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3rd Session, 24th Legislature

2002-2003

 

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Aboriginal economic development strategy See Indians/First Nations – Aboriginal economic development strategy

 

Aboriginal internship and management development program See Indians/First Nations – Aboriginal internship and management development program

 

Aboriginal Justice Commission See Indians/First Nations – Aboriginal Justice Commission

 

Aboriginals See Indians/First Nations

 

Abuse and Exploitation of Children through the Sex Trade Prevention Committee

Recommendations, final report See Prostitution – Child prostitution, protection – Recommendations, final report

 

Accountability of Crown Entities Act (No. 211)

First reading

Wall, 2188

 

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE), 1, 3, 30, 82, 105, 244, 263–64, 401 See also Highways and Transportation Department – Action Committee on the Rural Economy, report recommendations, effect on highways and roads

Report, recommendations, implementation

Harpauer, 1038–39

Krawetz, 1065–67

Serby, 1038–40

 

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care See Health care – Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care

 

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, 18–36, 47–68, 69–89, 99–123, 135–57, 170–88, 197–213, 225–47, 249–76

Speakers

Addley, 149–57, 170

Allchurch, 170–75

Belanger, 99–105

Brkich, 65–69

Crofford, 121–23, 135–44

Eagles, 199–201

Elhard, 208–11

Forbes, 26–30

Goulet, 69–77

Hamilton, 80–84

Harpauer, 105–9

Harper, 61–65

Hart, 229–38

Heppner, 84–89

Hermanson, 50–57

Higgins, 212–13, 225–29

Hillson, 77–80

Huyghebaert, 116–21

Julé, 30–34

Junor, 243–47, 249–52

Lorjé, 201–8

McMorris, 252–60

Melenchuk, 273–76

Nilson, 187–88, 197–99

Osika, 238–41

Peters, 241–43

Prebble, 18–26

Thomson, 109–16

Toth, 34–36, 47–50

Trew, 175–80

Van Mulligen, 260–66

Wakefield, 144–49

Wall, 266–73

Wartman, 57–61

Weekes, 180–87

Motion for consideration, moved by Mr. Prebble, seconded by Mr. Forbes, 26; amdt. (Toth), 50

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 276

 

Administrative Professionals Day, April 24, 2002

Member's statement

Eagles, 968

Jones, 968

 

Agricultural Credit Corporation of Saskatchewan

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2766

 

Agricultural producers See Farmers/Producers

 

Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) See Livestock industry – Drought, assistance – Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan

 

Agricultural products

Canary seed, organic, Harvest Sun Seed & Grain Company Ltd., Regina, export, member's statement

Yates, 40

 

Agriculture, 256–57

Agricultural Biotechnology International Conference, September 15-18, 2002, Saskatoon, member's statement

Jones, 2378

Crisis See Farm families – Income; Farm safety net

Diversification, 1, 62, 69

Federal government, support, 316

Funding, 2708

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

Addley, 740

Government assistance See Farmers/Producers – Government assistance

Government policies, financial effect

Harpauer, 745–46, 1227–28

Hermanson, 1096–97

Serby, 745–46

Sonntag, 1227–28

Government reports

Serby, 2132

Subsidies See also Farm families – Subsidies, United States; Farm families – Subsidies war, victims; Motions (priority of debate) – United States farm subsidies Bill; Trade – Protectionism, United States

Federal support, 2762–66

Federal support, 60/40 cost share

Hermanson, 2085

Federal support, discussions

Calvert, 1756, 2031–32, 2379–80

Harpauer, 2379

Hermanson, 1756, 2031–32

Serby, 1701

Federal support, package details, 2703–6

Bjornerud, 2264–65

Calvert, 1907–8, 1964–65

Harpauer, 2241

Hermanson, 1701–2, 1907, 1964–66, 1998

Serby, 1965–66, 2265

Federal support, package details, new money

Calvert, 2184–85

Harpauer, 2215–17

Hermanson, 2184–85

Serby, 2215–17

Federal support, package details, provincial reaction

Calvert, 2214–15

Hermanson, 2213–15

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

Calvert, 2219–21

Hermanson, 2221–25

Hillson, 2225–26

United States, Farm Bill 2002

Federal support, 60/40 cost share

Hermanson, 1579–80

Serby, 1579–80

Federal support, discussions, agreements

Hermanson, 1259–60

Serby, 1259

Federal support, producers, 1603–4

Hermanson, 1226

Lautermilch, 1226–27

Motion for debate, amendment

Calvert, 1096

Hermanson, 1096

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

Calvert, 1128–29

Harpauer, 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)

Calvert, 1109–10

Cline, 1118–20

Harpauer, 1106–9

Hart, 1115–18

Hermanson, 1110–13

Hillson, 1120–21

Lautermilch, 1113–15

Serby, 1101–6

Western governments, opposition leaders, meeting

Calvert, 1260–61

Hermanson, 1260

Western governments, opposition leaders, meeting, proposal

Hermanson, 1178

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

Harpauer, 2130

 

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department See also Agriculture and Food Department; Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 50)

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 667–82, 1369–76, 1589–1604, 1943–51, 2742–66

Bjornerud, 670–72, 2745

Brkich, 680, 1943–45

Draude, 2745, 2748

Elhard, 2755–58

Harpauer, 667–68, 672–73, 676–80, 1369–75, 1595–1600, 1943, 1946–47, 2742–44, 2746–48, 2751–55, 2759, 2762–64, 2766

Hart, 673–76, 681–82, 1601–4, 2746, 2760–62, 2764–65

Huyghebaert, 1600–1601, 1945–46

Julé, 1589–94

Krawetz, 2748–50

McMorris, 1947–50

Serby, 667–82, 1369–76, 1589–1604, 1943–51, 2742–66

Stewart, 2750–51

 

Agriculture and Food Department See also Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department; Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 50)

Contract, rural farm families report

Serby, 94

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

Bakken, 94–95

Estimates, supplementary (2001-2002), 2766

 

Agriculture Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 655

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 655

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)

Serby, 665

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

Harper, 1061

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

Harper, 2237–38

 

Ahtahkakoop, Chief See Indians/First Nations – Ahtahkakoop, Chief

 

Air cadets

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

Brkich, 2857–58

Leadership seminar, Camp Sask Cadet, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 309–10

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

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

D'Autremont, 1442

802 Pipestone Squadron, Moosomin, 723 Moose Mountain Squadron, Carlyle, parade and awards, member's statement

Toth, 1495

888 William J. Kindrachuk Squadron, Wakaw, parade and awards, member's statement

Julé, 1962

17 Yorkton Squadron, Yorkton, parade and awards, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 1754–55

 

Air quality See Environment – Air quality, strategy

 

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

Forbes, 392

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

Forbes, 1672

 

Aircraft, government, 2310–13

Thomson, 1342

Wakefield, 1342

Air ambulances, 2312

Firefighting, report, 2651–52

Firefighting, single engine air tanker program, 2652

Lease, details, cost analysis

Wakefield, 2136

 

Airports

Funding, 1196

Northern Saskatchewan, funding, 319

Security fees, 1196–97

Air flights, member's statement

Forbes, 356

Exemptions, northern Saskatchewan, 1197

 

Alberta Heritage Fund See Fiscal Stabilization Fund – Comparison with Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund

 

Alcohol and drug abuse See also Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 30); Taxation – Alcohol, increase

Short-term detox centre, Saskatoon, funding

Huyghebaert, 743–44

Nilson, 744

Treatment centre, Weyburn, petitions, 1878

Bakken, 1849

Youth

Medical attention, statistics, 2575–76

Programs, 650–52

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department, 1305–8

Your Life: Your Choice, 1306, 1308–9, 1612

Treatment See also Children – Early development programs – Kids First program; Education – SchoolPLUS program

Community services, Calder Centre, Saskatoon, 1609–12

Methadone, 1611–12

 

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

First reading

Osika, 1324

Second reading

Bakken, 2430–31

Krawetz, 2009–10

Osika, 1504–5

Weekes, 1505

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bakken, 2596–2601

Osika, 2596–2601

Third reading

Osika, 2609

Royal Assent, 2806

 

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

First reading

Osika, 2036

Second reading

Bakken, 2436

D'Autremont, 2191

Osika, 2191

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bakken, 2601

Osika, 2601

Third reading

Osika, 2609

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Allen, Margaret See Finance Department – Retirement, Margaret Allen, senior administrative assistant

 

Alliance Party See Canadian Alliance Party

 

ALS See Health care – ALS Awareness Week, June 16-22, 2002

 

Ambulance service

Community-based, consolidation and centralization, petitions, 1668, 1750, 2055, 2770

Julé, 1619, 1723, 2027, 2683

Funding, 2575

 

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis See Health care – ALS Awareness Week, June 16-22, 2002

 

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

First reading

Serby, 1324

Second reading

Harpauer, 1900–1901

McMorris, 1530–31

Serby, 1529–30

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 2113

Serby, 2113

Third reading

Hagel, 2123

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Annaheim, Sask. See Farm machinery industry – Doepker Industries Ltd., Annaheim

 

Anniversary Secretariat See Culture, Youth and Recreation Department – Anniversary Secretariat

 

APAS (Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan) See Livestock industry – Drought, assistance – Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan

 

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

 

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

First reading

Lorjé, 99

Second reading

Hart, 977–79

McMorris, 638

Melenchuk, 637–38

Weekes, 979–80

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Brkich, 1566

Hart, 1562–66

Melenchuk, 1562–66

Third reading

Melenchuk, 1566

Royal Assent, 1722

 

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

First reading

Cline, 526

Second reading

Cline, 526

Third reading

Cline, 526

Royal Assent, 526

 

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

First reading

Cline, 1710

Second reading

Cline, 1710

Third reading

Cline, 1711

Royal Assent, 1722

 

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

First reading

Cline, 2461

Second reading

Cline, 2461

Third reading

Cline, 2461

Royal Assent, 2491

 

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

First reading

Cline, 2805

Second reading

Cline, 2805

Third reading

Cline, 2805

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Architects Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 29)

First reading

Thomson, 914

Second reading be discharged and the Bill withdrawn, M. (Thomson)

Thomson, 1733

 

