1566-7

Belanger, 1504-9

Bjornerud, 605-7

Goohsen, 1509-14

Julé, 603-4, 1511

Krawetz, 597-602, 1479-85, 1487-96

Lingenfelter, 1513

McLane, 1498-503, 1515, 1566

Osika, 1511-12

Toth, 1496-8

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1566-7

Minister- See Saskatchewan School Trustees Association

 

Election Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 20) (Chief Electoral Officer)

First reading

MacKinnon, 226

Second reading

D'Autremont, 648-9

Gantefoer, 746-8

Krawetz, 849-51

Mitchell, 648

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Krawetz, 1021-30, 1032

Mitchell, 1020-31

Osika, 1030-1

Third reading

Mitchell, 1032

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Elections- See By-elections

Federal- See British Columbia

Provincial- See Nova Scotia

 

Electoral Office

Chief Electoral Officer- See also Political parties - Contributions, Conservative Party, funds, investigation

Certificate of election and return

Buckley Belanger

Speaker, 2139

Judy Junor

Speaker, 1981

Estimates, 1971

Officer of the Legislature and appointment through non-partisan process, 4- See also Election Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 20) (Chief Electoral Officer)

 

Electricity- See also Municipalities - Recreational facilities, non-profit; Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Co-generation, 1772

Rates, Northern Saskatchewan, 1653-5

Belanger, 646-7

Goulet, 647

Rates, Northern Saskatchewan, petitions, 1230, 1570, 1660, 1708, 1950

Belanger, 1199-200, 1259, 1593, 1660, 1868

Hillson, 1199, 1230

Rural underground distribution program- See Homesteading - Northern Saskatchewan

Supply, adequacy

D'Autremont, 1988-9

Lingenfelter, 1988-9

Underground lines, rural communities, original rate, petitions, 154

Julé, 124

 

Electronic Filing of Information Act (No. 22)

First reading

Nilson, 531

Second reading

Heppner, 722-4

Nilson, 590

Toth, 590

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 1157-8

Nilson, 1157-8

Third reading

Nilson, 1160

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Elk

Domesticated vs. wild, numbers, 1747

 

Elk farming, 624-5

Deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) testing, 687

Development/expansion, 687-8

Disease control, 1758

Responsibility, 625

Domestic elk, right to import, 630, 686

Producers' concerns, 625-6, 685

NDP Agriculture caucus, meeting, 626

Regulations

Agriculture Department, 627, 1758

Consultation process, 627-9

Environment and Resource Management Department, 631-4, 1747, 1758

Financial burden, 634-5

Technical advisory committee, Agriculture Department, 629-30

Wildlife diversification task force, Environment and Resource Department, 629-30

 

Emergency services- See Health care - Centres; Hospitals, Regina; Motor vehicles - Accidents, Northern Saskatchewan, Jaws of Life; Regina General Hospital; Telephones - 911

 

Employment, 2, 206, 211-12- See also Economy - Strong; Family - Work, balance; Film Employment Tax Credit Act (No. 63); Food processing industry - Can-Oat Milling, Martensville; Indians/First Nations; Mining industry - Exploration equipment, sales tax exemption; Oil industry - Prices, decrease, government actions to counterbalance; Unemployment; Youth

Loss- See Crown Life Insurance Company - Sale, Canada Life

Northern Saskatchewan- See Economic and Co-operative Development Department - Northern Affairs, Office of; Economic development - Loans, Northern Saskatchewan; Forest industry - Protection; Mining industry - Exploration equipment, sales tax exemption; Northern Saskatchewan - Community development, strategy, development

Opportunities, 209

Regina, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1459

Programs and services

Human Resources Development Canada, employees, transfer, 1138

Responsibility to design and deliver- See Labour market - Canada-Saskatchewan Agreement on Labour Market Development, programs, funding

Rate, 206, 1740

Vs. Alberta and Manitoba, 1740

Statistics, member's statement

Hamilton, 1035-6

Thomson, 101

Target, 21st century, 206

 

Employment development, 2, 207, 809-10- See also Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster; Forest industry - Prince Albert pulp and paper mill; Forest industry - Wapa Weeka saw mill, construction; Hog industry - Processing plant, proposed, Maple Leaf; Manufacturing and processing industry - Molson Breweries, expansion; Oil industry - Petroleum research tax incentive; Oil industry - Wealth; Regional economic development authorities; Resource industries; SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) - Recycling programs; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon - Biotechnology initiative

Government record

Gantefoer, 2130

MacKinnon, 2130

 

Employment development, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 234

 

Employment insurance- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Funding, decrease

 

Employment insurance account- See also Training programs - Federal funding

Surplus

Cline, 1713

Gantefoer, 1713

 

Employment supplement- See Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement

 

Emu farming

Carlyle area, member's statement

Ward, 68

 

Endangered spaces

World Wildlife Fund report, member's statement

Koenker, 871

 

Endangered species

Cormorant, 1752

 

Energy- See also Alternative energy; Electricity; Natural gas

Production, enhancement, 1771

 

Energy and Mines Department- See also Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster - Sale, negotiations

Estimates (1998-99), 1764-80

Aldridge, 1773

D'Autremont, 1764-73, 1780

Goohsen, 1773-80

Lautermilch, 1764-80

Estimates, supplementary- (1997-98), 1780

 

Energy conservation

Nature Saskatchewan, prospectus, 1776-8

 

Enforcement of Judgments Conventions Act (No. 31), 2

First reading

Shillington, 711

Second reading

Heppner, 879-80

Nilson, 745-6

Toth, 746

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 1159

Nilson, 1159

Third reading

Nilson, 1160

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Engineering industries- See Research and development - Income tax credit

 

English language

Shakespeare, William, birthday and contributions, commemoration, member's statement

Mitchell, 733

 

Entrepreneurs- See Business

 

Environment and Resource Management Department- See also Elk farming - Regulations; Mining industry - Environmental quality committees

Conservation officer, Marty Halpape, Al Stark Award winner, member's statement

Draude, 493

Employees, deaths, plane crash, January 1997, commemoration, plans, 1758

Estimates (1998-99), 684-8, 1373, 1741-63

Belanger, 1756-8

Bjornerud, 1753-4

D'Autremont, 1373, 1741-51, 1763

Draude, 1752-3

Goohsen, 1754-6, 1760-3

Heppner, 1751-2

Hillson, 688, 1758-9

McLane, 1763

Scott, 684-8, 1373, 1741-63

Toth, 684-8, 1759-60

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1763

Goods, programs, legislation, regulations, 1373

Human rights, violations, complaints, 1752

Minister- See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Reduction

Women employees, 1752

 

Environment Committee

Name substitution, M. (Osika)

Osika, 2059

 

Environment protection, 1373- See also Business - Licensing requirements, streamlining; Cameco Corporation - Kyrgyzstan, sodium cyanide spill; Forest industry - Nemeiben forest, logging; Land - Sale, environmental clean-up, leaking fuel tank spill, Carlyle; Oil industry - Pipelines, failure; SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of- Rehabilitation Centres - Recycling programs; Wildlife Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 32)

Ducks Unlimited, Saskatchewan Farm Security Act, exemption, 1758

Earth Day, April 22, 1998, member's statement

Murray, 705

Representative areas network, 2sales tax reduction.5 million acres, addition, 4

World Wildlife Fund, involvement, 1751-2

 

Equal pay for work of equal value- See Pay equity

 

Equality, 1

 

Equalization payments

Formula, economic growth, factors, impact, 1733-4

 

Ernst & Young- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale

 

Estevan, Sask.- See Oil industry - Wealth and job creation; Schools - Upgrading and renovation

 

Estevan Coal Corporation- See Coal mining industry

 

Estey, Hon. Mr. Justice Willard Z.- See Grain, transportation - Review, federal (Estey)

 

Estimates- See also Estimates under individual department e.g. Health Department - Estimates

1997-98, supplementary, transmitted, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance

Cline, 310

1998-99, main, transmitted, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance

Cline, 310

 

Estimates Committee

Child Advocate, Estimates (1998-99), referral, M. (MacKinnon), 925

Legislative Assembly, Estimates (1998-99), referral, M. (MacKinnon), 925

Legislative Assembly, Estimates, supplementary- (1997-98), referral, M. (MacKinnon), 925

Name substitution, M. (Shillington)

Shillington, 1017, 1140

Ombudsman, Estimates (1998-99), referral, M. (MacKinnon), 925

Provincial Auditor, Estimates (1998-99), referral, M. (MacKinnon), 925

Third report, 1260

Third report, M. (Whitmore), for concurrence

Whitmore, 1260

 

European Union- See Grain - Prices, subsidies

 

Executive Council- See also Crown corporations - Boards of directors, key decisions, responsibility

Deputy Chief of Staff- See Public Service Commission - Partisan politics; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President, severance pay

Documents, release, 1135

Estimates (1998-99), 1877-947, 1959-71

Bjornerud, 1924-33

Boyd, 1887-90, 1892-6, 1966-71

Draude, 1919-23

Gantefoer, 1881-3, 1885-7

Haverstock, 1903-11

Heppner, 1902, 1933-47

Julé, 1917-19

Krawetz, 1877-9, 1963-6

Lingenfelter, 1969-70

Osika, 1959-62

Romanow, 1877, 1879-88, 1890-1, 1893-5, 1899-912, 1914-47, 1959, 1962-7

Toth, 1896-902, 1911-16

 

Exhibition Associations

Turtleford Fair, best local fair, 1997, member's statement

Stanger, 409

 

Export enhancement program- See Grain - Prices, subsidies, United States/European Union

 

Exports- See Agricultural products/Farm products

 

Expropriation- See Oil industry - Land expropriation

 

Expropriation Procedure Act- See Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25)

 

F

 

Fair, Milt- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President - Severance pay

 

Family, 2, 206, 209, 211-12- See also Farm families; Income

Abuse- See below Violence

Bereaved, Northern Saskatchewan, support, Beauval, member's statement

Belanger, 979

"Building independence: investing in families"

Call centre, member's statement

Murray, 1661-2

Strategy, 2- See also Child - Poverty, reduction; Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit; Family - Health benefits; Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement; Saskatchewan Assistance Amdt. Act (No. 49)

Strategy, member's statement

Murrell, 220

Strategy, ministerial statement

Aldridge, 283

Romanow, 282

Toth, 282-3

Earning $20,000 annually and receiving the Saskatchewan Child Benefit and the Saskatchewan employment supplement will be better off by $1500, 212

Earning $50,000 annually will be better off by $600, 212

Health benefits, 2, 211, 862-5

Low income- See also Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit; Family - "Building independence:- investing in families," strategy; Housing; Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement

Child care costs, 865

Maternity benefits- See Income

Mothers, expectant, education and counselling, 209

Mother's Day, tribute, member's statement

Hillson, 1036-7

Murray, 1036

Paternity- benefits- See Income

Poverty, 210

Single parents- See Students

Social assistance

Bridge to opportunity and independence, provision, 211-12

Dependence cycle, 211-12

Employment commencement

Children's health benefits, loss, 211

Day care costs and other work-related expenses, dilemma, 211

Violence- See also Community-based organizations - Big Sisters Association of Saskatoon; Victims of Domestic Violence Act; Women - Shelters

Aboriginal Women's Council of Saskatchewan and Prince Albert Grand Council women's commission, initiatives, member's statement

Kowalsky, 1711

Victims

Aboriginal community, funding

Metis Women of Yorkton, member's statement

Serby, 1036

Aboriginal community, funding, member's statement

Murrell, 1436

Aboriginal community, funding, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Goohsen, 679*

Heppner, 678*

Hillson, 678*-679*

Nilson, 677*-678*

Information, police access, faster, 209

Work, balance, task force, establishment, 1591

Work, balance, task force, establishment, member's statement

Lorje, 612

 

Family Income Plan- See Income

 

Farm families

Health and safety programs, 209

 

Farm income- See Government revenue - Agricultural income

 

Farm land- See also Crown land

Property tax, increase

Julé, 1383

Teichrob, 1383-4

 

Farm machinery

Kinistino, New Holland dealership, Farm World, Parts Excellence Award, congratulations, member's statement

Langford, 981

Sales, 207, 1947

 

Farm products- See Agricultural products/Farm products

 

Farm safety- See also Farm families

Campaign, "Come Home Safe Tonight," member's statement

Ward, 898

Farm Safety Week, March 11-18, 1998, member's statement

Langford, 37

Murrell, 69

 

Farm trucks- See also Recycling - Oil and filters

Concrete truck conversion to grain truck, hauling capacity, 1806

 

Farm vehicles

Fleet assessment program, SGI implementation, potential, 1082-3

 

Farmers/Producers- See also Agriculture; Banks and financial institutions - Mergers, Task Force on the Future of the Canadian Financial Services Sector (MacKay); Food - Markets

Credit, cost, 1681

Demurrage fees, 1687

Disaster assistance

Boyd, 1873-4, 1957

Upshall, 1874, 1957-8

Financial crisis, government assistance- See also Grain - Prices, subsidies

Bjornerud, 2032

Upshall, 2032

Innovation, 207

Input costs, 1947- See also Farmers/Producers -- Credit, cost; Gasoline - Price increase

Reduction, 1678-9, 1682

Net income, 1678-9

Numbers, decline, 1679-80

 

Fathers- See Adoption Amdt. Act. 1998- (No. 14 ) (birth fathers)

 

Federal-provincial conferences- See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Reduction

 

Federal-provincial investment programs- See Economic development - Western Economic Partnership Agreement

 

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations- See also Citizens; Sexual assault/offences- - Charges; Tourism - Waterways project

Chief, election, Perry Bellegarde, congratulations, member's statement

Draude, 842-3

Flavel, 842

 

Fermentation and Cell Culture Plant- See Agricultural biotechnology

 

Feusi, Arnold Joseph (former MLA)- See Condolences

 

File Hills Agency- See Health care

 

Film Employment Tax Credit Act (No. 63)

First reading

Teichrob, 1180

Second reading

Teichrob, 1605-6

Toth, 1606-7

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 1700-2

Teichrob, 1700-2

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1703

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Film industry

Employment tax credit, 207

Increase, rural community locations and jobs, 207

Film makers, 1

Lumsden, YTV series, Incredible Story Studio, episodes, location, member's statement

Murray, 1984

Maximum Dimension, children's television series, member's statement

Hamilton, 276

Minds Eye, Made-for-TV movie, Bad Prospect, member's statement

Murray, 1145

New Haven and Partners in Motion projects, member's statement

Trew, 663-4

Summer of Monkeys, Edge Productions, Saskatoon, Disney Corporation marketing deal, member's statement

Lorje, 348

Yorkton Short Film & Video Festival, member's statement

Serby, 1292-3

Youth employment, 207

 

Finance Committee

Budget (March 19, 1998), M. (Cline) to resolve into committee; Cline, 310

Estimates, 1997-98, supplementary, transmitted, M. (Cline) for referral, 310

Estimates, 1998-99, main, transmitted, M. (Cline) for referral, 310

 

Finance Department

Budget Analysis Division, 1734-5

Estimates (1998-99), 1075-9, 1732-41

Belanger, 1738-9

Cline, 1075-9, 1732-41

Gantefoer, 1075-9, 1732-5

Hillson, 1735-7, 1740

Julé, 1076

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1741

 

Financial institutions- See Banks and financial institutions

 

Fire protection

Agricultural spray planes, usage, 1745

Air strips, location, 1745

Aircraft, types used, 1743

Alberta, assistance, Saskatchewan fire-fighters, member's statement

Stanger, 979-80

Equipment, sales tax, exemption, 209

Naicam fire department, member's statement

Renaud, 581

Expenses, 1745

Farmers' brush piles, control, 1744-5

Fire fighters

Northern Saskatchewan, 1758

Northern Saskatchewan, member's statement

Belanger, 1418, 1789-90

Fire fighting operations, procedure, 1741-4

Infrared detectors, use of, 1742

Programs, consultation, 1744

Turnor Lake and Ile-a-la-Crosse

Belanger, 1383

Scott, 1383

 

Firearms

Ownership, criminal activity without permit, 1169

Registration, procedure, 1169-70

 

Firearms Act (C-68)

Alberta Court of Appeals, court case, 1168

Saskatchewan presentation, 1168

Cost, 1170

Lawyers, 1168-9

Regulations

Implementation, 1169-70

Regulations, ministerial statement (Nilson)

D'Autremont, 500

Nilson, 499-500

Osika, 500-1

Supreme Court of Canada, appeal, 1169

 

First Nations- See Indians/First Nations

 

First Nations Fund- See Casinos - Revenue

 

Fishing- See Water - Levels, Last Mountain Lake

 

Fishing industry

Commercial fishing, Northern Saskatchewan, government assistance, 1756-8

Dore Lake and Sled Lake, water levels, 1756

Farm plates, eligibility, 1756

Northern commercial fish transportation subsidy, 1161-2

 

Fishing Lake, Sask.- See Water - Drainage, project, proposed

 

Floods- See Water - Drainage, project, proposed, Fishing Lake

 

Fondation Fransaskoise Act, 1998 (No. 302)

Petition, 552, 578

Report, 1432

Second reading

Kasperski, 838

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Kasperski, 1527-9

Third reading

Kasperski, 1529

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Food- See also Agriculture and Food Department

Markets, more competitive, 207

Preparation and service, rural Saskatchewan, Health Department, regulations, member's statement

Julé, 525

 

Food processing industry- See also Animal Products Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 5)

Can-Oat Milling, Martensville, official opening, member's statement

Langford, 441

Nifty Noodles, Mossbank, member's statement

Murrell, 2127

Pasta D'Aurum, Swift Current, member's statement

Wall, 1291

Quality assurance programs- See On-farm Quality Assurance Programs Act (No. 35)

 

Foodgrains Bank- See Canadian Foodgrains Bank

 

Forest fires- See- Fire protection

 

Forest industry, 1373- See also Wilderness areas

Logging development, opposition, Missinipe

Belanger, 1205-6

Goulet, 1206

Meadow Lake Pulp Mill, losses

Boyd, 1461-2

D'Autremont, 791-2

Lingenfelter, 791-2, 1461-2

National Forest Week, May 3-9, 1998, member's statement

Johnson, 948

Nemeiben forest, logging, environmental study

Hillson, 1324

Scott, 1325

Pasquia/Porcupine Integrated Forest Land Use Plan, Arran area, outfitters, discussions, 1752

Prince Albert forest industry, Pacific Regeneration Technologies, open house, member's statement

Langford, 1790

Prince Albert pulp and paper mill, Weyerhaeuser Canada, upgrade, announcement, member's statement; Kowalsky, 1232-3

Wapa Weeka saw mill, construction, member's statement

Johnson, 844

 

Forests

Protection

Cost-sharing, logging industry three-year agreement, 206

Spruce budworm spraying program, expansion, funding, 206

 

Foster families

Foster Family Week, October 19-23, 1998, member's statement

Ward, 2127

 

Foster homes

Emergency placements, 1542

Teenage boys, advertisement

Calvert, 1208

Krawetz, 1119

Teichrob, 1119

 

Francophones

Assimilation, prevention, 658-9

 

Freedom of information

Requests for information, 1134

Appeals, 1135

Response time, 1135

 

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act- See Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation - Information, access; SaskPower Commercial - Investment, Guyana Electricity Corporation, information request

 

Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Commissioner

Educational role, fulfilment, 1135

Mandate, expansion, 1135

 

Freehold oil and gas production tax- See Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster - Taxes, remission

 

French language- See also College Mathieu, Gravelbourg; Education

Co-ordination, funding, 543, 658-9

Francophone Week in Saskatchewan, March 15-21, 1998; National Francophone Day, March 20, 1998, member's statement

Kasperski, 126

 

Frenchman Valley Rural Development Co-operative- See Economic development - South-west, transportation concerns; Highways and roads - South-west

 

Friends for Life- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation

 

Frith, Glennis- See Hospitals, Regina - Beds, shortage, post-surgery

 

Fund-raising- See Child sexual abuse - Awareness raising; Health care - Multiple sclerosis, Spring Fling Fashion Show, Saskatoon; Political parties - Contributions; Sports - Saskatchewan Law Enforcement Torch Run, Special Olympic events and athletes; University of Saskatchewan Foundation Repeal Act (No. 12)

 

G

 

Gambling- See also Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 1998; Casinos

Addiction, prevention

Goohsen, 1297

Sonntag, 1297-8

Regulations, violation, fines- See Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act 1998 (No. 13) (Fines)

 

Game farming, 624http://docs.legassembly.sk.ca/legdocs/Legislative%20Assembly/Hansard/23L3S/980604PM.PDF#page=4- See also Elk farming; Emu farming

Crown land, 630-1

Terminology, 1747

 

Gangs- See Crime

 

Garden, Rob- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President - Severance pay

 

Gas Inspection Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 15)

First reading

MacKinnon, 226

Second reading

D'Autremont, 676-7

MacKinnon, 623

Toth, 623-4

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Krawetz, 1131-2

Osika, 1132

Shillington, 1131-3

Third reading

Shillington, 1133

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Gasoline

Leak, water supply, Maple Creek, safety, 1755

Price increase, sign of spring, member's statement

Flavel, 764

Service stations, ratings, 1753-4

Underground storage tanks, liability and removal, 1753

 

Gemma House, Regina- See Children - Protection

 

Geriatric assessment program- See City Hospital, Saskatoon

 

Gerrand Rath and Johnson, -See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale

 

Gilbert Lausten Jung Associates- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale

 

Girl Guides of Canada

Canada Cord ceremony, Melfort, member's statement

Gantefoer, 1521

 

Glendinning, Peter- See also Saskatchewan Transportation Company - President, appointment

 

Global warming- See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

 

Globe Theatre, Regina- See Theatre

 

Gold mining

Government assistance, 1771

 

Golf- See Sports

 

Good Samaritan

Bennett's service station, Chamberlain, Lyle, credit extending, member's statement

Lorje, 819

 

Goodman, Cindy- See Highways and roads - Rural, grid road, outside of McLean, large rock, vehicle damage

 

Goods and services tax- See Books

 

Gophers- See Livestock industry

 

Government

Accountability, 1877-80

Accountability, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 277

Administrative costs, containing, 211

Advertising

Boyd, 2097-8

Lingenfelter, 2097-8

Appointments, political- See Patronage

Balanced approach- See Debt - Reduction; Government - Services increasing; Taxation - Reduction

Financial freedom, 5, 211-12

Financial planning- See also Finance Department - Budget Analysis Division

Economic growth, factors, impact, review, 1733

Fiscal management, 211-12

Careful, importance, underscored by recent events in Asia, uncertain resource prices and changing weather patterns, 211

Investment Dealers Association, report, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1262

Fiscal policy, 1998-99, ministerial statement (Cline)- See also Budget (March 19, 1998)

Cline, 205-12

Gantefoer, 212-15

Hillson, 215-16

Fiscal responsibility, 5

Record

Krawetz, 1953-4

Romanow, 1954

Regulations- See Saskatchewan Regulatory Reform Act (No. 225)

Services, increasing, 211

Values, 1

Web site

Funding, 657

Public reaction and effectiveness, 659

 

Government Accountability Act (No. 203)

First reading

Gantefoer, 269

 

Government building space- See also Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation; Urban municipalities - Grants in lieu of taxes

Operating costs, analysis, 914-15

Ownership, 1780

Rental, rates, competitive, analysis, 915

 

Government departments, agencies and Crown corporations

Citizens, inhumane treatment, complaints, member's statement

Haverstock, 1232

Computer access- See Electronic Filing of Information Act (No. 22)

Deputy ministers, women, 1590-1

 

Government employees- See Public service

 

Government expenditures

Debt, 211- See also Budget - Deficit

Elimination- See also Indians/First nations - Sales taxes, on-reserve purchases

Vs. sales taxes, elimination, 1739-40

Interest payments, 5, 211, 1738-9

Interest rate, member's statement

Johnson, 304

Origin, 1738-9

Reduction, 5, 211-212, 1078-9- See also Income tax - Debt reduction surtax

Sale of assets, 211, 1079

Reduction, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 220

Repayment, length of time, 1739

Largest expenditures, top five, 1738

 

Government House

Assistant manager, position, funding, 659

Funding, 658

Maintenance, 659

 

Government revenue- See also Income tax; Oil industry; Sales taxes

Agricultural income, decrease, impact, 1734

Reduction, sales tax reduction, 2 percentage points, 1732-3

Sources, top five, 1739

 

Grain

Growing conditions, re-seeding, chemical supplies, 1689-90

Inland terminal, Naicam and Spalding, construction, Community Marketing Initiative

Capital construction tax, exemption

Cline, 769

Draude, 769

Inland terminal, Naicam and Spalding, construction, Community Marketing Initiative, member's statement

Draude, 763

Marketing- See also Canadian Wheat Board

Changes, 1690-2

Voluntary

Boyd, 1577

Romanow, 1577

Prices, subsidies, United States/European Union

Boyd, 1069-70, 1712

Goohsen, 1089-90

Romanow, 1089-90

Teichrob, 1070

Upshall, 1712

Contingency plan, development, federal government responsibility, M. (Boyd)

Aldridge, 1800-1

Boyd, 1797-9

D'Autremont, 1803

Goohsen, 1801-3

Hillson, 1803

Upshall, 1799-800

Federal government, addressing, M. (Upshall); amdt. (Aldridge)

Aldridge, 2047-9

Bjornerud, 2042-5

Boyd, 2056-7

Bradley, 2054-5

Hillson, 2055-6

Jess, 2041-2

Julé, 2053-4

McPherson, 2052-3

Murrell, 2046-7

Osika, 2049-50

Upshall, 2038-41

Wiens, 2050-2

Transmission, M. (Upshall)

Upshall, 2058

Government action

Goohsen, 1424

Upshall, 1424-5

Storage, through-put elevator, construction, Valparaiso, member's statement

Renaud, 200

 

Grain transportation, 4- See also Canada Transportation Act; Highways and roads - Highway No. 44, Davidson; Highways and roads - National program

Canadian Wheat Board, service complaint

Canadian National Railway, Canadian Transportation Agency, hearing, settlement, ministerial statement (Bradley)

Aldridge, 670-1

Boyd, 670

Bradley, 669-70

Canadian Pacific Railway, Canadian Transportation Agency, decision, 1683-4

Crow's Nest rates, benefit, elimination, 207- See also Highways and roads - Canada/Saskatchewan Agri-infrastructure program

Delivery to elevator system and port terminals, delays, accountability, 1686-8

Grain Handling and Transportation Review (Estey)- See also Highways and roads - Funding; Rail transportation/Railways - Lines abandonment

Meetings, member's statement

Heppner, 705

Wiens, 263

Recommendations, 1683-4

Boyd, 1438

Upshall, 1438

 

Gray, Dr. Richard- See Rail transportation/railways - Joint running rights

 

Great Sand Hills- See Oil industry - Land expropriation

 

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), 1760

Reduction

Haverstock, 794-5

Scott, 794-5

 

Gross, Reg- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Consultants

 

Grossman, John- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network

 

Grumbo (John) decision- See Hunters/hunting - Metis rights

 

Gun control- See Firearms Act (C-68)

 

H

 

Habib, Dr. Naiyer- See Hospitals, Regina - Emergency services, Yorkton patient, availability

 

Habitat for Humanity- See Housing - Low income families

 

Hader, Dr.- See Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Multiple sclerosis, approval method

 

Hall, Justice Emmett- See Health care

 

Halvorson, Justice Ken- See Water - Groundwater contamination, cattle operation (Perry Anton), judicial review

 

Hamlets- See School divisions - Revenue

 

Handicapped persons- See Disabled and handicapped persons

 

Hansen, Rick- See Health care - Paralysis cure

 

HARO Financial Corporation- See Crown Life Insurance Company - Sale, Canada Life

 

Hazardous substances- See Water quality - Contamination, pesticides

 

Health care, 3, 206, 209-12- See also Children; Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Family - Health benefits; Family - Mothers, expectant; Farm families; Hospitals; Indians/First Nations; Medical research; Mental health; Northern Saskatchewan; Nurses; Nutrition; Oil industry - Wastes; Physical Therapists Act, 1998 (No. 19); Public health; School boards - Services, additional; Senior citizens - Low income; Water quality - Contamination, pesticides; Youth - Teen wellness centres

Access, Southern Saskatchewan residents, concerns

McLane, 1452

Serby, 1452

Acute- See Hospitals, Regina - Emergency services, Yorkton patient, availability; Hospitals - Beds

Advertising

Aldridge, 1295

Serby, 1295-6

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Awareness Month, June, 1998, member's statement

Murray, 1519

Toth, 1519-20

Angioplasty procedures, 210

Battlefords Tribal Council Indian Health services, accreditation, member's statement

Murrell, 1144

Blood, umbilical cords, storage, awareness

Aldridge, 1795

Serby, 1795

Brain Awareness Week, March 16-22, 1998- See also Health care - Community based

Brain Awareness Week, March 16-22, 1998, member's statement

Murray, 102

BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders, Milden, 4

Canadian, envy of Ohio residents, member's statement

Murrell, 1379

Capital projects, 1827- See also South Country Health District

Centres

Bengough , long-term care services, 30th anniversary celebration, member's statement

Bradley, 1791

Cudworth, 1342

Davidson, construction, announcement, member's statement

Trew, 185

Diabetes counseling, Wilkie and Macklin, 4

Emergency services, 210

Rose Valley

Draude, 1294-5

Serby, 1294-5

Certified combined technician, position, Rose Valley, 1332

Chelation therapy- See Medicare

Clinics, private, 1911-12

Magnetic resonance imaging, 1911

Community based- See also- Health care - Services, reduction; Health care reform; Home care; Nurses - Clinical, advanced

Brain injuries, acquired, services, 210

Programs, introduction, 210

Crisis

Former MLA, L. Draper, concerns, member's statement

McLane, 612

Regina, member's statement

Aldridge, 304

Crisis, member's statement

Toth, 1143-4

Diabetes, 1333- See also Indians/First nations; Youth

Treatment, cost, 1334

Diagnostic tools, waiting lists

Julé, 923-4

Serby, 924

Diagnostic tools, waiting lists, member's statement

Aldridge, 554

Eating disorders- See also above BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders

Treatment, 209

Emergency services- See Health care -- Centres; Health care -- First responders, paging network, St. Brieux, improvement; Hospitals; Telephones - 911 emergency service

Emmett Hall Memorial Foundation, establishment, member's statement

Hamilton, 409

Facilities- See also Health care - Capital projects; Health care - Centres; Hospitals; Special care homes

Integrated, Pangman, member's statement

Bradley, 1576-7

New or upgraded across the province, 210

Stony Rapids- See Water - Sewer services

File Hills Agency health building, Okanese First Nations, member's statement

Osika, 1068

First responders, 1344-5

Better trained, 210

Paging network, St. Brieux, improvement

Julé, 1876

Lingenfelter, 1876

Skills competition winners, Edam, congratulations, member's statement

Stanger, 554

Fitness programs, 210

Funding, 210- See also Saskatoon Health District - Budget, deficit; Swift Current Health District - Services and staff, reductions

Cline, 280-1

Hillson, 280-1

Osika, 203-4, 1876

Romanow, 203-4

Serby, 1876

Federal government neglect, 210

Funding, M. (Murrell); amdt. (Toth)

Belanger, 966-9

McLane, 962-6

Murrell, 953

Thomson, 969-76

Toth, 957-9

Wall, 956-7

Ward, 960-2

Funding, member's statement

McLane, 1083-4

Murray, 219

Future directions, 1858

Hantavirus, 1351

Hepatitis C victims, compensation, 1312-15, 1913-14- See also Hepatitis C Compensation Commission Act (No. 744); Nurses - Positions, additional, funding

Bjornerud, 465-6

Calvert, 765-6

Crofford, 874-5

MacKinnon, 793

McLane, 446, 792-3, 950-1

Romanow, 1011-12

Serby, 446, 465-6, 793, 899-900, 920-1, 949, 951

Toth, 765, 874, 899, 920-1, 949, 1011-12

Exclusion

Cline, 279-80

McLane, 279-80

Toth, 279

Exclusion, member's statement

Osika, 303

Toth, 304

Expansion

Calvert, 1179

Toth, 1179

Free vote

Krawetz, 790-1

MacKinnon, 790-1

Fair and comprehensive plan, federal-provincial, M. (Toth)

Toth, 1017-18

Federal NDP leader's comments, member's statement

Aldridge, 763-4

Free vote

McLane, 822

Romanow, 822-3

Serby, 822

Toth, 822

Free vote, member's statement

McLane, 819

Krever commission recommendations, acceptance, M. (Toth); amdt. (Thomson); subamdt. (Draude); subamdt. (Heppner)

Draude, 833-4

Heppner, 835-6

McLane, 832-3

Murray, 833

Stanger, 834-5

Thomson, 829-30

Toth, 827-9

Ward, 830-2

Krever commission recommendations, acceptance, M. (Toth); amdt. (Thomson); subamdt. (Draude); subamdt. (Heppner); comments and questions

D'Autremont, 837

Murray, 837

Saskatchewan Party, position, member's statement

Aldridge, 949

Hepatitis C victims, compensation, member's statement

McLane, 897-8

Hip and knee replacements, 210

Immunization programs, expanded, 210

Information Network- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network

Injury prevention clinics, 210

Interprovincial, international, co-operation, 1303

Interprovincial co-operation, 1912-14

Kidney dialysis

Access, Swift Current district (Gwen Martens)

Aldridge, 2098-9

Atkinson, 2099

In-home, 208

Sites, expansion, two new sites, 210

Tisdale Satellite Dialysis Centre, opening, member's statement

Renaud, 1435

Usage and cost, 1333-4

Yorkton Regional Health Centre, expansion, 1338-9

Yorkton Regional Health Centre, expansion, member's statement

Renaud, 264

Kidney transplants- See Hospital waiting lists - Surgery

Liberal Party, Saskatchewan policies, member's statement

Aldridge, 672*-673*

Lyme's disease, 1350-1

Magnetic resonance imaging- See also Health care - Clinics, private; Regina General Hospital - MRI unit

Out-of-province (Howard Lees), cost, reimbursement, 1345-6

Waiting lists, 1345

Multiple sclerosis- See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Nation-wide carnation campaign kick-off, member's statement

Toth, 1009

Nation-wide carnation campaign kick-off and Battleford public awareness flag raising ceremony, member's statement

Murrell, 1009

Spring Fling Fashion Show, Saskatoon, member's statement

Haverstock, 408-9

Walkathon and MS neuro-science centre, Saskatoon, anniversary, member's statement

Haverstock, 1069

National system, threat, federal funding neglect, 210

"No better health system" statement, Arm River constituency member, anniversary, member's statement

Jess, 843

Northern Saskatchewan, telehealth pilot project, advanced medical skills and services, 210

Ombudsman, establishment- See also Saskatchewan Health Ombudsman Act (No. 210)

Bjornerud, 1598-9

Serby, 1598-9

Organ Donor Awareness Week, April 19-25, 1998, member's statement

Whitmore, 671*

Osteoporosis, diagnosis, DEXA Scan, purchase, 1854

Oxygen supplies, funding, 1861-2

Palliative care, fees, 1861

Palliative Care Week, May 11-16, 1998, Dr. Zachariah Thomas, tribute, member's statement

Koenker, 1084

Paralysis cure, Rick Hansen Institute, grant recipients, neuro-scientists, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement

Atkinson, 1435-6

Paramedics, better trained, 210

Parkinson's disease, research, 1332-3

Patient access, improvement, 4

Patient confidentiality- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network - Privacy concerns

Personal information- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network

Safeguard- See Health Information Protection Act

Premiums, 212

Professionals, 210

Health information, sharing- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network

Working conditions and stress

McLane, 737

Serby, 737-8

Renal dialysis- See above Kidney dialysis

Research- See Medical research

Review

Serby, 71-2

Toth, 71

Review, M. (Toth); amdt. (Kowalsky)

Bjornerud, 515-16

Kowalsky, 516-18

Murrell, 518-20

Toth, 511-14

Rural communities, 1300- See also Health care -- Centres; Health care -- First responders; Health care -- Kidney dialysis, sites; Hospitals - Closures; Physicians/doctors - Specialists, larger cities video links

McLane, 557

Romanow, 557

Redvers

McPherson, 497-8

Serby, 497-8

Services, reduction, member's statement

Draude, 871

McLane, 871

Surgical procedures, efficiency, 1848-50

Watrous

McLane, 351-2

Serby, 351-2

Scissors Creek Health Care Auxilliary, Whitewood, member's statement

Toth, 1419-20

Services

Osika, 1874-5

Romanow, 1954

Serby, 1874-5

Toth, 1954

Adequacy, (Laurel Radbourne), surgery

Bjornerud, 1521-2

Serby, 1521-3

Elimination, member's statement

McPherson, 1036

Ile-a-la-Crosse, community contributions, 1842

Northern Saskatchewan, co-operation, 1842

Reduction

Aldridge, 1040

McLane, 1040-1

Romanow, 1040-1

Vs. community based health care, 1298-300

Reduction, member's statement

McLane, 1083-4

Uranium City, 1840

Spinal Health Care Week, May 1-7, 1998, member's statement

Murray, 897

Tuberculosis, Northern Saskatchewan, high rates, housing, crowded conditions, contributing factor, 1842-3

Two-tier system, 1899-900, 1961- See also Medicare

Ultrasound technicians, 1345

Wellness and prevention, emphasis, 210

Wellness model- See Health care reform

Workers

Collective bargaining

Atkinson, 2067

McLane, 2066-7

Partnership, close, productive and co-operative, government commitment, 3-4

Walkout, Canadian Union of Public Employees

Aldridge, 1957

Calvert, 1957

Romanow, 1957

 

Health care reform, 3, 209, 728, 998-9, 1845-8, 1858, 1862-3, 1897-902, 1960-3- See also Health care - Review; Health care - Services, reduction vs. community based health care

Romanow, 1042

Serby, 1041

Toth, 1041

 

Health Department- See also Pasqua Hospital,- Regina- - Upgrading- (result of Plains Health Centre closure), funding, responsibility; Public service - Benefits, same-sex partners, eligibility; Regina General Hospital - Expansion (result of Plains Health Centre closure), funding, responsibility

