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2nd Session, 24th Legislature

2001-2002

 

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Addley, Mr. Graham (NDP, Saskatoon Sutherland)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 70–75

Books

Saskatchewan Trivia Challenge by Robin and Arlene Karpan, Souvenir of the Year Award, 2000 Saskatchewan Tourism Award of Excellence, member's statement, 955

Business

Junior Achievement of Northern Saskatchewan awards, 2001, member's statement, 108

Saskatchewan Electronic Tax Service, member's statement, 1777

Children

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 479, 541, 566, 1394, 1425, 1453, 1511

CommunityNet

Member's statement, 324

Condolences

Semchuk, Martin (former MLA), M. (Serby), 651–52

Economy

Growth

Forecasts, Royal Bank and Toronto Dominion Bank, member's statement, 393

Emergency preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Week, May 7-13, 2001, member's statement, 1075

Forest industry

Weyerhaeuser Saskatchewan, ISO 14001 certification, environmental impact standards, member's statement, 1397

Health care

Spinal cord injuries, research, member's statement, 276

High schools

Hudson Bay Composite High School, Grade 7, recognition certificate for sturgeon project, Fish and Wildlife Branch, SERM, member's statement, 1632

Highways and roads

Highways No. 13, No. 23, No. 40

Construction and maintenance, member's statement, 871

Labour Department

Work and Family Unit, new Web site, work and family balance, member's statement, 1513

Mental health

Ruth Robinson Place, Saskatoon, building renovation, housing, mentally ill, member's statement, 2143

Museums

Duck Lake Regional Interpretive Centre, new exhibits, plans, member's statement, 1744

Our Lady of the Prairies Foundation Act, 2001 (No. 302)

Second reading, 857

Third reading, 1152

Provincial parks

70th anniversary, member's statement, 839

Recreation

Trans Canada Trail, volunteer, Gordon Glen, recognition, member's statement, 1866

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman), 495–96

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 503

Saskatchewan Party

Leader, checklist for economic growth, member's statement, 1275

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1305

Speaker

Deputy Speaker, Graham Addley, election, 994

St. Thomas More College Act, 2001 (No. 306)

Second reading, 857

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1151–52

Third reading, 1153

Tobacco

World No Tobacco Day, May 31, 2001, member's statement, 1457

Tourism

Funding for projects, member's statement, 1244

Value to employment and economic development, M. (Thomson), 1594–96

University of Saskatchewan

Rawlco Resource Centre, established through donation by Gordon Rawlinson, member's statement, 597

Utilities

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 725–30

Volunteers

National Volunteer Week, April 22-28, 2001, recognition of SaskTel Pioneers, member's statement, 739

Wind power

Projects, two, member's statement, 2065

 

Allchurch, Mr. Denis (Saskatchewan Party, Shellbrook-Spiritwood)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 151–53

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 47, 836

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 566, 660, 702, 736, 762, 784, 868, 926, 984, 1042, 1072, 1156, 1743, 2141

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1650–57, 2132–34, 2136–39

Forest industry

Development plan, northern Saskatchewan, 205

Softwood lumber, stop proposed American trade sanctions, M. (Higgins); amdt. (Wakefield), 862–64

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1370–71

Services, no reduction, Shellbrook-Spiritwood constituency, petitions, 952, 1337, 1426, 1566, 1598, 1660, 1686, 1774, 1804, 2062, 2252, 2310

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2340–41

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 1879–80, 2017

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1295–96

Occupational Health and Safety Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1880

Securities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2)

Second reading, 962–63

Sports

Hockey

Air Canada Cup, Prince George, BC, Beardy's Blackhawks midget AAA team, participants, member's statement, 454

Air Canada Cup, Prince George, BC, Beardy's Blackhawks, Justin Cruz, Most Valuable Defenceman, member's statement, 871

Telephones

Cellular service

Shellbrook-Spiritwood, petitions, 1098, 1130, 1218, 1242, 1395, 1455, 1512, 1630, 1834, 1862, 1908, 2003, 2092, 2190, 2224, 2348

Workers' Compensation Board

Terminations, management staff, 2099

 

Atkinson, Hon. Pat (NDP, Saskatoon Nutana; Minister of Highways and Transportation; Minister Responsible for Rural Revitalization)

Budget

Balanced, 416

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 415–19

Children

Early development programs, 416

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 542

Commission on Medicare, 417

Education

Funding, 416

Health care

Funding, increase, 417

Health care workers

Negotiations

CUPE and Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, resumption with conciliator, 1602

Strike notice, delivery of health services, 1603

Valued, 1603

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, 110–11

Funding, 110–11, 417

Upgrading, resurfacing, twinning, 399

Highway No. 1

Twinning, 417–18

Highway No. 43, 111–12

Northern, improvement, 418

Primary system, improvement, 418

Regional system, improvement, 418

Thin membrane surface, 111

Upgrading, 418

Truck routes, alternate, 111

Highways and Transportation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 53)

First reading, 1607

Second reading, 1698

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2245–47

Third reading, 2249

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 771–81, 944–50, 1443–49, 1717–28, 1883–94, 2233–42

Internet

Services

High speed, 2354

High speed, rural, 416–17

Music

SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, Saskatoon, 15th, member's statement, 2007

Oil industry

Used oil recovery, Biggar recycling centre, member's statement, 739–40

Points of order

Table letter from which quotes made in question period, 1695

Rail transportation/Railways

Branch lines

Abandonment, moratorium by Canadian National, 418

Short-line development, 418

Railway Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 52)

First reading, 1519

Second reading, 1669–70

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2247–49

Third reading, 2249

Rural economy

Development, 233

Rural Revitalization Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1262–68, 1450–52, 2243–45

Mandate, 233, 418

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

agdealer.com

Assist rural Saskatchewan, 1103

Enhance parent company, 1104

School divisions

Grants, operating, 416

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 416

Television

Cable industry, SaskTel investment, 2353

Theatre

Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon, presentation of government funding, member's statement, 1689

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Saskatoon, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 1014

 

Axworthy, Hon. Chris (NDP, Saskatoon Fairview; Minister of Justice and Attorney General; Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs)

Class Actions Act (No. 13)

First reading, 432

Second reading, 746

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2168–69

Commercial Liens Act (No. 28)

First reading, 993

Second reading, 1088–89

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1995–96

Credit Union Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 15)

First reading, 488

Second reading, 1023

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2086–87

Third reading, 2089

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Business plans, concerns, 873

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Dividends, paid to General Revenue Fund, 908

Expansion into commercial high technology, 788–89, 1748

Contracts, 841

Funding, 787–88

Mandate, 788, 842

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 747–51, 2338

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 551–63, 1795–1800, 1997–2001

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) project, 841

Fees for customers, 874

Profit, first year of operation, 789

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 49)

First reading, 1519

Second reading, 1668–69

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2125–26

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 20)

First reading, 520

Second reading, 1198

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2126

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

First reading, 520

Second reading, 1197

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2126

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 48)

First reading, 1434

Second reading, 1562–63

Third reading, 2281

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 47)

First reading, 1434

Second reading, 1561–62

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2279–80

Third reading, 2281

Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2001 (No. 55)

First reading, 1607

Second reading, 1694–95

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2088–89

Third reading, 2089

Partnership Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 1)

First reading, 174

Second reading, 576

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2086

Third reading, 2089

Police Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 43)

First reading, 1403

Second reading, 1563–64

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2127

Police services

Additional police officers, 743

Special constables, appointment and responsibilities, 1246

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

First reading, 488

Second reading, 577

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1994–95

Public and Private Rights Board

Re-appointment, M. (Axworthy), 234–35

Public Trustee Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 35)

First reading, 1196

Second reading, 1607–8

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2127–28

Public Trustee Consequential Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 36)

First reading, 1226

Second reading, 1609

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 32)

First reading, 1106

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2087–88

Third reading, 2089

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Firing

Joe Dosenberger, matter before courts, 1277–80

Securities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2)

First reading, 174

Second reading, 744–45

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1992–93

Sexual offenders

Adult, resident in Nipawin, close surveillance, 1135

Registry, 766–67, 1134–35

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 38)

First reading, 1226

Second reading, 1564

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 37)

First reading, 1226

Second reading, 1564

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1996

Whistle-blower protection legislation, 54–55, 1246

 

 

B

 

Bakken, Ms. Brenda (Saskatchewan Party, Weyburn-Big Muddy)

Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance program (AIDA), 307

Agriculture

Crisis, 307-8

Diversification, 308

Alcohol and drug abuse

Treatment centre, Weyburn, petitions, 983, 1072, 1336, 1425, 1565, 1597, 1685, 1742, 1907, 1977, 2061

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, 309

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 7, 47, 81, 107, 197, 227, 273, 321, 355, 389, 423, 451, 479, 542, 565, 639, 702, 736, 761, 836, 899, 925, 951, 1011-12, 1041, 1129-30, 1155, 1185, 1273, 1306, 2091, 2223, 2347

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 307-10

Business

Loss of, Bengough, 307

Loss of, effects, 307

Centennial 2005

Crown corporation, establishment, 664-65

Children

Tobacco use, education, 2065-66

Tobacco, possession, penalties, 2066

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 627-29

Recommendations

Hospital closures, 520

Report

Health care mismanagement, 520

Dietitians Act (No. 5)

Second reading, 1931-32

Education

Teaching resources, Natalie Regier, Radville entrepreneur, member's statement, 1015

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 538

Employment development

Lack of, 310

Farm safety net, 307, 310

Farmland

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 307

Grain

Weyburn Inland Terminal (Firm), member's statement, 569-70

Gross revenue insurance program (GRIP), 307

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1321-24

Deterioration, 308, 310

Public health inspectors, shortage, Battlefords Health District, 2008-9

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1962-66

Highways and roads

Gravel, reverting to, 309

Truck routes, alternate, 309

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Second reading, 1085-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2114-18

Hospital waiting lists, 310

Surgery, 310, 2352-53

Hospitals

Beds, acute care

Shortage, Swift Current, 2097-98

Melville

New, acute care facility, 598-99

New, anticipated altered designation, 599

Weyburn, Bengough Health Centre, Radville Marian Health Centre, Pangman Health Centre, ensure services maintained, petitions, 1241, 1394, 1453, 1773, 1803-4, 1833, 1861, 2309, 2389

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 747-50

Internet

Services

Rural, 309

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants, 310

Nurses

International Nurses Day, May 12, 2001, member's statement, 1074

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 8)

Second reading, 574-75

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 671-72

Public service

Numbers, increase, 310

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 4)

Second reading, 1930-31

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Graduates, congratulations, Cst. David Knibbs, North Battleford, member's statement, 839

Rural communities

Discouragement, 307

Rural economy

Revitalization, 308-9

Schools

St. Olivier School, Radville, National Platinum Recognition Award for daily physical education, winners, member's statement, 1912

Sports

Hockey

Goal keeper, Terry Denike, Weyburn Red Wings, drafted by Los Angeles Kings, National Hockey League draft, member's statement, 2226-27

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, Weyburn Red Wings, finalists, member's statement, 259

Taxation

Relief, lack of, 310

Telephones

911 service, 308

Cellular service, 308

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Second reading, 1937-38

Tobacco Control Committee, 2065

Vehicles, emergency

Tow trucks, petitions, 1098

Women

Quota Club, Weyburn, Women of the Year awards, member's statement, 985-86

 

Belanger, Hon. Buckley (NDP, Athabasca; Minister of Environment and Resource Management)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 120-25

Alberta

Contrast, 373

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 373

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 373-76

Chronic wasting disease, 398

Control measures, 398

Education

Funding, 374

Education, post-secondary

Investment, 374

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 676-83, 908-19, 1650-57, 2132-40

Funding, 374

Water quality

Testing, informing, regulating communities, 1225-26

Water quality issues, role in, 1077, 1079

Forest fires

Mobile fire suppression service, 907-8

Forest industry

Protection and monitoring, 374

Government

Good, 375

Health care

Funding, increase, 374

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, 375

Funding, 374

Highway No. 11

Designated Louis Riel Trail, member's statement, 1979

Income tax

Reduction, 374

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 2015-17

Physicians/Doctors

Graduates

Indians/First Nations, Jack Janvier, La Loche, medical doctor, member's statement, 2063

Prairie and Forest Fires Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 44)

First reading, 1403

Second reading, 1495-96

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2129-30

Privatization, 375

School divisions

Grants, operating, 374

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 374

High schools, 374

Internet access, 374

Sewage

Effluent excess, discharge, North Saskatchewan River, 988-91

Effluent excess, discharge, North Saskatchewan River, reports, 1017-18

Sports

Winter games

First Nations Winter Games, 21st, Prince Albert, April 15-19, 2001, member's statement, 544

Training programs

Investment, 374

Unemployment

Reduction, 374-75

Water quality

Assessment, monitoring, and protection programming, 1046

Assessment, monitoring, and protection programming, additional staff, 1047, 1049, 1050

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, conference, Winnipeg, April 30 - May 1, 2001, 991

Drinking water, safety compliance, 374

Funding for testing, 791

Infrastructure funding, 1105

Infrastructure projects, 1076, 1078

Unsafe

Boil-water advisories, 988, 1079-80

Cabinet reports, 1077-79

North Battleford, public inquiry, 988-91

Public awareness, 1047

 

Bjornerud, Mr. Bob (Saskatchewan Party, Saltcoats)

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 935-39

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 47

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2045-47, 2049-50

British Columbia

Election results, member's statement, 1188-89

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 436-38

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 537-38

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 679-81

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1346-50

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1126-27

Health districts

Budget allocations, 2001-2002,  1491

Highways and Transportation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 53)

Second reading, 1698-99

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1725-27

Hospitals

Kamsack, ensure services maintained, petitions, 1130, 1186, 1242, 1336-37, 1395, 1426, 1454, 1565-66, 1629-30, 1774

St. Anthony's, Esterhazy, payroll problem, 1491

Yorkton, pediatric unit, bed closures, 1489-91

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1798-1801

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 49)

Second reading, 1942

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1442-43

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 800-805, 1294-95

Municipalities

Funding, 326, 2067

Revenue-sharing grants, 261-62, 359-60, 430-31, 437-38, 872, 2068-69

Revenue-sharing grants, impact, 789-91, 872

Revenue-sharing grants, member's statement, 393

Music

Music Fest 2001, Ottawa, Esterhazy High School senior concert band, gold medal, Esterhazy High School choir, bronze medal, member's statement, 1486

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1517

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1525-27

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act (No. 25)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2044-45

Personal care homes

Non-profit, government provide subsidies, petitions, 1484, 1511, 1598, 1660, 1686, 1742, 1804, 1833-34, 1862, 1907, 1977, 2061, 2141, 2190, 2224, 2252, 2309, 2347-48, 2389-90

Physicians/Doctors

Pediatrician, possible loss of, Yorkton, 1490

Planning and Development Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 6)

Second reading, 966-67

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2045

Points of order

Members

Discouraged from referring by name to persons who are not members, 2056

Property

Reassessment, 2001, 572

Property tax

Education tax

Increase, 573

Grants in lieu of taxes, 573, 600

Increase, 279-80, 325-26, 359-60, 436-38, 572-73, 600, 707, 872, 2068

Humboldt, 789-90

Melfort, 600

Public service

Numbers, increase, 279-80, 359-60, 429-30, 437

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 23)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2035-39

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman), 498-500

Rural Revitalization Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1262-68

Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA)

Property assessment, flawed, 1020

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 304)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1151

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 206)

First reading, 1986

Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1851

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2045

Saskatchewan Municipal Board

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2291

Sewage

Treatment plant, North Battleford, funding, 959

Small business

Tax increase

Hotels, 744

Student Assistance and Student Aid Fund Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1469-71

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Second reading, 1934-36

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2269-70, 2275

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 24)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2039-41, 2043

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski), 1147-48

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski); questions and comments, 1149, 1150

Unsafe

North Battleford, 791

 

Boyd, Mr. Bill (Saskatchewan Party, Kindersley)

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE), 549

Agriculture

Drought assistance, 2258-59

Policy, 52

Policy, federal, overhaul, Saskatchewan proposals, 1667

Western Canada Farm Progress Show, Regina, June 20-23, 2001, member's statement, 1979

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 584-91, 1507-9, 1947-57, 2398-2402

Canada Farm Income Program (CFIP)

Problems, 329

Commercial Liens Act (No. 28)

Second reading, 1089

Drought

Contingency programs, agricultural, 2354

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2384-87

Farm income

Crisis, 51-52

Federal aid, 548, 645-46

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 31-36

Correspondence with Prime Minister, 601, 645

Crisis, $1 billion federal aid, MLAs presenting case in Ottawa, 13-15

Federal aid

Negotiations, plan, 51-52

Farm safety net, 549, 2259-60

Farm Support Review Committee, 329

Long-term, 13, 2201

Farmland

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 52

Farm land property tax rebate

Administration costs, 601

Ownership regulations, 1984

Foot-and-mouth disease

Preventive measures, ministerial statement (Serby), 331

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1330-34

Livestock industry

Pasture land, taxes, 2011

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 470-71

Sports

Hockey

Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) Bantam B Girls Championship, Eston Bantam Hurricanes, winners, member's statement, 394

Tartan Day

Recognition, April 6, 2001, member's statement, 425

 

Brkich, Mr. Greg P. (Saskatchewan Party, Arm River)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 245-48

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2398

Aircraft

Airplane pull competition, Canada Remembers International Air Show, Saskatoon, August 18-19, 2001, member's statement, 2063-64

Ambulance service

Air ambulance

Purchase of additional, 345

Avonlea dam

Water management infrastructure, dam rehabilitation, ministerial statement (Osika), 1752

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 344-47

Business

Taxation, cuts, 346

Canada Farm Income Program (CFIP), 345

Canadian Western Agribition

President, election, Gary Anderson, Bethune, member's statement, 641

Cancer

Survivors

Relay for Life, Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser, Tristin Vincente, team captain, Bladworth, member's statement, 323, 1601

Centenarians

Brkich, Francis (Mrs.), 100th birthday congratulations, member's statement, 1864-65

Citizens

Brian Hanson, honoured for community service, Davidson, member's statement, 1663

Commission on Medicare, 346

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 221)

First reading, 744

Dugout houses

Reconstruction, Craik Regional Park, Austin Eade, builder, member's statement, 514-15

Education

Funding, 346

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1238-40

Education, post-secondary

Tax credits, 346

Employment development

Graduates, retention, 346

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 542, 566, 593, 659, 702, 736, 762, 784, 836, 868, 900, 1012, 1041, 1072, 1098, 1156, 1186, 1218, 1242, 1274, 1395, 1454, 1511, 1685, 2141, 2190, 2224, 2252, 2309, 2348, 2390

Farmers/Producers

Assistance, 345, 347

Costs, increasing, 345

Gasoline

Tax, 344

Health care

Centres

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 1337, 1598, 1660, 1742, 1774, 1834, 1862, 1907, 1977, 2003, 2061

Davidson, official opening, March 5, 2001, member's statement, 200

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1358-60

Diabetes

Fundraising, Lions Cavalcade for Diabetes, Craik, member's statement, 2197

Emergency services, 347

Highways and roads

Funding

Regional system, improvement, 345-46

National Road Safety Week, May 18-24, 2001, member's statement, 1220-21

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1727-28

Hospital waiting lists, 345, 346

Hospitals

Beds, new, 345

Inventions

Grease saver, Curt Heinen, Craik, designer and builder, member's statement, 2142-43

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2000-2001

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

Second reading, 1945

Long-term care, 346

Lutheran church

Bethlehem Lutheran, Outlook, 90th anniversary celebration, member's statement, 870

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 471

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1290-92

Music

Central Saskatchewan Music Festival, April 23-27, 2001, Mrs. Fran Stone, Davidson, special award, member's statement, 1398

Natural gas

Rate increase, 344

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act (No. 10)

Second reading, 1024-27

Police services

Community co-operation, Hanley-Dundurn Community Consultative Group, member's statement, 786-87

Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 9)