Area transportation planning committees See Highways and roads – Construction and maintenance – Area transportation planning committees

 

Armed Forces See Canadian Armed Forces

 

Arran, Sask. See Water quality – Arran, problems

 

Arscott, Hugh See Tributes – Arscott, Hugh

 

Art/Artists See also Authors – Saskatchewan Festival of Words; Culture; Dance; Music; Status of the Artist Act (No. 73); Theatre

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, member's statement

Crofford, 1494

Fisher, Dan, artist of the year, Saskatchewan Indian Federated College fine arts program, honoured in Cumberland Gallery, Legislative Building, member's statement

VanMulligen, 1063–64

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

Atkinson, 793

Poitras, Edward, 138

 

Arthritis Society See Health care – Arthritis, Camp Wekando, Saskatoon, May 10-12, 2002, Arthritis Society

 

Assiniboia, Sask. See Business – Expansion – Assiniboia

 

Assiniboine River See Water – Drainage, east Saskatchewan, Upper Assiniboine River Basin study

 

Astronomy

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

Belanger, 1827

 

Athletics

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

Gantefoer, 2213

 

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

First reading

Heppner, 2245

 

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

 

Authors See also Books

Saskatchewan Festival of Words, 6th, July 25-28, 2002, Moose Jaw, member's statement

Higgins, 2613

 

Automobile Accident Insurance Act, 4

 

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

First reading

Sonntag, 1628

Second reading

Brkich, 2197–2201

D'Autremont, 2360–63

Elhard, 2461–65

Gantefoer, 2389–93

Heppner, 2385–89

Hillson, 2393–95

McMorris, 2269–72

Sonntag, 1894–97

Toth, 2395–2400

Wall, 2071–76

Weekes, 1897–98, 2440–41

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 2547–48

Sonntag, 2539–51

Wall, 2539–47, 2548–50

Third reading

Sonntag, 2563

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Automobiles See Motor vehicles

 

Avonlea dam See Dams – Avonlea

 

Awards See Honours and awards

 

 

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Badminton

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

Draude, 454-55

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

Elhard, 997

 

Balanced Budget Act, 2002 (No. 214)

First reading

Krawetz, 2269

 

Barker Foundation See Rural communities - Barker Foundation awards

 

Baseball

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

Bakken, 2771

Late Lewis Hobson, Prince Albert, inductee, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, August 17, 2002, member's statement

Wiberg, 2584-85

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

Hermanson, 1789

Midget Provincial B Girls' Fastball Championships, 2002, Langbank Lions Club, host, member's statement

Toth, 2584

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

Elhard, 1387

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

Gantefoer, 2182

 

Basketball

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

Hart, 390

Midnight Basketball League, Regina, youth at risk, member's statement

Julé, 326

 

Beef industry See Cattle industry

 

Beer industry See Breweries

 

Belle Plaine, Sask. See Ethanol - Development - Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., stalled projects, Belle Plaine, Shaunavon, Tisdale, Melville; Potash industry - Phosphate distribution centre, CWS Logistics Ltd., IMC Global potash mine, Belle Plaine

 

Benson, Gary See Saskatchewan Government Growth Fund - Payment, 2001, Gary Benson

 

Big game damage compensation program See Crop insurance - Damage compensation programs

 

Bills, private- See also Titles of specific Bills (Royal Assent denoted by *)

*No. 301. Conference of Mennonites of Saskatchewan Amdt. Act, 2002. Peters

*No. 302. Sunnyside Nursing Home Amdt. Act, 2002. Jones

*No. 303. Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002. Hamilton

*No. 304. Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Amdt. Act, 2002. Jones

 

Bills, public- See also Title of specific Bills (Royal Assent denoted by *)

*No. 1. Ethanol Fuel Act. Thomson

*No. 2. Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act. Hagel

*No. 3. Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 4. SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2002. Sonntag

*No. 5. Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Amdt. Act, 2002. Lorjé

*No. 6. Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002. Serby

*No. 7. Electronic Information and Documents Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 8. Family Maintenance Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 9. Real Estate Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 10. Tax Enforcement Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 11. Urban Municipal Administrators Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 12. Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002. Serby

*No. 13. Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists Amdt. Act, 2002. Nilson

*No. 14. Vehicle Administration Amdt. Act, 2002. Sonntag

*No. 15. Queen's Bench Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

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

*No. 17. Public Employees Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 18. Saskatchewan Pension Plan Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

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

*No. 20. Consumer Protection Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

No. 21. Collection Agents Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

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

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

*No. 24. Powers of Attorney Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 25. Cost of Credit Disclosure Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 26. Enforcement of Canadian Judgments Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 27. Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 28. Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act. Axworthy

No. 29. Architects Amdt. Act, 2002. Thomson

*No. 30. Liquor Consumption Tax Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 31. Tobacco Tax Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 32. Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 33. Land Titles Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 34. Education Amdt. Act, 2002. Melenchuk

*No. 35. Fiscal Stabilization Fund Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 36. Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 37. Medical Profession Amdt. Act, 2002. Nilson

No. 38. Paramedics Act. Nilson

*No. 39. Prescription Drugs Amdt. Act, 2002. Nilson

*No. 40. Highway Traffic Amdt. Act, 2002. Sonntag

*No. 41. Health Quality Council Act. Nilson

*No. 42. Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002. Nilson

*No. 43. Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Act. Nilson

*No. 44. Animal Products Amdt. Act, 2002. Serby

*No. 45. Local Government Election Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 46. Registered Music Teachers Act, 2002. Melenchuk

*No. 47. Wildlife Habitat Protection Amdt. Act, 2002. Lorjé

*No. 48. Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 49. Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act. Axworthy

*No. 50. Department of Agriculture and Food Amdt. Act, 2002. Serby

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

*No. 52. Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 53. Department of Economic Development Amdt. Act, 2002. Lautermilch

*No. 54. Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 55. Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 56. Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

*No. 57. Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002. Sonntag

*No. 58. Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 59. Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Act. Axworthy

*No. 60. Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

*No. 61. Regional Health Services Act. Nilson

*No. 62. Health Statutes Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002. Nilson

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

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

*No. 65. Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002. Belanger

*No. 66. Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2002. Cline

*No. 67. Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act. Belanger

*No. 68. Saskatchewan Water Corporation Act. Belanger

*No. 69. Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians Amdt. Act, 2002. Thomson

*No. 70. Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002. Higgins

*No. 71. Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002. Belanger

*No. 72. Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2002. Higgins

*No. 73. Status of the Artist Act. Crofford

*No. 74. Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation Amdt. Act, 2002. Lautermilch

*No. 75. Cities Act. Osika

*No. 76. Cities Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002. Osika

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

*No. 78. Members of the Legislative Assembly Benefits Act. Cline

*No. 79. Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002. Axworthy

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

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

*No. 82. Representation Act, 2002. Calvert

*No. 83. IPSCO Inc. and United Steelworkers of America, Local 5890, Collective Bargaining Agreement Act, 2002. Higgins

No. 201. Members' Conflict of Interest Amdt. Act, 2002. D'Autremont

No. 202. Government Accountability Act. Krawetz

*No. 203. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day Act. Draude

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

No. 205. Protection of Persons in Care Act. Wakefield

No. 206. Democratic Unionism Act. Weekes

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

No. 208. Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 2002 (Appointment of Directors). Wall

No. 209. Trade Union Amdt. Act, 2002 (Freedom of Speech in the Workplace). Weekes

No. 210. Attachment of Debts Amdt. Act, 2002. Heppner

No. 211. Accountability of Crown Entities Act. Wall

No. 212. Crown Corporations Disclosure Act. Wall

No. 213. Tobacco Control Amdt. Act, 2002. Gantefoer

No. 214. Balanced Budget Act, 2002. Krawetz

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

 

Biosphere reserves See United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization - Biosphere reserves, Redberry Lake

 

Birdseed See Agricultural products - Canary seed

 

Birthdays, 100th See Centenarians

 

Births

Sonntag, April 21, 2002, daughter, Meadow Lake member, Maynard Sonntag, member's statement

Sonntag, 886

 

Bladworth, Sask. See Fires - Bladworth

 

Block, Carl See Tributes - Block, Carl

 

Books- See also Authors - Saskatchewan Festival of Words

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

Atkinson, 906-7

Canada Book Day, April 23, 2002, International Book Day, member's statement

VanMulligen, 906

Lake of the Prairies, by Warren Cariou, book talk by author, Book and Brier Patch, Regina, member's statement

Sonntag, 190-91

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

Axworthy, 855

Saskatchewan Publishers Group, media campaign "Saskatchewan Books Go Public," member's statement

Nilson, 1700

 

Breweries

Great West Brewery, 112

Debentures, conversion to equity shares, Crown Investments Corporation, 272

McMorris, 95-96

Sonntag, 95-96

Shares, Crown Investments Corporation, conflict of interest

McMorris, 96

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

Forbes, 2518

 

Bridges See Highways and roads - Bridges, St. Louis; Highways and roads - Highway No. 37 - Construction and maintenance, bridges

 

Broomball

National Junior Broomball Championships, Oak Bluff, Manitoba, March 27-30, 2002, Bruno Junior Axemen, gold medallists, member's statement

Julé, 355

 

Budget- See also Balanced Budget Act, 2002 (No. 214); Government - Financial management

Accounting practices, change, 340, 442

Cline, 220

Krawetz, 220, 357, 359

Audited financial statements

Cline, 458

Balanced, 27, 104, 380

Drawing on savings, 316, 412, 444, 466

Cline, 457, 663

Legislation, 78, 334, 374

Legislation, violated, 363, 405, 431-34

Krawetz, 357-58, 395-97, 458

Ninth consecutive, 434

Calvert, 312

Deficit, 31, 52, 68, 88, 118, 146, 173, 180, 242, 255, 323-24, 334-36, 377-78, 431, 443, 466-68, 470, 2786-87

Cline, 45

Julé, 13-14

Krawetz, 45, 311-12, 457-58, 1886

Editorial, The Melville Advance, member's statement

Bjornerud, 629

Hidden

Krawetz, 328-29, 662-63

Hidden, Crown corporations

Krawetz, 356

Size

Krawetz, 329-30

Impact, Hotels Association of Saskatchewan, 409-10

Impact, media statements, 409

Moody's Investment Services, credit rating upgrade

Cline, 1886

Negative press, 468-69

Planning

Cline, 1132

Reassessment, 1460

Surplus, estimate

Krawetz, 2451-52

Surplus, projection

Hillson, 1132

 

