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4th Session, 23rd Legislature

1999

 

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Aboriginal employment development program
  See Indians/First Nations

 

Aboriginals  See Indians/First Nations

 

Accidents

South Saskatchewan River rescue, Saskatoon, Gordon Doell, member's statement

Whitmore, 104

 

Accountability of Subsidiaries of Subsidiary Crown Corporations Act (No. 224)

First reading

Boyd, 715

 

Action Plan for Children  See Child poverty

 

Actors  See Drama

 

Acute care  See Health care – Primary services; Hospitals

 

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, 46–67, 78–99, 109–28, 138–76, 189–209, 221–39

Speakers:

Belanger, 199–204

Bjornerud, 158–65

Boyd, 123–8

D'Autremont, 84–90

Draude, 194–9

Flavel, 190–4

Gantefoer, 51–6

Goohsen, 154–8

Heppner, 171–6

Hillson, 32–5

Jess, 19–24

Julé, 227–31

Junor, 114–17

Kasperski, 208–9, 221–7

Kowalsky, 67, 165–71

Krawetz, 26–32

Langford, 142–4

Lautermilch, 148–54

McLane, 231–5

Murray, 56–8

Murrell, 24–6

Osika, 204–8

Renaud, 35–6, 46–51

Sonntag, 189–90

Stanger, 90–4

Thomson, 58–67

Toth, 109–14

Trew, 117–23

Upshall, 78–84

Wall, 138–42

Ward, 144–8

Whitmore, 94–9

Wiens, 235–9

Motion for consideration, moved by Mr. Jess, seconded by Ms. Murrell, 23–4; amdt. (Krawetz, ) 31–2

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 239

 

Address in Reply to  the Speech from the Throne, member's statement

Heppner, 10

 

Administration of Estates Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 28)

First reading

Nilson, 614

Second reading, 693

D'Autremont, 633

Nilson, 633

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 697

Nilson, 697

Third reading

Nilson, 699

Royal Assent, 706

 

Adult basic education, 286

 

Advertising  See Agriculture Department – Communications Branch; Highways and Transportation Department – Polling and advertising

 

Ag-West Biotech, 25

 

AgrEvo Canada  See Grain – Wheat varieties, hardier, research development project, funding

 

Agri-Food Innovation Fund, 21, 25

 

Agricultural biotechnology, 2, 96, 284

Research and development, funding, 284, 390

 

Agricultural Credit Corporation of Saskatchewan

Legal counsel, 1128

Loans, 1127–8

Loss provision, 943

Outstanding, collection, court cases, 943–4

 

Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 237)

First reading

Goohsen, 405

 

Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA)  See Farm income

 

Agricultural products

Debranning plant, Rosthern, member's statement

Heppner, 245

Prices, 194

 

Agricultural research and development

Funding, 21, 24, 284, 286, 390, 410

Strategic research program, funding, 284

Technology adoption and demonstration initiative, 284

 

Agriculture, 26, 94, 198, 231, 284, 316, 355, 409, 1140, 1151  See also Co-operatives; Economy; Game farming; Value added industries/products; Women

Commitment, 21, 24, 352

Crisis, 85–6, 95, 155, 193–5, 206, 227–8, 232, 238, 355, 439  See also Communities; Drought; Grain – Prices – Subsidies

Diversification, 30, 49, 238, 390, 393

Funding  See also Agri-Food Innovation Fund

Funding, 85, 147, 162, 166, 355, 414

Funding, member's statement

Langford, 295

Government assistance, 2, 21, 27, 29, 113–14, 1134–5, 1139, 1145–7  See also Crop insurance; Farm income – Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA); Farm income – Net Income Stabilization Account (NISA)

Bjornerud, 279, 339

Romanow, 279

Upshall, 339–40

Long-term, 52, 317, 355  See also Farm safety net program

Short-term solution, 355  See also Farm income – Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA)

Government assistance, M. (Johnson); amdt. (Boyd)

Boyd, 551–5

Johnson, 549–50

Julé, 555–6

Murrell, 550–1

Grants, 21

Innovation, funding  See Agri-Food Innovation Fund

New methods, research and development, funding, 284

Prices, decline, 229, 409–10  See also Farm income

Saskatchewan Party policies, 80–4

Soil Conservation Week, April 19–23, 1999, member's statement

Bradley, 727

Stabilization plan  See Gross revenue insurance program

World Trade Organization Agreement, 82

 

Agriculture and Food Department

Administration costs, 317

Communications Branch, expenses increase

Aldridge, 219

Bradley, 219

Estimates, main (1999–2000), 451, 699–706, 941–8

Bjornerud, 699–706, 941–5

Draude, 945–6

McLane, 946–7

Upshall, 699–706, 941–8

Funding, 21, 24

Minister  See also Farm income – Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA)

Out-of-province travel costs

Aldridge, 219

Bradley, 219

 

Agriculture Committee

Name substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 18

 

AIDA  See Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA)

 

Air ambulance  See Ambulance service

 

Air transportation  See also Executive aircraft

Canadian Aerial Applicators Association, Ace Award, Jeff Dean, Invermay, member's statement

Krawetz, 726

 

Alameda, Sask.  See Livestock industry – Grazing rights; Rafferty Alameda dam

 

Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Regina  See Cancer – Prostate, high dose rate brachytherapy (HDRB) program

 

Alliance Pipeline  See Natural gas – Pipelines

 

Alpaca farming

Wilkie, La Palma Sunrise Alpacas, member's statement

Murrell, 480

 

Ambulance service, 411

Air ambulance, 156

Costs, rural patients vs. urban patients, 432

Atkinson, 188, 320, 1103–4

D'Autremont, 187–8

Hillson, 1103–4

Funding, 3, 88

Atkinson, 1105

Hillson, 1105

Funding, member's statement

Hillson, 651

Rural communities, 191

 

Aneroid, Sask.  See Grain – Elevators, closure – Prevention

 

Animal Protection Act, 1999 (No. 36), 5

First reading

Upshall, 810

Second reading

Teichrob, 917–18

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Upshall, 1047

Third reading

Upshall, 1048

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Anniversaries, celebrations  See Provincial Secretary

 

Applied science and technology  See Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians Act; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

 

Apprenticeship  See Training programs

 

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Act, 1999 (No. 26), 3

First reading

Sonntag, 614

Second reading

Krawetz, 868

Sonntag, 866–8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 948–51

Sonntag, 948–51

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 952

Royal Assent, 1161

Implementation process, 985

 

Apprenticeship Commission

Establishment funding, 985

 

Appropriation Act, 1999 (No. 1) (No. 24)

First reading

Cline, 495

Second reading

Cline, 495

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 495

Third reading

Cline, 495

Royal Assent, 495

 

Appropriation Act, 1999 (No. 2) (No. 45)

First reading

MacKinnon, 1157

Second reading

MacKinnon, 1157

Committee of the Whole Assembly

MacKinnon, 1157

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1157

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Armed forces  See also Royal Canadian Air Force

Cadet honour band of the prairie region, member's statement

Bjornerud, 103

Flavel, 215

 

Armstrong Cheese Company  See Food processing industry

 

Artists  See Poets

 

Arts  See Saskatchewan Arts Board; Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts Act (No. 303)

Commercial visual  See Culture – Cultural industries development fund

 

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 8)

First reading

Teichrob, 137

Second reading

Bjornerud, 511

Draude, 266

Hillson, 511

Teichrob, 265–6

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 587–93, 633–4

Teichrob, 587–93, 633–4

Third reading

Teichrob, 642

Royal Assent, 706

 

Assiniboia, Sask.  See Highways and roads – Signage, Ponteix

 

Assiniboine River  See Water – Management, Upper Assiniboine River Basin Study

 

Assiniboine Valley Health District  See Hospitals – Preeceville

 

Aubichon, Leslie  See Cancer – Patients, Northern Saskatchewan

 

Autism  See Schools – Speech and language pathologists

 

Auto Theft Committee

Strategy  See Saskatchewan Government Insurance – Crime prevention, youth-oriented programs

 

Automobile and highway safety, 393  See also Highways and roads – Highway No. 10; Police services – High speed chases

 

Awards  See Honours and awards

 

Axtell, Don  See Legislative Assembly members – Constituency expenses, charitable foundations donations

 

CINDEX Index B

Baker, Janice G.- See Electoral Office - Chief Electoral Officer

 

Balanced Budget Act, 291

 

Balanced Budget Act, 1999 (No. 202)

First reading

Gantefoer, 282

 

Balcarres, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 10; Hospitals - Improved; Nursing homes - Improved

 

Bankruptcies, 229

 

Barriers to Access report- See Special care homes - Shortage

 

Base metals- See also Mining industry - Hardrock mining

Royalty structure, new, introduction, 284, 390, 393

 

Battered women- See Women

 

C

Cadillac, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Signage, Ponteix

 

Cameron, Stan- See Labour Department - Occupational Health and Safety Division, funding, accountability; Workers' Advocate Office - Funding, accountability

 

Campbell, Elmer- See Fishing industry - Overfishing protection, Dillon band

 

Canada Foundation for Innovation, 521- See also High technology - Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon; University of Regina

 

Canada Health Act, 60, 139, 170, 230, 389, 434

Legislative Assembly members, public positions, challenge to explain, 4

Unconditional support for principles and continued application as a national statute- See Saskatchewan Medicare Act

 

Canada Health and Social Transfers- See Training programs - Funding - Federal transfers

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Western Economic Partnership Agreement- See Oil industry - Heavy oil - Science centre, Lloydminster

 

Canada Transportation Act, 48, 392

 

Canada Trust- See Students - Scholarships

 

Canadian Grain Commission- See Grain transportation - Handlers' strike - Government action

 

Canadian Institutes of Health Research- See Medical research - Funding

 

Canadian Pacific Railway- See Grain -- Elevators, closure - Prevention

 

Canadian Tire- See Retail industry

 

Canadian Union of Public Employees'- See Health care providers/workers - Collective bargaining

 

Canadian Wheat Board, 48, 82-3

Monopoly, 92

 

Canamino Inc.- See Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation

 

Cancer

Breast cancer- See Women - Health care

Drugs, funding, 287, 353

Patients- See also North Central Health District - Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, employees, strike

Chemotherapy, Tyrell Dueck, parents'- presence denial- See also Child protection - Family intervention, Social Services Department, policy review

Draude, 73, 75

Van Mulligen, 73, 75

Northern Saskatchewan, Leslie Aubichon, 202

Prostate, high dose rate brachytherapy (HDRB) program, Allan Blair Cancer Centre, member's statement

Murray, 71

Surgery, follow-up treatment (R. Hammermeister)

Atkinson, 132-4

D'Autremont, 132-4

Treatments

Improvements, 3-4, 115, 118, 122, 139, 171, 287, 306, 322, 346, 353, 363, 378, 410

Funding, 287-8, 388, 419, 444, 448

Liberal Party position, 380

Outreach, 288, 411

 

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

 

Canwood Economic Development Corporation- See Small business - Small business loans association program, employment development - Rural communities

 

Career and employment services- See Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

 

Carlton Trail Regional College, Humboldt- See Schools - Construction and maintenance -- Joint-use facilities -- Humboldt Collegiate Institute

 

Carlton Trail Regional Economic Development Authority- See Regional economic development authorities

 

Carrot River, Sask.- See Health care; Hospitals

 

Carrot River Pork Producers- See Hog industry

 

Cattle industry, 25- See also Crown land - Leases, regulations

Grazing land- See Crown land - St. Brieux, wildlife habitat, preservation

Pride of the Prairies, 80th annual bull sale and show, Lloydminster, member's statement

Stanger, 245

 

Cemeteries Act, 1999 (No. 30)

First reading

Nilson, 758

Second reading

Bjornerud, 909

Nilson, 822-3

Toth, 823

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Hillson, 970

Nilson, 970

Third reading

Nilson, 981

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Central America

Hurricane Mitch survivors, assistance, Lakeview School grades 5 and 6 fundraising, member's statement

Nilson, 295

 

Central Plains Health District

Funding, capital- See Hospitals - New, construction - Humboldt

 

Cerebral palsy- See Education - Conducive Education program, Estey School, Saskatoon

 

Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale

Public Accounts Committee report, 127, 195, 199

 

Charitable foundations- See also Legislative Assembly members - Constituency expenses; Tommy Douglas House

Non-Profit Corporations Act, non-compliance, 618-19

Julé, 300-1

Van Mulligen, 301

 

Chelation therapy- See Medicare

 

Chemotherapy- See Cancer - Patients

 

Child action plan- See Child poverty - Action Plan for Children

 

Child and Family Services Act- See Child protection - Guidance

 

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 1), 5, 231, 437- See also Children - At risk -Protection, government action

First reading

Van Mulligen, 78

Second reading

Hillson, 507

Julé, 506-7

Toth, 256

Van Mulligen, 253-6

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 765-70

Van Mulligen, 765-70

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 772

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Child benefit- See Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit

 

Child care

Souris Valley Child Care Centre and The Family Place, Weyburn, Premier's visit, member's statement

Bradley, 805

 

Child custody- See also Children - Access

Shared parenting, federal legislation, 1006

 

Child maintenance- See Maintenance orders

 

Child poverty, 169

Action Plan for Children, 5, 58, 116, 123, 193, 286, 306, 347, 356, 361, 387, 389- See also Child care - Souris Valley Child Care Centre and The Family Place, Weyburn; Children - Hunger; Children - Immunization programs; Education - Community education; Schools - Lunch programs

Champions for Children Award, 58, 116

Funding, 286, 449

Priorities- See Child poverty - Reduction; Children - At risk - Support; Children - Early childhood development, strengthening; Communities - Safety; Family - Poverty, reduction; Youth - At risk, support

Action Plan for Children, member's statement

Stanger, 336

National Child Benefit, 286, 306, 415- See also above Action Plan for Children

National Children's agenda, 58

 

Child protection

Concerns, forwarding to police, 920

Family intervention, 408-9

Social Services Department, policy review, member's statement

Draude, 182

Social Services Department, policy review, petitions

Draude, 333, 497

Gantefoer, 211, 293, 333, 365, 397, 423, 477, 497, 527, 607

Julé, 211, 497, 557, 607, 1009

Krawetz, 557

Toth, 333, 365, 423, 497

Guidance, Child and Family Services Act, 918

Investigation procedures, 918-19

Family, access, 919-20

Public access, 919

 

Child sexual abuse

Conviction, fines, increase- See also Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 1)

Julé, 753

Nilson, 753

Legislative Assembly member, Cypress Hills constituency

Charge -See Court system - Backlog

Conviction, expulsion

Julé, 653

MacKinnon, 653

 

Child support payments- See Maintenance orders

 

Children- See also Health care - Pediatric transport; Indians/First Nations; Prostitution

Abuse, 361

Access, grandparents- See Children's Law Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 244)

At risk, 286, 361, 445- See also Family - Health benefits; Schools -- Safety, addressing

Early intervention, 48-9- See also Schools - Pre-kindergarten programs, stronger

Protection

Government action

Julé, 73-4

Van Mulligen, 74

Government action, petitions

Hillson, 102

Social workers' caseload, alleviation, 974-5

Support, 58

Autistic, 447

Disabled and handicapped- See Education - Special needs

Early childhood development, strengthening, 58

Fetal alcohol syndrome- See Health care

Health services, specialty- See Health care - Paediatric transport

Hunger, 193, 290, 415, 440

Prevention, 286

Regina Food for Learning Week, April 19-23, 1999, member's statement

Trew, 626

Immunization programs, 286, 448

In care, corporal punishment, Social Services Department, view, 920

Infant mortality, 125, 175, 199, 230

Learning disabilities, diagnostic assessment and programming, funding, petitions

Haverstock, 8, 38, 70, 129, 180, 212, 242, 274, 294, 334, 366, 424, 477, 528, 623, 649-50, 679, 707, 749-50, 800, 856, 1009, 1067

Nutrition

Poor, elimination, 4

Program, funding, 415

Saskatchewan Child Benefit, 47, 58, 286, 306, 312, 325, 360-1, 389, 445-6, 922

Saskatchewan Council on Children, 58

Shelter/refuge, Block Parent program, 15th anniversary, member's statement

Kasperski, 752

Tax reduction- See Income - Saskatchewan tax reduction

Vulnerable- See above At risk

 

Children's Advocate, 58, 361- See also Young offenders - Custody centres, review

Estimates (1999-2000), committee referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

 

Children's Law Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 244)

First reading

Draude, 1018

 

Chinese Canadians- See Small business - Star Caf-, Marcelin, 75th anniversary

 

Churchbridge Rural Municipality- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 8 - Langenburg north

 

Churchill, Man.- See Ports

 

Citizens

Lakeland citizen of the year, Noreen Dochylo, member's statement

Langford, 73

 

Civil rights, member's statement

McPherson, 934

 

Climax, Sask.- See Rural communities - Southwest, police services

 

Co-operation, 1, 3, 19, 23, 25, 208, 235-9, 289, 322, 343, 359

 

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation- See Students - Tuition fees - Abolishment

 

Co-operatives, 1, 236-7, 393- See also New Generation Co-operatives Act (No. 42)

Agricultural, 25

Building blocks in new economy, 2

Development- See Economic and Co-operative Development Department

Investment capital, new, 2

Weyburn Co-op, record year, member's statement

Bradley, 652

 

Cody, Don- See Legislative Assembly members - Constituency expenses, charitable foundations - Donations

 

Collective bargaining- See Labour relations

 

Committees, special- See Regulations Committee

 

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

 

Commodities

Price decline, 94, 98, 148, 169, 194, 283, 355

 

Common sense, 3, 23-4, 26, 191, 199, 228, 446

 

Communication Committee

Legislative Library, annual report, committee referral, M. (MacKinnon), 17

Records retention and disposal, committee referral, M. (MacKinnon), 17

Third report, 1009

Third report, M. (Murray) for concurrence

Murray, 1010

 

Communities, 1, 49, 227, 231, 358, 361, 440- See also Education; Schools -- Social, cultural and educational community centres; Transportation - System of the future, building

Agriculture crisis, impact, 29-30, 161

Economic development, 361

Herbert, caring and compassion, member's statement

Aldridge, 532-3

Moosomin Chamber of Commerce banquet, member's statement

Toth, 277

New millennium celebrations, funding, 1033-4

Northern Saskatchewan

Activist, Alex Shatilla, recognition, 201

Turnor Lake, memorandum of understanding, 200

Nutrition programs, 3, 88

Safety, 1, 4, 48, 58, 193, 198, 286, 287, 289-90, 347, 356, 387, 389, 393, 437- See also Child poverty - Action Plan for Children; Family -- Building Independence: investing in families

People's agenda, 5, 167

Priority, 5, 167

Strengthening, 359

Volunteer Wall, of fame, 10th annual induction ceremony, Regina, member's statement

Kasperski, 245

 

Community, 235-6, 322, 393

 

Community health centres- See Health care - Centres

 

Community homes, 197, 416

 

Community justice committees- See Young offenders - Rehabilitation and reconciliation initiatives

 

Compassion, 235-6, 238-9, 289, 343

 

Computers- See Education; Information technology; Saskatchewan Power Corporation; Schools

 

Con-Force Construction- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation -- Lucky Lake Potato Storage Company, purchase

 

Condie-Queen Elizabeth transmission line- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation

 

Condolences- See also Labour Department - Minister, daughter's death

Communication, M. (Lingenfelter)

Lingenfelter, 253

Communication, M. (Romanow)

Romanow, 1081, 1114

Elias, Isaak (former MLA), M. (Lingenfelter)

Heppner, 252-3

Lingenfelter, 252

Osika, 253

Kramer, Eiling (former MLA), M. (Romanow)

Hillson, 1111-12

Jess, 1112-13

Johnson, 1113-14

Kowalsky, 1113

Krawetz, 1111

Renaud, 1114

Romanow, 1108-11

Neudorf, William Z. (former MLA), M. (Romanow)