Second reading, 1255-57

Provincial sales tax

Status quo, 344

Public service

Numbers, increase, 344

Rural communities

Craik, economic viability, future, member's statement, 705

Rural municipalities

Revenue-sharing, 344

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 503

Rural Revitalization Office

Funding for staff, 345

Mandate, 345

Saskatchewan Association of Community Living

Lifetime honorary membership, Marg Thompson, Davidson, member's statement, 1690

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Funding, increase, 345

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Funding, 346

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Rates

Increase, 344

Rebate, 344

Saskatchewan Valley Potato Corporation

Development, government support, 263-64, 459, 488

Financial status, 1603

Grant in lieu notice, unpaid, Rural Municipality of Canaan, 905-6

Grant in lieu notice, unpaid, Rural Municipality of Rudy, 844, 905-6

Operating loss, 487

Potato dumping, Broderick, 1603-4

Seed potatoes, frozen, returned from Prince Edward Island, 459-60

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1229-32, 1234, 2176-78, 2179-80, 2296-97, 2298-99

Schools

Rural, 346

Senior citizens

Fixed incomes, concerns, 347

Small business

Tax reduction, 344

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 921-22

Sports

Curling

Provincial Elks and Royal Purple championships, 2003, Bladworth hosts, member's statement, 1836

Golf

Craik golf course fundraising event, member's statement, 1014

Hockey

Western Hockey League, bantam draft, Logan Stephenson selected, member's statement, 1244-45

Ice and snow sailing

World Ice and Snow Sailing Association, world championship, March 6-10, 2001, Blackstrap Lake, member's statement, 427

Rodeo

Saskatchewan High School Rodeo Association, finals, Vincent Northrop, Bladworth, first place, member's statement, 1746

Student loans, 346

Taxation

Freedom day, member's statement, 2255

Relief, lack of, 344

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 24)

Second reading, 1499-1501, 1844-45

Utilities

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 712-14

Volunteers

Rainbow of Hope for Children, Brazil, Clark Puckett, recognition, member's statement, 83

Water

Treatment, small communities

Repairs and replacements, 344

Water Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 12)

Second reading, 1849-51

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2171

 

 

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Calvert, Hon. Lorne (NDP, Saskatoon Riversdale; Premier)

Agriculture

Funding, increase, 446

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 446

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 444-47

Centennial summer student employment program, 2396

Commission on Medicare, 232

Public policy, citizen participation for formation, 602

Recommendations

Process for dealing with, 516, 517

Public consultation, 516-18

Committees

Deputy Chair, Graham Addley, appointment, M. (Calvert), 255

Condolences

Maher, Hugh James (former MLA), M. (Calvert), 2260-63

Crown corporations

Contribution to economy, 873

Ownership, 1222

Privatization, 1223

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Former minister, Janice MacKinnon, resignation, 904-5

Economy

Confidence, 741-42, 2144-45

Gross domestic product (GDP), largest growth per capita in 1990s, 429

Growth

Forecast, Royal Bank of Canada, 446

Partnership for Growth (1996), 1635

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), strategic plan, 1636, 1693, 1747, 2396, 2412

Education

Funding, 447

Elections, 2413

Promises, 327

Employment

Growth, projection, 1635-36

Loss, 10-12, 2393-94

Loss, agricultural sector, 428, 1746-47

Energy

Conservation and ethanol production, ministerial statement (Calvert), 1281-82

Environment and Resource Management Department

Minister, resignation request denied, 1080

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2355-87, 2403-13

Farm income

Crisis, 51-52

Crisis, $1 billion federal aid, MLAs presenting case in Ottawa, 13-15

Federal aid

Negotiations, plan, 51-52

Farm safety net

Long-term, 13, 2201

Gambling

Revenue-sharing partnerships, 263

Social impact study, 262-63

Gambling industry

Problems, 1870

Government

Coalition, accomplishments, 1917

Fiscal foundation, solid, 260

Services, 261

Vision, 13

Health care

Funding, increase, 446

Improved system, co-operative endeavour, 2317

Micromanagement, 232

Health care workers

Training, recruitment, and retention, 2315

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, 2395

Funding, 446

Hospital waiting lists

Surgery

Saskatoon, 2316

Income tax

Reduction, 446

Indians/First Nations

Full participation in economy and society

Government interdepartmental work, 446

Off-reserve

Strategy, budget, 446

Infrastructure

Investment, 444

Legislative Assembly

Member for Saskatoon Idylwyld, recognition, member's statement, 2414

Votes and Proceedings, printing, M. (Calvert), 5

Legislative Assembly members

Meet with public, tax-supported work, 1398-99

Saskatoon Idylwyld constituency

Presentation, 2421

Métis

Strategy, budget, 446

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants, 261-62

Non-confidence vote, coalition government

Consequences, 2199

Population

Forecast, 13

Out-migration, 10-12, 2144

Pro Forma Bill

First reading, 5

Property tax

Education tax

Relief, 770

Public service

Numbers, increase, 444, 445, 446

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Allegations of impropriety

Ministerial trip, northern Saskatchewan, Conflict of Interest Commissioner, review, 1399

Annual report, 1999-2000, tabled late, 1607

Departmental personnel matters, ministerial involvement, 1400-1401

Firing

Joe Dosenberger and Bonnie Swan, due process, 1400

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Rates

Increase, 86

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Privatization, 1193

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 447

Small business

Tax reduction, 276-77, 446, 876

Special care homes

Closures, Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, 232

Speech from the Throne

Consideration, March 21, 2001, M. (Calvert), 5

Students

Summer employment, 446

Taxation

Reduction, 260

Utilities

Rates, lowest in Canada, 260

Water

Management and quality, 1193-94

Water quality

Unsafe

North Battleford, government financial assistance, 988

North Battleford, public inquiry, 1277

Wind power, 446

Youth

Economic growth, opportunities, 2396

 

Cline, Hon. Eric (NDP, Saskatoon Mount Royal; Minister of Finance)

Agri-Food Equity Fund, 266-67

Agricultural research and development

Funding, 267

Agriculture

Adaptation program, alternative operations, 266

Ambulance service

Air ambulance

Purchase of additional, 266

Apprenticeship training, 269

Appropriation Act, 2001 (No. 1) (No. 18)

First reading, 477

Second reading, 477

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 477

Third reading, 477

Appropriation Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 46)

First reading, 1436

Second reading, 1436

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1436

Third reading, 1436

Appropriation Act, 2001 (No. 3) (No. 59)

First reading, 2414

Second reading, 2414

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2414

Third reading, 2414

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 278-79

Investment strategies, highways and roads, education, 398-99

Well received, 447-49

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 447-50

Canada Farm Income Program (CFIP), 266

Centenary Capital Fund

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2027-33

Children

Early development programs, 267

Funding, 266

Good food box program, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1865

Hunger, reduction, 267

Commission on Medicare

Recommendations, review, 266

Communities

Economic capacity, building, 268

CommunityNet, 268

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 27)

First reading, 993

Second reading, 1087

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2023-24

Third reading, 2027

Crown corporations

Debt, increase, 486

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Dividends, use of, 597-98

Economy

Diversification, 265, 266

Forecast, government, 2001-2002, 1980-81

Growth, 265, 266

Natural resources revenue, 266

Opportunities, 265, 268

Education

Funding, 269, 449

Investment, strategic, 268, 269

Special education

Funding, 269

Education, post-secondary

Investment, strategic, 269

Scholarships, 269

Virtual campus, Web-based, 269

Electricity

Cogeneration, capacity, expansion, Cory and Muskeg Lake, 486

Environment

Protection and management, 267

Families

Taxes

Reduction, 202-3

Farmland

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 267

Finance Committee

Budget (March 30, 2001) M. (Cline) to resolve into committee, 270

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 888-98, 1175-84, 2284-91

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 449

Geoscience program

Funding, 266

Government

Credit rating

Upgrades, 278-79

Energy management program, 267

Financial management, 266, 268

Fiscal responsibility, 265

Services, 265

Government expenditures

Debt, 572

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Reduction, program, 267

Health care

Funding, increase, 266

Health care reform/renewal, 266

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, 449

Funding, 268

Primary system, improvement, 268

Regional system, improvement, 268

Funding in partnership with rural municipalities, 269

Prairie Grain Roads Program, 269

Highway No. 1

Twinning, funding, 268

Thin membrane surface

Upgrading

Funding, 269

Income

Child tax credit, increase, 265

Seniors' tax credit, increase, 265

Income tax

Debt reduction surtax

Elimination, 265

Flat tax

Elimination, 265

Provincial tax credits, increases

Caregivers, 265

Disabled and handicapped persons, 265

Post-secondary education, 265

Reduction, 265, 449

Surtaxes, elimination, 265

Tax relief

Working families, 265

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 51)

First reading, 1519

Second reading, 1699-1700

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2024-27

Third reading, 2027

Indians/First Nations

Education

Funding, 269

Mining industry

Exploration, northern Saskatchewan

Tax credits, 266

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 460-77, 1434-36

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2001, M. (Cline), 2413

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002

General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline), 477, 1434, 1435, 2413

Natural gas

Prices, best in Canada, 1516-18

Privatization, deregulation, not being considered, 1488, 1516

Rate increase

Consideration of rate review panel recommendations, 1190-91, 1516

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1527-30

Northern Saskatchewan

Skills training, 269

Points of order

Members

"Phony hypocrite," apologize and withdraw remarks, 1492

Poverty

Assistance programs, 267

Professionals, regulated

Incorporation, 266

Provincial Auditor Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 14)

First reading, 460

Second reading, 886-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2021-23

Third reading, 2027

Provincial sales tax

Remission process, extension request, 2229-30

Public service

Numbers, increase, 449-50

Saskatchewan arts stabilization program

Funding, 267

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Funding, increase, 266

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Funding, 269

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Power export, 486, 487

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Purchases for gas year 2001-2002, prices, purchase status, 1570-71

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 269

High schools, 269

Rural schools, 269

Internet access

Courses, 269

Curriculum materials, 269

Small business

Deterrents

Taxes, 171

Tax reduction, 265-66, 449

Social assistance

Dependence, reduction, 267

Student loans, 269

Students

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, Kingston, Ontario, Saskatoon competitors, member's statement, 929

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 7)

First reading, 234

Second reading, 885

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2019-21

Third reading, 2027

Taxation

Competitive, 265

Reduction, 170-71, 202-3, 230-31

Reform, 265

Simple, fair system, 265

Technology

Investment, strategic, 268

Training programs

Investment, strategic, 269

Transportation

Investment, strategic, 268

Wind power, 267

Youth

Opportunities, expanding, 268

 

Crofford, Hon. Joanne (NDP, Regina Centre; Minister of Culture, Youth and Recreation; Minister Responsible for the Information Highway)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 192-96, 207-10

Agriculture

Crisis, 294

Diversification, 294

Funding, increase, 292

Art/Artists

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, member's statement, 1245

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 291

Balanced, responsible, sustainable, 294

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 291-96

Child care

Family-based model, 293

Child poverty

Reduction, 295

CommunityNet

Official launch, ministerial statement (Crofford), 1283

Correctional centres

Security, increased, 293

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 967-74, 1205-15, 2342-44

Cumberland Gallery, Saskatchewan Legislative Building, Regina

Scyther Caf-, exhibit by Regina Early Learning Centre, member's statement, 1133

Economy

Resource based, cyclical, 293

Education

Funding, 291, 295

Education, post-secondary

Tax credits, 294

Employment development

Government, youth, 295

Energy

Alternative, recycled French fry oil, eco-bus, student promotion, member's statement, 2064

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

First reading, 488

Second reading, 797-98

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2121

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2216-19

Forest fires

Firefighters, 293

Health care

Funding, increase, 292, 295

Health districts

Funding, capital, 295

Highways and roads

Funding, 291

Hospitals

Beds, new, 295

Income

Child tax credit, increase, 294

Seniors' tax credit, increase, 294

Income tax

Provincial tax credits, increases

Caregivers, 294

Disabled and handicapped persons, 294

Post-secondary education, 294

Reduction, 292, 293, 294

Indians/First Nations

Full participation in economy and society

Budget initiatives, urban areas, 295

Internet

Services

High speed, 291-92, 296

Use, rural, 291

Labour Relations Board

Adjudication, government managerial positions unionized, 458-59, 769

Mining industry

Exploration, northern Saskatchewan

Tax credits, 294

Subsurface geological research and mapping

Funding

Staffing, 293

Municipalities

Funding, 295

Oil industry

CO2 enhanced oil recovery

Incentives, 294

Wells

Reclaimed, 293

Professionals, regulated

Incorporation, 294

Provincial sales tax

Reduced, 293

Public service

Managerial positions unionized, 1402, 2098

Numbers, increase, 293

Benefits, 293

Negotiations, SGEU strike vote, 2099

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1089-95

Regina Food Security Project (RFSP)

Member's statement, 201

Regina Transition House

Staff, board, volunteers, congratulations, member's statement, 1911

Royal Saskatchewan Museum, Regina

Staffing, 293

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Funding, increase, 295

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 45)

First reading, 1403

Second reading, 1496-97

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2122-23

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 291

Internet access, 293

Programs

Community and First Nations involvement, 293

Small business

Tax reduction, 294

Social assistance

Dependence, reduction, 295

Sodium sulphate industry

Capital incentive, 294

Taxation

Competitive, 292

Harmonization, removal, 292-93

Women

Entrepreneurs

Employment Insurance, maternity leave benefits, 2318-19

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Honorary Woman of Distinction award, Dr. Lynda Haverstock, member's statement, 928

Regina, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 928

 

 

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D'Autremont, Mr. Dan (Saskatchewan Party, Cannington)

Aircraft

Government, use by cabinet ministers for political purposes, 1135-37

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1659, 1773, 1833, 1861, 1908, 2091

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

Second reading, 1498-99

Births

Heppner, Dillon, April 19, 2001, grandson, Rosthern member, Ben Heppner, member's statement, 642

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 351-53, 363-66

Business

Government as regulator, 364

Taxation, 364

Class Actions Act (No. 13)

Second reading, 747

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 629-30

Public meeting, discussion of report, Redvers, member's statement, 764-65

Confidence, government, 2199-2220

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont ), 15

Credit Union Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 15)

Second reading, 1023-24

Crown Corporations Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont ), 16

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Investments, non-disclosure in exchange for world trip, 992

Investments, non-disclosure in exchange for world trip, allegations by member, 994-96

Economic policy, 352

Economy

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), strategic plan, ministerial statement (Lautermilch), 1638-39

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2294-95

Elections

Costs, member's statement, 515

Employment

Loss, 352, 364

Energy

Conservation and ethanol production, ministerial statement (Calvert), 1282

Farm safety net, 365

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2207-8

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2287-88

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 364

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

Second reading, 1027-29

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2112

French language, 5

Gasoline

Prices, increase, 365

Government

Deficit, 364

Government expenditures

Debt, 352

Health care

Centres

Redvers, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 762, 783, 836, 868, 952, 984, 1012, 1098, 1130, 1155-56, 1241, 1273, 1306-7, 1336, 1394, 1425, 1454, 1483, 1565, 1597-98, 1629, 1742, 2189, 2224, 2251, 2309, 2347, 2389

Deterioration, 365

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Advertising, Edmonton MRI, member's statement, 2006-7

Standing Committee on Health Care, appoint and empower, M. (Nilson), 1173-75

Standing Committee on Health Care, appointment of members, M. (Lautermilch), 1253-54

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1971-74

Highways and roads

Gravel surface, 365

Thin membrane surface, 365

Highways and Transportation Department

Employees, additional, 364-65

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Second reading, 1702

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (No. 202)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 492

Hospital waiting lists, 364

Income tax, 352, 364

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 51)

Second reading, 1700-1702

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1673-75

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1790-92, 1794

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

Second reading, 1618-19

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment

July 6, 2001, M. (Lautermilch), 2417-18

Move to Bill No. 203, Whistleblower Protection Act, M. (D'Autremont), 1465

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 2017-19

Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2001 (No. 55)

Second reading, 1695-96

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 476

Natural gas

Rate increase, 365

Nominating Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont ), 15

Points of order

Comments non-procedural, strike from record, 1022

Members

"Phony hypocrite," apologize and withdraw remarks, 1492

Accusations offensive and slanderous, 1464

Motions (under Rule 46)

Entering into debate, 1022

Motions, Government

Assembly instructs the Committee of Finance to reconsider supply resolution for Dept. of Economic and Co-operative Development, re-vote, out of order, 2262-64

Table letter from which quotes made in question period, 1695

Political Contributions Tax Credit Act (No. 57)

Second reading, 1872-73

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1991-92

Population

Decline, 352

Out-migration, 364

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2307-8

Privilege

Breach of law, accusation, 95

Bribery of Member by Crown Investments Corporation, 845

Property tax

Increase, 364, 365

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 8)

Second reading, 523-24

Public service

Numbers, increase, 352, 365

Public Trustee Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1608-9

Public Trustee Consequential Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1609

Rules and Procedures Committee

Report, second, for concurrence, M. (Thomson), 2311-12

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 23)

Second reading, 1114-17

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 502-3

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 45)

Second reading, 1497-98

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2123

Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (Treaty Land Entitlement) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1289-90

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Rates

Increase, 365

Saskatchewan Property Rights Act (No. 208)

First reading, 363

Speaker

Deputy Speaker, Lindy Kasperski, election, 15

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 7)

Second reading, 885-86

Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1465

Theatre

Act One Productions, Alida, How the West was Fun, member's statement, 200-201

Tributes

Mack, Yvonne, Legislative Library employee, 658

Water Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 12)

Second reading, 1286

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski); questions and comments, 1149

 

Draude, Ms. June (Saskatchewan Party, Kelvington-Wadena)

Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance program (AIDA), 318

Agriculture

Crisis, 318

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 197, 389, 423, 451, 479, 511, 541, 565, 593, 639, 701, 735, 761, 835, 867, 899, 925, 951, 1071, 1185, 1597, 1773, 1803, 1861, 1977, 2251

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 315-18

Business

Hardware, family, Wadena, closure, member's statement, 2254

Canada Farm Income Program (CFIP), 318

Children

Early childhood development program, implementation, M. (Prebble), 1009

National Missing Children's Day, May 25, 2001, member's statement, 1309

Commission on Medicare

Hospitals, closure, effect, 643

Dietitians Act (No. 5)

Second reading, 1121-22

Education

Changing, Role of the School Task Force, 317

Changing, Role of the School Task Force, final report, ministerial statement (Melenchuk), 206

Funding, 316

Graduation

High school, member's statement, 2196

World Catholic Education Day, May 24, 2001, member's statement, 1284-85

Education Amdt. Act (No. 54)

Second reading, 1932

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2077-78

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 534-39, 1234-38, 1622-28, 1899-1904, 2291-94

Elections

Promises, Liberal, 1916-17

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 914-16

Families

Father's Day, June 17, 2001, member's statement, 1837

Farm safety net, 318

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

Second reading, 965-66

Grain

North East Terminal, member's statement, 426

Health care

Centres

Kelvington, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 1833, 1907, 2003, 2061, 2091, 2189, 2223, 2347

Wadena, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 983, 1011, 1041, 1097, 1217, 1241, 1273, 1305, 1335, 1393, 1425, 1483, 1511, 1565, 1629, 1685, 1741, 2309

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1353-54

Fetal alcohol syndrome, 316

Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effect, prevention and elimination M. (Draude), 1919-21

Funding, 317

Highways and roads

Funding, 317

Honours and awards

Governor General's Caring Canadian Award, Doris Dewhurst, Archerwill, member's statement, 1428-29

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1070

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1789

Mental health

Mental Health Week, 50th anniversary, May 7-13, 2001, member's statement, 1045

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1296-97, 2057-59

Municipalities

Infrastructure, 318

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1518

Property

Reassessment, 2001

Kelvington-Wadena constituency, member's statement, 902

Property tax

Education tax

Increase, Saskatoon, 743-44

Rural municipalities, increase, 2066-67

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 848-49

Public service

Numbers, increase, 315-16

Purslane

Super D Master pill, Natural Plantation Inc., Elsie Belcheff, developer, member's statement, 455

Rural economy

National survey, Spalding and Wood River, participants, member's statement, 1633

Revitalization, 318

Rural Revitalization Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2243-44

Saskatchewan Research Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1896-99

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

agdealer.com

Competition with FamilyFarmers.com, 1223-24

Saskatoon Open Door Society

Anniversary, 20th, apologies for insensitive remarks by MLA, member's statement, 357

