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3rd Session, 24th Legislature

2002-2003

 

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Addley, Mr. Graham (NDP, Saskatoon Sutherland)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 149–57, 170

Agriculture

Genomics, awards, Veterinary Infectious Disease Organization, University of Saskatchewan, National Research Council Plant Biotechnology Institute, Saskatoon, member's statement, 740

Business

Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) awards, 2002, member's statement, 1441

Children

Early Childhood Intervention Week, April 22-28, 2002, member's statement, 997–98

CommunityNet

Expansion

Continue, to schools, communities, government offices, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (D'Autremont), 780–84

Credit unions

Canora Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan, growth, assets, member's statement, 1009

Kerrobert Credit Union, payments to members, member's statement, 1035–36

Prairie Diamond Credit Union, growth, assets, member's statement, 1472

Saskatoon Credit Union, winner, national Community Economic Development Award, Credit Union Central of Canada, member's statement, 454

Crown corporations

Member's statement, 3037–38

Economic development

Member's statement, 2182–83

Economy

Confidence

News headlines, member's statement, 310

Estimates Committee

Third report, M. (Addley) for concurrence, 1696

Farm families

Income

Crisis, awareness campaign, students, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement, 2450–51

Film industry

Edge Entertainment, Saskatoon, film production company, member's statement, 1553

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2899–2902

Housing

Construction, increase

Saskatoon, member's statement, 1317–18

Investment

Venture capital, development, member's statement, 2029

Mother's Day

Mother's Day, May 12, 2002, member's statement, 1318

Natural gas

Gas rights

Wells drilled, new, member's statement, 2857

Oil industry

Petroleum rights, land sale, Crown petroleum and natural gas rights, member's statement, 2964

Potash industry

Member's statement, 1385–86

Radio stations

Tourism Radio, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1673

Schools

Catholic Schools for Tomorrow award

Catholic Curriculum Online Web site, Saskatchewan Catholic school divisions, member's statement, 93

Dr. John Egnatoff School, Saskatoon, Artists of Erindale project, member's statement, 1623

Sexual assault

Awareness Week, April 7-13, 2002, member's statement, 483

Telephones

Cellular service

Expansion, SaskTel Mobility, member's statement, 2348

University of Saskatchewan

Construction, renovation, member's statement, 1855

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 170–75

Centenarians

Eros, Julia, Spiritwood, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 2937–38

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 216, 278, 325–26, 354, 452, 738, 1468, 1551–52, 1696, 1786, 1850, 1959–60

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 966, 1093, 2402, 2448, 2611

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 2002, member's statement, 163

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 626, 1384

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1980–82

Fishing

Besnard Lake, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, petitions, 657, 904, 1155, 1174, 1254–55, 1336–37, 1438, 1492, 1667–68, 1724, 1750, 1818, 1903, 1994, 2082, 2180, 2261, 2317–18, 2346, 2516, 2583

Lake of the Prairies, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, petitions, 2684

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1655–59

Expansion, investment, ministerial statement (Lautermilch), 1183–84

Softwood

USA tariffs, effects, 2454

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

Second reading, 2435

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2486–88

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2295, 2299–2301, 2305, 2633–36

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2821, 2855, 2907

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg), 1076–77

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1198–99

Hockey

Saskatchewan Hockey Association, Senior A, Shellbrook Elks, winners, member's statement, 793

Hospital waiting lists

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 2135

Indians/First Nations

National Aboriginal Day, June 21, 2002, member's statement, 2239

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 727–34, 1926–30

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 852, 878, 1033, 1061, 1223, 1285

Points of order

Debate

Language unparliamentary, withdraw and apologize, 296

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 294–96

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 297

Trade

Injury

Lobbying federal government, 2455

 

Atkinson, Ms. Pat (NDP, Saskatoon Nutana)

Art/Artists

Lindner, Ernest, 1897-1988, Saskatchewan landscape painting, bought by Western Development Museum, member's statement, 793

Books

Bones to Pick, by Suzanne North, launch on Canada Book Day, Saskatoon, member's statement, 906–7

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 443–48

Children

Child Hunger and Education Program, Saskatoon, volunteer appreciation breakfast, annual, member's statement, 1577–78

Saskatoon, healthy Canadian city, Canadian Institute for Health Information, member's statement, 1753–54

Co-operatives

Co-operative Membership and Globalization: Creating Social Cohesion through Market Relations, study, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement, 326

CommunityNet

Funding, federal and provincial, expansion to libraries, member's statement, 1472–73

Condolences

Link, Harry David (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1486

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2833–34

Education

Provincial achievements, member's statement, 2937

Standardized testing, Programme for International Student Assessment, Organization for Economic and Co-operative Development, Saskatchewan equity outcomes, member's statement, 1905–6

Film industry

Flicks: Saskatchewan International Film Festival for Young People, 7th annual, Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon, member's statement, 191

Golf

Canadian Junior Golf Championship, 64th, August 5-9, 2002, Saskatoon Golf and Country Club, host, member's statement, 1127

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2923–25

Health care

Saskatoon, healthy Canadian city, member's statement, 1753–54

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider decision on increases, M. (Gantefoer); amdt. (Junor), 776–78

Points of order

Language

Reference to member's debate speech as fanatical presentation, 2918

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 293–94

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 297

Synagogues

Agudas Israel Synagogue, Saskatoon, arson, April 5, 2002, member's statement, 483

Trade

Saskatchewan Opportunities Week, Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership Inc., Market Intelligence Group, winners, Champion in Strategic Intelligence Award, Competia, member's statement, 1441

Voluntarism

Blackstrap Regional Recreation Association, annual volunteer recognition awards, Asquith, member's statement, 996

Women

Survivors, child sexual abuse, services, Tamara's House, Saskatoon, official opening, May 23, 2002, member's statement, 1521

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Saskatoon, Women of Distinction awards, 21st annual, 2002, member's statement, 853

 

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

Books

Lipset, Seymour, professor, author, Agrarian Socialism, 1950, revised edition 1968, member's statement, 855

Casinos

Revenue

First Nations Fund

Expenditures, accounting, 2940, 2941–42

Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act (No. 49)

First reading, 1392

Second reading, 1528–29

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2120–21

Collection Agents Amdt. Act

Legislation, reconsideration, 1322

Collection Agents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 21)

First reading, 542

Second reading, 799–800

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2840

Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 20)

First reading, 489

Second reading, 666–67

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2117–18

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 3)

First reading, 99

Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, 2002 (No. 25)

First reading, 664

Second reading, 833–34

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2118–20

Crime

Northern Justice Symposium, April 24-26, 2002, Prince Albert, community-based crime prevention initiatives, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 1069

Discrimination and racism

Assembly condemns all forms of racism, condemns remarks of David Ahenakew, calls for his removal from executive positions, and as Member of Order of Canada, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Axworthy), 2999

Electronic Information and Documents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 7)

First reading, 134

Second reading, 529–30

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2115–16

Enforcement of Canadian Judgments Act, 2002 (No. 26)

First reading, 693

Second reading, 860–61

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1353

Third reading, 1356

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 27)

First reading, 747–48

Second reading, 861–62

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1353–55

Third reading, 1356

Family Maintenance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 8)

First reading, 134

Second reading, 530

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1351–52

Third reading, 1356

Firearms

Registration by January 1, 2003, injunction, 3041

Forest industry

Softwood

Legal actions before World Trade Organization, North American Free Trade Agreement, 1158–59

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1272–76, 2299–2306, 2626–36

Human rights

Universal Declaration, United Nations commemoration, Human Rights Day, December 10, 2002, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 2863–64

Independent Officers' Remuneration (Amdt.) Act, 2002 (No. 16)

First reading, 333

Second reading, 637

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1681–82

Third reading, 1683

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Claims, compensation, transmittal of information, apology, member's statement, 2829

Conflict of interest guidelines, Fraser Nicholson, president, resignation and new employment, 2382

Land titles, transactions, 2826

Resignation, Fraser Nicholson, president, 1626

Information, personal, confidential

Disclosure by government employees

Investigation, Privacy Commissioner, 1555

RCMP investigation, 1498

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

First reading, 799

Second reading, 976

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1355–56

Third reading, 1357

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 641–55, 1168–72, 1683–94, 2636–40

Victims Services, funding, 1064

Victims Services, programs, 1065

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system, 660, 974

Budget, 2035

International consultancy contracts, 1823

International sales, 660–61

Land titles

Common names, problem, 2689

Transactions, costs, 687

Transactions, costs, effect on Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency, 798

Transactions, paper records, 688

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1184–85

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2557

Third reading, 2564

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 33)

Second reading, 1185–86

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2557–58

Third reading, 2564

Legislative Assembly

Questions, matters before court, 2966–67

Members' Conflict of Interest Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 63)

First reading, 1732

Second reading, 1898–99

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2562–63

Third reading, 2564

Motor vehicles

Police impoundment when used to procure sexual services and prostitution, Highway Traffic Amdt. Act 2001, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 46

Pensions

Pension Benefits Amendment Regulations, 2002, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 397

Police services

Officers

Additional, funding, 44–45, 2244–45

John Popowich, Saskatoon

Malicious prosecution, settlement, 2185–87

Malicious prosecution, settlement, Crown prosecutors, 2322–23

Powers of Attorney Act, 2002 (No. 24)

First reading, 635

Second reading, 832–33

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1679–81

Third reading, 1683

Public service

Access to Canadian Police Information Centre, 1474

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 15)

First reading, 333

Second reading, 636

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1678–79

Raves

Child protection, 1497–98

Investigation, Saskatoon, 1496

Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002, (No. 9)

First reading, 134–35

Second reading, 530–31

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2558–61

Third reading, 2564

Registered Plan (Retirement Income) Exemption Act (No. 23)

First reading, 601

Second reading, 801

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1682–83

Third reading, 1683

Representation Act, 2002 (No. 82)

First reading, 2850

Second reading, 2850–51

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2851

Third reading, 2851

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Officers, relocation to Alberta for G-8 Summit, Saskatchewan police protection, costs, 2033–34, 2062–63

Saskatchewan Farm Security Act

Proclamation, 2860

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

First reading, 2325

Second reading, 2354

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2554–56

Third reading, 2563–64

Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Act (No. 59)

First reading, 1678

Second reading, 1893–94

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2561–62

Third reading, 2564

Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 60)

First reading, 1678

Second reading, 1898

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2562

Third reading, 2564

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Police investigation

Government action, matters presented to prosecutions department, 2912–13

Scholarships

Canadian Merit Scholarship Foundation, Mark Taylor, Bedford Road Collegiate, Saskatoon, recipient, member's statement, 391

Trade

Protectionism, United States

Softwood lumber, agriculture, Western Canadian conference, development of united front, 1159–60

Softwood lumber, discussions with federal government, 2454–55

Workers' compensation

Claims, criminal background checks, 1583

Young offenders

Programs

Initiatives, 197

 

 

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

Agriculture and Food Department

Contract, rural farm families report, conflict of interest, former minister, Eric Upshall, 94-95

Alcohol and drug abuse

Treatment centre, Weyburn, petitions, 1849

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 77)

Second reading, 2436

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2601

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 48)

Second reading, 2430-31

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2596-2601

Baseball

Larry Leflar, Bengough, Nyhus family, Ceylon, inductees, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, August 17, 2002, member's statement, 2771

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 448-49

Business

Kitchen, Liquor Board store, Regina, 2588-90

Casinos

Emerald Casino, Saskatoon, Prairieland Exhibition, operator, 25-year gaming agreement, new, concerns, 1036-37

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 387, 533, 593-94, 625-26, 1174, 1336, 1438, 1467, 1491, 1519, 1575, 1695, 2027, 2317, 2447, 2515

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2847-48

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, 657

Halt, petitions, 353, 1749, 1785-86, 1877-78, 1903, 1959, 1993, 2055, 2081, 2375

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1284

Ethanol

Investment

Private sector, Weyburn, 1673-74

Grain

Elevators

Pangman Storage and Loading, reopening, new name, member's statement, 686

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2820, 2854, 2906, 2961, 2987, 3017, 3035

Health care

ALS Awareness Week, June 16-22, 2002, member's statement, 2083-84

Centres

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 2611, 2683, 2769

Providers

Shortage, 1343

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1612-14, 2110-11, 2577-81

Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 62)

Second reading, 2197

Highways and roads

Highway No. 35

Repairs, petitions, 307

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2498-2501

Hospital waiting lists

Surgery, 1343

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2723-24

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2674-75

Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1533-36

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 830, 856

Reconsider decision on increases, M. (Gantefoer); amdt. (Junor), 766-74

Reconsider increases, petitions, 684, 737, 792, 824, 851, 1005, 1032, 1060, 1154, 1254, 1314

Members' Conflict of Interest Act

Amendments, 95

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Second reading, 2191-97

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Claims

Investigations, surveillance of claimants, personal injury representative, accountability, 2266-67

Investigation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, surveillance on insurance claimants

Videotape, 2266-67

Private investigators, use of, 1856-58

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Gaming agreement, new

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 25-year contract, 393-95, 970-71, 1012-13

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 25-year contract, negotiators, RCMP investigation, 426-27

First Nations, full jurisdiction, gaming on reserves, 2087-88

First Nations, full jurisdiction, gaming on reserves, process, 1067

Gaming revenue, shared, 1067-68

Police investigation, 394-95

Government action, prosecution, publicize, 2912

Revenue, misspent, recovery, 2913, 2938-39

Revenue, slot machine operations, taxpayers' money, 2969-70

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Lottery licences, proceeds, charitable or religious organizations, 1013-14

Price list, 2002, reissue with tax increase, 1390-91

Saskatchewan Party

Fundraiser, annual, Weyburn, member's statement, 854

Schools

Pangman School, maintain K to 12, petitions, 1092, 1817

Service clubs

Quota International, Weyburn, Women of the Year luncheon, 2002, community service awards, member's statement, 1127

Sheriffs

Retirement, Wendy Dammann, Weyburn, first woman sheriff, Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1963

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2236

Speech and hearing

Speech and Hearing Awareness Month, May 2002, member's statement, 1176

Students

Science fairs

Southeast Regional, Fillmore, Shannon Lozinsky and Megan Howe, Pangman High School, top honours, Katie Wolfe, Weyburn Comprehensive School, senior category for biotechnology, winner, member's statement, 1318

Tobacco Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1536

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 99-105

Astronomy

Comet Petriew, discovery 2001, Vance Petriew, commemoration, August 10, 2002, member's statement, 1827

Condolences

Ripley, James (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1488-89

Employment development

Oil sands, Alberta, Northern Neighbors - A Partnership for Jobs initiative, 168

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1743-48, 2651-65

Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (No. 71)

First reading, 1860

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2484-86

Third reading, 2490

Fishing

Licence vendors, Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management notice, telephone number, incorrect, 1180-81

Forest fires

Rural municipalities, communities, funding assistance, 1583-84, 1791, 2453

Forest industry

Northern forest protection worker training program, ministerial statement (Belanger), 223

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2486-88

Third reading, 2490

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2868-70

Health care

Centres

Athabasca Health Centre, Chicken Reserve, under construction, member's statement, 2518

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg), 1077-79

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1357-64, 1921-33

Lakes

Last Mountain Lake, dead fish, environmental concerns, 1445-46

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 980-87, 1507-14, 1951-57

Infrastructure, improvement, funding, lower, dam system, 392

Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act (No. 68)

First reading, 1794

Second reading, 2003

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act (No. 67)

First reading, 1794

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2482-84

Third reading, 2490

Supreme Court of Canada

Clerk, Sacha Paul, English River First Nation, appointment, May 2003-May 2004, member's statement, 421

Water

Last Mountain Lake

Effluent from Regina, 2522-23

Water quality, 132, 393

Consulting services, costs, payment, 632-33

Drinking water

Safe, 314, 2382

Safe, partnerships, 2382-83

Funding

New, 537

Government actions, 485-88, 537-38

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 506-9

Public inquiry, template for improvements, 332

North Battleford Water Inquiry

Recommendations, accepted, 487, 597

Report

Implement recommendations, 598

Release, 359-60, 392

Regulations

Changes, implementation, 538, 597

Non-compliance, government response, 539

Small communities

Perdue, problems, 1759-60

Problems, numbers, 166

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 47)

Second reading, 1861

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2488-89

Third reading, 2490

 

Bjornerud, Mr. Bob (Saskatchewan Party, Saltcoats)

Agriculture

Subsidies

Federal support, package details, 2264-65

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 670-72, 2745

Budget

Deficit

Editorial, The Melville Advance, member's statement, 629

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 383-86, 399-400

Cities Act (No. 75)

Second reading, 2435

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2478-80

Cities Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 76)

Second reading, 2435

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2480

Condolences

Gardiner, James Wilfrid (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2835

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2833

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, 459-60

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 750-52

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2656-59

Farm families

Increased costs, crop insurance and farm property taxes, 630-32

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1588-89

Farmland

Education tax, increase, 459

Fishing

Lake of the Prairies, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, petitions, 37, 91, 125, 159, 189, 277, 307, 325, 353, 387, 451, 481, 533, 593, 625, 657, 683, 737, 791, 1153, 1173, 1253, 1335, 1437, 1467, 1491, 1519, 1575, 1619, 1667, 1695, 1723, 1749, 1785, 1817, 1849, 1903, 1959, 2027, 2055, 2081, 2209, 2237, 2261, 2317, 2345, 2375, 2401, 2447, 2515, 2611, 2683, 2769, 2820, 2853, 2905

Forest fires

Rural municipalities, communities, funding assistance, 1583-84

Government

Reorganization

Rural municipalities, effect, 283

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1215-17, 1218-20, 2298-99

Health care

Renal dialysis

Donation, Health Foundation of East Central Saskatchewan, IMC Global, Esterhazy, hemodialysis unit, Yorkton Hospital, member's statement, 1009

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2101-3

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1199-1200

Hockey

Women's Winter Olympics team, Dana Antel team member, appreciation night, Esterhazy, member's statement, 40

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1930

Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 45)

Second reading, 2098

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2475

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 823, 903, 993, 1005, 1031, 1059, 1091, 1221, 1283

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 52)

Second reading, 2097-98

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2474

Municipalities

Revenue sharing

Grants, 131, 797

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 56)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2477-78

Police services

Officers

Additional, 1908

Property

Assessment

Agricultural land, 1391-92

Property tax

Increase, 131-32

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1123

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Officers, relocation to Alberta for G-8 Summit, Saskatchewan police protection, 1908

Officers, relocation to Alberta for G-8 Summit, Saskatchewan police protection, costs, 2033-34, 2062-63

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 55)

Second reading, 2433

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2477

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Second reading, 2436

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2231-33

Tax Enforcement Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 10)

Second reading, 1351, 1560-62

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1560-62

Teachers

Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence, Certificate of Achievement, Kevin Hrycay, Esterhazy, recipient, member's statement, 2083

Urban Municipal Administrators Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 11)

Second reading, 1560

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1560

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 54)

Second reading, 2433

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2475-77

 

Boyd, Mr. Bill (Saskatchewan Party, Kindersley)

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 339-50, 363-65

Crop insurance

Annual crop rainfall program, 222-23

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, 193-95, 221-22

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, M. (Boyd), 224

Drought

Assistance, 193

Ethanol

Greenprint for ethanol production in Saskatchewan, ministerial statement (Thomson), 169-70

Farm safety net, 15-16, 314

Farmland

Property tax rebate, 315

Hockey

Bantam B females, provincial championship, Eston Hurricanes, winners, member's statement, 281

Provincial Midget A Female Championships, Eston Panthers, winners, member's statement, 356

Income

Low, government programs, retention of child maintenance, petitions, 91

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Resignation, 428

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 65-69

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 680, 1943-45

Air cadets

Air Cadet League of Canada, Certificate of Honour, Gordon McRae, Davidson, recipient, member's statement, 2857-58

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 5)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1566

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2197-2201

Business

Youth Business Excellence Awards

Beechy and Outlook, member's statement, 1855

Cancer

Survivors

Relay for Life, Saskatoon, Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser, Tristin Vincente, Tricky's Troop team, Bladworth, member's statement, 1821

Children

Behaviour, bullying, educational films, Kim Ehman, producer, Craik, member's statement, 855

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 37, 452, 481, 684, 904, 1006, 1092, 1695

Condolences

Heggie, Robert Andrew (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1478

Pederson, Martin (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1487

Crop insurance

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 2933-34, 2962, 2987

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 307, 594, 792, 877, 966, 1032, 1336, 1491-92, 1959

Culture

Last Mountain Lake Cultural Centre, official opening, June 22, 2002, member's statement, 2262

Curling

Saskatchewan Curling Association, Junior Women's competition, Jolene McIvor, Davidson, provincial winning rink, bronze medal at Canadian Juniors competition, 2002, member's statement, 969

Saskatchewan Elks Association Men's Curling Event, La Ronge, February 15-17, 2002, Hanley Elks Club, winners, member's statement, 129

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1619, 2448

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 27)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1354-55

Environment

Craik Eco-Village, model ecological village, sod-turning, member's statement, 2613