Haverstock, 1080

Heppner, 1080

Lingenfelter, 1080-1

Osika, 1080

Romanow, 1078-9

Toth, 1079-80

Wiens, 1081

 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner

Estimates, committee referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

 

Constitution- See Referendum and Plebiscite Amdt. Act, 1999 (Constitutional Amendment Referendum) (No. 208)

 

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Name substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 18

Name substitution, M. (MacKinnon, )

MacKinnon, 189

 

Constitutional Questions Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 18)

First reading

Nilson, 188

Second reading

Draude, 262

Heppner, 513-14

Nilson, 261-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 617

Nilson, 617

Third reading

Nilson, 618

Royal Assent, 706

 

Construction industry

Building permits, statistics, member's statement

Wall, 499-500, 1072

 

Construction Industry Labour Relations Act, 1992, 360

 

Construction Labour Relations Association- See SaskFor MacMillan mill, Hudson Bay - Oriented strand board project tender

 

Consul, Sask.- See Rural communities - Southwest, police services

 

Coroners Act, 1999 (No. 6)

First reading

Nilson, 109

Withdrawal, 177

 

Coroners Act, 1999 (No. 21)

First reading

Nilson, 250

Second reading

Julé, 632

Nilson, 631

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 735-6

Nilson, 735-6

Third reading

Nilson, 739

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 32)

First reading

Cline, 810

Second reading

Cline, 914

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 951-2

Gantefoer, 951

Third reading

Cline, 952

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Corporation income tax, 303, 353

Rate reduction, 20%, 57

 

Corporations- See Business Corporations Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 20)

 

Correctional centres

Increasing number, remodeling, 1031

Inmates, work option, 1031

 

Cost of living

Alberta, comparison, 203

 

Cottages

Flood damage, compensation, Fishing Lake, 831-2

 

Court-houses

Closure, Kerrobert and Melville, 1030

 

Court of Queen's Bench

Family law division, 58

 

Court system

Backlog, 1004-5

 

Crafts- See Culture - Cultural industries development fund

 

Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan Act, 1999 (No. 301)

Petition, 478, 498

Second reading

Wall, 585

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 821

Third reading

Wall, 822

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Credit unions- See also Farm land - Leases, renewal and rate increases

Lloydminster Credit Union, successful year, member's statement

Stanger, 609

Southwest Credit Union, Swift Current, 1998 banner year, member's statement

Wall, 565

 

Cremation- See Funeral and Cremation Services Act (No. 31)

 

Crime, 126, 173, 176, 290, 408- See also Young offenders

Causes, 193, 287, 389- See Children - Nutrition - Poor, elimination; Education - Enhancement; Education - Lack; Family - Violence - Reduction; Health care - Fetal alcohol syndrome; Poverty - Elimination; Unemployment - Elimination

Prevention, 4- See also Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Reduction strategy, 4, 287

Serious crime

Task force, 4

Units, funding, 287

Serious habitual offenders program, funding, 287, 389

Statistics, government action

Julé, 404

Nilson, 404-5

 

Crop insurance, 48, 83-4, 91

Affordable and effective, 176

Contracts, statistics, 944

Crops left over winter, wildlife damage, 1127

Enrolment, 706

Expansion and enhancement, 284, 390

Fund, surplus funds, 944

Funding, 21, 24

Premiums, reduction, 284, 316-17, 355, 390, 410, 944-5

 

Crops

New

Diversification, 2, 94-5

Research and development, funding, 284

Specialty, 20, 25

 

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement, 845-6 -See also SaskFor MacMillan mill, Hudson Bay - Oriented strand board project tender

Cancellation

Saskatchewan Party legislation, proposal, 310

Cancellation, petitions

Bjornerud, 527

Boyd, 7, 101

Gantefoer, 7, 101, 273

Julé, 37, 129, 273, 527

Krawetz, 7, 129, 423

Toth, 179, 273, 557, 1097

 

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement Revocation Act (No. 217)

First reading

Boyd, 714

 

Crown Corporation Managers' and Permanent Heads' Salaries Act (No. 221)

First reading

Boyd, 715

Withdrawal

Boyd, 724

 

Crown Corporation Managers' and Permanent Heads' Salaries Act (No. 242)

First reading

Boyd, 908

 

Crown corporations, 204, 236, 413- See also Budget

Changing environment, 432

Liberal Party position, 383

Management

Boyd, 937-8

Lingenfelter, 937-8

Privatization, 50, 144

Profits

Boyd, 682

Lingenfelter, 682

Public opinion polls, funding

McPherson, 1075-6

Upshall, 1076

Subsidiary- See Accountability of Subsidiaries of Subsidiary Crown Corporations Act (No. 224)

 

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 1999 (Foreign Investment Prohibition) (No. 218)

First reading

Boyd, 714

 

Crown Corporations Amdt. (Referendum) Act (No. 223)

First reading

Boyd, 715

 

Crown Corporations (Board of Directors Appointment) Amdt. Act (No. 222)

First reading

Boyd, 715

 

Crown Corporations Committee

Ninth report, 578

Ninth report, M. (Lorje) for concurrence

Lorje, 578

 

Crown Corporations Disclosure Act (No. 219)

First reading

Boyd, 714

Withdrawal

Boyd, 733

 

Crown Corporations Disclosure Act (No. 243)

First reading

Boyd, 908

 

Crown Corporations Rate Review Act, 1999 (No. 220)

First reading

Boyd, 687

 

Crown land- See also Farm land

Leases, regulations, 947-8

St. Brieux, wildlife habitat, preservation, 927-8

 

Crown Land Tenants Association- See Farm land - Leases, renewal and rate increases

 

Crystal Lakes School Division- See School divisions - Amalgamation

 

Culture, 312- See also Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department

Industries development fund, 314, 416, 606

 

Curling- See Sports

 

D

Dance

Polonia Dance Ensemble, Regina, 11th annual presentation, member's statement

Kasperski, 1013

 

Davidson, Sask.- See Saskatchewan Federation of Labour - Meeting

 

Day care- See Child care

 

Debt, public- See Government expenditures

 

Deer- See Wildlife

 

Delta Project- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - SAP software

 

Democratic reform, 228

 

Department of- see under term e.g. Department of Health See Health Department

 

Deputy Premier- See also Executive aircraft

Travel and cultural tastes, member's statement

Aldridge, 215

 

Desjarlais, Wendell- See Employment development - Ile-a-la-Crosse, Sakitawak Development Corporation

 

Diesel fuel- See Farm fuel

 

Disabled and handicapped persons- See also Public service - Women, aboriginals and handicapped persons, percentage; Recycling industry - Mallard Diversified, Wadena

Accessibility, 447

Children- See Education - Special needs programs

Northern Saskatchewan, Garry Tinker, 200

Office of Disability Issues, 361

Prince Albert Community Workshop, 35th anniversary, member's statement

Lautermilch, 426-7

Training programs- See Training programs - Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities

 

Discrimination and racism, 446

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 1999, member's statement

Krawetz, 131

Thomson, 130-1

 

Distance education

Saskatchewan Communications Network, 63

 

District health boards- See Health district boards

 

Divisions (recorded votes)

Address in reply to the Speech from the Throne, motion for consideration 239; amdt. (Krawetz), 208

Budget (March 26, 1999), Motion to resolve into the Committee of Finance (MacKinnon); amdt. (Gantefoer), 450-1

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 1), clause 11, amdt., 770

Resumption of Services (Nurses - SUN) Act (No. 23), amendment, 474; clause 11, 474-5

 

Divorce- See Child custody; Maintenance orders

 

Doctors- See Physicians/Doctors

 

Documents- See Record retention and disposal

 

Dollard, Sask.- See Grain -- Elevators, closure - Prevention

 

Dorsey (James E.) report- See Health care - Labour relations reorganization

 

Drama- See also Theatre

Politicians, bad actors, member's statement

McPherson, 131

 

Drivers' licences- See also Maintenance orders - Enforcement

Photo- See Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 210)

 

Drought, 59, 90, 94, 148-9, 231, 355

Government assistance, 169

 

Drug abuse/substance abuse

Calder Centre, Saskatoon, youth addiction services, provision, 573

Youth addiction services, provision, 573-4

Funding, 573

 

Drugs and pharmaceuticals- See also Pharmacies

Generic drug policy- See High technology - Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon

New, 362-3

Prescription drug plan

Fosamax, coverage, 384

Atkinson, 372-3

McLane, 372-3

Funding, 419, 444

 

Drunk driving- See Impaired driving

 

Dueck, Tyrell- See Cancer - Patients - Chemotherapy

 

E

E commerce- See Internet

 

Eagle Creek Rural Development Corporation- See Small business - Small business loans association program - Employment development

 

Earth Day, April 22, 1999

28th annual, member's statement

Trew, 708-9

 

East Central Health District- See also Health care - Kidney dialysis - Yorkton; Hospitals - Foam Lake; Nurses - Shortage

Deficit, 164

 

Eastend, Sask.- See Rural communities - Southwest, police services

 

Easter

Celebration, member's statement

Toth, 399-400

Whitmore, 399

Holy Week observance, member's statement

McLane, 336

 

Economic and Co-operative Development Department- See also Information Technology Office

Estimates (1999-2000), 514-26, 993-7

Bjornerud, 993

Draude, 993-6

Gantefoer, 514-23

Hillson, 523-6, 996

Julé, 995-7

MacKinnon, 514-26, 993-7

Funding, 303

Liberal Party position, 383, 443

Networking gatherings, 303

Regina and Saskatoon, cost, 519-20

 

Economic conditions

Forecast, Pacific Rim factor, 954

 

Economic development, 124, 139, 193, 417, 439, 442, 445, 1140- See also Communities- - Economic development

Good news headlines, member's statement

Renaud, 934

Ward, 400

Liberal Party position, 383

Northern Saskatchewan, 284, 409, 417

Vs. environmental protection, 203

Partnership for Renewal, Partnership for Growth, cost, 996

Provincial comparison, 434

Rural communities, 440

Saskatchewan's Economic Developer of the Year, Brad Wall, member's statement

Gantefoer, 370

 

Economic development corporations- See Small business - Small business loans association program - Employment development - Rural communities

 

Economic indicators- See Construction industry - Building permits; Housing - Starts; Retail industry - Sales

 

Economy, 167-8, 205, 288, 303-4, 322, 352, 358-9- See also Agriculture - Crisis; Labour force -- Creative and knowledgeable

Agriculture-based, 51, 112, 125, 155, 205, 235-6, 284

Basic tools of tomorrow's economy- See Students

Confidence, 283

Diversification, 2, 20-1, 33, 51, 59, 66-7, 87, 90, 148, 152, 169, 283-4, 393, 410

Full-employment, 1

Investment, 2, 139

Taxation strategy, targeted, key, 284

Growth, 1-2, 20, 57, 59, 66, 122, 139, 145, 152, 167-8, 192-3, 228, 231, 235-6, 283, 288, 304, 311-12, 349, 356, 390, 393, 409-10, 434, 1154- See also Employment- - Loss, Kilbourn Lavalin, Saskatoon; Taxation - Incentives, targeted; Taxation - Reduction - Long-term plan

Keys to prosperous, growing Saskatchewan- See Agriculture; Economic development - Local; Economic development - Northern Saskatchewan; Research and development; Small business - Funding; Value added industries/products

Provincial comparison, 434

Regina, 221-7- See also University of Regina - Petroleum Technology Research Centre

Regina, member's statement

Kasperski, 182

Swift Current, 409

Information-based, 62

New, boom and bust cycles riding out, 2

Opportunities, new, creation, 284

Rapidly changing, highly competitive, high-tech, 286, 412

Renewal, 33, 393, 431, 435

Resource industries, crucial part, 284

Stagnation, 283

Viability, 357

 

Ecotourism, 51

 

Education, 1, 26, 95, 140-1, 167, 172, 191, 198, 208, 227, 232, 285, 289-90, 343, 347, 356, 361-2, 393, 417, 432, 435, 450, 1140- See also Adult basic education; School boards; School divisions; Schools; Students; Teachers

Basic skills, new, 2

Community education, 286

Computer skills courses and coordination, Information Technology Office, 518

Conducive Education program, Estey School, Saskatoon, cerebral palsy students, member's statement

Haverstock, 1072

Core curriculum, 62, 168

Implementation and accessibility to parents and teachers, 3, 167

Review, 2

Curriculum- See also Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation - Educational partnership, Regina Catholic school division

Evergreen Curriculum, 30-1

Funding, 285

Improvement, 30

Education Week, March 15-21, 1999- See also Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Kelsey Campus - Canadian Auto Repair and Service, motive power, accreditation

Education Week, March 15-21, 1999, member's statement

Stanger, 10-11

Enhancement, 287- See also Taxation - Reduction - Public consultation, continuing

Four-day school week, expansion, 1055-6

Funding, 30, 50, 149, 192, 206, 230, 284, 286, 304, 306-7, 311-12, 318, 321-2, 325, 347, 351, 355, 379, 389, 396, 409, 412, 433, 438, 449, 722, 1154- See also Farm land - Education tax; Property tax; School divisions - Students living in one division wanting to attend school in another division; Schools - Bus transportation - Safety

Krawetz, 430-1, 711-12

Serby, 430-1, 711-12

Federal cutbacks, 50

"Growing the base," 1062

Saskatchewan Party position, 141, 149, 151, 168, 353, 358, 412, 449

Government commitment and investment, 49

Home schooling, 228

Lack, 4

Learning, lifelong pursuit, 3, 285

Learning disabled students- See also below Special needs

Haverstock, 686

Teichrob, 686

Mathematical skills, 172, 719-20

National standards, 434

People's agenda, 167, 322, 387

Priority, 2, 150, 322, 346, 433

Quality, excellent, accessible, world-class, government commitment and investment, 3, 26, 30, 57, 62, 285

Rural communities, 197

Special needs, 415, 720-2, 1051-3, Education - Learning disabled students- See also Education - Conducive Education program; Schools - Integrated programs

Programs, 95, 168, 207

Draude, 908

Haverstock, 77-8

Serby, 77-8

Sonntag, 908

Task force, 415

Technologies, new, 30

Women's workplace issues, 854

 

Education, post-secondary, 232, 285

Facilities, funding, 285

Funding, 307

Students, statistics, 992

World class, fair and equal accessibility, 3, 393

 

Education Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 25), 3

First reading

Serby, 630

Second reading, 1065

D'Autremont, 909

Draude, 964

Krawetz, 760-1, 909

Serby, 758-60

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Draude, 1089-90

Hillson, 1090-1

Krawetz, 1085-9

Serby, 1085-91

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1091

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Education and health tax- See Sales taxes

 

Education and Health Tax Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 34)

First reading

Cline, 810

Second reading

Cline, 914-15

Toth, 915-16

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 952

Third reading

Cline, 953

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Education and Health Tax Amdt Act, 1999 (No. 203)

First reading

Gantefoer, 1078

 

Education Committee

Name substitution, M. ( MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 189

 

Education Department- See also Indians/First Nations - Education, Gordon, Muskowekan and Day Star First Nations, off-reserve educational options, agreement; Schools - Parkland Region Science Fair Awards

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 715-24, 1048-65

Draude, 1051-3

Krawetz, 715-23, 1048-51, 1053-4

McLane, 1056-8, 1064

McPherson, 1058-64

Osika, 1054-6

Serby, 715-24, 1048-64

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99)

Serby, 1065

 

Elections

Campaign advertising

Krawetz, 1014

Lingenfelter, 1014-1015

Every four years, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Whitmore)

Bjornerud, 819-20

Draude, 812-13

Hillson, 816-17

Krawetz, 810-12

Thomson, 815-16

Ward, 817-19

Whitmore, 813-15

Every four years, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Whitmore); comments and questions

Bjornerud, 820

Draude, 820-1

Hillson, 820

Kowalsky, 821

Thomson, 820-1

Toth, 821

Trew, 820

Ward, 821

Whitmore, 820

Government calling, 1154

Boyd, 628

Krawetz, 807

Lingenfelter, 628-9

Romanow, 807

Integrity, protection- See Respect for Constituents Act

Vote, Aboriginal people, Northern Saskatchewan, 202

 

Elections, 1999- See also New Democratic Party - Nomination meetings; Saskatoon Riversdale constituency - Saskatchewan Party candidate; Thunder Creek constituency - Saskatchewan Party candidate

Liberal Party platform, Priorities 1999, member's statement

McPherson, 368

Women candidates, Saskatchewan Party Leader's statement, 345

 

Elections Act- See Tommy Douglas House - Charitable corporation designation

 

Electoral Office

Chief Electoral Officer

Appointment, M. (MacKinnon)

Krawetz, 251

MacKinnon, 250-1

Osika, 251-2

Estimates (1999-2000), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

 

Electricity

Boundary Dam Power Station, emissions, 145

Co-generation projects, Wind Power and Dove Industries, court decision, member's statement

Osika, 532

Coal-fired generators vs. Kyoto Agreement, 791-2

Rates- See Farmers/Producers

 

Elk farming

Losses due to tuberculosis, compensation, member's statement

Aldridge, 709

Support, 1139

 

Emergency preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Week, May 3-7, 1999, member's statement

Draude, 1099

 

Emergency services- See Health care

 

Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities- See Training programs

 

Employers

Layoff, requirement notice and termination requirement notice, differentiation, 1043-4

 

Employment, 192, 347, 359, 393, 409, 446- See also Film industry - Employment tax credit; Indians/First Nations - Aboriginal employment development program; Manufacturing industry; Metis - Development fund; SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) - Recycling program; Training programs; Youth

Growth, 223- See also Employment development - Plan

Loss, 175, 195-6, 227, 229, 283, 303, 319, 434

Kilbourn Lavalin, Saskatoon, member's statement

Haverstock, 277

Outside Canada/Saskatchewan, opportunities, 302, 305, 414-15

Part-time, wages, poverty-line, 1042-3

People's agenda, 5, 167-8, 231

Priority, 5, 59, 167-8, 205, 231

Statistics, 20, 283, 1140

Supplement- See Income -- Saskatchewan employment supplement

 

Employment development, 1-2, 20-1, 26, 57, 65, 86-7, 111, 123-4, 139, 145, 148, 153, 168, 174-5, 192, 199, 205, 228-9, 283, 288, 290, 303, 311, 319, 322, 349, 393, 395-6, 409, 434, 439, 1151- See also Food processing industry - Mitchell's Gourmet Foods, Saskatoon, Schneider Corporation agreement; Forest industry - Expansion; Municipalities - Provincial-municipal infrastructure program; Natural gas - Alliance Pipeline; Oil industry - CO2 enhanced oil recovery program, Weyburn; Research and Development Park, Regina; Small business - Small business loans association program; Taxation - Incentives - Targeted; University of Regina - Petroleum Technology Research Centre; Weyerhaeuser Canada Ltd. - Expansion, sustainable

Advertisement, SaskTel, "lowest employee benefit costs," member's statement

Aldridge, 73

Business and co-operative community partnership, 2, 139

Government action, 520

Government record, 33, 47, 54-5, 122, 407, 436, 523-4

Ile-a-la-Crosse, Sakitawak Development Corporation, 201

Plan- See Economy - Growth - Keys to prosperous, growing Saskatchewan; Education - Funding; Training programs - Funding; Transportation - Network, building

Long-term, 290

Provincial comparison, 434

Record, Moose Jaw, member's statement

Calvert, 500

Regina, 67

Rural communities, 67

Statistics

MacKinnon, 484

Toth, 484

 

Employment equity- See also Public service - Women, aboriginals and handicapped persons, percentage

 

Energy, 1

 

Energy and Mines Department

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 783-94

D'Autremont, 786-90

Heppner, 783-5

Hillson, 790-2

Julé, 785-6

Lautermilch, 783-94

Osika, 792-4

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 794

 

Entrepreneurship, 1, 284, 343, 389- See also Small business; Women

Training, funding, 355

 