Budget (March 27, 2002)- See also Specific subjects

Cline, 316-23

Debate, 323-24, 333-50, 363-86, 399-418, 431-49

Estimates- See Estimates

Speakers

Atkinson, 443-48

Bakken, 448-49

Bjornerud, 383-86, 399-400

Boyd, 339-50, 363-65

Crofford, 373-77

D'Autremont, 403-6

Draude, 377-80

Elhard, 438-43

Forbes, 406-8

Gantefoer, 369-73

Goulet, 380-83

Hagel, 365-69

Hamilton, 412-16

Hillson, 431-34

Huyghebaert, 408-12

Krawetz, 323-24, 333-39

Sonntag, 434-38

Wall, 416-18, 431

Wartman, 400-403

M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 323; amdt. (Krawetz)

Krawetz, 339

M. (Lautermilch) to resume debate March 28, 2002

Lautermilch, 324

 

Buffalo Pound Provincial Park See Parks - Provincial, Buffalo Pound

 

Building independence programs See Families - Building independence programs

 

Buildings

Building code, 1780-81

Heritage, awards, Saskatchewan Architectural Heritage Society, June 22, 2002, member's statement

VanMulligen, 2319

 

Bullies See Children - Behaviour, bullying, educational films

 

Burrowing owl

Conservation plan, Moose Jaw, member's statement

Hagel, 1789

 

Bus tour, Caucus See Premier - Caucus, bus travel, public hearings

 

Buses See Saskatchewan Transportation Company

 

Business- See also Premier - Business luncheon; Small business

Battlefords Business Excellence (BBEX) awards, 2002, member's statement

Hillson, 1258

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

Forbes, 127-28

Celebrate Success awards, 4th, Yorkton, member's statement

Serby, 217

Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon, president, Lester Lafond, First Nations person, member's statement

Lorjé, 1224

Confidence, 58, 111

Expansion

Assiniboia, member's statement

Higgins, 1996

Lanigan, Wynyard, Kamsack, 62

Melville, 239

Melville, member's statement

Osika, 11

Impediments, 120

Government competition, 231

Taxes, regulations, 146-47

International Undergraduate Student Business Plan Competition, Dan Murza and Cory Weiss, University of Saskatchewan, winners, member's statement

Jones, 218

Junior Team Canada, Katie Kirkness, Yorkton, team member, travel to China and Philippines, member's statement

Serby, 2517

Kitchen, Liquor Board store, Regina

Bakken, 2588-90

Osika, 2589-90

Loss of

Hermanson, 12

Machine shop, full-service, Standard Machine, Saskatoon, new location, member's statement

Melenchuk, 1386

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

Hagel, 1387

Moose Jaw business awards, 1st annual, member's statement

Higgins, 1522

Optimism, Saskatoon, 26-27

Paragon Awards, 2002, business excellence, Regina Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Thomson, 658

Wakefield, 658-59

Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, entrepreneurs' competition, Dan Murza and Cory Weiss, University of Saskatchewan, winners, member's statement

Lorjé, 595-96

Report on Business magazine, Keith Martell, president, First Nations Bank of Canada, recognition, member's statement

Sonntag, 2030

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

Hamilton, 2131

Rocanville, member's statement

McCall, 308-9

Rocanville, three businesses, grand reopening, April 19, 2002, member's statement

Toth, 879

Rural, 67

Samuel McLeod Awards, business excellence, Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce, April 17, 2002, member's statement

Wiberg, 827

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

Addley, 1441

Wakefield, 1441

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

Draude, 2911

Successes, Weyburn-Big Muddy constituency, 448-49

Swift Current Achievement in Business Excellence (SCABEX) awards, May 22, 2002, member's statement

Wall, 1523

Taxation, 33

Corporation capital tax, change, 321, 374, 382, 413, 416-17, 445, 475 See also Corporation Capital Tax Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 36)

Decrease, projection, 324

Youth Business Excellence Awards

Beechy and Outlook, member's statement

Brkich, 1855

North Battleford, May 4, 2002, member's statement

Peters, 1225

Northeast Saskatchewan, June 8, 2002, first annual, member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 1906

 

Business-labour round table See Labour-business round table

 

Butala, Sharon See Honours and awards - Order of Canada, Officer, Sharon Butala, author, Eastend; Prairie grasslands - Peter and Sharon Butala, winners, Countryside Canada Recognition Program award

 

By-elections, 2778-80- See also Elections

 

 

C

 

Cabinet ministers

Environment

Harassment allegation, actions of Premier

D'Autremont, 2407-9

Julé, 2085-86

Harassment allegation, independent government report

Calvert, 2032

Julé, 1789

Kwiatkowski, 1998-99, 2032

Serby, 1789-90, 1998-99

Harassment allegation, independent government report, cost

Calvert, 2059, 2217

D'Autremont, 2059

Heppner, 2217

Harassment allegation, independent government report, release

Calvert, 2059, 2268

D'Autremont, 2059-60, 2268-69

Kwiatkowski, 1999-2000

Serby, 1999-2000

Harassment allegation, investigation

D'Autremont, 2267-68

Harassment allegation, investigation, cost

Calvert, 1499

Harpauer, 1499

Resignation

Calvert, 2059

Harassment guidelines

Hermanson, 2032

Harassment guidelines, protocol development

Calvert, 2033

Number, reduced, 316

 

Cadets See Air cadets

 

Calder Centre, Saskatoon See Alcohol and drug abuse - Youth, treatment, community services, Calder Centre, Saskatoon

 

Cameco Corporation See Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan - Cameco Corporation shares, sold

 

Cameco Victoria Park Summer Festival, Saskatoon See Culture - Cameco Victoria Park Summer Festival

 

Campbell, Angus Robert See Tributes - Campbell, Angus Robert

 

Campus Saskatchewan See Education, post-secondary - Virtual campus, Web-based, Campus Saskatchewan

 

Canada. Consulates General See Consulates General Canada

 

Canada. Fisheries and Oceans Department. See Fisheries and Oceans Canada

 

Canada. Governor General See Governor General

 

Canada. Parliament. Senate See Senate

 

Canada Book Day, April 23, 2002 See Books - Canada Book Day

 

Canada Divorce Act

Repeal, child custody, access, maintenance, 1684-85

 

Canada First Nations Governance Act, 2626-27

Elections, limited to on-reserve residents, 1274-75

 

Canada Games

Roland Michener Canada Games Award, 2002, Ryan Schedlosky, recipient, member's statement

Julé, 483-84

 

Canada Indian Act See Canada First Nations Governance Act

 

Canada Youth Criminal Justice Act, 643

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program II (C-SAP II) See Crop insurance - Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program II

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Career and Employment Services

Programs- See Employment - Canada-Saskatchewan Career and Employment Services, programs

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program, 4- See also Municipalities - Infrastructure renewal - Funding, Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program; Water quality - Funding - Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program

 

Canada-Saskatchewan livestock farm water program See Livestock industry - Drought, assistance - Canada-Saskatchewan livestock farm water program

 

Canada-Wide Science Fair See Students - Science fairs - Canada-Wide Science Fair

 

Canadian Alliance Party

New leader, Stephen Harper, member's statement

Yates, 164

 

Canadian Armed Forces

Armed Forces Day, June 29, 2002, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 2377

D-Day, 58th anniversary, Decoration Day service, Royal Canadian Legion, Yorkton, June 6, 2002, member's statement

Serby, 1854

Maritime Command, war mission, Afghanistan, naval communicator, Brendon Warwaruk, Unity, member's statement

Peters, 356

Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry

2nd Battalion, Grant Eidem, Unity, deployment, Afghanistan, member's statement

Peters, 421-22

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

Hart, 826

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

Hart, 1094

3rd Battalion, Derek Prohar, deployment, Afghanistan, Operation APOLLO, member's statement

Stewart, 191

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

Hermanson, 825

Higgins, 826

Snowbirds

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

Higgins, 1062

 

Canadian Blood Services

Organization in Saskatchewan, 2570-71

 

Canadian Cancer Society

Relay for Life fundraiser- See Cancer - Survivors - Relay for Life

 

Canadian Cattlemen's Association See Cattle industry - Canadian Cattlemen's Association

 

Canadian Cowboys' Association See Rodeo - Canadian Cowboys' Association

 

Canadian Light Source Inc. See Synchrotron

 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind See Voluntarism - Canadian National Institute for the Blind

 

Canadian Navy See Canadian Armed Forces - Maritime Command

 

Canadian Paraplegic Association (Saskatchewan)

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

Gantefoer, 659

 

Canadian Wheat Board

Board of directors, elections, member's statement

Forbes, 2989

 

Canals

Wakaw to Wakaw Lake, feasibility study, completion, member's statement

Julé, 1225

 

Cancer

Cervical, screening program, 198

Survivors

Relay for Life, Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser, launch, Nipawin, member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 1157

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

Brkich, 1821

Treatment, payment, 1612-13

Treatment, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, payment/funding, priorities for patient diagnostics, 1612-14, 2579-80

 

Capital spending

Increase, projection, Statistics Canada, 322

 

Car theft See Motor vehicles - Insurance - Deductibles, guidelines, attempted car theft damage, petitions; Motor vehicles - Theft

 

Career and Employment Services centres See Employment - Canada-Saskatchewan Career and Employment Services

 

Cariou, Warren See Books - Lake of the Prairies, by Warren Cariou

 

Carrot River, Sask. See Senior citizens - Carrot River, active living complex, fundraising, construction

 

Casinos- See also Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Casino Moose Jaw, 177

Casino Regina, 177

Community Initiatives Fund- See Community Initiatives Fund

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

Bakken, 1036-37

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

Osika, 1037-38

Revenue

First Nations Fund, 696, 2632

Expenditures, accounting

Axworthy, 2940, 2941-42

Hillson, 2941-42

Julé, 2940

Expenditures, misspent

Julé, 2939-40

 

Catholic Family Service See Families - Catholic Family Service

 