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1377-80, 2659-61

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2123

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1986-90

Fires

Bladworth, April 26, 2002, member's statement, 1064

Girvin United Church, April 11, 2002, member's statement, 629-30

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2821, 2854, 2906

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2882-84

Health care

Centres

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 354, 657, 824, 851, 1060, 1383, 1438, 2027, 2345-46, 2401, 2611, 2683, 2769, 3018, 3035

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2110

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 1468, 1519, 1551, 1575, 1723, 1749, 1817, 1849, 1878, 1903, 2055, 2081, 2179, 2209, 2261, 2317, 2375-76

Hockey

Saskatchewan Hockey League, Senior D, Kenaston Blizzards, 2002 winners, member's statement, 279-80

Honours and awards

Saskatchewan Junior Citizen of the Year, Liza Percy, Davidson, recipient, member's statement, 2912

Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 6)

Second reading, 808-9

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1742-43

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1355-56

Lakes

Last Mountain Lake, dead fish, environmental concerns, 1445-46

Last Mountain Lake, stewardship committee, concerns, 2034

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 994, 1154, 1222, 1254, 1284, 1314

Marathons

Joints in Motion, Orlando, Florida, fundraiser for Arthritis Society, Shelley Cross, Davidson, participant, member's statement, 794

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 1707

Private Members' Bills Committee

Fifth report, M. (Brkich) for concurrence, 995

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124-25

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 1707

Rodeo

Canadian Cowboys' Association, bull riding championship, Vincent Northrup, Bladworth, 2001 champion, member's statement, 391-92

Canadian Cowboys' Association, rodeo finals, October 24-27, 2002, Dallas Bessey, Bladworth, bareback winner, member's statement, 3021

Outlook and District Spring Rodeo, 10th annual, member's statement, 1127

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 296-97

Saskatchewan Valley Potato Corporation

Losses, 972

Potato sheds, sale, 972

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 981-85, 987, 1511-14, 1954-56, 2619-21, 2623, 2624-26

Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act (No. 68)

Second reading, 2228-31

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2480-82

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 4)

Second reading, 1136-37

Snowmobiling

Trails, provincial, grooming, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, funding, petitions, 626

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2233-35

Students

TD Canada Trust Scholarships for Outstanding Community Leadership, Elizabeth Pryor, Hawarden and David Radie, Regina, recipients, member's statement, 1287-88

Teachers

Hertz, Michael, Kenaston, community tribute, member's statement, 1495-96

Saskatchewan Council of Educational Administration, Administrative Excellence Award, Brenda Edwards, Regina Beach, recipient, member's statement, 2378

Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, Arbos Award, Elaine Hanson, Outlook, recipient, member's statement, 1472

Theatre

Kenaston dinner theatre, annual event, Who Done it, and to Whom?, member's statement, 218-19

Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 14)

Second reading, 1133-36

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2076-79

Villages and communities

Strongfield, 90th anniversary celebrations, member's statement, 2686

Voluntarism

Award, Jim Cook Citizen of the Year, Outlook Chamber of Commerce, Helen Campbell, recipient, member's statement, 309

Water

Last Mountain Lake

Effluent from Regina, 1261-62, 2522

Effluent from Regina, public communication, 1289-91

Testing, 1291-92

Water quality

World Water Day, March 22, 2002, member's statement, 190

 

 

C

 

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

Agriculture

Subsidies

Federal support package inadequate for Canadian farmers, M. (Calvert), 2219-21

Federal support, discussions, 1756, 2031-32, 2379-80

Federal support, package details, 1907-8, 1964-65

Federal support, package details, new money, 2184-85

Federal support, package details, provincial reaction, 2214-15

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Motion for debate, amendment, 1096

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, federal response, 1128-29

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1109-10

Western governments, opposition leaders, meeting, 1260-61

Budget

Balanced

Ninth consecutive, 312

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, independent government report, 2032

Harassment allegation, independent government report, cost, 2059, 2217

Harassment allegation, independent government report, release, 2059, 2268

Harassment allegation, investigation, cost, 1499

Resignation, 2059

Harassment guidelines, protocol development, 2033

Child protection

Case workers, numbers, increase, 13

Condolences

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2831

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2839-40

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Members, nomination, 195-96

Culture

Cameco Victoria Park Summer Festival, Saskatoon, 2nd annual, June 14-16, 2002, member's statement, 2083

Discrimination and racism

Assembly condemns all forms of racism, condemns remarks of David Ahenakew, calls for his removal from executive positions, and as Member of Order of Canada, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Axworthy), 2999-3000

Economy

Growth

Plans, 12, 284

Projection, Statistics Canada, 330

Education

Funding

Increase, 42

Elections, 3042-43

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain

Legislative Assembly extends congratulations to Your Majesty, on this year of celebration marking the fiftieth anniversary of Your Accession, M. (Calvert), 1393-94

Ethanol

Development, 1732

Executive Council

Cabinet Planning Unit, senior policy adviser, Kathy Langlois, position, salary, 423

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2696-2718

Farm families

Income

Crisis, federal bridge financing, 1001

Farm safety net, 15

Farmers/Producers

Government assistance, 1731

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 329-30

Forest fires

Nipawin, disaster assistance, 2406-7

Government

Accomplishments, 2349-50, 2408-9, 2859-60

Credibility, 1887

Plans, 3042

Reorganization, 2617-18

Administrative savings, 282

Health care, effect, 285

Rural municipalities, effect, 283-84

Government expenditures

Deficit and debt, optimism, 2825-26

Reduced, 282

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Acceptable in principle, implementation process, unacceptable, 2860-61

Legislative Assembly

Questions, 2134

Twenty-fourth legislature, third session, progress, 2776-77

Votes and Proceedings, printing, M. (Calvert), 7

Legislative Assembly members

Comment, during debate, Bill No. 40, Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002, 2586

Long-term care

Fees

Assessment, individuals, 999

Increase

Cancelled, ministerial statement (Calvert), 1322-23

Inaccurate information, 857

Reconsideration, 1036

Olympic Games

Olympians, recognition of achievement of Saskatchewan 2001 Special Winter Olympians, 2002 Paralympians, 2002 Winter Olympians, M. (Calvert), 1760-61

Population

Decline

Economic impact, 14-15

Potato industry

Storage facilities

Government ownership, resignation of cabinet minister, 2915-16

Premier

Caucus, bus travel, public hearings, 12-13

Pro Forma Bill

First reading, 6-7

Royal family

Earl and Countess of Wessex, provincial visit, June 18-23, 2003, and recognition of Saskatchewan Committee for the Queen's Golden Jubilee, ministerial statement (Calvert), 2917

Saskatchewan

Future, plans, 286

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investigation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, surveillance on insurance claimants, 1911

Saskatchewan Party

Grow Saskatchewan strategy, 331, 1319-20

Speech from the Throne

Consideration, March 15, 2002, M. (Calvert), 7

Plans for 2002-2003, 311

Trade

Injury

Compensation, federal responsibility, 2320-21

Protectionism, United States

Softwood lumber, agriculture, federal response, 1179

Softwood lumber, agriculture, Western Canadian conference, proposal, 1178

Tributes

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain, 362

Voluntarism

Saskatchewan voluntary sector initiative, ministerial statement (Calvert), 1003

Water quality

North Battleford Water Inquiry, 427

Kathy Langlois, senior policy adviser, Cabinet Planning Unit

Role, 424-25

 

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

Agriculture

Subsidies

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1118-20

Appropriation Act, 2002 (No. 1) (No. 22)

First reading, 526

Second reading, 526

Third reading, 526

Appropriation Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 64)

First reading, 1710

Second reading, 1710

Third reading, 1711

Appropriation Act, 2002 (No. 3) (No. 80)

First reading, 2461

Second reading, 2461

Third reading, 2461

Appropriation Act, 2002 (No. 4) (No. 81)

First reading, 2805

Second reading, 2805

Third reading, 2805

Budget

Accounting practices, change, 220

Audited financial statements, 458

Balanced

Drawing on savings, 457, 663

Deficit, 45

Moody's Investment Services, credit rating upgrade, 1886

Planning, 1132

Budget (March 27, 2002), 316-23

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 36)

First reading, 1041

Second reading, 1166-67

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2291

Third reading, 2489

Crown corporations

Debt, 396

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Dividends, 911-12

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, deductible

2002 budget, 165

Education

Funding

Infrastructure, increase, 328-29

Emergency services

New building, Aberdeen, official opening, June 1, 2002, member's statement, 1754

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 887-94, 1459-66, 1935-43

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 35)

First reading, 1040-41

Second reading, 1165-66

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2469-71

Third reading, 2489

Forest fires

Costs, 1859

Government

Credit rating, upgrade, Moody's Investors Services, ministerial statement (Cline), 1263-64

Financial management

Cash management practices, 312-13

Quarterly reports, 2451

Summary financial statements, 220-21

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2954-58

Summary financial statements, deficit, 2001-2002, 2773

Government expenditures

Debt, 45

Deficit and debt, optimism, 2826

Health care

Funding, 193

Health districts

Amalgamation, debt, 426

Income tax

Reduction, effective January 2003, ministerial statement (Cline), 2995-96

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 58)

First reading, 1678

Second reading, 1889-91

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2288-91

Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 30)

First reading, 914

Second reading, 1164

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2284-88

Members of the Legislative Assembly Benefits Act (No. 78)

First reading, 2089

Second reading, 2227

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2472-73

Third reading, 2489

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002

General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline), 2805

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003

General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline), 526, 1710, 2461, 2805

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 513-26, 526, 1707-10, 2455-61

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 66)

First reading, 1761

Second reading, 1892-93

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2473-74

Third reading, 2489

Museums

Western Development Museum, Winning the Prairie Gamble: the Saskatchewan Story, provincial centennial exhibit, member's statement, 1963-64

Public Employees Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 17)

First reading, 398

Second reading, 638-39

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1711-12

Third reading, 1722

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2002

General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline), 2805

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003

General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline), 526

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 513-26, 526, 1707-10, 2455-61

Saskatchewan Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 18)

First reading, 398

Second reading, 639

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1712-14

Third reading, 1722

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Rates, 664

Service clubs

Rotary Club of Saskatoon Riversdale, Golden Wheel awards, 16th annual, 2002, member's statement, 794

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 19)

First reading, 398

Second reading, 640

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1715-16

Third reading, 1722

Tobacco Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 31)

First reading, 914

Second reading, 1164-65

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1716-21

Third reading, 1722

Water

Reservoir, pumping station, pipeline, Martensville, sod-turning, June 28, 2002, member's statement, 2403

Water quality

Funding

Municipal Financing Corporation, 634-35

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 121-23, 135-44

Art/Artists

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, member's statement, 1494

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 373-77

Crown corporations

Contribution to economy, 358

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 693-705, 1304-8, 1869-76, 2369-73

Fiscal Stabilization Fund

Criticism, 357, 359

Government

Databases, personal information, security, 2353

Financial management

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2947-49

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1279-82, 2306-10

Health care

Research, indigenous people's health research centre, federal grant, member's statement, 686

Information, personal, confidential

Disclosure by government employees

Government investigation, independent firm, 1498-99

RCMP investigation, 1473

Remedial action, 1475

Protection, security, 1473-74, 1476-77

Internet

Cisco Systems, Inc., training course, 1729

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1055-57, 1514-17

Sports

Canadian Sport Policy, endorsement, provinces and territories, April 6, 2002, ministerial statement (Crofford), 691-92

Status of the Artist Act (No. 73)

First reading, 1860

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2363-69

Third reading, 2369

Youth

Only in Saskatchewan competition, member's statement, 1442-43

 

 

D

 

 

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

Agriculture Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 655

Air cadets

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

675 Bow Valley Squadron, Oxbow, 723 Moose Mountain Squadron, Carlyle, parade and awards, member's statement, 1442

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 77)

Second reading, 2191

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2360-63

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 403-6

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, actions of Premier, 2407-9

Harassment allegation, independent government report, cost, 2059

Harassment allegation, independent government report, release, 2059-60, 2268-69

Harassment allegation, investigation, 2267-68

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 2515-16

CommunityNet

Expansion

Continue, to schools, communities, government offices, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (D'Autremont), 784-86

Condolences

Johnson, Eldon Arthur (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1482

Link, Harry David (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1484

Ripley, James (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1488

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2840-41

Members, nomination, 195-96

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2864

Continuing Select Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2864-65

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1167-68

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 3)

Second reading, 527

Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, 2002 (No. 25)

Second reading, 834

Crop insurance

Calculation, long-term average yield, option to omit 2002 crop year, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Serby), 3055-56

Education Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1187-88

Education Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2864

Elections

Constituency boundaries, 196

Electronic Information and Documents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 7)

Second reading, 530

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 609-10

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1143-45

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 27)

Second reading, 862

Environment Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2864

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1404

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1404-5

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 576-81

Firearms

Registration by January 1, 2003, injunction, 3040-41

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

Second reading, 2008-9

Fundraising

Arcola skating rink, member's statement, 94

Government

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, M. (Heppner), 960-64

Health Care Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 655

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1295-96

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 58)

Second reading, 1891-92

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 734

Information technology

Government services, EDS proposal

Costs, containment, 3024-25

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

Second reading, 976

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2042-45

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system

Land titles

Common names, problem, 2689-90

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1185

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, December 18, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 3056

Adjournment, July 10, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 2814-15

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Recognition, leukemia survivor, first anniversary, member's statement, 2347

Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 30)

Second reading, 1164

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 965, 994, 1314

Members' Conflict of Interest Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 201)

First reading, 333

Non-controversial Bills Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2864

Personal injury protection plan

Claimants, treatment outcome study, University of Saskatchewan, commissioned by Saskatchewan Government Insurance, 2242-43

Points of order

Debate

Comments by non-participants, unparliamentary, apologize, 860

Comments in context of Bill before House, 2165

Respect and decorum during debate, 2073

Election, general, motion, reasons for action, 2979

Language

Reference to member's comments as "sprouting misinformation," 975

Reference to member's debate speech as fanatical presentation, 2918

Reference to Minister of Crown Investments Corporation as hurricane Maynard, 543

Reference to official opposition as "snake oil salesmen," 974

Unparliamentary language, 635

Use of quotes in House deliberations, 635

Question period

Inadequate responses to questions, 3026-27

No points of order by members, no rulings by Speaker, 361

Reference to presence or absence of members not permitted, 3043-44

Saskatchewan Party not responsible for provincial government during 1980s, 398

Tabling documents, Deputy Premier, member for Yorkton, misleading House in failing to provide copies, 2064

Potato industry

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Draft agreement, sales, Chad Neibaur, Idaho, 1791-92

Prescription Drugs Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1325-26

Private Members' Bills Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 914, 2864

Privilege

Information, inaccurate and incomplete, Minister of Crown Investments Corporation, 1887-88

Privileges and Elections Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2865

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Public Employees Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 17)

Second reading, 639

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 15)

Second reading, 636-37

Registered Plan (Retirement Income) Exemption Act (No. 23)

Second reading, 801-2

Regulations Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 2865

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 55)

Second reading, 1864-65

Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 69)

Second reading, 1900

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Act (No. 43)

Second reading, 1837-38

Saskatchewan Party

Anniversary, Economic Development vote, member's statement, 2347-48

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2314-15

Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act (No. 68)

Second reading, 2003-4

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 3033-34

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 4)

Second reading, 621-22

Small business

Restaurants, Bistro Belge, Bellegarde, high school student summer project, member's statement, 2450

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 47)

Second reading, 1861-62

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 72)

Second reading, 2357-60

 

Dearborn, Mr. Jason (Saskatchewan Party, Kindersley)

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2888-90

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Gratitude to constituents for election, member's statement, 2824

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 3032-33

 

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

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2745, 2748

Badminton

Saskatchewan Badminton Association, junior series, James Nataraj, Nicole Hrycak, Calin Yablonski, Wadena youth, member's statement, 454-55

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 377-80

Business

Saskatoon and District Chamber of Commerce, Agribusiness Leadership Award, Germain Dauk, Naicam, recipient, member's statement, 2911

Centenarians

Reynolds, William, Wadena, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 2211-12

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 481, 1153, 1335, 1491, 1519, 1551, 1575, 1695, 1877, 2209, 2317

Condolences

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2834

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2845-46

Consulates General Canada

New York, Pamela Wallin, Consul General, formerly of Wadena, member's statement, 2348-49

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 3)

Second reading, 1270-72

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 701-2, 704

Curling

Nokia Brier 2002, March 9-17, Calgary, Saskatchewan team, member's statement, 11

Dance

Wadena Ukrainian Dancers, competitions, Regina, member's statement, 1442

Drought

Assistance, 2616

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1173, 1619, 1667, 1723, 1749, 1785, 1993, 2027

Economy

Growth

Plans, 284

Education

Costs, downloaded onto boards of education, forcing cuts in programming, teacher layoffs, higher property taxes, condemnation, M. (Draude); amdt. (Forbes), 1244-48

Funding

Operational, 331-32

Property taxes, increase, teaching and administrative positions, programs, cut, 1097-98

Education Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 34)

Second reading, 2098-99

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2248-49

Education Infrastructure Financing Corporation

Capital projects, new, funding process, 2993

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 604-6

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1045-47

Farmers/Producers

Outstanding Young Farmer award, Saskatchewan, Shirley and Peter Voldeng, Naicam, member's statement, 2263

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day Act (No. 203)

First reading, 1705

Second reading, 2693-94

Third reading, 2696

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 892-93

Forest fires

Archerwill, community firefighters, member's statement, 1553

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2293-97, 2309-10

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2819, 2853, 2905, 2933

Health care

Fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effect

Member's statement, 1700

Infant mortality rate

Poverty, substance abuse, 1758

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg); questions and comments, 1081

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2574

High schools

New, approval, Ile-a-la-Crosse, ministerial statement (Melenchuk), 1585

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2206-7

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1192-96

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1685-88

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 897-99, 2719-20

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2046

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 813-17, 819-20, 2257-58, 2665-70, 2673-78, 2680-81

Legislative Assembly

Employees

Retirement, Legislative Library, Michele Howland, member's statement, 2990

Internship program, first year, value, member's statement, 658

Long-term care

Fees

Increase, 360-61

Cancel, 883

Reconsider increases, petitions, 791, 823, 877, 903, 965, 1031, 1059, 1091, 1253

Medical Profession Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1505-7

Mental health

Mental Health Week, May 6-12, 2002, member's statement, 1257

Music

Royal Conservatory of Music examinations, Sara Hnetka, Archerwill, award, grade 6 piano, member's statement, 1882

Powers of Attorney Act, 2002 (No. 24)

Second reading, 1270

Prescription Drugs Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1507

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 159, 215, 277, 353, 1123

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1055

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2532-33

Registered Music Teachers Act, 2002 (No. 46)

Second reading, 1451, 2099-2100

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2249-50

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation

Humboldt territory operations office, reconsider proposed closure, petitions, 1817, 1849, 1959, 2179, 2515

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2313-14

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2621-22

Saskatoon Public School Board

Budget, difficulties, 827-28

Schools

Safety Patrol Week, member's statement, 1157

Skating

Coach, Maureen Kohl, Spalding, recognition by Skate Canada-Saskatchewan, member's statement, 2031

Small business

Naicam, volunteer-run thrift store, Shop Easy Foods, community pride, member's statement, 2518

Snowmobiling

Trails, provincial, grooming, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, funding, petitions, 1221, 1383, 1437

Trails, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, funding, request, 165-66

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 725-26

Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 13)

Second reading, 1042-43

Students

Enrolment, declining, 313

Scholarships

Jennifer Souter, grade 12 student, Pleasantdale, recipient, member's statement, 1672

Yearbooks, Wadena Composite School, competitors, national competition, A Day in the Life of High School, member's statement, 1126

Teachers

Contract, new, funding, 313, 2380-81, 2992-93

Distinguished Principal of the Year Award, Laurel Irving Piot, recipient, Robert Melrose Elementary School, Kelvington, member's statement, 1521-22

Governor General's Award for Excellence in Teaching Canadian History, Gary Gabel, Wadena Composite School, nominee, member's statement, 2772

Theatre

Saskatchewan Drama Association, regional festivals, Wadena presentation And Then There Was One, Porcupine Plain presentation Amber Waves, member's statement, 968

Winter games

Saskatchewan Winter Games, February 17-23, 2002, Humboldt, volunteer bus drivers, appreciation, member's statement, 327

Women

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, December 6, 2002, member's statement, 2824

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 72)

Second reading, 2442-43

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Women of Distinction awards nomination tea, member's statement, 483

 

 

E

 

Eagles, Ms. Doreen (Saskatchewan Party, Estevan)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 199-201

Administrative Professionals Day, April 24, 2002

Member's statement, 968

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 1877

Condolences

Kohaly, Robert (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1483

Crop insurance

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 3017

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 307, 451

Curling

2003 Provincial Mixed Championship, Estevan, March 13-17, 2002, sponsored by Imperial Oil, Bryan Derbowka rink, winner, member's statement, 93

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 993, 1154, 1335-36, 1383, 1437, 1467