School divisions

Funding, 316-17

Capital, 316-17

Schools

Enrolment, declining, 12, 317, 574

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 580-81, 1825-27

Sports

Baseball

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Jack Hort, Endeavour, inductee, August 18, 2001 member's statement, 2065

Skydiving

Members' dive, Carrot River Valley and Kelvington-Wadena, member's statement, 1188

Students

Enrolment, declining, 12

Summer employment, 316

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 41)

Second reading, 1878-79

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2075-76

Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1878

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2074-75

Women

Farm

Off-farm jobs, member's statement, 1776-77

Violence against, member's statement, 953

Women's Secretariat, 318

Conference, If Gender Mattered ... Policy and Strategies to Advance Women's Equality, 2001, member's statement, 109

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 974-81, 2171-75

Writers

Saskatoon Writers' Club, Saskatchewan poetry book, co-editor-in-chief Ethel Sigurdson, member's statement, 259

 

 

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Eagles, Ms. Doreen (Saskatchewan Party, Estevan)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 155-56

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 701, 735, 835, 899, 925, 1335

Credit Union Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 15)

Second reading, 1815

Economy

Forecast, Toronto Dominion Bank, 2396

Employment

Loss, 2395-97, 2397

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 639, 1305-6, 1741

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2379-84

Families

International Day of Families, May 15, 2001, member's statement, 1133

Gambling

Social impact study, 262

Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2001

Toby Henneberg, Saskatchewan representative, Estevan Junior High, member's statement, 928

Health care

Centres

Wadena, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 1393, 1453, 1685

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1329-30

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1728

Music

Estevan and District Music Festival, member's statement, 545

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1518

Population

Out-migration, 2396

Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres

Awareness Week, barbecue by Estevan Diversified Services, member's statement, 1014-15

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 45)

Second reading, 1945

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2122-23

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Gaming agreement, new, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 2257-58

Internal audit, misappropriation of monies, 1913-14

Payee list, release to public, 2010

Political donations, 87

Political donations, recovery, 1840-41

Revenue, misspent, recovery, 113

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Allegations of impropriety

Report, Justice Wakeling, 1913

Annual report, 1999-2000, tabled late, 1606

Firing

Joe Dosenberger, ruling, Justice Larry Kyle, 1914-15

Training course, leadership, 2009-10

Social Services Department

Deaths of children in care, increasing, Children's Advocate review, 1161-62

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 583-84

Special care homes

Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, maintain services, petitions, 867, 1071, 1097

Sports

Hockey

Estevan Bruins, Celebrity Sports Dinner, May 26, 2001, member's statement, 1340-41

Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1610

Tobacco

World No Tobacco Day, May 31, 2001, member's statement, 1457

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Second reading, 1784-85

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2273

Tobacco Control Committee

Bakken

Final report, 390

Training programs

Skills Canada competition, national, Edmonton, June 1-2, 2001, Estevan Comprehensive High School, medal winners, member's statement, 1567

Utilities

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 730-32

Women's Secretariat

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1473-76

 

Elhard, Mr. Wayne (Saskatchewan Party, Cypress Hills)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 159-65, 174-77

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1509

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 7, 47, 81, 107, 167, 197, 277, 321, 389, 423, 451, 511, 541, 983, 1011, 1041, 1071, 1097, 1129, 1155

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2047-49

Commercial Liens Act (No. 28)

Second reading, 1816

Commission on Medicare

Hospitals, closure, remaining services available, Cypress Hills, 643

Crown Corporations Disclosure Act (No. 216)

First reading, 845

Farm machinery industry

Expansion, Honey Bee Manufacturing Ltd., Frontier, member's statement, 1159

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

Second reading, 1260-62

Grain

Elevators

Southwest Saskatchewan, two, new ownership, member's statement, 2006

South West Terminal, member's statement, 1776

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1363-65

Highways and roads

Canada's worst highway contest, Canadian Taxpayers Federation, instigators, member's statement, 1310-11

Construction and maintenance, 110-11

Funding, 110

Gravel, reverting to, 111

Truck routes, alternate, 111

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 944, 947-50, 1443-46, 1448-49, 1883-94

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Second reading, 1702-6

Hospitals

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, petitions, 867, 951

International Bible College Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 301)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1150

Kinette clubs

Eastend Kinette Club, anniversary, 40th, member's statement, 544

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1818-20

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 47)

Second reading, 1986-89

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 471-75

Music

Frenchman River Valley Gospel Music Jamboree, 10th anniversary, member's statement, 1912-13

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1517

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1555-58

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 810-12

Postmarks

Scotty T. Rex postmark, ceremony, T-rex Discovery Centre, Eastend, member's statement, 453

Railway Amdt. Act, 2004 (No. 52)

Second reading, 1939-42, 2070-73

Recycling industry

Maple Creek and District Opportunities Incorporated, eco-environment centre and expanded paper recycling depot, grand opening, member's statement, 1513

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman), 497-98

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 503, 504

Rural Revitalization Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1450-52

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

agdealer.com

Assist rural Saskatchewan, 1103

Due diligence, 1103

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1232-34

Sports

Baseball

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Lucien Chabot, inductee, August 18, 2001, member's statement, 1220

Curling

Provincial Junior Juvenile Curling Championship, March 16-21, host, Burstall, member's statement, 109

Southwest Athletic Conference District Curling Title, Cabri, winner, Fox Valley, member's statement, 109

Hockey

Provincial C Championship, Pee Wee Greyhounds, Gull Lake, winners, member's statement, 785

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 24)

Second reading, 1110-12

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2041-44

Volunteers

Southwest region, recognition, Margaret Bykevich of Vidora Archeological Society, Bev Dolgopol of Skate Canada, member's statement, 870-71

 

 

G

 

Gantefoer, Mr. Rod (Saskatchewan Party, Melfort-Tisdale)

Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Regina

New equipment for radiation treatment, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1195-96

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1741

Centenarians

Kinne, Doris, 100th birthday congratulations, member's statement, 1134

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 607-9, 612-14

Recommendations

Hospital closures, 518, 546

Physicians/Doctors, salaried, 519

Process for dealing with, 545, 1983

Process for dealing with, all-party committee, mandate, 644

Reduce services, 517

Report

Health care system fragile, 545

Crown corporations

Investment, due diligence guidelines, 933

Investment, due diligence guidelines, ignored, 934

Dietitians Act (No. 5)

Second reading, 1640-41

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2153

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 423, 451, 565, 701, 735, 783, 835, 867, 983, 1011, 1029, 1335, 1393

Food banks

Melfort, construction of new building, member's statement, 929

Health care

Bill of rights and responsibilities, 519

Centres

Regional, 85

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1319-21

Deterioration, 547

Gratitude to all affected citizens, for coping and work done during strike, member's statement, 1835-36

Standing Committee on Health Care, appoint and empower, M. (Nilson), 1169-72

Structure, for benefit of citizens, 518

Health Care Commissioner Act (No. 211)

First reading, 2319

Health care workers

Negotiations

CUPE and Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, 1569

Contract dispute, workload, 1603

CUPE and Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, mediation, 1779-80

Strike settlement, funding, 1838

Workplace issues, 1838

Number, increase, 203

Strike, 1690-92

Essential services delivery during mediation, 1749

Long-term care patients, 1807-8

Patients moved from long-term care facilities, 1778-79

Patients sent out-of-province, 1778

Surgery cancellation, 1778, 1807

Workplace issues, 1808

Strike notice, delivery of health services, 1569, 1602

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1122, 1476-81, 1677-83, 1957-62, 1966-71, 2154-60, 2161-64

Provincial Nursing Council

Funding, projects, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Casual workforce issues, 401

Magnet work environments, 400

Mentor program, nursing students, clinical assignments, 401

Hearing Aid Sales and Services Act (No. 26)

Second reading, 1930

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2149

Honours and awards

Lieutenant Governor's Award for Outstanding Service to Rural Saskatchewan, Gerald Audette, recipient, member's statement, 642-43

Royal Canadian Humane Association, Medal of Bravery, recipient, Tyler Howes, member's statement, 597

Hospital waiting lists, 84, 742

Saskatoon, 742

Surgery, 2316

Hospitals

Beds, psychiatric

Closures, 172

Closures, 2316

Melfort

Expanded, renovated, official opening, member's statement, 1100

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 33)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2125

Long-term care

New facility to replace Parkland Care Centre, announcement, member's statement, 1100

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1517-18

Nurses

Numbers, decrease, 203-4

Shortage, 83-84

Training, recruitment, and retention, 114

Physicians/Doctors

Loss of, 546

Psychiatrists, loss, Regina Health District, 457-58, 708-9

Population

Forecast

Planning for Saskatchewan's Future, 12-13

Psychiatric nurses

Shortage, 171-72

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 4)

Second reading, 1120-21

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2150-52

Royal Canadian Legion

Melfort Branch No. 30, 75th anniversary, 2001, member's statement, 1486

Scholarships

Canada Millennium Foundation, Excellence Award, Kimberly Holmgren, Kinistino High School, member's statement, 2313

Sports

Baseball

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Dub Henderson, Mayor of Melfort, inductee, August 18, 2001 member's statement, 1227

Hockey

Western Canadian Bantam hockey tournament, Melfort, member's statement, 426

Judo

Junior National Judo Championships, bronze medallist, Frazer Will, formerly of Star City, member's statement, 1429

Skating

Senior Ladies National Skating Championship, silver medal, Nicole Watt, Melfort, member's statement, 82

Track and field

High school championships, cross-country championships, Amber McGowen, winner, member's statement, 1806

Wrestling

Provincial high school meet, March 23-24, 2001, Theresa Lynn, Melfort, bronze medal, member's statement, 324

St. Thomas More College Act, 2001 (No. 306)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1151-52

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Second reading, 2100-2104

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2268-70, 2273-79

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Funding, 172-73

Loss of, 546

Water quality

Unsafe

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, 957, 958

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, boil-water advisory, 958

Wedding anniversaries

60th, Keith and Linda Jackson, Kinistino, member's statement, 2094

70th, Gordon and Edith Taylor, Melfort, member's statement, 1221

 

Goulet, Hon. Keith (NDP, Cumberland; Minister of Northern Affairs)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 91-96

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 299

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 299-304, 305-7

Centenary Capital Fund

Northern Saskatchewan, 301

CommunityNet, 302

Crown corporations

Partnerships, 306

Education

Funding, 302

Northern Saskatchewan, 300

Employment development

Interprovincial Association on Native Employment, conference, May 30, 2001, member's statement, 1428

Forest industry

Forestry Sector Memorandum of Understanding, member's statement, 2007

Health care

Diabetes, 301

Emergency services

First responders, Piapot First Nations and Sandy Bay, member's statement, 168

Fetal alcohol syndrome, 301

Funding, 301

Highways and roads

Funding, 302

Income tax

Reduction, 300

Indians/First Nations

Full participation in economy and society, 306

Budget initiatives, urban areas, 306

Land claims, 306

Métis Act

Additions, improvements, 2010-11

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 2014-15

Mining industry

Exploration, northern Saskatchewan

Tax credits, 303

Subsurface geological research and mapping

Funding, 303

Natural gas

Line development, First Nations, 306

Northern Affairs Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1038-40, 1852-59

Northern communities

Infrastructure development, water and sewer, 301

Provincial sales tax

Reduced, 300

Respect for persons, 305

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Regina

Powwow, 23rd annual, member's statement, 454

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Installations to First Nations, 306

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 300, 302

High schools, 300

Small business

Tax reduction, 300

Social development

Economic development, role, 300

Sports

Curling

National Aboriginal Curling Championships, 9th, Saskatoon, April 12-16, 2001, member's statement, 543

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski), 1145-47

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski); questions and comments, 1149

 

 

H

 

 

Hagel, Hon. Glenn (NDP, Moose Jaw North; Minister of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training)

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission

Training, Indians/First Nations, expansion, 436

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 434-36

Children

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 480, 566, 1908, 2092

Commercial Liens Act (No. 28)

Third reading, 1997

Education

Distance learning

Saskatchewan Communications Network, use in rural and northern colleges, 436

Funding, 435

Education, post-secondary

Funding, 435

Capital, 435

Information technology, 436

Northern health science access program, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1985

Scholarships, 435

Virtual campus, Web-based, 436

Estimates Committee

Legislative Assembly estimates, main and supplementary; Provincial Auditor, estimates; Chief Electoral Officer, estimates; Information and Privacy Commissioner, estimates; Ombudsman and Children's Advocate, estimates; Conflict of Interest Commissioner, estimates; Supplementary estimates, referral, M. (Hagel), 1095

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2208-11

Income tax

Debt reduction surtax

Elimination, 434

Flat tax

Elimination, 434

Provincial tax credits, increases

Post-secondary education, 435

Surtaxes, elimination, 434

Indians/First Nations

Training programs, 436

Information technology

Rapid promotion, M. (Thomson), 510

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2001, member's statement, 763-64

Legislative Assembly

Employees, long service awards, congratulations, member's statement, 2093

Proceedings broadcast on Internet, M. (Hagel), 1095

Points of order

Comments non-procedural, strike from record, 1022

Members

Cannot reflect upon any vote (decision) of the Assembly, 506

Motions, Government

Committees of the Assembly are subjected to the Assembly's orders, 2264

Political Contributions Tax Credit Act (No. 57)

Third reading, 1996

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 685-95, 807-13, 1709-15, 2299-2308

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

Third reading, 1996

Public service

Numbers, increase, itemized, 434-35

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Funding, information technology, 436

Securities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2)

Third reading, 1996

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1823-24

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 38)

Third reading, 1997

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 37)

Third reading, 1997

Student Assistance and Student Aid Fund Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 29)

First reading, 1080

Second reading, 1196

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2119-21

Third reading, 2131

Student loans, 435-36

Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program agreement, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1917-18

Students

Income support, 435

Technology

Investment, 435

Tributes

Mack, Yvonne, Legislative Library employee, 657-58

Universities

Funding, including tuition, 1249-50

University of Saskatchewan

Funding

Capital, 843

 

Hamilton, Hon. Doreen (NDP, Regina Wascana Plains; Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation; Minister Responsible for the Status of Women)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 127-34

Aircraft

Government, use by cabinet ministers, policy, 1135-36

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 332, 339

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 318-19, 332-39

Children

Action Plan for Children, 335

Early development programs, 335

Commission on Medicare, 336

Education

SchoolPLUS: a Vision for Children and Youth, 335

Family Service Regina

Annual general meeting and 70th anniversary luncheon, June 20, 2001, member's statement, 2064

Firefighters

Volunteer Firefighters Association, training symposium, Balgonie, member's statement, 359

Gasoline

Tax, for use on highways and roads, 335

Government

Fiscal responsibility, 332

Values, co-operation, partnership, 332

Vision, 337

Health districts

Equipment purchases, 336

Honours and awards

Prime Minister's Award for Excellence in Teaching, Connie Buchanan, White City School, recipient, member's statement, 1159-60

Income tax

Indexing, 334

Provincial tax credits, increases

Caregivers, 334

Disabled and handicapped persons, 334

Post-secondary education, 334

Indians/First Nations

Education

Funding, 336

Professionals, regulated

Incorporation, 334

Public service, 337-38

Numbers, increase

Benefits, 337

Regional colleges

Funding, 336

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Gaming agreement, new, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 2257-58

Internal audit, misappropriation of monies, 1914

Revenue, misspent, recovery, 113-14

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Funding, 336

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Allegations of impropriety

Investigation, Justice Wakeling, 1312, 1430, 1868-70

Investigation, Justice Wakeling, terms of reference, 1430, 1459, 1809

Ministerial trip, northern Saskatchewan, Conflict of Interest Commissioner, review, 1430

Ministerial trip, northern Saskatchewan, Conflict of Interest Commissioner, terms of reference, 1809

Report, Justice Wakeling, 1809, 1840, 1913

Annual report, 1999-2000, tabled late, 1606

Conflict of interest allegations, 1311-13

Conflict of interest allegations, firing of employee, 1313

Conflict of interest guidelines, 2095-96, 2147-48

Firing

Bonnie Swan, 1342-44

Joe Dosenberger and Bonnie Swan, personnel issue and management responsibility, 1341

Joe Dosenberger, personnel issue and management responsibility, 1246-49

Joe Dosenberger, ruling, Justice Larry Kyle, 1866-68, 1914-15

Harassment issues, Bonnie Swan, independent investigation by Tim Coral, 1341-42

Investigation of Dutch Lerat, CEO, Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority, minister's awareness, 1280-81, 1749-50

Liquor franchises, awarding, 1430-32

Training course, leadership, 2009-10

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 756-60, 1384-88

Small business

Tax reduction, 333, 334

Tartan Day

Recognition, April 6, 2001, member's statement, 426

Taxation

Competitive, 334

Federal system, de-linking, 333

Historical review, 1992-2000, 332-35

Simple, fair system, 334

Theatre

Tumbleweed Community Theatre, Balgonie, Looking Back and Stepping Forward, member's statement, 765

Women's Secretariat, 337

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 974-81, 1473-76, 2171-76

 

Harpauer, Ms. Donna (Saskatchewan Party, Watrous)

Agricultural Income Disaster Assistance program (AIDA)

Payments, low average for Saskatchewan, member's statement, 200

Agriculture

Funding, 370

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1503-7

Alberta

Contrast, 372-73

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 952, 984, 1012, 1042, 1742-43

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

Second reading, 1198-99

Canadian Armed Forces

Snowbirds

Deputy Crew Chief, ground crew, Master Corporal Mark Gegner, member's statement, 515

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 2001 (Foreign Investments) (No. 225)

First reading, 2319

Education

Funding, 370

Estimates Committee

Second report, M. (Harpauer) for concurrence, 1274

Ethanol production

International Fuel Ethanol Workshop and Trade Show, Minnesota, member's statement, 2142

Farm families

Government programs, 52-53

Farm income

Crisis

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 36-38

Farm machinery industry

Dealers, Westby Tractor and Equipment, Watrous, award, John Deere Performance Excellence Dealership, member's statement, 229

Farm safety net, 371

Farm Support Review Committee, 371

Farm Support Review Committee, development, recommendations, 52-53

Long-term, 52-53

Farmland

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 372

Gross revenue insurance program (GRIP), 371

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1326-29

Funding, 370

Health care workers

Shortages, 664

Highways and roads

Funding, 370

Highway No. 15

Potholes, 373

Highway No. 20

Potholes, 373

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1725

Hospital waiting lists, 372

Hospitals

Closures

Lanigan, June to September, 2001, 663-64

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc., alternative arrangements, 708

Closures, possible, Lanigan, 791-92

Closures, possible, Watrous, 373

Lanigan

Nursing shortage, 708, 792

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1198

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1517

Population

Out-migration, 372

Stagnant, 372

Property tax

Increase, 373

Public service

National Public Service Week, June 10-15, 2001, member's statement, 1688

Numbers, increase, 372, 373

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1089-95

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Rates

Rebate, 371

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2178-79, 2180

Women

Entrepreneurs

Employment Insurance, maternity leave benefits, 2318-19

 

Harper, Mr. Ron (NDP, Regina Northeast)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 156-59

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, member's statement, 274

Co-operatives

Consumers' Co-operative Refinery, member's statement, 81

Economy

Growth

Regina, member's statement, 49

Forest industry

Softwood lumber, stop proposed American trade sanctions, M. (Higgins); amdt. (Wakefield), 859-61

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1122-26

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Member's statement, 1014, 1308-9

New projects, member's statement, 1806

Twenty improvement projects, member's statement, 1458

Funding by government, petitions, 1071, 1097, 1185, 1217, 1305, 1393, 1425, 1453-54, 1483-84, 1659, 1803, 2223, 2251

Highways No. 1, No. 5

Construction and maintenance, member's statement, 2254

Labour force

Mayworks celebrations, Regina, April 28 - May 5, 2001, member's statement, 838

Music

Regina Ladies' Choir, Saskatchewan representatives at Canada Day celebrations, Parliament Hill, Ottawa, 2001, member's statement, 1220

Natural gas

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates), 1579-81

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 855

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth); questions and comments, 856

Pulses

Pulse processing plant, Chaplin, member's statement, 569

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Medical reports, payment, member's statement, 2143