Environment, 393

 

Environment and Resource Management Department

Conservation officers- See also Wildlife - Deer antlers, harvesters, Moose Mountain Park, fines

Women, 774-5

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 642-8, 926-32

D'Autremont, 926-7

Draude, 646-8

Heppner, 930

Julé, 642-7, 927-9, 932

McLane, 930-2

Scott, 642-8, 926-32

Out-of-province trips, Mexico, 927

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 932

 

Environment Committee

Name substitution, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 189

 

Environment protection- See also Forest industry - Expansion; SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) - Recycling program

Environmental impact statements- See Water - Buffalo Pound outlet, replacement; Water - Lumsden dike, reconstruction

Kenaston School, Earth Award, member's statement

McLane, 935

Representative areas network- See Wildlife Habitat Protection Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 39)

 

Equalization payments, 436

 

Equipment- See Manufacturing industry - Investment tax credit, extension, used equipment

 

Essential services- See Labour disputes - Right to strike

 

Estates

Administration- See Administration of Estates Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 28)

Probate fees- See Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 27)

 

Estevan, Sask.- See Motor vehicles - Canadian Automobile Club and Ford Student Auto Skills Contest winners; Oil industry - Land - Sales; Retail industry - Canadian Tire, new look store; Sports - Hockey

 

Estey (Hon. Mr. Justice Willard Z.) report- See Grain transportation - Freight rates

 

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

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

Cline, 282

1999-2000, main, transmitted, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance

Cline, 282

 

Estimates Committee

Chief Electoral Officer, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Children's Advocate, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Conflict of Interest Commissioner, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Fourth report, 901

Fourth report, M. (Whitmore) for concurrence

Whitmore, 901

Information and Privacy Commissioner, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Legislative Assembly, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Name substitution, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 189

Ombudsman, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Provincial Auditor, Estimates, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Provincial Auditor, Estimates, supplementary, referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

 

Executive aircraft

Deputy premier and family, use

Lingenfelter, 186-7

Osika, 186

Ministers' travel policy, member's statement

Osika, 276-7

 

Executive Council

Funding, Liberal Party position, 383

 

Eyehill Rural Development Corporation- See Small business - Small business loans association program, employment development

 

F

Family, 347, 393- See also Child protection; Court of Queen's Bench; Farm families; Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement; Income tax - Reduction; Indians/First Nations - Child and family service agencies, reserves; Sales taxes - Reduction; Social services

Balancing work and family, Women's Secretariat publication, 851

Building independence: investing in families, strategy, 4, 58, 193, 286, 356, 389- See also Child care - Souris Valley Child Care Centre and The Family Place, Weyburn; Children - Saskatchewan Child Benefit; Family - Health benefits; Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement

Building independence: investing in families, strategy, member's statement

Stanger, 336

Care giving role, recognition, taxation policies, 852

Crisis intervention, 230

Health benefits program, 47-8, 58, 146, 286, 419, 445-6

Paternal, maternal and adoption leave, 361

Poverty, reduction, 58

Support services, funding, 198

Violence, 193, 198

Reduction, 4, 389

Rural communities, 198

Vulnerable, 286- See also Child poverty - Action Plan for Children; Family -- Building Independence: investing in families

Work, balance, 360- See also above Balancing work and family

Task force, recommendations, 851

 

Farm assets

Value, 66

 

Farm Credit Corporation- See Farm land - Leases, renewal and rate increases; Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Investment

 

Farm families

Health and safety programs, 57

 

Farm fuel

Tax exemptions and rebate, 21, 24, 355, 410, 415

Taxation, 162

 

Farm income, 381- See also Gross revenue insurance program

Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA), 24, 33-4, 48, 52, 79-80, 84, 86-7, 90-2, 98, 156-7, 158-61, 169, 231, 355, 379, 390, 408, 438, 699-700, 1145-6- See also Grain - Prices - Subsidies

Bjornerud, 402, 584-5, 756, 861-2, 905-6

Gantefoer, 1075

Teichrob, 756-7

Upshall, 402-3, 584-5, 861-2, 905-6, 1075

Agriculture Department, minister, input, 20, 173, 408, 701-3, 1134-5, 1137

Alternative plan, 1131-3, 1138

Application forms, 700-1

Bjornerud, 185-7

Upshall, 185-7

Changes, 941-3

Cost-sharing arrangement, 21, 143-4, 316, 410, 1131-2, 1137-8

Funding, 2, 25, 284, 705

Payments, 1135

Bjornerud, 732

Upshall, 732-3

Net Income Stabilization Account- (NISA), 48, 83-4, 355

Funding, 21, 91, 112

Improvements, new and expanding producers, 284

"Top-up," 2, 48, 79, 87, 232, 284, 350, 390, 410

 

Farm-input Costs Monitoring Act (No. 225)

First reading

Aldridge, 1105

 

Farm land- See also Property - Assessment; Urban municipalities

Education tax, 158, 162-3, 318, 394

Leases, renewal and rate increases, 1128-9, 1136

Sales, out-of-province, Saskatchewan Farm Security Act, 161-2, 165- See also Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 232)

Regulations, 345

Bjornerud, 43

Nilson, 43

 

Farm Land Security Board- See Farm land - Sales, out-of-province

 

Farm machinery- See also Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 237); Highway Traffic Board - Regulations; Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, Humboldt; Recycling industry - Tires

Innovative, 20

Manufacturing, 2, 95, 284

Regulations, highway, 747

Sales tax exemption, 21, 24, 355, 410, 415

 

Farm safety- See also Farm families - Health and safety programs

Advisory Committee, 360

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

Langford, 861

 

Farm safety net program- See also Crop insurance; Farm income - Net Income Stabilization Program (NISA)

Funding, 81, 91

Long-term development, 24

Long-term development, petitions

Bjornerud, 101, 129, 179, 211, 273, 293, 749, 799, 855, 901, 933

Julé, 101-2, 293, 333, 397

Krawetz, 273, 725, 855

Toth, 649, 725

Responsibility, 21

 

Farm vehicles

Insurance, short-term, 25

 

Farmers' markets

Government support, 945-6

 

Farmers/Producers, 284- See also Transportation - System of the future, building

Credit- See Agricultural Credit Corporation of- Saskatchewan; Farm Credit Corporation

Demurrage fees- See Grain transportation - Handlers' strike - Government action

Electricity rates, reduced, 25

Estevan Chamber of Commerce 18th annual Farmers Day, Stanley and Dorothy Fornwald, Lampman, outstanding farmer of the year award, member's statement

Ward, 103

Income- See Farm income

Input

Sales tax exemption, 21, 24

Input costs, 21, 48, 52, 90, 157-8, 205, 232, 355, 381

Monitoring, government responsibility, 1130-2, 1136-8- See also Farm-input Costs Monitoring Act (No. 225)

Sales taxes, 326

Taxation, 325

 

Farming- See Agriculture

 

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 237- See also Judges - Impartiality

President, Senator Fred Martell, tribute, 190

 

Field, Harvey- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Financial situation, government knowledge and responsibility

 

Film industry- See also Culture - Cultural industries development fund; SaskFILM

Employment tax credit, 314, 605

Production doubling, 284, 314

 

Finance Committee

Appointment, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 239

Budget (March 26, 1999), M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee

Cline, 289

Budget (March 26, 1999), M. (Cline) to resume debate March 29, 1999

Cline, 291

Estimates

1998-99, supplementary, M. (Cline) for referral, 282

1998-99, supplementary, transmitted, 282

1999-2000, main, M. (Cline) for referral, 282

1999-2000, main, transmitted, 282

 

Finance Department

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 953-5, 1035

Cline, 953-5

Gantefoer, 953-5

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 1035

Minister- See Budget - Surplus

 

Firearms- See also Saskatchewan Property Rights Act (No. 214)

Acquisition certificates, 173

Registration

Charges, 22, 1028

Costs vs. police services, funding, 22, 1029, 1032

 

Firearms Act (C-68)- See also Justice, administration - Court case, Ray Korpus, charges

Alberta Court of Appeals, case, Saskatchewan presentation, 22, 1027-8

Opposition, member's statement

Jess, 565

Supreme Court challenge, Saskatchewan participation, 22

 

Fishing industry

Overfishing protection, Dillon band chief Elmer Campbell, leadership, 200

 

Fishing Lake- See Cottages - Flood damage, compensation; Water - Drainage - Project, proposed

 

Flat tax, 328

 

Floods- See also Cottages; Water - Drainage, project, proposed, Fishing Lake

Souris River, 832

 

Foam Lake, Sask.- See Hospitals - Foam Lake; Water - Drainage, project, proposed, Fishing Lake

 

Food banks

Saskatoon Food Bank, employees, unionization, member's statement

Haverstock, 183

 

Food processing industry, 2, 25, 48, 284, 390

Armstrong Cheese Company, manufacturing operation, Saskatoon, member's statement

Flavel, 936

Entrepreneurs 2000, small fruits processing, member's statement

Wiens, 277

Mitchell's Gourmet Foods, Saskatoon, Schneider Corporation agreement, member's statement

Teichrob, 751

Research and development, funding, 284

 

Forest fires

Funding, 166

 

Forest industry, 1-2, 284- See also Weyerhaeuser Canada Ltd.

Expansion, 47

Cline, 865

Gantefoer, 865

Boreal forest, impact, 929

Prince Albert constituency, benefits, member's statement

Kowalsky, 860

Expansion, ministerial statement (MacKinnon)

Gantefoer, 757-8

MacKinnon, 757

Osika, 758

L & M Wood products, expansion, member's statement

Johnson, 1012

Log sawing, multi-line system, 356

Meadow Lake Tribal Council, 237

Oriented strand board mill- See SaskFor MacMillan mill, Hudson Bay

Reforestation, funding, 445

Sawmill construction, Zenon Park, Suntec Products and James Smith Cree Nation partnership, member's statement

Langford, 958

Simpson Timber, mill site cleanup, 930

 

Fosamax- See Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Prescription drug plan

 

Four-day school week- See Education

 

Francis, Lois- See Regina General Hospital - Patient, out-of-province transfer, extra billing

 

French language

National Francophone Week, March 15-21, 1999, member's statement

D'Autremont, 40

Hillson, 40

Kasperski, 40

 

Fundraising- See Theatre - Dinner theatres, rural communities

 

Funeral and Cremation Services Act (No. 31)

First reading

Nilson, 758

Second reading

Bjornerud, 909

Nilson, 823-5

Toth, 825

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 970-1

Nilson, 970-1

Third reading

Nilson, 981

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Future skills program- See Training programs

 

Futures program- See Municipalities

 

G

Gabriel Springs Health District- See Health district boards - Strategic plans, three year, submission

 

Gambling

Addiction treatment centres

Hamilton, 961-2

Julé, 961-2

 

Game farming, 21, 51

 

Gangs- See Crime - Serious crime task force

 

Garson Lake, Sask.- See Highways and roads

 

Gasoline- See also Farm fuel

Price increase, sign of spring, member's statement

Renaud, 337

Tax, 440- See also Highways and roads - Construction and maintenance - Funding - Fuel tax

 

Glaslyn/Medstead Economic Development Corporation- See Small business - Small business loans association program, employment development - Rural communities

 

Global Career Services- See Nurses - Recruitment

 

Gold- See also Mining industry - Hardrock mining

Royalty structure, new, introduction, 284, 390

 

Gold, Judge Alan- See Justice, administration - Milgaard (David) case, compensation

 

Goods and services- See Negative Billing and Check-off Options Regulation Act (No. 238)

 

Goplen, Dr. Gary- See Physicians/Doctors - Specialists - Departure

 

Government, 283

Accountability, 386, 1140-1- See also Government Accountability Act (No. 201)

Advertising- See also Nurses - Back-to-work legislation - Defiance

Liberal party position, 383, 441-2

Phoenix Advertising, payments

Lingenfelter, 430

MacKinnon, 429-30

McPherson, 429-30

Balanced approach, 153, 167, 168, 191, 199, 289, 322, 325, 331, 347, 356, 380, 387, 393, 409, 417, 445-6- See also Government - Services, enhancement; Government expenditures - Debt - Reduction; Taxation - Reduction

Credit rating, upgrade, member's statement

Thomson, 680

Financial freedom, 59, 166

Financial management, 64, 115, 148-9, 283, 288, 448, 450

Fiscal integrity, 33, 142, 358-9, 410, 431, 446

Honesty, integrity and accountability, restoration, 59, 66, 149, 153, 328

Leadership, 290

Office space- See Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

People's agenda, 66

Political appointments- See Patronage

Priorities, 66

Funding, 50

Priorities, member's statement

Aldridge, 183

Property management- See Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Record, 289

Red tape, cutting, 284, 439

Regulations, 227- See also Saskatchewan Regulatory Reform Act (No. 204)

Reduction, 196, 284, 410, 435, 439

Responsible, 312

Role, 228, 283

Services, 229, 353, 362, 393, 412, 417, 435, 437

Enhancement, 145, 149, 153, 204, 289, 322, 353, 356, 362, 380, 409

Essential, provision, 78, 139, 288-9

Vision, 94, 99, 115, 171, 176, 195, 205, 227, 231, 234-5, 289-91, 347, 386, 393, 440, 1141

 

Government Accountability Act (No. 201)

First reading

Gantefoer, 282

 

Government agencies, departments

Computer hardware and software purchases, guidance, Information Technology Office, 518

Travel expenses, Liberal Party position, 383, 385, 443

 

Government expenditures, 65, 99, 435, 437

Balance, 1, 23-5- See also Budget - Surplus - Balanced approach

Debt, 1, 26, 55, 98, 149, 152, 154, 163, 203-4, 229, 236, 238, 283, 288, 310-12, 318-19, 321, 345, 352, 353, 357, 361, 444-5, 1154- See also Pensions - Liability, unfunded

Interest payments, 26, 92, 150-1, 203, 285, 307, 312, 328-9, 353, 357, 361-2, 379, 414, 448-50

Reduction, 2, 20, 50, 59, 78, 90, 98, 115, 139, 145, 149, 153, 193, 283, 288-9, 305, 307, 309, 311, 321-2, 325, 328-30, 347, 353, 356, 360-2, 377, 380, 382, 387, 393, 409-10, 412, 417, 444-6, 448, 450- see also Government - Credit rating, upgrade; Taxation - Reduction - Public consultation, continuing

Liberal Party position, 442

Surtax- See Income - Low; Income tax

Retirement, 33

Reduction, 64, 228, 288

Unforeseen, contingency plans, 954-5

 

Government revenue, 303, 433-5- See also Base metals - Royalties; Corporation capital tax; Corporation income tax; Gasoline - Tax; Gold - Royalties; Income tax; Liquor and Gaming Authority; Natural gas - Royalties; Oil industry - Royalties; Oil industry - Used oil and filters; Property tax; Sales taxes; (SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) - Recycling program; Taxation

 

Governor General- See Premier - Political future

 

Grain- See also Canadian Wheat Board

Elevators, closure, 25, 355, 381- See also Grain Elevators Sales Act (No. 227)

Gravelbourg, member's statement

Aldridge, 902

Liberal Party position, 381-2, 442

Prevention, 1135-9

Aldridge, 906-7, 1103

Bradley, 906-7, 1103

Romanow, 1103

Heritage issues, 600

Stenen, 29

Tramping Lake, member's statement

Heppner, 501

Prices, 66

Decline, 2, 30, 59, 87, 90, 148-9, 152, 169, 194, 205, 355

Subsidies, Europe, 162-3

Subsidies, United States/European Union, 2, 21, 24, 29, 48, 52, 80, 91, 114, 155-6, 231, 284, 355, 379, 390, 409-10, 703- See also Agriculture - Government assistance

Federal action to end, 78, 82-3, 1135

Federal action to end, petitions

Aldridge, 37, 212, 398, 423-4, 707, 1067

Hillson, 527

McLane, 365-6, 1067

McPherson, 130, 366, 424, 477-8, 607

Osika, 180, 211, 242, 365, 478, 649, 1097

Support program, 91-2

Two-price system, elimination, 21, 81-3, 91-2

Wheat varieties, hardier, research development project, funding, member's statement

Lorje, 903

 

Grain Elevators Sales Act (No. 227)

First reading

Aldridge, 908

 

Grain transportation

Freight rates, 21, 48, 162, 355

Crow's Nest rates benefit, elimination, 21, 48, 81-3, 85, 91-2, 194, 392, 410- See also Highways and roads - Construction and maintenance - Funding - Federal responsibility

Crow's Nest rates benefit, payment, 85

Grain Handling and Transportation Review (Estey), recommendations, 82-3, 92, 144, 355, 392

Handlers' strike

Federal legislation, request

Bjornerud, 134-5

Lingenfelter, 134-5

Federal legislation, request, M. (Bjornerud)

Bjornerud, 46, 137

Government action

Bjornerud, 43-4

Romanow, 44

 

Grasslands- See Livestock industry - Grazing rights, Alameda area

 

Gravelbourg, Sask.- See Grain - Elevators, closure

 

Grayson, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 22

 

Great West Brewing Company, Saskatoon- See Brewing industry

 

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)- See Electricity - Coal-fired generators vs. Kyoto Agreement

 

Gretzky, Wayne- See Hockey

 

GRIP- See Gross revenue insurance program

 

Gross, Reg- See Government - Advertising -- Phoenix Advertising

 

Gross Domestic Product (GDP), 122, 357

Growth, 59, 223

 

Gross revenue insurance program (GRIP)

Changes, 52, 85, 92, 159-60, 195

 

Group Medical Services Act, 1999 (No. 302)

Petition, 478, 498

Second reading

Murray, 585-6

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Murray, 821

Third reading

Murray, 822

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Gryde, Chris- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 37, Climax to Shaunavon, potholes, vehicle damage (C. Gryde)

 

Gun control- See Firearms Act (C-68)

 

Gunoff, Gord- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - SAP software, Delta Project, implementation, employees' salaries

 

H

Hafford, Sask.- See Health care - Centres; Hospitals

 

Hague, Sask.- See Regional libraries - Rosthern, Rosthern Rural Municipality and Hague

 

Hammermeister, Robert- See Cancer - Surgery, follow-up treatment

 

Handicrafts

Curling rocks, transformation into attractive and unique objects, F. Oatway, Unity, member's statement

Murrell, 533

 

Healey, Dr. Mark- See Physicians/Doctors - Specialists, Departure

 

Health care, 1, 26, 139-40, 146, 153, 156, 163, 172, 174, 198, 205, 208, 227, 230, 239, 290, 347, 356, 362, 407, 417, 435, 448, 450- See also Ambulance service; Cancer; Drugs and pharmaceuticals; Family; Farm families; Home care; Hospitals; Medicare; Midwifery; Nurses; Physicians/Doctors; Special care homes; Women

Accessibility, 88, 110, 230, 232, 287, 308-9, 350, 432, 1148-9

Liberal Party position, 381

Administration, 438

Advanced- See Health care -- CT services; Health care - Kidney dialysis - Satellite; Health care - MRIs, additional; Health care - Nuclear medicine facilities; Pasqua Hospital, Regina; Regina General Hospital

Advisory councils, 387

American for-profit industry, 4, 51, 60, 140, 146, 363, 389, 394-5, 449

Career choice, promotion, 287

Carrot River, meeting, member's statement

Renaud, 182

CAT (computerized axial topography) scans, 118, 122, 411

Centralization/decentralization, 881

Centres, 23, 144, 419

Hafford, meeting, member's statement

Jess, 214

Langenburg, 833-4

Children- See below Pediatric transport

Clinics, better, construction, 3, 88

Community-based- See also Health care reform

More services, 288, 378

Community services, funding, 307

Crisis, 64, 413, 441-2- See also Nurses - Strike

CT (computerized tomography) scanners, 65, 448

Expansion, 288, 419

Portable, southern and rural Saskatchewan, 288, 388, 419

Prince Albert, 3, 57

Diabetes prevention, 419

Diagnostic capacity, expanded, 288

Eating disorders, treatment, 57

Emergency services, 117, 307-8, 378, 411, 419- See also Ambulance service

Improvement, measures, introduction, 4

Rural communities, 349-50

Enhancement- See Taxation - Reduction - Public consultation, continuing

Facilities, 49, 449- See also Health care -- Centres; Health care - Clinics; Hospitals