Estimates (1998-99), 727-30, 998-1006, 1298-316, 1327-57, 1827-63

Aldridge, 1852-3

Belanger, 1839-43, 1845

Bjornerud, 1335-8

Calvert, 1349-57

D'Autremont, 1346-8, 1863

Draude, 1300-1, 1332-5

Haverstock, 1854-60

Julé, 1342-6, 1853-4

Krawetz, 1338-41

McLane, 1827-39

McPherson, 1001-6, 1827, 1848-52

Osika, 1843-7

Serby, 727-8, 998-1005, 1298-316, 1327-48, 1827-63

Toth, 728-30, 998-1001, 1298-9, 1301-16, 1327-31, 1349-57, 1860-3

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1863

Minister- See Nurses - Saskatchewan Union of Nurses, convention, Prince Albert

 

Health district boards- See also Community-based organizations - Funding; Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1998 (Fully Elected Health Boards); individual boards by name

Consultants, 1828

Deficits, 1001-2, 1852-3, 1961

Aldridge, 1071-2, 1714-15

Romanow, 1072

Serby, 1071-2, 1714-15

Employees, salaries, 1352-3

Funding- See also Hospitals - Closure, Carrot River, prevention

Osika, 267-8

Serby, 267-8

Acute care, ability to transfer, 1312

Block- See also Health Districts Amdt. Act 1998,- (Block Funding) (No. 211)

Cline, 309

Toth, 309

Global budget, 1312

Northern Saskatchewan, 1839-40, 1843-5

Reporting mechanism, through consultants, 1828

 

Health districts, 210- See also Health care - Community based, programs, introduction

Health improvement initiatives, funding, 1354-5

Rural, nursing positions, additional

Bjornerud, 1461

Romanow, 1461

 

Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1998 (Block Funding) (No. 211)

First reading

Toth, 671

 

Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1998 (Fully Elected Health Boards)

First reading

Toth, 671

 

Health Information Protection Act, 4

 

Hearing impaired persons- See Education

 

Heartland Motion Pictures- See Film industry - Maximum Dimension, children's television series

 

Heavy oil upgraders- See Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster

 

Hemp, industrial- See Noxious Weeds Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 37)

 

Hepatitis C- See Health care

 

Hepatitis C Compensation Commission Act (No. 744)

First reading; McLane, 905

Out of order. Withdrawn, 986

 

Hergott Farm Equipment, Humboldt- See Small business

 

Heritage

A Guide to Historic Sites publication, member's statement

Kasperski, 611

House of Prairie Memories, Belle Plaine, member's statement

Hamilton, 1144

 

High schools, 208

Drama awards, Swift Current Comprehensive High School, member's statement

Wall, 665

Yorkton Regional High School, E & C Quine Resource Centre, recognition, Brodart catalogue, member's statement

Serby, 410

 

High technology

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon, 2, 811-12

Heppner, 1451

MacKinnon, 1451

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon, member's statement

Whitmore, 2062

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon, ministerial statement (MacKinnon)

Boyd, 1465

Hillson, 1465-6

MacKinnon, 1464-5

 

Highway Fatality Marker Act (No. 752)

First reading; McLane, 1581

 

Highway safety- See Automobile and highway safety

 

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1998, (No. 38)

First reading

Lingenfelter, 877

Second reading

Draude, 1020

Lingenfelter, 930-1

Toth, 931

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Shillington, 1126-9

Toth, 1126-8

Third reading

Shillington, 1133

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 2) (No. 62)

First reading

Nilson, 1074

Second reading

Nilson, 1608

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1611

Third reading

Nilson, 1625

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Highways and roads, 206, 211-12- See also Economic development; Transportation - Area planning committees

Balcarres, Terminal T-22, access, Fort Qu'Appelle, 1809

Break-out, potential, preventative measures, 1249-50

Bridges, Outlook, official opening, member's statement

Wiens, 1983-4

Canada/Saskatchewan Agri-Infrastructure program, funding, 1250-1

Canoe Lake, Pinehouse and Turnor Lake, improvements, member's statement

Johnson, 2094

Construction and maintenance, 207- see also Asphalt industry; Highways and Transportation Department - Northern Saskatchewan, heavy equipment, road rebuilding program, social assistance recipients

Aggregate supply, 1818

Highway No. 334, 1818

Funding

McLane, 1296-7

Upshall, 1296-7

Highway No. 1, Piapot, safety concerns, 1676

Northern Saskatchewan

Belanger, 983-4

Goulet, 983-4

Prioritization, process, 1247-8

Projects, 889-90

Repair and/or resurfacing 3,000 kilometres, 207

Winter conditions, severity, impact, 1248

Construction and maintenance, member's statement

Ward, 220

Dangerous goods route, deterioration, west of Moose Jaw

Aldridge, 1666

Bradley, 1666

Romanow, 1666

Debris, clearing, responsibility, 1256-7

Deterioration, 1675-6- See also Economic development - South-west, transportation concerns; Highways and roads -- Pothole patrol hot line

Bjornerud, 1955

Bradley, 1955

Construction and maintenance

Bradley, 2064-5

D'Autremont, 2064-5

Grain trucks, large trucks, 1249

Highway No. 47, driver injury, Brenda Bod, compensation, 1669

Bjornerud, 1321, 1421

Bradley, 1321-2, 1421

Safety concerns, member's statement

Julé, 409-10

Vehicle damage

Chunks of pavement flying through grill (T. Coburn), 1812

McPherson, 1440

Romanow, 1440

Claims, 1809-10- See also Highways and Transportation Department

Compensation, advertising, 1811, 1823

Vicki Gabereau show, John McDermott's comments, member's statement

Aldridge, 1790

Warning flags, 1248-9, 1812-13, 1823

Eastend area, commitment, 1825

Fatalities, commemorative markers- See also Highway Fatality Marker Act- (No. 752)

Bradley, 1580-1

McLane, 1580

Fatalities, commemorative markers, petitions, 1594, 1868

Aldridge, 1569-70

Belanger, 1569

Hillson, 1570

McLane, 1569, 1788

McPherson, 1570

Osika, 1570

Four-lane, speed limit, increasing, 1253

Funding, 207, 1675-6

Bjornerud, 1322

Bradley, 1322

$2.5 billion over next 10 years, 4, 207, 892-4, 1251, 1668, 1928-9

Bjornerud, 1039, 1872-3

Bradley, 1039, 1872-3

Federal responsibility, 893-4

South-west area, 1826

Gravel, 1246-7

Highway No. 1- See also above Construction and maintenance

East of Indian Head, twinning, 1252-3

Four-lane, Gull Lake and Alberta border

Petition, St. Jerome School, Regina, students, member's statement

Aldridge, 186

Four-lane, Gull Lake and Alberta border, petitions, 198

Aldridge, 183-4

McPherson, 184

McLean access, Wood Country, 1809

Twinning- See also below National program

Aldridge, 72-3

Bradley, 73

Federal government responsibility, 207

Federal government support, negotiations, 1824

Funding agreements, petitions, 100, 124, 154, 218, 232, 248, 262, 274, 302, 328, 346, 376, 408, 440, 462, 492, 522, 552, 578, 610, 640, 662, 702, 732, 762, 978, 1008, 1034, 1064, 1082, 1114, 1142, 1172, 1200, 1230, 1260, 1290, 1318, 1376, 1432, 1446, 1458, 1518, 1570, 1594, 1660, 1708, 1789, 1868, 1950, 1982, 2094

Aldridge, 1787

Bjornerud, 99, 1707

Boyd, 123

D'Autremont, 99

Draude, 99

Goohsen, 100, 124, 154, 218, 232, 248, 262, 274, 302, 328, 346, 376, 408, 440, 462, 492, 521, 552, 578, 610, 640, 670*, 702, 731-2, 946, 978, 1008, 1034, 1064, 1082, 1114, 1142, 1172, 1200, 1230, 1260, 1290, 1318, 1376, 1432, 1446, 1458, 1518, 1570, 1594, 1660, 1708, 1788-9, 1868, 1950, 1982, 2061, 2125

Heppner, 99, 123

Krawetz, 1707, 1949

Toth, 99

Gull Lake to Tompkins, 207

Indian Head to Wolseley, 207

West of Gull Lake, contracts, Cee Gee Earth Moving Ltd. and Wappel- Construction Company Ltd., member's statement

Wall, 1790

Twinning, petitions, 36, 66, 184, 198

Aldridge, 65

Belanger, 65-6

Bjornerud, 7, 65

Goohsen, 8, 35, 66, 184

Heppner, 65

McLane, 66

McPherson, 66

Osika, 66

Toth, 197

Highway No. 4, deterioration, 1672-4

Highway No. 5

Completion, problems, 1254

Reclassification, portions in different classes, 1255-6

Highway No. 8, north of Fairlight, construction or upgrading, 1250-1

Highway No. 12, twinning, Saskatoon to Martensville, 208

Highway No. 13

Admiral, deterioration, vehicle damage, claim

Bradley, 1439

McPherson, 1439

Assiniboia to Shaunavon, 1671-2

Deterioration, 1824

Repairs, 1670-1

Stoughton to Arcola, repairs, 890-1

Highway No. 15

Diefenbaker lake resort, access, 1806

From Highway No. 9 to Highway No. 16, reconstruction vs. gravel, 1246

Highway No. 16- See- below- Highway No. 40, relocation to east of the David Laird campground

Twinning, 207

Highway No. 19, Diefenbaker lake resort, access, 1806

Highway No. 20, between Lanigan and Humboldt, 1814

Highway No. 21, south, deterioration, 1824

Highway No. 30, Eston, south to Riverside Park, poor condition, 1805

Highway No. 33, bridge, repair, 889

Highway No. 35, potholes, 891

Highway No. 37, Climax, deterioration- See above- Deterioration - Vehicle damage - Chunks of pavement

Highway No. 40

Relocation to east of the David Laird campground, member's statement

Hillson, 734, 843-4

Relocation to east of the David Laird Campground, petitions, 896, 917, 946, 1376, 1518, 1570, 1660, 1708, 1789, 1950, 2093

Hillson, 870, 895, 917, 946, 1317, 1376, 1457, 1517, 1593, 1660, 1708, 1867-8, 2061

Highway No. 42, Diefenbaker lake resort, access, 1806

Highway No. 44

Davidson grain terminals, access, 1807-8

Diefenbaker lake resort, access, 1806

Eston, west to Glidden, poor condition, 1805

West of Davidson, vehicle damage, compensation, 1676-7

Bradley, 1601

McLane, 1601

Highway No. 47- See also above Deterioration - Highway No. 47

South of Highway No. 1 and No. 48, resurfacing, 1251-2

Between Stoughton and Highway No. 1, dangerous condition, 1809

Highway No. 48

Construction or upgrading, 1250-1

Through Kipling, maintenance and repair, responsibility, 1804

Highway No. 155

To Garson Lake, connection, 1815-16

Green Lake, to Beauval to Buffalo Narrows and north, 1655-6, 1814

Belanger, 1423-4

Bradley, 1423-4

Highway No. 312, deterioration reconstruction, 1669

Highway No. 317, poor condition, 1805

Highway No. 334, Avonlea and Highway No. 339, leading to Claybank Brick Plant historic site, 1819-20

Highway No. 349, gravel portion, repair and pave, petitions, 2094, 2125

Draude, 2061, 2093

Highway No. 363, west of Moose Jaw, resurfacing, breaking apart, 1818-19

Highway No. 903, super highway, Meadow Lake to Ft. McMurray, Alberta, communities, adverse effects, 1815-16

Langenburg, Kamsack, funding assistance, 785

Loads, increased, 4, 207

Main farm access, 1461

Main highways, Alberta, Manitoba, United States, tourism traffic, priority, 1809

National program

Bjornerud, 1712-13

Bradley, 1712-13

Implementation, failure, federal government, condemnation, 1804-5, 1880, 1925-8

Implementation, failure, federal government, condemnation, M. (Bjornerud)

Bjornerud, 1716

Importance, 1924-5

Responsibility, federal government, assuming, 4, 207

Responsibility, federal government, assuming, M. (Jess)

Belanger, 1217-21

Bjornerud, 1213-15

Heppner, 1222-4

Hillson, 1215-17

Jess, 1208-10

Johnson, 1221-2

Renaud, 1210-13

Northern Saskatchewan- See also above Construction and maintenance; Highway No. 903

Construction and maintenance, 1817-18

Funding, Northern Resource Trucking, contribution, 1817

Meadow Lake, north, funding, 1814-15

Pothole patrol hot line, member's statement

Aldridge, 1292

Potholes- See also above- Highway No. 35

Vehicle damage, 1244

Compensation, 891, 893, 1817

Responsibility, arbitration, 1244-5

Preservation, intensive, definition, 1252, 1671

Projects, benefit-cost analysis ranking list, 1810, 1819-20

Reclassification system, 1247

Red Coat Trail- See above Highway No. 13

Riverhurst ferry, 1807-8

Rural

Funding, 209

Bjornerud, 221-2

Cline, 221-2

Grain transportation, offloading, 4

Grid road, outside of McLean, large rock, vehicle damage (C. Goodman), 1642-3

Maintenance

Cost-sharing

Osika, 876

Teichrob, 876

Funding, accident statistics

Bjornerud, 643

Teichrob, 643

Reclassification, 1255

Traffic diverting from deteriorating highways, 1246, 1640-1

Rural municipalities, engineering, 1461-2

Safety concerns, 1820, 1823

Secondary highway system, rebuilding, 1825

Secondary highway system, rebuilding, petitions, 1982, 2029, 2125

Goohsen, 2093

McPherson, 1950

South-west Frenchman Valley Rural Development Co-operative, brief; 1670, 1675

Stenen, access road, resurfacing, 1256

Surfacing

Contractors, quality of work, 1245-6

Vs. preservation resurfacing, 1253

Determination, criteria, 1253-4

Trans-Canada Highway- See above Highway No. 1

Vehicle damage- See above Deterioration

Windshield damage

Claims, 1810

Claims (L. McGillicky), 1810-12

Winter maintenance, Yorkton area, 1255

Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest

Bradley, 2096-7

D'Autremont, 2096

Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2094, 2126

Yellowhead highway- See above Highway No. 16

 

Highways and Transportation Department- See also Automobile and highway safety - Accidents; Education - Partnership in education program

Advertising and communications, expenses, 1822-3

Assets, supplies, disposal and officials responsible, 1821-2

Equipment, disposal, 1822

Estimates (1998-99), 889-94, 1243-57, 1668-77, 1804-27

Aldridge, 1806, 1818-23

Belanger, 1814-17

Bjornerud, 1244-7, 1668-9, 1677, 1804-5

Boyd, 1805

Bradley, 889-94, 1243-57, 1668-72, 1675-7, 1804-26

D'Autremont, 889-94

Gantefoer, 1248-9

Goohsen, 1824-6

Heppner, 1669

Julé, 1813-14

Krawetz, 1253-7

McLane, 1676-7, 1806-8

McPherson, 1670-7, 1809-13

Osika, 1809

Toth, 1249-53, 1804

Upshall, 1672-4

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1827

Liability insurance, 1244

Northern Saskatchewan, heavy equipment, road rebuilding program, social assistance recipients, 1816-17

Offices, Yorkton, relocation to Saskatoon, assessment, 1254-5

Vehicle damage, claims, 1677

Bradley, 1601

McLane, 1601

 

Hitachi plant, Saskatoon- See Economy - strong

 

Hjertaas, Dr. Orville- See Citizens - Condolences; Honours and awards - Order of Canada

 

Hockey- See Sports

 

Hog industry

Feed mill, North Battleford, construction, member's statement

Jess, 1231

Loans, Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, 1559-60

Processing plant, proposed, Maple leaf, Economic and Co-operative Department, role, 1565

Sinnett Pork Farms, Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, equity investment, 1564

 

Holocaust

Remembrance Day, April 23, 1998, member's statement

Whitmore, 733

 

Home care, 1344, 1835-6

Atkinson, 2035-6

Haverstock, 2035-6

Co-operative care homes, funding, 1861

Funding, 210, 1854

Intravenous therapy, 210

Nursing care, 210

Workers, call-out provisions, labour standards, adherence, 1634

 

Home schooling- See Education

 

Homesteading

Northern Saskatchewan, rural underground distribution program, 1651

 

Honours and awards- See also Agribition - Outstanding Agricultural Ambassador Award; Volunteers - Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal, recipients

Governor General's Caring Canadian award, recipient, Tony Brezinski, Regina, member's statement

Lingenfelter, 1319-20

Lieutenant Governor's Award for Outstanding Service in Rural Saskatchewan, Joe Stakiw, member's statement

Stanger, 102

Medal of Bravery, recipients, introduction

Haverstock, 842

McPherson, 842

Sonntag, 842

Tchorzewski, 842

Order of Canada

Dr. Orville Hjertaas, congratulations, member's statement

Kowalsky, 11

Recipients, introduction

Calvert, 841

Cline, 841

Sonntag, 841

Order of Military Merit, recipients, introduction; Speaker, 841-2

Recipients, recognition, 1

Krawetz, 841

Osika, 841

Romanow, 840-1

Speaker, 840

Saskatchewan Order of Merit, recipients, introduction and recognition

Lorje, 842

McPherson, 842

Sonntag, 842

 

Hospital waiting-lists, 1302-3, 1831, 1850, 1897, 1901, 1960- See also Health care - Diagnostic tools

Cline, 223-4

Osika, 223-4

Oncology- See also below Surgery - Cancer

Oncology, (Alick Paterson), member's statement

McLane, 1458, 1520

Reduction, 50%, cost, 1006

Saskatoon, reduction, cost, 1003-6

Surgery- See also Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon

McLane, 901-3

Romanow, 903

Serby, 901-3

Broken hip (Hope Sawin) Coronach, 1850

Cancer

McPherson, 1794-5

Serby, 1794-5

Cataract, regional hospitals

McPherson, 1014-15

Serby, 1014-15

Cystoscopy, Carievale patient

Atkinson, 2099

McLane, 2099

Hip replacement, Maple Creek patient (Richard Howell)

Atkinson, 2100

Goohsen, 2100

Kidney transplant (Jill Miner), 1351-2

Saskatoon Health District

McLane, 1013-14

Serby, 1013-14

Surgery, (L. Prystupa)

Bjornerud, 921-2

Serby, 921-2

Government member's conduct, Premier apologize, member's statement

McPherson, 947

Government sensitivity

Osika, 984

Romanow, 984

Surgery, member's statement

Aldridge, 1597

Survey

McLane, 1713-14

Serby, 1714

 

Hospital waiting-lists, M. (Aldridge)

Aldridge, 1395-7

Murray, 1402-3

Osika, 1400-2

Thomson, 1397-400

Van Mulligen, 1407-13

Wall, 1403-7

 

Hospitality industry- See Tourism

 

Hospitals, 4- See also City Hospital, Saskatoon; Pasqua Hospital, Regina; Plains Health Centre, Regina; Regina General Hospital; Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon

Beds

Acute care, 1863, 1898

Cost of operating, 1315, 1330

Atkinson, report, recommendation

Cline, 1120

McLane, 1119-20

Availability, 1302-3

Average daily census, 1303-4

Closure, 1960, 1962-3

Easter holidays

McLane, 467-8

Serby, 468

Summer months and holidays, 1851-2

Summertime

Aldridge, 1956

Calvert, 1956-7

Romanow, 1956

Yorkton

Bjornerud, 644-5

Calvert, 644-5

Critical care, shortage, 1338-40

Critical care, shortage, member's statement

McLane, 524

Emergency services, member's statement

McLane, 1661

Long-term care, 1863

Reduction- See also Living Sky Health District

Davidson, 1833-7

Appeal process, 1834-7

Study

McLane, 676*-677*

Romanow, 676*-677*

Swift Current Regional Hospital, 1003

McPherson, 615-16

Serby, 615-16

Swift Current Regional Hospital, member's statement

McPherson, 641-2

Rural, patients vs. urban patients, 1315-16

Shortages, 1848-9, 1960, 1962-3

McPherson, 1451-2

Romanow, 527

Serby, 527, 1451-2

Toth, 526-7

Surgery patients, early discharge

McLane, 584, 1665-6

Serby, 584-5, 1665-6

Yorkton, 1337

Serby, 1038-9

Toth, 1038

Shortages, member's statement

Osika, 612

Usage vs. funding, 1304-5

Closure- See also Living Sky Health District - Nurses, memo re patient's record, confidentiality

Carrot River

Gantefoer, 1037-8, 1294

Serby, 1037-8, 1085-6, 1294

Toth, 1085-6

North-East Health District Board, consultant, 1827-8

Prevention, 1829

McLane, 1382

Serby, 1382-3

Prevention, member's statement

McLane, 1378

Prevention, petitions, 1290, 1318, 1416, 1432, 1660, 1868, 1950

Bjornerud, 1375, 1415

D'Autremont, 1289

Draude, 1259, 1787

Gantefoer, 1259, 1289, 1594, 1867

Heppner, 1375

Krawetz, 1259, 1375, 1431

Toth, 1289, 1375, 1415

Central Butte, prevention, M. (McLane)

McLane, 2133

Lanigan

Cline, 307-9

Osika, 308-9

Romanow, 309

Toth, 307, 309

Community, convalescent care, 1340-1

Construction, funding, Melville

Osika, 445-6

Serby, 445-6

Conversion- See Health care - Centres, Cudworth

Regional- See also above- Beds - Reduction

Emergency services, anesthetists, North Battleford

Calvert, 665-6

Cline, 557-8

Hillson, 557-8

Toth, 665-6

La Loche, St. Martin's Hospital, replacement, 1841

Local needs, community-led health boards, tailoring, 4

Post-operative care and specialized services, consideration, 1307, 1330-2

Services, expansion, 1336-7

Draude, 1012-13

Serby, 1012-13

Replacement or upgrade, 206

Rural

Closure, 1902-3

Funding, 1002-3

Saskatoon- See also City Hospital, Saskatoon; Royal University Hospital,- Saskatoon

Specialist services, increased such as kidney and cancer treatments and CT scanning, 210

Upgraded, modern, base hospitals with full range of quality services for all Saskatchewan citizens, 210

St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Humboldt

Redevelopment project, 1301, 1342, 1854

Surgery- See also Health care - Rural communities; Hospital waiting lists

Cataract, 210

Early release, re-admission, 1302-3

Out-of-province, 1850

Terminology, guidelines, 1839

Tertiary centres vs. primary centres, 1315

 

Hospitals, Regina

Beds, 1356

Calvert, 1266-7

McPherson, 1266-7

Romanow, 1267

Acute care, 1961

Reduction, 729-30

Shortage

Aldridge, 1207

Romanow, 1207

Post-surgery (G. Frith)

Cline, 306

D'Autremont, 305-6

Shortage, member's statement

McPherson, 553

Consolidation, two strong, effective 21st century base hospitals, 4- see also Pasqua Hospital, Regina - Upgrading; Regina General Hospital - Expansion

Cost, 1851

Aldridge, 1422-3

Serby, 1422-3

Emergency services

Atkinson, 2033-4

Calvert, 645-6

D'Autremont, 464-5

McLane, 645-6

Serby, 443-4, 464-5, 583-4, 792

Toth, 443, 583, 792, 2033

Rural residents, information, Regina South constituency, member's statement

Osika, 1595-6

Yorkton patient, availability

Osika, 1462-3, 1523-4

Serby, 1462-4, 1524-5

College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan, referral

Osika, 1579-80

Serby, 1579-80

Operating rooms and number of surgeries per day, 1354

Ownership, 1781

Security and parking, availability

Osika, 2131-2

Romanow, 2131-2

Specialist services, increased, such as kidney and cancer treatments and CT scanning, 210

Surgeries, heart and neurosurgery, 1354

Upgraded

Modern, base hospitals with a full range of quality services for all Saskatchewan residents, 210

Property tax contribution, 1316

 

Housing, 3- See also Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department; Saskatchewan Housing Corporation; Senior citizens

Affordable, initiatives, more families benefitting, 210

Condominium project, Wadena, member's statement

Wall, 2063

Local housing authorities, volunteers, Roger Laventure, Leoville and Luella Friesen, Spiritwood, recognition, member's statement

Johnson, 1263

Low income families

Core neighbourhood, partnership, establishment, member's statement

Pringle, 103

Habitat for Humanity, 5th annual Ed Schreyer work project, Regina, member's statement

Lingenfelter, 1520

Low-rental units, 1642

Northern Saskatchewan- See also Health care - Tuberculosis

Comprehensive strategy, 1648-52

Remote housing program, 1649-52

Remote housing program, member's statement

Johnson, 348

Strategy, member's statement

Belanger, 1263

Working families, 1649-52

Starts, member's statement

Kowalsky, 1983

 

Howell, Richard- See Hospital waiting-lists - Surgery, hip replacement, Maple Creek patient

 

Human Resources Development Canada- See Employment - Programs and services

 

Human rights- See also Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, United Nations, 50th anniversary, commemoration, ministerial statement (Shillington)

Belanger, 1326-7

Heppner, 1326

Julé, 1327

Shillington, 1326

 

Humboldt, Sask.- See Carlton Trail Regional College, Humboldt; Communities; Hospitals; Hospitals - Regional; Hospitals - St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Humboldt; Schools - Construction; Special care homes; Water - Pipelines, replacement, responsibility, Stony Lake; Water supply - Rural, contamination

 

Hunters/Hunting- See also Outfitting industry

All-terrain vehicle use, helmet vs. red cap, regulations, 1752

International Hunter Education Association, Canadian representative, John Panio, election, member's statement

Scott, 1870

Metis rights

D'Autremont, 1204-5

Heppner, 1145

Mitchell, 1204-5

Scott, 1145-6

Night hunting, ban

Aboriginal and Metis cooperation, petitions, 36, 100, 218, 440, 1789, 1868, 1950, 1982

Bjornerud, 217, 407, 1949

Boyd, 153, 1949

D'Autremont, 7, 217, 1707, 1867, 1949

Draude, 65, 217, 1949

Gantefoer, 217

Heppner, 153, 217

Krawetz, 65, 197, 217

McLane, 1708

Toth, 65, 183, 1949

Legislation, petitions, 66, 124, 154, 184, 198, 232, 248, 1789

Hillson, 124, 1788

McLane, 35, 100, 124, 184, 232

McPherson, 100

Osika, 35, 99

Wildlife outfitter leases, inactive, 688

 

Hurst, Mike- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Legal counsel, Mike Hurst (Milner Fenerty)

 

I

 

Ile-a-la-Crosse, Sask.- See Fire protection; Health care - Services

 

Impaired driving

Blood alcohol level, reading, disclosing to driver, 1165-6

Penalties, fine on top of 24-hour license suspensions, Students Against Drinking and Driving, proposal

Draude, 1579

Nilson, 1579

Students Against Drinking and Driving, 10th annual convention, Saskatoon, member's statement

Murrell, 2031

 

Income, 206- See also Farm income

Family Income Plan, funding, 1540

Low- See also Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit; Family; Housing; Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement; Senior citizens

Taxation, elimination, 211

Provincial taxable income, total, 1733

Saskatchewan employment supplement, 2, 211, 862-5- See also Self-employed; Social Services Department - Computer program

Administration costs, 1538-9

Average benefit per household, 1539

Maternity and paternity benefits, regarding as regular employment insurance benefits

Calvert, 1958

Haverstock, 1958

Social assistance recipients, 1539

 

Income tax

Appeal, Tax Court of Canada, Prince Albert resident, 1642

Base, growth, 1076

Debt reduction surtax, 1076-8

Revenue, 1075

Revenue, 1997-98, comparison, 1076

Deductions, increase, 1076

Flat tax

Revenue, 1075

Revenue, 1997-98, comparison, 1075

High income surcharge, revenue, 1075

High income surtax, revenue, 1997-98, comparison, 1076

Provincial

Revenue, 1075

Revenue, 1997-98, comparison, 1075

Rate, reduction, 211-12

Reduction, 212, 1076

Revenue, 1075

Revenue, 1997-98, comparison, 1075

 

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 48)

First reading

Cline, 985

Second reading

Cline, 1154-5

Gantefoer, 1155

Kowalsky, 1155

Committee of the Whole Assembly

MacKinnon, 1555

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1556

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Indian and Metis Affairs Secretariat- See Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

 

Indian Winter Games- See Sports

 

Indians/First Nations, 3- See also- Art/artists - Aboriginal artists; Family - Violence, victims, aboriginal community; Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department; Mining industry - Multi-party training plan; Public service - Aboriginal ancestry; Saskatchewan Indian Federated College; Schools - On reserve; Youth - 1998 SaskTel Aboriginal Youth Awards of Excellence, Regina

Aboriginal Awareness Week, May 19-22, 1998, member's statement

Belanger, 1202

Goulet, 1201-2

Aboriginal Employment Development Program, building on and renewing, 3

Awasis Conference relating to the improvement of education and aboriginal peoples, April 1-3, 1998, member's statement

Goulet, 463

Diabetes, 1334

Economic force, 3

Employment agreement, Prince Albert Health District and Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department, member's statement

Kowalsky, 1378

Equality, 1919-21

Funding accountability

Cline, 13-14

Draude, 13-14

Toth, 16

Wiens, 16

Health care, federal funding, 1353-4

Land claims- See also Indians/First nations - Treaty land entitlements

Federal committee, funding, provincial, 547

Police services, community, 572

Reserve, police services, funding, 1165

Residential schools, claims, pay-outs, 547

Sales taxes, 1921-2

Negotiations, 1737

Off-reserve purchases, vs. on-reserve purchases, proposal, 1737

On-reserve purchases, potential revenue, provincial debt, elimination, 1738

Self-government- See Provincial- Court of Saskatchewan - Beardy's Reserve

Sentencing circles, 571-2, 1165

Rapist, new assault charges, 571-2

Social indicators, Indian Affairs and Northern Development Canada, report, member's statement

Hillson, 2095

Treaty land entitlements- See also Community pastures - Meeting Lake; Recreational areas - Bronson Lake and Meeting Lake; Water - Kelvington Conservation and Development Area Authority

Delgamuuko case, Supreme Court of Canada ruling, impact, 572-3

Funding, provincial share, special warrant, 547

Northern Saskatchewan, Crown land, 549-50

 

Industrial research assistance program- See Science and technology

 

Industry- See also Education, post-secondary, strengthening through partnerships; Regional colleges - Adult basic education, partners; Training programs

Climate for investment and growth, creation, 206-7- See also Research and development - Income tax credit

Emerging, skill needs- See Training programs - Institutional Quick Response Training

Expansion, sectors targeted, 1558

 

Information technology- See Physicians/Doctors - Specialists, larger cities, video links; Research and development - Income tax credit; Saskatchewan Health Information Network

 

Infrastructure- See Economic development - South-west, natural gas plants, construction; Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Northern Saskatchewan- See Northern Saskatchewan - Community development, strategy, development

 

Insurance- See Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 45); Crop insurance; Crown Life Insurance Company; Employment insurance; Highways and Transportation Department - Liability insurance; Motor vehicle insurance; Saskatchewan Government Insurance; Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 47); Teachers' Life Insurance (Government Contributory) Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 53)

 

Intercontinental Packers- See Citizens - Mitchell, Fred

 

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department- See also Indians/First Nations - Employment agreement; Northern Enterprise Fund Inc.

Aboriginal affairs

Funding

Programs, 546

Versus intergovernmental affairs, funding, 545-6

Joining with intergovernmental affairs, rationale, 542

Activities, overview, 542

Estimates (1998-99), 542-50, 656-60, 1700

Belanger, 547-50

Draude, 542-7

Heppner, 656-60

Shillington, 656-60

Wiens, 542-50

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1700

Employees, personal service contracts, 543

Funding vs. staffing, 542

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, facilities, payments, 543

Travel, out of province, 543

 

Interim supply- See Motions for supply (interim)

 

International aid- See Saskatchewan Council for International Co-operation

 

Internet- See also Government - Web site

Communications/information tool for women

Funding, 1699

Middle Lake, 1698

Presentations, travel cost, 1592

Rural communities, 1592

Communications/information tool for women, member's statement

Murray, 673*

 

Interprovincial co-operation- See Health care

 

Investment- See also Economic and Co-operative Development Department - Investment Programs Branch

Multilateral agreement- See also Cameco Corporation - Kyrgyzstan, sodium cyanide spill

Julé, 107

Romanow, 107

 

J

 

Jaseyounen, Napoleon- See Disabled and handicapped persons

 

Javier, Dr. Joseph- See Hospitals, Regina - Emergency services, Yorkton patient, availability

 

Jaws of Life- See Motor vehicles - Accidents, Northern Saskatchewan

 

Jazz- See Music - SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, June 19-28, 1998, Saskatoon

 

Job creation- See Employment development

 

JobStart program- See Training programs

 

Joel, Danny- See Automobile and highway safety - Accident, Highways and Transportation Department vehicle collision

 

Johnson, Brian- See Crown Life Insurance Company - Sale, Canada Life

 

Johnston, Joanne- See Health care - Rural communities, Redvers

 

Jones, Donald- See Hospitals - Beds, shortages

 

Judges- See also Provincial Court Act, 1998 (No. 33)

Decisions, 1168

Supreme Court of Canada, retired Chief Justice, Brian Dickson, death, tribute, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Heppner, 2037

Nilson, 2036-7

Osika, 2037

 

Juice boxes- See SARCAN- (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) - Recycling programs, expansion

 

Jury Act, 1998 (No. 59)

First reading

Nilson, 1074

Second reading

Nilson, 1607

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1609

Third reading

Nilson, 1625

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Justason, Eileen- See Hospitals - Beds, shortages

 

Justice, administration- See also Correctional centres; Indians/First nations - Sentencing circles; Offenders; Young offenders

Aboriginal Human Services Co-op, funding, 1164

Arrest warrants, 1163

Bail, violent offences, R. Bellegarde case

Draude, 1118

Nilson, 1118

Jury members, called as witnesses, 573-4

Public confidence, 1162-3

 

Justice Department- See also Children - Custody and access, study

Coroner's branch, reports, waiting time, 574

Estimates (1998-99), 570-6, 1162-70

Bjornerud, 1165-6

Boyd, 1162-3

D'Autremont, 1168-70

Draude, 572-3, 1163-5

Heppner, 570-6, 1166-8

Nilson, 570-6, 1162-70

Shillington, 574

Toth, 574

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1170

Legal services branch, communications, staff, increase, 570-1

Public prosecutions, funding, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Heppner, 904

Hillson, 905

Nilson, 904

Public Prosecutions Branch- See Sexual assault/offences- - Charges, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations

Staff, increase, 570

 

K

 

Kaban, Mike- See Hospitals - Beds, shortages, Yorkton

 

Kamsack, Sask.- See Highways and roads; New Careers Corporation - Building, Kamsack

 

Kelvington, Sask.- See Citizenship - Canadian citizenship, celebration, Robert Melrose Elementary School

 

Kelvington Conservation and Development Area Authority- See Water

 

Kennedy, Sheldon- See Child sexual abuse - Awareness raising and fund-raising efforts

 

Kenny, Brian- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Legal opinions

 

Kenosee Youth Camp- See Young Offenders

 

Kentucky Fried Chicken- See Small business

 

Kindersley, Sask.- See Special care homes

 

Kinsmen- See also Volunteers - Wilkie Kinsmen Club and Macklin Kinsmen Club

Telemiracle, member's statement

Krawetz, 11

Wall, 11

 

Kleinser, Natalie- See Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations - Disability plan benefits

 

Koester, Charles Beverley (former Clerk of Legislative Assembly)- See Condolences

 

Kortje, Jennifer- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 1, twinning

 

Kram, Larry- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Legal opinions

 

Kramer, Eiling (former MLA)- See Auctions

 

Krever (Justice Horace) Commission- See Health care - Hepatitis C victims, compensation

 

Kyoto agreement- See Cameco Corporation - Kyrgyzstan, sodium cyanide spill; Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Reduction

 

L

 

La Loche, Sask.- See Hospitals; Sports - Wrestling

 

Labour Department

Estimates (1998-99), 755-9, 1626-37

Aldridge, 1634-6

Bjornerud, 756-9

Boyd, 1626-33

Hillson, 1633-4

Mitchell, 755-9, 1626-37

Toth, 1636-7

 

Labour disputes- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Collective bargaining

 

Labour force- See also Family - Work, balance, task force; Self-employed; Workplace; Youth - Employment, training and retraining

Group termination provisions, 758

Injured workers- See Workers'- Compensation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 29)

May Day, May 1, 1998, celebrations, member's statement

Wall, 899

Safety in the workplace- See Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 29)

Skilled, 3, 208- See also Training programs - Strategy, Made in Saskatchewan

Statistics, member's statement

Kasperski, 553-4

Workers killed and injured, Day of Mourning, April 28, 1998

Aldridge, 826

Haverstock, 826

Mitchell, 825-6

Saskatchewan Party, commemoration, member's statement

Aldridge, 820

Workers killed and injured, Day of Mourning, April 28, 1998, member's statement

Krawetz, 818

Trew, 818

 

Labour market- See also Training programs

Canada-Saskatchewan Agreement on Labour Market Development

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department, effect, 1137

Programs, funding, 1138

Provincial jurisdiction, transfer, 1720

 

Labour standards- See also Home care - Workers, call-out provisions

Northern Saskatchewan, 1161

 

Labour Standards Act- See also Crime - Video store robbery victim; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Employees, termination

Employment termination, 10 or more employees, non-compliance, 757

 

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 1998 (Indexed Minimum Wage Initial Rate) (No. 234)

First reading

Goohsen, 108

 

Lac La Ronge, Sask.- See Northern Development Fund; Northlands College, Lac La Ronge

 

Lac La Ronge Band- See Forest industry - Wapa Weeka saw mill, construction

 

Land- See also Crown land; Farm land; Indians/First Nations; Oil industry; Wildlife Development Fund

Sale

Environmental audit, requirement, 1748

Environmental clean-up, leaking fuel tank spill, Carlyle, 1748-9

 

Land Titles

Backlog, alleviation, funding, 576

 

Langbank, Sask.- See Schools - Capital construction, approval and funding, criteria

 

Langenburg, Sask. -See Highways and roads; Water - Drainage

 

Language, inappropriate- See Legislative Assembly; Speaker and Deputy Speaker, rulings and statements

 

Lanigan, Sask.- See Hospitals - Closures

 

Last Mountain Lake- See Water - Levels

 

Layton, Lewis- See Wilderness areas - Preservation, Megan forest, Churchill River basin ecosystem

 

Leader, Sask.- See Rural communities

 

League of Educational Administrators, Directors and Superintendents- See School divisions - Amalgamation