Cattle industry, 412- See also Horned Cattle Purchases Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 6); Indians/First Nations - Treaty land entitlements - Crown land - Third party claims, cattle industry, effect; Livestock industry

Canadian Cattlemen's Association, Neil Yahnke, president, member's statement

Stewart, 390

Drought, 173 See also Drought

Drought, assistance

Harpauer, 1525-26, 1675-76, 2405

Serby, 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)

Harpauer, 1805-9

Harper, 1810-15

Julé, 1809-10

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)

Elhard, 1802-3

Forbes, 1796-98

Jones, 1799-1800

Toth, 1798-99

Trew, 1794-96

Weekes, 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

Elhard, 1803-5

Forbes, 1803

Thomson, 1804

Toth, 1805

Trew, 1804-5

Weekes, 1804

Drought, assistance, federal

Harpauer, 1825-26

Grazing, forest fringe land, tax assessment, 731-32

 

Caucus bus tour See Premier - Caucus, bus travel, public hearings

 

CBOs See Community-based organizations

 

CCP See Farmland - Conservation Cover Program (CCP)

 

Centenarians

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

Allchurch, 2937-38

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

Gantefoer, 1788

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

Elhard, 1579

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

Gantefoer, 996

MacIsaac, Mary, Saskatoon, 108th birthday, member of Three Century Club, congratulations, member's statement

Lorjé, 1035

McRitchie, Lucy, Nipawin, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 2348

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

Draude, 2211-12

 

Centenary Capital Fund, 4, 319- See also Gasoline - Orphaned underground tank sites, cleanup, Centenary Capital Fund; Highways and Transportation Department - Projects - Centenary Capital Fund

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2803

 

Centennial Foods See Food processing industry - Processing plant, new, Centennial Foods, Saskatoon

 

Centennial summer student employment program, 5, 136, 1056, 2371-73

 

Centennials

Moose Jaw, 2003, celebrations, member's statement

Higgins, 3019

Province, 2005, 1282

Funding, planning, projects, 2306-9

 

Central Plains Health District See Health districts - Central Plains Health District

 

Chamber of Commerce, Prince Albert See Business - Samuel McLeod Awards, business excellence, Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce

 

Chamber of Commerce, Regina See Business - Paragon Awards, 2002, business excellence, Regina Chamber of Commerce

 

Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon See Business - Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon

SABEX awards- See Business - Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) awards

 

Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon and District See Business - Saskatoon and District Chamber of Commerce

 

Chamber of Commerce, Swift Current See Business - Swift Current Achievement in Business Excellence (SCABEX) awards

 

Charitable Fund-raising Businesses Act (No. 49)

First reading

Axworthy, 1392

Second reading

Axworthy, 1528-29

McMorris, 2010-12

Toth, 1529

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 2120-21

McMorris, 2120-21

Third reading

Hagel, 2124

Royal Assent, 2236

 

CHEP (Child Hunger and Education Program) See Children - Child Hunger and Education Program

 

Chief Ahtahkakoop See Indians/First Nations - Ahtahkakoop, Chief

 

Child care

Funding, 368, 2735-36

Funding announcement event, Cochrane High School, Regina, building independence initiative, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1621

Subsidies, qualifying income levels, petitions, 534

 

Child custody

Maintenance- See Child protection - Custody - Access, maintenance

 

Child prostitution See Prostitution - Child prostitution

 

Child protection- See also Canada Divorce Act; Indians/First Nations - Piapot First Nation, child protection, on-reserve; Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

Case workers, numbers, increase

Calvert, 13

Custody

Access, maintenance, 6, 368, 1683-86

Access, maintenance, grandparents, 1686-88

Financial support, access, enforcement, 1688-92

Toth, 2941

Financial support, support variation pilot project, 1691, 1693

 

Child sexual abuse See Prostitution - Child prostitution

 

Child tax credit See Income - Child tax credit, increase

 

Child welfare See Child protection

 

Children

Action Plan for Children, 446

At-risk, funding, 368

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

Brkich, 855

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

Atkinson, 1577-78

Circle Project Children's Centre, Regina, straw building, grand opening, April 19, 2002, member's statement

McCall, 854

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

Addley, 997-98

Early development programs, 407, 447, 2630, 2681

Kids First program, 5, 23, 83, 226, 369, 464, 1611

Health care- See Health care - Children

Infant mortality rate- See Health care - Infant mortality rate

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

Forbes, 1787-88

Poverty, reduction, 446

Regina Children's Festival, June 16-18, 2002, member's statement

Trew, 2084

Saskatchewan Child Benefit, funding, 367

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

Atkinson, 1753-54

Sex trade, protection- See Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2); Prostitution - Child prostitution, protection

Special needs, funding, 368

Special needs, school age, summer activities, 2738

Tobacco See also Tobacco

Tobacco, possession, illegal, petitions, 37, 91, 189, 216, 278, 308, 326, 354, 388, 421, 482, 534, 594, 658, 684, 792, 824, 967, 1032, 1125, 1175, 1223, 1384, 1439, 1469, 1493, 1520, 1552, 1576, 1620, 1668, 1696, 1724, 1750, 1786, 1818, 1878, 1904, 1994, 2028, 2055, 2129, 2237, 2318, 2346, 2402, 2448, 2516, 2583, 2612

Allchurch, 216, 278, 325-26, 354, 452, 738, 1468, 1551-52, 1696, 1786, 1850, 1959-60

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

Brkich, 37, 452, 481, 684, 904, 1006, 1092, 1695

D'Autremont, 2515-16

Draude, 481, 1153, 1335, 1491, 1519, 1551, 1575, 1695, 1877, 2209, 2317

Eagles, 1877

Gantefoer, 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

Kwiatkowski, 37, 215, 278, 325, 353-54, 388, 533, 593, 625, 1335, 1437

Peters, 1468, 1492, 1520, 1696

Stewart, 189, 903, 1383, 1437, 1467, 1491, 1519, 1723

Wall, 9, 37, 159, 189, 215, 277, 308, 325, 353, 451-52, 481, 533, 792, 1174, 1467-68, 2081

Weekes, 1384, 1438

Wiberg, 792, 1154, 1383-84, 1575-76

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

Nilson, 1257

 

Christmas

Greetings, member's statement

Hamilton, 3036

 

Chronic wasting disease, 2664

 

Churchbridge, Rural Municipality See Water - Drainage, ditches, Rural Municipality of Churchbridge, legal action, against

 

Churches

Girvin United Church, fire- See Fires - Girvin United Church

 

Circle Project, Regina See Children - Circle Project Children's Centre

 

Cities Act, 5, 240

 

Cities Act (No. 75)

First reading

Osika, 2002

Second reading

Bjornerud, 2435

Osika, 2188-90

Wall, 2190

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 2478-80

Osika, 2478-80

Third reading

Osika, 2490

Royal Assent, 2491

 

Cities and towns- See also Rural municipalities; Villages and communities

Communities in Bloom program, Saskatchewan Parks and Recreation Association and SaskPower, sponsors, member's statement

Kasperski, 686-87

Competitiveness, KPMG survey, 2, 82, 143, 156, 321, 402-3

Lumsden, one of Canada's prettiest, member's statement

Wartman, 794-95

Regina, infrastructure development, 139

Saskatoon, Regina, ratings, Places Rated Almanac, member's statement

Prebble, 93

 

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

First reading

Osika, 2002

Second reading

Bjornerud, 2435

Osika, 2190

Wall, 2190-91

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 2480

Osika, 2480

Third reading

Osika, 2490

Royal Assent, 2491

 

Citizens

Award winners, 141

Lakeland and District, 2002 Citizens of the Year, Maurice and Doris Parent, member's statement

Wiberg, 596

 

Civil rights See Human rights

 

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

 

CNIB See Voluntarism - Canadian National Institute for the Blind

 

Collection Agents Amdt. Act

Legislation, reconsideration

Axworthy, 1322

Heppner, 1321-22

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 542

Second reading

Axworthy, 799-800

Heppner, 1017-19

McMorris, 800-801

Toth, 1268-70

 

College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan See University of Saskatchewan - College of Medicine

 

College of Nursing, University of Saskatchewan See University of Saskatchewan - College of Nursing

 

Comets See Astronomy

 

Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform See Indians/First Nations - Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform

 

Commission on Medicare See Health care - Commission on Medicare

Report- See Health Care Committee - Public hearings, Commission on Medicare report

 

Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada, 863

Public forum, Saskatchewan, 366, 370

 

Committees, select See Continuing Select Committee

 

Committees, special See Regulations Committee; Rules and Procedures Committee

 

Committees, standing See Agriculture Committee; Communication Committee; Constitutional Affairs Committee; Crown Corporations Committee; Education Committee; Environment Committee; Estimates Committee; Health Care Committee; Municipal Law Committee; Non-controversial Bills Committee; Private Members' Bills Committee; Privileges and Elections Committee; Public Accounts Committee; Regulations Committee

 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, 262

 

Communication Committee

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

Lautermilch, 17

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 1628

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

Lautermilch, 17-18

Third report, M. (Jones) for concurrence

Jones, 1850-51

 

Community centres

Nipawin Oasis Community Centre, 10th anniversary celebration, November 28, 2002, member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 2936

 

Community clinics See Health care - Centres

 

Community Initiatives Fund, 695-99, 1869-74, 2307

Cultural facilities grant program, funds, grant criteria, 2369-70

Cultural facilities grant program, T.rex Centre, Eastend, 2370-71

Ongoing commitments, 1871

 

Community pastures See Indians/First Nations - Community pasture

 

Community schools See Schools - Community schools

 

Community-based organizations

Salaries, 80

Hillson, 168

Budget, 2002

Hagel, 168

Funding, 369, 2736-37

 

CommunityNet, 4, 64, 83, 225, 2294

Expansion, 318, 445, 473

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

Addley, 780-84

D'Autremont, 784-86

Goulet, 788-90

Hamilton, 779-80

Weekes, 786-88

Member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1287

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

Atkinson, 1472-73

Special achievement award, Saskatchewan Economic Developers Association, member's statement

McCall, 1063

Web site blocking, 703

 