School boards

Regina

Reduction in mill rate, member's statement, 870

School divisions

Grants, operating (foundation grant), petitions, 1041, 1335, 1511, 1630

Speaker

Deputy Speaker, Graham Addley, election, 994

Sports

Baseball

Canadian National Old-timers Federation, 9th annual tournament, August 2-6, 2001, Regina Ghosts, hosts, member's statement, 2393

Tourism

Information, interactive, Global Kiosk Systems, success, member's statement, 426

 

Hart, Mr. Glen (Saskatchewan Party, Last Mountain-Touchwood)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 188-92

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 941-43

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 47, 355, 423, 512, 542, 566, 593, 639-40, 659-60, 736, 762, 784, 836, 900, 926, 984, 1130, 1155, 1217, 1242, 1337, 1454, 1566, 1630, 1659, 1685-86, 1743, 1907, 2091, 2190, 2310

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 630-31

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1207-9, 1212-15

Education, post-secondary

Graduates

Convocation and graduation, congratulations, member's statement, 1276

Northern health science access program, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1985

Farm income

Crisis

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 43-45

Farm machinery industry

Dealership, D R Sales & Service, Dysart, fire, member's statement, 1567-68

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1351-53

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 944-47, 2242

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 750-52, 2341-42

Long-term care

Golden Acres, Wynyard, official opening, member's statement, 1689

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1292-94, 1733-40, 2052-57

Planning and Development Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 6)

Second reading, 1815

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 685-95, 807-10, 1709-15, 2299-2307

Rural Revitalization Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2243

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 919-20, 1827-28

Sports

Hockey

Men's Senior A Hockey Championship

Final, Raymore Rockets and Cupar Canucks, member's statement, 82

Winners, Raymore Rockets, member's statement, 274

Shore Recreational Park, Cupar, named in honour of Eddie Shore, National Hockey League player and Hall of Fame, member's statement, 2093

Student Assistance and Student Aid Fund Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1648-50

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2119-21

Student loans

Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program agreement, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1918

Students

Exchange programs, Charlesbourg, Quebec and Strasbourg, member's statement, 740

Out-migration on completion of education, member's statement, 1777

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, Kingston, Ontario, Thomas Kerluke, Elfros, honourable mention, member's statement, 1805

Universities

Funding, including tuition, 1250

University of Regina

Tuition fees, increase, 1249

University of Saskatchewan

Funding

Government operating grants, insufficient, 843-44

Tuition fees, increase, 843

 

Heppner, Mr. Ben (Saskatchewan Party, Rosthern)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 248-52

Administrative Professionals Day, April 25, 2001

Member's statement, 738

Breweries

Molson Brewery, Regina, closure, May 9, 2001, member's statement, 1015-16

Class Actions Act (No. 13)

Second reading, 883-85

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2168-69

Commercial Liens Act (No. 28)

Second reading, 1612-15

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1995-96

Credit Union Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 15)

Second reading, 1646-48

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2086-87

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Investments, non-disclosure in exchange for world trip, allegations by member, 996-97

Election Amdt. Act, 2001 (Financial Disclosure) (No. 228)

First reading, 1842

Environment and Resource Management Department

Minister, resignation request, 1080

Water quality issues, role in, 1077

Free-fall laboratory

Proposed, member's statement, 275

Grain

Elevators

Closure, Rosthern, resulting stress on highways, member's statement, 514

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1374-76

Emergency services

Patient waiting times, 1460-61

Highways and roads

Safety concerns, member's statement, 49-50

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1717-19

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 551-56, 557-59, 2001

Justice System Review Act (No. 204)

First reading, 668

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1437-39

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) project

Fees for customers, 874

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 49)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2125-26

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1619-21

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2126

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

Second reading, 1440-42

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2126

Legislative Assembly

Proceedings, member's statement, 168-69

Legislative Assembly members

Members of the Legislative Assembly, government employees, impartiality and co-operation in police investigations M. (Heppner); amdt. (Yates), 1403-5

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 48)

Second reading, 1877

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 47)

Second reading, 1876-77

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2279-80

Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2001 (No. 55)

Second reading, 1873-74

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2088-89

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1551-54

Partnership Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 1)

Second reading, 794-96

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2086

Police Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 43)

Second reading, 1874-75

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2127

Police services

National Police Week, May 11-16, 2001, member's statement, 1100-1101

Reduction, 742-43

Special constables, appointment and responsibilities, 1246

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

Second reading, 796-97

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1994-95

Public Trustee Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1877

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2127-28

Public Trustee Consequential Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1877

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2128-29

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1871

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2087-88

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Allegations of impropriety, 1868-69

Investigation, Justice Wakeling, 1430

Investigation, Justice Wakeling, terms of reference, 1430, 1459, 1808

Ministerial trip, northern Saskatchewan, 1398-99

Ministerial trip, northern Saskatchewan, Conflict of Interest Commissioner, terms of reference, 1808

Report, Justice Wakeling, 1839-40

Appointment and firing of Joe Dosenberger, 1246-49, 1277-80

Conflict of interest allegations, 1311-13

Conflict of interest allegations, firing of employee, 1313

Conflict of interest guidelines, 2095-96, 2147-48

Departmental personnel matters, ministerial involvement, 1400-1401

Firing

Bonnie Swan, 1342-44

Joe Dosenberger and Bonnie Swan, allegations, 1341, 1400

Joe Dosenberger, ruling, Justice Larry Kyle, 1866-68

Harassment issues, Bonnie Swan, independent investigation by Tim Coral, 1341-42

Investigation of Dutch Lerat, CEO, Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority, minister's awareness, 1280-81, 1749-50

Liquor franchises, awarding, 1430-32

Ministerial trips, 1400

Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (Treaty Land Entitlement) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1879

Securities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2)

Second reading, 880-83

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1992-93

Special care homes

Mennonite Youth Farm, Rosthern, senior care home, opening of renovations, member's statement, 662

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 38)

Second reading, 1876

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1996

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1875

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1996

Water quality

Unsafe

Cabinet reports, 1077-78

Whistle-blower protection legislation, 54-55, 1246, 1459-60

Whistleblower Protection Act (No. 203)

First reading, 1250

 

Hermanson, Mr. Elwin (Saskatchewan Party, Rosetown-Biggar; Leader of the Opposition)

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Final report, M. (Prebble) for concurrence, 2194

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 24-28, 55-61

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 511, 867, 899, 1097, 1129, 1155, 1185, 1273, 1741

Balanced Budget Act (No. 212)

First reading, 431

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 441-44

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 620-22

Recommendations

Hire additional managers, 516

Hospital bed closures, 516

Hospital closures, 516

Process for dealing with, 516

Condolences

Maher, Hugh James (former MLA), M. (Calvert), 2263

Confidence, government, 2198-99

Crown corporations

Accountability, 873

Competition with private sector, 1222-23

Management, 872

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Business plans, concerns, 873

Former minister, Janice MacKinnon, resignation, 903-5

Investments, non-disclosure in exchange for world trip, 840-41

Economy

Confidence

Low, general population, 741

Forecast, Toronto Dominion Bank, 2394

Performance, weakest in Canada, Globe and Mail report, 570

Slump, 1693

Elections, 2411

Promises, 327

Employment

Growth, projection, 1635-36

Loss, 10, 277, 278, 427-28, 441, 1692, 2393-94

Employment development

Lack of, 427-28

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 541, 565, 593, 659, 701, 735, 761, 783, 835, 925, 951, 1011, 1803

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2355-76, 2405-13

Families

Taxes

Reduction, 202

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2211-16

Four-year Taxation Plan Act (No. 227)

First reading, 2319

Gambling industry

Problems, 1870

Government

Non-confidence, issues, 1746-47

Vision, 13

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1379-83

Deterioration, 442

Management, 2315-16

Health care workers

Loss of, 2315

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1720-22

Hospital waiting lists, 442

Surgery, 2350-51

Saskatoon, 2314

Hospitals

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, petitions, 1217-18

Housing

Starts, down, 570

Income tax

Reduction, 230

Labour Standards Act

Greenhouse proprietors and employees, needs, petitions, 2003, 2189, 2223

Legislative Assembly

Member for Saskatoon Idylwyld, recognition, member's statement, 2414-15

Motions (under Rule 46)

Water quality, infrastructure program, national, M. (Hermanson), 1021-22, 1051-52

Municipalities

Infrastructure

Problems, 441

Revenue-sharing grants, 442

Natural gas

Rate increase, 706

Impact, 1515

Poetry

Who is the Unknown Soldier, Leah McDonald, winner, Veterans Affairs Canada writing contest, member's statement, 738-39

Politics/politicians

New perspectives, member's statement, 1632

Population

Decline, 395-96, 429, 441

Forecast, 13

Out-migration, 10, 396, 427

Property tax

Increase, 277, 443

Provincial sales tax

Expanded, 230, 443

Reduced, 260

Public service

Numbers, increase, 276-78, 442, 443

Recall of Members of the Legislative Assembly Act (No. 213)

First reading, 330

Retail trade

Growth, low, 570

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Police officers

Additional, 327-28

Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce

Report, Action Saskatchewan: a Blueprint for 2005, government role in rebuilding economy, 1222

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Annual report, 1999-2000, tabled late, 1607

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Rates

Increase, 706

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

agdealer.com

Competition with Western Producer, 1191-92

Competition with Saskatchewan business, 1191-92

Schools

Enrolment, declining, 441

Sexual offenders

Registry, 1134-35

Small business

Deterrents

Taxes, 170-71

Taxation

Reduction, 170-71, 202, 230

Relief, families, 259-60

Tax base diminishing, 442

Utilities

Rates, increase, 201-2, 230, 260, 442

Rebates, 707

Water

Treatment

Provincial review, 1017

Water quality

Assessment, monitoring, and protection programming, 1046

Infrastructure program, national, 1016-17

Infrastructure program, national, M. (Hermanson), 1021-22, 1051-52

Unsafe, 1047

Boil-water advisories, 988

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, 930-31

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, boil-water advisory, 930-31

North Battleford, 1046

North Battleford, government financial assistance, 988

Public awareness, 1047

 

Higgins, Ms. Debra (NDP, Moose Jaw Wakamow)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 153-55

Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program II (C-SAP II)

Application process, praised, member's statement, 1807

Children

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 480, 565, 1012

Co-operatives

Shaunavon Co-op Association, record sales, 2000, member's statement, 738

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 604-7

Credit unions

Shaunavon, banner year 2000, member's statement, 986

Disabled and handicapped persons

Transportation

Special needs transit vehicle, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 1276-77

Education, post-secondary

Graduates

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, remaining in Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1745

Forest industry

Softwood lumber, stop proposed American trade sanctions, M. (Higgins); amdt. (Wakefield), 857-59

Housing

Senior citizens

Housing project, Shaunavon, member's statement, 200

International Bible College Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 301)

Second reading, 857

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1150

Third reading, 1152

Municipalities

Community spirit, Moose Jaw, compliments from Premier Ralph Klein, member's statement, 1567

Recreational facilities

Prince of Wales Cultural and Recreation Centre, Assiniboia, government funding, member's statement, 662

Physicians/Doctors

Shaunavon, new arrivals, Dr. Ivo Radenski and Dr. Wassefall, member's statement, 229

Poetry

Reading, The Ides (and Odes) of May - a festivity of poetry, the Exchange, Regina, member's statement, 1189-90

Providence Hospital, Moose Jaw Repeal Act (No. 303)

Second reading, 857

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1150-51

Third reading, 1152

Royal family

Prince of Wales, provincial visit, April 26-28, 2001

Thanks to organizers and workers, member's statement, 786

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman), 500-501

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 504

Saskatchewan Communications Network

Anniversary, 10th, recognition, Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, member's statement, 1487

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Palliser campus

Donation to electrical engineering laboratory from SaskPower, member's statement, 544

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1306, 1336, 1454

St. Anthony's Home Repeal Act (No. 305)

Second reading, 857

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1151

Third reading, 1153

Telephones

911 service, expansion, southern Saskatchewan, member's statement, 595-96

Tourism

Tunnels, Moose Jaw, Attractions Canada award, 2001, member's statement, 1340

Value to employment and economic development, M. (Thomson), 1594

Training programs

Skills Canada Saskatchewan competition, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 275-76

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski), 1140-42

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Moose Jaw, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 954

 

Hillson, Mr. Jack (Independent, North Battleford)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 211-14

Ambulance service

Costs, member's statement, 50-51

Fees, standardization, 2231-32

Budget

Balanced by drawing on reserves, 405-6

Previous budgets, first, 1905, review, 405

Sustainability, 407

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 405-8

Business

Junior Achievement of Northern Saskatchewan awards, 2001, Grassroots company, North Battleford, member's statement, 324

Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program

North Battleford, water treatment assistance, 1194

Children

Preschool, speech and language services, funding, petitions, 2189

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 615-17

Recommendations

Process for dealing with, 549

Report

Shelve, 601-2

Sustainable system needed, 549-50

Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada

Commission Chair, Roy Romanow, congratulations, 408

Crown corporations

Debt, increase, 408

Investments, effect on retention of youth, 1314-15

Investments, non-Saskatchewan, 406-7

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Non-Saskatchewan investment, 87-88, 233-34, 398

Education

Funding, 408

Emergency medical services workers

Pay rates, standardization, 2232

Employment

Loss, 1668, 1748

Employment development

Commitment not attained, M. (Wakefield); amdt. (Yates), 1755-58

Farm income

Crisis

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 40-42

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2219-20

Forest fires

Mobile fire suppression service, 407, 907-8

Forest industry

Softwood lumber, stop proposed American trade sanctions, M. (Higgins); amdt. (Wakefield), 864-65

Government expenditures

Debt, 398

Government House, Battleford

Restoration initiative, member's statement, 1427

Restoration, centenary project, petitions, 1659, 1774, 1833, 1861, 2061, 2141

Health care

Facilities

Closure, pending Commission on Medicare report, 233

Funding, 549

Patients, critical, out-of-province surgery, 1811-12

Standing Committee on Health Care, appoint and empower, M. (Nilson), 1172-73

Health Care Committee

Public meetings, member's statement, 2007

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, 406

Funding, 408

Gravel, reverting to, 399, 406

Highway No. 43

Construction and maintenance, Vanguard to Highway No. 4, petitions, 1629, 1741, 2003, 2092, 2223

Truck routes, alternate, 406

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (No. 202)

Second reading, 491

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Dividends, paid to General Revenue Fund, 908

Expansion into commercial high technology, 1748

Investment

Provincial, in Ontario, member's statement, 568

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 33)

Second reading, 1671-73

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan)

Caucus, third party, funding, legislation, 1462-63

Leadership, member's statement, 1865-66

Momentum in provinces, member's statement, 1160

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 1494-95

Municipalities

Needs ignored, 406, 408

Revenue-sharing, 769

Oil industry

Pipeline routes, Alaska and Mackenzie Valley pipelines, 2012

Population

Out-migration

Youth, Canada West Foundation report, 1281

Privilege

Bribery of Member by Crown Investments Corporation, 845-46

Property tax

Increase, 406

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 8)

Second reading, 575-76

Public service

Numbers, increase, 406

Rural Revitalization Office

Mandate, 406

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investment, Ontario, 1637-38

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 406

Speech therapists

Shortage, member's statement, 2227

Tributes

Maher, Jim, MLA for The Battlefords, 1950-1952, member's statement, 1310

University of Saskatchewan

Funding

Government operating grants, insufficient, member's statement, 739

Water

Management and quality, 1193

Treatment plant, North Battleford, financial assistance, petitions, 1155, 1186, 1218, 1274, 1393, 1425, 1455, 1483, 1597, 1685, 1803

Water quality

Unsafe

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, member's statement, 954

North Battleford, government financial assistance, 1050

North Battleford, public inquiry, 1277

Whistle-blower protection legislation, 1462

 

Huyghebaert, Mr. Delwood (Yogi) (Saskatchewan Party, Wood River)

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE), 233

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 116-20

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 939-41

Air Cadet League of Canada

60th anniversary, April 9, 2001, member's statement, 902

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, 433

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1743, 1774, 1803, 1834, 1861, 1977-78

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 419-21, 432-33

Canadian Armed Forces

Snowbirds

Acceptance show for 2001 air show season, member's statement, 786

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 967-74, 1210-11, 1212, 2342-44

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 2004, 2062, 2190, 2224

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 912-14, 918-19

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

Second reading, 1707-9

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1366-67, 1369

Highways and roads

Funding

Regional system, improvement, 432

Highways and Transportation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 53)

Second reading, 1932-33

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2245-47

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2234-38

Honours and awards

Governor General's Medal of Bravery, recipients, Craig Hoisington and Craig Braun, member's statement, 482-83

Kiwanis

Cairn, International Peace Care and Rededication Ceremony, Monchy, member's statement, 1688-89

Legislative Assembly

Conduct in question period, school bus driver's comments, member's statement, 1074-75

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2001 (Set Election Dates) (No. 222)

First reading, 1165

Municipalities

Needs ignored, 419

Revenue-sharing grants, 420

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1559-60

Providence Hospital, Moose Jaw Repeal Act (No. 303)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1150-51

Public service

Numbers, increase, 420-21, 432

Railway Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 52)

Second reading, 2073-74

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2247-49

Royal Canadian Legion

Royal Regina Rifles, recognition and commendation, member's statement, 1600-1601

Rural Revitalization Office, 433

Mandate, 232-33

Saskatchewan Economic Development Corporation, 233

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, 233

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 757-58

Special care homes

Closures, Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, 204, 231-32, 433

Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, concern about possible closure, member's statement, 1160-61

Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, maintain services, petitions, 227, 273, 321, 355, 389, 424, 451, 479, 566, 594, 640, 660, 702, 762, 784, 837, 900, 926, 952, 984, 1042, 1072, 1099, 1130, 1156, 1186, 1218, 1242, 1274, 1307, 1337, 1908

Sports

Bowling

Club 55+ Triples Team National Championships, national finals, Brampton, Ont., June 23-24, 2001, Glentworth team, participants, member's statement, 596

Hockey

Hayley Wickenheiser, homecoming, member's statement, 169

Western Canadian Junior B Championship, Keystone Cup, Maple Ridge, BC, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, competitors, member's statement, 544

Western Canadian Junior B Championship, Keystone Cup, Maple Ridge, BC, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, winners, member's statement, 703-4

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 7)

Second reading, 1621-22

Taxation

Competitive, lack of, 419-20

Increase, rural areas, 420

Telephones

Cellular service

Communities, Wood River constituency, petitions, 1395, 1426, 1455, 1484, 1512, 1566, 1598, 1660, 1686

 

 

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Jones, Ms. Carolyn (NDP, Saskatoon Meewasin)

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Member's statement, 2313-14

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 16-20

Business

International Road Dynamics Inc., technology company, large sale, member's statement, 1310

North Battleford, progress, member's statement, 1980

Co-operatives

Spiritwood and District Co-op, record-breaking year in 2000, member's statement, 1101

Communication Committee

Second report, M. (Jones) for concurrence, 1909

Economy

Growth

Saskatoon, member's statement, 2226

Employment

Numbers, increase, member's statement, 258

Health care

Centres

Unity Health Centre, Carrot River Health Facility, member's statement, 515

International Labour Organization

Convention C.29 Forced Labour, Saskatchewan support for federal ratification, member's statement, 928-29

Labour Standards Act

Parental leave legislation, member's statement, 1836

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1675-76

Libraries

International Special Librarians' Day

Legislative Library, recognition, April 5, 2001, member's statement, 394

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1558-59

Occupational health and safety

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week, May 6-12, 2001, member's statement, 986

Physicians/Doctors

Macklin, new arrivals, member's statement, 357

Unity, new arrival, member's statement, 357

Poverty

Reduction, member's statement, 1632

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 851-52

Saskatchewan Advanced Technology Association

Office, new, Innovation Place, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1159

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Kelsey campus

Facility for heavy equipment mechanics program, official opening, member's statement, 705-6

Saskatchewan Labour Force Development Board

Training for Excellence awards, 2001, member's statement, 1746

Special care homes

Tatagwa View facility, Weyburn, sod turning ceremony, May 11, 2001, member's statement, 1132