 

Legislation

Estimates (1998-99), 1133-6

Draude, 1133-6

Nilson, 1133-6

 

Legislative Assembly

Cafeteria, manager, Peter Chartrand, farewell, member's statement

Haverstock, 872-3

Duration- See Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act , 1998 (Duration of Assembly) (No. 221)

Estimates (1998-99), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 925

Estimates supplementary (1997-98), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 925

Language, inappropriate

"Brown shirt," apology; Shillington, 193

"Brown shirts," Premier's alleged remark , apology

Krawetz, 201

Romanow, 201

Opening ceremonies

Speaker, 5-6

Pages introduction

Speaker, 5, 1981

Proceed to item 4 under private members' public Bills and orders, adjourned debates, M. (Bjornerud)

Bjornerud, 1215

Proceed to orders of the day, M. (Draude)

Draude, 1529

Proceed to orders of the day, private members' public Bills and orders, adjourned debates, item 4, M. (Toth)

Toth, 1392

Proceedings, filibuster, Saskatchewan Party, member's statement

Hillson, 1449

Prorogation- See Lieutenant Governor

Public presentations- See Legislative Assembly Public Presentations Act (No. 208)

Saskatchewan Elocution and Debate Association model historic legislature, member's statement

Thomson, 1069

Sergeant-at-Arms, birthday greeting

Krawetz, 660

Shillington, 660

Speaker, 660

Sessional dates- See Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act , 1998 (Sessional Dates)- (No. 217)

Visitor Services- See Tourism

Votes

Free, allowing- See Health care - Hepatitis C victims, compensation; Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (FREE VOTES) (No. 227); Plains Health Centre, Regina - Closure

Recorded- See Divisions (recorded votes)

Votes and proceedings, printing, M. (Romanow)

Romanow, 5

 

Legislative Assembly - Adjournment

March 30, 1998, recess to honour Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal recipients, M. (Kowalsky)

Kowalsky, 336

May 11, 1998, recess to honour Saskatchewan Olympians, M. (Shillington)

Shillington, 1074-5

June 3, 1998, recess to honour 125th anniversary of the RCMP, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 1582

June 11, 1998

D'Autremont, 1979

Krawetz, 1978

MacKinnon, 1977-8

Osika, 1978-9

Speaker, 1979-80

Recess to honour Tommy Douglas, honours medals, presentation, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 1968

October 21, 1998, M. (MacKinnon); amdt. (Gantefoer)

Bjornerud, 2117-22

Boyd, 2122-4

D'Autremont, 2075-80

Draude, 2102-5

Gantefoer, 2085-91, 2102-3

Heppner, 2105-13

Hillson, 2113-16

Krawetz, 2068-75, 2135-6

Osika, 2116-17

Toth, 2080-5, 2134-5

Withdrawal

Krawetz, 2128

MacKinnon, 2128

 

Legislative Assembly - Announcements

Saskatchewan Olympians, tea to honour

Speaker, 1074

 

Legislative Assembly - Hours of sitting

June 4, 1998 until adjournment, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 1604

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (Duration of Assembly) (No. 221)

First reading

Haverstock, 75

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (FREE VOTES) (No. 227)

First reading

Krawetz, 825

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1998 (Sessional Dates) (No. 217)

First reading

Haverstock, 75

 

Legislative Assembly members

Athabasca constituency

National native role model program, Saskatchewan region award, member's statement

Hillson, 329

Presentation

Romanow, 2139

Resignation

Speaker, 1981

Welcome

Speaker, 2139

Behaviour, member's statement

Osika, 1952

Cannington constituency, son Nicholas, accident, get well wishes, member's statement

Heppner, 580-1

Osika, 579

First woman, Sarah Ramsland, tribute, member's statement

Hillson, 2031-2

Leave of absence

Battleford-Cut Knife, Kindersley and Melville, May 19-21, 1998, Midwestern Legislative Exchange, Columbus, Ohio, M. (Shillington)

Shillington, 1079

Carrot River Valley and Saskatchewan Rivers, October 19-23, 1998, CPA Canadian Regional Council, Washington, D.C., M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 2058

Last Mountain-Touchwood, May 5-22, 1998, Commonwealth parliamentary visit, Westminster, M. (Lingenfelter)

Lingenfelter, 894

Moose Jaw North, October 19-23, 1998, Commonwealth Parliamentary Conference, 44th, Wellington, New Zealand, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 2058

Saskatoon Sutherland, May 21-28, 1998, Commonwealth parliamentary seminar, Charlottetown, P.E.I., M. (Lingenfelter)

Lingenfelter, 894

Lloydminster constituency, parents and grandparents, tribute, member's statement

Stanger, 2127-8

Midwest conference of legislators, Columbus, Ohio, attendance, member's statement

Boyd, 1292

North Battleford constituency, disciplinary action, member's statement

Draude, 2094

Prince Albert Northcote constituency, mother's death, condolences

Osika, 240

Prince Albert Northcote constituency, mother's death, condolences, member's statement

Krawetz, 233-4

Private disclosure statements, 1133

Public confidence, improvement, legislation, 1133

Regina Dewdney constituency, resignation

Speaker, 2139

Saskatoon Eastview constituency

Presentation

Romanow, 1981

Resignation

Boyd, 133-4

MacKinnon, 134

Osika, 134

Pringle, 131-3

Speaker, 531

Welcome

Speaker, 1981

Welcome, member's statement

Heppner, 1984

Saskatoon Fairview constituency, resignation

Speaker, 2139

 

Legislative Assembly Public Presentations Act (No. 208)

First reading

Haverstock, 74

 

Legislative Building, Regina

Graffiti, "would the last person leaving Saskatchewan please turn off the lights," member's statement

Bjornerud, 463

Restoration, member's statement

Flavel, 664

 

Legislative Library

Annual report, committee referral (Communication), M. MacKinnon

MacKinnon, 22

 

Liber, Kristian- See Water quality - contamination, pesticides

 

Liberal Party- See also Alberta; Legislative Assembly members - North Battleford constituency; Political parties - Contributions, tax credits; Quebec Liberal Party; Radio broadcasting; Saskatchewan Liberal Association

Caucus member, Jack Hillson, tribute, Globe and Mail, article, member's statement

Belanger, 1117-18

Membership, member's statement

Bjornerud, 1436

White flag, member's statement

D'Autremont, 1952

 

Libraries- See also Legislative Library; Provincial Library; Regional libraries

Grants

In lieu of property taxes, 209

Provision of services to the province as a whole, 1645

International Special Librarians Day, April 23, 1998, member's statement

Hamilton, 733

 

Lieutenant Governor

Prorogation speech, 2139-40

Speech from the Throne, 1-5

 

Lieutenant Governor's Award for Outstanding Service in Rural Saskatchewan- See Honours and awards

 

Life insurance- See Crown Life Insurance Company; Teachers' Life Insurance (Government Contributory) Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 42)

 

Liquor

Regulations, violation, fines- See Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act 1998 (No. 13) (Fines)

 

Livelong, Sask.- See Rural communities

 

Livestock industry- See also Cattle Marketing Deductions Act, 1998 (No. 6); Elk farming; Farmers/Producers - Disaster assistance; Water - Groundwater contamination

Alameda dam area lands, grazing access, 1746-7

Animal vaccines, new, 207

Coyote attacks, controlling, 1759

Drought conditions

Contingency plans

Goohsen, 985

Upshall, 985

Government assistance, 1688

Feed assistance, 1947

Gopher population, strychnine use, 1759

Livestock and horticultural facilities incentive program, 207

Annual deductible, decrease, 207

Wolves and coyotes, killings and harassment, Moose Mountain Provincial Park, 1749

 

Living Sky Health District- See also Health care - Rural communities, Watrous; Hospitals - Closures, Lanigan

Beds, reduction

Calvert, 675*

Toth, 675*

Beds, reduction, member's statement

Osika, 671-2*

Nurses, memo re patient's record, confidentiality

Belanger, 1323-4

Serby, 1324

Services, reduction, 1830-3

 

Lloydminster, Sask.- See Agriculture; Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster; Economy - Growth; Oil industry - Wealth and job creation; Schools - Construction projects; Schools - Upgrading and renovation

 

Lloydminster constituency- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 40, relocation to east of the David Laird campground

 

Local government- See Municipalities

 

Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 213)

First reading

Julé, 74

 

Lochbaum, Paulette- See Cancer - Bone scan

 

Louisiana Basin- See Oil industry - Wastes, health hazard

 

Luke, Dr. Phil- See Hospitals, Regina - Emergency services

 

Lumsden, Sask.- See Newspapers - Weekly; Television - Sesame Park episode

 

M

 

MacKay, Harold- See Banks and financial institutions - Mergers, Task Force on the Future of the Canadian Financial Services Sector (MacKay)

 

MacKay (Harold) report- See Universities - Revitalization

 

Macklin, Sask.- See Health care - Centres, diabetes counseling

 

MacPherson, Leslie and Tyerman- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Legal opinions

 

Maintenance of Saskatchewan Power Corporation's Operations Act, 1998 (No. 65)

First reading

Nilson, 1989

Second reading

Aldridge, 1993-4

Boyd, 1990-3

Goohsen, 1997-8

Haverstock, 1995-7

Hillson, 2001-3

McLane, 2003-4

McPherson, 1998-2001

Nilson, 1989-90

Ward, 1994-5

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Aldridge, 2023-4

Boyd, 2004-10, 2015-20

D'Autremont, 2010-15

Lingenfelter, 2005-13, 2015-19, 2021-4

Nilson, 2004, 2010

Osika, 2020-3, 2025-6

Third reading

Nilson, 2026

Royal Assent, 2027

 

Maintenance orders

Enforcement, inquiries, access

Julé, 585

Nilson, 585

International conventions, enforcement- See Enforcement of Judgments Conventions Act (No. 31)

 

Malling, Eric- See Television- - And newspaper reporter

 

Mamer, Scott, -See Health care - Hepatitis C victims, compensation, free vote

 

Management consultants- See Certified Management Consultants Act (No. 17)

 

Manitoba- See Prostitution - Child prostitution; Water - Management, Upper Assiniboine River Basin Study

 

Manufacturing and processing industry- See also Farm machinery

Babcock and Wilcox, expansion, Melville, member's statement

Kasperski, 524

Employment development, 207

Expansion, 206

Exports, 207

Molson Breweries, expansion, member's statement

Trew, 1418

Prince Albert Hauser family Coca Cola bottling plant, overall Coke quality award, member's statement

Kowalsky, 442

Products, innovative, high-quality, world-class, 2- See also Agricultural products

Shipments, 206

Tax

Incentives, 207

Structure, competitive, 207

 

Maple Creek, Sask.- See Gasoline - Leak, water supply; Hospital waiting-lists - Surgery, hip replacement

 

Maple Leaf Foods International- See Hog industry - Processing plant, proposed; Meat processing industry

 

Markets

Global, competition- See Livestock industry - Livestock and horticultural facilities incentive program

 

Martens, Gwen- See Health Care - Kidney dialysis, access, Swift Current district

 

May Day- See Labour force

 

McGillicky, Leroy- See Highways and roads - Windshield damage, claims

 

McLean, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Rural, grid road

 

McQuarrie, Ken- See Motor vehicle insurance - Deductible, increase, class action lawsuit

 

McQuarters, Ed- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Diversity coordinator, dismissal

 

Meadow Lake Pulp Mill- See Forest industry

 

Meadow Lake Tribal Council- See also Sports - Saskatchewan Indian Winter Games

Techfor, ownership, member's statement

Sonntag, 12

 

Meat processing industry

Maple Leaf Foods International, plant, North Battleford, lockout, 1633-4

 

Medal of Bravery- See Honours and awards

 

Media- See Newspapers; Television

 

Medical research

Funding, 1854-5

Haverstock, 130-1

Serby, 130-1

Funding, member's statement

Osika, 68

Tax incentives, consideration, 1855-6

 

Medicare, 209-10- See also Citizens - Condolences, Dr. Orville Hjertaas, Prince Albert

Chelation therapy, coverage, 1349-50

Liberal Party position, member's statement

Aldridge, 1953

Two-tier system, alongside, 1860

 

Medicine- See University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

 

Meeting Lake- See Recreational areas - Bronson Lake

 

Meewasin Valley Authority

Funding, 782

 

Meewasin Valley Authority Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 28)

First reading

Mitchell, 586

Second reading

Mitchell, 649

Toth, 649-50

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Mitchell, 752-5

Toth, 752-5

Third reading

Mitchell, 755

Royal Assent, 826

 

Megan forest- See Wilderness areas - Preservation

 

Melfort, Sask.- See Economic development - Initiatives

 

Melville, Sask.- See Children - Protection, Walchuk case; Hospitals - Construction, funding; Manufacturing industry - Babcock and Wilcox

 

Mennonite Central Committee- See Canadian Foodgrains Bank - Donation, Elrose

 

Mennonites- See Conference of Mennonites of Saskatchewan Act (No. 301)

 

Mental health

Approved Homes Association funding increase, demonstration, member's statement

Aldridge, 1009-10

Mental Health Week, May 4-10, 1998, member's statement

Murray, 919

 

Meridian Water Management Association- See Dams - South Saskatchewan River

 

Messer, Jack- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President

 

Metis- See Hunters/Hunting; Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department; Veterans

 

Metis Nation of Saskatchewan- See Economic development; Hunters/Hunting - Metis rights

 

Midale, Sask.- See also Oil industry - Enhanced oil recovery project

 

Middle Lake, Sask.- See Internet - Communications/information for women, funding

 

Midwest conference of legislators, Columbus, Ohio- See Legislative Assembly members

 

Midwest Health District- See Health care - Centres, Davidson, construction; Hospitals - Beds, reduction, Davidson

 

Milden Hospital- See Health care - BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders

 

Milner Fenerty, Calgary- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Legal counsel; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Legal counsel, Mike Hurst

 

Miner, Jill- See Hospital waiting lists - Surgery, kidney transplant

 

Mineral rights

Different zones, leasing, 1770

 

Minimum wage- See Wages and salaries

 

Mining industry- See also Coal mining; Gold mining

Environmental quality committees, 1162

Exploration equipment, sales tax exemption, 207

Joint venture partners, operating contracts, increase, 206

Multi-party training plan, building on and renewing, 3

Royalties, 1767-9

Saskatchewan Mining Week, May 11-18, 1998, member's statement

D'Autremont, 1069

Ward, 1067-8

Surface lease agreements, 1162

Tax incentives, 207

 

Ministerial statements

Anniversaries, Citizens Advisory Council on Anniversaries, formation, Krawetz, 1441-2; Osika, 1442; Shillington, 1441

Canadian Wheat Board Act (C-4), Changes, proposed. Aldridge, 226; Boyd, 225-6; Upshall, 225

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, Gantefoer, 19-20; Goohsen, 21-2; Hillson, 20-21; Lingenfelter, 16-19

Crime, serious crime task force, establishment, Heppner, 335; Hillson, 335-6; Nilson, 335

Crown Life Insurance Company, sale, Canada Life, Gantefoer, 1385; Hillson, 1385-5; Lingenfelter, 1384-6

Family, violence, victims, aboriginal community, funding: Goohsen, 679*; Heppner, 678*; Hillson, 678-9*; Nilson, 677-8*

Firearms Act (C-68), regulations: D'Autremont, 500; Nilson, 499-500; Osika, 500-1

Government fiscal policy, 1998-99: Cline, 205-212; Gantefoer, 212-5 Hillson, 215-6

Grain transportation, Canadian Wheat Board, service complaint,- Canadian National, Canadian Transportation Agency hearing, settlement: Aldridge, 670-1; Boyd, 670; Bradley, 669-70

High technology, Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon: Boyd, 1465; Hillson, 1465-6; MacKinnon, 1464-5

Justice Department, Public prosecutions, funding: Heppner, 904; Hillson, 905; Nilson, 904

Rail transportation/railways, lines, abandonment, Birch Hills to Prince Albert (CN Tisdale subdivision): Aldridge, 560-1; Bjornerud, 559-60; Bradley, 559; Goohsen, 561-2; Haverstock, 561

Regional economic development authorities, youth employment program: Draude, 1268; Hillson, 1268; MacKinnon, 1268

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, new facility, construction: Belanger, 530-1; Crofford, 529-30; Krawetz, 530

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus, Regina, Relocation, Plains Health Centre: Crofford, 352-3; Julé, 353-4; Krawetz, 353; McPherson, 353

Saskatchewan Telecommunications, Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission, regulations, moratorium: Boyd, 2133; Hillson, 2133; Wiens, 2132-3

Young offenders, Serious and Habitual Youth Offender Comprehensive Action Program, establishment: Heppner, 770-1; Hillson, 771; Julé, 771-2; Nilson, 770

 

Minorities- See Public service

 

Missinipe, Sask.- See Forest industry - Logging development, opposition; Forest industry - Nemeiben forest, logging, environmental study; Wilderness areas - Preservation, Megan forest, Churchill River basin ecosystem

 

Mitchell, Fred- See Citizens

 

Mitchell, Owen- See SaskEnergy Incorporated - Board of directors, resignation

 

Montgomery, Helen- See Young offenders - Open custody, murder victim

 

Moose Jaw, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Dangerous goods route, deterioration; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Palliser Campus

 

Moose Jaw-Thunder Creek Health District- See Hospitals - Closure, Central Butte

 

Moose Mountain Provincial Park- See also Livestock industry - Wolves and coyotes, livestock, killings and harassment

Christopher trail, maintenance, 1746

 

Morriseau, Riel- See Justice, administration - Bail, violent offences, R. Bellegarde case

 

Mothers- See Family

 

Motions- See Private Members' Motions; Seventy-five minute debate

 

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 1998, General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline)

Cline, 1971

Fiscal year ending March 31, 1999, General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline)

Cline, 489, 807, 1971

Fiscal year ending March 31, 1999, M. (Cline), 469-89, 795-807

Aldridge, 806-7

Bjornerud, 472-4

Cline, 469-89, 795-803, 805-7

D'Autremont, 484-9, 797-800

Draude, 479-84, 800-2

Gantefoer, 469-72, 795-7

Krawetz, 474-9, 802-4

Toth, 804-6

 

Motions (Priority of debate)

Plains Health Centre, Regina, closure, prevention, M. (D'Autremont), 1469

 

Motions (under Rule 46)

Betaseron and Copaxone, exception drug plan reform, M. (McLane), 43

Central Butte Hospital, closure, prevention, M. (McLane), 2133

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, public inquiry, M. (D'Autremont), 108

Child sexual abuse, awareness raising and fund-raising efforts, Sheldon Kennedy's cross-Canada in-line skate, support M. (Krawetz), 1603-4

Grain prices, subsidies, United States/European Union

Contingency plan, development, federal government responsibility, M. (Boyd), 1797-803

Federal government, addressing, M. (Upshall), 2038-57

Hepatitis C victims, compensation, fair and comprehensive plan, federal-provincial, M. (Toth), 1017-18

Highways and roads, national program, implementation, failure, federal government, condemnation, M. (Bjornerud), 1716

Plains Health Centre, Regina, government action to save, M. (Aldridge), 162

Public Accounts Committee, Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, examination

Broadcasting, M. (Bjornerud), 309-10

Broadcasting, M. (Boyd), 283-4

Young Offenders Act, reform, petitions, M. (Heppner), 925-30

 