Condolences- See also Tributes

Communication, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 1489

Communication, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 2840

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

Bjornerud, 2835

Hillson, 2835-36

Nilson, 2836

Osika, 2835

Serby, 2835

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

Brkich, 1478

Serby, 1478

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

Hermanson, 1481

Serby, 1480-81

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

D'Autremont, 1482

Jones, 1482

Nilson, 1482

Serby, 1481-82

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

Eagles, 1483

Serby, 1482-83

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

Atkinson, 1486

D'Autremont, 1484

Prebble, 1484-85

Serby, 1483-84

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

Brkich, 1487

Serby, 1486-87

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

Atkinson, 2833-34

Bjornerud, 2833

Calvert, 2831

Draude, 2834

Hermanson, 2830-31

Hillson, 2832

Julé, 2831-32

Toth, 2832-33

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

Belanger, 1488-89

D'Autremont, 1488

Serby, 1487-88

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

Hagel, 1480

Serby, 1478-79

Thomson, 1480

Toth, 1479

Wartman, 1479-80

Smith, Arthur Leslie (former MLA), M. (Serby)

Calvert, 2839-40

Hagel, 2838-39

Higgins, 2839

Serby, 2837-38

Stewart, 2838

Toth, 2839

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

Hart, 2837

Osika, 2837

Serby, 2836-37

 

Conference of Mennonites of Saskatchewan Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 301)

Petitions, 852, 878

Second reading

Peters, 1163

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Peters, 1969

Third reading

Peters, 1969

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Confidence, loss of, government See Government - No confidence in current Premier and cabinet

 

Conservation Cover Program (CCP) See Farmland - Conservation Cover Program (CCP)

 

Constituency Boundaries Commission, 2780-82

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

Axworthy, 2840

Bakken, 2847-48

D'Autremont, 2840-41

Draude, 2845-46

Hart, 2848-49

Hillson, 2846-47

Krawetz, 2840-44

Kwiatkowski, 2849

Lautermilch, 2844-45

McMorris, 2849-50

Wartman, 2846

Members, nomination

Calvert, 195-96

D'Autremont, 195-96

Public hearings, 2780-81

Schedule, 2780

 

Constitutional Affairs Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 2864

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 1628

 

Construction industry- See also Employment development - Ranch Ehrlo Society, construction career program

Commercial, Saskatoon, increase in 2002, member's statement

Junor, 595

Double breasting, elimination, Construction Industry Labour Relations Amdt. Act, 2000, 2721

Procurement, tendering, government, 2721

 

Consulates General Canada

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

Draude, 2348-49

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 489

Second reading

Axworthy, 666-67

Heppner, 1016-17

Julé, 1915-16

Toth, 667

Weekes, 1268

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 2117-18

Heppner, 2117-18

Third reading

Hagel, 2124

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Contests See Culinary competitions; Newspapers - Nipawin Journal Survivor contest, charity event

 

Continuing Select Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 2864-65

 

Co-operatives, 83

Broadview Co-operative, sales increase, member's statement

Yates, 537

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

Atkinson, 326

Hudson Bay Co-operative, annual meeting, scholarships to Fallon Rokovetsky, Karissa Lupuliak, Hudson Bay Composite High School, member's statement

McCall, 455

Meadow Lake Co-operative, expansion project, member's statement

Sonntag, 1755

 

Corporate tax See Business - Taxation

 

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

First reading

Cline, 1041

Second reading

Cline, 1166-67

D'Autremont, 1167-68

Krawetz, 2127

Wiberg, 1538-40

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 2291

Krawetz, 2291

Third reading

Cline, 2489

Royal Assent, 2491

 

Correction of printed errors in Hansard See Corrigenda

 

Correctional centres, 1026-29

Disciplinary measures available for recalcitrant offenders, 1329-30

Escapees, apprehension, 1029, 1330, 1775

Offenders

Accountability, 1327

Electronic monitoring, 1331

Gang activities, control, 642-43, 1330-31

Parole, 1775-76

Programs, rehabilitation, 642, 1026-27, 1327-29

Programs, rehabilitation, success rate, 1332

Racial groups, 1782-83

 

Correctional services

Corrections Exemplary Service Awards, April 29, 2002, member's statement

Yates, 1034

 

Correctional Services Amdt. Act, 1028, 1029

Sentence remission, earned, 1332

Sentence remission, earned, impact on facilities, 1333

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 99

Second reading

D'Autremont, 527

Draude, 1270-72

Heppner, 802-5

Julé, 1912-13

Thomson, 526-27

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 2591-93

Thomson, 2591-93

Third reading

Thomson, 2609

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Corrections and Public Safety Department- See also Justice Department

Administration, efficiency, evaluation, 1781-82

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1021-30, 1326-34, 1775-83, 2803

Heppner, 1021-30, 1326-34, 1775-77, 1780-83

Kwiatkowski, 1777-80

Thomson, 1021-30, 1326-34, 1775-83

Public communications, 643

Public safety responsibilities, 1776

Public safety responsibilities, coordination role, emergency preparedness, 1779-80

Reorganization, 1021

Vision, purpose, 1326-27, 1334

 

Corrigenda

7A, March 22, 2002, 214

9A, March 26, 2002, 306

21A, April 15, 2002, 713

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 664

Second reading

Axworthy, 833-34

D'Autremont, 834

Heppner, 1265-66

Julé, 1916-18

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 2118-20

Heppner, 2118-20

Third reading

Hagel, 2124

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Council of State Governments, Midwest, Midwestern Legislative Conference, 262-63

 

Craik, Sask. See Environment - Craik Eco-Village; Health care - Centres - Davidson and Craik

 

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

 

Credit rating See Government - Credit rating

 

Credit unions

Canora Credit Union building, official opening, June 26, 2002, member's statement

Krawetz, 2403

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

Addley, 1009

Credit Union Central of Canada, John Vinek, Hall of Fame induction, May 9, 2002, member's statement

Sonntag, 1622

Credit Union Central of Saskatchewan, reception, April 9, 2002, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 594-95

Kerrobert Credit Union, payments to members, member's statement

Addley, 1035-36

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

Addley, 1472

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

Addley, 454

 

Crime

Motor vehicle theft- See Motor vehicles - Theft

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

Axworthy, 1069

Heppner, 1069

Prosecutions, efficacy, 2640

Victims' Services program, 2636-37 See also Justice Department - Victims' Services, programs

 

Crisis shelter, Saskatoon See Women - Abused, YWCA crisis shelter, Saskatoon

 

Crop insurance, 33, 253-54, 336-37, 348-49- See also Crop Insurance Corporation; Farm safety net

Serby, 2688

Annual crop rainfall program, 236-37, 342-44, 378, 416, 442

Boyd, 222-23

Harpauer, 689-90

Serby, 222-23, 689-90

Annual crop rainfall program, forage crops, 669, 678-81

Serby, 690, 2133, 2241

Applications deadline, 2002, 676-77

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

Harpauer, 3041

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

D'Autremont, 3055-56

Harpauer, 3044-48

Hart, 3048-51

Serby, 3051-54

Trew, 3054-55

Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program I and II, funding, 2759-62

Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program II, applications, appeal process, 1593-94

Contracts, increase

Serby, 2133, 2242

Crop rotation, 2750-51

Damage compensation programs, waterfowl, big game, funding, 1589

Expansion, new crops, pilot year, dry bean program, 1946-47

Failed crops, cattle grazing, process, 1944

Funding, 1935-36

Funding, increase, 320, 415, 473

Serby, 459-60

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 2855, 2962, 2988, 3018, 3036

Brkich, 2933-34, 2962, 2987

Eagles, 3017

Harpauer, 2821

Julé, 3017

Premiums, increase, coverage changes, 66, 108, 184, 200, 232-36, 341-45, 364, 378, 384-85, 406, 411, 416, 441-42, 449, 469, 667-77, 1601-3, 2700-2702

Bakken, 657

Bjornerud, 459-60

Boyd, 193-95, 221-22

Harpauer, 285

Effects, farm families- See Farm families - Increased costs

Federal assistance changes, 668-71, 672-76

Serby, 221-22

Sonntag, 285

Halt, petitions, 278, 308, 326, 388, 421, 482, 534, 594, 658, 684, 792, 824, 852, 878, 905, 995, 1033, 1061, 1093, 1125, 1175, 1223, 1255, 1285, 1315, 1384, 1439, 1469, 1493, 1520, 1552, 1576, 1620, 1750, 1786, 1818, 1850, 1878, 1904, 1960, 1994, 2028, 2082, 2129, 2262, 2402, 2448, 2516, 2684, 2770, 2821, 2855, 2988, 3018

Allchurch, 966, 1093, 2402, 2448, 2611

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

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

Eagles, 307, 451

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

Gantefoer, 1153, 1575, 1723, 1817, 1959

Harpauer, 1006, 1032

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

Hermanson, 1091, 1173, 1335

Huyghebaert, 1155, 1337, 1878, 2987

Kwiatkowski, 737, 1091

Peters, 852, 966-67, 1438-39, 1850

Stewart, 683, 1153, 1849

Wakefield, 1335

Wall, 387-88

Weekes, 481, 533-34, 738, 792, 1092, 1154, 1254, 1336, 1492, 1519-20, 1551, 1576, 1786, 1817-18, 1849, 2237

Wiberg, 737-38, 1092, 1254, 1336, 1438, 1468, 1492

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

Boyd, 224

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

Bjornerud, 750-52

Forbes, 753-55

Harpauer, 748-50

Harper, 752-53

Hart, 755-56

Hillson, 758

Jones, 756-58

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

Forbes, 758-59

Harpauer, 758-59

Harper, 758-59

Hart, 759

Hillson, 759

Jones, 759

McMorris, 758

Reseeding, process, 1943-44

Spot loss hail, 66, 88, 108, 145, 184, 200, 233, 234, 341, 344, 671-72, 1947-50 See also above Premiums, increase, coverage changes

 

Crop Insurance Corporation

Legal services, board member, conflict of interest

Hart, 744-45

Serby, 744-45

Legal services, board member, conflict of interest guidelines, 681-82

 

Crown corporations, 3, 152-53, 176, 177-79, 227, 246-47, 264-65- See also Names of specific crown corporations