Better, construction, 3, 88

Funding, 307

Hudson Bay, 49-50, 379

Fetal alcohol syndrome, 4, 416, 419

First Nations healing centres, Regina, 118, 122

First responder programs, 3, 88

Front-line services, 230- See also Health care workers/providers

Funding, 4, 288, 290, 448

Federal, 4, 171, 233, 319

Saskatchewan Party proposal, 88

Funding, 23, 27, 50, 53, 59, 88, 125, 145, 149, 164, 166, 170, 207, 287-8, 290, 304-7, 310-12, 319, 321-2, 325, 331, 346, 349, 353, 356-7, 361, 363, 377-9, 380, 387-8, 410, 412-13, 417, 444-5, 448, 1154- See also Hospitals - Shaunavon, layoff notices; Southwest Health District Board - Layoffs, halt

Federal, 350, 382

Federal cutbacks, 4, 50, 139, 233

Reversal, announcement, 4, 139, 170, 319, 346, 358, 432, 448- See also above Front-line services

Liberal Party position, 344, 380

Saskatchewan Party, position, 149, 151, 153, 168, 175, 345, 363, 389, 449

Funding, M. (Lorje); amdt. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 541-2

Draude, 542-4

Kowalsky, 546-7

Lorje, 538-48

Osika, 545-6

Stanger, 544-5

Wall, 540-1

Comments and questions

Draude, 548

Kowalsky, 547-8

Osika, 547-8

Stanger, 547

Wall, 548

Funding, member's statement

Ward, 368-9

Goal, strong, sustainable, 3, 87, 152, 286

Government record, 125

A Record of Success pamphlet, member's statement

Osika, 1013

Key priorities- See Cancer - Treatment - Improvements, important; Health care providers/workers - Agreements; Health care providers/workers - Working conditions and terms of employment, sustainable improvements; Health districts - Administration, economizing; Hospital waiting lists - Key procedures, reduction; Women - Health care

Kidney dialysis, 57, 288, 378, 388, 411, 448

Availability, Moose Jaw

Aldridge, 864-5

Atkinson, 864-5

Equipment, Yorkton, funding, petitions

Bjornerud, 7

Satellite, Tisdale and Yorkton, 2, 52-3, 233, 419

Yorkton, 319

Yorkton Regional Health Centre, expansion, 882-3

Labour relations reorganization, Dorsey report

Atkinson, 455-6

McPherson, 455-6

Lack of, 206

Citizens' right to be heard- See Saskatchewan Medicare Act

Management

Atkinson, 626-8

D'Autremont, 626-7

Management, member's statement

Osika, 1098-9

MRIs, 65, 448

Additional, 3

Regina, 89, 97, 118, 122, 233

Regina and Saskatoon, operating funding, 288, 419

National Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Week, April 19-23, 1999, member's statement

Sonntag, 709-10

National priority, greater, provincial four year position, 4

National standards, 434

Northern Saskatchewan, improvement and enhancement, 420

Northern Telehealth Project, 288, 378, 420

Nuclear medicine facilities, state of the art, 3

Nutrition programs- See Communities

Ombudsman, establishment- See Saskatchewan Health Ombudsman Act (No. 216)

Parkinson's disease fundraiser, Regina Teachers Club one-day bonspiel, member's statement

Trew, 564

Pediatric transport, enhanced, critically ill infants, 57, 288, 420, 449

People's agenda, 5, 150, 167, 204, 310, 322, 387-9

Population base vs. need, 886

Preventative, 60, 116, 171

Primary services, 60, 88, 117, 198, 354-5, 419

Acute care inclusion, 887

Priorities, 233

Liberal Party position, 380, 384

Priority, 5, 150, 167, 204, 287, 310, 322, 346, 353, 389, 410

Privatization, 115, 358, 441

Profit driven- See Health care - American for-profit industry

Provincial comparison, 434- See also Saskatchewan Medicare Act

Quality, 228

Citizens right to be informed- See Saskatchewan Medicare Act

Reform- See Health care reform

Renal dialysis- See above Kidney dialysis

Rural communities, 197, 206, 230, 413, 881- See also Health care - Centres; Health care - Emergency services; Health care - Primary services; Hospitals - Rural

Arcola meeting, member's statement

D'Autremont, 369

Destruction, immediate stop,- M. (McLane)

McLane, 17

Liberal Party position, 381

Video conference technology, 378

Rural communities, member's statement

Boyd, 295-6

Saskatchewan Party position, 111, 353

Services, 115-16, 290, 349-50, 388-9, 410, 413, 420

Improvement, 122, 288

Funding, 23, 287

D'Autremont, 278-9

McLane, 280

Romanow, 278-80

Technology, new, 345, 362-3

Universal- See Medicare

Value-for-money audit, Saskatchewan Party proposal, 88, 140, 175, 230, 345, 394, 411-12

Wellness, 3- See also Health care reform

 

Health care, member's statement

Renaud, 1100

 

Health care providers/workers, 418- See also Health district boards - Chief executive officers, salary increases; Hospitals - Shaunavon, layoff notices; North Central Health District; Nurses

Aldridge, 281-2

Romanow, 281-2

Collective agreement, 53

Collective bargaining, 63-4, 384- See also Health care - Labour relations reorganization

Atkinson, 370-4

D'Autremont, 370-2

Osika, 373-4

Agreements, fair to both health care providers and taxpayers, 4

Canadian Union of Public Employees', intervention

McPherson, 568

Romanow, 568

Government action

Atkinson, 342

Goohsen, 342

Distress, 290

Liberal Party position, 380

Recruitment, 116, 287, 380

Retention, 116, 287, 380

Strike action, possible

Atkinson, 505

Gantefoer, 505

Training, 287

Wages, salaries, benefits, 345

Working conditions and terms of employment

Liberal Party position, 441

Working conditions and terms of employment, sustainable improvements, 4, 115, 139, 287-8, 307, 322, 346, 353, 380, 384, 388, 411, 419, 444, 448

 

Health care reform, 3, 22, 26-7, 49, 52-3, 59-60, 64, 66, 113, 139, 146, 164, 191, 199, 206, 290, 331, 354-5, 357, 362, 418, 445-6, 1151, 1155-6- See also Ambulance service - Funding; Communities - Nutrition programs; Health care - First responder programs; Home care - Funding

Mistakes, 4, 111, 115, 191, 198, 233

 

Health Department- See also Schools - Integrated programs - Funding

Communications Branch, budget, increase

Atkinson, 135-6

Osika, 135

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 878-89

Atkinson, 878-84

D'Autremont, 884-9

Julé, 878-84

Junor, 884-9

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 889-90

Minister- See Hospitals - "Fewer"

Year 2000 preparedness/compliance, 516

 

Health district boards, 387

Chief executive officers, salary increases

Atkinson, 249

McLane, 248

Elections- See Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1999 (Fully Elected Health Boards) (No. 215)

Funding, 306, 357, 363

Capital projects, process, 878

Strategic plans, three year, submission, 89, 879

Structure, 227

 

Health districts, 23, 116- See also particular health districts

Administration, economizing, 4, 233, 288

Block funding- See Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1999 (Block Funding) (No. 213)

Funding, 57, 227, 418-19, 444

Mandate, fulfilment, monitoring, 574

Medical equipment and technology millennium fund, 288, 322, 411, 420, 445, 888

Nurses, Alberta, bringing in to ease pressure of nurses' strike

Atkinson, 569

Bjornerud, 569

Romanow, 569-70

Reorganization, 3, 232-3

Year 2000 preparedness/compliance, co-ordination, 516

 

Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1999 (Block Funding) (No. 213)

First reading

D'Autremont, 733

 

Health Districts Amdt. Act, 1999 (Fully Elected Health Boards) (No. 215)

First reading

D'Autremont, 188

 

Health Information Protection Act (No. 29)

First reading

Junor, 733

Second reading

D'Autremont, 763-5

Junor, 761-3

McLane, 765

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 868-74, 877

Junor, 868-77

McLane, 874-7

Third reading

Junor, 878

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Health Waiting List Elimination and Accountability Act (No. 226)

First reading

Aldridge, 1105

 

Heartland Livestock Services- See Hog industry - Carrot River, Pork Producers, official opening

 

Heathcote, Debbie -See Nurses - Strike - Ending - Government action

 

Heavy oil- See Oil industry; University of Regina - Canada Foundation for Innovation, funding

 

Heavy oil upgraders

Small battery-located, development, 152

 

Herbert, Sask.- See Communities

 

Heritage- See Grain - Elevators, closure - Prevention

 

High schools

Cheerleading competition, second annual, Riffel High School, Regina, member's statement

Murray, 245

Shootings, students and teachers

Littleton, Colorado, member's statement

Hillson, 680-1

Kowalsky, 680

Krawetz, 680

W.R. Myers High School, Taber, Alta., member's statement

Kowalsky, 902

Krawetz, 902

Weyburn Comprehensive High School, joint use facility, 389

Weyburn Comprehensive High School, joint use facility, member's statement

Bradley, 532

 

High speed chases- See Police services

 

High technology

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon, 284, 390

Agriculture applications, 525

Construction phase, expertise, 526

Funding, 286, 521

Canada Foundation for Innovation, ministerial statement (MacKinnon)

Gantefoer, 375-6

Haverstock, 376

MacKinnon, 375

Osika, 376

Light beam experiment locations, independent, 522

National Research Council light beam projects, U.S. moving funding, 521

Operation, 522

Deficits, cost sharing, 526

Employment development, 522

Funding, 522-3

Pharmaceutical applications, 523-4

Private sector participation, 521-2

Industries, Regina and Saskatoon, 20

 

Highway Traffic Act, 1996- See Police services - High speed chases, offenders, sentences imposing

 

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 207)

First reading

Heppner, 1078

 

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 236)

First reading

Goohsen, 301

 

Highway Traffic Board- See Farm machinery

 

Highways and roads, 26-7, 57, 174, 205-6, 208, 356, 362, 417, 1140, 1151- See also Municipalities - Infrastructure; Schools - Bus transportation - Safety

Canada/Saskatchewan Agri-Infrastructure Program, 746-7- See also below Highway No. 15, Raymore to Junction No. 20

Classification system, new, 601-2

Construction and maintenance, 123, 432- See also below particular highways

Funding, 50, 113, 126, 285, 304, 306, 311-12, 321-2, 325, 328, 355, 364, 381, 392-3, 414, 442, 444, 449- See also Municipalities - Revenue sharing

Aldridge, 685

Upshall, 685-6

$2.5 billion over next ten years, 48, 57, 89-90, 144, 164, 173, 176, 196, 291, 320, 351, 391, 407, 432, 442, 739-42, 1094-6

Romanow, 279-80

Toth, 279

Federal responsibility, 393, 407- See also below National program

Government action, 1117-19

Fuel tax revenue, 207, 435, 1092-4, 1122-3- See also below- Highway No. 37 - Climax to Shaunavon, potholes, vehicle damage (C. Gryde); Highway No. 22 - Vehicle damage - Potholes - Lemberg, Grayson (C. Smulan)

Bradley, 340

Osika, 340

Romanow, 340

Liberal Party position, 382-4, 442

Fuel tax revenue, petitions

Aldridge, 7-8, 69, 129, 242, 274, 294, 334, 498, 528, 577, 679, 725, 749, 800, 855, 901, 957, 1097-8

Heppner, 7

Hillson, 212, 478, 557, 607, 649, 679

McLane, 7, 37, 69, 102, 180, 212, 241-2, 274, 294, 334, 477, 498, 527, 577-8, 749, 800, 855, 901, 957, 1009

McPherson, 8, 69-70, 212, 274, 294, 334, 398, 497-8, 577, 749, 855-6

Osika, 102, 129, 274, 293-4, 398, 423, 497, 527, 557-8, 623, 707, 749, 800, 855, 1009, 1067

Increase, petitions

D'Autremont, 37

Draude, 397

Krawetz, 101, 211

Toth, 101, 623

Saskatchewan Party position, 154

Customer satisfaction measurement, Quest Communications report

Aldridge, 249

Bradley, 249

Deterioration, 89, 164, 172, 195, 196, 207, 227, 230, 407, 413, 432, 435, 441- See also below Potholes

Driver and passenger safety, 207, 1093-4

Employment, jeopardization, 207

Mankota area, 1123

Markings, night visibility, 1119-20

Vehicle damage, 385, 1092-3

Claim appeal process, 1115-16

Claim forms, 1115

East-west and north-south corridors, 392

Funding- See above Construction and maintenance

Garson Lake road, 201

Highway No. 1, 48- See also Grain - Elevators, closure, prevention, heritage issues

Moosomin, west, resurfacing, 351

Twinning, 48, 144, 351

Funding, 165

Funding agreements, petitions

Goohsen, 274

Osika, 233-4

Petitions, 207

Priority

Osika, 340-1

Romanow, 340-1

Highway No. 2, Findlater to Watrous- See Transportation - Strategy, comprehensive

Highway No. 3, improvements, 48

Highway No. 4- See also below Highways and roads - Signage, Ponteix

Cadillac to Val Marie, vehicle damage claims, 1124-5

Highway No. 8

Langenburg north, 742-3

Moosomin south, 351

Pipestone Valley to Highway No. 48, 745-6

Moosomin to Shortoaks- See below Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest

Spy Hill to Langenburg, 742

Highway No. 10

Balcarres, speed limit, 1119-20

Bradley, 1077

Osika, 1077

Wroxton, north toWard, Kamsack, 743

Highway No. 13, replacement and upgrade, petitions

Goohsen, 130

Highway No. 15, 165, 234- See also Transportation - Strategy, comprehensive

Junction 9 to 16, 743-4

Raymore to Junction No. 20, 742

Highway No. 16- See also Grain - Elevators, closure - Prevention - Heritage issues; Highway No. 40

Twinning, 21-2, 48, 90, 144, 351

Highway No. 18

Val Marie to Climax, 1124

Vehicle damage, (D. Mitchell) claim payment, 1123-4

Highway No. 22

Highway No. 47 to Highway No. 9, repair, 1117

Killaly to Lemberg, spot improvements, 1116

Vehicle damage

Boulder collision claim, 1116

Claims, 1116

Potholes

Home care nurse, deductible offset, 1115

Lemberg, Grayson (C. Smulan)

Lingenfelter, 1016-17

Osika, 1016-17

Highway No. 23, Bjorkdale area, 48

Highway No. 37

Climax to Shaunavon, potholes, vehicle damage (C. Gryde), 1094-5

McPherson, 299-300

Teichrob, 299-300

Shaunavon, 1124-5

Highway No. 38, improvements, 48

Highway No. 40, intersection of Highway No. 16, relocation, 32

Highway No. 40, intersection of Highway No. 16, relocation, petitions

Hillson, 8, 37-8, 69, 129, 180, 242, 274, 423, 497, 577, 623, 707, 725, 800, 957, 1009, 1067, 1097

Highway No. 42- See Transportation - Strategy, comprehensive

Highway No. 44- See Transportation - Strategy, comprehensive

Highway No. 48

From Manitoba border to Kipling, deterioration, 351

Kipling east to Highway No. 9, 744-5

Highway No. 55, Shoal Lake and Red Earth, east of Carrot River, improvements, 48

Highway No. 56

Indian Head to Katepwa- See below Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest

Vehicle damage claims (1998), 1116

Highway No. 80, 165

Highway No. 123

Bjorkdale area, 48

Cumberland House, 1121-2

Highway No. 301, asphalt, 1121

Highway No. 310, 207

Vehicle damage claims, 1116

Highway No. 312, 176

Highway No. 339, Briercrest north, preservation spot improvements, 1120-1

Highway No. 349

Gravel portion, repair and pave, petitions

Draude, 101

Junction 6 to junction 38- See below Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest

Improved, 1140

Long-term plan, 290

Modernization- See above Funding

National program, 48, 57, 393- See also above Funding - Federal responsibility

Aldridge, 686

Romanow, 686

National standards, 434

Partners, west central committee, 356

Partnership fund, 392

Partnerships, rural municipalities, 742-3

Pavement markings- See also above Deterioration - Markings, night visibility

Funding, 1120

People's agenda, 322, 387

Potholes, 33- See also above Highway No. 37- -- Climax to Shaunavon

Repairs, cost-effective, 1092-4

Potholes, member's statement

Aldridge, 296

Primary, 393

Prioritization criteria, 196

Priority, 322, 346

Liberal Party position, 442

Project-ranking benefit-costs report, 1091-2

Provincial comparison, 434

Rural, 196-7, 234- See also Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation

Maintenance

Agreements, 238

Funding, 355- See also Rural municipalities - Revenue sharing; Rural municipalities - Rural roads fund

Bjornerud, 372

Bradley, 372

Safety- See Automobile and highway safety

Saskatchewan Party position, 345

Secondary, 393

Rebuilding, petitions

Bjornerud, 1097

Goohsen, 69, 102, 180, 212, 242, 294, 334, 365, 398, 498, 528, 558, 578, 607

Signage, Ponteix, 746-7, 1123

Speed zones- See Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 236)

Thunder Creek constituency, 1120-1

Trans Canada Highway- See above Highway No. 1

Trucking partnerships, 392-3

Twinning initiative, 393- See also above Highway No. 1; Highway No. 16

Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest, 50, 147

Bradley, 1074-5

Toth, 1074-5

Yellowhead highway- See above- Highway No. 16

 

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 739-47, 1091-6, 1114-25

Aldridge, 1091-4, 1120-2

Bjornerud, 742-4

Bradley, 739-47, 1091-5, 1114-25

McPherson, 1094-6, 1123-5

Osika, 1114-20

Toth, 739-41, 744-7, 1125

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99)

Bradley, 1126

Polling and advertising, funding, 1125

Reorganization, 362

Vehicle redesign, disabled employee, E. Stoebich, Goodsoil, member's statement

Sonntag, 959

 

Hockey

Prince Albert, Canadian AAA midget championship, member's statement

Kowalsky, 728

Wayne Gretzky's retirement, member's statement

Sonntag, 626

 

Hog industry- See also Food processing industry - Mitchell's Gourmet Foods, Saskatoon

Carrot River, Pork Producers, official opening, member's statement

Renaud, 579

Dead pigs, disposal, 945-6

Expansion, 238

Government investment, 25, 946-7, 1139

Prices, decline, 355

Short-term loan program, 2, 87, 169, 231, 284, 355, 390, 410, 438

 

Holocaust

Yom Ha Shoah service, Holocaust memorial service, Saskatoon, member's statement

Junor, 501

 

Home care, 60, 65, 118-19, 122, 230, 449- See also Special care homes

Expansion, 288, 388, 411, 448-9

Funding, 3, 57, 88, 117, 198, 307, 420, 444

 

Honours and awards

National Aboriginal Achievement Awards

Recipients, introduction

Atkinson, 859

Belanger, 859

Goulet, 859

Haverstock, 858

Julé, 858

Krawetz, 858

Osika, 858

Speaker, 857

Toth, 858-9

Trew, 858

Wiens, 857

National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, member's statement

Belanger, 11-12

 

Horses

"Jumps into Spring" Horse Show, 75th annual, member's statement

Murray, 183

 

Horticulture- See Livestock industry - Livestock and horticultural facilities incentive program

 

Hospital waiting lists, 29, 33, 96, 125, 145, 171, 191, 198, 206-7, 230, 232-3, 290, 306, 396, 410, 441

Atkinson, 76-7

McLane, 76

Diagnostic procedures

Atkinson, 77

McLane, 77

Elimination- See Health Waiting List Elimination and Accountability Act (No. 226)