Motor vehicle insurance

Deductible

Bank robber's apprehension attempt case (Randy)

Draude, 1179-80

Lingenfelter, 1179-80

Increase, class action lawsuit (Ken McQuarrie)

Draude, 848

Lingenfelter, 848

Disability benefits, annuity purchase- See Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 45)

Personal injury protection plan- See also Highways and roads - Deterioration, Highway No. 47, driver injury, Brenda Bod, compensation

Death benefit (K. Rodenbush)

D'Autremont, 1794

Lingenfelter, 1794

Equitable treatment, petitions, 1290, 1376

Julé, 1230, 1260, 1317, 1376

Grievances, rally, member's statement

Draude, 1261-2

 

Motor vehicles- See also Snowmobiles; Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 3)

Thefts- See Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 45)

 

Multi-faith fair forum

Third annual, Regina, member's statement

Murray, 947

 

Multi-party training plan- See Mining industry

 

Multiple sclerosis- See Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Health care

 

Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department

Estimates (1998-99), 780-6, 1638-57

Belanger, 1646-56

Bjornerud, 783-5, 1638-42

Draude, 785-6

Goulet, 1647-8, 1654-6

Heppner, 780-3

Hillson, 1643-6

Shillington, 1647

Teichrob, 780-6, 1638-46, 1649-53

Toth, 1642-3

Estimates, supplementary (1997-98), 1657

 

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 44)

First reading

Cline, 925

Second reading

Bjornerud, 1243

D'Autremont, 1043-4

MacKinnon, 1042-3

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Draude, 1555

MacKinnon, 1555

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1556

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Municipal Government Department- See Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department

 

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 56)

First reading

Teichrob, 1042

Second reading

Teichrob, 1269

Toth, 1269

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Goohsen, 1362-5

Heppner, 1361-2

Teichrob, 1361-4

Third reading

Teichrob, 1372

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Municipalities- See also Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 213); Northern municipalities; Rural municipalities; Transportation - Challenges and innovation; Urban municipalities

Amalgamation, 1930

Canada-Saskatchewan- infrastructure works program, extension, 1639

Funding, 209, 1929

Grants in lieu of property taxes, 209- See also Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 56); Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 55)

Legislation, review, 4

Pension plan- See Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 44)

Policing

Cost-sharing formula, January 1, 1999, 209

Costs distribution, 1640

Costs restructuring assistance, 783-4

Recreational facilities, non-profit, electricity and natural gas rates, affordable, petitions, 2061, 2094

McLane, 2029, 2061

Revenue sharing- See also Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 56); Municipalities - Policing - Costs restructuring assistance

Figures, release, time line, 784-5

Services, affordable and dependable, 209

 

Museum of Natural History, Regina- See Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina

 

Museums

Museum Month, June 1998, member's statement

Hillson, 1661

Osler, funding, 781-2

 

Mushanski, Lori- See Crime - Video store robbery victim

 

Music

Inner City Harmony CD project, associated entities fund support, member's statement

Hamilton, 946-7

Kinsmen International Band and Choral Festival, 49th and ParkArt, Moose Jaw, member's statement

Calvert, 1145

Luther College High School choir, Cuban tour, member's statement

Kasperski, 1037

Saskatchewan Country Music Association Awards Night, Melfort area representation, member's statement

Gantefoer, 378

SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, June 19-28, 1998, Saskatoon, member's statement

Atkinson, 898-9

The Sound of Music, Melfort, fund-raiser for street children, member's statement

Gantefoer, 947

University of Regina Chamber Singers, recognition,

 

N

 

Naicam, Sask.- See Fire protection - Equipment, sales tax, exemption; Grain - Inland terminal

 

Naming of Northern Municipal Airports Act (No. 747)

First reading

Belanger, 1238

 

National child benefit program- See Child poverty

 

National Farmers Union- See Canadian Wheat Board Act (C-4) - Changes, proposed

 

National unity, 4

Bloc Quebecois delegation, costs, 545

Public consultation

Cost, 543

Legislative Assembly members,- costs, 544-5

Provincial jurisdictions, costs, 544-5

Quebec, response, 545

 

Natural gas- See also Gas Inspection Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 15); Municipalities - Recreational facilities, non-profit; Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 26); Oil industry - Rights sale, revenue, Swift Current area; Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25); Saskatchewan Power Corporation; Wilderness areas - Cypress Hills native grassland area

Connection options, introduction, Lac Pelletier, member's statement

Wall, 1232

Northern Saskatchewan, legislation, petitions, 154

Pipelines- See also Oil industry; Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25)

Explosion, prevention, 1770-1

Plants, expansion, Burstall- See Economic development - South-west; Oil industry - Land expropriation

Rates

Increase- See also Utilities, rates - Review process

Increase vs. rebate

Lingenfelter, 1293-4

Toth, 1293

Rebate, member's statement

Hillson, 1293

Rural communities, original rate, petitions, 154

Julé, 124

Storage caverns, capacity, 1773

Vehicles- See Saskatchewan Research Council - Patents and royalties

 

Natural medicine- See Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Multiple sclerosis

 

Natural resources- See also Business - Licensing requirements, streamlining; Environment and Resource Management Department; Resource industries; Wildlife Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 32)

Development, 206

Revenue, reduction- See Budget - Forecasts, revision

Royalties, improvements, announcement, 3

 

Nature Saskatchewan- See Energy conservation

 

Nemeiben forest- See Forest industry

 

New Careers Corporation

Building, Kamsack, 1139

Disestablishment, social assistance recipients, skills training, impact, 1138

Objectives and accomplishments, 1138

Projects, communities, 1138-9

 

New Democratic Party

Reds, reference, apology, member's statement

Heppner, 1953

 

New Zealand- See Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation

 

Newspapers- See also Television - And newspaper reporter

Column, new, Inside the Buzzard's Nest, proposal, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1791-2

Weekly, Waterfront Press, Lumsden, 1997 General Excellence Award, member's statement

Murray, 493-4

 

Nicol, Lloyd- See Ambulance service

 

Nipawin, Sask- See Sports - Saskatchewan Winter Games

 

No-fault insurance- See Motor vehicle insurance - Personal injury protection plan

 

Non-controversial Bills Committee

Name substitution, M. (Osika)

Osika, 2068

Name substitution, M. (Shillington)

Shillington, 1017

 

Non-governmental organizations- See Community-based organizations

 

Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina

Funding, 780-1

 

North Battleford, Sask.- See Correctional centres - Forensic unit; Hospitals - Regional, emergency services, anesthetists; Meat processing industry - Maple Leaf Foods International, plant, North Battleford; North West Regional College, North Battleford; Schools - Upgrading and renovation

 

North Central Health District

Radiology service, required level, maintenance, petitions, 1416, 1432, 1446, 1458, 1570, 1594, 1660, 1708, 1789, 1868, 1950, 1982

Bjornerud, 1445, 1594, 1659, 1787

Boyd, 1445, 1569, 1594, 1659, 1707

D'Autremont, 1375, 1569, 1659

Draude, 1375, 1415, 1431, 1445, 1517, 1569, 1594, 1659

Gantefoer, 1375, 1415, 1431, 1445, 1517, 1569, 1659, 1707, 1787, 1949

Krawetz, 1445, 1569, 1593, 1659, 1787, 1867

Toth, 1431, 1517, 1569, 1659, 1707

 

North-East Health District Board- See Hospitals - Closure, Carrot River

 

North West Regional College, North Battleford

North Battleford Comprehensive High School, relocation project, 1726-7

 

NORTHERN Act (No. 748)

First reading

Belanger, 1238

 

Northern Affairs Office- See Economic and Co-operative Development Department

 

Northern Development Fund

Funding, 206

Lac La Ronge area, funding, 1562-3

 

Northern Enterprise Fund Inc., 546, 1563

 

Northern municipalities

Airports, naming- See Naming of Northern Municipal Airports Act (No. 74)

 

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 52)

First reading

Teichrob, 1016

Second reading

D'Autremont, 1188

Draude, 1271

Teichrob, 1187-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Belanger, 1368

Goohsen, 1369-70

Heppner, 1369

Teichrob, 1368-70

Third reading

Teichrob, 1372

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Northern Resource Trucking- See Highways and roads - Northern Saskatchewan, funding

 

Northern Revenue Sharing Trust Account Management Board

Establishment- See Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 52)

 

Northern Saskatchewan- See also Forest industry; Gold mining; Mining industry; Senior citizens - Low income, health services, expenses; Social assistance recipients - Disabled and handicapped persons; Wild rice; particular subjects

Communities, potential, 206

Community development

Initiatives, announcement, member's statement

Johnson, 1419

Strategy, development, M. (Belanger); amdt. (Goulet)

Belanger, 1386-9

Goulet, 1389-91

Hillson, 1389

Johnson, 1391-2

Kowalsky, 1393

Toth, 1392

Strategy, development, M. (Belanger); amdt. (Goulet); questions and comments

Belanger, 1393-5

Goulet, 1393-5

Hillson, 1395

Renaud, 1394

Thomson, 1395

Toth, 1394

Community economic development, Post Secondary Education and Skills Training Department, role, 1730-1

Government action, health, education, jobs, homes and roads, petitions, 1318, 1376, 1518, 1789, 1868

Aldridge, 1708

Belanger, 1229, 1290, 1317-18, 1457, 1708, 1787-8

Julé, 1518

Primrose Lake Air Weapons Range

Agreement, 547-8

Annual lease fee, 548

Compensation, 549

Compensation, negotiating committee, member's statement

Belanger, 38

Establishment, historical review, 548

Recreational permits, 1749-50

Smaller communities, challenges of government, recommendations, 1653

 

Northlands College, Lac La Ronge

Establishment, 1732

 

Norway

National holiday, May 17, member's statement

Nilson, 1233

 

Nova Scotia

Liberal Party, coalition with Conservative Party, member's statement

Wall, 377

Provincial election

Campaign, government employees, participation

Lingenfelter, 1178

McLane, 1178

Provincial election, member's statement

Thomson, 263

 

Noxious Weeds Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 37)

First reading

Upshall, 877

Second reading

Boyd, 1156

Toth, 1019

Upshall, 1018-19

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Boyd, 1702

Upshall, 1702

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1703

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Nuclear weapons

Testing, India and Pakistan, May 1998, federal government sanctions, endorsing, member's statement

Haverstock, 1459

 

Nurses, 210- See also Health districts - Rural; Living Sky Health District; Public health; Regina Health District Board - Chief executive officer, memo

Additional, hiring

Atkinson, 2066-7

McLane, 2066-7

Funding

Aldridge, 1206-7

Atkinson, 2099-100

McLane, 2099

Romanow, 1207

Serby, 1206

Additional, hiring, member's statement

Hillson, 1262

Clinical, advanced, 1861

Bringing more health services to communities, 210

Collective bargaining

Atkinson, 1988, 2067

McLane, 1988, 2066-7

National Nursing Week, May 11-16, 1998, member's statement

McPherson, 1174

Murray, 1069

On-call services, provision

McPherson, 1235-6

Serby, 1236

Partnership, close, government commitment, 4

Positions

Additional- See also Central Plains Health District; Health districts - Rural; Pasquia Health District

Funding, 1309-12, 1899, 1915

Calvert, 1664-5

Krawetz, 1203-4

Serby, 1203-4

Toth, 1664-5

Reduction and addition, member's statement

Aldridge, 1233

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses

Convention, Prince Albert, Health Department Minister, address

Osika, 793-4

Serby, 793-4

Health Department, minister, address, member's statement

Hillson, 789

Shortage

Concerns, 1916

Draude, 1013

Serby, 1013

Educational program, 1725-6

Training, updating, hardships

Haverstock, 1464

Serby, 1464

 

Nursing care- See Home care

 

Nutraceuticals- See Agricultural products/Farm products

 

Nutrition- See also Children

National Nutrition Month, March 1998, member's statement

Stanger, 156

Supplements, 209

 

O

 

Oaths of Office- See Pro Forma Bill

 

Occupational health and safety- See Oil industry - Out of province companies, sales taxes payment

 

Offenders- See also Correctional centres - Inmates; Young offenders

Sentences, serving in community, supervision, improvement, 209

 

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 26)

First reading

MacKinnon, 586

Second reading, 1703

D'Autremont, 906-9

Goohsen, 1046-52

Lautermilch, 673

Toth, 673-4

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 1864-5

Lautermilch, 1864-5

Third reading

Lautermilch, 1865

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Oil and Gas Environmental Fund- See Water - Groundwater contamination, cattle operation (Perry Anton), judicial review, liability payment, potential

 

Oil industry- See also Bi-Provincial Upgrader, Lloydminster; Gasoline - Underground storage tanks; Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25); Wilderness areas - Cypress Hills native grassland area

Enhanced oil recovery project, Midale, 1772-3

Heavy oil research, Regina, Saskatchewan Research Council, 1694

Horizontal wells, royalty payments, determination, 1769-70

Land expropriation, 1778-80- See also Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25)

Out of province companies, sales taxes payment and safety regulations, 1770

Petroleum research tax incentive, 207

Pipelines- See also Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25)

Failure, soil and environment, restoration, 1773-4

Prices

Decrease, government actions to counterbalance, employment preservation, 1764

Vs operating expenses, 1764-6

Revenue, estimates

Gantefoer, 202

Romanow, 202

Rights sale, revenue, Swift Current area, member's statement

Wall, 1952

Royalties, structure, 1765-6

Seismic companies, road allowances, use of, rural municipalities, co-operation, 1766-7

Tax incentives, 207

Used oil recycling program

Bjornerud, 1121-2

Lautermilch, 1121-2

Wastes, health hazard, 1778

Wealth and job creation, Estevan, Weyburn, Swift Current and Lloydminster, 207

Wells, drilling

New, regulations, royalties payment, 1769

Record, 206

 

Okanese First Nations- See Health care - File Hills Agency health building

 

Olive Waller Zinkhan & Waller- See Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Legal opinions

 

Olympic Games, Nagano, 1998- See Sports

 

Ombudsman- See also Health care

Estimates (1998-99), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 925

 

On-farm Quality Assurance Programs Act (No. 35), 2

First reading

Upshall, 848

Second reading, 1156

Toth, 1018

Upshall, 1018

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Aldridge, 1283-7

Bjornerud, 1281-2

Toth, 1282-3

Upshall, 1281-8, 1703

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1703

Royal Assent, 1977

 

Oral question period

Agricultural products/Farm products, Canamino oat processing plant, Saskatoon, investment: Draude, 1235; MacKinnon, 1235

Agriculture, crisis, federal government assistance: Bjornerud, 2097; Bradley, 2097

Ambulance service

Fees (L. Nicol): Bjornerud, 496-7; Serby, 496-7

Northern Saskatchewan: Belanger, 268-9, 527-8; Serby, 268-9, 528

Automobile and highway safety, accident, Highways and Transportation Department vehicle collision, victim, health care costs: Calvert, 381-2; McLane, 381-2; Serby, 381-2

Blood, umbilical cords, storage, awareness: Aldridge, 1795; Serby, 1795

Cameco Corporation, Kyrgyzstan, sodium cyanide spill, environmental damage: Hillson, 1324; Scott, 1324

Cancer, bone scan, availability, Paulette Lochbaum: McLane, 224-5; Serby, 224-5

Casinos, revenue, First Nations Fund, audit, Provincial Auditor: Draude, 1265; Teichrob, 1265

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale: Hillson, 42-3; Lingenfelter, 42-3

Asset sale studies and other documents, release: Gantefoer, 12; Lingenfelter, 12-3

Cabinet responsibility: Boyd, 379; Lingenfelter, 379-380

Consultants (R. Gross): Boyd, 251; Lingenfelter, 251

Contract, signatures, release: Gantefoer, 39, 70, 157; Lingenfelter, 39, 70, 157

Criminal investigation: Boyd, 1147-8; Gantefoer, 39-40; Lingenfelter, 39-40, 1147-8

Ernst & Young report: Hillson, 160, 190-1; Lingenfelter, 160-1, 191

Establishment, Dynex assets, purchase, court case: Hillson, 710; Lingenfelter, 709-10

Final agreement

Changes, significance: Hillson, 738; Lingenfelter, 738-9

Contract, fraud investigation: Boyd, 673*-674*; Gantefoer, 708; Lingenfelter, 673*-674*, 708

Legal counsel, Milner Fenerty, negligence: Lingenfelter, 333; Osika, 333

Legal opinions: Boyd, 188-9, 191-2; Gantefoer, 157-8; Lingenfelter, 158; Romanow, 189, 191-2

Justice Department: Heppner, 252-3; Lingenfelter, 252-3

Olive Waller Zinkhan & Waller: Boyd, 222; Cline, 222

March 31, 1997, significance: Hillson, 1089; Lingenfelter, 1089

Minister, briefing: Hillson, 382; Lingenfelter, 382

Negotiator

Dismissal, Saskatchewan Power Corporation, minister, informing: Hillson, 413-4; Lingenfelter, 413-4

Dismissal 1996, Premier's intervention: Hillson, 528-9; Romanow, 528-9

Premier, concern, expressing: Hillson, 616; Romanow, 616

Premier, knowledge: Boyd, 525-6; Lingenfelter, 525-6

Profit, announcement, correction: Hillson, 1089; Lingenfelter, 1089

Public inquiry: Boyd, 159, 188-9, 235-6, 251-2, 494-6; D'Autremont, 104, 128-9; Gantefoer, 187; Hillson, 253-4; Krawetz, 330-1; Lingenfelter, 104-5, 128-9, 235-6, 251-2, 254, 330-1, 495-6; Romanow, 159, 187, 189, 254

RCMP investigation: Gantefoer, 982; Lingenfelter, 982

Child poverty, national child benefit, Welfare Rights Centre, Regina, concerns: Calvert, 707-8; Toth, 707-8

Child Protection Act (No. 746): Calvert, 1177; Osika, 1177

Child sexual abuse, awareness raising and fund-raising efforts, Sheldon Kennedy's cross-Canada in-line skate: Krawetz, 1599; MacKinnon, 1599

Children

Deaths

Karen Quill, Children's Advocate Office, independent inquiry: Calvert, 669; Julé, 669

Reporting and prevention: Calvert, 1016; Julé, 1015-16

Protection

Gemma House, investigation: Calvert, 281-2; Julé, 281-2

Walchuk case, Melville: Calvert, 1072-3; Osika, 1072-3

Community pastures, lease rates, increase: Bjornerud, 2033; Boyd, 1792-3; Upshall, 1792-3, 2033

Correctional centres, forensic unit, North Battleford, inmate (Sandy Charles), escape: Heppner, 350, 352; Serby, 350, 352

Crime

Government action, citizen neighbourhood patrols, establishment: Krawetz, 1578-9; Nilson, 1578; Romanow, 1578-9

Victims, impact statement: Heppner, 2130; Nilson, 2130-1

Crop insurance, re-seeding benefit: Boyd, 1523, 1711; Upshall, 1523, 1711-1712

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement: Boyd, 1663; Mitchell, 1663

Crown corporations: Gantefoer, 1954; Romanow, 1954-5

Direction, debate: Hillson, 738; Lingenfelter, 738-9

Disclosure of persons and companies which receive money: Bjornerud, 1265; Lingenfelter, 1265