Boards, survey, Points West consulting firm

Sonntag, 1388

Wall, 1387-88

Competition with private sector, 32, 48, 118, 146, 172, 231, 273

Contribution to economy, 19-20, 83-84, 434-36

Crofford, 358

Lautermilch, 858, 2351

Sonntag, 285, 1321

Meadow Lake region, 436-37

Swift Current, 437

Debt, 51, 322, 340, 363, 435-36, 467 See also Budget - Deficit - Hidden, Crown corporations

Cline, 396

Dividends to General Revenue Fund, 435, 442

Downsize, 32

Wall, 284-85

Employees, conflict of interest guidelines- See Public service - Employees, senior, conflict of interest guidelines

Employment, 436

Investments, 78-79, 274, 411-12, 436, 2790-94

Losses, 32

Out-of-province, 2788-90

Leaders of tomorrow program, 136, 176

Loans, payment of government dividend

Krawetz, 312, 347

Management, 270-73

Member's statement

Addley, 3037-38

Research and development, 321

Rural issues, 66

Sale of, 437-38

Travel costs, executives

Huyghebaert, 1320-21

Travel costs, executives, budget process

Sonntag, 1320

 

Crown Corporations Amdt. Act, 2002 (Appointment of Directors) (No. 208)

First reading

Wall, 2188

 

Crown Corporations Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 542

Third report, M. (VanMulligen) for concurrence

VanMulligen, 2822

 

Crown Corporations Disclosure Act (No. 212)

First reading

Wall, 2188

 

Crown Educational Capital Fund See Education - Funding - Infrastructure

 

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Cameco Corporation shares, sold, 335

Cameco Corporation shares, sold, revenue applied to General Revenue Fund debt, 1461-62

Dividends

Cline, 911-12

Wall, 910-12

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2804-5

Investment strategy

Hillson, 973

President, role, economic initiatives, investigation

Sonntag, 3039

 

Crown land- See also Indians/First Nations - Treaty land entitlements - Crown land

Leases, 1943

 

C-SAP See Crop insurance - Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program

 

Culinary competitions

National apprentice cook-off, Vancouver, June 2002, Teodoro Linantud, legislative cafeteria, Saskatchewan representative, member's statement

Lorjé, 2687

 

Culture, 1, 3- See also Art/Artists

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

Calvert, 2083

Conference, "Cultures Working Together to Overcome Challenges," June 6, 2002, Flying Dust First Nation, Meadow Lake School Division, hosts, member's statement

Sonntag, 1855

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

Hagel, 192

Humboldt Summer Sizzler, Humboldt, July 12-14, 2002, member's statement

Julé, 2687

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

Brkich, 2262

Mosaic, Regina, multicultural festival, member's statement

McCall, 1853-54

Regina, summer events, member's statement

Hamilton, 2772-73

Saskatoon, summer events, member's statement

Forbes, 2772

 

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Anniversary Secretariat, 1281

Departmental changes, 693

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 693-705, 1304-8, 1869-76, 2369-73, 2803

Crofford, 693-705, 1304-8, 1869-76, 2369-73

Draude, 701-2, 704

Elhard, 2369-71

Hart, 699-701, 1874-75, 2371

Huyghebaert, 693-99, 1304-8, 1869-73, 1875-76, 2371-73

Julé, 703-4

Kwiatkowski, 1873-74

Heritage, mandate, 701-2

Increase, administration, accommodation, central services, 695

Mandate, purpose, 693-94, 702-3

Reduction, 694-95

Reduction, youth programs, 695

Staffing, 694-95

Youth See also Alcohol and drug abuse - Youth, programs

Mandate, purpose, 1304-5

 

Cumberland House, Sask. See Maple syrup - Commercial operation, Cumberland House

 

Cupar Lions Club See Fundraising - Cupar Lions Club

 

Curling

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

Eagles, 93

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

Elhard, 997

The National, Grand Slam of Curling event, World Curling Tour, Humboldt, January 30 - February 2, 2003, member's statement

Julé, 2989

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

Draude, 11

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

Brkich, 969

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

Brkich, 129

Sherry Anderson rink, recognition, member's statement

Wiberg, 191

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

Harper, 129

 

CWSF See Students - Science fairs - Canada-Wide Science Fair

 

Cystic fibrosis See Health care - Cystic fibrosis

 

 

D

 

Dams

Avonlea, reconstruct and expand, petitions, 1576, 1620, 1668

Stewart, 1551, 1575, 1619

Avonlea, reconstruction, expansion, 2623-24

Killdeer area, 119-20

Meridian dam project, 1508-10

 

Dance

Polonia Dance Ensemble, Regina, Polonia in Concert program, 14th annual, member's statement

Kasperski, 1496

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

Draude, 1442

 

D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) See Schools - Programs - Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)

 

Davidson, Sask. See Health care - Centres - Davidson and Craik

 

Day care See Child care

 

Deaths See Condolences; Tributes

 

Debating

Legislative Assembly, historical model, Saskatchewan Elocution and Debate Association, sponsor, member's statement

Julé, 1471

McGoun Cup competition, University of Saskatchewan, hosts, Erin Weir and Christopher Taylor, participant team, University of Regina, member's statement

VanMulligen, 536

 

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

 

Debt, public See Government expenditures

 

Democratic Unionism Act (No. 206)

First reading

Weekes, 2218-19

 

Department of ... See under subject term, e.g., Health Department

 

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

First reading

Serby, 1392

Second reading

Harpauer, 1901-2

Serby, 1531

Weekes, 1531

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 2113-15

Serby, 2113-15

Third reading

Hagel, 2123-24

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Department of Economic Development Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 53)

First reading

Lautermilch, 1501

Second reading

McMorris, 1736-37

Thomson, 1735-36

Wakefield, 2012-13, 2160-61

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 2593-96

Wakefield, 2593-96

Third reading

Thomson, 2609

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Canada See Fisheries and Oceans Canada

 

Diabetes See Health care - Diabetes

 

Diefenbaker homestead, Regina

Maintenance funding, member's statement

Hillson, 3038

 

Diefenbaker Lake See Irrigation - Services, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, Lake Diefenbaker; Lakes - Lake Diefenbaker

 

Dillon Consulting report See SaskPower International Inc. - Financial losses, Dillon Consulting report

 

Disabled and handicapped persons- See also Children - Special needs, funding; Health care - Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care - Funding - Seniors and disabled, remain in own homes

Group homes, respite for caregivers, 2737-38

Report, Saskatchewan's Disability Action Plan, recommendation, home care, funding, 320

Transportation, buses, 368

 

Discrimination and racism, 76-77

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)

Axworthy, 2999

Calvert, 2999-3000

Hermanson, 2997-98

Hillson, 3000

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

Allchurch, 163

VanMulligen, 162-63

Remarks about Jews, David Ahenakew, condemnation, member's statement

Hermanson, 2988-89

Jones, 2990

 

Divisions (Recorded votes)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, motion for consideration; amdt. (Toth), 211

Automobile Accident Insurance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 57), M. (Heppner) for adjournment of Bill, 2389

Budget (March 27, 2002), M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 478; amdt. (Krawetz), 478

Constituency Boundaries Commission, final report with addenda of Electoral Boundaries Commission be approved and adopted, M. (Axworthy), 2850

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), 3000-3001

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2), amendment, clause 16(1), 1150

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act (No. 2), motion for 2R, 618

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day Act (No. 203), motion for 2R, 2695

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

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), 2932; amdt. (Stewart), 2932

House adjournment, M. (Jones), 2344

Labour Standards Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 70), 2R., 2467

Labour Standards Amdt. Act (No. 70), motion for 2R.; amdt. (six months hence), M. (D'Autremont), 2045

Legislative Assembly, adjournment, 1815

Long-term care, fees, reconsider decision on increases, M. (Gantefoer); amdt. (Junor), 778-79

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses, fiscal year ending March 31, 2003, General Revenue Fund, M. (Cline), 2805

Motions (under Rule 46)

Agriculture, subsidies, federal support package inadequate for Canadian farmers, M. (Calvert), 2226

Water quality, North Battleford, crisis, government responsibility, action plan to manage and regulate safe water, M. (Kwiatkowski); amdt. (Osika), 511

Speech from the Throne

Acknowledgment to Lieutenant Governor, M. (Prebble), 276

 

Divorce- See also Child protection - Custody; Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

Fees, commencement of proceedings, 441

 

Doctors See Physicians/Doctors

 

Dorsey report on the Workers' Compensation Board See Workers' Compensation Board - Review 2000 of the Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board

 

Dr. Noble Irwin Healthcare Foundation Inc. See Health care - Fundraising, Dr. Noble Irwin Healthcare Foundation

 

Drama See Theatre

 

Drinking water See Water quality - Drinking water

 

Drought, 33, 66, 87-88, 229-30, 316, 341, 471, 1511- See also Cattle industry - Drought; Livestock industry - Drought, assistance, water projects; Water

Assistance, 2706-7

Boyd, 193

Draude, 2616

Gantefoer, 2616

Harpauer, 2404, 2687-88

Julé, 2615

Serby, 2404, 2615-16

Wakefield, 2614-15

Assistance, lack of, 441

Northwest Saskatchewan, disaster areas, member's statement

Wakefield, 2403

Northwest Saskatchewan, disaster areas, technical assistance, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 2620

Pumping units, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 2619-20

Rural municipalities, Turtle River, Eldon, Hillsdale, Senlac, disaster areas, member's statement

Wakefield, 2057

Water policy, 120

 

Drug abuse See Alcohol and drug abuse

 

Drug Quality Assessment Committee See Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Saskatchewan Drug Plan - Drug approval process, Drug Quality Assessment Committee

 

Drugs and pharmaceuticals- See also Alcohol and drug abuse

Saskatchewan Drug Plan, 1455-56

Drug approval process, Drug Quality Assessment Committee, 1454

Drug approval process, Saskatchewan Formulary Committee, 1455

Drugs, prescribed, monitoring of use, 1458-59

Funding, increase, 317

Generic drugs, 1452-53

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 421, 658, 792, 824, 967, 1006, 1033, 1093, 1175, 1223, 1285, 1315, 1384, 1439, 1469, 1493, 1552, 1576, 1620, 1668, 1696, 1724, 1750, 1786, 1818, 1878, 1904, 2028, 2055, 2210, 2318, 2346, 2376, 2516, 2583, 2612, 2821