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain

Golden Jubilee, 2002

Celebrations, member's statement, 1787

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1376-77

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 924-25

Father's Day, June 16, 2002, member's statement, 2057

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1276, 1278-82, 2306-9

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2820, 2854, 2905, 2933, 2961

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2892-94

Highways and roads

Highway No. 35

Repairs, petitions, 625

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 831

Reconsider increases, petitions, 823, 851, 903, 965, 1005, 1031-32, 1060, 1091, 1173-74, 1222, 1254, 1314

Mining industry

Emergency response/mine rescue, competition, Saskatoon, June 1, 2002, Luscar Ltd. team, winners, member's statement, 1881

Motor vehicles

Insurance

Deductibles, guidelines, attempted car theft damage, petitions, 159

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2530-32

Rural revitalization

Policies for positive impact, lack of commitment by province, M. (Weekes); amdt. (Yates), 1419-22

Sports

Estevan Bruins Celebrity Sports dinner, 10th annual, Estevan, May 25, 2002, member's statement, 1623

Students

Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation, Excellence Award, Amber Klatt, Steelman, Local Laureate 2002, member's statement, 2240

Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2002, Toby Henneberg, Saskatchewan representative, Estevan Comprehensive School, member's statement, 1553-54

Theatre

Souris Valley Theatre, member's statement, 2585

Tobacco

World No Tobacco Day, May 31, 2002, member's statement, 1726

Training programs

Skills Canada Saskatchewan competition, Estevan Comprehensive School, hair styling, Lindsey Vacary, winner, member's statement, 687

Tributes

Peterson, Glenn, Estevan, Glen Peterson Construction Ltd., founder and owner, member's statement, 356-57

Women

Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Estevan, Helen Czoba, 50 years with sorority, recognition, member's statement, 1126-27

Women of Today Awards, fundraising luncheon, Estevan, April 22, 2002, member's statement, 905

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 1156

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 208-11

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2755-58

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2461-65

Badminton

Saskatchewan Badminton Association, junior series, Shane Dirk, Janice-Rose Reinbolt, Fox Valley Badminton Club, age class aggregate titles, member's statement, 997

Baseball

Richmound, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, induction ceremony August 17, 2002, member's statement, 1387

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 438-43

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew), 1802-3

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew); questions and comments, 1803-5

Centenarians

Hansen, Cora, Leader, 103rd birthday, member of Three Century Club, congratulations, member's statement, 1579

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 387, 451, 683, 791, 823, 1060, 1091, 1222, 1253-54, 1284, 1335, 1383, 1437, 1467, 1491, 1785, 2820, 2961

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2369-71

Curling

Fox Valley senior boys, sportsmanship award, provincial curling championships, Hudson Bay, member's statement, 997

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1154

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 554-63, 565-66

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2017, 2018-25

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12)

Second reading, 810-11

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2853, 2905, 2933

Health care

Multiple sclerosis, Eastend/Frontier Super Cities WALK for MS, member's statement, 1821-22

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 840-41, 844-50, 1614-18, 2052-54, 2204, 2491, 2493-98, 2508-14

Hockey

International Freedom Cup, Consul-Eastend Rockets vs. Kazakhstan Peewee Selects, member's statement, 2937

Honours and awards

Order of Canada, Officer, Sharon Butala, author, Eastend, member's statement, 217-18

Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 6)

Second reading, 1296-1300

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1738-42

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Leased land, ranchers, continued use, 3039-40

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 901

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2278-84

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2670-73, 2679

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Resignation, 430

Livestock industry

Drought, assistance

Water projects, 133-34

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 883

Correspondence, 1011

Reconsider increases, petitions, 1031, 1313

Prairie grasslands

Peter and Sharon Butala, winners, Countryside Canada Recognition Program award, Old Man on His Back Prairie and Heritage Conservation Area, Eastend, member's statement, 454

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Rail transportation/Railways

Farmer Rail Car Coalition

Government support, ministerial statement (Wartman), 913

Rural revitalization

Policies for positive impact, lack of commitment by province, M. (Weekes); amdt. (Yates), 1431-36

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Second reading, 2439-40

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1541-44

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1508-10

Tributes

Block, Carl (rancher, prominent in Saskatchewan and Canadian cattle industry), 1706

Water quality

Maple Creek, boil-water order, water testing, 798-99

Wind power

SunBridge project, Gull Lake, official opening, June 27, 2002, member's statement, 2450

 

 

F

 

Forbes, Mr. David (NDP, Saskatoon Idylwyld)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 26-30

Air transportation

Air Transport Association of Canada, Innovation Award 2001, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, Kelsey Campus, Saskatchewan Aviation Council, commercial pilot training program, member's statement, 392

Saskatoon, Air Canada Jazz, flight crew positions, loss, member's statement, 1672

Airports

Security fees

Air flights, member's statement, 356

Breweries

Great West Brewery

World Beer competition, Aspen, Colorado, Brewhouse Light, silver medal, member's statement, 2518

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 406-8

Business

Business Builder awards, North Saskatoon Business Association, 2001, member's statement, 127-28

Canadian Wheat Board

Board of directors, elections, member's statement, 2989

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew), 1796-98

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew); questions and comments, 1803

Children

Northern Saskatchewan International Children's Festival, Saskatoon, 14th annual, member's statement, 1787-88

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 753-55

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 758-59

Culture

Saskatoon, summer events, member's statement, 2772

Economic development

Humboldt, member's statement, 281

Education

Costs, downloaded onto boards of education, forcing cuts in programming, teacher layoffs, higher property taxes, condemnation, M. (Draude); amdt. (Forbes), 1250-51

World Catholic Education Day, May 9, 2002, member's statement, 1287

Education, post-secondary

Funding, stable long-term, M. (Hart); amdt. (Trew), 2147-50

Employment

Growth

Globe and Mail article, December 9, 2002, member's statement, 2910-11

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 935-38

Farm families

Income

Crisis, federal aid, meeting in Alberta, member's statement, 967

Subsidies, United States, member's statement, 1094

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2890-92

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Crews, appreciation, member's statement, 2131-32

Internet

Itracks, market research software and data collection services, amalgamation with TRLabs, member's statement, 1700-1701

Long-term care

Fees

Assembly condemn government, Minister of Health, Minister of Finance, Premier, for not being forthcoming regarding impact of new fee structure, M. (Toth); amdt. (Yates), 1089-90

Music

Saskatoon Children's Choir, annual concert, April 27, 2002, support of International Campaign to Ban Land Mines, member's statement, 1034

SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, Saskatoon, 16th, member's statement, 2240

Rural revitalization

Policies for positive impact, lack of commitment by province, M. (Weekes); amdt. (Yates), 1428-31

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Graduate employment rate, survey, member's statement, 2318-19

Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon, graduation, May 24, 2002, member's statement, 1552-53

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and express services, retain, petitions, 277

Saskatoon Idylwyld constituency

By-election success, member's statement, 10

Saskatoon Prairieland Exhibition Corporation

President, 2002-2003, Lynn Evans, first woman president, member's statement, 1176-77

Students

Canadian Student Leadership Conference, 18th, Saskatoon, October 1-5, 2002, member's statement, 2450

Theatre

Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company, Saskatoon, The Alley, by Maria Campbell, member's statement, 1962

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, 18th season, July 3 to August 18, 2002, member's statement, 2584

Trade unions

Collective agreements, retention, M. (Forbes), 2325-29

University of Saskatchewan

Computer research laboratory, construction, donation, CTV Inc., member's statement, 854

 

 

G

 

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

Athletics

Saskatchewan High School Athletic Association, Brandi Armstrong, Melfort and Unit Comprehensive Collegiate, gold medallist, member's statement, 2213

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2389-93

Baseball

Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, Melfort Cheyenne Chev-Olds 222, junior softball champions, 1989, inductees, member's statement, 2182

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 369-73

Canadian Paraplegic Association (Saskatchewan)

Awards, first annual, April 11, 2002, member's statement, 659

Centenarians

Fidyk, Fannie, Melfort, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 1788

Jensen, Signe Margaret, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 996

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 9, 215, 277, 325, 353, 387, 451, 481, 593, 657, 683, 1619, 1667, 1749, 1785, 1877, 1993, 2027, 2081, 2209, 2261, 2375, 2401, 2447, 2583

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 1153, 1575, 1723, 1817, 1959

Drought

Assistance, 2616

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 903, 1437, 1467, 1695, 2179, 2345, 2515

Prescriptions, deductible

Increase, 193

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 551-54

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Second reading, 1835-36

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12)

Second reading, 623

Government

Databases, personal information, security, 2353

Reorganization

Health care, effect, 285

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2819

Gymnastics

Tisdale Twisters, 25th anniversary, member's statement, 1672

Health care

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

Progress, endorsement of Romanow Commission final report, request immediate increase in federal funding, M. (Nilson); amdt. (Gantefoer), 3007-10

Children, Canadian ranking, Today's Parent, June 2002, 1580-81

Funding, 742

Obstetrics, Victoria Hospital, Prince Albert, equipment failure, human resources issues, 741-42

Health Care Committee

Report, table, M. (Junor), 1670

Health care professionals

Shortage, 43-44, 2062

Health Department

Employee, dismissal, breach, database security policies, 2352-53

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 862-70, 876, 1451-59, 1452-58, 1605-14, 2564-72, 2582

Health districts

Amalgamation, debt, 425-26

Health Quality Council Act (No. 41)

Second reading, 1868-69

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2535-38

Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 62)

Second reading, 2071

Hockey

Air Canada Cup, Tisdale Trojans to compete as Team Western, April 22-28, 2002, Bathurst, New Brunswick, member's statement, 536-37

Air Canada Cup, Tisdale Trojans, AAA midgets champions, April 22-28, 2002, Bathurst, New Brunswick, member's statement, 1034

Hospital waiting lists

Surgery, 2061-62

Hospitals

Beds, closure, summer 2002, 2061

Long-term care

Facilities

Melfort, Parkland Place, fundraising, Coming Home Campaign, member's statement, 2857

Fees, 192-93

Assessment, individuals, 1010

Increase

Cancel, 829, 855

Cancelled, ministerial statement (Calvert), 1323-24

Notification, 969-70

Reconsideration, member's statement, 1062

Reconsider decision on increases, M. (Gantefoer); amdt. (Junor), 760-66

Reconsider increases, petitions, 625, 737, 791, 823, 851, 877, 965, 993, 1005, 1031, 1059, 1173, 1221, 1253, 1283, 1313

Medical Profession Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 215)

First reading, 2972

Medical Profession Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1866-67

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2049-50

Medicare

Fortieth anniversary, ministerial statement (Nilson), 2383-84

Newspapers

Award, 2002 Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association General Excellence, Melfort Journal, winner, member's statement, 310

Nurses

National Nursing Week, May 6-12, 2002, member's statement, 1176

Shortage, 1179-80, 2187-88

Paramedics Act

Progress of Bill, 2618-19

Paramedics Act (No. 38)

Second reading, 1867-68

Physicians/Doctors

Society of Rural Physicians of Canada, Rural Service Award, Dr. Lionel Lavoie, Melfort, recipient, member's statement, 1287

Prescription Drugs Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1867

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2050-51

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1123

Radio stations

CJVR, Melfort, two new stations launched, member's statement, 129

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Second reading, 2066-71

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2524-29, 2534

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Act (No. 43)

Second reading, 2013-15

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2538-39

Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 42)

Second reading, 1869

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2051

Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 13)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2048-49

Teachers

Saskatchewan Council of Educational Administration, Leadership Award, Walter Garchinski, Melfort School Division, recipient, member's statement, 1471-72

Tobacco Control Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 213)

First reading, 2269

Tributes

Campbell, Angus Robert, Director of Community Service, Saskatchewan Alcohol Commission, recipient of Saskatchewan Order of Merit and Order of Canada, member's statement, 423

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Funding, accreditation, 2990-91

College of Nursing

Educational seats, increase, 2991

 

Goulet, Mr. Keith (NDP, Cumberland)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 69-77

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 380-83

CommunityNet

Expansion

Continue, to schools, communities, government offices, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (D'Autremont), 788-90

Education, post-secondary

Funding, stable long-term, M. (Hart); amdt. (Trew), 2151-53

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 940-42

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1982-86

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1629-31

Gambling

Canadian Gaming Industry Awards dinner, 6th annual, Regina, April 11, 2002, Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority and Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation, hosts, member's statement, 659

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2904, 2918-21

Health care

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

Progress, endorsement of Romanow Commission final report, request immediate increase in federal funding, M. (Nilson); amdt. (Gantefoer), 3012-15

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg), 1070-72

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg); questions and comments, 1080, 1081

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Northern Saskatchewan

Member's statement, 2449-50

Libraries

Public

Pahkisimon Nuye?-h Library System, new building, official opening, member's statement, 327

Mining industry

Gold, discovery, Currie Rose property, Seabee mine, northeastern Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1387

Saskatchewan Mining Week, May 26 - June 1, 2002, member's statement, 1578

Natural gas

Gas rights

Saskatchewan First Call, toll-free pipeline location service, implementation, member's statement, 423

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College

College building, University of Regina, science laboratories, contribution, government Innovation and Science Fund, member's statement, 2057

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Safety calendar, First Nations, student drawings, member's statement, 1997

Students

Scholarships

Lester B. Pearson United World College, British Columbia, Ashley Dubnik, La Ronge, recipient, member's statement, 2263

Tourism

Cumberland constituency, economic contribution, member's statement, 2857

 

 

H

 

Hagel, Hon. Glenn (NDP, Moose Jaw North; Minister of Social Services; Minister Responsible for Disability Issues; Minister Responsible for Gaming)

Animal Products Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 44)

Third reading, 2123

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 365-69

Burrowing owl

Conservation plan, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 1789

Business

Moose Jaw and District Business Resource Centre, launch, May 14, 2002, member's statement, 1387

Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act (No. 49)

Third reading, 2124

Communication Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Community-based organizations

Salaries

Budget, 2002, 168

Condolences

Communication, M. (Hagel), 1489

Rousseau, Paul Emile (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1480

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2838-39

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 20)

Third reading, 2124

Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, 2002 (No. 25)

Third reading, 2124

Culture

Cultural centre, Moose Jaw, community fundraising campaign, member's statement, 192

Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 50)

Third reading, 2123-24

Education Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Electronic Information and Documents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 7)

Third reading, 2124

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act

Amendments, proposals, 1129-32

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

First reading, 197

Second reading, 602-4, 616-18

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1137-38, 1140-42, 1143-51

Third reading, 1151

Environment Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 51)

Third reading, 2124

Health care

Infant mortality rate

Poverty, substance abuse, programs, Kids First, SchoolPLUS, 1758

Health Care Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Honours and awards

Nation Builders Awards, 2002, Saskatchewan Provincial Council of Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Hon. P. Myron Kowalsky, Speaker, Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, recipient, member's statement, 2912

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2002, member's statement, 1007-8

Legislative Assembly

Employees

Long service awards, congratulations, member's statement, 2347

Hours of sitting

April 29, 2002, M. (Hagel), 850

Pages

Frederick Khonje, departure for new employment, 2080

Municipal Law Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Non-controversial Bills Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Points of order

Civil servants, protection, accuracy of factual information, 1303

Debate

Comments in context of Bill before House, 2165

Language unparliamentary, withdraw and apologize, 295-96

Respect and decorum during debate, 2073

Election, general, motion, reasons for action, 2978-79

Ethanol policy debate, amdt. out of order, 555

Language

Reference to Minister of Crown Investments Corporation as hurricane Maynard, 543

Reference to official opposition as "snake oil salesmen," 974

Unparliamentary language, 635

Use of quotes in House deliberations, 635-36

Legislative Assembly, quorum call, sufficient number to conduct House business, 591-92

Question period

Inadequate responses to questions, 3027

No points of order by members, no rulings by Speaker, 361

Reference to presence or absence of members not permitted, 3044

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304), Committee of the Whole Assembly discussion, member not doing duty, offensive statement, 3030-31

Tabling documents, Deputy Premier, member for Yorkton, misleading House in failing to provide copies, 2064

Water quality, North Battleford Water Inquiry, debate, member putting words in commission's report, 500

Privilege

Information, inaccurate and incomplete, Minister of Crown Investments Corporation, 1888-89

Privileges and Elections Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 15)

Third reading, 1683

Regulations Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Rules and Procedures Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel), 1628

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Palliser Campus, Moose Jaw, graduation, April 27, 2002, member's statement, 1095-96

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 715-26, 1544-50, 2231-36, 2724-42

Private investigators, use of, 1856

Social assistance payments, rules and procedures, 2941

Social assistance recipients, eligibility, rules and procedures, 2940

Tax Enforcement Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 10)

Third reading, 1566

Tourism

Moose Jaw, member's statement, 3020-21

Urban Municipal Administrators Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 11)

Third reading, 1566

Women

Abused, YWCA crisis shelter, Saskatoon, funding, 743

 

Hamilton, Ms. Doreen (NDP, Regina Wascana Plains)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 80-84

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 412-16

Business

Report on Business magazine, Rob Vanderhooft, president, Greystone Management Investments, Regina, recognition, member's statement, 2131

Christmas

Greetings, member's statement, 3036

CommunityNet

Expansion

Continue, to schools, communities, government offices, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (D'Autremont), 779-80

Culture

Regina, summer events, member's statement, 2772-73

Easter

Greetings, member's statement, 328

Economic development

Regina, member's statement, 484

Regina, southeast, member's statement, 2911

Employment development

Ranch Ehrlo Society construction career program, awards, member's statement, 1906-7

Environment

Canada Environment Week, June 2-8, 2002

SaskPower, green ash seedlings, distribution, member's statement, 1788

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 925-30

Firefighters

Fire hall, new, White City, official opening, member's statement, 2084-85

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1651-55

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg), 1072-74

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg); questions and comments, 1081

Housing

Construction, increase

Member's statement, 630

Legislative Assembly

Employees

Retirement, Hansard branch, Donelda Klein, member's statement, 1996

Libraries

International Special Librarians Day, member's statement, 826

Music

South Saskatchewan Youth Orchestra, trophy winners, Chicago Heritage Music Festival, member's statement, 1338-39

New Democratic Party (Canada)

Leader, Alexa McDonough, resignation, member's statement, 1820

Potash industry

Phosphate distribution centre, CWS Logistics Ltd., IMC Global potash mine, Belle Plaine, member's statement, 191-92

Private Members' Bills Committee

Sixth report, M. (Hamilton) for concurrence, 1850

Seventh report, M. (Hamilton) for concurrence, 2907

Eighth report, M. (Hamilton) for concurrence, 3018

Rural communities

Barker Foundation awards, member's statement, 218

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 303)

Second reading, 1082

Third reading, 1969

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Woodland Campus, Prince Albert

Graduation and awards, June 14, 2002, member's statement, 2058

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and express services, retain, petitions, 307

Students

Students Against Drinking and Driving (SADD), banquet, Nicole Nakonechny Memorial Award to Swift Current Comprehensive High School, member's statement, 1258

Tourism

Attractions Canada competition, Saskatchewan finalists, member's statement, 2348

Regina, celebration, campaign, member's statement, 2376-77

Tourism recognition dinners, Regina, Saskatoon, annual, member's statement, 1881-82

United Way of Regina

Tribute luncheon, awards, community leaders, member's statement, 685

Voluntarism

Mayor's Community Volunteer Awards, Regina, 12th annual Vital Link dinner, member's statement, 997

National Volunteer Week, April 21-27, 2002

Regina Multicultural Council, volunteer recognition of 35th annual Mosaic festival, June 6-8, 2002, member's statement, 906

Women

National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women, December 6, 2002, member's statement, 2823

Women Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan, banquet, May 10, 2002, member's statement, 1442

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 1156

 

Harpauer, Ms. Donna (Saskatchewan Party, Watrous)

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE)

Report, recommendations, implementation, 1038-39

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 105-9

Agriculture

Government policies, financial effect, 745-46, 1227-28

Subsidies

Federal support, discussions, 2379

Federal support, package details, 2241

Federal support, package details, new money, 2215-17

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, federal response, 1128

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1106-9

Western Canada Farm Progress Show, Regina, June 19-21, 2002, member's statement, 2130

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 667-68, 672-73, 676-80, 1369-75, 1595-1600, 1943, 1946-47, 2742-44, 2746-48, 2751-55, 2759, 2762-64, 2766

Animal Products Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 44)

Second reading, 1900-1901

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2113

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, investigation, cost, 1499

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance, 1525-26, 1675-76, 2405

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Harpauer), 1805-9

Drought, assistance, federal, 1825-26

Crop insurance

Annual crop rainfall program, 689-90

Calculation, long-term average yield, option to omit 2002 crop year, 3041

Calculation, long-term average yield, option to omit 2002 crop year, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Serby), 3044-48

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 2821

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, 285

Halt, petitions, 1006, 1032

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 748-50

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 758-59

Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 50)

Second reading, 1901-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2113-15

Drought

Assistance, 2404, 2687-88

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1394-97

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1405-6

Investment

Government, private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., 1389-90

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Second reading, 1829-31

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2015-18, 2121-23

Farm families

Income

Crisis, federal and provincial aid, 1000

Increased costs, crop insurance and farm property taxes, 1730-31, 2132-33, 2241-42