Equity investments, out of province: Hillson, 1325; Lingenfelter, 1325

Foreign investments, halt: Gantefoer, 412; Lingenfelter, 412

Foreign investments: Hillson, 769; Lingenfelter, 769

Governance, decision-making structures and accountability, analysis, Tapp, L.G., Dean of Richard Ivey School of Business, University of Western Ontario, hiring: Gantefoer, 1263-4; Lingenfelter, 1263-4

Ministers, responsibility, legislation: Hillson, 1122; Lingenfelter, 1122

Subsidiaries, reporting practices: Bjornerud, 1265-6; Lingenfelter, 1266

Crown Corporations Committee

Chair, dismissal, inappropriate conduct: Boyd, 952; Romanow, 952-3

Special meeting, March 31, 1998: Boyd, 348-9, 378-9. Lingenfelter, 348-9, 378-9

Membership (Shillington, Tchorzewski), conflict of interest, potential: Boyd, 556; Lingenfelter, 556-7

Saskatchewan Power Corporation, President, legal counsel, payment: Boyd, 411; Gantefoer, 583; Lingenfelter, 380, 411-12, 583; Toth, 380

Witnesses

Premier: Boyd, 444, 526, 873; Hillson, 529, 616, 1088; Lingenfelter, 873; Romanow, 444-5, 526, 529, 616, 1088-9

Premier and Deputy Premier: Boyd, 349; Lingenfelter, 349

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan, minister responsible

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, knowledge: Boyd, 614-5; Lingenfelter, 614-5

Responsibility: Gantefoer, 821-2; Romanow, 822

Crown Life Insurance Company

Sale, Canada Life Insurance Company: Draude, 667; Gantefoer, 953, 1234, 1380, 1421-2; Lingenfelter, 667, 953, 1234-5, 1380, 1421-2

Dams, South Saskatchewan River, Meridian Water Management Association: Goohsen, 414; Lingenfelter, 414-5

Disabled and handicapped persons, wheelchair buses, Saskatoon, mechanical problems; Draude, 2065; Teichrob, 2065

Doctors, shortage, government action: D'Autremont, 1070; Serby, 1070; Romanow, 1070-1

Drought

Contingency plans: Boyd, 1069-70, 1087; Teichrob, 1070; Upshall, 1087

Government assistance: Boyd, 1955; Upshall, 1955

Drug abuse/substance abuse, youth addiction services, provision: Calvert, 768-9; Osika, 768

Drugs and pharmaceuticals, multiple sclerosis, approval method: Haverstock, 1796; Serby, 1796

Economic development

Northern Saskatchewan, strategy, provincial and northern leaders, agreement: Belanger, 1267-8; Romanow, 1267-8

South-west, natural gas plants, construction: Goohsen, 158; Lingenfelter, 1581

Elections, provincial, Nova Scotia, campaign, government employees, participation: Lingenfelter, 1178; McLane, 1178

Electricity

Rates, northern Saskatchewan: Belanger, 646-7; Goulet, 647

Supply, adequacy: D'Autremont, 1988-9; Lingenfelter, 1988-9

Employment development, government record: Gantefoer, 2130; MacKinnon, 2130

Employment insurance, surplus account: Cline, 1713; Gantefoer, 1713

Farm land, property tax, increase: Julé, 1383; Teichrob, 1383-4

Farmers/Producers

Disaster assistance: Boyd, 1873-4, 1957; Upshall, 1874, 1957-8

Financial crisis, government assistance: Bjornerud, 2032; Upshall, 2032

Forest industry

Logging development, opposition, Missinipe: Belanger, 1205-6; Goulet, 1206

Meadow Lake Pulp Mill, losses: Boyd, 1461-2; D'Autremont, 791-2; Lingenfelter, 791-2, 1461-2

Nemeiben forest, logging, environmental study: Hillson, 1324; Scott, 1325

Foster homes, teenage boys, advertisement: Calvert, 1208; Krawetz, 1119; Teichrob, 1119

Gambling, addiction, prevention: Goohsen, 1297; Sonntag, 1297-8

Government

Advertising: Boyd, 2097-8; Lingenfelter, 2097-8

Record: Krawetz, 1953-4; Romanow, 1954

Grain

Inland terminal, Naicam and Spalding, construction, Community Marketing Initiative, capital construction tax, exemption: Cline, 769; Draude, 769

Marketing, voluntary: Boyd, 1577; Romanow, 1577

Prices

Reduction, contingency plans: Boyd, 1069-70; Teichrob, 1070

Subsidies, United States/European Union: Boyd, 1712; Goohsen, 1089-90, 1424; Romanow, 1089-1090; Upshall, 1424-5, 1712

Grain transportation, review, federal (Estey), recommendations: Boyd, 1438; Upshall, 1438

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), reduction: Haverstock, 794-5; Scott, 794-5

Health care

Access, Southern Saskatchewan residents, concerns: McLane, 1452; Serby, 1452

Advertising: Aldridge, 1295; Serby, 1295-6

Capital projects, South Country Health District: McPherson, 1600-1; Serby, 1600-1

Centres, Rose Valley, emergency services: Draude, 1294-5; Serby, 1294-5

Diagnostic tools, waiting lists: Julé, 923-4; Serby, 924

First responders, paging network, St. Brieux, improvement: Julé, 1876; Lingenfelter, 1876

Funding: Cline, 280-1; Hillson, 280-1; Osika, 203-4, 1876; Romanow, 203-4; Serby, 1876

Hepatitis C victims, compensation

Exclusion: Cline, 279-280; McLane, 279-80; Toth, 279

Expansion: Calvert, 1179; Toth, 1179

Expansion, free vote: Krawetz, 790-1; MacKinnon, 790-1

Free vote: McLane, 822; Romanow, 822-3; Serby, 822; Toth, 822

Hepatitis C victims, compensation: Bjornerud, 465-6; Calvert, 765-6; Crofford, 874-5; MacKinnon, 793; McLane, 446, 792-3, 950-1; Romanow, 1011-12; Serby, 446, 465-6, 793, 899-900, 920-1, 949, 951; Toth, 765, 874, 899, 920-1, 949, 1011-12

Kidney dialysis, access, Swift Current district (Gwen Martens): Aldridge, 2098-9; Atkinson, 2099

Ombudsman, establishment: Bjornerud, 1598-9; Serby, 1598-9

Professionals, working conditions and stress: McLane, 737; Serby, 737-8

Resources, adequacy, (Laurel Radbourne), surgery: Bjornerud, 1521-2; Serby, 1521-3

Rural communities: McLane, 557; Romanow, 557

Redvers: McPherson, 497-8; Serby, 497-498

Watrous: McLane, 351-2; Serby, 351-2

Services: Osika, 1874-5; Romanow, 1954; Serby, 1874-5; Toth, 1954

Reduction: Aldridge, 1040; McLane, 1040-1; Romanow, 1040-1

Workers

Collective bargaining: Atkinson, 2067; McLane, 2066-7

Walkout, Canadian Union of Public Employees: Aldridge, 1957; Calvert, 1957; Romanow, 1957

Health care reform: Romanow, 1042; Serby, 71-2, 1041; Toth, 71, 1041-2

Health district boards

Deficits: Aldridge, 1071-2, 1714-5; Romanow, 1072; Serby, 1071-2, 1714-5

Funding, block: Cline, 309; Toth, 309

Funding: Serby, 267-8; Osika, 267-8

Health districts, rural, nursing positions, additional: Bjornerud, 1461; Romanow, 1461

High technology, Synchrotron light source project: Heppner, 1451; MacKinnon, 1451

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Funding: McLane, 1296-7; Upshall, 1296-7

Northern Saskatchewan: Belanger, 983-4; Goulet, 983-4

Dangerous goods route, deterioration, west of Moose Jaw: Aldridge, 1666; Bradley, 1666; Romanow, 1666

Deteriorating conditions, construction and maintenance: Bradley, 2064-5; D'Autremont, 2064-5

Deterioration: Bjornerud, 1955; Bradley, 1955

Highway No. 47, driver injury, Brenda Bod, compensation: Bjornerud, 1321, 1421; Bradley, 1321-2, 1421

Fatalities, commemorative markers: Bradley, 1580-1; McLane, 1580

Funding, $2.5 billion over next 10 years: Bjornerud, 1039, 1322, 1872-3; Bradley, 1039, 1322, 1872-3

Highway No. 13, Admiral, deterioration, vehicle damage, claim: Bradley, 1439; McPherson, 1439

Highway No. 37, Climax, deterioration, vehicle damage, claim: McPherson, 1439-40; Romanow, 1440

Highway No. 44, west of Davidson, vehicle damage, compensation: Bradley, 1601; McLane, 1601

Highway No. 155, north of Green lake, deteriorating conditions: Belanger, 1423-4; Bradley, 1423-4

National program: Bjornerud, 1712-3; Bradley, 1712-3

Rural

Funding: Bjornerud, 221-222; Cline, 221-222

Maintenance

Cost-sharing: Osika, 876; Teichrob, 876

Funding, accident statistics: Bjornerud, 643; Teichrob, 643

Trans-Canada Highway, twinning: Aldridge, 72-3; Bradley, 73

Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest: Bradley, 2096-7; D'Autremont, 2096

Highways and Transportation Department, vehicle damage, claims: Bradley, 1601; McLane, 1601

Home care: Atkinson, 2035-6; Haverstock, 2035-6

Hospital waiting-lists: Cline, 223-4; McLane, 901-3; Osika, 223-4; Romanow, 903; Serby, 901-3

Surgery

Cancer: McPherson, 1794-5; Serby, 1794-5

Cataract, regional hospitals: McPherson, 1014-15; Serby, 1014-15

Cystoscopy, Carievale patient: Atkinson, 2099; McLane, 2099

Hip replacement, Maple Creek patient (Richard Howell): Atkinson, 2100; Goohsen, 2100

Saskatoon Health District: McLane, 1013-14; Serby, 1013-14

Surgery (L. Prystupa): Bjornerud, 921-2; Serby, 921-2

Government sensitivity: Osika, 984; Romanow, 984

Survey: McLane, 1713-4; Serby, 1714

Hospitals

Beds

Atkinson, report, recommendation: Cline, 1120; McLane, 1119-20

Closure

Easter holidays: McLane, 467-8; Serby, 468

Summertime: Aldridge, 1956; Calvert, 1956-7; Romanow, 1956

Yorkton: Bjornerud, 644-5; Calvert, 644-5

Reduction

Study: McLane, 676*-677*; Romanow, 676*-677*

Swift Current Regional Hospital: McPherson, 615-6; Serby, 615-6

Shortages: McPherson, 1451-2; Romanow, 527; Serby, 527, 1451-2; Toth, 526-7

Surgery patients, early discharge: McLane, 584, 1665-6; Serby, 584-5, 1665-6

Yorkton: Serby, 1038-9; Toth, 1038

Closures

Carrot River: Gantefoer, 1037-8, 1294; McLane, 1382; Serby, 1037-8, 1085-6, 1294, 1382-3; Toth, 10 85-6

Lanigan: Cline, 307-9; Osika, 308-9; Romanow, 309; Toth, 307, 309

Construction, funding, Melville: Osika, 445-6; Serby, 445-6

Emergency services, on-call anesthetists, North Battleford: Cline, 557-8; Hillson, 557-8

Regina

Beds: Calvert, 1266-7; McPherson, 1266-7; Romanow, 1267

Shortage: Aldridge, 1207; Romanow, 1207

Shortage, post-surgery (G. Frith): Cline, 306; D'Autremont, 305-6

Consolidation, cost: Aldridge, 1422-3; Serby, 1422-3

Emergency services: Atkinson, 2033-4; Calvert, 645-6; D'Autremont, 464-5; McLane, 645-6; Serby, 443-4, 464-5, 583-4, 792; Toth, 443, 583, 792, 2033

Emergency services, Yorkton patient

Availability, College of Physicians and Surgeons of Saskatchewan, referral: Osika, 1579-80; Serby, 1579-80

Availability: Osika, 1462-3, 1523-4; Serby, 1462-4, 1524-5

Security and parking, availability: Osika, 2131-2; Romanow, 2131-2

Regional: Draude, 1012-3; Serby, 1012-3

Regional emergency services, anesthetists: Calvert, 665-6; Toth, 665-6

Hunters/Hunting, Metis rights: D'Autremont, 1204-5; Heppner, 1145; Mitchell, 1204-5; Scott, 1145-6

Impaired driving, penalties, fine on top of 24-hour license suspensions, Students Against Drinking and Driving, proposal: Draude, 1579; Nilson, 1579

Income, Saskatchewan employment supplement, maternity and paternity benefits, regarding as regular employment insurance benefits: Calvert, 1958; Haverstock, 1958

Indians/First Nations, funding, accountability: Cline, 13-4; Draude, 13-4; Toth, 16; Wiens, 16

Justice, administration, bail, violent offences, R. Bellegarde case: Draude, 1118; Nilson, 1118

Legislative Assembly, adjournment, October 21, 1998, M. (MacKinnon); amdt. (Gantefoer), withdrawal: Krawetz, 2128; MacKinnon, 2128

Livestock industry, drought, contingency plans: Goohsen, 985; Upshall, 985

Living Sky Health District

Beds, reduction: Calvert, 675*; Toth, 675*

Nurses, memo re patient's record, confidentiality: Belanger, 1323-4; Serby, 1324

Maintenance orders, enforcement, inquiries, access: Julé, 585; Nilson, 585

Medical research: Haverstock, 130-1; Serby, 130-1

Motor vehicle insurance, deductible

Bank robber's apprehension attempt case (Randy): Draude, 1179-80; Lingenfelter, 1179-80

Increase, class action lawsuit (Ken McQuarrie): Draude, 848; Lingenfelter, 848

Motor vehicles, accidents, Northern Saskatchewan, Jaws of Life, funding: Belanger, 1600; Serby, 1600

Multiple sclerosis, Betaseron and Copaxone, access, board decisions: McLane, 41-42, 72; Serby, 41-42, 72

Natural gas

Rates, increase vs. rebate: Lingenfelter, 1293-4; Toth, 1293

Trading activities/arbitrage, authorization: Gantefoer, 674*; Lingenfelter, 674*

Nurses

Additional

Hiring: Atkinson, 2066-7; McLane, 2066-7

Hiring, funding: Aldridge, 1206-7; Atkinson, 2099-100; McLane, 2099; Romanow, 1207; Serby, 1206

Collective bargaining: Atkinson, 2067; McLane, 2066-7

Positions, additional, funding: Calvert, 1664-5; Krawetz, 1203-4; Serby, 1203-4; Toth, 1664-5

Saskatchewan Union of Nurses, convention, Prince Albert, Health Department Minister, address: Osika, 793-4; Serby, 793-4

Shortage, concerns: Draude, 1013; Serby, 1013

Training, updating, hardships: Haverstock, 1464; Serby, 1464

Oil industry

Revenue, estimates: Gantefoer, 202; Romanow, 202

Used oil recycling program: Bjornerud, 1121-2; Lautermilch, 1121-2

Outfitting industry, licensing and standards, establishment, transfer of powers: D'Autremont, 1264-5; Scott, 1264-5

Pay equity: Bradley, 1149; Haverstock, 1149

Personal injury protection plan, death benefit (K. Rodenbush): D'Autremont, 1794; Lingenfelter, 1794

Physicians/doctors, specialists, anesthetists, departure: Atkinson, 2128-9; McLane, 2128

Plains Health Centre, Regina

Ambulance services, concerns: Aldridge, 951-2; Romanow, 952; Serby, 951-2

Closure

Cost: McPherson, 332-3; Serby, 332-3

Free vote: Crofford, 876-7; D'Autremont, 1460; Haverstock, 924; Krawetz, 900, 949-50, 982-3, 1071, 1420, 1437-8; Lingenfelter, 876-7, 1420-1; Romanow, 949-50, 983, 1071, 1438, 1460-1461; Serby, 900 , 924; Toth, 876-7

Government sensitivity: Osika, 984; Romanow, 984

Moratorium: Cline, 1120; McLane, 1120

Prevention: Aldridge, 846-7; McLane, 1438-9; Osika, 667-8, 1463; Romanow, 667-8, 846-7, 1438-9; Serby, 1463-4

Emergency motion: Krawetz, 1453; MacKinnon, 1453

Free vote: Calvert, 845; Krawetz, 1380-1, 1449-50; MacKinnon, 1449-50; Romanow, 845-6; Serby, 1381; Toth, 845-6

Rally, Premier addressing: Aldridge, 1453; Serby, 1453

Public meetings: McPherson, 237-8; Serby, 237-9; Toth, 237

Closure: Aldridge, 14-5, 159-60, 307-8, 350-1, 380-1, 412-3, 466-7, 875-6; Cline, 307-8; Crofford, 350-1, 381, 875-6; D'Autremont, 706-7; Gantefoer, 203; McLane, 1087-8; Osika, 1875; Romanow, 14-5, 159-60, 203, 308, 1087-8; Serby, 413, 466-7, 706-7, 1875

Save the Plains Committee

Public forums: Aldridge, 875; Crofford, 875; Osika, 675*-676*; Romanow, 676*

Redvers: Aldridge, 768; Calvert, 768

Political parties, contributions

Conservative Party, funds, investigation: Mitchell, 1381-2; Osika, 1381-2

Tax credits: D'Autremont, 1379-80; Mitchell, 1379-80

Population, decrease: Draude, 1793-4; MacKinnon, 1793-4

Prostitution, child prostitution

Elimination, funding: Julé, 239; Calvert, 239

Government action: Calvert, 824-5; Julé, 824-5

Penalties, inadequate: Julé, 1207; Nilson, 1207-1208

Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act (No. 742): Calvert, 1073-4, 1237-8; Julé, 1073-4, 1237

Government support: Calvert, 900-1, 903-4; Heppner, 900-1; Julé, 903

Public Accounts Committee

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale, examination: Boyd, 277-9, 305; Hillson, 106, 129-30; Lingenfelter, 130, 277-9, 305; Romanow, 106, 129-30

Rail transportation/railways

Line abandonment, court challenge, Competition Act: Julé, 446-7; Romanow, 446-7

Short-line development, successor rights, elimination: Bradley, 1086-7; Boyd, 1086-7

Regina General Hospital

Emergency services, access, video, rural residents: McLane, 1088; Romanow, 1088

Parkade, land purchase, Regina Health District: Aldridge, 1422; Serby, 1422

Regina Health District, medical operations, vice-president, Dick Chinn, termination: Aldridge, 767; Calvert, 767-8

Regina Health District Board

Chief executive officer, memo: Belanger, 1323; Serby, 1322-3; Toth, 1322-3

Deficit: McLane, 253; Serby, 253

Regional colleges, employees, strike action, impending: Krawetz, 2065; Sonntag, 2065

Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, surgery, elective, summer cancellation: Draude, 1597-8; Serby, 1597-8

Sales taxes, reduction: Cline, 221; Gantefoer, 221

Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living, benefits, eligibility while receiving Saskatchewan Government Insurance benefits: Draude, 2066; Van Mulligen, 2066

Saskatchewan Health Information Network: McLane, 129, 823; Serby, 129, 823

Chief executive officer, appointment: Bjornerud, 105; McLane, 105-6; Serby, 105-6, 349-50; Toth, 349-50