Allchurch, 626, 1384

Bakken, 1284

Brkich, 1619, 2448

Draude, 1173, 1619, 1667, 1723, 1749, 1785, 1993, 2027

Eagles, 993, 1154, 1335-36, 1383, 1437, 1467

Elhard, 1154

Gantefoer, 903, 1437, 1467, 1695, 2179, 2345, 2515

Hart, 1174, 1254, 1384

Huyghebaert, 1061, 1175, 1384, 1850, 3035

Julé, 387, 903

Kwiatkowski, 791, 1005, 1785

McMorris, 1877, 2261, 2317, 2345, 2583

Peters, 1878

Stewart, 1877

Wall, 626, 737, 1336

Weekes, 684

Wiberg, 1174, 1519, 1551

Prescriptions, deductible, 411

2002 budget

Cline, 165

2002 budget, ability to pay, 317

2002 budget, seniors, 405-6, 418

Increase, 364, 378, 431, 440-41

Gantefoer, 193

Kwiatkowski, 164-65

Supplementary health program, 1457-58

 

Dugouts See Water - Wells, dugouts

 

 

E

 

Early childhood development See Children - Early development programs

 

Earth Day See Environment - Protection, Earth Day

 

Eastend, Sask. See Community Initiatives Fund - Cultural facilities grant program, T.rex Centre, Eastend; Honours and awards - Order of Canada, Officer, Sharon Butala, author, Eastend

 

Easter

Greetings, member's statement

Hamilton, 328

 

Ecology See Environment

 

Economic and Co-operative Development Department

Estimates, supplementary (2001-2002), 2651

 

Economic development, 244

Lautermilch, 457, 3023-24

Serby, 3026

Encouragement, tax changes, targeted, 321

Humboldt, member's statement

Forbes, 281

Member's statement

Addley, 2182-83

Moose Jaw, 213, 225

Northern Saskatchewan, 73, 76, 403

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), strategic plan, 81-82

Partnerships, 19

Policy, 2696-2700

Regina, member's statement

Hamilton, 484

Regina, southeast, member's statement

Hamilton, 2911

Regina-Moose Jaw corridor, 139

Rural communities, 473

Saskatoon, member's statement

Jones, 2824-25

Weyburn, member's statement

VanMulligen, 310

Wilkie and Unity, member's statement

Jones, 309

 

Economy, 242

Applaud efforts of all sectors to build positive 21st century economy, M. (Yates); amdt. (Wakefield)

VanMulligen, 1234-38

Wakefield, 1238-41

Wiberg, 1241-44

Yates, 1231-34

Confidence, 1-2, 19, 58, 110, 143-44, 156, 228, 243-44, 407-8, 414

News headlines, member's statement

Addley, 310

Rebuilding, 147-48

Decline, 253

Decline, 2001, 400

Krawetz, 884-85

Diversified, 18, 245

Gross domestic product (GDP), 1, 117, 146

Gross domestic product (GDP), growth, 1992-2000

Lautermilch, 884-85

Growth, 83

Lautermilch, 1065-67

Plans, 172, 324, 377

Calvert, 12, 284

Draude, 284

Hermanson, 11-12, 282

Projection, 322, 374-75

Projection, Statistics Canada

Calvert, 330

Indicators, positive

Lautermilch, 2519-20

Negative factors, 2, 27, 123, 408, 412, 463, 475

Lautermilch, 973

Rural See also Action Committee on the Rural Economy; Rural revitalization

Development, 50, 69

 

Ecotourism See Tourism

 

EDS (Electronic Data Systems) See Information technology - Government services, EDS proposal

 

Education, 111, 213, 249- See also High schools; Indians/First Nations - Education; Métis - Education; School boards; School divisions; Schools; Students; Teachers

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

Draude, 1244-48

Forbes, 1250-51

Julé, 1248-50

Yates, 1251

Equal access, 68, 318

Funding, 4, 22, 64, 317, 383, 401, 445 See also Farmland - Education tax; Property tax - Education tax; School divisions - Grants, operating

Decrease, 378-80

Hermanson, 42

Increase, 414, 465, 476

Calvert, 42

Melenchuk, 331, 1097-98

Infrastructure, 379, 405, 432-33, 465, 472, 819-21

Infrastructure, increase, 318, 445

Cline, 328-29

Operational

Draude, 331-32

Operational, increase, 318

Indian and Métis institutes, programs, 72

Northern Saskatchewan, 71-72, 76

On-line programs, 5

Property tax rebate- See Farmland - Property tax rebate; Rural municipalities - Property tax rebate

Property taxes, increase, 2669-70 See also School divisions - Amalgamation

Property taxes, increase, teaching and administrative positions, programs, cut

Draude, 1097-98

Provincial achievements, member's statement

Atkinson, 2937

SchoolPLUS program, 4, 23, 28, 83, 140, 213, 225, 369, 1611, 2630, 2677-78

Special education, programs, 2676

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

Atkinson, 1905-6

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

Forbes, 1287

 

Education, post-secondary, 4, 258- See also Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology; Training programs; Universities; University of Regina; University of Saskatchewan

Centennial merit scholarship program, 225

Distance learning, 5

Funding, 232

Assistance, 23

Operating grants, 464

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

Forbes, 2147-50

Goulet, 2151-53

Hart, 2137-42

Toth, 2150-51

Trew, 2144-47

Weekes, 2142-44

Graduates

Employment, 58

Employment in Saskatchewan, 136, 401

Member's statement

Jones, 10

Out-migration, 67-68, 199-200

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology- See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Graduate employment rate, survey

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

Hart, 1725

Prebble, 1726

Knowledge corridor, Regina, 83

Northern health science access program, 383

Post-secondary Aboriginal education and training action plan, 136

Virtual campus, Web-based, Campus Saskatchewan, 136, 225, 319

 

Education Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 34)

First reading

Melenchuk, 1015

Second reading

D'Autremont, 1187-88

Draude, 2098-99

Hart, 1349-51

Melenchuk, 1186-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Draude, 2248-49

Melenchuk, 2247-49

Third reading

Melenchuk, 2250

Royal Assent, 2490

 

Education Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 2864

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 1628

 

Education Infrastructure Financing Corporation, 335, 467-68, 820, 1311-12, 2709-10- See also Education - Funding - Infrastructure

Capital projects, new, funding process

Draude, 2993

Melenchuk, 2993

Capital projects, Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, 2255

Capital projects, universities, schools, 2253-54

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2681-82

 

Election promises (1999), 120-21, 148, 173

Hermanson, 41-43

 

Elections- See also By-elections

Calvert, 3042-43

Constituency boundaries

D'Autremont, 196

General election, call within six months of Battleford-Cut Knife constituency vacancy to avoid by-election, M. (Hillson)

Hillson, 2975-77

Lautermilch, 2982-85

VanMulligen, 2979-82

Wakefield, 2985-86

Wall, 2977-79

Hermanson, 3042

 

Electoral Boundaries Commission See Constituency Boundaries Commission

 

Electricity

Cogeneration, 3, 20

Cogeneration and wind power, commitment, government, SaskPower, M. (Prebble)

McCall, 2157-58

Prebble, 2153-57

Generation, coal, 706

Thermal power stations, Boundary Dam, Estevan, fly ash emissions, elimination, member's statement

Prebble, 2130-31

 

Electronic Data Systems (EDS) See Information technology - Government services, EDS proposal

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 134

Second reading

Axworthy, 529-30

D'Autremont, 530

Heppner, 805-6

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 2115-16

Heppner, 2115-16

Third reading

Hagel, 2124

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Elevators See Grain - Elevators

 

Elfros, Sask. See Water quality - Elfros, problems

 

Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain- See also Tributes - Elizabeth, Queen, consort of George VI, King of Great Britain

Member's statement

Julé, 535

Junor, 535

National Day of Mourning, Canada, minute of silence, 533

 

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain

Golden Jubilee, 2002, 1

Celebrations, member's statement

Eagles, 1787

Message of thanks from Her Majesty, 2137

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

Calvert, 1393-94

Hermanson, 1394

Royal proclamation, Queen's Golden Jubilee Week in Saskatchewan, May 14-20, 2002, 1392-93

Saskatchewan Committee for the Queen's Golden Jubilee- See 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

 

Emergency medical services

Providers See also Health care - Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care - Funding - Emergency medical responders, upgrading

Training seats, 2574-75

Week, May 19-25, 2002, member's statement

Wiberg, 1494

 

Emergency preparedness, 1021-23- See also Mining industry - Emergency response/mine rescue, competition

Communities, small, 1023

Liabilities, costs, 1022-23

 

Emergency Protection for Victims of Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Act

Parents, emergency intervention orders, 2639

Amendments, proposals

Hagel, 1129-32

Julé, 1129-31

 

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

First reading

Hagel, 197

Second reading

D'Autremont, 609-10

Draude, 604-6

Hagel, 602-4, 616-18

Hillson, 616

Julé, 613-16

Prebble, 610-13

Toth, 606-8

Van Mulligen, 609

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 1143-45

Hagel, 1137-38, 1140-42, 1143-51

Julé, 1138-40, 1142-43, 1145-51

Third reading

Hagel, 1151

Royal Assent, 1722

 

Emergency services

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

Cline, 1754

 

Employment

Canada-Saskatchewan Career and Employment Services, programs, 1205, 2731

Growth, 19, 27, 263

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

Forbes, 2910-11

Statistics, member's statement

Yates, 1880-81, 2584, 2823

Loss, 31, 51, 66, 88, 145, 173, 200, 242, 253, 2797

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

Agriculture

Lautermilch, 1339-41

Agriculture, transition

Lautermilch, 488-89

Statistics, Regina, member's statement

Yates, 2772

 

Employment development, 172, 181, 324, 1549-50- See also Ethanol - Employment development, private investment; Forest industry - Employment development

Lautermilch, 456

Wiberg, 284

Jobs First program, 367, 1547-48, 2731

Non-agricultural jobs

Lautermilch, 489, 1318-19, 1339-40

Northern Saskatchewan

Sonntag, 2691-92

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

Belanger, 168

Wiberg, 167-68

Plan, 2002 budget

Hermanson, 311

Programs, 1550

Projections

Hermanson, 330-31

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

Hamilton, 1906-7

Trew, 1881

 