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1585-86, 1589

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 51)

Second reading, 1902

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2115

Farm safety net

National program, 2320-21, 2520-22

Farmland

Property tax rebate, 2775-76

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2854-55, 2906, 2934

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2106-10

Highways and roads

Highway No. 15

Repairs, petitions, 388, 482, 534, 626, 684, 738, 792, 824, 904, 966, 1061, 1155, 1174, 1222, 1254, 1285, 1336, 1438, 1468, 1492, 1520, 1551, 1576, 1620, 1667, 1696, 1724, 1750, 1818, 1878, 1903, 1994, 2082

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2204-6

Hog industry

Labour standards, inclusion, consultation process, 1443-44

Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 6)

Second reading, 1300-1301

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1737, 1742

Internet

High-speed

To Lanigan, petitions, 91, 2770

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2037-42

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2605-8

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2252-53

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 852, 878, 994, 1314-15

Medical laboratory technologists

National Medical Laboratory Week, April 15-19, 2002, member's statement, 741

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1125

Public service

National Public Service Week, June 9-15, 2002, member's statement, 1905

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1055-57, 1514-17

Saskatchewan Farm Security Act

Amendments, process, 1341

Farm ownership restrictions, 1341-42

Proclamation, 2860

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Second reading, 2438-39

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2554-57

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation

Humboldt territory operations office, reconsider proposed closure, petitions, 1786, 1849-50, 2129, 2179-80

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1951-52

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Investment, government, 3026

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 3027-29

 

Harper, Mr. Ron (NDP, Regina Northeast)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 61-65

Agriculture Committee

Report on Farm Land Ownership, M. (Harper) for concurrence, 2237-38

Report, second, M. (Harper), for concurrence, 1061

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Harpauer), 1810-15

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 752-53

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 758-59

Curling

Western Canada Blind Curling Championships, Regina, March 13-16, 2002, member's statement, 129

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1398-1400

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1973-75

Football

Grey Cup game, November 16, 2003, Regina, planning, member's statement, 3020

Health care

Regina Community Clinic, 40th anniversary, member's statement, 40

Indians/First Nations

Veterans, World War II, Albert Crane and Raymond Brass, celebration, Key Indian Reserve, member's statement, 1622-23

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 229-38

Agriculture

Subsidies

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1115-18

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 673-76, 681-82, 1601-4, 2746, 2760-62, 2764-65

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 5)

Second reading, 977-79

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1562-66

Basketball

Hoopla 2002, Regina, March 14-16, 2002, Golden Bears, girls basketball team, gold medallists, member's statement, 390

Canadian Armed Forces

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

3rd Battalion, Curtis Hollister, Cupar, injured, member's statement, 826

3rd Battalion, Curtis Hollister, Cupar, welcome home reception, April 30, 2002, member's statement, 1094

Condolences

Trapp, George Joseph (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2837

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2848-49

Crop insurance

Calculation, long-term average yield, option to omit 2002 crop year, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Serby), 3048-51

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 215, 278, 388, 626, 738, 1032-33, 1092, 2401, 2684, 2770

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 755-56

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 759

Crop Insurance Corporation

Legal services, board member, conflict of interest, 744-45

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 699-701, 1874-75, 2371

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1174, 1254, 1384

Education Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1349-51

Education, post-secondary

Funding, stable long-term, M. (Hart); amdt. (Trew), 2137-42

Graduates

University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1725

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2664-65

Fundraising

Cupar Lions Club, Agri Supper, 1st annual, April 13, 2002, community projects, member's statement, 686

Government

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, M. (Hart), 979

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 988-92, 2301-5

Grain

Elevators

United Grain Growers annex, Lipton, transported by road to Markinch, member's statement, 92-93

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2930-32

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 870-71

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1200, 2506-8

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1361-64, 1842-43

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 32)

Second reading, 2428-29

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 33)

Second reading, 2429-30

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 820-21, 1309-12, 2253-56, 2676-80

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 878, 904, 966, 994, 1006, 1061, 1285, 1315

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 524-25

Music

Old Tyme Fiddle Festival, annual event, Govan, member's statement, 2771

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 524-25

Regional health authorities

Communities, Govan, Duval, Strasbourg, Bulyea, place in Regina Regional Health Authority rather than Saskatoon Regional Health Authority, petitions, 2180, 2209-10, 2317, 2346, 2376, 2448, 2516, 2821, 2906-7, 2934, 2962, 2988, 3018, 3036

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2529-30

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 985-87

Schools

Earl Grey School, Earl Grey, Earth School status, member's statement, 1854

Sewage

Pumping into water bodies, permits, communities, 2135-36

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2737-38

Water quality

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 504-6

 

Heppner, Mr. Ben (Saskatchewan Party, Rosthern)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 84-89

Attachment of Debts Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 210)

First reading, 2245

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2385-89

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, independent government report, cost, 2217

Collection Agents Amdt. Act

Legislation, reconsideration, 1321-22

Collection Agents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 21)

Second reading, 1017-19

Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1016-17

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2117-18

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 3)

Second reading, 802-5

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2591-93

Corrections and Public Safety Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1021-30, 1326-34, 1775-77, 1780-83

Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, 2002 (No. 25)

Second reading, 1265-66

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2118-20

Crime

Northern Justice Symposium, April 24-26, 2002, Prince Albert, community-based crime prevention initiatives, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 1069

Electronic Information and Documents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 7)

Second reading, 805-6

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2115-16

Enforcement of Canadian Judgments Act, 2002 (No. 26)

Second reading, 1266

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1352-53

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1266-67

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1353-54

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 569-72

Family Maintenance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 8)

Second reading, 806-7

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1351-52

Government

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, M. (Heppner), 942-60

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2819

Health care

Abortions, remove government funding, petitions, 2987

Helmets

Bicycle riders, in-line skaters, skate boarders, legislation, enforcement, petitions, 1695

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 841-44

Human rights

Universal Declaration, United Nations commemoration, Human Rights Day, December 10, 2002, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 2864

Independent Officers' Remuneration (Amdt.) Act, 2002 (No. 16)

Second reading, 977

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

International sales, numbers, travel expenditures, 2826-27

Privatization, sale to EDS, 2827

Information technology

Government services, EDS proposal

Budget, 2827

Information, personal, confidential

Access

Private investigators, 1498

Disclosure by government employees

Government investigation, independent firm, 1498

Investigation, Privacy Commissioner, 1555

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

Second reading, 1267-68

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1356

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 641-47, 653-54, 2636-41

Victims Services, funding, 1064-65

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system

Land titles

Transactions, costs, 689

Transactions, paper records, 688-89

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1344-45

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2557

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 33)

Second reading, 1345-46

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2557-58

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 625, 993, 1253, 1283, 1313

Members' Conflict of Interest Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 63)

Second reading, 2163-68

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2562

Personal injury protection plan

Claims, criminal background checks, 1581-82

Police services

National Police Week, May 12-28, 2002, member's statement, 1337-38

Officers

Additional, funding, 44-45, 2244-45

John Popowich, Saskatoon

Malicious prosecution, public inquiry, 2187

Malicious prosecution, settlement, 2185-87

Malicious prosecution, settlement, Crown prosecutors, 2322

Powers of Attorney Act, 2002 (No. 24)

Second reading, 1043-44

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1123

Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 15)

Second reading, 977

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1678-79

Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002, (No. 9)

Second reading, 807-8

Registered Plan (Retirement Income) Exemption Act (No. 23)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1682-83

Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 69)

Second reading, 2434

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2590-91

Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Act (No. 59)

Second reading, 2161-63

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2561-62

Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 60)

Second reading, 2163

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2562

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Claims

Investigation criteria, 1884

Investigations, surveillance of claimants, 2060-61

Numbers of people investigated, numbers charged, 1885, 1910-11

Private investigations on claimants, ministerial awareness, 1966-68

Investigation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, surveillance on insurance claimants, 1911

Private investigators, use of, 1856, 1858

Private investigators, use of, incorrect official information, 1882-84

Schools

Community schools

Prince of Wales Scholarship Fund, ministerial statement (Melenchuk), 1014-15

Social Services Department

Private investigators, use of, 1856

Synagogues

Agudas Israel Synagogue, Saskatoon, arson, April 5, 2002, member's statement, 482

Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 14)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2079-80

Workers' compensation

Claims, criminal background checks, 1582

Workers' Compensation Board

Private investigators, use of, 1856

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 50-57

Agriculture

Government policies, financial effect, 1096-97

Subsidies

Federal support package inadequate for Canadian farmers, M. (Calvert), 2221-25

Federal support, 60/40 cost share, 2085

Federal support, discussions, 1756, 2031-32

Federal support, package details, 1701-2, 1907, 1964-66, 1998

Federal support, package details, new money, 2184-85

Federal support, package details, provincial reaction, 2213-15

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Federal support, 60/40 cost share, 1579-80

Federal support, discussions, agreements, 1259-60

Federal support, producers, 1226

Motion for debate, amendment, 1096

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1110-13

Western governments, opposition leaders, meeting, 1260

Western governments, opposition leaders, meeting, proposal, 1178

Baseball

Late Walter Anderson, Wiseton, late S. Burns McDonald, Elrose, inductees, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, August 17, 2002, member's statement, 1789

Business

Loss of, 12

Cabinet ministers

Harassment guidelines, 2032

Canadian Armed Forces

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

3rd Battalion, four killed, eight injured, condolences, member's statement, 825

Condolences

Howes, William S. (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1481

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2830-31

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 1091, 1173, 1335

Discrimination and racism

Assembly condemns all forms of racism, condemns remarks of David Ahenakew, calls for his removal from executive positions, and as Member of Order of Canada, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Axworthy), 2997-98

Remarks about Jews, David Ahenakew, condemnation, member's statement, 2988-89

Economy

Growth

Plans, 11-12, 282

Education

Funding

Decrease, 42

Election promises (1999), 41-43

Elections, 3042

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain

Legislative Assembly extends congratulations to Your Majesty, on this year of celebration marking the fiftieth anniversary of Your Accession, M. (Calvert), 1394

Employment

Loss, 41-43, 456-57, 488-89, 1318-20, 1339-41

Employment development

Plan, 2002 budget, 311

Projections, 330-31

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2696-2718

Government

Accountability, 3042

Direction, lacking, 282

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, no confidence in current government, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Yates), 2409-14

Reorganization, 281-82

Government expenditures

Deficit 2002, extent, 2825-26

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2896-99

Health care professionals

Loss, 41

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2491-93

Hospitals

Regina General Hospital, neonatal intensive care unit, fundraiser, Z99 radiothon, member's statement, 10

Indians/First Nations

Aboriginal awareness, Web-based training course, Achak Solutions (firm), member's statement, 2183-84

Information, personal, confidential

Disclosure by government employees, 1473, 1474-77

Protection, security, 1473

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system

International sales, 1822

Legislative Assembly

Employees

Long service awards, congratulations, member's statement, 2347

Questions, 2134

Questions, matters before court, 2966-67

Questions, sub judice convention, interpretation, member's statement, 2964-65

Twenty-fourth legislature, third session, progress, 2776-77

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2002 (Set Election Dates) (No. 207)

First reading, 2136

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2002 (Votes of Confidence) (No. 204)

First reading, 1968

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Recognition and remembrance, member's statement, 2823

Recognition, leukemia survivor, member's statement, 39-40

Kindersley constituency

New member, recognition, member's statement, 2823

Presentation, 2819

Resignation, 428-29

Long-term care

Fees

Ability to pay formula, 881-82

Increase, 910

Cancel, 796, 857-58, 1036

Effect on working disabled, 998-99

Elderly couples moderate by involuntary separation, 795-96

Reconsideration, results, 1289

Reconsider increases, petitions, 1031, 1059, 1153, 1221, 1253, 1283, 1313

Police services

Saskatoon Police Service, night shift, observations, member's statement, 1905

Population

Decline, 13, 2349-50, 2858-59

Out-migration

Working-age people, 2519-20

Public service

Access to Canadian Police Information Centre, 1474

Royal family

Earl and Countess of Wessex, provincial visit, June 18-23, 2003, and recognition of Saskatchewan Committee for the Queen's Golden Jubilee, ministerial statement (Calvert), 2917-18

Saskatchewan

Future, plans, 286

Saskatchewan Party

Constituency nominations

Kindersley, April 30, 2002, member's statement, 1094

Saskatoon Southeast, member's statement, 128, 1853

Grow Saskatchewan strategy, 331, 1320

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Competition, private sector, response of CEO, 1727-28

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Investment, government, 3038

Terrorism

United States, attacks on World Trade Center, Pentagon, and Pennsylvania, September 11, 2001, condolences to families, military actions supported, M. (Hermanson), 298-99

Trade

Protectionism, United States

Agriculture subsidies, softwood lumber tariffs, Western Canadian conference, proposal, M. (Hermanson), 1184, 1265

Softwood lumber, agriculture, federal response, 1179

Softwood lumber, agriculture, trade injury payments, federal government, 1997-98

Softwood lumber, agriculture, Western Canadian conference, development of united front, 1159-62

Softwood lumber, agriculture, Western Canadian conference, proposal, 1158, 1178

Tributes

Arscott, Hugh, storyteller, writer, political activist, business person, member's statement, 1577

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain, 362-63

Volleyball

Beechy Blazers 1A senior girls, provincial championship, winners, Lucky Lake 2A girls, provincial banner, winners, member's statement, 3036-37

Voluntarism

Saskatchewan voluntary sector initiative, ministerial statement (Calvert), 1003-4

Workers' Compensation Act

Committee of Review report, 219

Workers' Compensation Board

Administrative costs, increase, 219

Fairness audit, 219

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Saskatoon, Women of Distinction awards, 21st annual, 2002, member's statement, 853-54

 

Higgins, Hon. Deb (NDP, Moose Jaw Wakamow; Minister of Labour; Minister Responsible for the Status of Women)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 212-13, 225-29

Authors

Saskatchewan Festival of Words, 6th, July 25-28, 2002, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 2613

Business

Expansion

Assiniboia, member's statement, 1996

Moose Jaw business awards, 1st annual, member's statement, 1522

Canadian Armed Forces

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

3rd Battalion, four killed, eight injured, condolences, member's statement, 826

Snowbirds

Acceptance show for 2001 air show season, member's statement, 1062

Centennials

Moose Jaw, 2003, celebrations, member's statement, 3019

Condolences

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2839

Farm families

Moose Jaw Farm Family of the Year, Doug and Melody Machmer, member's statement, 94

Hockey

Western Hockey League, Moose Jaw Warriors, advance, second round, Eastern Conference Championship, member's statement, 355

Hog industry

Labour standards, inclusion, consultation process, 1443-44

IPSCO Inc. and United Steelworkers of America, Local 5890, Collective Bargaining Agreement Act, 2002 (No. 83)

First reading, 2972

Second reading, 2972-73

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2974-75

Third reading, 2975

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 895-901, 1365-69, 1769-74, 2719-24

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2002, member's statement, 1015

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

First reading, 1794

Second reading, 2036-37

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2605-9

Third reading, 2609

Minimum Wage Board

Recommendation, minimum wage, increase, supplementary information, 1040

Music

Kinsmen International Band and Choral Festival, 53rd annual, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 1472

Voluntarism

St. John Ambulance, Saskatchewan Council, investiture ceremony, member's statement, 1288-89

Water polo

Robin Randall, Drinkwater, member of Canadian National Water Polo team, gold medallists, Commonwealth Water Polo Championship, Manchester, England, March 2002, member's statement, 455

Workers' compensation

Claims, criminal background checks, 1582

Workers' Compensation Act

Committee of Review report, 219

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 72)

First reading, 1860

Second reading, 2046-47

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2602-5

Third reading, 2609

Workers' Compensation Board

Actuarial review, full funding, 1556-57

Fairness audit, 219-20

Financial information, monthly, 1627, 1756

Premiums, unchanged for 2002, 1757

Private investigators, use of, 1856

Reorganization, restructuring, 219

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Moose Jaw, Women of Distinction awards, 6th, member's statement, 1177

 

Hillson, Mr. Jack (Independent, North Battleford)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 77-80

Agriculture

Subsidies

Federal support package inadequate for Canadian farmers, M. (Calvert), 2225-26

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1120-21

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2393-95

Budget

Surplus, projection, 1132

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 431-34

Business

Battlefords Business Excellence (BBEX) awards, 2002, member's statement, 1258

Casinos

Revenue

First Nations Fund

Expenditures, accounting, 2941-42

Community-based organizations

Salaries, 168

Condolences

Gardiner, James Wilfrid (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2835-36

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2832

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2846-47

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 758

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 759

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Investment strategy, 973

Diefenbaker homestead, Regina

Maintenance funding, member's statement, 3038

Discrimination and racism

Assembly condemns all forms of racism, condemns remarks of David Ahenakew, calls for his removal from executive positions, and as Member of Order of Canada, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Axworthy), 3000

Elections

General election, call within six months of Battleford-Cut Knife constituency vacancy to avoid by-election, M. (Hillson), 2975-77

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 616

Ethanol

Communities, strategy committees, reimbursement, 1477

Development

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., government commitment, 1731-32, 2523

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1405

Investment

Government, private sector, 1292

Gambling

Video lottery terminals

Responsible machines, Nova Scotia, member's statement, 2857

Government

Financial management

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2958-59

Performance, 1526-27

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2902-4

Health care

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

Issues, 1705

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Use of equipment, 859

Hospital waiting lists

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), out-of-province treatment, reimbursement, 831

Income tax

Reduction, effective January 2003, ministerial statement (Cline), 2996

Internet

High-speed

SaskTel expansion

Ministerial statement (Sonntag), 17

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2201-2

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system, 973

Budget, 2034-35

Legislation

Twenty-fourth legislature, third session, 1527

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, December 18, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 3056-57

Adjournment, July 10, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 2816

Cross the floor, invitation, member's statement, 660

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Resignation, 429-30

Livestock industry

Grazing lands, wildlife habitats, opening, 1859-60

Motor vehicles

Police impoundment when used to procure sexual services and prostitution, Highway Traffic Amdt. Act 2001, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 47

Points of order

Debate

Liberal Party member not member of Saskatchewan Party, 1071

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304), Committee of the Whole Assembly discussion, member not doing duty, offensive statement, 3030

Water quality, North Battleford Water Inquiry, debate, member putting words in commission's report, 499-500

Police services

Officers

John Popowich, Saskatoon

Malicious prosecution, settlement, member's statement, 2240-41

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Gaming agreement, new

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 25-year contract, 972-73

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 3029-32

Sports

Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association, Summer Games, North Battleford, July 9-11, 2002, member's statement, 2772

Tourism

Tourism Awards of Excellence, Saskatchewan, Fred Heal Tourism Award, Peter Kingsmill of Hafford, Chairman's Lifetime Achievement Award, Wayne Fleming of North Battleford, member's statement, 40-41

Trade

Injury

Compensation, federal responsibility, member's statement, 2058

North-south corridor through Saskatchewan, member's statement, 907

Water

Agreement

Flow from Alberta, member's statement, 1095

Water quality

Drinking water

Report of the Walkerton Inquiry, Ontario, water system upgrades, funding, member's statement, 1699

Funding, 634

Decrease, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 332

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 493-95

North Battleford Water Inquiry

Kathy Langlois, senior policy adviser, Cabinet Planning Unit

Continuation in role after report completion, 2382-83

Expertise, 427

Report

Release, special advisor, costs, member's statement, 422

World Water Day, March 22, 2002, member's statement, 192

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 116-21

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1600-1601, 1945-46

Air cadets

Leadership seminar, Camp Sask Cadet, member's statement, 309-10

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

17 Yorkton Squadron, Yorkton, parade and awards, member's statement, 1754-55

Alcohol and drug abuse

Short-term detox centre, Saskatoon, funding, 743-44

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 408-12

Canadian Armed Forces

Armed Forces Day, June 29, 2002, member's statement, 2377

Credit unions

Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan, reception, April 9, 2002, member's statement, 594-95

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 1155, 1337, 1878, 2987

Crown corporations

Travel costs, executives, 1320-21

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 693-99, 1304-8, 1869-73, 1875-76, 2371-73

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1061, 1175, 1384, 1850, 3035

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1401-3

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1405

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 587-89

Film industry

Minds Eye Pictures

Government investment, progress of productions, 1909, 2000-2001

Sound stage, Regina

Budget, 2088

Business plan, 1910

Government investment, 2001-2

Leases, 2088-89

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2820-21, 2854, 2906, 2933, 2961-62

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1609-12

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1196-97, 1614

Pavement Scientific International

Research agreement, ministerial statement (Wartman), 747

Hockey

Provincial Junior B Championships, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, winners, member's statement, 391

Western Canadian Junior B Championship, Keystone Cup, April 11-14, 2002, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, hosts, bronze medallists, member's statement, 741

Internet

Cisco Systems, Inc., training course, 1728-29

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2465-67

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1308-9, 2251-52

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 856

Reconsider increases, petitions, 878, 905, 994-95, 1006, 1033, 1093, 1223, 1255, 1285, 1315