Sports

Winter games

Saskatchewan Winter Games, February 17-23, 2002, Humboldt, member's statement, 50

Telecommunications

FiberLINK device, Critical Telecom company, Saskatoon, member's statement, 2196-97

Telephone directories

Abuse Help Line pages, partnership between SaskTel and Provincial Association of Transition Houses of Saskatchewan, member's statement, 953

Trucking industry

Yanke Group of Companies, Saskatoon, employment equity award from Conference Board of Canada, member's statement, 1397

Twine manufacturing industry

Bridon Cordage, Saskatoon, member's statement, 168

Utilities

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 722-24

Women

Battered

Purple Ribbon Awareness Week, May 7-13, 2001, member's statement, 953

Entrepreneurs' Week, May 3-9 2001, member's statement, 901-2

 

Julé, Ms. Arlene (Saskatchewan Party, Humboldt)

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Final report, M. (Prebble) for concurrence, 2193-94

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 89-91

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 273, 355, 389, 451, 479, 511, 735, 761, 835, 925

Army Cadet League of Canada (Saskatchewan)

572 Humboldt Legion Cadet Corps, annual ceremonial review, trophy presentation, member's statement, 1777-78

Casinos

Revenue

First Nations Fund

Expenditure on economic and social development for Aboriginal people, 1637, 1665, 1693-94

Provincial audit, findings, 1636-37, 1664-65

Children

Child Find Saskatchewan Green Ribbon of Hope campaign, 2001, member's statement, 838-39

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 423, 1273

Cities

Status granted, Humboldt, November 7, 2000, member's statement, 257

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 631, 635-37

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1205-7, 1209-10, 1211-12

Film industry

Pioneer Priest, documentary on Constant Jean Baptiste Bourdel, Prud'homme, member's statement, 50

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1350-51

Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effect, prevention and elimination M. (Draude), 1928-29

Health care workers

Shortages, 2317-18

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2164-68

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 58)

Second reading, 2265

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2320-22

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1722-25

Hospital waiting lists

Surgery, 2317

Indians/First Nations

Aboriginal Awareness Week, May 21 - 26, 2001, member's statement, 1244

National Aboriginal Day, June 21, 2001, member's statement, 2005-6

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Aboriginal affairs

Minister, First Nations Party of Saskatchewan, candidate, derogatory remarks towards, 51

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 752-55, 1036-38, 2338-40

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 556, 1997-2000

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 33)

Second reading, 1942-43

Legislative Assembly members

Members of the Legislative Assembly, government employees, impartiality and co-operation in police investigations M. (Heppner); amdt. (Yates), 1405-7

Métis Act

Additions, improvements, 2011

Public consultation, 2010

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 2012-14

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2322-30

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 475

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1728-29, 2051-52

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1545-46

New Democratic Party (Canada)

Dissolution, member's statement, 1602

Parks

Pioneer Park, St. Louis, commemorative plaque, Hector Tremblay, unveiling, June 10, 2001, member's statement, 1806

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, 547-48

Protection, legislation, 547, 2201-2, 2228

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 846-48

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth); questions and comments, 855-57

Saskatoon Preschool Foundation

Educator of Distinction Award, Constable Jocelyn Schriemer, member's statement, 393-94

Schools

Programs

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), grade 6, St. Dominic School, Humboldt, member's statement, 1911

Securities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2)

Second reading, 1617

Sex Offender Registry Act (No. 205)

First reading, 770

Sexual offenders

Registry, 765-66

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1828-31, 2337

Sports

Baseball

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Dennis and Jim Korte, Humboldt area, inductees, August 18, 2001 member's statement, 1457-58

Broomball

National competition, Kitchener, Ont., Bruno Junior Axemen, bronze medalists, member's statement, 482

Provincial competition, Debden, Bruno Midget T-Birds, gold medalists, member's statement, 482

Telephones

Exchanges

Bruno be part of Humboldt, petitions, 593, 639, 659, 701, 1041, 1097, 1185, 1217, 1241, 1305

Theatre

Missoula Children's Theatre, Performing Arts Camp, August 12 - 25, 2001, Nathan Jenkins, Humboldt, participant, member's statement, 1979

Tributes

Spence, Ahab, Dr., Saskatchewan Indian Federated College professor, member's statement, 929

Volunteers

National Volunteer Week, April 22-28, 2001, recognition of Humboldt volunteers, Ed and Isabelle Brockmeyer, member's statement, 663

Women's Secretariat

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2175-76

Woodcarving

Aurele Gareau, recognition, member's statement, 1189

 

Junor, Ms. Judy (NDP, Saskatoon Eastview)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 218-21

Business

New, expanded, nine, member's statement, 1805

Cancer

Cobalt-60 beam therapy unit, inception 1951, national historic event, member's statement, 2313

Children

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 480, 541-42, 1454

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 617-20, 633-34

Discrimination and racism

Living in Harmony awards, 2001, Saskatoon Race Relations Committee, member's statement, 454

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan, additions, 2001, member's statement, 765

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1324-26

Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effect, prevention and elimination M. (Draude), 1922-23

Hemochromatosis Awareness Week, May 25 - 31, 2001, member's statement, 1429

Macular degeneration, Visudyne treatment, approved, member's statement, 481-82

Health Care Committee

Report, first, M. (Junor) for concurrence, 1566

Use of Legislative Chamber to facilitate televising and Internet streaming of its public hearings, M. (Junor), 1573-74

Health Department

Bursary program, tuition in exchange for rural service, member's statement, 661

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (No. 202)

Second reading, 490

Hospitals

St. Paul's, Saskatoon, Emergency Dept., Granger Campbell Award for Clinical Excellence, member's statement, 1912

Information technology

Rapid promotion, M. (Thomson), 509-10

Mental health

Mental Health Association, Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1075

Nurses

National Nursing Week, May 7-12, 2001, member's statement, 954

Parks

Urban, funding, Centenary Capital Fund, member's statement, 2227-28

Physicians/Doctors

Rural Saskatchewan, new arrivals, member's statement, 1979-80

Psychiatric nurses

Registered Psychiatric Nurses Association awards, May 15, 2001, member's statement, 1245

Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association

Nursing Excellence awards, Saskatoon chapter, May 9, 2001, member's statement, 1044

Saskatoon Open Door Society

Anniversary, 20th, member's statement, 323

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1307

Special Olympic Games

Summer games, June 8 - 10, 2001, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1662-63

Sports

Fencing

Youth male award, finalist, Jean-Pierre Sequin, member's statement, 229

Track and field

Sask Sport Athlete of the Year, 2000, Master Athlete Award, Howard West, member's statement, 229

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski), 1138-40

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski); questions and comments, 1148

Program, member's statement, 82

World Water Day, March 22, 2001, member's statement, 82

Youth

White Buffalo Youth Lodge, Saskatoon, programs for at-risk youth, member's statement, 903

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Saskatoon, 90th anniversary, member's statement, 787

 

 

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Kasperski, Mr. Lindy (NDP, Regina Sherwood)

Administrative Professionals Day, April 25, 2001

Member's statement, 738

Arts and culture

Funding, member's statement, 357

Community associations

Dieppe Community Association, Regina, celebration, International Year of the Volunteer, member's statement, 1745

Credit unions

Canora Credit Union, sod-turning ceremony, May 7, 2001, member's statement, 1160

Francophones

F-te fransaskoise, 22nd, August 3-5, 2001, Willow Bunch, member's statement, 2350

Hotels

Hotels Association of Saskatchewan, annual convention, 70th, member's statement, 201

Internet

Services

High speed, rural, member's statement, 109

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College, Regina

Building launch, April 20, 2001, member's statement, 642

Speaker

Deputy Speaker, Lindy Kasperski, election, 15

Sports

Hockey

Memorial Cup 2001, Regina, congratulations, member's statement, 1339

Memorial Cup 2001, Regina, member's statement, 1220

Students

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, Kingston, Ontario, Amber Lee Fay, Foam Lake Composite School, silver medalist, member's statement, 1602

Tourism

Humboldt Sommerfest, Humboldt, August 3-6, 2001, member's statement, 2314

 

Krawetz, Mr. Ken (Saskatchewan Party, Canora-Pelly)

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1741

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 270-71, 281-86

Centenary Capital Fund

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2027-33

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 622-23, 626-27

Condolences

Grant, Gordon Burton (former MLA), M. (Serby), 650

Kowalchuk, John Russell (former MLA), M. (Serby), 655

Semchuk, Martin (former MLA), M. (Serby), 649

Valleau, Delmar Storey (former MLA), M. (Serby), 653

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1815-16

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2023-24

Crown corporations

Debt, increase, 485-86

Economic development, 286

Economy

Forecast, government, 2001-2002, 1980-81

Education

Funding, 281

Education Amdt. Act (No. 54)

Second reading, 1697-98

Employment development

Lack of, 281, 285

Small business, 285

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2377-79, 2403-5

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 888-98, 1175-80, 2284-87

Government

Size, 261

Government Accountability Act (No. 224)

First reading, 2355

Government expenditures

Debt, 487

Health care

Facilities

Closure, 281

Funding, 281-82

Health Transition Fund, 281

Highways and roads

Contractors, 283

Funding, 281, 283

Highway No. 43, 282

Truck routes, alternate, 282

Hog industry

Expansion, Big Sky Farms, Rama area, grand opening, July 4, 2001, member's statement, 2348-49

Hospital waiting lists, 281

Hospitals

Beds, acute care

Closures, 281, 282

Kamsack, ensure services maintained, petitions, 1129, 1335

Income tax

Reduction, 230, 278, 285

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 51)

Second reading, 1933-34

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2024-27

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan)

Caucus, third party, funding, legislation, 1432-34

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 460-70, 476-77, 1434-35

Natural gas

Rate increase, 1190-91

Government relief to customers, 1191

Personal care homes

Non-profit, government provide subsidies, petitions, 2389

Points of order

Members

Accusations offensive and slanderous, 1465-66

Statements referring to Progressive Conservative metro fund, 1466

Population

Decline, 284, 286

Demographics, 283-84

Out-migration, 283

Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 812-13

Property tax

Increase, 281, 286

Liberal position on budget, 361, 362

Provincial Auditor Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 14)

Second reading, 1644-45

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2021-23

Provincial sales tax

Expanded, 230-31, 285

Remission process, extension request, 2229-30

Public service

Numbers, increase, 281

Numbers, increase, Liberal position on budget, 360-61

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 23)

Second reading, 1845-47

Rural Revitalization Office

Funding for staff, 283

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Debt restructuring, 905

Small business

Tax reduction, 284

Student Assistance and Student Aid Fund Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1943-44

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 7)

Second reading, 1082-83

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2019-21

Taxation

Increase, 281

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 41)

Second reading, 1610-12

Theatre

Saskatchewan Drama Association, Region 4, Invermay School award winners, member's statement, 168

Utilities

Rates, increase, 230-31, 278

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 724-25

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski), 1144-45

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski); questions and comments, 1148-49

 

Kwiatkowski, Mr. Carl (Saskatchewan Party, Carrot River Valley)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 223-25, 236-39

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 376-79

Cancer

Cops for Cancer, 2001, fundraiser, Nipawin RCMP detachment, member's statement, 1745

Chronic wasting disease, 397-98

Control measures, 398

Disabled and handicapped persons

National Access Awareness Week, May 27 - June 2, 2001, member's statement, 1339

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 537

Elections

Promises, 378

Environment

Canadian Environment Week, June 3-9, 2001, member's statement, 1514

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 676-78, 681-83, 908-12, 2132, 2134-36, 2139-40

Water quality

Testing, 1048

Testing, informing, regulating communities, 1225-26

Water quality issues, no common government database, 1048

Forest industry

Oriented strand board mill, OSB 2000, Hudson Bay, grand opening, June 29, 2001, member's statement, 2253

Government

Deficit, 377

Fiscal restraint, lack of, 377-78

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1356-58

Métis Act (No. 42)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2331-32

Municipalities

Amalgamation, forced, 378

Needs ignored, 378

Revenue-sharing grants, 378

Music

Prairie Region Cadet Honour Band, concert, Centre of the Arts, Regina, member's statement, 569

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1547-50

North East Health District

Fundraiser for disaster equipment, Lyle Moffat and Mark Ollinger, paramedics, endurance run-and-bike race, member's statement, 1245

Police services

Saskatoon commercial crime section, Supernumerary Special Constable Will Collins sworn in, April 12, 2001, member's statement, 986-87

Political parties

Fundraising, member's statement, 1836-37

Population

Stagnant, 377

Prairie and Forest Fires Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 44)

Second reading, 1929-30

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2129-30

Property tax

Increase, 379

Public service

Numbers, increase, 376-77

Public Trustee Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 35)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2128

Rail transportation/Railways

Short-line spur, Crooked River to Arborfield, Hudson Bay Rail, first run, May 10, 2001, member's statement, 1309

Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (Treaty Land Entitlement) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 34)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2118

Saskatchewan Party

Vision for rebuilding Saskatchewan, party leader, May 23, 2001, member's statement, 1275

Sewage

Effluent excess, discharge, North Saskatchewan River, 955-57, 988-91

Effluent excess, discharge, North Saskatchewan River, reports, 1017-18

Sexual offenders

Adult, resident in Nipawin, concerned community, 1135

Sports

Football

Can-Am Bowl, 5th annual, July 7, 2001, Carrot River, host town, member's statement, 2391-92

Theatre

Saskatchewan Drama Festival, Region 7, March 29-31, 2001, Hudson Bay Composite High School, member's statement, 481

Training programs

Skills Canada competition, national, Edmonton, June 1-2, 2001, L.P. Miller Comprehensive High School, Nipawin, medal winners, member's statement, 1633

Skills Canada Saskatchewan competition, Moose Jaw, L.P. Miller School, Nipawin, medal winners, member's statement, 358

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 24)

Second reading, 1199-1202

Water quality

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, conference, Winnipeg, April 30 - May 1, 2001, 991

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski), 1142-44

Drinking water, strategy, 1048

Infrastructure funding, 1105

Infrastructure funding, low priority, 1105-6

Unsafe

Boil-water advisories, 991

Cabinet reports, 1050, 1076-77, 1079

North Battleford, 955-58

Warnings, 1049, 1076

 

 

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Lautermilch, Hon. Eldon (NDP, Prince Albert Northcote; Minister of Economic and Co-operative Development)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor (Lautermilch), 255

Agriculture Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 236

Aircraft

Government, use by cabinet ministers, policy, 1136-37

Budget (March 30, 2001)

M. (Lautermilch ) to resume debate April 2, 2001, 271

Business

Samuel McLeod Awards, 2000, Prince Albert, member's statement, 643

Commission on Medicare

Commissioner of Medicare support staff to appear before Committee of the Whole, M. (Lautermilch), 591

Commissioner of Medicare to appear before Committee of the Whole, M. (Lautermilch), 521

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 637-38

Recommendations

Process for dealing with, 1984

Process for dealing with, all-party committee, 643-44

Process for dealing with, all-party committee, mandate, 644-45

Committees

Deputy Chair, Ron Harper, appointment, M. (Lautermilch), 1051

Communication Committee

Legislative Library, report, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235

Records retention and disposal, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Condolences

Communication, M. (Lautermilch), 658, 2261

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235, 1051

Continuing Select Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 236, 1051

Crown corporations

Investments, non-Saskatchewan, Liberal support, 1916

Crown Corporations Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235, 1051

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Investments, non-disclosure in exchange for world trip, 992

Investments, non-disclosure in exchange for world trip, allegations by member, 997-1000

Economic and Co-operative Development Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 526-34, 824-33, 1297-1304, 2184-87, 2262

Economy

Confidence, 741, 1019

Diversification, 570, 1692

Gross domestic product (GDP), growth, eight consecutive years, 570

Growth, 571

Incentives, 395, 570

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), strategic plan, 1667

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), strategic plan, ministerial statement (Lautermilch), 1638

Performance, weakest in Canada, Globe and Mail report

Influenced by agricultural crisis, 570

Education Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235

Employment

Growth, March 2000 and March 2001, 427

Loss, agricultural sector, 1666, 1668, 1692, 1748

Employment development, 1019

Finance Committee

Appointment, M. (Lautermilch), 255

Budget (March 30, 2001) M. (Lautermilch ) to resume debate April 2, 2001, 271

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2202-5

Forest industry

Closure, Ainsworth Lumber, 206, 396-97

Development plan, northern Saskatchewan, 205

Investor confidence, 399

Government

Officials, authorization for out-of-province travel, 841

Habitat for Humanity

Prince Albert Habitat for Humanity, government funding, member's statement, 1514-15

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1315-16

Commissioner of Medicare support staff to appear before Committee of the Whole, M. (Lautermilch), 591

Commissioner of Medicare to appear before Committee of the Whole, M. (Lautermilch), 521

Standing Committee on Health Care, appointment of members, M. (Lautermilch), 1251-52

Housing

Senior citizens

Abbeyfield House project, Prince Albert, member's statement, 1015

Infrastructure

Investment, 1019

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment

July 6, 2001, M. (Lautermilch), 2416-17

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 33)

First reading, 1344-45

Second reading, 1670-71

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2125

Legislative Library

Annual report, Communication Committee, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan)

Caucus, third party, funding, legislation, 1432-34, 1462-63

Municipal Law Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 236

Nominating Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235

Non-controversial Bills Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235

Oil industry

Pipeline routes, Alliance Pipeline, 2012

Points of order

Members

Discouraged from referring by name to persons who are not members, 2055-56

Motions (under Rule 46)

Entering into debate, 1022

Statements referring to Progressive Conservative metro fund, 1466

Political Contributions Tax Credit Act (No. 57)

First reading, 1782

Second reading, 1871-72

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1991-92

Population

Increase, decade 1991-2001, 395

Private Members' Bills Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235, 1051

Privileges and Elections Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235, 1051

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, 2228

Provincial Auditor

Reports, Public Accounts Committee, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Public Accounts Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 235

Provincial Auditor's reports, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Public Accounts, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Public service

Numbers, increase, 278-79

Rawlco Communications

Donations, programs, Broadcaster of the Year recipient, Jim Scarrow, Prince Albert, member's statement, 1837

Records retention and disposal

Committee referral (Communication), M. (Lautermilch), 16

Regulations Committee

Professional associations, by-laws, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 16

Rules and Procedures Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 236

Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations

Green Ribbon awards, 2001, member's statement, 483

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Political donations, 87

Political donations, recovery, 1841

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Graduates

Employment in Saskatchewan, 396

Water quality

Infrastructure program, national, rule 46 and debate transcripts to Prime Minister and to opposition party leaders, M. (Lautermilch), 1066

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Prince Albert, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 871-72

 

Lorjé, Hon. Pat (NDP, Saskatoon Southeast; Minister of Aboriginal Affairs; Provincial Secretary)

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 349

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 347-51

Business

Business Builder Awards, North Saskatoon Business Association, 2001, member's statement, 200

Cancer

Month, designation, April, member's statement, 764

Casinos

Revenue

First Nations Fund

Expenditure on economic and social development for Aboriginal people, 1637

Provincial audit, findings, 1637

Provincial audit, government actions, 1636, 1664-65, 1693-94

Centennial 2005

Crown corporation, establishment, 665

Centennial summer student employment program, 348

CommunityNet, 349

Families

Mothers, March of Dimes, member's statement, 1073-74

French language, 5

Government

Financial management, 349

Health care

Saskatoon, ranking, annual health report, Maclean's magazine, member's statement, 1568

High technology

Canadian Light Source synchrotron project, Saskatoon, 348

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

First reading, 174

Second reading, 524-25

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2113-18

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (No. 202)

Second reading, 491-92

Indians/First Nations

Full participation in economy and society, 350

Off-reserve

Strategic development, co-operative, government, 350

Treaty land entitlements, 350

Insurance

Automobile, 348

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Aboriginal affairs

Minister, First Nations Party of Saskatchewan, candidate, derogatory remarks towards, 51

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 752-55, 1030-38, 2338-42

Métis

Off-reserve

Strategic development, co-operative, government, 350

Métis Act, 350

Métis Act (No. 42)

First reading, 1403

Second reading, 1492-94

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2322-33

Third reading, 2334

Nurses

Education, 349

Northern Saskatchewan, 349

Former, upgrading program to re-enter profession, 349

Poverty

Assistance programs, 350

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 8)