Key procedures, reduction, 139

Comprehensive plan, introduction, 4

Funding, 4, 346

Liberal Party position, 380-1

Regina, reduction, funding

Atkinson, 75-6

McLane, 75-6

Shorter, 288

Surgery, 118, 122, 385, 418

Reduction, 115, 287-8, 307, 312, 345, 377, 380, 388

Surgery, arthritic hip, patient, Norquay, member's statement

Krawetz, 531-2

Surgical Waiting Lists Task Team, report, 89, 287, 410, 418, 887

 

Hospitals, 57, 117, 227, 230- See also Health care - Primary services; Pasqua Hospital, Regina; Plains Health Centre, Regina; Regina General Hospital; Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon

Beds, 60, 171, 175

Acute care, 349-50

Elimination, 27, 207

Closure, 125- See also Nurses - Shortage

Plans, abandonment, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 18

Liberal Party position, 441

Long-term care- See also Special care homes

Elimination, 207

Shortage, Saskatoon

Atkinson, 75

Gantefoer, 74-5

Canora-Pelly constituency, 27

Carrot River, 363- See also below Closure

Occupancy rate, member's statement

McLane, 11

Closure, 27, 65, 88, 164, 195, 206-7, 230, 290, 319, 356, 363, 379, 413- See also Health care - Centres - Langenburg; Health care - Facilities -- Hudson Bay; Hospitals - Rural

Atkinson, 12

D'Autremont, 12-13

Romanow, 13

Carrot River

Atkinson, 184-5

Draude, 184

East Central Health District- See Nurses - Shortage

Invermay, Norquay and Theodore, 27

North-East Health District, plans, abandonment, petitions

Draude, 179, 273

Gantefoer, 179, 577

Julé, 179

Krawetz, 179, 577

Northern Saskatchewan, 202

Parkland Health District, plans, abandonment, petitions

Bjornerud, 365, 397

Draude, 365

Krawetz, 397

Toth, 397, 577

Plans, abandonment, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 18

Plans, abandonment, petitions

D'Autremont, 901

Prairie West Health District, prevention, petitions

Draude, 241

Heppner, 241

Krawetz, 241

Construction, Melville, 207

Equipment, funding, 307

"Fewer," Health minister's statement, 88, 884-5

Foam Lake, 28

Hafford, three-year strategic plan

Atkinson, 42-3

D'Autremont, 42

Hafford, three-year strategic plan, member's statement

Heppner, 244

Heart surgery, 139

Cardio labs, 65, 118, 419

Improved, Balcarres, Big River and Unity, 288, 356

Long-term care- See also Home care; Special care homes

Funding, 886

Moosomin, operating room service, reopening, 350-1

Atkinson, 14-16

McLane, 14-15

New, construction

Humboldt, Central Plains Health District, capital funding, 438, 875-9

Northern Saskatchewan, Meadow Lake, Stony Rapids and La Loche, 288, 411, 420, 449

Patients

Rights, strengthening, 4

Transfer

Companion's expense coverage, 887

Out-of-province during nurses' strike

Atkinson, 503

Draude, 502-3

Rural to urban hospitals, 320

Preeceville, 28

Regina and Saskatoon, funding, Nevada ticket sales, 32

Regional

Liberal Party position, 344, 380-2, 384, 441

Moose Jaw, proposal

Aldridge, 865

Atkinson, 865

MRIs, CAT scans and kidney dialysis, 432

Swift Current, specialty care hospital funding, petitions

McLane, 557

McPherson, 557

Regional care centres, continued work, Battleford, Melfort, Swift Current and Weyburn, 288

Rural, 419- See also Health care - Centres; Hospitals - Closure - Carrot River; Hospitals - "Fewer"; Hospitals - Regina and Saskatoon, funding, Nevada ticket sales; Hospitals - Regional; Nurses

D'Autremont, 13

Romanow, 13

"As we know them," Health minister's statement, 88, 207, 885-6

Closure, 140, 146, 381, 432, 441- See also Hospitals - Hafford

Local meeting, member's statement

Heppner, 478

Funding, 886

Liberal Party position, 441

Saskatchewan Party position, 145-6

Shaunavon, layoff notices, M. (McPherson)

McPherson, 570

Shaunavon, layoff notices, member's statement

McPherson, 500

Surgery, 145, 170- See also Cancer; Hospital waiting lists - Surgery

Convalescence, transfer to rural areas, 350

Day surgery programs, expansion, 287

Reduction, 322, 363, 448

Swift Current Regional Hospital, specialty care hospital funding, petitions

Aldridge, 180

McPherson, 180, 679, 707, 1009, 1067

Tertiary, 117

 

Housing- See also Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department; Regional economic development authorities; Senior citizens - Saskatchewan assisted living initiative

Authorities, 314-15

Co-operative partnerships, inner cities, 313

Local authorities- See Volunteers - Moosomin, recognition

Northern Saskatchewan

Remote housing program, 313

Rental market assistance program, 313

Single detached, family units, 313

Row housing transfer, Battlefords Health District, 32

Social, 312- See also Senior citizens

Northern Saskatchewan, maintaining after tenant's economic circumstances improve, 1000

Starts, 20, 409

Strategy, new, 361

 

Hudson Bay, Sask.- See Health care - Facilities, Hudson Bay; SaskFor MacMillan mill, Hudson Bay; Snowmobiles

 

Hudson Bay Community Loans Co-operative- See Small business - Small business loans association program - Employment development

 

Humboldt, Sask.- See Physicians/Doctors - Specialists; Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, Humboldt; Regional economic development authorities - Housing construction; Schools -- Construction and maintenance

 

Humboldt Collegiate Institute- See Schools - Construction, joint-use facilities

 

Hunting

Big game quotas, 932

Illegal, surveillance operations, funding, 930-2

 

Hurricane Mitch- See Central America

 

Hyde, Bill- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation - SAP software, Delta Project, implementation, employees' salaries

 

I

I. E. S. Contracting- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus -  Relocation - Asbestos removal contract

 

Ile-a-la-Crosse, Sask.- See Employment development

 

IMC- See International Minerals and Chemical Corporation (Canada) Ltd.

 

Immigrant investor program- See Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation - Wolverine Resources Inc., Humboldt, investment

 

Impaired driving

Impaired Driving Awareness Week, March 21-27, 1999, member's statement

Toth, 214

Students Against Drinking and Driving, awards banquet and dance, 11th, Riffel High School, Regina, member's statement

Murray, 1013

 

Income- See also Farm income

Growth, 122, 148, 169, 223

Low, 445

Deficit surtax, elimination, 360

Taxation elimination/reduction, 353, 433

Saskatchewan employment supplement, 47, 58, 286, 360, 389, 445-6, 922

Saskatchewan tax reduction, 360

Support programs, 286

 

Income tax, 302, 436, 447- See also Corporation income tax

Debt reduction surtax, reduction, 50, 360

Deductions- See Student loans - Interest payments

Deficit surtax, 328

Federal system, de-linking, 433

Rate, reduction, 289, 360

Reduction, 20, 26, 50, 57, 97, 113, 127, 147, 153, 289, 304, 309, 312, 322, 325, 327-8, 352-3, 393, 413, 435, 439-40, 444, 450

Long-term plan, Saskatchewan Party proposal, 290

System, new design, public consultation, 289, 393

 

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 40)

First reading

Cline, 810

Second reading

Cline, 916-17

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 952

Third reading

Cline, 953

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Indians/First Nations, 237, 343- See also Economic development; Forest industry - Expansion; Health care - First Nations healing centres, Regina; Honours and awards; Northern Saskatchewan - Northern Dialogue initiative partnership; Public service - Women, aboriginals and handicapped persons; Regional libraries - First Nations agreements for library service; Saskatchewan Indian Federated College; School boards; Social assistance recipients - Single young women; Veterans

Aboriginal Careers Expo, Regina, member's statement

Kasperski, 903

Aboriginal employment development program, 361

Businesses, 284

Child and family service agencies, reserves, 58

Economy, participation, 33-4, 432- See also Northern Saskatchewan - Northern Dialogue initiative partnership

Education, Gordon, Muskowekan and Day Star First Nations, off-reserve educational options, agreement, member's statement

Flavel, 726

Elder abuse, 853

Sales taxes, 146, 326

Social assistance, funding, federal, reduction, impact, 48

Taxation, 203

Treaty land entitlements

Funding, provincial share, 1034-5

Mineral rights and royalties, 788-9

Urban centres, statistics, 853-4

Wanuskewin Dance Troupe, Italian tour, member's statement

Whitmore, 296

Youth, small business establishment, 237

 

Infant mortality- See Children - Infant mortality

 

Information and Privacy Commissioner

Estimates (1999-2000), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

 

Information research- See University of Regina - Canada Foundation for Innovation, funding, heavy oil research facility and institute for information, research

 

Information technology, 1-2

Research and development, investment attracting, 2842

 

Information Technology Office- See also Education - Computer skills courses and coordination; Government agencies, departments - Computer hardware and software purchases, guidance; Land Titles - Computerization, coordination role; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Information technology course outlines and coordination; Small business - Information technology, advancements, participation

Year 2000 Co-ordination Office, 515

Funding, 516-17

Projects/programs, 517-18

 

Infrastructure- See also Highways and roads; Municipalities; Northern municipalities; Rural municipalities; Urban municipalities

Funding, federal, 313

Rural communities, 441-2

 

Injustice, 446

 

Innovation Place, Saskatoon- See Grain - Wheat varieties, hardier, research development project

 

Instituto De Investigaciones Agropecuarias- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Investment

 

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department, 236

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 1033-5

Draude, 1033-5

Wiens, 1033-5

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 1035

 

International aid

Operation Eyesight Universal, SGI uncut eyeglasses contribution, member's statement

Trew, 1073

 

International Minerals and Chemical Corporation (Canada) Ltd.- See Potash industry - Mines, upgrading, International Minerals and Chemical Corporation (Canada) Ltd.

 

Internet- See also Schools

Communications/information tool for women, funding, 199, 849-50

E commerce, sales taxes, 953-4

Sympatico high-speed Internet service, expansion, member's statement

Hamilton, 183

 

Intestate Succession Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 3)

First reading

Nilson, 109

Second reading

Draude, 259

Julé, 512

Nilson, 259

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 615

Nilson, 615-16

Third reading

Nilson, 617

Royal Assent, 706

 

Inuit- See Nunavut Territory

 

Investment, 283, 442

Attracting- See Biotechnology - Research and development; Information technology - Research and development

Capital, 66, 139

Capital, new, 2, 20, 169, 193, 283

 

IPSCO Inc.- See Employers - Layoff, requirement notice and termination requirement notice, differentiation

 

Isaak, Elias (former MLA)- see Condolences

 

J

James Smith Cree Nation- See Forest industry - Sawmill construction, Zenon Park, Suntec Products

 

Job creation- See Employment development

 

Jobs- See Employment

 

JobStart program- See Training programs

 

Judges

Impartiality

Julé, 904-5

Nilson, 904-5

Weyburn, resignation, replacement, 1006

 

Judith River Farm- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Shareholders

 

Justice, administration, 356, 408- See also Public Inquiries Amdt. Act, 1999 (Justice System Review) (No. 205)

Court case, Ray Korpus, charges, relationship to Firearms Act, 1028

Milgaard (David) case, compensation, 1007-8

Heppner, 753-4

Nilson, 754

Settlement and public inquiry

Heppner, 961

Nilson, 961

Restorative justice, 361, 389

 

Justice Department- See also Young offenders - Rehabilitation programs development

Crown prosecutor, HoWard, Morton, payment, 1008

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 618-21, 1002-8, 1025-33

D'Autremont, 1027-8

Heppner, 618-21

Hillson, 1006-8

Julé, 1002-6

McPherson, 1033

Nilson, 618-20, 1003-8, 1025-33

Osika, 1028-33

Toth, 1025-7

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 1033

Funding, 287, 389

Legal actions, 1008

Out-of-province legal services, 1008

 

K

Kamsack, Sask.- See New Careers Corporation - Building, Kamsack

 

Kelleher, Stephen- See Nurses - Strike - Ending - Memorandum of understanding

 

Kennedy, Sask.- See Schools - Construction and maintenance -- Langbank Kennedy school, announcement

 

Kilbourn Lavalin, Saskatoon- See Employment - Loss

 

Kindersley, Sask.- See Oil industry - Land sales

 

Kirkham,- See Justice Department - Crown prosecutor

 

Kirsch, Dr. David- See Hospitals - Moosomin, operating room service

 

Knowledge

Export, 2

 

Korpus, Ray- See Justice, administration - Court case

 

Kosovo- See Yugoslavia, Federal Republic of

 

Kramer, Eiling (former MLA)- See Condolences

 

Kyle Small Business Loans Association- See Small business - Small business loans association program - Employment development

 

L

L & M Wood products- See Forest industry

 

La Loche, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Garson Lake road; Hospitals - New, construction - Northern Saskatchewan

 

Labour

Legislation, 47, 439

Delineation, 1044

 

Labour Department

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 845-9, 1037-47

Crofford, 845-9, 1037-46

McPherson, 1039-47

Toth, 845-9, 1037-9

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99)

Crofford, 1047

Minister, daughter's death, condolences, member's statement

D'Autremont, 531

Osika, 531

Stanger, 531

Occupational Health and Safety Division, funding, accountability, 1039

Staff

Increase, 1039

Salary increases, 1039

 

Labour disputes

Co-operation, 360

Public service, lockouts and back to work legislation, 1040-1

Right to strike, essential services designation, 846-8, 1037

Legislation, 1040-1

New approach/tool, 1039-40

 

Labour force, 361, 381- See also Education - Women's workplace issues; Family - Work, balance - Task force, recommendations; Indians/First Nations - Aboriginal employment development program; Metis - Development fund; Training programs

Benefits, costs- See Employment development - Advertisement, SaskTel

Creative and knowledgeable, 1, 57

Family-related leave, Labour Standards Act, changes, 852

Hours of work, additional, assignment, 1041-2

Workers killed and injured, Day of Mourning, April 28, 1999

Moment of silence observance

Crofford, 866

Workers killed and injured, Day of Mourning, April 28, 1999, member's statement

Osika, 860

Toth, 859-60

Trew, 859

 

Labour market- See also Regional colleges - Review committee

Canada-Saskatchewan Agreement on Labour Market Development, 982

 

Labour relations, 199

Collective bargaining, 360, 1046- See also Nurses

Atkinson, 629

Osika, 629

 

Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 11)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 809

Second reading

MacKinnon, 910

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 980-1

Gantefoer, 980-1

Third reading

Cline, 981

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Labour Standards Act, 360

Amendments, proclaiming, 1041

Northern exemption, 1044-5

Section 13(4)- See Labour force - Hours of work, additional, assignment

Section 43- See Employers - Layoff, requirement notice and termination requirement notice, differentiation

Section 72- See Labour - Legislation, delineation

 

Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation- See Potato industry

 

Lakeland Community College- See Oil industry - Heavy oil - Science centre, Lloydminster

 

Land Information Services Corporation

Assets and liabilities, 1006

Establishment

Cost, 1006-7

Heppner, 808-9

Nilson, 809

 

Land Information Services Facilitation Act (No. 35)

First reading

Nilson, 866

Second reading

Nilson, 948

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 968-9

Julé, 969-70

Nilson, 968-70

Third reading

Nilson, 981

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Land Titles

Computerization- See Land Information Services Corporation - Establishment

Coordination role, Information Technology Office, 518

 

Langbank, Sask.- See Schools - Construction

 

Langefeld, Mark- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Chief Executive Officer

 

Langenburg, Sask.- See Health care - Centres

 

Law Day

April 14, 1999, member's statement

Lorje, 564

 

Leader Post

Political columnist, Murray, Mandryk, birth of daughter, congratulations, member's statement

Julé, 860

 

Learning- See Education

 

Legal aid

Access, 1032

Caseloads, 1004

Lawyers, availability, 1030-1

Qualification criteria, 1032

 

Legislative Assembly

Clerk, recognition, 25 years of service, member's statement

Haverstock, 804

MacKinnon, 803

Osika, 804

Toth, 803-4

Estimates (1999-2000), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Four year term- See Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 209) (four year term)

Journals Clerk, retirement and 30 years service acknowledgement

Speaker, 1160

Opening ceremonies

Speaker, 6

Order of business, April 27, 1999, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 798

Order of precedence after daily routine, May 4, 1999, M. (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 964

Sergeant-at-Arms, birthday, member's statement

Hillson, 609

Staff, acknowledgement

Flavel, 1156-7

Votes, free allowing- See Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1999 (FREE VOTES) (No. 211)

Votes and Proceedings, printing, M. (Romanow)

Romanow, 6

 

Legislative Assembly - Adjournment

April 1-7, 1999, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 422

April 14, 1999, recess to recognize the 75h anniversary of the Royal Canadian Air Force, M. (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 570

April 22, 1999, recess to honour Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal recipients, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 715

May 6, 1999

Speaker, 1159-61

May 6, 1999, M. (MacKinnon)

Krawetz, 1159

MacKinnon, 1158

Osika, 1159

 

Legislative Assembly - Announcements

Pages, introduction

Speaker, 5

 

Legislative Assembly - Hours of sitting

May 6, 1999, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 1114

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1999 (FREE VOTES) (No. 211)

First reading

Krawetz, 537

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 209) (four year term)

First reading

Krawetz, 809

 

Legislative Assembly members- See also Canada Health Act; Medicare

Administrative assistants and secretaries, tribute, member's statement

Goohsen, 579

Constituency expenses, charitable foundations

Krawetz, 400-1

Van Mulligen, 400-1

Donations

Haverstock, 249

Krawetz, 216-18, 246-8, 298-9, 337-9

Lingenfelter, 216-18, 246-8, 249

Van Mulligen, 298-9, 338-9

Cypress Hills constituency- See also Child sexual abuse

Resignation

Speaker, 687

Suspending, expelling and declaring seat vacant, M. (MacKinnon)

D'Autremont, 657

MacKinnon, 657

Withdrawal

MacKinnon, 691

Former

Cumberland constituency, Lawrence Yew, 201

Expense accounts, investigation and court cases, 440

Costs, 1032

Pending, 1033

Leave of absence

Regina Northeast, March 15-19, 1999, Conference on the Establishment of a Multiparty National Vietnamese Parliament, Hanoi, Vietnam,- M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 18

Saskatoon Greystone, farewell

Belanger, 1108

Haverstock, 1106-7

Hillson, 1108

Julé, 1107-8

Saskatoon Meewasin, March 24-26, 1999, Canadian Turkey Marketing Agency, 25th anniversary celebrations, attendance,- M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 189

Saskatoon Mount Royal, Saskatoon Southeast and Rosthern, April 19-20, 1999, Midwestern Legislative Exchange, St. Paul, Minnesota, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 630-1

Melville constituency, granddaughter's birth, member's statement

Osika, 709

Moral purpose, 329-30

North Battleford constituency, son- See Nurses - Registered nurses, appreciation

Recall- See Recall of Members Act, 1999 (No. 212)

 

Legislative Building, Regina

Restoration project- See Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation - Educational partnership, Regina Catholic school division

 

Legislative Library

Annual report, committee referral (Communication), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 17

 

Lemberg, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 22

 

Liberal Party- See Provincial election 1999

 

Libraries

International Special Librarians Day, April 15, 1999, member's statement

Shillington, 580

 

Lieutenant Governor

Speech from the Throne, 1-5

 

Light Source Synchrotron- See High technology

 

Limerick, Sask.- See Grain -- Elevators, closure - Prevention

 

Liquor and Gaming Authority

Revenue, 303, 318, 352, 434

Travel expenses, 443

Hamilton, 403

McPherson, 403

 

Litter Control Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 38)