Motor vehicles

Theft, Regina auto theft strategy, evaluation, ministerial statement (Thomson), 2972

Olympic Games

Canadian Special Olympics Summer Games (2002: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan)

Member's statement, 2612-13

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1125

Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002, (No. 9)

Second reading, 1913-14

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2310-13

SaskEnergy Network

Non-members, small business issues, 1444-45

Sports

Canadian Sport Policy, endorsement, provinces and territories, April 6, 2002, ministerial statement (Crofford), 692-93

Status of the Artist Act (No. 73)

Second reading, 2246-47

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2363-69

Telephones

Cellular service

Communities, Wood River constituency, petitions, 1439, 1468, 1492, 1750, 1786, 1818, 2210, 2237, 2261-62, 3017-18

Terrorism

Member's statement, 9-10

United States, attacks on World Trade Center, Pentagon, and Pennsylvania, September 11, 2001, condolences to families, military actions supported, M. (Hermanson), 299-301

Theatre

Improvisation, Canadian Improv Games, national championships, 25th anniversary, Dr. Martin LeBoldus High School, Regina, winners, member's statement, 906

Tributes

Hanton, Frank Edward William, World War II pilot, member's statement, 1008-9

Voluntarism

National Volunteer Week, April 21-27, 2002

Member's statement, 880-81

 

 

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Jones, Ms. Carolyn (NDP, Saskatoon Meewasin)

Administrative Professionals Day, April 24, 2002

Member's statement, 968

Agriculture

Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference, September 15-18, 2002, Saskatoon, member's statement, 2378

Business

International Undergraduate Student Business Plan Competition, Dan Murza and Cory Weiss, University of Saskatchewan, winners, member's statement, 218

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew), 1799-1800

Communication Committee

Third report, M. (Jones) for concurrence, 1850-51

Condolences

Johnson, Eldon Arthur (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1482

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 756-58

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 759

Discrimination and racism

Remarks about Jews, David Ahenakew, condemnation, member's statement, 2990

Economic development

Saskatoon, member's statement, 2824-25

Wilkie and Unity, member's statement, 309

Education, post-secondary

Graduates

Member's statement, 10

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 918-22

Government

Web site, redesigned, member's statement, 2965

Health care

World Health Day, April 5, 2002, member's statement, 454

Housing

Construction, increase

Regina and Saskatoon, member's statement, 2031

Information technology

Envista Technologies, Saskatoon, contract, Kuwait, member's statement, 628

Innovation Place, Saskatoon

High-tech hot spot, Time magazine, Canadian edition, member's statement, 281

Naming ceremony, Jack McFaull Building, June 5, 2002, member's statement, 1821

Labour force

International Working Persons' Day, May 1, 2002, member's statement, 1094-95

Physicians/Doctors

New arrivals, Nipawin Health Clinic, Nipawin Medical Group, member's statement, 41

Rural revitalization

Policies for positive impact, lack of commitment by province, M. (Weekes); amdt. (Yates), 1436

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 289-90

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002

Consideration in Committee of the Whole Assembly, M. (Jones), 3018

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304)

Second reading, 2907-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 3029-34

Third reading, 3034

School divisions

Saskatchewan Valley School Division No. 49, SaskPower partnership, member's statement, 1339

Social assistance

Caseloads

Reduction, member's statement, 2212

Sunnyside Nursing Home Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 302)

Second reading, 1082

Third reading, 1969

Trade unions

Collective agreements, retention, M. (Forbes), 2329-44

University of Saskatchewan

Satellite campus, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, agreement signed, April 25, 2002, member's statement, 1008

Women

Entrepreneurs' Week, May 6-12, 2002, member's statement, 1176

 

Julι, Ms. Arlene (Saskatchewan Party, Humboldt)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 30-34

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1589-94

Air cadets

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

888 William J. Kindrachuk Squadron, Wakaw, parade and awards, member's statement, 1962

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1619, 1723, 2027, 2683

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2547-48

Basketball

Midnight Basketball League, Regina, youth at risk, member's statement, 326

Broomball

National Junior Broomball Championships, Oak Bluff, Manitoba, March 27-30, 2002, Bruno Junior Axemen, gold medallists, member's statement, 355

Budget

Deficit, 13-14

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, actions of Premier, 2085-86

Harassment allegation, independent government report, 1789

Canada Games

Roland Michener Canada Games Award, 2002, Ryan Schedlosky, recipient, member's statement, 483-84

Canals

Wakaw to Wakaw Lake, feasibility study, completion, member's statement, 1225

Casinos

Revenue

First Nations Fund

Expenditures, accounting, 2940

Expenditures, misspent, 2939-40

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Harpauer), 1809-10

Condolences

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2831-32

Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1915-16

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 3)

Second reading, 1912-13

Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, 2002 (No. 25)

Second reading, 1916-18

Crop insurance

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 3017

Culture

Humboldt Summer Sizzler, Humboldt, July 12-14, 2002, member's statement, 2687

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 703-4

Curling

The National, Grand Slam of Curling event, World Curling Tour, Humboldt, January 30 - February 2, 2003, member's statement, 2989

Debating

Legislative Assembly, historical model, Saskatchewan Elocution and Debate Association, sponsor, member's statement, 1471

Drought

Assistance, 2615

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 387, 903

Education

Costs, downloaded onto boards of education, forcing cuts in programming, teacher layoffs, higher property taxes, condemnation, M. (Draude); amdt. (Forbes), 1248-50

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain

Member's statement, 535

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act

Amendments, proposals, 1129-31

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 613-16

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1138-40, 1142-43, 1145-51

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 938-40

Football

Humboldt Collegiate Institute Mohawks, Jason Biehn, deaf student, recognition, member's statement, 1622

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1272-78, 2626-32, 2636

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2819, 2853

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2878-79

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg), 1079-80

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg); questions and comments, 1080

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1605-8, 2574-76

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 40)

Second reading, 2100-2101

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2551-53

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2504-6

Hockey

St. Louis Rebels, marathon fundraiser, arena repairs, member's statement, 2858

Western Hockey League, Bantam Hockey Draft, Shaun Vey, Wakaw, drafted 20th overall to Vancouver Giants, member's statement, 1317

Wheatland Senior Hockey League, Bruno T-Birds, champions, member's statement, 739-40

Honours and awards

Caring Canadian Award, Norman Duerr, Humboldt, member's statement, 628

Independent Officers' Remuneration (Amdt.) Act, 2002 (No. 16)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1681-82

Indians/First Nations

Aboriginal Awareness Week, May 21 - 24, 2002, member's statement, 1522

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2644-45

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 647-51, 1168-72, 1692-94, 2639-40

Legislative Assembly members

Comment, during debate, Bill No. 40, Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002, 2585-86

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 657, 823, 965, 993, 1153, 1313

Mιtis

Funding, provincial, 2000- 2001, 2134-35

Motor vehicles

Insurance

Deductibles, guidelines, attempted car theft damage, petitions, 37, 125, 451, 791

Police impoundment when used to procure sexual services and prostitution, Highway Traffic Amdt. Act 2001, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 46-47

Music

Humboldt Music Festival, Kristen Theissing, Rose Bowl Award winner, member's statement, 967

Powers of Attorney Act, 2002 (No. 24)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1679-81

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 533, 593, 625, 683, 1031, 1059, 1123, 1173, 1221, 1283

Customers, convicted, street clean up tasks, inner city, Calgary, member's statement, 685

Raves

Legislation, license and regulate, 1496-97

Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002, (No. 9)

Second reading, 2159-60

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2558-61

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2533

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation

Humboldt territory operations office, reconsider proposed closure, petitions, 1785, 1817, 1849, 1877, 1903, 1959, 1993, 2081, 2129, 2179, 2345, 2375, 2515, 2583, 2611

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Edward Ted Clayton Memorial Award, Bernard Levesque, Prud'homme, recipient, member's statement, 1386

Saskatchewan Party

Members, new, Saskatoon Southeast constituency, member's statement, 1700

Service clubs

Regina Aboriginal Kinsmen Club, services for inner city youth, member's statement, 1881

Rotary Club of Saskatoon, Badge and Shield Recognition Dinner, 2002, two awards, emergency responders, New York City, September 11, 2001, member's statement, 1177

Soccer

Humboldt Hurricanes, gold medallists, under 16, member's statement, 2030

Humboldt Hurricanes, various teams, medal winners, SISCO (Saskatoon indoor soccer competition), member's statement, 2965

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 721-23, 725, 2724-27

Sports

Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association, Games, June 3-6, 2002, Humboldt, member's statement, 1854

Students

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, 2002, Saskatoon, Sheldon Bowman, inventor of pushy bale handler, junior engineering category

Honourable mention, member's statement, 2517-18

Member's statement, 1062-63

Winter games

Saskatchewan Winter Games, February 17-23, 2002, Humboldt, member's statement, 10-11

Women

Abused, YWCA crisis shelter, Saskatoon, federal funding, member's statement, 1820

Abused, YWCA crisis shelter, Saskatoon, funding, 743

Equality

Derogatory statement, member from Regina Centre, apology sought, member's statement, 163

Young offenders

Provincial court, 196-97

 

Junor, Hon. Judy (NDP, Saskatoon Eastview; Minister Responsible for the Status of Women; Provincial Secretary; Minister Responsible for Seniors)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 243-47, 249-52

Construction industry

Commercial, Saskatoon, increase in 2002, member's statement, 595

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain

Member's statement, 535

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day Act (No. 203)

Second reading, 2694-95

Health care

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

Progress, endorsement of Romanow Commission final report, request immediate increase in federal funding, M. (Nilson); amdt. (Gantefoer), 3004-7

Cystic fibrosis, Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Julia award, SaskTel/Telcare, recipient, member's statement, 1673

Health Care Committee

Report, table, M. (Junor), 1668-70

Health care professionals

Bursaries, member's statement, 2989-90

Hospitals

Royal University Hospital Foundation, Saskatoon, awards, member's statement, 2378

Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation, legacy, John Rependa, member's statement, 280

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider decision on increases, M. (Gantefoer); amdt. (Junor), 774-76

Nurses

National Nursing Week, May 6-12, 2002, member's statement, 1224

Psychiatric nurses

Registered Psychiatric Nurses Day, May 10, 2002, member's statement, 1317

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and express services, retain, petitions, 307

Social assistance

Caseloads

Reduction, member's statement, 1126

Sports

Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association, Summer Games, North Battleford, July 9-11, 2002, member's statement, 2686

Tobacco

Promotion to people under 18, end, Rosalee Longmoore, president, Saskatchewan Union of Nurses, member's statement, 1755

 

 

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Kasperski, Mr. Lindy (NDP, Regina Sherwood)

Cities and towns

Communities in Bloom program, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association and SaskPower, sponsors, member's statement, 686-87

Dance

Polonia Dance Ensemble, Regina, Polonia in Concert program, 14th annual, member's statement, 1496

Environment

Canada Environment Week, June 2-8, 2002

SaskPower, energy and environment poster contest, winners, member's statement, 1882

Protection, Earth Day, April 22, 2002, member's statement, 881

Francophones

Journ-e internationale de la Francophonie en Saskatchewan, member's statement, 128

Holocaust Memorial Day

Commemoration, Regina, April 9, 2002, member's statement, 535-36

Schools

Safety Patrol Week, member's statement, 1156-57

Senate

Chief Page, Melanie Bratkoski, member's statement, 2319-20

 

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

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE)

Report, recommendations, implementation, 1065-67

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2748-50

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 48)

Second reading, 2009-10

Balanced Budget Act, 2002 (No. 214)

First reading, 2269

Budget

Accounting practices, change, 220, 357, 359

Balanced

Legislation, violated, 357-58, 395-97, 458

Deficit, 45, 311-12, 457-58, 1886

Hidden, 328-29, 662-63

Hidden, Crown corporations, 356

Size, 329-30

Surplus, estimate, 2451-52

Budget (March 27, 2002)

M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 323; amdt. (Krawetz), 339

Speakers, 323-24, 333-39

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2840-44

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 36)

Second reading, 2127

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2291

Credit unions

Canora Credit Union building, official opening, June 26, 2002, member's statement, 2403

Crown corporations

Loans, payment of government dividend, 312, 347

Economy

Decline, 2001, 884-85

Finance Committee

Budget (March 27, 2002) M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 323; amdt. (Krawetz), 339

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1459-65, 1935-41

First aid

Heimlich manoeuvre, Lloydminster MLA, administered to Legislative Assembly employee, member's statement, 2778

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 35)

Second reading, 2126-27

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2469-71

Government

Financial management

Provincial Auditor, Public Accounts, 2001-2002, release, 2773

Quarterly reports, 2451

Summary financial statements, 220-21

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2942-45

Summary financial statements, deficit, 2001-2002, 2773-74

Reorganization, 2617-18

Government Accountability Act

Government support, 663

Government Accountability Act (No. 202)

First reading, 664

Health care

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

Progress, endorsement of Romanow Commission final report, request immediate increase in federal funding, M. (Nilson); amdt. (Gantefoer), 3010-12

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2571-72

Income tax

Reduction, effective January 2003, ministerial statement (Cline), 2996

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 58)

Second reading, 2124-25

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2288-91

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 817-19

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Resignation, 429

Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 30)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2284-88

Long-term care

Fees

Increase, 907-9

Cancel, 829

Reconsider increases, petitions, 823, 1059

Members of the Legislative Assembly Benefits Act (No. 78)

Second reading, 2227

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2472-73

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 513-24, 1707-10, 2455-61

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 66)

Second reading, 2125-26

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2473

Pensions

Pension Benefits Amendment Regulations, 2002, ministerial statement (Axworthy), 397-98

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 851

Provincial Auditor

Pursuant to s.3.1(1) of The Provincial Auditor Act, this Assembly appoints G. Fred Wendel to the position of Provincial Auditor for Saskatchewan, M. (Krawetz), 1447-48

Public Accounts Committee

Third report, M. (Krawetz) for concurrence, 2210

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, M. (Cline), 513-24, 1707-10, 2455-61

Saskatchewan Government Growth Fund

Immigrant investor program

Contracts, tenders, leasing companies, 1703-4

Rule requirements, violation, 1623-25

Leasing companies, Cajon Leasing, R & R Leasing, contracts

Provincial government, tenders, 1676-77

Saskatchewan Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 18)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1712-14

Students

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, 2002, Saskatoon, Foam Lake Composite High School students, awards, member's statement, 1621-22

Tobacco Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 31)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1716-21

 

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

Business

Youth Business Excellence Awards

Northeast Saskatchewan, June 8, 2002, first annual, member's statement, 1906

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, independent government report, 1998-99, 2032

Harassment allegation, independent government report, release, 1999-2000

Cancer

Survivors

Relay for Life, Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser, launch, Nipawin, member's statement, 1157

Centenarians

McRitchie, Lucy, Nipawin, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 2348

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 37, 215, 278, 325, 353-54, 388, 533, 593, 625, 1335, 1437

Community centres

Nipawin Oasis Community Centre, 10th anniversary celebration, November 28, 2002, member's statement, 2936

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2849

Corrections and Public Safety Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1777-80

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 737, 1091

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1873-74

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 791, 1005, 1785

Prescriptions, deductible

Increase, 164-65

Environment

Canada Environment Week, June 2-8, 2002

Member's statement, 1726

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1047-54, 1376, 1744-48, 2651-56, 2662-64, 2665

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund

Reinstate funds, petitions, 2055, 2401, 2447, 2515, 2611, 2683, 2769

Surplus to Saskatchewan Wetland Conservation Corporation, 691

Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (No. 71)

Second reading, 2434-35

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2484-86

Executive Council

Cabinet Planning Unit, senior policy adviser, Kathy Langlois, position, salary, 423

Fishing

Licence vendors, Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management notice, telephone number, incorrect, 1180-81

Forest fires

Costs, 1859

Nipawin, disaster assistance, 2405-7

Rural municipalities, communities, funding assistance, 1790-91, 2452-54

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1633-37

Northern forest protection worker training program, ministerial statement (Belanger), 224

Girls Guides of Canada

Pathfinders, Canada Cord awards, Nipawin, June 16, 2002, member's statement, 1997

Government

Financial management

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2951-54

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1762-65

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2819, 2853, 2933

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2873-75

Health care

Arthritis, Camp Wekando, Saskatoon, May 10-12, 2002, Arthritis Society, sponsor, member's statement, 1578-79

Funding

Saskatchewan Lotteries, Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority, 25 per cent of profit to health care, petitions, 2905

Highways and roads

Highway No. 23

Repairs, petitions, 1491, 1551, 1575, 1619, 1695, 1723, 1749, 2179, 2209, 2237, 2261

Holocaust Memorial Day

Commemoration, Regina, April 9, 2002, member's statement, 536

Long-term care

Facilities

Hudson Bay, beds, increase, petitions, 2987, 3017, 3035

Hudson Bay, beds, increase, request, member's statement, 3036

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 683, 993, 1031, 1153, 1173, 1283, 1313

Music

Builder of Sport, Culture, and Recreation award, 2001, Nipawin, Brad LeCuyer, recipient, member's statement, 1317

Saskatchewan Country Music Association awards, Jim Chute and Craig Day, member's statement, 218

Newspapers

Nipawin Journal Survivor contest, charity event, member's statement, 164

Physicians/Doctors

Society of Rural Physicians of Canada, Rural Service Award, Dr. Bev Karras, Nipawin, recipient, member's statement, 1339

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1123

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Infrastructure, improvement, funding, lower, 392-93

Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act (No. 68)

Second reading, 2434

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act (No. 67)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2483-84

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 3034

Senior citizens

Carrot River, active living complex, fundraising, construction, member's statement, 2965-66

Service clubs

Order of the Royal Purple, Nipawin, 60th anniversary, member's statement, 2911

Small business

Carrot River Implements, 35th anniversary, member's statement, 794

Snowmobiling

Trails, provincial, grooming, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, funding, petitions, 965, 1059, 1221, 1383, 1667, 1993, 2961

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 719-20

Students

Ford/CAA Student Auto Skills Challenge, Carl Dahl and Mike Unger, L.P. Miller High School, Nipawin, participants in national competition, member's statement, 1288

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, 2002, Saskatoon, Cheryl Daisley, Hudson Bay Composite High School, bronze medallist, member's statement, 2264

Training programs

Skills Canada Saskatchewan competition, Saskatoon, L. P. Miller School, Nipawin, medal winners, member's statement, 1035

Tributes

Hegland, Dennis, editor, The Nipawin Journal, member's statement, 1673

Voluntarism

Nipawin Hospital Complex, Pineview Wall of Fame, Marjorie Moisan, Nipawin, member's statement, 1224

North East Recreation and Parks Association, volunteer awards, inaugural, 2002, member's statement, 1177-78

Salvation Army, Nipawin, Major Jill Purdy, coordinator, meals for firefighters, Newfield seed plant fire, member's statement, 2516-17

Water quality, 132

Consulting services, costs, payment, 632-33

Drinking water

Safe, 314

Funding

Commitment lacking, 537

Infrastructure, municipalities, 393

Source, 537

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, 487-88

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 489-93

North Battleford Water Inquiry

Kathy Langlois, senior policy adviser, Cabinet Planning Unit

Role, 423-25

Report

Finding, legislation violated, 485

Finding, water quality management program, not implemented, 484-85

Implement recommendations, 360

Release, 359, 392

Quality reduction, responsibility, government, 597-98

Regulations

Changes, implementation, 538

Non-compliance, penalties, 539, 597

Small communities

Infrastructure funding, 132-33

Perdue, problems, 132-33, 167, 1759-60

Problems, numbers, 166-67

Unsafe, 486-88

Unsafe, cabinet decision item, 486, 487, 537

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 47)

Second reading, 2228

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2488-89

 

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor (Lautermilch), 276

Agriculture

Subsidies

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Federal support, producers, 1226-27

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1113-15

Agriculture Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 655

Budget (March 27, 2002)

M. (Lautermilch) to resume debate March 28, 2002, 324

Communication Committee

Legislative Library, report, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 17

Records retention and disposal, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 17-18

Condolences

Communication, M. (Lautermilch), 2840

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2844-45

Crown corporations

Contribution to economy, 858, 2351

Crown Corporations Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 542

Department of Economic Development Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 53)

First reading, 1501

Economic development, 457, 3023-24

Economy

Gross domestic product (GDP), growth, 1992-2000, 884-85

Growth, 1065-67

Indicators, positive, 2519-20

Negative factors, 973

Elections

General election, call within six months of Battleford-Cut Knife constituency vacancy to avoid by-election, M. (Hillson), 2982-85

Employment

Loss

Agriculture, 1339-41

Agriculture, transition, 488-89

Employment development, 456

Non-agricultural jobs, 489, 1318-19, 1339-40

Estimates Committee

Legislative Assembly estimates; Provincial Auditor, estimates; Chief Electoral Officer, estimates; Information and Privacy Commissioner, estimates; Ombudsman and Children's Advocate, estimates and supplementary estimates; Conflict of Interest Commissioner, estimates; referral, M. (Lautermilch), 1527