First reading, 363

Second reading, 521-23

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 671-76

Third reading, 676

Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (Treaty Land Entitlement) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 34)

First reading, 1196

Second reading, 1288-89

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2118

Saskatchewan Research Network, 349

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 349

Lakeridge School, Saskatoon, Earth School status, member's statement, 1634

Theatre

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 17th season, July 4 to August 19, 2001, member's statement, 2254-55

Utilities

Rates, low, 348

Volunteers

Highest rate per capita, 349

Youth

Employment, 348

 

 

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MacKinnon, Ms. Janice (NDP, Saskatoon Idylwyld)

Legislative Assembly

Member for Saskatoon Idylwyld, recognition, member's statement, 2415-16

 

McCall, Mr. Warren (NDP, Regina Elphinstone)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 20-24

Art/Artists

Common Weal Community Arts Inc., activities, Regina, member's statement, 1777

Vic Juba Performing Arts Centre, Lloydminster, sod-turning ceremony, April 6, 2001, member's statement, 515

Budget

Positive effect on economy, member's statement, 425

Business

News in Sask Business magazine, member's statement, 1189

Cable industry

Nexans Canada Inc. power cable plant, Weyburn, expansion project, grand opening, May 18, 2001, member's statement, 1243-44

Children

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 512, 783-84

Citizens

Canadian citizenship, honourary, Nelson Mandela, denial, Rob Anders, Alberta MP, member's statement, 1662

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 2001, member's statement, 8-9

United Youth Peace Summit, Rainbow Youth Centre, Regina, April 19, 2001, member's statement, 642

Economy

Successes, member's statement, 2196

Education

Changing, Role of the School Task Force, final report, member's statement, 228

Planning

Urge government to carry through long-term plan for education as announced in budget, M. (McCall), 1410-14

Film industry

Worldfest International Film Festival, Houston, Texas, 2001, Partners in Motion, Regina production company, awards, member's statement, 1074

Government House

Gift, Yamaha grand piano, Dr. Morris and Jacqui Shumiatcher, member's statement, 2225-26

Health care

ALS Week, June 17-23, 2001, member's statement, 1865

Indians/First Nations

National Aboriginal Day, June 21, 2001, member's statement, 2006

Off-reserve and Métis

Framework for co-operation program, member's statement, 1427-28

Libraries

Services

Advisory Committee on Library Services for Aboriginal People, member's statement, 1428

Royal Canadian Legion

75th anniversary, 2001, member's statement, 1600

Royal family

Prince of Wales, provincial visit, April 26-28, 2001

Scott Collegiate and Chili for Children program, member's statement, 840

Taxation

Reduction, member's statement, 2392

Youth

Programs

Nipawin, van donation by Saskatchewan Government Insurance, member's statement, 275

Rainbow Youth Centre, Regina, peer helpers' program, Youth Week, member's statement, 1015

 

McMorris, Mr. Don (Saskatchewan Party, Indian Head-Milestone)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 97-103

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 659, 761-62, 836, 867, 951, 983, 1012, 1098, 1155, 1185-86, 1217, 1241, 1273, 1306, 1336, 1394, 1425, 1453, 1483, 1565, 1597, 1659, 1861, 2189, 2223-24, 2251, 2347, 2389

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 381-87, 401-2

Business

Government as regulator, 387

Chamber of Commerce, Regina

Paragon awards, 2001, member's statement, 1099-1100

Commission on Medicare, 382

Crown corporations

Investments, non-Saskatchewan, Liberal support, 1915-16

Investments, private business, Liberal support, 1915

Economy

Growth

Industrial incentives, encourage, 386

Slump, 2145

Employment

Loss, 387

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

Second reading, 798-99

Floods

Southeast Saskatchewan, economic impact, member's statement, 704-5

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

Second reading, 670

Gasoline

Tax, 385

Government revenue

Decreasing, 383-84

Health care

Audit, 382

Centres

Redvers, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 783

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1371-74

Highways and roads

Highway No. 35

Repairs, petitions, 1742, 1773, 1804

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2241-42

Income tax

Reduction, 382

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1228

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 49)

Second reading, 1669

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2001 (Votes of Confidence) (No. 220)

First reading, 1782

Mineral Resources Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 50)

Second reading, 1786

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 48)

Second reading, 1563

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 47)

Second reading, 1562

Municipalities

Equalization payments, 385, 402

Infrastructure

Funding, local, Indian Head, member's statement, 1487

Problems, 385

Music

Kenny Rogers, country music artist, look-alike Web site, member's statement, 1514

Natural gas

Rate increase, 382

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1533-36

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act (No. 10)

Second reading, 669

Partnership Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 1)

Second reading, 576-77

Planning and Development Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 6)

Second reading, 1259

Points of order

Motions, Government

Assembly instructs the Committee of Finance to reconsider supply resolution for Dept. of Economic and Co-operative Development, re-vote, out of order, comment, 2264-65

Population

Increase, encourage, 385

Out-migration, 381, 401, 2143-45

Prairie and Forest Fires Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 44)

Second reading, 1496

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

Second reading, 577

Professionals, regulated

Incorporation, 383

Property tax

Increase, 385, 386

Provincial Auditor Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 14)

Second reading, 887-88

Provincial sales tax

Diminish to enhance competition, 385

Public service

Numbers, increase, 384-85, 401-2

Speech writer for Premier, Dennis Gruending, 384

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1287-88

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 4)

Second reading, 961

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 23)

Second reading, 1501-2

Rural Revitalization Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2244-45

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1386-87

Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, 382

Saskatchewan Road Builders and Heavy Construction Association

Funding, highways, 383

Saskatchewan Valley Potato Corporation

Grant in lieu notice, unpaid, Rural Municipality of Rudy, 1572-73

Potato dumping, Broderick, 1572

Potato production, 1572

Schools

Safety Patrol Week, member's statement, 869-70

Small business

Tax reduction, 382-83

Social Services Department

Staff, numbers, increase, 384

Sports

Hockey

Memorial Cup 2001, Regina, congratulations, member's statement, 1339

Memorial Cup 2001, Regina, member's statement, 1219

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 38)

Second reading, 1564

Statute Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1564

Student Assistance and Student Aid Fund Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1817-18

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 41)

Second reading, 1468

Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1466

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2277

 

Melenchuk, Hon. Jim (Independent, Saskatoon Northwest; Minister of Education)

Agricultural research and development

Funding, 440

Agriculture

Funding, increase, 440

Budget

Balanced, 441

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 438-41

Centenary Capital Fund

Internet connectivity, schools, funding, 440

Children

Early development programs

Funding, 439

Tobacco use, education, 2066

CommunityNet, 440

Condolences

Grant, Gordon Burton (former MLA), M. (Serby), 650-51

Education

Changing, Role of the School Task Force, 439

Changing, Role of the School Task Force, final report, ministerial statement (Melenchuk), 206

Funding, 2066-67

Rural areas

Shared services, funding, 440

Transportation grant, 440

SchoolPLUS: a Vision for Children and Youth, 439

Special education

Funding, 440

World Catholic Education Day, May 24, 2001, member's statement, 1284

Education Amdt. Act (No. 54)

First reading, 1607

Second reading, 1696-97

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2077-78

Third reading, 2079

Education Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 534-40, 1234-40, 1622-28, 1899-1905, 2291-95

Farm income

Funding support, 440

Farm safety net, 440

Farmland

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 440

Education tax

Rebate program, 440

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, not vote of non-confidence in coalition government, M. (Lautermilch), 2205-7

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1316-19

Funding, increase, 440

Standing Committee on Health Care, appoint and empower, M. (Nilson), 1167-69

Standing Committee on Health Care, appointment of members, M. (Lautermilch), 1252-53

Highways and roads

Funding, 440

Highway No. 1

Twinning, funding, 440

Income tax

Provincial tax credits, increases

Caregivers, 441

Disabled and handicapped persons, 441

Post-secondary education, 441

Reduction, 441

Indians/First Nations

Education

Funding, 439-40

Aboriginal elders outreach program, 439

Legislative Assembly

Member for Saskatoon Idylwyld, recognition, member's statement, 2415

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan)

Caucus, third party, funding, legislation, 1463

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants, 2068

Occupational Health and Safety Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 39)

Third reading, 2079

Points of order

Members

Accusations offensive and slanderous, 1463-64

Property tax

Increase, 280

Liberal position on budget, 362

Public service

Numbers, increase, Liberal position on budget, 361

School boards

Funding

Saskatoon, 743

School divisions

Grants, operating, 438-39

Northern, funding, 439

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 439

High schools, 439

Rural schools, 439

Enrolment, declining, 12, 574

Internet access

Learning resources, 440

Students

Enrolment, declining, 12

Pythagoras mathematics competition, grade 6, Bobby Xiao and David Wang, Greystone Heights School students, winners, member's statement, 1978-79

Teachers

Recruitment, northern areas, funding, 440

Recruitment, specialists, rural areas, funding, 440

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 41)

First reading, 1345

Second reading, 1466-68

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2075-76

Third reading, 2079

Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 40)

First reading, 1345

Second reading, 1464-65

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2074-75

 

 

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Nilson, Hon. John (NDP, Regina Lakeview; Minister of Health; Minister Responsible for Seniors)

Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Regina

New equipment for radiation treatment, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1194-95

Alliance of Canadian Cinema, Television and Radio Artists Saskatchewan

Life membership proclamations, Jean Freeman, Steve Arsenych, Lyn Goldman, member's statement, 2094

Ambulance service

Fees, standardization, 2231-32

Canadian Wildlife Federation

Habitat 2000 projects, Canwood School, Canwood, and Marion McVeety School, Regina, recognition, member's statement, 483

Children

Tobacco use, education, 2065

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 479

Tobacco, possession, penalties, 2066

Class Actions Act (No. 13)

Third reading, 2171

Commission on Medicare, 204, 205

Recommendations

Process for dealing with, 520, 1983

Dietitians Act (No. 5)

First reading, 207

Second reading, 961

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2153

Third reading, 2153

Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Library, Regina

Rielisms exhibit, member's statement, 1398

East Central Health District

Yorkton area, administrators working on longer term plan, 1490

Emergency medical services workers

Pay rates, standardization, 2232

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

Third reading, 2131

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

Third reading, 2130

Health care

Centres

Regional, 85

Emergency services

Patient waiting times, 1460-61

Facilities

Closure, pending Commission on Medicare report, 233

Improved system, co-operative endeavour, 599

Patients, critical, out-of-province surgery, 1811-12

Public health inspectors, shortage, Battlefords Health District, 2008-9

Standing Committee on Health Care, appoint and empower, M. (Nilson), 1166-67

Health Care Committee

Request for participation, 1490-91

Health care workers, 171-72

Negotiations

CUPE and Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, 1569

Appointment of new conciliator or mediator, 1690-91

CUPE and Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, mediation, 1779-80

Strike settlement, funding, 1838

Workplace issues, 1838-39

Number, increase, 203

Recruitment process, 2315, 2318

Recruitment, difficult, Lanigan Hospital, 664

Shortages, Lanigan Hospital, 664

Strike

Ensure health and safety of patients, 1690

Essential services delivery during mediation, 1749

Long-term care patients, 1808

Patients sent out-of-province, 1778

Return to negotiations, 1691-92

Surgery cancellation, 1778, 1807

Strike notice, delivery of health services, 1569

Training, recruitment, and retention, 1490

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1122-27, 1476-81, 1677-84, 1957-76, 2154-67

Provincial Nursing Council

Funding, projects, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Casual workforce issues, 400

Magnet work environments, 400

Mentor program, nursing students, clinical assignments, 400

Health districts

Budget allocations, 2001-2002, 1492

Hearing Aid Sales and Services Act (No. 26)

First reading, 992

Second reading, 1119

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2148-49

Third reading, 2153

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Third reading, 2130

Hospital waiting lists, 84

Saskatoon, development of action plan, 742

Surgery, 2317, 2351-53

Ophthalmology, 2351

Orthopedic hip and knee replacement, 2351

Saskatoon, 2314

Hospitals

Beds, acute care

Shortage, Swift Current, 2097-98

Closures

Lanigan, June to September, 2001, 664, 708

Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc., alternative arrangements, 708

Closures, possible, Lanigan, 792

Lanigan

Nursing shortage, 708, 792

Melville

New, acute care facility, 599

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 49)

Third reading, 2131

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 20)

Third reading, 2131

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

Third reading, 2131

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 33)

Third reading, 2131

Mineral Resources Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 50)

Third reading, 2130

Norway

National holiday, May 17, 2001, member's statement, 1188

Nurses

Education, 172, 1461

Number of positions, increased, 1462

Numbers, decrease, 203

Shortage, 84

Training, recruitment, and retention, 114

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act (No. 10)

Third reading, 2130

Personal care homes

Langham Senior Citizens Home, personal care home licence application, 1839

Physicians/Doctors

Numbers, increase, 172

Psychiatrists, loss, Regina Health District, 457-58, 709

Psychiatry Manpower Committee

Psychiatrist retention and compensation, 457

Police Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 43)

Third reading, 2131

Population

Forecast

Planning for Saskatchewan's Future, 12-13

Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 9)

Third reading, 2130

Prairie and Forest Fires Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 44)

Third reading, 2131

Public Trustee Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 35)

Third reading, 2131

Public Trustee Consequential Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 36)

Third reading, 2131

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1287

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 4)

First reading, 207

Second reading, 960-61

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2150-53

Third reading, 2153

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 45)

Third reading, 2131

Saskatchewan Natural Resources Transfer Agreement (Treaty Land Entitlement) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 34)

Third reading, 2131

Special care homes

Closures, Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, 204, 231-32

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

First reading, 1668

Second reading, 1783-84

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2268-79

Third reading, 2281

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Funding, 172-73

Water Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 12)

Third reading, 2171

Water quality

Unsafe

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, boil-water advisory, 930-31

Cryptosporidium parvum contamination, North Battleford, correction measures, 930-32

 

 

O

 

 

Osika, Hon. Ron (Independent, Melville; Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 177-81

Alberta

Contrast, 411

Ambulance service

Air ambulance

Purchase of additional, 409

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

First reading, 934

Second reading, 1107-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2045-50

Third reading, 2051

Avonlea dam

Water management infrastructure, dam rehabilitation, ministerial statement (Osika), 1751

Births

Osika-Schick, Colby Ron, July 4, 2001, grandson, Melville member, Ron Osika, member's statement, 2349

British Columbia

Election results, member's statement, 1188

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 408-12

Business

Taxation, 769

Canada Book Day, April 23, 2001

Member's statement, 662

Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program

North Battleford, water treatment assistance, 1194

Centenary Capital Fund, 360, 410

Children

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 541

Communities

Melville and District Chamber of Commerce Annual Trade Fair and Melville Hospital Foundation fundraiser, member's statement, 514

Condolences

Kowalchuk, John Russell (former MLA), M. (Serby), 655-56

Disabled and handicapped persons

Transportation, 410

Education

Funding, 280, 409

Farm income

Crisis

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 38-40

Funding support, 409

Gambling

Problem gambling prevalence survey, 409

Health care workers

Training, recruitment, and retention, 409

Health districts

Funding, 409

Highways and roads

Funding, 280, 361, 408-9

Upgrading, resurfacing, twinning, 409

Highway No. 1

Twinning, funding, 361

Thin membrane surface

Upgrading, 361

Hospitals

Melville

Construction, member's statement, 569

Housing

Social

Funding, 410-11

Centenary Capital Fund, 411

Income tax

Flat tax

Elimination, 409

Surtaxes, elimination, 409

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan)

News releases, member's statement, 1486-87

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 800-807, 1290-97, 1728-40, 2051-59

Municipalities

Funding, 409-10

Funding, targeted programs, 2067-68

Grants in lieu of taxes, 327, 707

Infrastructure

Funding, 410, 707, 790, 1016, 1290-95

Revenue-sharing grants, 325, 410

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1554-55

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act (No. 25)

First reading, 934

Second reading, 1117-18

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2044-45

Third reading, 2050

Planning and Development Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 6)

First reading, 234

Second reading, 799

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2045

Third reading, 2050

Property

Reassessment, 2001, 601

Property tax

Education tax

Relief, 769-70, 790, 872

Exemptions, provincial buildings, 410

Grants in lieu of taxes, 572-73, 600

Provincial disaster assistance program

Funding, 411

Public service

Numbers, increase, 359-60, 429-30

Numbers, increase, Liberal position on budget, 360-61

Regina Public Library

Funding, provincial, 411

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 23)

First reading, 934

Second reading, 1112-14

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2035-39

Third reading, 2050

Saskatchewan Archives Board

Funding, 411

Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (SAMA)

Property assessment, opting out clause, 1020

Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 31)

First reading, 1106

Second reading, 1286-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2045

Third reading, 2051

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Funding, 409

Saskatchewan Municipal Board

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2291

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1229-34, 2176-81, 2296-99

School divisions

Grants, operating, 409

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 409

Internet access, 409

Small business

Tax reduction, 409

Taxes, southwest Saskatchewan, assessment review, 744

Telephones

911 service, 360

Tourism

Investments, Moose Jaw, 411-12

United Empire Loyalist Day

June 19, 2001, member's statement, 1912

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 24)

First reading, 934

Second reading, 1108-10

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2039-44

Third reading, 2050

Water

Treatment

Repairs and replacements, 1017

Water Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 12)

First reading, 432

Second reading, 1285-86

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2171

Water quality

Infrastructure funding, 1105-6

Infrastructure projects, 1076

Unsafe

Boil-water advisories, 1016-17

North Battleford, government financial assistance, 1050

 

 

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Peters, Mr. Rudi (Saskatchewan Party, Battleford-Cut Knife)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 221-23

Agricultural products

West Central Pelleting Ltd., Wilkie, livestock feed production, member's statement, 1276

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1186

Communities

Unity, Communities in Bloom competition, member's statement, 987

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 736, 1218, 1242, 1274, 1307, 1395, 1454, 1484, 1511, 1598, 1630, 1685, 1743, 1774, 1804, 1834, 1977, 2062, 2190

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 917-18

Gophers

Population explosion, eradication, rural areas, 1841-42

Government House, Battleford

Restoration, centenary project, petitions, 1861, 1908

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Second reading, 1469

Music

Battlefords Music Festival, First Nations competitions included, member's statement, 596

Old Tyme Fiddle Jamboree, 5th annual, May 26-27, 2001, Battleford, member's statement, 1397

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 23)

Second reading, 1202-3

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 756, 758-60, 1385-86, 1388

Special care homes

Pioneer Lodge, Assiniboia, maintain services, petitions, 594, 640, 660, 702, 762, 784, 837, 868, 900, 952, 984, 1042, 1098, 1130, 1156

Sports

Hockey

Provincial A Championship, Unity Midget Laser team, winners, member's statement, 394

Provincial B Championship, Unity Midget Girls Hockey Club, winners, member's statement, 662

 

Prebble, Mr. Peter (NDP, Saskatoon Greystone)

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Final report, M. (Prebble) for concurrence, 2190-93

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 239-45

Centennial summer student employment program

Member's statement, 258

Children

Early childhood development program, implementation, M. (Prebble), 1000-1004

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 511

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 623-26

Community-based organizations

Program grants, Saskatoon, Associated Entities Fund, member's statement, 1429

Condolences

Kowalchuk, John Russell (former MLA), M. (Serby), 656

Early Childhood Intervention Week

Member's statement, 704

Environment

Protection and management, budget highlights, member's statement, 394

Gasoline

Orphaned underground tank sites, clean-up, Centenary Capital Fund, member's statement, 2142

Health care

Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effect, prevention and elimination M. (Draude), 1924-25

Missiles

Defence shield, United States proposal, opposition, member's statement, 2350

Physicians/Doctors

Rosetown, new arrivals, Dr. Clint and Dr. Marguerite McDonald, member's statement, 82

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 853-55

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth); questions and comments, 855-56

Representative areas network (RAN) program

Designated areas, three, northern Saskatchewan, protection, member's statement, 1486

Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Association

Educational programs, funding from Agriculture and Food Department, member's statement, 596

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1306, 1426

Soil conservation

Saskatchewan Soil Conservation Week, April 15-21, 2001, member's statement, 596

Students

Mathematics competition, national, Greystone Heights School students, grade 6, winners, member's statement, 1044-45