Legislation and implementation: Calvert, 1440-1; Romanow, 1441; Toth, 1440-1441

Privacy concerns: McLane, 1601; Osika, 708-9; Serby, 709, 1601

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, administrative offices, relocation, Plains Health Centre: Aldridge, 307-308, 350-1; Cline, 308; Crofford, 350-1

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Advertising: Heppner, 1325; Lingenfelter, 1325-6

Collective bargaining, possible strike, ensuring uninterrupted service: Gantefoer, 1437-8; Mitchell, 1437-8

Contract (L. Portigal), severance pay: Hillson, 73, 106; Lingenfelter, 73-4, 106-7

Diversity coordinator, dismissal; Aldridge, 2034-5; Lingenfelter, 2035

Employees

Salaries, negotiations: Lingenfelter, 1987-8; McPherson, 1987-8

Strike, possibility: D'Autremont, 735; Lingenfelter, 735

Friends for Life program: Draude, 2100; Lingenfelter, 2100

Infrastructure, maintenance, Northern Saskatchewan: Belanger, 1237; Lingenfelter, 1237

Legal counsel, Mike Hurst (Milner Fenerty), fees: Heppner, 1205; Lingenfelter, 1205

Management: Boyd, 1984-5; Lingenfelter, 1985-6

Salaries: Gantefoer, 1986; Lingenfelter, 1986-7

Minister responsible, Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., natural gas trading activities, knowledge of: Boyd, 581-2; Gantefoer, 555; Lingenfelter, 555-6, 582-583

Ministers responsible, dismissal: Gantefoer, 40, 158, 188; Krawetz, 330-1; Lingenfelter, 330-1; Romanow, 40, 159, 188

Natural gas supply contract, Direct Energy Marketing Limited:- Gantefoer, 265-6; Hillson, 43, 498, 558, 710; Lingenfelter, 43, 265-6, 498, 558-9, 710

President

Dismissal

Board of directors, vote: Heppner, 331-2; Hillson, 160; Romanow, 160, 331-2

Guyana Electricity Corporation, role: Gantefoer, 666-7; Lingenfelter, 666-7

Just cause, Justice Department, Bogdasavich opinion: Gantefoer, 555; Lingenfelter, 555-6

Requests/attempts, Premier's intervention: Boyd, 410-11; Lingenfelter, 411

Employment contract re termination and severance: Boyd, 495-6; Hillson, 382, 414; Lingenfelter, 382-3, 414, 495-6

Resignation: Gantefoer, 12; Lingenfelter, 12

Request: Gantefoer, 1872; Lingenfelter, 1872

Voluntary and mutual: Hillson, 848; Lingenfelter, 848

Severance pay

Cancellation:- Boyd, 188-9, 191-2, 223; Cline, 223; Gantefoer, 187; Krawetz, 330-1; Lingenfelter, 330-1; Romanow, 187-9, 191-2

Premier, knowledge:- Boyd, 525-6; Lingenfelter, 525-6

Severance pay: Gantefoer, 39, 69-70, 127, 158, 820-1; Hillson, 204-5, 823-4; Lingenfelter, 15, 39, 69-70, 103-4, 127-8, 158, 204-5, 820-1, 824, 873; Osika, 15-6; Romanow, 16; Toth, 103-104

Reconstruction charges, recording: Lingenfelter, 735-6; Toth, 735-6

SAP software, Delta Project, implementation, cost: Gantefoer, 1146, 1175-6; Lingenfelter, 1146-7, 1175-6

Saskatchewan Telecommunications; investment, NST Network Services Inc., losses, recording: Bjornerud, 736; Lingenfelter, 736

Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation

Information, access: Bjornerud, 1266; Draude, 254-5, 1149; Lingenfelter, 255, 1266; Nilson, 1149

Investment, Saturn Communications Limited, New Zealand: Lingenfelter, 677*; McPherson, 677*

Saskatchewan Transportation Company, freight bills, losses, recording: Bjornerud, 736-7; Lingenfelter, 737

Saskatoon Health District, budget, deficit: Osika, 189-90; Serby, 189-90

Saskatoon Public School Board, administration building, construction proposed site: Atkinson, 1233-4; Krawetz, 1233-4

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Board of directors, resignation (O. Mitchell): D'Autremont, 104; Lingenfelter, 104

Compania de Consumadores de Gas de Santiago, Chile, interest acquisition: Hillson, 769; Lingenfelter, 769

SaskPower Commercial

Investment, Guyana Electricity Corporation:- Gantefoer, 644; Lingenfelter, 644

Consultants' fees: Gantefoer, 39-40; Lingenfelter, 40

Cost: Gantefoer, 1437; Lingenfelter, 1437-8

Default, potential liability: Boyd, 844-5; Gantefoer, 821, 981-2; Heppner, 874; Lingenfelter, 821, 844-5, 874, 981-2

Documents, tabling: Gantefoer, 821; Lingenfelter, 821

Information request: Bjornerud, 1266; Draude, 254-255, 1149; Heppner, 873-4; Lingenfelter, 255, 873-4, 1266; Nilson, 1149

Losses, annual report: D'Autremont, 766-7; Lingenfelter, 766-7

SaskTel International, information, access: Draude, 255; Lingenfelter, 255

Schools, rural, closures: Atkinson, 267; Krawetz, 266-7

Self-employed, Saskatchewan employment supplement, eligibility: Julé, 2067; Van Mulligen, 2068

Sexual assault, charges, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, former vice-chief, Dan Bellegarde, Justice Department, decision: Draude, 613; Nilson, 613

Social assistance, case-load: Calvert, 499; Julé, 498-9

Special care homes

Funding (Zurevinsky case): Julé, 739; Serby, 739-40

Humboldt, level 4 admissions, cancellations: Calvert, 1667; Julé, 1666-7

Kindersley Senior Care Inc., public administrator

Appointment: Atkinson, 2036; McLane, 2036

Salary: Atkinson, 2067; McLane, 2067

Students

Bus transportation, Saskatoon, appeal mechanism: Haverstock, 2068; Serby, 2068

Special needs, parents, rights of review: Atkinson, 334; Haverstock, 333-4

Tuition fees, deregulation: Crofford, 1148; Haverstock, 1148

Swift Current Health District, services and staff, reductions: Romanow, 1042; Serby, 1041; Toth, 1041-2

Taxation

Rates: Cline, 1955-6; Draude, 1955

Reduction: Cline, 383, 2129; Gantefoer, 202, 383, 2129; Romanow, 202-3

Teachers

Collective bargaining, bilateral, trustees and government: Atkinson, 266; Krawetz, 266

Salaries, increase, funding: Goohsen, 161; Atkinson, 161

Telephones, rural communities, subsidization, Canadian Radio-television Telecommunications review commission: Goohsen, 617; Lingenfelter, 617

Tommy Douglas Memorial Hospital Act (No. 745): Aldridge, 1177-8; Calvert, 1178

Trucking industry, longer vehicles, policy: Bjornerud, 1119; Bradley, 1119

Universities, enrolment, out-of-province students: Crofford, 1148-9; Haverstock, 1148

Urban municipalities, grants in lieu of taxes, government buildings, Regina: Bjornerud, 222; Cline, 222

Utilities, rates, review process: Boyd, 2034; Lingenfelter, 2034

Veterans

Independence program, benefits, widows, extension: Draude, 1176-7; Lingenfelter, 1177

Metis, treatment, addressing: Belanger, 1525; Goulet, 1525

Water, groundwater contamination, cattle operation (Perry Anton), judicial review, terms of reference: Goohsen, 1715-6; Lautermilch, 1715-6

Water quality, contamination, pesticides: Julé, 1525-6; Scott, 1525-6

Women, shelters, Prince Albert Emergency Shelter for Women, funding: Calvert, 332; Draude, 332, 1149; Teichrob, 1149

Workers' compensation, survivor benefits: Haverstock, 529, 1120, 1602; Mitchell, 529, 1121, 1602

Young offenders

Community homes program, review: Hillson, 585; Calvert, 585

Open custody

Kenosee Youth Camp, escapes, car thefts and high-speed chase: Calvert, 1664; D'Autremont, 1663-4

Murder victim (H. Montgomery): Heppner, 40; Calvert, 40

Compensation: Calvert, 466, 468; Heppner, 466, 468

Young Offenders Act, meaningful changes: Heppner, 40-1; Calvert, 41

 

Order of Canada- See Honours and awards

 

Order of Military Merit- See Honours and awards

 

Organ donations- See Health care

 

Osler, Sask.- See Museums

 

Outfitting industry- See also Forest industry - Pasquia/Porcupine Integrated Forest Land Use Plan, Arran area; Hunters - Wildlife outfitter leases; Wilderness areas - Dore, Smoothstone lakes area, protection

Certification and licensing, Saskatchewan Outfitters Association, consultation, 1750-1

Licences/certificates, 1749 -See also Northern Saskatchewan - Recreational permits

Licensing and standards, establishment, transfer of powers

D'Autremont, 1264-5

Scott, 1264-5

 

Outlook, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Bridges; Schools - Renovation

 

P

 

Pages- See Legislative Assembly

 

Palliative care- See Health care

 

Pangman, Sask.- See Health care - Integrated Facility

 

Paralysis- See Health care

 

Parkinson's disease- See Health care

 

Parks, 1373- See also Provincial parks; Regional parks; Urban parks

 

Parks Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 9), 4-5

First reading

Scott, 108

Second reading

Scott, 650

Toth, 650-1

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 677-83

McLane, 683

Scott, 677-84

Third reading

Scott, 684

Royal Assent, 826

 

Partnership in education- See Education

 

Pasqua Hospital, Regina- See also Hospitals, Regina - Upgraded

Pharmaceutical services, expansion, member's statement

Trew, 1437

Upgrading (result of Plains Health Centre closure)

Costs, 1355-6

Funding, 1899

Responsibility, SPMC vs Health Department, 1781

 

Pasquia Health District- See also Health care - Certified combined technician, position, Rose Valley

Nurses, additional, allocation, 1300

 

Pasquia Hills- See Forest industry

 

Passover

Celebration, member's statement

Belanger, 554

Ward, 553

 

Pasta D'Aurum, Swift Current- See Food processing industry

 

Pastures- See Community pastures; Livestock industry - Drought conditions

 

Pastures Act (No. 7)

First reading

Upshall, 108

Second reading

Boyd, 619

D'Autremont, 540-1

Sonntag, 539-40

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Aldridge, 1276-8

Bjornerud, 1271-72, 1281

Goohsen, 1272-6, 1278-9

Toth, 1280-1

Upshall, 1271-81

Third reading

Upshall, 1288

Royal Assent, 1976

 

Paterson, Alick- See Hospital waiting-lists - Oncology

 

Patronage, 1882-4, 1903-4, 1930-1- See also Hog industry - Sinnett Pork Farms, Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, equity investment; Saskatchewan Health Information Network - Chief executive officer, appointment; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - Management; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President - Appointment; Saskatchewan Power Corporation - President - Severance pay; Saskatchewan Transportation Company - President, appointment; Special care homes - Kindersley Senior Care Inc., public administrator, appointment

 

Pay equity, 1194-6 -See also Public service - Classification, review

Bradley, 1149

Haverstock, 1149

 

Pay equity, member's statement

Aldridge, 705-6

 

Payroll tax, 212

 

Peace

Peace plaza, Rotary Park, Saskatoon, member's statement

Atkinson, 1710-11

 

Pelican Lake Band- See Indians/First Nations - Funding, accountability

 

Pelican Narrows, Sask.- See Students - Outstanding, Opawikoscikan School, Pelican Narrows

 

Pelli, Rachel- See Health care - Hepatitis C victims, compensation

 

Pensions- See Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 44); SaskTel Pension Implementation Act (No. 40); Teachers; Teachers'- Superannuation Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 53)

 

Perogies- See Food - Preparation and service, rural Saskatchewan, Health Department, regulations

 

Personal injury protection plan- See Motor vehicle insurance

 

Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation- See Forest industry - Wapa Weeka saw mill, construction

 

Petitions

See

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale

Public inquiry

Children

Protection, Walchuck case, Melville, maternal grandparents, custody

Crown corporations

Foreign investments

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Multiple sclerosis

Betasaron and Copaxone

Electricity

Rates, Northern Saskatchewan

Underground lines, rural communities, original rate

Highways and roads

Fatalities, commemorative markers

Highway No. 1

Four-lane, Gull Lake and Alberta border

Twinning

Funding agreements

Highway No. 40, relocation to east of the David Laird Campground

Highway No. 349, gravel portion, repair and pave

Secondary highway system, rebuilding

Hospitals

Closure, Carrot River, presentation

Hunters/Hunting

Night hunting, ban, aboriginal and Metis cooperation

Motor vehicle insurance

Personal injury protection plan, equitable treatment

Municipalities

Recreational facilities, non-profit, electricity and natural gas rates, affordable, provision

Natural gas

Northern Saskatchewan, legislation

Rural communities, original rate

North Central Health District

Radiology service, required level, maintenance

Northern Saskatchewan

Government action, health, education, jobs, homes and roads

Plains Health Centre, Regina, Closure

Moratorium

Prevention

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

President, severance pay, cancellation

Telephones

Pay phones, Pelly, removal, prevention

Workers' compensation; Survivor benefits

Young offenders

Youth

Crime, legislation

 

Peyakowak, Regina- See Family - Violence, victims, aboriginal community, funding

 

Pharmaceuticals- See Drugs and pharmaceuticals

 

Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 1998 (No. 18)

First reading

Serby, 226

Second reading

MacKinnon, 621-2

Toth, 622

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Serby, 724-624

Toth, 724-6

Third reading

Serby, 726

Royal Assent, 826

 

Photo radar- See Automobile and highway safety

 

Physical Therapists Act, 1998 (No. 19)

First reading

Serby, 226

Second reading

MacKinnon, 622

Toth, 622-3, 674-5

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Serby, 992-7

Toth, 992-7

Third reading

Serby, 998

Royal Assent, 1090

 

Physicians/Doctors, 210

College of Family Physicians of Canada, honorary fellowship, Dr. Lionel Lavoie, member's statement

Gantefoer, 1232

Doctor pool, establishment, 1837-9

Health information, sharing- See Saskatchewan Health Information Network

Number practising, 1356

Partnership, renewed, 4

Recruitment

Difficulties, College of Physicians and Surgeons and Immigration Department, 1307-9

Rural communities, 210

Rural communities, retaining, 210

Shortage, government action, 1916

D'Autremont, 1070

Romanow, 1070-1

Serby, 1070

Specialists

Anesthetists, departure

Atkinson, 2128-9

McLane, 2128

Larger cities, video links with health professionals in smaller communities, 210

Number practising, 1356

Recruitment, efforts, 1357

Services withdrawal, Swift Current, member's statement

McPherson, 219, 234

Working environment, more stable and secure, 4

 

Pinehouse Lake, Sask.- See Schools - Construction

 

Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia- See Health care - Capital projects, South Country Health District

 

Pipelines Act, 1998 (No. 25)

First reading

Mitchell, 531

Second reading, 1703

D'Autremont, 909

Goohsen, 1052-62

Lautermilch, 672

Toth, 672-3

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Goohsen, 1972-5

Lautermilch, 1972, 1975

Third reading

Lautermilch, 1976

Royal Assent, 1977

Costs, 1776

 

Pipestone Valley Agro Parts- See Property - Assessment

 

Plains Health Centre, Regina- See also Regina Health District Board - Chief executive officer, memo; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Administrative offices, relocation

Closure, 728-9, 1337-8, 1897, 1960, 1962- See also Health care - Access, Southern Saskatchewan residents; Hospitals, Regina - Beds, shortage, post-surgery (G. Frith); Hospitals - Regina, consolidation; Pasqua Hospital - Upgrading; Physicians/doctors - Specialists, anesthetists, departure; Regina General Hospital - Expansion

Aldridge, 14-15, 159-60, 307-8, 350-1, 380-1, 412-13, 466-7, 875-6

Cline, 307-8

Crofford, 350-1, 380-1, 875-6

D'Autremont, 706-7

Gantefoer, 203

McLane, 1087-8

Osika, 1875

Romanow, 14-15, 159-60, 203, 308, 1087-8

Serby, 413, 466-7, 706-7, 1875

Ambulance services, concerns

Aldridge, 951-2

Romanow, 952

Serby, 951-2

Cost

McPherson, 332-3

Serby, 332-3

Free vote, allowing, 1913-14

Calvert, 845

Crofford, 876-7

D'Autremont, 872, 1460

Haverstock, 924

Krawetz, 900, 949-50, 982-3, 1071, 1380-1, 1420, 1437, 1449-50

Lingenfelter, 876-7, 1420-1

MacKinnon, 1449-50

Romanow, 845-6, 949-50, 983, 1071, 1438, 1460-1

Serby, 900, 924, 1381

Toth, 845-6, 876-7

Free vote, allowing, member's statement

D'Autremont, 1435

Krawetz, 1083, 1116, 1448

Government sensitivity

Osika, 984

Romanow, 984

Moratorium, 1853

Cline, 1120

McLane, 1120

Moratorium, M. (Toth)

Toth, 1100-4

Van Mulligen, 1104-11

Moratorium, petitions, 670*, 702, 732, 762, 788, 818, 840, 870, 896, 917, 978, 1008, 1034, 1064, 1082, 1114, 1142, 1172, 1200, 1230, 1260, 1518, 1868

Bjornerud, 661, 669*, 701, 731, 817, 839, 977, 1033, 1063, 1081, 1113, 1141, 1171, 1199, 1457

Boyd, 661, 669*, 839, 869, 977, 1007, 1033, 1063, 1081, 1113, 1141, 1171, 1457

D'Autremont, 701, 731, 761, 787, 817, 839, 869, 895, 945, 1033, 1063, 1141, 1171, 1199, 1229, 1457, 1787

Draude, 661, 669*, 701, 787, 869, 895, 945, 1033, 1063, 1081, 1113, 1141, 1171, 1199

Gantefoer, 669*, 701, 731, 787, 817, 839, 895, 945, 977, 1033, 1063, 1081, 1113, 1141, 1171, 1199

Heppner, 661, 669*, 701, 787, 817, 839, 869, 895, 945, 977, 1033, 1063, 1081, 1113, 1141, 1199

Krawetz, 661, 669*, 701, 787, 817, 839, 869, 895, 945, 977, 1007, 1033, 1063, 1081, 1113, 1199, 1229, 1457

Toth, 701, 731, 761, 787, 817, 839, 869, 895, 945, 977, 1007, 1033, 1081, 1113, 1141, 1171, 1199, 1787

Prevention

Aldridge, 846-7

McLane, 1438-9

Osika, 667-8, 1463

Romanow, 667-8, 846-7, 1438-9

Serby, 1463-4

Billboard campaign, Regina city buses, member's statement

McPherson, 1011

Communication, Premier, presentation, 1852

Darlene Sterling, government remarks, legislative sitting, boycott, member's statement

Osika, 1144

Emergency motion

Krawetz, 1453

MacKinnon, 1453

Emergency motion, member's statement

Osika, 1448

Public meeting, member's statement

D'Autremont, 671*

Rally, Premier addressing

Aldridge, 1453

Serby, 1453

Prevention, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 1469

Prevention, member's statement

Aldridge, 463

McLane, 463-4

McPherson, 494

Prevention, petitions, 36, 66, 124, 154, 184, 198, 218, 232, 248, 262, 302, 328, 346,