First reading

Scott, 810

Second reading

Scott, 912-13

Toth, 913

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 977-8

Krawetz, 978

Scott, 977-8

Third reading

Scott, 981

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Littleton, Colo.- See High schools - Shootings, students and teachers; Schools - Safety, addressing

 

Livestock industry

Diversification, 20, 25

Grazing rights, Alameda area, 796

Livestock and horticultural facilities incentive program, 21, 24

 

Lloydminster, Sask.- See Credit unions; Oil industry - Land sales; Schools - Construction - New modern

 

Local government- See Municipalities

 

Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 17), 5

First reading

MacKinnon, 188

Second reading

Bjornerud, 512

Gantefoer, 272

Teichrob, 271-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 635-6

Teichrob, 635-6

Third reading

Teichrob, 642

Royal Assent, 706

 

Lotteries

Break-opens- See below Nevada tickets

Nevada tickets- See Hospitals - Regina and Saskatoon, funding, Nevada ticket sales

Video lottery terminals- See Gambling - Addiction treatment centres

Western Canada Lottery Corporation, proceeds distribution, 315

 

Lucky Lake Farm & Water Limited Partnership

Financial assistance, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 797

 

Lucky Lake Potato Storage Company- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation

 

Luepke, Karen- See Nurses - Retention

 

Lumsden, Sask.- See Water

 

M

MacKay (Harold) report- See Universities - Revitalization

 

Macklin, Sask.- See Small business - Small business loans association program, employment development -- Eyehill Rural Development Corporation

 

Maclean's- See Universities - Ranking against other provincial jurisdictions

 

MacMillan Bloedel Limited- See SaskFor MacMillan mill, Hudson Bay

 

MacPherson Leslie Tyerman- See Agricultural Credit Corporation of Saskatchewan - Legal counsel

 

Maintenance orders

Appeal mechanism and mediation, 1027

Enforcement, 447

Driver's licence suspension, 1005

Social security number request, 1005-6

Enforcement and variation, 1025-7

Father's access to children, denial, 1025

 

Mallard Industries, Wadena- See Oil industry - Used oil, recycling depots

 

Manufacturing industry, 20-1- See also Employers - Layoff, requirement notice and termination requirement notice, differentiation

Diversification, 2

Employment growth, 284

Investment tax credit, extension, used equipment, 57

Shipments, 66

Tax reduction, 153, 353

 

Maple Creek, Sask.- See Doctors/Physicians - Leaving province

 

Marathon Investments- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Shareholders

 

Marcelin and District Small Business Co-operative- See Small business - Small business loans association program - Blaine Lake Economic Development Co-operative

 

Markets

Expansion, 284

International, unstable, 283

 

Marquis, Sask.- See Urban municipalities - Farm land located within, farm buildings, assessment

 

Martell, Senator Fred- See Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations - President

 

Maurice, Leo- See Senior citizens - Northern Saskatchewan

 

Meadow Lake, Sask.- See Doctors/Physicians; Hospitals - New, construction - Northern Saskatchewan

 

Meadow LakeTribal Council- See Forest industry

 

Medical association- See Saskatchewan Medical Association Act (No. 304)

 

Medical research

Funding

Atkinson, 374-5

Haverstock, 374

Funding, member's statement

Haverstock, 425-6

 

Medical Research Council of Canada- See Medical research - Funding; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

 

Medical research resident bursary program- See University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon - College of Medicine

 

Medicare, 3-4, 22, 57, 65, 88, 139-40, 146, 163-4, 170-1, 199, 288, 305-6, 345, 358, 393, 410, 418, 420-1, 432, 446, 449- See also Health care; Saskatchewan Medicare Act

Chelation therapy, coverage, petitions

Draude, 7

Legislative Assembly members, public positions, challenge to explain, 4

National reinvestment, significant, 4

Principles, reaffirming and enshrining, 4

 

Melfort, Sask.- See Health care providers/workers -- Strike action; Hospitals - Regional care centres, continued work

 

Melville, Sask.- See Hospitals - Construction

 

Melville constituency

Events and people, member's statement

Osika, 425

 

Members of the Legislative Assembly- See Legislative Assembly Members

 

Mental health, 60, 230- See also Special care homes - Shortage

Services, 65, 288, 411, 449

Funding, 420

Northern Saskatchewan, 420

 

Metis- See also Forest industry - Expansion

Development fund, 361

 

Mexico- See Environment and Resource Management Department - Out-of-province trips, Mexico

 

Midwifery

International Midwives Day, member's statement

Draude, 1071

 

Midwifery Act (No. 44)

First reading

Junor, 964

Second reading

Atkinson, 1018-19

Draude, 1019

Lorje, 1019-20

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Atkinson, 1081-5

Draude, 1081-3, 1085

Hillson, 1083-4

Julé, 1084-5

Third reading

MacKinnon, 1091

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Milgaard, David- See Justice, administration

 

Millar, Dr.- See Health care - Kidney dialysis, Yorkton Regional Health Centre, expansion

 

Millennium Scholarship Fund- See Students

 

Miner, Kelly- See Legislative Assembly members - Constituency expenses, charitable foundations donations

 

Mineral Taxation Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 16)

First reading

Lautermilch, 188

Second reading

Bjornerud, 271

Heppner, 614-15

Lautermilch, 270-1

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 951

Lautermilch, 951

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 952

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Mining industry, 2- See also Energy and Mines Department

Hardrock mining, 789-90

Workers, recognition, 202

 

Ministerial statements

Canadian Light Source Synchrotron, Saskatoon, funding, Canadian Foundation for Innovation: Gantefoer, 375-6; Haverstock, 376; MacKinnon, 375; Osika, 376

Forest industry, expansion: Gantefoer, 757-8; MacKinnon, 757; Osika, 758

Schools' role, changing expectation, public dialogue announcement: Krawetz, 220-1; McLane, 221; Serby, 220

 

Mitchell, Donald- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 18 - Vehicle damage

 

Mitchell's Gourmet Foods Inc.- See Food processing industry

 

MLAs- See Members of the Legislative Assembly

 

Moose Jaw, Sask.- See Health care - Kidney dialysis - Availability; Hospitals - Regional

 

Moose Mountain Provincial Park- See Wildlife - Deer antlers, harvesters

 

Moosomin, Sask.- See Hospitals; Schools -- Construction and maintenance -- Joint-use facilities

 

Morton, HoWard, -See Justice Department -- Crown prosecutor

 

Motions- See Private Member's Motions; Seventy-five Minute Debate

 

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 1999

General Revenue Fund, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 1156

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2000

General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline)

Cline, 495

General Revenue Fund, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 1156

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2000, M. (Cline)

Cline, 486-95

Gantefoer, 486-8

Hillson, 492-5

Krawetz, 489-92

 

Motions (priority of debate)

Shaunavon Hospital, layoff notices, M. (McPherson), 570

 

Motions (under Rule 46)

Grain transportation, handlers' strike, federal legislation, request, M. (Bjornerud), 46, 137

Health care, rural communities, destruction, immediate stop,- M. (McLane), 17

Hospitals, closure, plans, abandonment, M. (D'Autremont), 18

Nurses

Back-to-work legislation

Defiance, penalties waiving, M. (Hillson), 485

Repeal, M. (Osika), 485, 505

Collective bargaining, resumption, M. (D'Autremont), 505-6

 

Motor Vehicle Impoundment and Forfeiture Act (No. 240)

First reading

Hillson, 614

 

Motor vehicle insurance, 144- See also Farm vehicles

Deductible, 385

Personal injury protection plan, 199

 

Motor vehicles

Automotive service technicians programs- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Kelsey Campus - Canadian Auto Repair and Service, accreditation

Canadian Automobile Club and Ford Student Auto Skills Contest winners, Estevan Comprehensive School, member's statement

Ward, 427

High speed chases- See Police services

Provincial Ford CAA Student Auto Skills Competition, winners, L.P.Miller Comprehensive School, Nipawin, students, member's statement

Renaud, 959

Theft, 290

 

Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing Department

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 597-606, 998-1002

Bjornerud, 599-604

Draude, 597-8, 604-6, 1001-2

Heppner, 598-9

Hillson, 998-1000

Julé, 1000-1

Teichrob, 597-606, 998-1002

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 1002

Housing Department

Minister, departure, member's statement

Bjornerud, 369

 

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 2)

First reading

Cline, 109

Second reading

Cline, 256

Draude, 256-7

Gantefoer, 586

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 738

Gantefoer, 738

Third reading

Cline, 739

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Municipal Hail Insurance Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 5)

First reading

Nilson, 109

Second reading

Bjornerud, 513

Gantefoer, 261

Nilson, 260-1

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 737

Nilson, 737

Third reading

Nilson, 739

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 41)

First reading

Teichrob, 908

Second reading

Hillson, 965-6

Krawetz, 965

Teichrob, 964-5

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 1020-1

Teichrob, 1020-1

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1024

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Municipalities, 435- See also Highways and roads - Classification system, new; Northern municipalities; Rural municipalities; Urban municipalities

Amalgamation, 603

Elections- See Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 17)

Funding, 163, 195, 347, 433, 438- See also Municipalities - Revenue sharing; Property tax

Infrastructure

Distribution, 602-3

Federal, 600-1

Futures program, 603-4

Grants in lieu of property taxes, 285, 313

Infrastructure, 312- See also below Provincial-municipal infrastructure program; Revenue sharing

Municipal Renewal Task Force, members, advisory capacity, 1001-2

Police services, funding, 313, 317, 389, 416

Provincial-municipal infrastructure program, 285, 312-13, 317, 393, 449

Joint review committees, establishment, 313

Project eligibility criteria, 313

Project eligibility criteria, consultation, 313

Revenue sharing, 227, 230, 285, 313, 317, 328- See also Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 41)

 

Museums- See Western Development Museum

 

Music

Easter musicale The Door, Moosomin, member's statement

Toth, 564-5

Saskatchewan Country Music Association, 10th awards show- See also Radio broadcasting - CJVR 750, Melville

Saskatchewan Country Music Association, 10th awards show, member's statement

Flavel, 132

Saskatchewan Express,- CD Star Power launch, member's statement

Murrell, 337

Swift Current Children's Choir, Unisong Festival, Ottawa, participation, fundraising, member's statement

Wall, 296

 

N

National Aboriginal Achievement Awards- See Honours and awards

 

National Child Benefit- See Child poverty

 

National Energy Board- See Natural gas - Pipelines -- Safety audits, scheduled

 

National Research Council- See High technology - Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon

 

National standards- See Education; Health care; Highways and roads

 

Natural gas

Alliance Pipeline, employment development, 25

Distribution program, 945

Employment statistics, 784

Exploration projects, 792-3

Head offices, subsidiaries, location, 793-4

Investment, increase, government strategy, 784

Pipelines

Safety audits, scheduled, National Energy Board, 785-6

Spills, compensation to landowners, 786

Rights- See Oil industry - Land sales

Royalties, 393, 784

Wells

Abandoned/orphaned, clean-up responsibility, 793

Drilled, 784

 

Natural resources, 148, 152, 174, 409- See also Environment and Resource Management Department

 

Navigable Waters Protection Act- See Water - Buffalo Pound outlet, replacement; Water - Lumsden dike, reconstruction

 

Negative Billing and Check-off Options Regulation Act (No. 238)

First reading

Goohsen, 405

 

Net Income Stabilization Program (NISA)- See Farm income

 

Neudorf, William Z. (former MLA)- See Condolences

 

New Careers Corporation

Building, Kamsack, 779

Replacement, 982-3, 985

 

New Democratic Party- See also Charitable foundations - Non-Profit Corporations Act, non-compliance; Legislative Assembly members - Constituency expenses, charitable foundations donations

Nomination meetings

North Battleford, member's statement

Hillson, 579-80

Sonntag, 609

Rosetown-Biggar, member's statement

Bjornerud, 580

 

New Generation Co-operatives Act (No. 42), 2, 49

First reading

Nilson, 908

Second reading

Gantefoer, 967

Nilson, 966-7

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1021-4

Toth, 1021-4

Third reading

Nilson, 1025

Royal Assent, 1161

 

New Generation Co-operatives Consequential Amdt. Act, 1999/Loi de 1999 apportant des modifications corr-latives - la loi intitul-e The New Generation Co-operatives Act (No. 43)

First reading

Nilson, 908

Second reading

Nilson, 967-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1024

Third reading

Nilson, 1025

Royal Assent, 1161

 

New Millennium- See Year 2000

 

Newbridge, Coteau Hills Potato Corporation- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Shareholders

 

Newspapers

Good news headlines- See Economic development

 

NISA- See Net Income Stabilization Program (NISA)

 

No-fault insurance- See Motor vehicle insurance - Personal injury protection plan

 

Non-profit corporations

Dissolved, application for revival, "interested person" definition, 621

Membership corporation and charitable corporation, differences, 619-20

 

Non-Profit Corporations Act- See Charitable foundations; Tommy Douglas House - Charitable corporation designation

 

Norquay, Sask.- See Hospital waiting lists - Surgery, arthritic hip patient

 

North Battleford, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Highway No. 40, intersection of Highway No. 16, relocation; Volunteers; Young offenders

 

North Battleford constituency- See New Democratic Party - Nomination meetings

 

North Central Health District- See also Nurses - Strike - Volunteers, gratitude

Health care workers' offer of service during nurses' defiance of back-to-work legislation

Atkinson, 535-6

McPherson, 535-6

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, employees, strike

Atkinson, 534

Gantefoer, 533-4

 

North Dakota- See Floods - Souris River

 

North-East Health District- See - Hospitals, closure; Health care providers/workers - Collective bargaining; Hospitals - Carrot River

 

North Valley Health District- See Hospitals

Nurses, Alberta, bringing in to ease pressure of nurses' strike- See also Health districts

Atkinson, 568

Bjornerud, 568

 

Northern municipalities

Infrastructure- See below Priority needs; Revenue sharing

Priority needs, addressing, 285

Revenue sharing, 313, 317, 414

 

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 12)

First reading

Teichrob, 137

Second reading

Bjornerud, 510

Gantefoer, 270

Teichrob, 268-70

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 635

Bjornerud, 597

Teichrob, 597

Third reading

Teichrob, 642

Royal Assent, 706

 

Northern Revenue Sharing Trust Account- See Northern municipalities - Revenue sharing

 

Northern Saskatchewan, 204, 235- See also Forest industry; particular subjects

Exploration and development- See Base metals - Royalty structure; Gold - Royalty structure

Industries- See Forest industry; Indians/First Nations - Businesses; Tourism

Northern Dialogue initiative partnership, Northern and Aboriginal communities, 2, 139, 169

 

Northwest Territories

Division- See Nunavut Territory

 

Noseworthy report- See Physicians/Doctors - Specialists, Departure

 

Nunavut Territory

Establishment, April 1, 1999

Draude, 405-6

Osika, 406

Wiens, 405

Establishment, April 1, 1999, transcript communication, M. (Wiens)

Wiens, 406

 

Nurses, 232, 444- See also Hospitals - Shaunavon, layoff notices; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus - Parking,

Additional, hiring, 97

Back-to-work legislation- See also Nurses -- Strike; Resumption of Services (Nurses - SUN) Act (No. 23)

Defiance- See also North Central Health District

Atkinson, 480-3

D'Autremont, 480-2

McLane, 482-3

Government advertising

Atkinson, 535

Julé, 534-5

Penalties, waiving

Nilson, 629

Osika, 629

Penalties, waiving, M. (Hillson)

Hillson, 485

Defiance, member's statement

Draude, 499

Repeal- See also Saskatchewan Federation of Labour - Meeting, Davidson

Aldridge, 583

Atkinson, 504-5, 567, 583, 613

Haverstock, 566-7

McPherson, 504, 613

Repeal, M. (Osika)

Osika, 485, 505

Wage increase, imposition

Atkinson, 581-2

D'Autremont, 581-2

Collective bargaining- See also Health care - Labour relations reorganization; Health care providers/workers -- Collective bargaining

D'Autremont, 728-9

Romanow, 728-30

Court injunction, removal

Atkinson, 807-8

Junor, 756

McLane, 755-6, 807-8

Nilson, 755

Osika, 655-6

Romanow, 655-6, 808

Government action, 848

Aldridge, 583-4

Atkinson, 299, 427-9, 583-4, 627-8

D'Autremont, 299, 427-9, 627

Premier's intervention/participation

Atkinson, 484

McLane, 456

McPherson, 483-4

Romanow, 456-7

Resumption

Atkinson, 501-2, 533-4, 537, 566, 805-6

D'Autremont, 501-2, 533, 805

Gantefoer, 534

Haverstock, 536-7

Julé, 565-6

Resumption, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 505-6

Wage negotiations, impediments, removal

Atkinson, 611, 614

D'Autremont, 611

Toth, 613-14

Essential services, provision- See Hospitals - Patients - Transfer - Out-of-province during nurses' strike

Graduates, numbers

Atkinson, 863-4

D'Autremont, 863-4

Out-of-scope management recruitment advertising

Atkinson, 536

McLane, 536

Positions

Additional, funding, 287, 388

Full-time establishing

Atkinson, 569

McLane, 568-9

Romanow, 569

Liberal Party position, 382

Recruitment, 388- See also above Graduates, numbers

Aldridge, 403-4

Atkinson, 403-4, 503, 629-30

McLane, 503

Osika, 629, 656

Romanow, 656-7

Global Career Services

McPherson, 730-2

Romanow, 731-2

Registered nurses, appreciation, member's statement

Hillson, 625

Resignations, retirement

Atkinson, 713

Osika, 713

Retention

Aldridge, 403-4

Atkinson, 403-4, 503, 629-30, 962-3

Junor, 755-6

Lingenfelter, 963

McLane, 503, 754-6, 962-3

Osika, 629, 656

Romanow, 656-7

Rural hospitals, working conditions, member's statement

Julé, 500

Salaries and working conditions, 307

Comments, R. Thompson, Shaunavon, member's statement

McPherson, 479

Shortage, 28, 116, 198, 206-7, 230, 232, 384- See also Nurses - Recruitment; Nurses - Retention; Nursing care - Education programs

Atkinson, 14, 136

Draude, 13-14

Junor, 136

McPherson, 136

Romanow, 13-14

East Central Health District

Bjornerud, 936

Cline, 936, 938-40

McPherson, 938-40

Rural communities, 441

Strike, 63-4- See also Hospitals - Patients - Transfer - Companion's expense coverage; Labour disputes - Right to strike, essential services designation; North Valley Health District - Nurses, Alberta; Regina General Hospital - Patient, out-of-province transfer, extra billing; Resumption of Services (Nurses - SUN) Act (No. 23)

Atkinson, 453-5

D'Autremont, 453-5

Cost

Atkinson, 627

D'Autremont, 627

Ending- See also above Collective bargaining - Wage negotiations, impediments, removal

Government action

Atkinson, 610

Toth, 610

Memorandum of Agreement, 849

Memorandum of understanding

Atkinson, 713

D'Autremont, 710-11

Draude, 683-4, 710

Osika, 712-13

Romanow, 683-4, 710-11, 713

Van Mulligen, 684

Government action, M. (D'Autremont); amdt. (Kowalsky)

Calvert, 671-5

D'Autremont, 658-60

Hillson, 669-71

Kowalsky, 663-8

Murrell, 668-9

Thomson, 675-7

Toth, 660-3

Letters to MLAs, member's statement

Draude, 579

Rally song, Yorkton, East Central Health District, member's statement

Bjornerud, 564

South Country Health District, chief executive officer, actions

Atkinson, 613

McPherson, 612-13

Volunteers, gratitude, member's statement

Gantefoer, 625

Watch program, member's statement

Osika, 750

Working conditions, 110, 287, 411

 

Nursing care

Education programs, 388

Junor, 218

McLane, 218

 

Nursing homes, 119- See also Special care homes

Improved, Balcarres, Big River and Unity, 288, 356, 449

 

O

Oaths of office- See Pro Forma Bill (Oaths of Office)

 