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Second reading, 1936-37

Wind power

Saskatchewan Power Corporation wind power project, member's statement, 1513

Sunbridge Windpower Project, Gull Lake area, member's statement, 929-30

 

 

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Serby, Hon. Clay (NDP, Yorkton; Deputy Premier; Minister of Agriculture and Food)

Agriculture

Drought assistance, 2258-59

Policy, 52

Policy, federal, overhaul, Saskatchewan proposals, 1667

Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 584-91, 935-44, 1502-10, 1947-57, 2398-2402

Canada Farm Income Program (CFIP)

Problems, 329

Commission on Medicare

Recommendations

Process for dealing with, 546, 547, 549

Public consultation, 545-47, 549

Report, 546

Condolences

Grant, Gordon Burton (former MLA), M. (Serby), 649-50

Kowalchuk, John Russell (former MLA), M. (Serby), 654-55

Semchuk, Martin (former MLA), M. (Serby), 648-49

Valleau, Delmar Storey (former MLA), M. (Serby), 652-53

Drought

Contingency programs, agricultural, 2354-55

Economy

Yorkton, booming, healthy housing market, member's statement, 1664

Everest, Mount

Canadian achievement, second reaching of summit, David Rodney, member's statement, 1309

Farm families

Government programs, 52-53

Farm income

Crisis

Federal aid, 548, 645-46

Provincial strategy for solicitation, 548

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 28-31

Correspondence with Prime Minister, 601, 645

Federal aid

Receipt of, 548

Farm safety net, 2259-60

Farm Support Review Committee, 329

Farm Support Review Committee, development, recommendations, 52-54

Farmland

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 52

Farm land property tax rebate

Administration costs, 601

Ownership regulations, 1984-85

Film industry

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 54th, May 24-27, 2001, member's statement, 1309

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 54th, May 24-27, 2001, Outstanding Cultural Event Award, Attractions Canada, member's statement, 1458

Foot-and-mouth disease

Preventive measures, ministerial statement (Serby), 330-31

Gophers

Population explosion, eradication, rural areas, 1842

Health care reform/renewal, 545

Livestock industry

Pasture land, taxes, 2011

Motions (under Rule 46)

Agricultural equalization payment

$1 billion to address agricultural crisis, M. (Serby), 28-45

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Allegations of impropriety

Investigation, process, due diligence, 1314

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Debt restructuring, 905

Special Olympic Games

Summer games, June 8 - 10, 2001, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1836

Sports

Athletics

Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association championships, Kinsmen Century Field, Yorkton, member's statement, 1458

Water

Treatment

Repairs and replacements, funding, 958

Water quality

Unsafe

North Battleford, public inquiry, 955-59, 960

 

Sonntag, Hon. Maynard (NDP, Meadow Lake; Minister of Crown Investments Corporation; Minister of Energy and Mines)

Agriculture

Funding, increase, 403

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 402-5

Canadian National Institute for the Blind

Vehicles, donated, Makwa Lions Club and Makwa River Lions Club, member's statement, 358

Centennial scholarship program, 405

Crown corporations

Contribution to economy, 404-5

Investment, due diligence guidelines, 933-34

Investments, 646-48, 666-68, 906-7

Investments, non-Saskatchewan, 1315

Investments, non-Saskatchewan, Liberal support, 1915

Investments, private business, Liberal support, 1915

National recognition, Conference Board of Canada, 404

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Business plans, due diligence, 907

Non-Saskatchewan investment, 87-88, 233-34, 398

Economy

Deregulated, market-driven, 571

Education

Conference, Breaking Down Barriers: Old Challenges, New Solutions, Meadow Lake, May 10, 2001, member's statement, 1100

Funding, 403, 405

Employment development

Aboriginal Employment Development Program

North West Regional College, member's statement, 987

Energy and Mines Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 695-700, 1388-92

Staff, increase in number, 403

Farm income

Crisis

Federal aid M. (Serby); amdt. (Boyd), 42-43

Film industry

Servant of God: German Painter Berthold Imhoff, documentary, St. Walburg, member's statement, 169

Forest industry

NorSask lumber mill, Meadow Lake Tribal Council, owners, most productive lumber operations in North America, member's statement, 1514

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

First reading, 401

Second reading, 669-70

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2111-13

Health care

Funding, increase, 403

Health care workers

Training, recruitment, and retention, 405

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 58)

First reading, 2260

Second reading, 2265

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2319-22

Third reading, 2333-34

Highways and roads

Funding, 403

Thin membrane surface

Upgrading, 403

Honours and awards

Governor General's Medal of Bravery, recipient, Glenn John Mooswa, Loon Lake, member's statement, 1221

Income tax

Provincial tax credits, increases

Post-secondary education, 405

Reduction, 403

Internet

Services

High speed, 404

Mineral Resources Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 50)

First reading, 1519

Second reading, 1785-86

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2109-10

Natural gas

Lowest energy costs in Canada, 932

Rate increase, 173-74, 571, 1750

Advertising, 1810-11

Application to rate review panel, 933

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1530-33

Rates, 1982-83, 2146-47, 2230-31

Rates, city of Regina purchases, 1982-83, 2146

Rebate for customers, lack of resources, 572

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act (No. 10)

First reading, 401

Second reading, 668-69

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2110-11

Personal injury protection plan

Review recommendations, process, 2255-57

Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 9)

First reading, 363

Second reading, 1024

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2104-9

Provincial sales tax

Lowest in Canada, 403

Public service

Numbers, increase, 403

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investment, Ontario, 1638

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Funding, 405

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Ministerial trips, 1400

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2181-83

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Financial settlement, vice president, departure, 455-56, 484

Rates

Frozen, 457

Increase, 85-86

Increase, residential, 112

Lower than most of Canada, 455

Services, reliable, 455, 484

Saskatchewan Research Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1894-99

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

International recognition, World Bank, 404

Investments

agdealer.com, 1101-2

Competition with FamilyFarmers.com, 1223-24

Competition with IRON Solutions, 1102-3, 1137-38

Diversification, 1105, 1192

DLC-West, 1809-10

Poor, IQ&A, health data, 710, 767

TappedInto.com, Nashville, Tenn., 1104

WestTel, 1781-82

Privatization, 1192-93

Saskatchewan Valley Potato Corporation

Development, government support, 263, 459

Financial status, 1603

Grant in lieu notice, unpaid, Rural Municipality of Canaan

Resolution discussions, 905-6

Grant in lieu notice, unpaid, Rural Municipality of Rudy

Resolution discussions, 844-45, 905-6, 1573

Potato dumping, Broderick, 1572, 1603-4

Potato production, 1572

Seed potatoes, export, Prince Edward Island, 488

Seed potatoes, frozen, returned from Prince Edward Island, 460

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Purchases for gas year 2001-2002, prices, purchase status, 1569-71, 1605-6, 1634-35

SaskPower International Inc.

Cogeneration project at Cory potash mine, power purchase agreement, 1163-65

School divisions

Grants, operating, 405

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 403, 405

High schools, 403

Rural schools, 403

Internet access, 405

SecurTek

Impact on small business, 875

Small business

Tax reduction, 403

Sports

Track and field

High school provincial championships, Pat Mitsuing and Richard Ben of Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation, achievements, member's statement, 1837

Student loans, 405

Students

Scholarships, Lester B. Pearson United World College, British Columbia, Nigel Francis, Carpenter High School, Meadow Lake, recipient, member's statement, 1133

Science fairs

National, Ontario, Jonas Samson Junior High School, Meadow Lake constituency, member's statement, 786

Utilities

Rates, increase, 202

Rates, lowest in Canada, 404

 

Speaker

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment

July 6, 2001, M. (Lautermilch), 2418-19

Clerk Assistant (Committees), Viktor Kaczkowski, 5

Opening ceremonies, 6

Pages, introduction, 5, 1106, 1694

Legislative Assembly members

Saskatoon Idylwyld constituency

Presentation, 2421

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1519-20

Privilege

Bribery of Member by Crown Investments Corporation, ruling, 876-78

Speaker

Deputy Speaker, Graham Addley, election, 993-94

Deputy Speaker, Lindy Kasperski, election, 15

Deputy Speaker, Lindy Kasperski, resignation, 960

Tributes

Mack, Yvonne, Legislative Library employee, 656-57

 

Stewart, Mr. Lyle (Saskatchewan Party, Thunder Creek)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 125-27

Avonlea dam

Reconstruction and expansion, petitions, 1773, 1803

Energy and Mines Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 695-700, 1389-92

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

Second reading, 879-80

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2111-13

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1369-70

Highways and roads

Gravel, reverting to, petitions, 107, 167, 273, 321, 355, 511, 701, 735, 899, 925, 983, 1011, 1071, 2389

Highway No. 339

Construction and maintenance to facilitate economic development, petitions, 1097, 1129, 1185, 1217, 1241, 1305, 1393, 1453, 1597, 1629, 1659, 1685, 1741, 1833, 1861, 1907, 1977, 2003, 2061, 2091, 2223, 2251, 2347

Highway No. 43, 111

Upgrade, funding, petitions, 389, 423, 541, 565, 593, 639, 659

Weight limits, maintain, member's statement, 1864-65

Truck routes, alternate, 111-12

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

Second reading, 1820-21

Legislative Assembly

Letter of thanks, Kristy Ridgway, Thom Collegiate, Regina, member's statement, 2313

Manufacturing industry

Claybank brick plant, annual open house, member's statement, 2064-65

Mineral Resources Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 50)

Second reading, 1939

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2109-10

Mining industry

Investment, deterrents, speech by Logan Kruger, president, Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting, member's statement, 1458

National Mining Week, May 14-20, 2001, member's statement, 1132-33

Saskatchewan Mining Week, May, 2001, member's statement, 1340

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act (No. 25)

Second reading, 1118

Occupational Health and Safety Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1437

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act (No. 10)

Second reading, 878-79

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2110-11

Oil industry

Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show, Weyburn, June 6-7, 2001, inductees into Saskatchewan Oilmen's Hall of Fame, member's statement, 1631

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

Second reading, 1706-7

Sports

Hockey

Caronport Midget A Cougars, international tournament, Kazakhstan, member's statement, 324-25

Saskatchewan Hockey Association (SHA) Senior B Championship, Avonlea Prairie Thunder midget girls, winners, member's statement, 229

Western Canadian Shield Female Hockey Championship, Senior B Division, Prairie Thunder, Avonlea, gold medal winners, member's statement, 704

Ringette

Regina AA Bandits, provincial title, member's statement, 201

 

 

T

 

 

Thomson, Mr. Andrew (NDP, Regina South)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 143-51

Art/Artists

Prince Albert Centre for the Visual and Performing Arts, groundbreaking ceremony, July 6, 2001, member's statement, 2392-93

Budget

Balanced, fair, 367

Business

Partnerships with government, 366-67

Saskatchewan Dream campaign, radio and television vignettes, member's statement, 902

Child protection

Case workers, numbers, increase, 369

Commission on Medicare

Final report, examination of Mr. Ken Fyke, Commissioner, 609-12, 632-33

Condolences

Grant, Gordon Burton (former MLA), M. (Serby), 651

Correctional centres

Regina Provincial Correctional Centre

Employees, additional, 368-69

Crown corporations

Ownership, member's statement, 50

Economy

Confidence

Member's statement, 2253

Growth, 367

Investment, 366

Education, post-secondary

Funding

Infrastructure, 369-70

Graduates

Convocation and graduation, member's statement, 1310

Investment, 366

Emergency services

Facility, new, Gull Lake, member's statement, 228

Employment development

Commitment not attained, M. (Wakefield); amdt. (Yates), 1765-71

Exports

Growth, member's statement, 704

Forest fires

Firefighters

Numbers, increase, northerners, 368

Rapid response strategy, 368

Government

Financial management, 366

Government expenditures

Debt

Reduction, 367, 369

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Reduction, program, 367

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1354-56

High technology

Canadian Light Source synchrotron project, Saskatoon, 370

Highways and roads

Highway No. 1

Twinning, 368

Highway No. 11

Resurfacing, 368

Highways and Transportation Department

Employees, additional, 368

Holocaust Memorial Day

Commemoration, Regina, April 22, 2001, member's statement, 641

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (No. 202)

First reading, 202

Second reading, 489-90

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 492

Third reading, 493

Income tax

Reduction, 366

Information technology

Rapid promotion, M. (Thomson), 504-9

Innovation Place, Saskatoon, 370

Legislative Assembly members

Members of the Legislative Assembly, government employees, impartiality and co-operation in police investigations M. (Heppner); amdt. (Yates), 1409-10

Mining industry

Saskatchewan Mining Week, May, 2001, investor incentives, member's statement, 1396

Natural gas

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates), 1582-83

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates); questions and comments, 1584-85

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1546-47

Petroleum Technology Research Centre, Regina, 366, 370

Public service

Numbers, increase, 367, 369

Rules and Procedures Committee

Report, second, for concurrence, M. (Thomson), 2310-11

Saskatchewan Science Centre

Hot Science: Climate Change Workshop, member's statement, 358

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Training programs, youth, recognition, Conference Board of Canada, member's statement, 169

Student loans, 370

Taxation

Reduction, 366

Tourism

Value to employment and economic development, M. (Thomson), 1585-89

University of Saskatchewan

College of Agriculture building

Funding donation, Hutterites, 370

Utilities

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 715-22

Water quality

Drinking water, improvement, M. (Junor); amdt. (Kwiatkowski); questions and comments, 1148, 1149, 1150

 

Toth, Mr. Don (Saskatchewan Party, Moosomin)

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Report, recommendations, implementation, 2069-70

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 339-43, 366-70

Children

Child welfare system, public consultation, ministerial statement (Van Mulligen), 1812-13

Children's Law Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 210)

First reading, 574

Commission on Medicare

Report, 341

Credit Union Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 15)

Second reading, 1257-59

Disabled and handicapped persons

Report, Saskatchewan's Disability Action Plan, ministerial statement (Van Mulligen), 2232-33

Easter

Greetings, member's statement, 543

Employment development

Lack of, 342-43

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 916-17

Gasoline

Tax, for use on highways and roads, 340

Government expenditures

Debt, 341

Guest houses

Atelier Manor, Maryfield, art gallery and guest house, official opening, June 9, 2001, member's statement, 1744

Health care

Centres

Redvers, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 761, 783, 835, 899, 951, 1071

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1376-79

Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effect, prevention and elimination M. (Draude), 1925-26

Funding, 341-42

Rural communities, 342

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1974-76

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance, 340

Funding, 339

Funding in partnership with rural municipalities, 340

Highway No. 1

Twinning, funding, 339

Highway No. 35, 339

Highway No. 47, 339

Highway No. 48, 339

Highway No. 8, 339

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1449, 2233-34

Holocaust Memorial Day

Commemoration, support of the Bill, member's statement, 765

Holocaust Memorial Day Act (No. 202)

Second reading, 491

Hospital waiting lists, 341

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 559-63, 1795-98

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1676-77

Miscellaneous Statutes (Domestic Relations) Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2) (No. 48)

Second reading, 1990-91

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 805-6, 2059

Oil industry

Used oil recovery, Used Oil, Filter and Container EcoCentre No. 13, Grenfell, official opening, June 15, 2001, member's statement, 1980

Passover

Celebration, member's statement, 543

Physicians/Doctors

Training, recruitment, and retention, 342

Points of order

Members

Cannot reflect upon any vote (decision) of the Assembly, 506

Property tax

Increase, 343

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 852-53

Provincial sales tax

Expanded, 342

Public service

Numbers, increase, 343

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 4)

Second reading, 1639-40

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Graduates, congratulations, member's statement, 110

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman), 501-2

Schools

Programs

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), Broadview and Whitewood, Grade 5 classes, member's statement, 1662

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 578-79, 581-82, 922-24, 1268-71, 1823-25, 2334-37

Sports

Hockey

Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association (SAHA), Provincial Bantam B Championship, Whitewood Bantam Elks, winners, member's statement, 258

Whitewood arena opening, member's statement, 10

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2270-72, 2277

Tourism

Value to employment and economic development, M. (Thomson), 1593-94

 

Trew, Hon. Kim (NDP, Regina Coronation Park; Minister of Labour; Minister Responsible for Gaming)

Agriculture

Funding, increase, 381

Ambulance service

Air ambulance

Purchase of additional, 380

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 379-81

Children

Early development programs, 380

Farm families

Health and safety programs, ministerial statement (Trew), 88

Farm safety

Children, ministerial statement (Trew), 88

North American Guidelines for Children's Agricultural Tasks, ministerial statement (Trew), 88

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 379-80

Health care workers

Training, recruitment, and retention, 380

Highways and roads

Funding, 379

Highway No. 1

Twinning, 379

Northern, improvement, 379

Primary system, improvement, 379

Regional system, improvement, 379

Thin membrane surface

Upgrading, 379

Highways and Transportation Department

Employees, additional, 380

Income tax

Debt reduction surtax

Elimination, 379

Flat tax

Elimination, 379

Surtaxes, elimination, 379

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 815-24, 1066-70, 2079-85

Labour force

New workers, information booklet, Guide for New Workers, ministerial statement (Trew), 1020-21

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2001, member's statement, 770-71

Labour Standards Act

Discrimination by employer prohibited, 1459-60, 1462

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

First reading, 1106

Second reading, 1227-28

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1786-94

Third reading, 1795

Natural gas

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1550-51

Occupational Health and Safety Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 39)

First reading, 1284

Second reading, 1436-37

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2078-79

Public service

Numbers, increase, 380

Ranch Ehrlo Society

Dalla-Vicenza house, Regina, new 10-youth home, member's statement, 1601-2

Regina General Hospital

Neonatal intensive care unit, fundraiser, Z99 radiothon, member's statement, 10

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Funding, increase, 380

School divisions

Grants, operating, 380

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 380

Small business

Tax reduction, 381

Tax credits

Increase, 381

Teachers' Dental Plan Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 40)

Third reading, 2079

Whistle-blower protection legislation, 1459-60, 1462

Workers' Compensation Board, 328-29, 362

Retirement

Stan Cameron, Board Chair, party, 363, 431

Stan Cameron, Board Chair, party cancellation, 431

Review 2000 of the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board: Recurring and Current Administrative Issues, 329, 740-41, 767

Terminations, management staff, 362, 2099

 

 

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Van Mulligen, Hon. Harry (NDP, Regina Victoria; Minister of Social Services; Minister Responsible for Disability Issues)

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Report, 547-48

Report, recommendations, implementation, 2069-70

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 252-55

Children

Child welfare system, public consultation, ministerial statement (Van Mulligen), 1812

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 479, 1394

Community-based organizations

Rail City Industries, Melville, employee wage increase, petitions, 1217

Disabled and handicapped persons

Report, Saskatchewan's Disability Action Plan, ministerial statement (Van Mulligen), 2232

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, 2202, 2228

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1305, 1336

Social Services Department

Deaths of children in care, interpretation of Children's Advocate review, 1161

Deaths of children in care, preventive measures, 1162

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 578-84, 919-24, 1268-71, 1825-31, 2334-38

Spring (season)

Signs, member's statement, 9

Women

Drop-in centres, Visitation House, Regina, opening, member's statement, 109

 

 

W

 

Wakefield, Mr. Milton (Saskatchewan Party, Lloydminster)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 75-78

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

Second reading, 1842-44

Budget

Balanced by drawing on reserves, 298

Sustainability, 298

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 296-98

Business

Taxation, 297

Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon

SABEX (Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence) awards, 2001, member's statement, 1159

Crown corporations

Debt, increase, 298

Economic and Co-operative Development Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 526-33, 824-27, 829-33, 1297-1304, 2184-87

Employment

Loss, 1666-67

Employment development

Commitment not attained, M. (Wakefield); amdt. (Yates), 1753-55

Farmers/Producers

Retirement

Out-migration, 296

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 16)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2121

Finance Committee

Estimates vote for Economic and Co-operative Development Department, June 26, 2001, member's statement, 2195-96

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1180-84, 2288-90

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 298

Forest industry

Softwood lumber, stop proposed American trade sanctions, M. (Higgins); amdt. (Wakefield), 861-62