Ethanol

Development

Private sector, 1729, 2523, 2586, 2588

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., negotiations, 2690

Investment

Government, private sector, 1229-30, 1263, 1292-93, 1793

Government, private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., 1523-24

Private sector, 1558

Private sector, Weyburn, 1674

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Second reading, 1828-29

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2015-20, 2121-23

Third reading, 2124

Finance Committee

Appointment, M. (Lautermilch), 276

Budget (March 27, 2002) M. (Lautermilch) to resume debate March 28, 2002, 324

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1990-91

Forest fires

Crutwell fire, Prince Albert area, forest firefighters, volunteer firefighters, gratitude, member's statement, 2402-3

Forest industry

Expansion, investment, ministerial statement (Lautermilch), 1182-83

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

First reading, 1761

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2865-68

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 58)

Third reading, 2293

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 705-12, 726-35, 1188-96, 1840-48, 2641-51

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 32)

First reading, 1004

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 33)

First reading, 1004

Legislation

Twenty-fourth legislature, third session, 1527

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, December 18, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 3056

Adjournment, July 10, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 2812-14

Hours of sitting

March 28, 2002 - April 2, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 286

May 16, 2002 - May 22, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 1132-33

June 27, 2002 - July 2, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 2260

December 18, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 3001

Recess to honour Saskatchewan Olympians, M. (Lautermilch), 1761

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Resignation, 429

Leave of absence to attend Midwest Legislative Exchange, Lincoln, Nebraska, April 8-9, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 418-19

Legislative Library

Annual report, Communication Committee, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 17

Life saving

Riverbank Park, Prince Albert, Stuart Matice, rescuer of three-year-old from river, member's statement, 2213

Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 30)

Third reading, 2293

Natural gas

Gas rights

Shackleton reserve, discovery, northwest of Swift Current, ministerial statement (Lautermilch), 2217-18

Olympic Games

Canadian Special Olympics Summer Games (2002: Prince Albert, Saskatchewan)

Member's statement, 2685

Potato industry

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Saskatchewan Water Corporation, Con-Force, business relationship, apology, member's statement, 3059

Private Members' Bills Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 975

Public Accounts Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch), 975

Public Accounts, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 18

Public service

Employees, senior, conflict of interest guidelines, 2382

Records retention and disposal

Communication Committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 17-18

Regulations Committee

Professional associations, bylaws, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 18

Saskatchewan Government Growth Fund

Immigrant investor program

Rule requirements, compliance initiatives, 1623-25

Leasing companies, Cajon Leasing, R & R Leasing, contracts

Provincial government, procurement arrangements, 1676

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 74)

First reading, 1860

Second reading, 2089-91

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2601-2

Third reading, 2609

Snowmobiling

Trails, Saskatchewan Snowmobile Association, funding, request, 165-66

Trade

Protectionism, United States

Softwood lumber, agriculture, Western Canadian conference, proposal, 1158

Softwood lumber, discussions with federal government, 2455

Tributes

Block, Carl (rancher, prominent in Saskatchewan and Canadian cattle industry), communication to Block family, M. (Lautermilch), 1707

Voluntarism

National Volunteer Week, April 21-27, 2002

Recognition of National Summer Special Olympic Games, Prince Albert, July 8-14, 2002, member's statement, 880

 

Lorjι, Hon. Pat (NDP, Saskatoon Southeast; Minister of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training; Minister of Environment)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 201-8

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 5)

First reading, 99

Business

Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon, president, Lester Lafond, First Nations person, member's statement, 1224

Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, entrepreneurs' competition, Dan Murza and Cory Weiss, University of Saskatchewan, winners, member's statement, 595-96

Centenarians

MacIsaac, Mary, Saskatoon, 108th birthday, member of Three Century Club, congratulations, member's statement, 1035

Culinary competitions

National apprentice cook-off, Vancouver, June 2002, Teodoro Linantud, legislative cafeteria, Saskatchewan representative, member's statement, 2687

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1044-54, 1376-81

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund

Steering committee, role, responsibility, 599

Surplus to Saskatchewan Wetland Conservation Corporation, 599, 600, 633-34, 662, 691

Staff, additional, 599-600

Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (No. 71)

Second reading, 2006

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 566-69

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

Second reading, 2007-8

Girls Guides of Canada

Saskatchewan Council, annual banquet and awards, April 20, 2002, member's statement, 1009

Lakes

Last Mountain Lake, stewardship committee, concerns, 2034

Maple syrup

Commercial operation, Cumberland House, member's statement, 996-97

Points of order

Debate

Comments by non-participants, unparliamentary, apologize, 860

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act (No. 67)

Second reading, 2004-5

Synchrotron

Construction, benefits, member's statement, 2936

Tourism

Saskatoon, host city, Rendezvous Canada 2005, member's statement, 2771

Tourism Awards of Excellence, Saskatchewan, annual gala, member's statement, 39

Water

Last Mountain Lake

Effluent from Regina, 1290

Recreational surface water, testing, 1261

Testing, 1291-92

Water quality

Maple Creek, boil-water order, water testing, 799

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 497-500

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 47)

First reading, 1324

 

 

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McCall, Mr. Warren (NDP, Regina Elphinstone)

Business

Rocanville, member's statement, 308-9

Children

Circle Project Children's Centre, Regina, straw building, grand opening, April 19, 2002, member's statement, 854

Co-operatives

Hudson Bay Co-operative, annual meeting, scholarships to Fallon Rokovetsky, Karissa Lupuliak, Hudson Bay Composite High School, member's statement, 455

CommunityNet

Special achievement award, Saskatchewan Economic Developers Association, member's statement, 1063

Culture

Mosaic, Regina, multicultural festival, member's statement, 1853-54

Electricity

Cogeneration and wind power, commitment, government, SaskPower, M. (Prebble), 2157-58

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1400-1401

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1405

Film industry

Sound stage, Regina

Minds Eye Pictures, film production, member's statement, 2183

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

SaskPower, long-term climate change action plan, member's statement, 1820-21

Health care

Diabetes, National Aboriginal Diabetes Awareness Day, May 3, 2002, member's statement, 1157

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Member's statement, 1962

Hockey

Outdoor Hockey League, Regina, Dress-a-Champion, 10th annual, Ehrlo Community Services Sport Venture, SaskPower sponsorship, member's statement, 3037

Indians/First Nations

National Aboriginal Day, June 21, 2002, member's statement, 2239

Museums

Soo Line Historical Museum, Weyburn, Wall of Fame, Shirley Douglas, added, March 20, 2002, member's statement, 280

Music

Flatland Music Festival, Regina, July 5-7, 2002, member's statement, 2585

Realtors

Association of Regina Realtors, 90th anniversary celebrations, June 22, 2002, member's statement, 2263-64

Regional colleges

Southeast Regional College and Weyburn Comprehensive High School, joint use facility, official opening, April 4, 2002, member's statement, 422

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Opportunities Week, May 13-17, 2002, member's statement, 1337

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

SaskTel TelCare Fund, non-profit organizations, support, member's statement, 2825

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 287-89

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 296, 297

Schools

Community schools

Member's statement, 2966

Theatre

Four Directions Youth Theatre Group, Regina, The Longest Bus Ride, member's statement, 629

University of Regina

Research projects, funding, provincial innovation and science new opportunities fund and Canadian Foundation for Innovation, member's statement, 793

Women

Wallin, Pamela, journalist, honourary degree, University of Regina, convocation, 2002, member's statement, 1698

Workplace

National Award for Learning Technologies in the Workplace, SaskTel, recipient, member's statement, 1288

 

McMorris, Mr. Don (Saskatchewan Party, Indian Head-Milestone)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 252-60

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1947-50

Animal Products Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 44)

Second reading, 1530-31

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 5)

Second reading, 638

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2269-72

Breweries

Great West Brewery

Debentures, conversion to equity shares, Crown Investments Corporation, 95-96

Shares, Crown Investments Corporation, conflict of interest, 96

Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act (No. 49)

Second reading, 2010-12

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2120-21

Collection Agents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 21)

Second reading, 800-801

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2849-50

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, reverse decision, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 758

Department of Economic Development Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 53)

Second reading, 1736-37

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1877, 2261, 2317, 2345, 2583

Enforcement of Canadian Judgments Act, 2002 (No. 26)

Second reading, 861

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2905-6

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 875

Highways and roads

Highway No. 35

Repairs, petitions, 37, 125, 159, 189, 215, 277, 307, 325, 353, 387, 451, 481, 593, 657, 683-84, 737, 1060, 1092, 1154, 1222, 1284, 1491, 1519, 2237

Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 6)

Second reading, 529

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2002, member's statement, 1008

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 851, 877, 903, 993-94, 1314

Marathons

Boston, 106th, 2002, Iain Harry and Denise Ackerman, participants, member's statement, 595

Paramedics Act (No. 38)

Second reading, 1502

Points of order

Ethanol policy debate, amdt. out of order, 555

Powers of Attorney Act, 2002 (No. 24)

Second reading, 833

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002, (No. 9)

Second reading, 531

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 55)

Second reading, 2092-94

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Second reading, 2354-57

Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Act (No. 59)

Second reading, 1894

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investigation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, surveillance on insurance claimants

Report, 2243-44

Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 42)

Second reading, 1503-4

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 74)

Second reading, 2091

Saskatchewan Party

Constituency nominations

Kindersley, member's statement, 997

Saskatchewan Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 18)

Second reading, 639-40

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1952-53

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act (No. 67)

Second reading, 2005

Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 13)

Second reading, 666

Status of the Artist Act (No. 73)

Second reading, 2065

Tax Enforcement Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 10)

Second reading, 527-28

Tobacco Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1165

Tributes

Hunter, Bill, hockey celebrity, member's statement, 3019-20

Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 14)

Second reading, 619-20

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 72)

Second reading, 2047-48

 

Melenchuk, Hon. Jim (Independent, Saskatoon Northwest; Minister of Education; Minister of Learning)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 273-76

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 5)

Second reading, 637-38

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1562-66

Third reading, 1566

Business

Machine shop, full-service, Standard Machine, Saskatoon, new location, member's statement, 1386

Education

Funding

Increase, 331, 1097-98

Education Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 34)

First reading, 1015

Second reading, 1186-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2247-49

Third reading, 2250

Education Infrastructure Financing Corporation

Capital projects, new, funding process, 2993

Food processing industry

Food distribution facility, construction, Westco Storage Ltd., Saskatoon, member's statement, 2058

Government

Financial management

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2949-51

High schools

New, approval, Ile-a-la-Crosse, ministerial statement (Melenchuk), 1584

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 811-21, 1308-12, 2251-60, 2665-81

Registered Music Teachers Act, 2002 (No. 46)

First reading, 1324

Second reading, 1450-51

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2249-50

Third reading, 2250

School divisions

Grants, operating (foundation grant)

Increases, 827-28

Schools

Community schools

Prince of Wales Scholarship Fund, ministerial statement (Melenchuk), 1014

Students

Enrolment, declining, 313

Teachers

Contract, new, funding, 2380-81, 2992-93

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Funding, accreditation, 2991

College of Nursing

Educational seats, increase, 2991-92

Wanuskewin Heritage Park

Anniversary celebrations, 10th, July 11, 2002, member's statement, 2687

Water quality

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 503-4

 

 

N

 

Nilson, Hon. John (NDP, Regina Lakeview; Minister of Health; Minister Responsible for Seniors)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 187-88, 197-99

Alcohol and drug abuse

Short-term detox centre, Saskatoon, funding, 744

Books

Saskatchewan Publishers Group, media campaign "Saskatchewan Books Go Public," member's statement, 1700

Children

United Nations Children's Summit, New York, Geoff Pawson, founder, president, CEO of Ranch Ehrlo Society and Ehrlo Community Services, member of Canadian delegation, member's statement, 1257

Condolences

Gardiner, James Wilfrid (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2836

Johnson, Eldon Arthur (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1482

Health care

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

Issues, 1705

Progress, endorsement of Romanow Commission final report, request immediate increase in federal funding, M. (Nilson); amdt. (Gantefoer), 3002-4

Children, Canadian ranking, Today's Parent, June 2002, 1580-81

Funding, 742

Infant mortality rate

Poverty, substance abuse, programs, Kids First, 1758-59

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Use of equipment, 859

Obstetrics, Victoria Hospital, Prince Albert, equipment failure, human resources issues, 741-42

Providers

Shortage, 1343

Health care professionals

Shortage, 43-44, 2062

Health Department

Employee, dismissal, breach, database security policies, 2353

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 862-76, 1451-59, 1605-14, 2101-11, 2564-82

Health districts

Amalgamation, debt, 425

Health Quality Council Act (No. 41)

First reading, 1184

Second reading, 1502-3

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2535-38

Third reading, 2563

Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 62)

First reading, 1705-6

Second reading, 1840

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2535

Third reading, 2563

Hospital waiting lists

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), out-of-province treatment, reimbursement, 831

Surgery, 1343, 2062

Hospitals

Beds, closure, summer 2002, 2061

Long-term care

Fees

Ability to pay formula, 360-61, 856-57, 881-84, 908-10, 1011-12

Assessment, individuals, 998-99, 1010

Increase

Correspondence, 1011

Elderly couples moderate by involuntary separation, 795-96

Notification, 969-70

Reconsideration, announcement, 1289

System sustainable, 829-31

Medical Profession Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 37)

First reading, 1041

Second reading, 1324-25

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2049-50

Third reading, 2051

Medicare

Fortieth anniversary, ministerial statement (Nilson), 2383

Norway

Constitution Day, May 17, 2002, member's statement, 1495

Nurses

Shortage, 1179-80, 2187-88

Paramedics Act

Progress of Bill, 2618-19

Paramedics Act (No. 38)

First reading, 1069

Second reading, 1501-2

Poetry

World Poetry Day, March 21, 2002

Reading, Cumberland Gallery, Saskatchewan Legislative Building, organized by League of Canadian Poets, member's statement, 163

Police services

Officers

Additional, 1908

Prescription Drugs Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 39)

First reading, 1100

Second reading, 1325

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2050-51, 2051-52

Third reading, 2051-52

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

First reading, 1678

Second reading, 1838-40

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2524-35

Third reading, 2563

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Officers, relocation to Alberta for G-8 Summit, Saskatchewan police protection, 1909

Rugby

Wheelchair, Canadian National Wheelchair Rugby team, world champions, 2002, member's statement, 2030

Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Act (No. 43)

First reading, 1293

Second reading, 1836-37

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2538-39

Third reading, 2563

Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 42)

First reading, 1230-31

Second reading, 1503

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2051

Third reading, 2052

Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 13)

First reading, 197

Second reading, 665-66

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2048-49

Third reading, 2051

 

 

O

 

Osika, Hon. Ron (Independent, Melville; Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing; Minister of Government Relations)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 238-41

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 77)

First reading, 2036

Second reading, 2191

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2601

Third reading, 2609

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 48)

First reading, 1324

Second reading, 1504-5

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2596-2601

Third reading, 2609

Business

Expansion

Melville, member's statement, 11

Kitchen, Liquor Board store, Regina, 2589-90

Casinos

Emerald Casino, Saskatoon, Prairieland Exhibition, operator, 25-year gaming agreement, new, concerns, procedures, 1037-38

Cities Act (No. 75)

First reading, 2002

Second reading, 2188-90

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2478-80

Third reading, 2490

Cities Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 76)

First reading, 2002

Second reading, 2190

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2480

Third reading, 2490

Condolences

Gardiner, James Wilfrid (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2835

Trapp, George Joseph (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2837

Games

Cribbage, national tournament, Royal Canadian Legion, Melville team, third place winners, member's statement, 1158

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 988-92, 1215-20, 1276-79, 1761-67, 1769, 2293-99

Hospitals

St. Peter's Hospital, Melville, new, official opening, member's statement, 2239-40

Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 45)

First reading, 1344

Second reading, 1735-36

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2475

Third reading, 2490

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 52)

First reading, 1501

Second reading, 1733

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2474

Third reading, 2490

Municipalities

Funding, 132

Revenue sharing

Grants, 131, 797-98

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 56)

First reading, 1559

Second reading, 1865-66

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2477-78

Third reading, 2490

Property

Assessment

Agricultural land, review, 1391-92

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Charity ball, Regina, annual fundraiser, proceeds to Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Inc., member's statement, 1554-55

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 55)

First reading, 1559

Second reading, 1863-64

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2477

Third reading, 2490

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Gaming agreement, new

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 25-year contract, 1012-13

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 25-year contract, negotiation, 394-95, 971-72, 973

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, 25-year contract, negotiators, RCMP investigation, 426-27

First Nations, full jurisdiction, gaming on reserves, 2087-88

First Nations, full jurisdiction, gaming on reserves, process, 1067-68

Police investigation, 395

Provincial Auditor recommendations, implementation, 2969

Revenue, misspent, recovery, 2913, 2938-39

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Lottery licences, proceeds, charitable or religious organizations, investigation of specific case, 1013-14

Price list, 2002, reissue with tax increase, 1390-91

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2619-26

Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act (No. 68)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2480-82

Third reading, 2490

Status of the Artist Act (No. 73)

Second reading, 2065

Tax Enforcement Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 10)

First reading, 170

Second reading, 527, 1560-62

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1560-62

Urban Municipal Administrators Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 11)

First reading, 170

Second reading, 528, 1560

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1560

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 54)

First reading, 1559

Second reading, 1862-63

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2475-77

Third reading, 2490

Water quality

Funding

Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program, 167

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 495-97

Small communities

Problems, report, 133

 

 

P

 

Peters, Mr. Rudi (Saskatchewan Party, Battleford-Cut Knife)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 241-43

Business

Youth Business Excellence Awards

North Battleford, May 4, 2002, member's statement, 1225

Canadian Armed Forces

Maritime Command, war mission, Afghanistan, naval communicator, Brendon Warwaruk, Unity, member's statement, 356

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

2nd Battalion, Grant Eidem, Unity, deployment, Afghanistan, member's statement, 421-22

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 1468, 1492, 1520, 1696

Conference of Mennonites of Saskatchewan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 301)

Second reading, 1163

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1969

Third reading, 1969

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 852, 966-67, 1438-39, 1850

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1878

Firefighters

Volunteer, Wilkie and surrounding municipalities, banquet, May 10, 2002, member's statement, 1386

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 857

Reconsider increases, petitions, 878, 904-5, 994, 1006, 1093, 1155, 1175, 1223, 1255, 1285, 1315

Motor vehicles

Insurance

Deductibles, guidelines, attempted car theft damage, petitions, 91

Music

Old Time Fiddlers Jamboree, Battleford, May 25, 2002, member's statement, 1671

Sports

Curtis Brown celebrity sports dinner and auction, Unity, June 22, 2002, member's statement, 2319

Telephones

Parks, government provide service and cellular coverage, petitions, 2684

 

Prebble, Mr. Peter (NDP, Saskatoon Greystone)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 18-26

Cities and towns

Saskatoon, Regina, ratings, Places Rated Almanac, member's statement, 93

Condolences

Link, Harry David (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1484-85

Education, post-secondary

Graduates

University of Regina, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement, 1726

Electricity

Cogeneration and wind power, commitment, government, SaskPower, M. (Prebble), 2153-57

Thermal power stations, Boundary Dam, Estevan, fly ash emissions, elimination, member's statement, 2130-31

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 610-13

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 542-44

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 914-18

Building independence programs

Member's statement, 827

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2894-96

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Second reading, 2436-37

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Loan program, replacement appliances, extension to June 30, 2003, member's statement, 2212-13

Social assistance

Caseloads

Reduction, member's statement, 2911-12

Speech from the Throne

Acknowledgment to Lieutenant Governor, M. (Prebble), 276

Synchrotron

X-ray photoelectron emission microscope, funding, provincial Strategic Investment Fund, housed at Canadian Light Source, member's statement, 1128

Wind power

SunBridge project, Gull Lake, official opening, June 27, 2002, member's statement, 2377

 

 

S

 

Serby, Hon. Clay (NDP, Yorkton; Deputy Premier; Minister of Agriculture and Food; Minister Responsible for Rural Revitalization; Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization)

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE)

Report, recommendations, implementation, 1038-40

Agriculture

Government policies, financial effect, 745-46

Government reports, 2132

Subsidies

Federal support, discussions, 1701

Federal support, package details, 1965-66, 2265

Federal support, package details, new money, 2215-17

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Federal support, 60/40 cost share, 1579-80

Federal support, discussions, agreements, 1259

Request to federal ministers to appear before Assembly on May 24, 2002, to hear and respond to Saskatchewan producers' concerns, M. (Serby); amdt. (Hermanson), 1101-6

Agriculture and Food Department

Contract, rural farm families report, 94

Agriculture Committee

Receive representation from Action Committee on the Rural Economy in Legislative Chamber with full television, audio, and Internet coverage, and engage advisers and assistants for examination and to make recommendations on agricultural land holding provisions in Saskatchewan Farm Security Act, M. (Serby), 665

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 667-82, 1369-76, 1589-1604, 1943-51, 2742-66

Animal Products Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 44)