Occupational health and safety- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus -  Relocation - Plains Health Centre - Asbestos removal

Regulations, 196

 

Occupational Health and Safety Act, 360

 

Office of Disability Issues- See Disabled and handicapped persons

 

Oil industry- See also University of Regina - Petroleum Technology Research Centre

CO2 enhanced oil recovery program, Weyburn, 57, 152, 386

Royalty incentives, 787

Saskatchewan Research Council involvement, 782

Deep rights reversion program, 410

Employment statistics, 784

Exploration projects, 792-3

Head offices, subsidiaries, location, 793

Heavy oil

Economic upgrading viability, 792

Science centre, Lloydminster, member's statement

Stanger, 1099

Horizontal wells development, Saskatchewan Research Council, involvement, 780-1

Royalty payments, 781

Investment increase, government strategy, 784

Land

Mineral rights and royalties- See Indians/First Nations - Treaty land entitlements - Mineral rights and royalties

Sales, Swift Current, Estevan, Kindersley, Lloydminster, member's statement

Wall, 608

Scurry-Rainbow Oil Limited, mineral rights, leases and royalties, 788

Oil classification, southwest, 410

Prices, 66- See also Employment development - Rural communities

Decline, 2, 59, 87, 90, 148-9, 152, 169, 229, 303, 409-10

Production and refinement, employment development- See University of Regina - Petroleum Technology Research Centre

Royalties, 784

Rates, 393, 787-8

Structure, 152

Used oil, recycling depots, 647

Mallard Industries, Wadena, 647-8

Used oil and filters

Revenue, 648

Wells

Abandoned/orphaned, clean-up responsibility, 793

Drilled

1998, 783

1999, rising prices, effect, 784

Total, 783-4

Types and number, 788

New, royalties reduction, petitions

Bjornerud, 333

Boyd, 179, 211

D'Autremont, 179, 333, 633, 707

Gantefoer, 241

Krawetz, 333

 

Older persons- See Senior citizens

 

Olive, Will- See Legislative Assembly members - Constituency expenses, charitable foundations

 

Ombudsman, 361

Estimates (1999-2000), committee referral (Estimates), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Reappointment, Barbara Tomkins, M. (Nilson)

Julé, 941

Nilson, 940-1

 

Opinion polls- See Crown corporations - Public opinion polls

 

Oral question period

Agriculture

Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance Program (AIDA): Bjornerud, 402, 584-5, 756, 861-2, 905-6; Gantefoer, 1075;- Teichrob, 756-7; Upshall, 402-3, 584-5, 861-2, 905-6, 1075

Application forms: Bjornerud, 185-7; Upshall, 185-7

Payments: Bjornerud, 732; Upshall, 732-3

Crisis, government assistance: Bjornerud, 279, 339; Romanow, 279; Upshall, 339-40

Agriculture Department

Communications Branch, expenses increase: Aldridge, 219; Bradley, 219

Minister, out-of-province travel costs: Aldridge, 219; Bradley, 219

Ambulance service

Costs, rural patients vs. urban patients: Atkinson, 188, 1103-4; D'Autremont, 187-8; Hillson, 1103-4

Funding: Atkinson, 1105; Hillson, 1105

Budget, advertising cost: Cline, 297-8; Gantefoer, 297-8

Cancer

Chemotherapy patient, Tyrell Dueck, parents' presence denial: Draude, 73, 75; Van Mulligen, 73, 75

Surgery, follow-up treatment: Atkinson, 132-4; Draude, 132-4

Charitable foundations, Non-Profit Corporations Act, non-compliance: Julé, 300-1; Van Mulligen, 300-1

Child sexual abuse

Conviction, fines, increase: Julé, 753; Van Mulligen, 753

Legislative Assembly member, Cypress Hills constituency, conviction, expulsion: Julé, 653; MacKinnon, 653

Children, at risk, protection, government action: Julé, 73-74; Van Mulligen, 74

Collective bargaining: Atkinson, 629; Osika, 629

Crime, statistics, government action: Julé, 404; Nilson, 404-5

Crown corporations

Management: Boyd, 937-8; Lingenfelter, 937-8

Profits: Boyd, 682; Lingenfelter, 682

Public opinion polls, funding: Lingenfelter, 1076; McPherson, 1075-6

Doctors/Physicians

Leaving province: Atkinson, 567-8, 714; Heppner, 567; Toth, 714

Retention, government action: Romanow, 730; Toth, 730

Drugs and pharmaceuticals, prescription drug plan, fosamax, coverage: Atkinson, 372-3; McLane, 372-3

Education

Funding: Krawetz, 430-1, 711-2; Serby, 430-1, 711-2

Learning disabled students: Haverstock, 686; Teichrob, 686

Special needs programs: Draude, 908; Haverstock, 77-8; Serby, 77-8; Sonntag, 908

Elections

Campaign advertising: Krawetz, 1014; Lingenfelter, 1014-5

Government calling: Boyd, 628; Krawetz, 807; Lingenfelter, 628-9; Romanow, 807

Employment development, statistics: MacKinnon, 484; Toth, 484

Executive aircraft, Deputy Premier and family, use: Lingenfelter, 186-7; Osika, 186

Farm land, sale, out-of-province, Saskatchewan Farm Security Act, regulations: Bjornerud, 43; Nilson, 43

Forest industry, expansion: Cline, 865; Gantefoer, 865

Gambling addiction, treatment centres: Hamilton, 961-2; Julé, 961-2

Government advertising, Phoenix Advertising payments: Lingenfelter, 430; MacKinnon, 429-30; McPherson, 429-30

Grain elevators, closure prevention: Aldridge, 906-7, 1103; Bradley, 906-7, 1103; Romanow, 1103

Grain transportation, handler's strike

Federal legislation, request: Bjornerud, 134-5; Lingenfelter, 134-5

Government action: Bjornerud, 43-4; Romanow, 44

Health care

Kidney dialysis, availability, Moose Jaw: Aldridge, 864-5; Atkinson, 864-5

Labour relations reorganization, Dorsey report: Atkinson, 455-6; McPherson, 455-6

Management: Atkinson, 626-8; D'Autremont, 626-7

Services, improvement, funding: D'Autremont, 278-9; McLane, 280; Romanow, 278-80

Workers: Aldridge, 281-2; Romanow, 281-2

Collective bargaining: Atkinson, 342, 370-4; D'Autremont, 370-2; Goohsen, 342; Osika, 373-4

Canadian Union of Public Employees, intervention|: McPherson, 568; Romanow, 568

Strike action, possible: Atkinson, 505; Gantefoer, 505

Health Department, Communications Branch, budget increase: Atkinson, 135-6; Osika, 135

Health district boards, chief executive officers, salary increases: Atkinson, 249; McLane, 248

Health districts, nurses, Alberta, bringing in to ease pressure of nurses' strike: Atkinson, 569; Bjornerud, 569; Romanow, 569-70

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Funding: Aldridge, 685; Upshall, 685-6

Fuel tax revenue: Bradley, 340; Osika, 340; Romanow, 340

Customer satisfaction, measurement, Quest Communications report: Aldridge, 249; Bradley, 249

Funding, $2.5 billion over next ten years: Romanow, 279-80; Toth, 279

Highway No. 1, twinning, priority: Osika, 340-1; Romanow, 340-1

Highway No. 10, Balcarres, speed limit: Bradley, 1077; Osika, 1077

Highway No. 22, potholes, vehicle damage (C. Smulan): Lingenfelter, 1016-7; Osika, 1016-7

Highway No. 37, Climax to Shaunavon, potholes, vehicle damage (C. Gryde): McPherson, 299-300; Teichrob, 299-300

National program: Aldridge, 686; Romanow, 686

Rural, maintenance, funding: Bjornerud, 372; Bradley, 372

Worst highway in Saskatchewan contest finalists: Bradley, 1074-5; Toth, 1074-5

Hospital waiting lists: Atkinson, 76-7; McLane, 76

Diagnostic procedures: Atkinson, 77; McLane, 77

Regina, reduction, funding: Atkinson, 75-6; McLane, 75-6

Hospitals

Beds, shortage, Saskatoon: Atkinson, 75; Gantefoer, 74-5

Closure: Atkinson, 12; D'Autremont, 12-13; Romanow, 13

Carrot River: Atkinson, 184-5; Draude, 184

Hafford, three-year strategic plan: Atkinson, 42-3; D'Autremont, 42

Moosomin, operating room service, reopening: Atkinson, 14-6; McLane, 14-5

Patients, transferring out of province during nurses' strike: Atkinson, 503; Draude, 502-3

Regional, Moose Jaw, proposal: Aldridge, 865; Atkinson, 865

Rural: D'Autremont, 13; Romanow, 13

Judges, impartiality: Julé, 904; Nilson, 904-5

Justice, administration, Milgaard (David) case, compensation: Heppner, 753-4; Nilson, 754

Settlement and public inquiry: Heppner, 961; Nilson, 961

Land Information Services Corporation, establishment: Heppner, 808-9; Nilson, 809

Legislative Assembly members, constituency expenses, charitable foundations: Krawetz, 400-1; Van Mulligen, 401

Donations: Haverstock, 249; Krawetz, 216-8, 246-8, 298-9, 337-9; Lingenfelter, 216-8, 246-9; Van Mulligen, 298-9, 338-9

Liquor and Gaming Authority, travel expenses: Hamilton, 403; McPherson, 403

Medical research, funding: Haverstock, 374; Atkinson, 374-5

North Central Health District

Health care workers' offer of service during nurses' defiance of back-to-work legislation: Atkinson, 535-6; McPherson, 535-6

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency employees' strike: Atkinson, 534; Gantefoer, 533-4

North Valley Health District

Nurses, Alberta, bringing in to ease pressure of nurses' strike: Atkinson, 568; Bjornerud, 568

Nurses

Back-to-work legislation

Defiance: Atkinson, 480-3; D'Autremont, 480-2; McLane, 482-3

Government advertising: Atkinson, 535; Julé, 534-5

Penalties, waiving: Nilson, 629; Osika, 629

Repeal: Aldridge, 583; Atkinson, 504-5, 567, 583, 613; Haverstock, 566-7; McPherson, 504, 613

Wage increase, imposition: Atkinson, 581-2; D'Autremont, 581-2

Collective bargaining: D'Autremont, 728-9; Romanow, 728-30

Court injunction, removal: Atkinson, 807-8; Junor, 756; McLane, 755-6, 807-8; Nilson, 755; Osika, 655-6; Romanow, 655-6, 808

Government action: Aldridge, 583-4; Atkinson, 299, 427-9, 583-4, 627-8; D'Autremont, 299, 427-9, 627

Premier's participation: Atkinson, 484; McLane, 456; McPherson, 483-4; Romanow, 456-7

Resumption: Atkinson, 501-2, 533-4, 537, 566, 805-6; D'Autremont, 501-2, 533, 805; Gantefoer, 534; Haverstock, 536-7; Julé, 565-6

Wage negotiations, impediments, removal: Atkinson, 611, 614; D'Autremont, 611; Toth, 613-4

Graduates, numbers: Atkinson, 863-4; D'Autremont, 863-4

Out-of-scope management recruitment advertising: Atkinson, 536; McLane, 536

Positions, full-time, establishing: Atkinson, 569; McLane, 568-9; Romanow, 569

Recruitment, Global Career Services: McPherson, 730-2; Romanow, 731-2

Recruitment and retention: Aldridge, 403-4; Atkinson, 403-4, 503, 629; McLane, 503; Osika, 629, 656; Romanow, 656-7

Resignations, retirement: Atkinson, 713; Osika, 713

Retention: Atkinson, 962-3; Junor, 755-6; Lingenfelter, 963; McLane, 754-6, 962-3;

Shortage: Atkinson, 14, 136; Draude, 13-4; Junor, 136; McPherson, 136; Romanow, 13-4

East Central Health District: Bjornerud, 936; Cline, 936, 938-40; McPherson, 938-40;

Strike: Atkinson, 453-5; D'Autremont, 453-5

Cost: Atkinson, 627; D'Autremont, 627

Ending

Government action: Atkinson, 610; Toth, 610

Memorandum of understanding: Atkinson, 713; D'Autremont, 710-11; Draude, 683-4, 710; Osika, 712-3; Romanow, 683-4, 710-11, 713; Van Mulligen, 684

South Country Health District, chief executive officer, actions: Atkinson, 613; McPherson, 612-3

Nursing care, education programs: Junor, 218; McLane, 218

Pharmacies, computer systems, Y2K concerns, funding: Atkinson, 1104-5; D'Autremont, 1104

Plains Health Centre, Regina, closure, costs: Atkinson, 1015; D'Autremont, 582, 1015; MacKinnon, 582

Investigation: Atkinson, 16; Boyd, 16

Provincial Auditor: Boyd, 46; Romanow, 46

Police services, high speed chases, offenders, sentences imposing: Cline, 1077-8; Heppner, 1077-8

Potato industry, Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation, investment: Bjornerud, 959-61, 1016, 1073-4, 1102; MacKinnon, 1073-4; Sonntag, 959-61, 1016, 1102-3

Property tax

Education tax, increase: Krawetz, 653-4; Serby, 653-4

Increase: Krawetz, 711-2; Serby, 711-2

Municipal tax, increase: Bjornerud, 654-5; Romanow, 655; Teichrob, 655

Prostitution, child prostitution, safe house, Saskatoon, pimps, access: Julé, 753; Van Mulligen, 753

Regina General Hospital, patient, out-of-province transfer, extra billing (L. Francis): D'Autremont, 753-4; Junor, 753-4

Regina Health District, funding: Atkinson, 44-5, 341; Goohsen, 341; McLane, 44-5; Romanow, 45-6

Retail industry, sales: Cline, 135; Gantefoer, 135

Rural communities, southwest, police services: Julé, 630, 657; Nilson, 630, 657

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus, relocation, Plains Health Centre, asbestos removal contract: Boyd, 105-6; Hamilton, 105-6

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Advertising expenses: McPherson, 713-4; Wiens, 713-4

SAP software, Delta Project, implementation, employees' salaries: Boyd, 401-2; Lingenfelter, 401-2

SaskEnergy Incorporated, bills, non payment, policy: Boyd, 219; Lingenfelter, 219-220

SaskFor MacMillan mill, Hudson Bay, oriented strand board project tender call: Boyd, 938; Lingenfelter, 938

SaskPower Commercial, investment, losses: Boyd, 683; Lingenfelter, 683

School safety, addressing: Krawetz, 904; Sonntag, 904

Social assistance recipients, employable people caseload: Draude, 582-3; Van Mulligen, 582-3

Social services, workers' caseloads: Junor, 136; Van Mulligen, 136-7

Special care homes, shortage: Hillson, 108-9; Atkinson, 108-9

Students, tuition fees, increase: Hillson, 684-5, 1017-8; Romanow, 685, 1017-8

Taxation, reduction: Gantefoer, 106-7; Cline, 107-8

Long-term plan: Cline, 612, 806-7, 940; Gantefoer, 277-8, 612, 806-7, 940, 1101; Romanow, 278, 1101-2

Transportation strategy, comprehensive: Bradley, 1077; McLane, 1076-7

Utilities, rates, review: Boyd, 683; Lingenfelter, 683

 

Ormiston, Sask.- See Telephones

 

Osler, Sask.- See Grain - Elevators, closure - Prevention - Heritage issues

 

Outfitting industry, 21

Expansion, southern Saskatchewan, 926-7

 

Outlook School Division- See School divisions - Amalgamation - Saskatoon West Division

 

P

PAMI- See Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, Humboldt

 

PanCanadian Petroleum Limited- See Oil industry - CO2 enhanced oil recovery program, Weyburn

 

Parents- See Education - Core curriculum - Implementation and accessibility

 

Parkland Health Board- See also Hospitals - Hafford

Strategic plan, three-year, release- See Hospitals, closures

 

Parks- See Provincial parks; Regional parks

 

Pasqua Hospital, Regina

Expansion, 207- See also Regina Health District - Funding

Funding, 3, 145

World-class services, southern Saskatchewan, 3

 

Passover

Celebration, member's statement

Whitmore, 399

 

Patients- See Hospitals

 

Patronage, 443

Liberal Party position, 383

 

Pay equity- See also Public Service Commission

Legislation, 1045-6

 

PCL - Maxam- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus -  Relocation, Plains Health Centre - Abestos removal - Contract

 

Pension Benefits Act, 360

 

Pensions

Liability, unfunded, 229

 

Pesticides- See Water quality - Contamination

 

Petitions

See

Child protection

Family intervention, Social Services Department, policy review

Children

At risk, protection, government action

Learning disabilities, diagnostic assessment and programming, funding

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement

Cancellation

Farm safety net program

Long-term development

Grain

Prices, subsidies, United States/European Union, federal action to end

Health care

Kidney dialysis equipment, Yorkton, funding

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, funding, fuel tax revenue

Construction and maintenance, funding, increase

Highway No. 1, twinning, funding agreements

Highway No. 13, replacement and upgrade

Highway No. 40, intersection of Highway No. 16, relocation

Highway No. 349, gravel portion, repair and pave

Secondary, rebuilding

Hospitals

Closure

North-East Health District, plans, abandonment

Parkland Health District, plans, abandonment

Plans, abandonment

Regional, Swift Current, specialty care hospital funding

Swift Current Regional Hospital, specialty care hospital funding

Medicare

Chelation therapy, coverage

Oil industry

Wells, new, royalties reduction

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection, legislation

School boards

Elections, democratic right to vote, legislative changes

Southwest Health District Board

Layoffs, halt

Telephones

Cellular service, Willow Bunch, Rockglen and Coronach

Workers' compensation

Survivor benefits

 

Petroleum Technology Research Centre, Regina- See University of Regina

 

Pharmacies

Computer systems, Y2K concerns, funding

Atkinson, 1104-5

D'Autremont, 1104

 

Phoenix Advertising- See Government - Advertising

 

Physicians/Doctors, 230- See also Saskatchewan Medical Association Act (No. 304); University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon - College of Medicine

Leaving province

Atkinson, 567-8, 714

Heppner, 567

Toth, 714

Meadow Lake, Dr. Anton Nel and Dr. Janna Van Tonder, welcome, member's statement

Sonntag, 104

New, Twin Rivers Health District, member's statement

Stanger, 1072

Retention, 191, 411- See also University of- Saskatchewan - College of Medicine - Funding

Romanow, 730

Toth, 730

Rural communities, 287, 378, 388-9, 441, 881-2

Rural practice establishment grants, 22, 57, 287, 353, 378

Specialists, 206

Departure, 880-1

Humboldt, 881

Specialists, shortage, 879-80

Establishing and maintaining Specialty Physician Services in Rural and Urban Saskatchewan, recommendations, 880

St. Peter's Hospital, Melville, chief surgeon Dr. Kenshill, arrival, member's statement

Kasperski, 297

 

Pickel, Vesta- See Poets

 

Pipestone Health District- See Hospitals - Moosomin, operating room service, reopening

 

Plains Health Centre, Regina- See also Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus -  Relocation

Closure, 110, 164, 206, 441, 1156

Costs, 888- See also Regina Health District - Funding

Atkinson, 1015

D'Autremont, 582, 1015

MacKinnon, 582

Investigation

Atkinson, 16

Boyd, 16

Provincial Auditor

Boyd, 46

Romanow, 46

Equipment, disposal, 776

 

Poets

Vesta Pickel, 1

 

Points of order

Seventy-five minute debate, questions answering

McPherson, 547

 

Police services- See also Rural communities - Southwest

Funding- See Firearms - Registration, costs; Municipalities

High speed chases, offenders, sentences imposing, 1003-4

Cline, 1077-8

Heppner, 1077-8

Improvement, measures, introduction, 4

Provincial police force

Adequate numbers, 1029

Contract, other than RCMP, consideration, 1029-30

 

Politics- See Women

 

Ponteix, Sask.- See Highways and roads - Signage

 