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

Second reading, 670-71

Gasoline

Tax, 297

Income tax

Status quo, 297

Investment

Attraction of new, 298

Natural gas

Rate increase

Impact, 1516

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act (No. 25)

Second reading, 1204-5

Partnership Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 1)

Second reading, 1439-40

Population

Demographics, Canada West Foundation seminar, 1018, 1019

Out-migration, 296-97

To Alberta, 296

Youth, 1019

Stagnant, 296, 297

Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 9)

Second reading, 1944-45

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

Second reading, 1471-72

Property tax

Increase, 297, 298

Provincial Auditor Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 14)

Second reading, 1081-82

Provincial sales tax

Status quo, 297

Public service

Numbers, increase, 297

Regulatory Reform Act (No. 207)

First reading, 488

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2181-83

Saskatchewan Party

Constituency nomination, Saskatoon Idylwyld, Shelly Hengen, June 13, 2001, member's statement, 2064

Saskatchewan Research Council

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1894-96, 1899

Small business

Tax reduction, 297

Sports

Hockey

Allen Cup, Canadian senior level hockey, Sarnia, Ont., Lloydminster Border Kings, winners, member's statement, 568

Trap shooting

Provincial champion, Brian Sheppard, Lloydminster, member's statement, 2143

Transfer payment, 298

Tributes

Fair, Milton, Chief Executive Officer (retired), Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, member's statement, 1043-44

Utilities

Rates, increase, 298

 

Wall, Mr. Brad (Saskatchewan Party, Swift Current)

Accountability of Subsidiaries of Subsidiary Crown Corporations Act (No. 217)

First reading, 710

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 135-39, 141-43

Books

Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, by Dulu Wang, son and daughter-in-law residents in Swift Current, member's statement, 1568

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 286-91

Business

Swift Current Business Excellence awards, May 23, 2001, congratulations to winners, member's statement, 1396-97

CommunityNet

Official launch, ministerial statement (Crofford), 1283-84

Crown corporations

Hurting small business, 876

Salary increases, managers, 485

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Business plans, due diligence, 907

Dividends, use of, 597-98

Direct Sellers Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 214)

First reading, 2319

Economic and Co-operative Development Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 533, 827-29

Economy

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), strategic plan, 2354

Employment

Loss, 288

Employment development

Lack of, 287, 288

Film industry

Walt Disney characters, member's statement, 82

Fire-fighter Protection from Liability Act (No. 209)

First reading, 2319

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1360-63

Health Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1683-84, 2160-61

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2238-39

Hospitals

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, petitions, 47, 107, 167, 197, 227, 273, 321, 355, 389, 424, 451, 479, 512, 541, 565, 593, 639, 659, 701, 735, 761, 783, 835, 867, 899, 925, 951, 983, 1041, 1071-72, 1098, 1129, 1155, 1185, 1241, 1273, 1306, 1335, 1337, 1393-94, 1453, 1483, 1511, 1565, 1597, 1629, 1659, 1685, 1742, 1773, 1803, 1833, 1861, 1907, 1977, 2003, 2061, 2091, 2141, 2189, 2223, 2251, 2309

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, request for, 287

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, solicitation, volunteers, member's statement, 2314

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Expansion into commercial high technology, 788-89

Contracts, 841-42

Funding, 787

Mandate, 787-88

Municipal Affairs and Housing Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 806-7, 1733

Municipalities

Impact on economic development, 287

Impact on employment development, 287

Natural gas

Price projection for purchase, 1488

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates), 1574-76

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates); questions and comments, 1583-84

Rate increase, 173, 571, 932-33, 1487-89, 1750-51

Advertising, 1810-11

Application to rate review panel, 932

Impact, 1515-16

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1520-25

Rates, 1981-82, 2146, 2230-31

Rates, city of Regina purchases, 1981, 2146

Rates, cost of purchase, charges to customers, member's statement, 1663

Rebate for customers, 572

Partnership Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 1)

Second reading, 1085

Personal injury protection plan

Eliminate, 2256-57

Review recommendations, implementation, 2255

Saskatchewan Party position, member's statement, 2392

Police services

Additional police officers, 289

Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 9)

Second reading, 1821-23

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2104-9

Professional Corporations Act (No. 17)

Second reading, 1084-85

Property tax

Increase, 288-90

Public service

Numbers, increase, 287-88

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 504

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM)

Tax increase, 290

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Financial settlement, vice president, departure, 455-56, 484

Rates

Increase, 85-86, 457

Increase, residential, 112

Rebate, 173

Salary increases, executives, 457

Salary increases, managers, 485

Staff increase, managers, 484-85

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1388

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

agdealer.com, 1101

Competition with IRON Solutions, 1102-3, 1137-38

Due diligence, 1137-38

Club Magic, 1104

DLC-West, 1809-10

Poor, Clickabid.com, 906-7

Poor, IQ&A, health data, 646-47, 665-68, 709-10, 767-68

TappedInto.com, Nashville, Tenn., 1104

WestTel, 1780-82

Privatization, 1192-93

Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA)

Tax increase, 290

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Purchases for gas year 2001-2002, prices, purchase status, 1569-72, 1604-6, 1634-35

SaskPower International Inc.

Cogeneration project at Cory potash mine, ATCO Power Ltd., partner, 1163

Cogeneration project at Cory potash mine, power purchase agreement, 1163-65

Schools

Swift Current Comprehensive High School, Outdoor Education Club, tree planting at trout pond, Highway No. 32, member's statement, 1911-12

SecurTek

Financial losses, 875

Impact on small business, 875

Small business

Tax reduction, 287

Sports

Hockey

Bantam Tier II provincial championship, Batco/TNT Eliminators, Swift Current, winners, member's statement, 358

Provincial A Tier II championship, Pee Wee Mustangs, Swift Current, winners, member's statement, 358

Western Hockey League, playoffs, Swift Current Broncos, participants, member's statement, 49, 641

Soccer

Under-12 provincial championship, Swift Current Under-12 Girls Indoor Soccer team, winners, member's statement, 358

Youth, end-of-season games, Swift Current, member's statement, 2094-95

Taxation

Relief, lack of, 287

Television

Cable industry, SaskTel investment, 2353

Tobacco Control Act (No. 56)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2272-73

Utilities

Rates, increase, 290

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 711-12

Youth

Achievements, Fairview School grade 8, Swift Current Comprehensive High School music department, Swift Current, member's statement, 986

 

Wartman, Mr. Mark (NDP, Regina Qu'Appelle Valley)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 103-6, 115-16

Agriculture

Western Canada Farm Progress Show, Regina, June 20-23, 2001, member's statement, 1864

Business

New

Rise 'N' Shine Cafe and Snypers Lounge, Canora, Nolan Kuruliak, owner, member's statement, 425

Canadian National Arabian Horse Show

Regina, August 20-25, 2001, member's statement, 705

Child care

Child Care Week, May 27 - June 2, 2001, member's statement, 1340

Child poverty

Reduction, member's statement, 2095

Children

Chili for Children, fundraising dinner, member's statement, 1045

Early childhood intervention program, funding, member's statement, 1457

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 511, 783, 1011, 1393, 1425-26

Co-operatives

Hog producers, new generation co-operative, Leroy, member's statement, 839

Condolences

Valleau, Delmar Storey (former MLA), M. (Serby), 653-54

Easter

Greetings, member's statement, 543

Economy

Conference Board of Canada, provincial outlook report, spring 2001, member's statement, 1776

Education

Planning

Urge government to carry through long-term plan for education as announced in budget, M. (McCall), 1414-24

Employment development

Aboriginal Employment Development Program

IPSCO Saskatchewan, partner, member's statement, 2349-50

Entrepreneurship

Publication, Don't Turn Out the Lights, Al Scholz, author, member's statement, 325

Farmers/Producers

Remain in business, survey, The Western Producer, member's statement, 568

Film industry

Partners in Motion production company, awards, Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, International Film Festival, Houston, Texas, member's statement, 1568-69

Forest industry

Softwood lumber, stop proposed American trade sanctions, M. (Higgins); amdt. (Wakefield), 865

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Monitoring, Weyburn, member's statement, 110

Health care

Fetal alcohol syndrome and fetal alcohol effect, prevention and elimination M. (Draude), 1926-28

Hospitals

Melfort

Expanded, renovated, official opening, member's statement, 1100

Long-term care

New facility to replace Parkland Care Centre, announcement, member's statement, 1100

Oil industry

CO2 enhanced oil recovery program, Weyburn, PanCanadian Petroleum Limited, member's statement, 110

Passover

Celebration, member's statement, 543

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 855

Public service

Employee recognition, Provincial Ombudsman report, Kudos Honour Roll, member's statement, 2141-42

Rural communities

Economic development, member's statement, 259

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman), 493-95

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 503

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 304)

Second reading, 857

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1151

Third reading, 1153

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1306, 1335, 1659-60

Sports

Golf

Deer Valley Golf and Estates, near Lumsden, official opening, July 3, 2001, member's statement, 2312

Royal Regina Golf Club, clubhouse, address, June 9, 2001, member's statement, 1806

Students

Science fairs

Qu'Appelle Valley Regional, Lumsden, member's statement, 482

Tobacco Control Committee

Bakken

Final report, 390

Value-added industries/products

Fueling Change conference, Weyburn, March 21, 2001, member's statement, 9-10

Workers' compensation

Survivor benefits, one-time tax free payment, old age security clawback, remission order sought, member's statement, 2227

 

Weekes, Mr. Randy (Saskatchewan Party, Redberry Lake)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 214-18

Assessment Management Agency Amdt. Act (No. 22)

Second reading, 1108

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 412-15

Business

Junior Achievement of Northern Saskatchewan awards, 2001, member's statement, 108

Community-based organizations

Funding, lack of, 413-14

Democratic Unionism Act (No. 215)

First reading, 520

Dietitians Act (No. 5)

Second reading, 961-62

Education

Graduation

St. Gabriel School, Biggar, member's statement, 2226

Education, post-secondary

Tuition fees, increase, 414

Employment

Loss, 413

Energy

Rebates to consumers, petitions, 1511, 2224, 2251, 2309, 2347, 2389

Farm families

Health and safety programs, ministerial statement (Trew), 88

Farm safety

Children, ministerial statement (Trew), 88

Farm safety net, 415

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 415

Freehold Oil and Gas Production Tax Amdt. Act (No. 11)

Second reading, 1814

Gross revenue insurance program (GRIP), 414-15

Health care

Commission on Medicare, final report, referral to Health Care Committee, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Gantefoer), 1345-46

Hearing Aid Sales and Services Act (No. 26)

Second reading, 1119

Highways and roads

Gravel, reverting to, petitions, 784

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1446-47

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Second reading, 525-26

Hospitals

Hafford, ensure it remains open, petitions, 542, 565, 639, 659, 702, 736, 762, 836, 868

Income tax

Status quo, 413

Infrastructure

Needs, Redberry Lake area, 414

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 815-24, 1066-70, 2079-85

Labour force

New workers, information booklet, Guide for New Workers, ministerial statement (Trew), 1021

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2001, member's statement, 764, 771

Labour Relations Board

Adjudication, government managerial positions unionized, 458-59, 768-69

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1642-44

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1786-90, 1792-94

Legislative Assembly members

Saskatoon Idylwyld constituency

Member resides at Hotel Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1044

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002, 475-76

Music

Prairie Region Cadet Honour Band, Elisa Sargent, band member, Borden, member's statement, 787

Natural gas

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates), 1581-82

Occupational health and safety

Occupational Health and Safety Week, May 6-12, 2001, member's statement, 954-55

Occupational Health and Safety Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1642

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2078-79

Parkland Health District

Board, decision on Blaine Lake Medical Clinic, petitions, 900

Personal care homes

Langham Senior Citizens Home, personal care home licence application, 1839

Police Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 43)

Second reading, 1564

Power Corporation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 9)

Second reading, 1024

Property tax

Increase, 412-13, 415

Provincial sales tax

Expanded, 412

Public service

Managerial positions unionized, 1401-2, 2098

Numbers, increase, 413, 415

Negotiations, SGEU strike vote, 2099

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1615-17

Railway Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 52)

Second reading, 1670

Rural Revitalization Office, 414

Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1287

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Rates

Rebate, 413

Securities Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 2)

Second reading, 745

Small business

Tax reduction, 413

Sports

Athletics

Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association championships, Wendy Linnell, Joleen Saccucci, silver medalists, Hafford Central School, member's statement, 2350

Rodeo

Biggar Central School 2000, Jordan Laventure and Christen Laventure, participants, High School Rodeo Association, member's statement, 2197-98

Student Assistance and Student Aid Fund Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1196-97

Taxation

Relief, lack of, 412

Telephones

911 emergency service, province wide, petitions, 1483, 1565, 1598, 1629, 1659, 1742, 1773-74, 1804, 1833, 1861-62, 1907

Cellular service

Northern districts, ten, petitions, 1130, 1156, 1186, 1218, 1242, 1274, 1307, 1336, 1394, 1426, 1454, 2061, 2091, 2141, 2189

Theatre

St. Gabriel's School, Biggar, Meet the Creeps, by Tim Kelly, member's statement, 903

Trade Union Amdt. Act, 2001 (Freedom of Speech in the Workplace) (No. 226)

First reading, 2319

Utilities

Rates, increase, 413

Workers' compensation

Survivor benefits, one-time tax free payment, old age security clawback, member's statement, 2254

Workers' Compensation Board

Accountability, 397, 431

Retirement

Stan Cameron, Board Chair, party, 362-63, 431

Stan Cameron, Board Chair, party cancellation, 397

Review 2000 of the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board: Recurring and Current Administrative Issues, 328-29, 740, 767

Terminations, management staff, 328, 362

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 928

 

Wiberg, Mr. Daryl (Saskatchewan Party, Saskatchewan Rivers)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 181-88

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1743

Citizens

Lakeland community, 2001 Citizens of the Year, Blake and Stella Jones, member's statement, 454

Class Actions Act (No. 13)

Second reading, 963-65

Commission on Medicare

Hospitals, closure, effect, northern Saskatchewan, 644

Communities

Macdowall, volunteers, Macdowall Housing Authority, recognition, member's statement, 1745-46

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1087

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 2001, member's statement, 9

Forest industry

Closure, Ainsworth Lumber, 205, 396-97

Investor confidence, 399

Government

Accountability, questioned, member's statement, 325

Hearing Aid Sales and Services Act (No. 26)

Second reading, 1641-42

High schools

Wesmore Community High School, winners, McKercher Cup mock trial competition, Canadian Bar Association, member's statement, 1428

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2239-41

Historic Properties Foundations Act (No. 3)

Second reading, 792-94

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1033-35

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 19)

Second reading, 1197-98

Libraries

Birch Hills Public Library

Wapiti Award, 2000, member's statement, 275

Métis Act (No. 42)

Second reading, 2266-68

Natural gas

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates), 1576-78

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates); questions and comments, 1584-85

Northern Affairs Office

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 1038-40, 1852-59

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act (No. 25)

Second reading, 1502, 1847-49

Oil and Gas Conservation Amdt. Act (No. 10)

Second reading, 1813-14

Partnership Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 1)

Second reading, 1706

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2001 (No. 8)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 673-75

Rail transportation/Railways

Carlton Trail Railways, OmniTRAX subsidiary, grain transport restored from Birch Hills, member's statement, 1487

Royal Canadian Legion

Prince Albert Branch, 75th anniversary, 2001, member's statement, 1568

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2001-2002), 2297-98

Special care homes

Smeaton and District Care Home Co-operative, opened December 1, 2000, member's statement, 662-63

Special Olympic Games

Special Olympics Plaza, Prince Albert, dedication, member's statement, 1045

Sports

Archery

Saskatchewan Junior Male Athlete of the Year, Owen Gunther, Spruce Home, member's statement, 169

Basketball

Provincial I AA competition, Moose Jaw, Birch Hills Marauders, winners, member's statement, 483

Karate

Aurora Karate Club, Prince Albert, demolition, old museum, Paddockwood, Guinness Book of World Records title, member's statement, 2349

Softball

Annual playoffs, Squirt D girls and Pee Wee C girls, July 6, 2001, Birch Hills, host town, member's statement, 2393

Theatre

Birch Hills High School, Birch Hills, Godspell, hit musical performance, member's statement, 1132

Tourism

Business expansion, Love, Mary Marshande, cottage development, opening, June 10, 2001, member's statement, 1807

Volunteers

North Central Regional Recreational Association, volunteer recognition, April 29, 2001, member's statement, 839-40

 

 

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Agriculture

Funding, increase, 312

Ambulance service

Air ambulance

Purchase of additional, 312

Attitude

Positive, leads to success, member's statement, 1221-22

Budget

Balanced

Eighth consecutive, 312

Good news budget, member's statement, 453

Budget (March 30, 2001)

Speakers, 310-15

Business

Swift Current Business Excellence awards, May 23, 2001, member's statement, 1276

Canada Farm Income Program (CFIP), 312

Children

Early childhood development program, implementation, M. (Prebble), 1004-9

Hunger, reduction, 312

Tobacco use, protection, petitions, 512, 1395

Co-operatives

Melfort Co-op, record sales, member's statement, 663

Pioneer Co-op, Swift Current, record sales and renovations, member's statement, 903

CommunityNet, 313

Credit unions

Shellbrook Credit Union, record equity payments, member's statement, 1131-32

Economy

Confidence

Regina, member's statement, 2197

Diversification, 312

Education

Funding, 313

Special education

Funding, 314

Employment development

Commitment not attained, M. (Wakefield); amdt. (Yates), 1758-65

Farm machinery industry

Expansion, Honey Bee Manufacturing Ltd., Frontier, member's statement, 1101

Government

Fiscal responsibility, 312

Health care

Funding, increase, 312

Highways and roads

Funding, 313

Primary system, improvement, 313

Highway No. 1

Twinning, funding, 313

Thin membrane surface

Upgrading

Funding, 313

Income

Child tax credit, increase, 311

Seniors' tax credit, increase, 311

Income tax

Debt reduction surtax

Elimination, 311

Flat tax

Elimination, 311

Indexing, 311

Provincial tax credits, increases

Caregivers, 311

Disabled and handicapped persons, 311

Post-secondary education, 311

Reduction, 311

Indians/First Nations

Full participation in economy and society

Budget initiatives, member's statement, 274-75

Legislative Assembly members

Members of the Legislative Assembly, government employees, impartiality and co-operation in police investigations M. (Heppner); amdt. (Yates), 1407-9

Métis

Full participation in economy and society

Budget initiatives, member's statement, 274-75

Natural gas

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates), 1578-79

Prices, M. (Wall); amdt. (Yates); questions and comments, 1584-85

Prices, Saskatoon StarPhoenix article, member's statement, 1633

Rate increase

Refer SaskEnergy back to Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel, M. (Wall); amdt. (Cline), 1536-42

Oil industry

Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show, Weyburn, June 6-7, 2001, member's statement, 1601

Poverty

Assistance programs, 312, 313

Premier

Business luncheon, May 2, 2001, member's statement, 870

Professionals, regulated

Incorporation, 312

Prostitution

Child prostitution

Protection, legislation, M. (Julé); amdt. (Yates); amdt. (Toth), 849-51

Rural revitalization

Government plan, commendation M. (Wartman); questions and comments, 503

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Funding, increase, 312

Schools

Community schools, expansion, 314

Internet access

Learning resources, 313

St. Theresa School, Regina, inducted into League of Peaceful Schools, member's statement, 1663

Small business

Tax reduction, 312

Smoking

Public places, workplaces and school property, ban, legislation, petitions, 1336

Social assistance

Caseloads, reduction, member's statement, 2391

Dependence, reduction, 312

Special care homes

Gull Lake and District Special Care Home, expansion, member's statement, 83

Taxation

Competitive, 311

Intercity comparisons, 314-15

Simple, fair system, 311

Telephones

911 service, expansion, southeast Saskatchewan, member's statement, 324

Cellular service

Expansion, rural Saskatchewan, member's statement, 987

Tourism

Value to employment and economic development, M. (Thomson), 1589-93

Tourism Saskatchewan

Tourist information, cellphone, partnership with SaskTel Mobility, member's statement, 1688

Training programs

Investment, strategic, 314

Utilities

Rebates for utility rate increases, M. (Wall); amdt. (Addley), 732-33