First reading, 1324

Second reading, 1529-30

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2113

Business

Celebrate Success awards, 4th, Yorkton, member's statement, 217

Junior Team Canada, Katie Kirkness, Yorkton, team member, travel to China and Philippines, member's statement, 2517

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, independent government report, 1789-90, 1998-99

Harassment allegation, independent government report, release, 1999-2000

Canadian Armed Forces

D-Day, 58th anniversary, Decoration Day service, Royal Canadian Legion, Yorkton, June 6, 2002, member's statement, 1854

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance, 2405

Condolences

Gardiner, James Wilfrid (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2835

Heggie, Robert Andrew (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1478

Howes, William S. (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1480-81

Johnson, Eldon Arthur (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1481-82

Kohaly, Robert (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1482-83

Link, Harry David (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1483-84

Pederson, Martin (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1486-87

Ripley, James (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1487-88

Rousseau, Paul Emile (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1478-79

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2837-38

Trapp, George Joseph (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2836-37

Crop insurance, 2688

Annual crop rainfall program, 222-23, 689-90

Annual crop rainfall program, forage crops, 690, 2133, 2241

Calculation, long-term average yield, option to omit 2002 crop year, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Serby), 3051-54

Contracts, increase, 2133, 2242

Funding, increase, 459-60

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Federal assistance changes, 221-22

Crop Insurance Corporation

Legal services, board member, conflict of interest, 744-45

Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 50)

First reading, 1392

Second reading, 1531

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2113-15

Drought

Assistance, 2404, 2615-16

Economic development, 3026

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 581-87

Farm families

Subsidies war, victims, 631-32

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12)

First reading, 197

Second reading, 622-23

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1585-89

Third reading, 1589

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 51)

First reading, 1392

Second reading, 1532

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2115

Farm safety net, 16, 314-15

Federal assistance, 193-95

National program, 2521-22

Farmers/Producers

Government assistance, 315, 3042

Farmland

Property tax rebate

Timetable, 2775

Film industry

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 55th, May 19-25, 2002, member's statement, 1579

Grain

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina, Crown Investments Corporation investment, 3023

Health care

Renal dialysis

Satellite, Yorkton Regional Health Centre, member's statement, 129

Hog industry

Stomp Pork Farm and Agra-Pork Co-operative, Leroy, joint venture, official opening, April 19, 2002, member's statement, 879-80

Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 6)

First reading, 99

Second reading, 528-29

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1737-43

Third reading, 1743

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Leased land, ranchers, discussions, 3040

Livestock industry

Drought, assistance, 1500, 1826

Forage and hay programs, 1675

Water projects, 133-34

Grazing lands, wildlife habitats, opening, 1859-60

Programs, government, adjustments, 1525

Members' Conflict of Interest Act

Amendments, 95

Potato industry

Harvest 2002, 2967

Seed potatoes, growth, 2994

Storage facilities

Government ownership, construction, funding, 2969

Rural revitalization, 459

Saskatchewan Farm Security Act

Amendments required, 1341-42

Amendments, process, 1341

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool

Investment, government, 3038

Trade

Protectionism, United States

Softwood lumber, agriculture, trade injury payments, federal government, 1997-98

Softwood lumber, agriculture, Western Canadian conference, development of united front, 1160-62

Tributes

Block, Carl (rancher, prominent in Saskatchewan and Canadian cattle industry), 1706

 

Sonntag, Hon. Maynard (NDP, Meadow Lake; Minister of Crown Investments Corporation)

Agriculture

Government policies, financial effect, 1227-28

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

First reading, 1628

Second reading, 1894-97

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2539-51

Third reading, 2563

Births

Sonntag, April 21, 2002, daughter, Meadow Lake member, Maynard Sonntag, member's statement, 886

Books

Lake of the Prairies, by Warren Cariou, book talk by author, Book and Brier Patch, Regina, member's statement, 190-91

Breweries

Great West Brewery

Debentures, conversion to equity shares, Crown Investments Corporation, 95-96

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 434-38

Business

Report on Business magazine, Keith Martell, president, First Nations Bank of Canada, recognition, member's statement, 2030

Co-operatives

Meadow Lake Co-operative, expansion project, member's statement, 1755

Credit unions

Credit Union Central of Canada, John Vinek, Hall of Fame induction, May 9, 2002, member's statement, 1622

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Federal assistance changes, 285

Crown corporations

Boards, survey, Points West consulting firm, 1388

Contribution to economy, 285, 1321

Travel costs, executives, budget process, 1320

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

President, role, economic initiatives, investigation, 3039

Culture

Conference, "Cultures Working Together to Overcome Challenges," June 6, 2002, Flying Dust First Nation, Meadow Lake School Division, hosts, member's statement, 1855

Employment development

Northern Saskatchewan, 2691-92

Film industry

Minds Eye Pictures

Government investment, 1909, 2001

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 40)

First reading, 1132

Second reading, 1293-95

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2552-53

Third reading, 2563

Internet

High-speed

SaskTel expansion

Ministerial statement (Sonntag), 16

Legislative Assembly members

Meadow Lake constituency

Minister of Crown Investments Corporation, apology for incorrect information about Saskatchewan Government Insurance, member's statement, 1880

Libraries

Public

Pierceland and RM of Beaver River, new building, Centenary Fund grant, member's statement, 2517

Motor vehicles

Insurance

Safe Driver Recognition program, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, ministerial statement (Sonntag), 2996-97

Personal injury protection plan

Claimants, treatment outcome study, University of Saskatchewan, commissioned by Saskatchewan Government Insurance, 2242-43

Claims, criminal background checks, 1581-82

Photography

Fujifilm Masterpiece Award for photographic excellence, 2001, Mark Greschner, Regina, recipient, member's statement, 2264

Potato industry

Losses, government

Effect on Saskatchewan Water Corporation, matter before court, 2861-62

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Dispute with Microgro, 3022

Draft agreement, sales, Chad Neibaur, Idaho, matter before court, 1791-92

Storage facilities

Government ownership, matter before court, 2828, 2913-14, 2916

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Claims

Investigations, 2266-67

Investigations, surveillance of claimants, 2060-61

Investigations, surveillance of claimants, personal injury representative, accountability, 2267

Private investigations on claimants, ministerial awareness, 1966-68

Investigation, PricewaterhouseCoopers, surveillance on insurance claimants

Report, 2243-44

Investments

Alberta, effects, benefits, 541

Hi-Alta Capital, risk, disseminate, 540

Hi-Alta Capital, transaction, small, 601

Private investigators, use of, 1856-58

Private investigators, use of, incorrect official information, 1882-84

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Deregulation, 1728

Investments, 97-99, 1099-1100

Austar Communications, Australia, progress, 859

Cable television, 2323

Diversification, 1001-3

Losses, start-up years, 1099

Provincial and out-of-province, 130

Services, choice, 2775

Saskatchewan Valley Potato Corporation

Infrastructure development, 972

Potato sheds, sale, 972

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 4)

First reading, 99

Second reading, 620-21

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2553-54

Third reading, 2563

SaskEnergy Network

Non-members, small business issues, 1444-45

SaskPower International Inc.

Financial losses, Dillon Consulting report, recommendation, 1181-82

SecurTek

SafetyNet, new business venture, partnership with private sector, 1702

University of Saskatchewan

Master Teacher Award, Donna Greschner, member's statement, 1257-58

Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 14)

First reading, 224

Second reading, 618-19

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2076-80

Third reading, 2080

Wind power

GreenPower program, SaskPower, ministerial statement (Sonntag), 886

 

Speaker

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, December 18, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 3057

Adjournment, July 10, 2002, M. (Lautermilch), 2816-17

Opening ceremonies, 7

Pages

Introduction, 7, 2830

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Vacancy, letter dated December 2, 2002, 2830

Kindersley constituency

Presentation, 2819

Points of order

Election, general, motion, reasons for action, 2979

Language

Reference to member's debate speech as fanatical presentation, 2918

Reference to presence or absence of members not permitted, 3044

Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 304), Committee of the Whole Assembly discussion, member not doing duty, offensive statement, 3031

 

Stewart, Mr. Lyle (Saskatchewan Party, Thunder Creek)

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2750-51

Canadian Armed Forces

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

3rd Battalion, Derek Prohar, deployment, Afghanistan, Operation APOLLO, member's statement, 191

Cattle industry

Canadian Cattlemen's Association, Neil Yahnke, president, member's statement, 390

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 189, 903, 1383, 1437, 1467, 1491, 1519, 1723

Condolences

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2838

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 683, 1153, 1849

Dams

Avonlea, reconstruct and expand, petitions, 1551, 1575, 1619

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1877

Ethanol

Development

Consultants' report, 2587-88

Plans, scaling back, 2586

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., government commitment, 3023-24

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., stalled projects, Belle Plaine, Shaunavon, Tisdale, Melville, 2690-91

Grain

Elevators

Briercrest, purchase, farmer shareholders, Briercrest Grain Ltd., member's statement, 2319

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2820, 2853, 2905

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2870-72

Economic effect, environmental effect, oppose ratification, 2860-61

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2573

Highways and roads

Highway No. 339

Repairs to facilitate economic development, petitions, 125, 159, 215, 277, 307, 325, 593, 791

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 1667, 1749, 1785, 1817

Highway No. 58

Repairs, petitions, 1993, 2027, 2055, 2081, 2179, 2209, 2317, 2345, 2375, 2401, 2447, 2961, 3017, 3035

Hockey

Western Canadian Shield, Senior B, females, Avonlea Prairie Thunder, champions, member's statement, 1008

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 705-11, 2641-43, 2645-47, 2649-51

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2203-4

Lawyers

Saskatchewan bar examination, Andrea Leaman Argue, Chaplin, admittance, highest examination mark, 2002, member's statement, 3037

Livestock industry

Drought, assistance, 1500

Long-term care

Fees

Increase, 1012

Reconsider increases, petitions, 823, 877, 965, 993, 1005, 1060, 1091, 1173, 1221-22, 1253, 1283-84, 1313

Manufacturing industry

Trailtech Industries, Gravelbourg, expansion, member's statement, 1521

Mining industry

Saskatchewan Mining Week, May 26 - June 1, 2002, member's statement, 1578

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Provincial disaster assistance program

Flooding, Vanguard, 2405

Wind, hail, southwest Saskatchewan, 2405

Pulses

Pulse processing plant, Avonlea, member's statement, 1035

Saskatchewan Party

Fundraiser, leader's dinner, Saskatoon, May 23, 2002, member's statement, 1554

Saskatchewan Water Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2623-24

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 4)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2553-54

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Rates, 664

Schools

Artesian School, Spring Valley, final grade 12 graduation, congratulations, grades 10-12 discontinuation, member's statement, 2212

Television

Smart Ask!, television program, CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation), participation, Avonlea High School students, member's statement, 2936

 

 

T

 

Thomson, Hon. Andrew (NDP, Regina South; Minister of Energy and Mines; Minister of Corrections and Public Safety; Minister - Information Technology; Minister - SPMC)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 109-16

Aircraft, government, 1342

Architects Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 29)

First reading, 914

Second reading be discharged and the Bill withdrawn, M. (Thomson), 1733

Business

Paragon Awards, 2002, business excellence, Regina Chamber of Commerce, member's statement, 658

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew); questions and comments, 1804

Condolences

Rousseau, Paul Emile (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1480

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 3)

Second reading, 526-27

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2591-93

Third reading, 2609

Corrections and Public Safety Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1021-30, 1326-34, 1775-83

Department of Economic Development Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 53)

Second reading, 1735-36

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2593-96

Third reading, 2609

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1403-4

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1405-6

Greenprint for ethanol production in Saskatchewan, ministerial statement (Thomson), 169

Investment

Government, private sector, 1389-90

Government, private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., 1447

Private sector, 1477

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 589-90

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

First reading, 170

Film industry

Sound stage, Regina

Budget, 2088

Government investment, 2001-2

Forest fires

Rural municipalities, communities, funding assistance, 1790

Rural municipalities, funding assistance, disaster program, 1584

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1659-65

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2879-82

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg); questions and comments, 1080, 1081

Information technology

Government services, EDS proposal

Evaluation, 2827-28, 3025

Motor vehicles

Theft, Regina auto theft strategy, evaluation, ministerial statement (Thomson), 2971-72

Provincial disaster assistance program

Flooding, Vanguard, 2405

Wind, hail, southwest Saskatchewan, 2405

Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 69)

First reading, 1761

Second reading, 1900

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2590-91

Third reading, 2609

Saskatchewan Government Growth Fund

Immigrant investor program

Contracts, tenders, leasing companies, 1703-4

Leasing companies, Cajon Leasing, R & R Leasing, contracts

Provincial government, process, 1676-77

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1540-44, 2310-15

Theatre

Improvisation, Saskatchewan section Canadian Improv Games, Campbell Collegiate, Regina, winners, member's statement, 3021

 

Toth, Mr. Don (Saskatchewan Party, Moosomin)

4-H

Achievement days, Moosomin constituency and regional show and sale, Whitewood, member's statement, 2029-30

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 34-36, 47-50

Air cadets

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

802 Pipestone Squadron, Moosomin, 723 Moose Mountain Squadron, Carlyle, parade and awards, member's statement, 1495

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2395-2400

Baseball

Midget Provincial B Girls' Fastball Championships, 2002, Langbank Lions Club, host, member's statement, 2584

Business

Rocanville, three businesses, grand reopening, April 19, 2002, member's statement, 879

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew), 1798-99

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew); questions and comments, 1805

Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act (No. 49)

Second reading, 1529

Child protection

Custody

Financial support, access, enforcement, 2941

Collection Agents Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 21)

Second reading, 1268-70

Condolences

Peters, Rudi (MLA), M. (Hermanson), 2832-33

Rousseau, Paul Emile (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1479

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby), 2839

Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 20)

Second reading, 667

Education, post-secondary

Funding, stable long-term, M. (Hart); amdt. (Trew), 2150-51

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 606-8

Environment

Protection, Earth Day, April 22, 2002, member's statement, 879

Environment Department

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund

Steering committee, role, responsibility, 599

Surplus to Saskatchewan Wetland Conservation Corporation, 599, 600, 633-34, 662

Staff, additional, 599

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 922-24

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 51)

Second reading, 1532-33

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1536-38

Fishing

Lake of the Prairies, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, petitions, 2345, 2375, 2447

Government

Financial management

Summary financial statements in budgets incorporating all financial activity, M. (Krawetz); amdt. (Crofford), 2945-47

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1765-68

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2853

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2576-77

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2207-8, 2501-4

Hockey

South Saskatchewan Minor Hockey League, midget AA, Pipestone Valley Jets, winners, member's statement, 484

Triangle Hockey League championships, Moosomin Rangers, winners, member's statement, 484

Women's, recognition, Colleen Sistorics and Brandy West, member's statement, 130

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1683-85, 1688-91

Learning Department

Bibliography, departmental reports, studies, reviews, 1992-2001, 2135

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2259-60

Legislative Assembly members

Kindersley constituency

Resignation, 430-31

Livestock feed industry

West Central Pelleting Ltd., Wilkie, member's statement, 129-30

Long-term care

Fees

Assembly condemn government, Minister of Health, Minister of Finance, Premier, for not being forthcoming regarding impact of new fee structure, M. (Toth); amdt. (Yates), 1082-86

Reconsider increases, petitions, 877, 903, 993, 1005, 1059-60, 1091, 1283

Mother's Day

Mother's Day, May 12, 2002, member's statement, 1316

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 52)

Second reading, 1733-34

Municipalities

Kipling and District Veterinary Clinic, official opening, and sod-turning, West Central Pelleting plant, Wolseley, June 1, 2002, member's statement, 1788-89

Newspapers

World Spectator, Moosomin, Bruce and Barb Penton, owners, appreciation, member's statement, 327-28

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1123

Recycling industry

SARCAN centre, SARCAN thrift store, Moosomin, reopening, member's statement, 2058-59

Regional colleges

Southeast Regional College

Programs, restructuring, member's statement, 2377

Regulations Committee

First report, M. (Toth) for concurrence, 2376

Membership, transferable by written notice, signed by original member, M. (Toth), 2805-6

Saskatchewan Party

Caucus receptionist, Mavis Roots, get well wishes, member's statement, 1495

Schools

Programs, Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), Whitewood School, grade 5, member's statement, 1995

Social Services Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 715-19, 720, 724, 1544-49, 2727-36, 2738-42

Social assistance payments, rules and procedures, 2941

Social assistance recipients, eligibility, rules and procedures, 2940

Students

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, 2002, Saskatoon, Rocanville School students, awards, member's statement, 1727

Water quality

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 509-10

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 72)

Second reading, 2467-69

 

Trew, Hon. Kim (NDP, Regina Coronation Park; Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation; Minister Responsible for Gaming)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 175-80

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew), 1794-96

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew); questions and comments, 1804-5

Children

Regina Children's Festival, June 16-18, 2002, member's statement, 2084

Crop insurance

Calculation, long-term average yield, option to omit 2002 crop year, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Serby), 3054-55

Education, post-secondary

Funding, stable long-term, M. (Hart); amdt. (Trew), 2144-47

Employment development

Ranch Ehrlo Society construction career program, awards, member's statement, 1881

High schools

Thom Collegiate, Regina, SaskEnergy, six-year partnership, member's statement, 2403-4

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Area transportation planning committees, Department of Highways and Transportation, co-operation, member's statement, 2449

Hospitals

Regina General Hospital, neonatal intensive care unit, fundraiser, Z99 radiothon, member's statement, 11

Housing

Construction, increase

Regina, member's statement, 2965

Music

Jo-l Fafard Band, Great Canadian Music Dream contest, participants, member's statement, 1554

Occupational health and safety

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week, May 5-11, 2002, member's statement, 1225

Students

Scholarships

Lester B. Pearson United World College, British Columbia, Kelsey Rose, Archbishop M.C. O'Neill High School, Regina and Ashley Dubnick, Churchill School, La Ronge, member's statement, 907

Voluntarism

Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Saskatchewan Division, Awards for Excellence in Volunteering, member's statement, 2130

 

 

V

 

Van Mulligen, Mr. Harry (NDP, Regina Victoria)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 260-66

Art/Artists

Fisher, Dan, artist of the year, Saskatchewan Indian Federated College fine arts program, honoured in Cumberland Gallery, Legislative Building, member's statement, 1063-64

Books

Canada Book Day, April 23, 2002, International Book Day, member's statement, 906

Buildings

Heritage, awards, Saskatchewan Architectural Heritage Society, June 22, 2002, member's statement, 2319

Child care

Funding announcement event, Cochrane High School, Regina, building independence initiative, member's statement, 1621

CommunityNet

Expansion

Member's statement, 1287

Crown Corporations Committee

Third report, M. (Van Mulligen) for concurrence, 2822

Debating

McGoun Cup competition, University of Saskatchewan, hosts, Erin Weir and Christopher Taylor, participant team, University of Regina, member's statement, 536

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 2002, member's statement, 162-63

Economic development

Weyburn, member's statement, 310

Economy

Applaud efforts of all sectors to build positive 21st century economy, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wakefield), 1234-38

Elections

General election, call within six months of Battleford-Cut Knife constituency vacancy to avoid by-election, M. (Hillson), 2979-82

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2)

Second reading, 609

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 572-76

Film industry

Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, 25th anniversary, member's statement, 356

Government

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, no confidence in current government, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Yates), 2427-28

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2928-30

Housing

Senior citizens, Broadway Terrace, Regina, new development, announcement, Regina Lutheran Care Society, member's statement, 1699

Social, and affordable

Centenary affordable housing program, agreement, member's statement, 2585

Legislative Assembly

Rosthern, speech in Assembly, April 23, 2002, member's statement, 968-69

New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan)

Candidate nomination, Sherry Leach, Weyburn-Big Muddy constituency, member's statement, 1671-72

Fundraiser, Weyburn, April 11, 2002, member's statement, 659

Petitions

Legislative Assembly, member's statement, 740

Provincial Auditor

Pursuant to s.3.1(1) of The Provincial Auditor Act, this Assembly appoints G. Fred Wendel to the position of Provincial Auditor for Saskatchewan, M. (Krawetz), 1448-49

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College

College building, University of Regina, donation, Weyerhaeuser, member's statement, 1471

Schools

Cornwall Alternative School, Regina, recipient of Donner Canadian Foundation Award for Excellence in the Delivery of Social Services, member's statement, 2858

Students

E-spirit competition, Montreal, Kristen Francis and Katie Delorme, competitors, Miller Comprehensive High School, Regina, member's statement, 1494-95

Science fairs

Canada-Wide Science Fair, 2002, Saskatoon, Shannon Lozinsky and Megan Howe, Pangman, Saskatchewan representatives, member's statement, 596

Summer employment, Human Resource Centre of Canada for Student Employment, Saskatchewan office, Alberta office, friendly competition, July 4, 2002, member's statement, 2614

Television

CBC (Canadian Broadcasting Corporation) TV, late night series, ZeD TV, pilot program, Screwheads, James Whittingham and Kevin Allardyce, member's statement, 1225-26

Theatre

Saskatchewan Drama Association, provincial festival, permanent home, University of Regina, member's statement, 1127