Population, 2, 67, 87, 126-7, 153, 161, 165, 193, 230, 362, 1140

Loss, 55-6, 89, 290, 302-3, 409, 433, 448

Statistics, 722-3

 

Ports

Churchill, Man., promotion, 48

 

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

Career and employment services- See also New Careers Corporation - Replacement

Operational support, funding, 986

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 981-3, 985-92

Hillson, 990-2

Julé, 989-90

Krawetz, 981-2, 985-9

Sonntag, 981-3, 985-92

Estimates, supplementary (1998-1999), 993

Funding, 381

Staff, increase, 981-2

 

Potash industry

Development, 791

Mines, upgrading, International Minerals and Chemical Corporation (Canada) Ltd., 152

Promotion, 785

Royalties, 393

Tax changes- See Mineral Taxation Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 16)

 

Potato industry, 232

Domestic market flooding, leading to drop in potato prices, 996

Government involvement, trade retaliation, 995

Growers, statistics, 796

Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation

Board of directors, 830

Chief Executive Officer, 830

Creditors, meetings, 832-3

Equity, 829

Financial situation, government knowledge and responsibility, 833-4

Flaking and dehydration plant, investment, 796

Investment, 796-8, 825-7, 993-4, 1140

Bjornerud, 959-61, 1016, 1073-4, 1102

MacKinnon, 1073-4

Sonntag, 959-61, 1016, 1102-3

Security, 829

Lucky Lake Potato Storage Company, purchase, 796-7

Rural municipalities, transportation agreement, 234, 392-3

Shareholders, 826

Producers, driven out, SPUDCO competition, 829-30

Production acreage, 834

 

Poverty, 440, 446

Elimination, 4, 289-90, 389

Reduction, 287

 

Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute, Humboldt, 25

Contributions, member's statement

Julé, 608

Saskatchewan Research Council, involvement, 780

 

Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute Act, 1999 (No. 7), 158

First reading

MacKinnon, 137

Second reading, 614

Gantefoer, 264

Serby, 262-4

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 698

Julé, 697-8

Upshall, 697-8

Third reading

Upshall, 699

Royal Assent, 706

 

Prairie West Health District- See Hospitals - Closure

 

Prairie West Regional College

Graduation, April 30, 1999, Outlook, member's statement

McLane, 957

 

Preeceville, Sask.- See Hospitals

 

Premier- See also- Child care - Souris Valley Child Care Centre and The Family Place, Weyburn; Nurses - Collective bargaining

Constituency office expenses, 1144-5, 1153

Political future, 1142

Provincial Premiers, chair- See Health care - National priority, greater, provincial four year position

 

Prince Albert, Sask.- See Disabled and handicapped persons; Health care - CT (computerized tomography) services; Hockey; Retail industry - Ted Matheson's Men's Wear; Small business; Teachers; Training programs - Youth Futures program, pilot project, Prince Albert; Volunteers

 

Prince Albert constituency- See Forest industry - Expansion

 

Priority of debate- See Motions (priority of debate)

 

Private Members' Bills Committee

Eighth- report, 528

Eighth- report, M. (Johnson) for concurrence

Johnson, 528

Name substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 18

Ninth report, 707-8

Ninth report, M. (Johnson) for concurrence

Johnson, 708

 

Private Members' Motions

No. 1. Agriculture, government assistance, M. (Johnson); amdt. (Boyd), 549-56

No. 2. Nurses' strike, government action, M. (D'Autremont); amdt. (Kowalsky), 658-77

 

Privatization, 345, 358

 

Privileges and Elections- Committee

Name substitution, M. (MacKinnon, )

MacKinnon, 189

 

Pro Forma Bill (Oaths of Office)

First reading

Romanow, 5

 

Processing industry- See Food processing industry; Manufacturing industry

 

Producers- See Farmers/Producers

 

Professional associations

Bylaws, committee referral (Regulations), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 17

 

Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan- See Legislative Assembly members - Former, expense accounts, investigation and court cases, pending

Metro fund, provincial election, access, 1033

 

Property- See also Saskatchewan Property Rights Act (No. 214)

Assessment- See Urban municipalities - Farm land located within, farm buildings

Farm land classification within town limits vs. rural municipality, appeal, 598

Legislation, 5- See also Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 8); Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 12); Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 13); Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 14)

 

Property tax, 230, 352, 396, 433, 440- See also Education - Funding; Farm land - Education tax; Municipalities - Grants in lieu; School boards - Grants - In lieu

Education, funding, 1058-63

Education tax, 172, 394, 433, 438- See also Farm land - Education tax; Rural municipalities - Tax arrears, problems

Allocation- See Education Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 25)

Increase

Krawetz, 653-4

Serby, 653-4

Increase

Krawetz, 711-12

Serby, 711-12

Municipal tax, increase, 438

Bjornerud, 654-5

Romanow, 655

Teichrob, 655

 

Prosperity, 1

 

Prostitution

Child prostitution, 231, 437- See also Children - At risk; Drug abuse/substance abuse - Youth addiction services; Youth - Drug and alcohol treatment

Protection, legislation, 48, 123, 330-1- See also Child and Family Services Amdt. Act (1999) (No. 1); Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act (No. 206)

Protection, legislation, petitions

Julé, 69, 623, 650, 855

Safe houses

Funding, 571-2

Saskatoon, pimps, access

Julé, 753

Van Mulligen, 753

 

Protection of Children Involved in Prostitution Act (No. 206)

First reading

Julé, 78

 

Provincial Auditor- See also Plains Health Centre, Regina - Closure, costs, investigation

Estimates, main (1999-2000), committee referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Estimates, supplementary (1998-1999), committee referral, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 586

Reports, committee referral (Public Accounts), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 17

 

Provincial-municipal infrastructure program, 285

 

Provincial parks

Funding, 413

 

Provincial Secretary

Anniversaries Secretariat, funding, 1034

 

PST- See Sales taxes

 

Public accounts

Public Accounts to March 31, 1999, committee referral (Public Accounts), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 17

 

Public Accounts Committee- See also Channel Lake Petroleum Ltd., sale - Public Accounts Committee report

Provincial Auditor, reports, committee referral, M. (MacKinnon), 17

Third report, 624

Third report, M. (Gantefoer) for concurrence

Gantefoer, 624

 

Public Inquiries Amdt. Act, 1999 (Justice System Review) (No. 205)

First reading

Julé, 205

 

Public libraries

Internet connections, cost-shared agreements, federal-provincial, 314

 

Public opinion polls- See Crown corporations; Highways and Transportation Department - Polling

 

Public service, 123- See also Labour disputes - Right to strike, essential services designation; Sexual harassment - Workshops

Middle management positions

Liberal Party position, 383, 443

Positions, elimination, Liberal Party position, 443

Salaries, increase, 166

Women, aboriginals and handicapped persons, percentage, 774

 

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (1999-2000), 772-5

Bjornerud, 773-4

Hamilton, 772-5

Julé, 774-5

Estimates, supplementary (1998-99), 775

Intranet Personnel System, implementation, 773

Management Development Centre, 773-4

Pay equity, implementation, 773

Positions, reclassification, 773

Regina office, relocation, 774

 

Q

Quality of life, 289

Agenda, 286, 1155

 

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 27)

First reading

Nilson, 614

Second reading

D'Autremont, 632-3

Julé, 691-3

Nilson, 632, 693

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Hillson, 695-6

Julé, 693-7

Nilson, 693-7

Third reading

Nilson, 698

Royal Assent, 706

 

Quest Communications- See Highways and roads - Customer satisfaction measurement

 

 

R

Racism- See Discrimination and racism

 

Radiation Health and Safety Regulations, 360

 

Radio broadcasting

CJVR 750, Melville, Country Music Awards, winner, congratulations, member's statement

Gantefoer, 182

 

Rafferty-Alameda dams- See also Floods - Souris River

Reservoirs, water levels, 795-6

 

Rail transportation/Railways

Branch lines abandonment, 29, 91-2, 144, 392- See also Highways and roads - Construction and maintenance - Funding - Federal responsibility

Broderick to Moose Jaw (Canadian Pacific)- See Transportation - Strategy, comprehensive

Prevention, government role, 1135-6, 1139

Maintenance, 27

Short-line, 48, 392, 393

Formation, Red Coat Road and Rail Ltd, 392

Formation, Red Coat Road and Rail Ltd., member's statement

Bradley, 336

Producer-owned, 393

Purchase and operation, local groups, interest-free loans, 284

Successor rights, 394

West Central Road and Rail, 235, 238

 

Randall, Gwen- See- Crown corporations - Management

 

Recall of Members Act, 1999 (No. 212)

First reading

Krawetz, 810

 

Record retention and disposal

Committee referral (Communication), M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 17

 

Recycling industry- See also SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres) - Recycling program - Contract; Waste disposal - Regional waste minimization plans

Beverage containers, out-of-province, 197

Mallard Diversified, Wadena, member's statement

Draude, 651-2

Tires, 644-5

Economic viability, 646

Out-of-province, 646

Provinces, neighbouring, 646

Trucks, regulations, 646

 

Red Coat Road and Rail Ltd- See Rail transportation/Railways - Short-line - Formation

 

Red Coat Trail- See Rail transportation/Railways - Short-line - West Central Road and Rail

 

Redberry constituency- See Hospitals - Hafford

 

Referendum and Plebiscite Amdt. Act, 1999 (Constitutional Referendum) (No. 208)

First reading

Heppner, 908

 

Regina, Sask.- See Economy - Growth; Employment development; High technology - Industries, Regina and Saskatoon; Hospital waiting lists; Research and Development Park, Regina

 

Regina Education and Action on Child Hunger Program- See Children - Hunger - Regina Food for Learning Week, April 19-23, 1999

 

Regina Food for Learning Week- See Children - Hunger -- Regina Food for Learning Week, April 19-23, 1999

 

Regina General Hospital

Expansion, 207, 441, 1156- See also Regina Health District - Funding

Funding, 3, 145

Neonatal intensive care unit, oscillatory ventilator, fund-raiser, Z99 radiothon, member's statement

Trew, 72

Patient, out-of-province transfer, extra billing (L. Francis)

D'Autremont, 753-4

Junor, 753-4

World-class services, southern Saskatchewan, 3

 

Regina Health District- See also Plains Health Centre, Regina - Closure, costs

Beds, closure, 206

Debt, funding

Atkinson, 341

Goohsen, 341

Funding

Atkinson, 44-5

McLane, 44-5

Romanow, 45-6

Parking requirements- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus - Parking, nurses

Performance, statistics, member's statement

Thomson, 103

 

Regina Regional Economic Development Authority, 222

 

Regional Authority of Carlton Trail (REACT)- See Waste disposal - Regional waste minimization plans

 

Regional care centres- See Health care

 

Regional colleges, 95-6- See also High schools - Weyburn Comprehensive High School, joint use facility; Prairie West Regional College

Facilities, rebuilding and upgrading, 285

Funding, 286, 355, 381, 449

Grants, operating, 285

Review committee, 168

 

Regional economic development, 409

 

Regional economic development authorities, 387, 439

Carlton Trail Regional Economic Development Authority

Funding, 995

Housing construction, 995, 997

Partnering, 284

 

Regional libraries

First Nations agreements for library service, 998-9

Municipalities, participation, 998

Rosthern, Rosthern Rural Municipality and Hague, 599

 

Regional parks

Funding, 413

 

Regulations Committee

First report, M. (Toth) for concurrence

Toth, 1010

Name substitution, M. (MacKinnon)

MacKinnon, 189

Professional associations, by-laws, committee referral, M. (MacKinnon), 17

 

Remembrance Day, November 11, 1998

Provincial poetry contest winner, Kaeley Kindrachuk, Hafford Central School, member's statement

Jess, 337

 

Research and development, 284, 409- See also Agricultural research and development; Biotechnology; Canada Foundation for Innovation; Grain - Wheat varieties, hardier; High technology - Canadian Light Source Synchrotron Project, Saskatoon; Information technology; Saskatchewan Research Council; Universities; University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon

Expansion and diversification, 2

Funding- See Agricultural biotechnology; Crops - New; Farming -- New methods; Food processing industry; Value added manufacturing

Income tax credit, 286

Innovation Place, Saskatoon, Concourse Building, opening, member's statement

Koenker, 1012

 

Research and Development Park, Regina- See University of- Regina

 

Resources

New, diversification, 2

 

Respect for Constituents Act, 5, 34-6, 61-2, 66, 79, 93, 142, 150-1, 194-5- See also Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, member's statement

 

Restorative justice- See Justice, administration

 

Resumption of Services (Nurses - SUN) Act (No. 23)- See also Nurses - Back-to-work legislation

First reading

Nilson, 457

Second reading

Atkinson, 460-3

D'Autremont, 457-9

Draude, 463-5

Julé, 465-6

McPherson, 459-60

Nilson, 457

Toth, 466-7

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 467-9, 474

Julé, 473-4

McLane, 469-73

Nilson, 467-74

Toth, 469

Third reading

Nilson, 475

Royal Assent, 475

 

Resumption of Services (Nurses - SUN) Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 241)

First reading

D'Autremont, 630

 

Resumption of Services (Nurses - SUN) Repeal Act (No. 239)

First reading

Hillson, 537

 

Retail industry

Canadian Tire, new look store, Estevan, member's statement

Wall, 609-10

Cross-border shopping, 433

Sales, 20, 66, 127, 153, 176, 223, 227, 230, 311, 1140

Cline, 135

Gantefoer, 135

Forecast, 954

Sales, member's statement

Kasperski, 531

Murrell, 1100

Ted Matheson's Men's Wear, Prince Albert, 70th anniversary, member's statement

Kowalsky, 132

 

Rich-poor gap- See Salaries and wages

 

Robotics, 2

 

Romanow, Road Act (No. 7-8) (No. 251-252)

First reading

Hillson, 1105

 

Romanow, Road Act (No. 9-15) (No. 253-259)

First reading

McPherson, 1105

 

Romanow, Road Act (No. 19-22) (No. 263-266)

First reading

Osika, 1106

 

Ronyk, Gwenn- See Legislative Assembly - Clerk

 

Rosetown-Biggar constituency- See New Democratic Party - Nomination meetings

 

Rosthern, Sask.- See Regional libraries; Schools - Construction and maintenance

 

Royal Bank- See Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation - Investment

 

Royal Canadian Air Force

75th anniversary, 15 Wing Moose Jaw, tribute, 558-64

 

Royal Canadian Mounted Police- See Municipalities - Police services, funding; Rural communities - Police services; Rural communities - Southwest

Funding, reduction, 1028, 1032

Positions, shortage, 1028

 

Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon

Saskatoon Health District, withdrawal, 884

 

Royalties- See Base metals; Gold; Natural gas; Oil industry

 

Rural communities, 1, 25, 49, 203, 231, 347, 393- See also Doctors/Physicians; Economic development; Education; Employment development; Energy; Film industry - Employment tax credit; Forest industry; Grain -- Elevators, closure - Prevention; Health care; Hospitals; Information technology; Infrastructure; Mental health - Services - Funding; Nurses - Shortage; Schools; Small business - Small business loans association program - Employment development; Theatre - Dinner theatres; Value added industries/products

Abandonment, 89, 441

Agricultural difficulties, impact, 113

Funding, 25

Government assistance, 381, 441

Police services, 233

Southwest, police services

Julé, 630, 657

Nilson, 630, 657

 

Rural development corporations- See Small business - Small business loans association program - Employment development

 

Rural municipalities, 27- See also Highways and roads - Construction and maintenance - Partnerships; Highways and roads - Rural; Municipalities - Amalgamation; Potato industry - Lake Diefenbaker Potato Corporation; Property - Assessment - Farm land classification within town limits

Infrastructure- See below Priority needs; Revenue sharing

Police services, 1028, 1032

Funding, 356

Priority needs, addressing, 285

Revenue sharing, 313, 317, 356, 414

Rural roads fund, 285, 382, 407

Tax arrears, problems, 602

 

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 13)

First reading

Teichrob, 137

Second reading

Bjornerud, 509-10

Gantefoer, 268

Teichrob, 267-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 597

Hillson, 634

Teichrob, 597, 634

Third reading

Teichrob, 642

Royal Assent, 706

 

Ryan, Maureen- See Nurses - Retention

 

S

Safety- See Communities; Farm families - Health and safety programs; Farm safety; Highway safety; Highways and roads- Deterioration - Driver and passenger safety; Labour Department - Occupational Health and Safety Division; Natural gas - Pipelines; Occupational Health and- Safety; Prostitution - Child prostitution; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Wascana Campus - Relocation, Plains Health Centre - Asbestos removal; Schools; Schools - Bus transportation; Students - Early safety training program

 

SAHO- See Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations

 

Sakitawak Development Corporation- See Employment development - Ile-a-la-Crosse

 

Salaries and wages- See also Public service

Average weekly earnings, 169

Average weekly earnings, member's statement

Whitmore, 276

Minimum wage, 47, 196, 393

Rich-poor gap, widening, Alberta, 166

 

Sales taxes, 362- See also Education and Health Tax Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 34); Farm fuel - Tax exemptions and rebate; Farm machinery; Farmers/Producers - Input; Indians/First Nations; Internet - E commerce; Telephones - 1-800 numbers

Harmonization, 64, 309, 360, 362, 447- See also Retail industry - Sales

Reduction, 20, 26, 50, 56-7, 64, 97, 111-13, 153, 176, 196, 288-90, 304-7, 309, 311, 315-16, 325-7, 346, 348-9, 352-3, 360, 377, 380, 384, 393, 396, 412, 433, 436, 440, 444, 448, 450

Long-term plan, Saskatchewan Party proposal, 290

 

Salvation Army

Humanitarian work, member's statement

Toth, 650-1

 

SAP (Systems Application Products in Data Processing)- See Saskatchewan Power Corporation

 

SARCAN (Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres)

Recycling program, 361

Contract, 643

Out-of-province cans, revenue loss, 643-4

Revenue, 643

Recycling sites, 644

 

SARRC- See Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corporation

 

Sask Central School Division- See Indians/First Nations - Education, Gordon, Muskowekan and Day Star First Nations, off-reserve educational options, agreement

 

Saskatchewan

Best place in the world to live, 1, 36, 47, 236, 289, 361

Centennial celebrations 2005- See Provincial Secretary - Anniversaries Secretariat, funding

 

Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians Act

Proclamation, member's statement

Koenker, 41

 

Saskatchewan Arts Board

50th anniversary, member's statement

Lorje, 369

 

Saskatchewan Association for Rehabilitation Centres- See SARCAN

 

Saskatchewan Association for Resource Recovery Corporation- See Oil industry - Used oil, recycling depots; Waste disposal - Regional waste minimization plans

 

Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations- See Nurses - Collective bargaining

 

Saskatchewan Child Benefit- See Children

 

Saskatchewan Council on Children- See Children

 

Saskatchewan employment supplement- See Income

 

Saskatchewan Farm Security Act- See Farm land - Sale, out-of-province

 

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 1999 (No. 232)

First reading

Bjornerud, 109

 

Saskatchewan Federation of Labour

Meeting, Davidson, member's statement

McPherson, 508

 

Saskatchewan Film and Video Development Corporation

Funding, 314, 604-5

 

Saskatchewan Foundation for the Arts Act (No. 303)

Petition, 478, 498

Second reading

Lorje, 586

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 921

Third reading

Lorje, 822

Royal Assent, 1161

 

Saskatchewan Government Employees' Union- See North Central Health District - Health care workers offer of service

 

Saskatchewan Government Insurance- See also International aid - Operation Eyesight Universal

Crime prevention, youth-oriented programs, assistance, member's statement

Murray, 565

 

Saskatchewan Health Ombudsman Act (No. 216)

First reading

D'Autremont, 733

 

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College

Powwow, 21st annual, April 3-4, 1999, member's statement

Kasperski, 400

 

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, 96

Facilities, rebuilding and upgrading, 285