Universities

National ranking, 2002, Maclean's magazine, member's statement, 1963

University of Regina

Final Project Day exhibits, April 6, 2002, Engineering faculty and Regina Engineering Society, member's statement, 484

 

 

W

 

Wakefield, Mr. Milton (Saskatchewan Party, Lloydminster)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 144-49

Aircraft, government, 1342

Lease, details, cost analysis, 2136

Business

Paragon Awards, 2002, business excellence, Regina Chamber of Commerce, member's statement, 658-59

Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) awards, 2002, member's statement, 1441

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 1335

Department of Economic Development Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 53)

Second reading, 2012-13, 2160-61

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2593-96

Drought

Assistance, 2614-15

Northwest Saskatchewan, disaster areas, member's statement, 2403

Rural municipalities, Turtle River, Eldon, Hillsdale, Senlac, disaster areas, member's statement, 2057

Economy

Applaud efforts of all sectors to build positive 21st century economy, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wakefield), 1238-41

Elections

General election, call within six months of Battleford-Cut Knife constituency vacancy to avoid by-election, M. (Hillson), 2985-86

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 590-92

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Second reading, 1834-35

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 888-92, 894

Government

Credit rating, upgrade, Moody's Investors Services, ministerial statement (Cline), 1264-65

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 2375

Highway No. 58

Repairs, petitions, 2401

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1189-92, 1841-42, 1844-47

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2667-68

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 883-84

Reconsider increases, petitions, 1221, 1253, 1283

Mining industry

National Mining Week, May 13-19, 2002, member's statement, 1339

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1123-24

Protection of Persons in Care Act (No. 205)

First reading, 2136

Public Employees Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 17)

Second reading, 1041

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1711-12

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 74)

Second reading, 2176-77

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2601-2

Saskatchewan Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 18)

Second reading, 1041-42

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 292-93

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 297

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 4)

Second reading, 1914-15

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 19)

Second reading, 1042

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1715

 

Wall, Mr. Brad (Saskatchewan Party, Swift Current)

Accountability of Crown Entities Act (No. 211)

First reading, 2188

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 266-73

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 2071-76

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2539-47, 2548-50

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 416-18, 431

Business

Swift Current Achievement in Business Excellence (SCABEX) awards, May 22, 2002, member's statement, 1523

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 9, 37, 159, 189, 215, 277, 308, 325, 353, 451-52, 481, 533, 792, 1174, 1467-68, 2081

Cities Act (No. 75)

Second reading, 2190

Cities Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 76)

Second reading, 2190-91

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 387-88

Crown corporations

Boards, survey, Points West consulting firm, 1387-88

Downsize, 284-85

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 2002 (Appointment of Directors) (No. 208)

First reading, 2188

Crown Corporations Disclosure Act (No. 212)

First reading, 2188

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Dividends, 910-12

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 626, 737, 1336

Elections

General election, call within six months of Battleford-Cut Knife constituency vacancy to avoid by-election, M. (Hillson), 2977-79

Ethanol

Development

Private sector, 1729

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., government commitment, 1729-30

Investment

Exclusive deal, 1558

Government, private sector, 1228-30, 1262-63

Government, private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., 1446-47, 1523-24

Private sector, 1557-58, 1674-75, 1792-94

Private sector, Commercial Alcohols, 1524

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

Second reading, 1831-34

Firefighters

Scott Canadian Firefighters Combat Challenge, June 1-2, 2002, Riverside Park, Swift Current, host, member's statement, 1996

Fundraising

Swift Current events, Saskatchewan Abilities Council, Canadian Cancer Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, member's statement, 1755

Government

Credibility, 1886-87

Grain

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina, company status, Crown Investments Corporation investment, 3022-23

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2820, 2854, 2906, 2933, 2961

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2925-28

Health care

Fundraising, Dr. Noble Irwin Healthcare Foundation, Swift Current, member's statement, 740

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 872-73, 1608-9, 2104-6

Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 62)

Second reading, 2433

Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 40)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2553

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 850

Hockey

Bantam Tier II provincial championship, Batco/TNT Eliminators, Swift Current, winners, member's statement, 280-81

Western Hockey League, Swift Current Broncos, winners, first round of playoffs, April 2, 2002, member's statement, 455

Hospitals

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new

Funding commitment, member's statement, 1907

Funding, government commit 65 per cent share, petitions, 2261, 2345, 2447-48, 2516, 2611, 2683, 2769, 2987, 3017, 3035

Funding, member's statement, 3020

Request, member's statement, 2614

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Conflict of interest guidelines, Fraser Nicholson, president, resignation and new employment, 2382

Debt, reduction, lease arrangement, Saskatchewan Government Growth Funds, 1626

Resignation, Fraser Nicholson, president, 1626

Information technology

Government services, EDS proposal

Rejection, 3039

Internet

High-speed

SaskTel expansion

Ministerial statement (Sonntag), 16-17

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 652-53, 2637-38

Knights of Columbus

Provincial convention, Family of the Year, Lautsch family, Swift Current, member's statement, 1258-59

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system

Budget, 660

International sales, 660-61, 1823-25

Land titles

Transactions, costs, 687

Transactions, costs, effect on Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency, 798

Transactions, paper records, 687-88

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1918-19

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 33)

Second reading, 1919-21

Legislative Assembly

Pages

Frederick Khonje, departure for new employment, 2080

Long-term care

Fees

Increase

Cancel, 830

Reconsider increases, petitions, 684, 851, 877, 903-4, 965-66, 1005-6, 1032, 1060, 1092, 1154, 1284

Motor vehicles

Insurance

Safe Driver Recognition program, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, ministerial statement (Sonntag), 2997

Natural gas

Gas rights

Shackleton reserve, discovery, northwest of Swift Current, ministerial statement (Lautermilch), 2218

Population

Decline

Economic impact, 14-15

Potato industry

Losses, government

Effect on Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 2861-63

Saskatchewan Water Corporation annual reports, 2967

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Seed potato strategy with Microgro, 2993-95, 3021-22

Storage facilities

Government ownership, 2828

Government ownership, audit, table in legislature, 2828-29

Government ownership, construction, legal requirements, 2968-69

Government ownership, portrayal to public, 2913-16

Government ownership, resignation of cabinet minister, 2915-16

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1124

Public service

Employees, senior, conflict of interest guidelines, 2381-82

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Second reading, 2431-33

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investments

Alberta, effects, benefits, 541

Hi-Alta Capital, 539-40

Hi-Alta Capital, public announcement, lacking, 540, 600-601

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation

Investment, Hanson Lake Sand Corporation, receivership, 2691-92

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

Austar Communications, Australia, progress, 858-59

Cable television, 2323-24, 2350-52, 2774-75

Losses, 1001-2, 1098-1100

Returns, 1999 to 2001, 2134

Retx, 97-98

Retx, relocate to Saskatchewan, 130-31

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 290-92

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 296, 297

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 4)

Second reading, 838-39

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2554

SaskPower International Inc.

Financial losses, Dillon Consulting report, recommendation, 1181-82

Financial losses, effect, Saskatchewan Power Corporation customers, 1181

Schools

Catholic Schools for Tomorrow award

Catholic Curriculum Online Web site, St. Patrick School, Swift Current, member's statement, 1063

SecurTek

SafetyNet, new business venture, competition with private sector, VS Response Systems, 1702-3

Soccer

Swift Current Home Hardware United under-14 girls soccer team, provincial champion, member's statement, 281

Telephones

Cellular service

SaskTel, prepaid, changes, member's statement, 2449

Theatre

Swift Current Little Theatre, The Melville Boys, award winner, 2002 Saskatchewan Community Theatre Inc. Full Length Play Festival, member's statement, 740

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 54)

Second reading, 2091-92

Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 14)

Second reading, 837-38

Wind power

GreenPower program, SaskPower, ministerial statement (Sonntag), 886-87

 

Wartman, Hon. Mark (NDP, Regina Qu'Appelle Valley; Minister of Highways and Transportation)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 57-61

Budget (March 27, 2002)

Speakers, 400-403

Cities and towns

Lumsden, one of Canada's prettiest, member's statement, 794-95

Condolences

Rousseau, Paul Emile (former MLA), M. (Serby), 1479-80

Constituency Boundaries Commission

Final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2846

Ethanol

Policy, government, support by Assembly, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Gantefoer), 544-51

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2884-86, 2887-88

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 839-50, 1196-1201, 1614-18, 2052-54, 2204-8, 2491-2514

Pavement Scientific International

Research agreement, ministerial statement (Wartman), 746-47

Internet

High-speed

SaskTel expansion

Lampman, member's statement, 2320

Libraries

Public

Montmartre, new building, shared, member's statement, 390-91

Wolseley, dedication, Harold Whyte Book Nook, member's statement, 1727

Rail transportation/Railways

Farmer Rail Car Coalition

Government support, ministerial statement (Wartman), 912-13

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and express services, retain, petitions, 308

Students

Mathematics competition, University of Waterloo, Justin Hoffman, Riffel High School, Regina, outstanding placement, member's statement, 741

Tourism

Web sites, new, financed by Canada-Saskatchewan Western Economic Partnership Agreement, member's statement, 1338

United Empire Loyalist Day

June 19, 2002, member's statement, 2182

Volleyball

Scholarship, High Point University, North Carolina, Heather Brooks, recipient, Campbell Collegiate, Regina, member's statement, 422

 

Weekes, Mr. Randy (Saskatchewan Party, Redberry Lake)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 180-87

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 48)

Second reading, 1505

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 5)

Second reading, 979-80

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57)

Second reading, 1897-98, 2440-41

Cattle industry

Drought, assistance

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew), 1801-2

Assembly urges federal government to recognize drought and commit $10 million to wells, dugouts, water pumping equipment to avoid sell-off of cattle, M. (Trew); questions and comments, 1804

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 1384, 1438

CommunityNet

Expansion

Continue, to schools, communities, government offices, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (D'Autremont), 786-88

Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1268

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 481, 533-34, 738, 792, 1092, 1154, 1254, 1336, 1492, 1519-20, 1551, 1576, 1786, 1817-18, 1849, 2237

Democratic Unionism Act (No. 206)

First reading, 2218-19

Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 50)

Second reading, 1531

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 684

Education, post-secondary

Funding, stable long-term, M. (Hart); amdt. (Trew), 2142-44

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1748

Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (No. 71)

Second reading, 2006-7

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper), 1397-98

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1406

Families

Catholic Family Service, North Battleford, dinner and auction, March 23, 2002, 10th annual, fundraiser, member's statement, 217

Family Maintenance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 8)

Second reading, 530

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12)

Second reading, 1301-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1586-88

Farm safety net, 2615-16

Farmers/Producers

Outstanding Young Farmers Awards, Saskatchewan and Canada, John Cote and Barb Stefanyshyn-Cote, Leask, member's statement, 1963

Fencing

Canadian National Junior Women's Sabre Team, 2002, Nadia Brecht, Asquith, selected, member's statement, 2263

Fiscal Stabilization Fund Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1166

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1217-18, 1220

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2821, 2854, 2906, 2934, 2962, 2987-88, 3018, 3035-36

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2921-23

Health Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 874, 2581-82

Health Quality Council Act (No. 41)

Second reading, 1503

Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 62)

Second reading, 1840

High schools

St. Angela's Academy, Prelate, graduation exercises, June 22, 2002, member's statement, 2320

Highways and roads

Highway No. 15

Repairs, petitions, 452, 594, 1468, 1878, 1903

Hospitals

Hafford, lacks full-time physician, member's statement, 93-94

Independent Officers' Remuneration (Amdt.) Act, 2002 (No. 16)

Second reading, 637

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1841-42

IPSCO Inc. and United Steelworkers of America, Local 5890, Collective Bargaining Agreement Act, 2002 (No. 83)

Second reading, 2973-74

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2974-75

Kick-boxing

Competition, Schanks Athletic Club, Calgary, Jessica Reid, Hafford, trophy winner, member's statement, 2130

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 896-97, 899-901, 1365-69, 1769-74, 2719, 2721-23

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2002, member's statement, 1015-16

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70)

Second reading, 2441-42

Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 33)

Second reading, 1186

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Gratitude, appreciation, illness and death of member, Mrs. Shirley Peters, member's statement, 2990

Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 45)

Second reading, 1736

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 824, 852, 878, 904, 966, 994, 1006, 1032, 1061, 1174, 1284-85, 1314

Medical Profession Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1325

Members' Conflict of Interest Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 63)

Second reading, 1899-1900

Minimum Wage Board

Recommendation, minimum wage, increase, supplementary information, 1040

Motor vehicles

Cam-Don Motors, Perdue, grand opening, June 14, 2002, member's statement, 2084

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 66)

Second reading, 1893

Municipalities

Vanscoy and District Agricultural Society, fundraiser, third annual, A Taste of the RM, April 27, 2002, member's statement, 1257

Museums

General Store Memories, Blaine Lake area, official opening, July 1, 2002, member's statement, 2686

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 56)

Second reading, 1866

Points of order

Civil servants, protection, accuracy of factual information, 1303

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1125, 1222

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Second reading, 1840

Rodeo

Canadian Cowboys' Association, Vanscoy district rodeo, member's statement, 2213

Rural revitalization

Policies for positive impact, lack of commitment by province, M. (Weekes); amdt. (Yates), 1406-19

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Second reading, 2437-38

Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 60)

Second reading, 1898

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon, Achievement Scholarship, Stuart Redekop, member's statement, 2614

School divisions

Biggar School Division, labour dispute, support workers

Member's statement, 596

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 19)

Second reading, 640-41

Telephones

Parks, government provide service and cellular coverage, petitions, 1619-20, 1667, 1695-96, 1723-24, 1749-50, 2683-84, 2769-70

Trade Union Amdt. Act, 2002 (Freedom of Speech in the Workplace) (No. 209)

First reading, 2219

Urban Municipal Administrators Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 11)

Second reading, 528

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 54)

Second reading, 1863

Voluntarism

North Central Regional Recreation Association, Volunteer Recognition Award, 2002, Rodger Pederson, Blaine Lake, recipient, member's statement, 2517

Water quality

North Battleford

Crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 500-503

Workers' compensation

Permanent functional impairment, government ensure fair and equitable treatment of workers, petitions, 1959, 1993, 2081-82, 2129, 2179, 2209, 2612

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 72)

Second reading, 2174-76

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2602-4

Workers' Compensation Board

Financial information, monthly, 1627

Financial mismanagement, 1626-27

Financial mismanagement, corrective action, 1756

Operating loss, 1555-57

Premiums, increase, 1557, 1627, 1757

 

Wiberg, Mr. Daryl (Saskatchewan Party, Saskatchewan Rivers)

4-H

Saskatchewan 4-H Hall of Fame, Muriel Sheldon, rural Prince Albert, induction, member's statement, 1754

Baseball

Late Lewis Hobson, Prince Albert, inductee, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, August 17, 2002, member's statement, 2584-85

Business

Samuel McLeod Awards, business excellence, Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce, April 17, 2002, member's statement, 827

Children

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 792, 1154, 1383-84, 1575-76

Citizens

Lakeland and District, 2002 Citizens of the Year, Maurice and Doris Parent, member's statement, 596

Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1538-40

Crop insurance

Premiums, increase, coverage changes

Halt, petitions, 737-38, 1092, 1254, 1336, 1438, 1468, 1492

Curling

Sherry Anderson rink, recognition, member's statement, 191

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 1174, 1519, 1551

Economy

Applaud efforts of all sectors to build positive 21st century economy, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wakefield), 1241-44

Emergency medical services

Week, May 19-25, 2002, member's statement, 1494

Employment development, 284

Oil sands, Alberta, Northern Neighbors - A Partnership for Jobs initiative, 167-68

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1048-49

Families

Building independence program, Assembly endorsement, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Toth), 930-33

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1975-80

Forest fires

Crutwell fire, Prince Albert area, forest firefighters, volunteer firefighters, gratitude, member's statement, 2402

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1637-49

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

Second reading, 2168-74

Government

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, no confidence in current government, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Yates), 2414-25

Health care

Centres

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 2612, 2769

Health care professionals

Training, northern Saskatchewan

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg), 1074-76

Health promotion, northern Saskatchewan, M. (Goulet); amdt. (Wiberg); questions and comments, 1080-81

Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 62)

Second reading, 2276-78

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1197-98

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1357-60, 1921-25, 1931-34, 2647-49

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2256-57

Long-term care

Fees

Reconsider increases, petitions, 824, 851-52, 877, 904, 994, 1032, 1060-61, 1284, 1314

New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan)

National, criticism in National Post, Bob Rae, former NDP premier, Ontario, member's statement, 880

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 56)

Second reading, 2094-97, 2433-34

Prostitution

Child prostitution, protection

Recommendations, final report, Special Committee to Prevent the Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade, immediate implementation, petitions, 1222

Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002, (No. 9)

Second reading, 1346-49

Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Second reading, 2272-76

Registered Plan (Retirement Income) Exemption Act (No. 23)

Second reading, 1019-21

Saskatchewan Party

Grow Saskatchewan strategy, meeting, Lac La Ronge, April 3, 2002, member's statement, 422-23

Schools

Principal Appreciation Award, 1st annual, Saskatchewan Association of School Councils, Linda Hryciw, recipient, Meath Park School, member's statement, 2183

Tax Enforcement Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 10)

Second reading, 834-36

Theatre

Birch Hills School, musical comedy, Dragon Tale by John Carter and Mary Kay Beall, member's statement, 1385

Trade unions

Byers, Barb, formerly of Saskatchewan Federation of Labour, relocation to Canadian Labour Congress, member's statement, 2131

Urban Municipal Administrators Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 11)

Second reading, 836-37

 

 

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Yates, Mr. Kevin (NDP, Regina Dewdney)

Agricultural products

Canary seed, organic, Harvest Sun Seed & Grain Company Ltd., Regina, export, member's statement, 40

Canadian Alliance Party

New leader, Stephen Harper, member's statement, 164

Co-operatives

Broadview Co-operative, sales increase, member's statement, 537

Correctional services

Corrections Exemplary Service Awards, April 29, 2002, member's statement, 1034

Economy

Applaud efforts of all sectors to build positive 21st century economy, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wakefield), 1231-34

Education

Costs, downloaded onto boards of education, forcing cuts in programming, teacher layoffs, higher property taxes, condemnation, M. (Draude); amdt. (Forbes), 1251

Employment

Growth

Statistics, member's statement, 1880-81, 2584, 2823

Statistics, Regina, member's statement, 2772

Ethanol

Enable private sector development, and determination of location and number of facilities, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Harper); questions and comments, 1405-6

Legislation, praise, Canadian Renewable Fuels Association, member's statement, 2613

Firefighters

Assembly praise forest firefighters, recognize government's fire suppression program whose efficiency is model for rest of country, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wiberg), 1969-73

Forest industry

Assembly congratulations, job creation, nearly $1 billion new investments in last three years, M. (Goulet), 1631-33

Government

No confidence in current Premier and cabinet, no confidence in current government, M. (Hermanson); amdt. (Yates), 2425-27

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Climate change, critical issue, support of 12 principles adopted by provinces and territories as basis for negotiating national plan with Government of Canada, M. (Lautermilch); amdt. (Stewart), 2875-78

Income tax

Forms, Saskatchewan, simplification, member's statement, 1095

Investment

Venture capital, development, member's statement, 2937

Long-term care

Fees

Assembly condemn government, Minister of Health, Minister of Finance, Premier, for not being forthcoming regarding impact of new fee structure, M. (Toth); amdt. (Yates), 1086-89

Manufacturing industry

Production increase, confidence, member's statement, 628

New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan)

Candidate nomination, Pamela Nykolaishen, Saltcoats constituency, member's statement, 1725-26

Newspapers

Leader-Post, Saskatchewan Party leader would make a good premier, poll results, member's statement, 685

Oil industry

Gas conservation plant, construction, Glen Ewen, member's statement, 216-17

Points of order

Debate

Liberal Party member not member of Saskatchewan Party, 1071

Premier

Business luncheon, 2nd annual, May 22, 2002, member's statement, 1522

Public service

National Public Service Week, June 9-15, 2002, member's statement, 1905

Retail trade

Sales, growth, member's statement, 2262-63

Ringette

Canadian Ringette Championships, 24th annual, April 1-6, 2002, Regina, opening ceremonies, member's statement, 355

Rural revitalization

Policies for positive impact, lack of commitment by province, M. (Weekes); amdt. (Yates), 1422-28

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall), 296

Passenger and freight services, retain, M. (McCall); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 296, 297

Schools

McDermid School, Regina, provincial winner, 2001-2002 International Reading Association Exemplary Reading Program Award, member's statement, 390

Senior citizens

Sedley New Horizons Seniors' Centre, official opening, June 15, 2002, member's statement, 2083

Terrorism

United States, attacks on World Trade Center, Pentagon, and Pennsylvania, September 11, 2001, condolences to families, military actions supported, M. (Hermanson), 301-5

Trade

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership Inc., Market Intelligence Group, finalist, Champion in Strategic Intelligence Award, Competia, member's statement, 1316-17