Employment supplement See Families - Building independence programs - Funding - Employment supplement; Income - Saskatchewan employment supplement

 

Endangered species See Burrowing owl

 

Energy

Conservation, 3, 20

Development, 1, 3, 62, 63, 110

Renewable resources, 3, 20

Solar, applications, 20

 

Energy and Mines Department- See also Industry and Resources Department

Provincial Auditor report, 2001 Fall, recommendations, Energy and Mines Department, implementation, 2645

 

Energy Conservation Office, 3, 20, 63, 473

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 693

Second reading

Axworthy, 860-61

Heppner, 1266

McMorris, 861

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 1353

Heppner, 1352-53

Third reading

Axworthy, 1356

Royal Assent, 1722

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 747-48

Second reading

Axworthy, 861-62

D'Autremont, 862

Heppner, 1266-67

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 1353-55

Brkich, 1354-55

Heppner, 1353-54

Third reading

Axworthy, 1356

Royal Assent, 1722

 

Environment- See also Environmental Management and Protection Act, 2002 (No. 71)

Air quality, strategy, 1044

Canada Environment Week, June 2-8, 2002

Member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 1726

SaskPower, energy and environment poster contest, winners, member's statement

Kasperski, 1882

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

Hamilton, 1788

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

Brkich, 2613

Protection, Earth Day, April 22, 2002, member's statement

Kasperski, 881

Toth, 879

Protection, Great Sand Hills, 21

 

Environment and Resource Management Department

Estimates, supplementary (2001-2002), 2665

 

Environment Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 2864

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 1628

 

Environment Department

Conservation officers, safety studies, 1376

Co-operative relationships with Aboriginal people, 1045

Departmental overview, 1044-45

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 1044-54, 1376-81, 1743-48, 2651-65

Belanger, 1743-48, 2651-65

Bjornerud, 2656-59

Brkich, 1377-80, 2659-61

Draude, 1045-47

Eagles, 1376-77

Hart, 2664-65

Kwiatkowski, 1047-54, 1376, 1744-48, 2651-56, 2662-64, 2665

Lorjé, 1044-54, 1376-81

Weekes, 1748

Wiberg, 1048-49

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund

Audit, 1053-54

Reinstate funds, petitions, 2082, 2448, 2516, 2583, 2612, 2684, 2770, 2821

Kwiatkowski, 2055, 2401, 2447, 2515, 2611, 2683, 2769

Steering committee, role, responsibility

Lorjé, 599

Toth, 599

Surplus to Saskatchewan Wetland Conservation Corporation

Kwiatkowski, 691

Lorjé, 599, 600, 633-34, 662, 691

Toth, 599, 600, 633-34, 662

Staff, additional

Lorjé, 599-600

Toth, 599

 

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

First reading

Belanger, 1860

Second reading

Kwiatkowski, 2434-35

Lorjé, 2006

Weekes, 2006-7

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Belanger, 2484-86

Kwiatkowski, 2484-86

Third reading

Belanger, 2490

Royal Assent, 2491

 

Equalization payments/transfers, 444

 

Eros, Julia See Centenarians - Eros, Julia

 

Estimates- See also Estimates under individual departments

2001-2002, supplementary, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance, 315

2001-2002, supplementary, transmitted, 315

2002-2003, main, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance, 315

2002-2003, main, transmitted, 315

2002-2003, message of Her Honour the Lieutenant Governor and further estimates, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance, 2063-64

 

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)

Lautermilch, 1527

Third report, M. (Addley) for concurrence

Addley, 1696

 

Ethanol, 3, 61, 69, 82, 86-87, 107, 114-15, 117, 119, 136, 245, 254, 264, 402, 410-11, 433, 473, 476, 2790-91- See also Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1); Gasoline - Ethanol-blended, tax exemption

Communities, strategy committees, reimbursement

Hillson, 1477

Development

Calvert, 1732

Consultants' report

Stewart, 2587-88

Plans, scaling back

Stewart, 2586

Private sector, 2649-51

Lautermilch, 1729, 2523, 2586, 2588

Wall, 1729

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., government commitment

Hillson, 1731-32, 2523

Stewart, 3023-24

Wall, 1729-30

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., negotiations

Lautermilch, 2690

Private sector, Broe Companies, Inc., stalled projects, Belle Plaine, Shaunavon, Tisdale, Melville

Stewart, 2690-91

Proposed, Melville area, 239

Employment development, private investment, 320

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

D'Autremont, 1404

Harpauer, 1394-97

Harper, 1398-1400

Huyghebaert, 1401-3

McCall, 1400-1401

Thomson, 1403-4

Weekes, 1397-98

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

D'Autremont, 1404-5

Harpauer, 1405-6

Hillson, 1405

Huyghebaert, 1405

McCall, 1405

Thomson, 1405-6

Weekes, 1406

Yates, 1405-6

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

Boyd, 169-70

Thomson, 169

Investment

Exclusive deal

Wall, 1558

Government, private sector

Hillson, 1292

Lautermilch, 1229-30, 1263, 1292-93, 1793

Thomson, 1389-90

Wall, 1228-30, 1262-63

Government, private sector, Broe Companies, Inc.

Harpauer, 1389-90

Lautermilch, 1523-24

Thomson, 1447

Wall, 1446-47, 1523-24

Private sector

Lautermilch, 1558

Thomson, 1477

Wall, 1557-58, 1674-75, 1792-94

Private sector, Commercial Alcohols

Wall, 1524

Private sector, Weyburn

Bakken, 1673-74

Lautermilch, 1674

Legislation, praise, Canadian Renewable Fuels Association, member's statement

Yates, 2613

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

D'Autremont, 576-81

Elhard, 554-63, 565-66

Gantefoer, 551-54

Heppner, 569-72

Huyghebaert, 587-89

Lorjé, 566-69

Prebble, 542-44

Serby, 581-87

Thomson, 589-90

Van Mulligen, 572-76

Wakefield, 590-92

Wartman, 544-51

 

Ethanol Fuel Act (No. 1)

First reading

Thomson, 170

Second reading

Gantefoer, 1835-36

Harpauer, 1829-31

Lautermilch, 1828-29

Wakefield, 1834-35

Wall, 1831-34

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Brkich, 2123

Elhard, 2017, 2018-25

Harpauer, 2015-18, 2121-23

Lautermilch, 2015-20, 2121-23

Third reading

Lautermilch, 2124

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Executive Council

Cabinet Planning Unit, senior policy adviser, Kathy Langlois, position, salary, 2785 See also Water quality - North Battleford Water Inquiry

Calvert, 423

Kwiatkowski, 423

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

Calvert, 2696-2718

Hermanson, 2696-2718

 

Exercise

Benefits, 141-42

 

 

F

 

Families, 99-101, 111- See also Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 27); Family Maintenance Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 8); Federal-Provincial-Territorial Family Law Committee; Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

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

Eagles, 924-25

Forbes, 935-38

Goulet, 940-42

Hamilton, 925-30

Jones, 918-22

Julé, 938-40

Prebble, 914-18

Toth, 922-24

Wiberg, 930-33

Building independence programs, 5, 23-24, 367-68, 407, 415, 473-74, 716, 1203-5

Funding, 319-20

Child care services, 320

Employment supplement, 320, 368

Job support, 320

Member's statement

Prebble, 827

Catholic Family Service, North Battleford, dinner and auction, March 23, 2002, 10th annual, fundraiser, member's statement

Weekes, 217

Child Benefit Program, 2729-30 See also Income - Child tax benefit

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

Eagles, 2057

Northern challenges, 102

 

Family Law Committee See Federal-Provincial-Territorial Family Law Committee

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 134

Second reading

Axworthy, 530

Heppner, 806-7

Weekes, 530

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 1351-52

Heppner, 1351-52

Third reading

Axworthy, 1356

Royal Assent, 1722

 

Farm Bill (United States) See Agriculture - Subsidies, United States, Farm Bill 2002

 

Farm families

Income

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

Addley, 2450-51

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

Forbes, 967

Crisis, federal and provincial aid

Harpauer, 1000

Crisis, federal bridge financing

Calvert, 1001

Increased costs, crop insurance and farm property taxes

Bjornerud, 630-32

Harpauer, 1730-31, 2132-33, 2241-42

Moose Jaw Farm Family of the Year, Doug and Melody Machmer, member's statement

Higgins, 94

Subsidies, United States, member's statement

Forbes, 1094

Subsidies war, victims

Serby, 631-32

 

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

First reading

Serby, 197

Second reading

Elhard, 810-11

Gantefoer, 623

Serby, 622-23

Weekes, 1301-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 1588-89

Harpauer, 1585-86, 1589

Serby, 1585-89

Weekes, 1586-88

Third reading

Serby, 1589

Royal Assent, 1722

 

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

First reading

Serby, 1392

Second reading

Harpauer, 1902

Serby, 1532

Toth, 1532-33

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 2115

Serby, 2115

Third reading

Hagel, 2124

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Farm income See Farm families - Income; Farm safety net

 

Farm machinery industry

Bourgault Industries Ltd., St. Brieux, 31

Doepker Industries Ltd., Annaheim, 31

 

Farm safety net, 52, 173, 200, 244, 385, 449, 1949-51

Boyd, 15-16, 314

Calvert, 15

Serby, 16, 314-15

Weekes, 2615-16

Federal assistance, 1604

Serby, 193-95

National program, 3, 22, 117, 347-48

Harpauer, 2320-21, 2520-22

Serby, 2521-22

 

Farm Security Act See Saskatchewan Farm Security Act

 

Farm Security and Rural Investment Act of 2002 (United States) See Agriculture - Subsidies, United States, Farm Bill 2002

 

Farmer Rail Car Coalition See Rail transportation/Railways - Farmer Rail Car Coalition

 

Farmers/Producers- See also Agriculture; Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 12); Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 2) (No. 51)

Government assistance

Calvert, 1731

Serby, 315, 3042

Cash advance, 237, 345, 364

Farm families opportunities initiative, 320, 415, 1944

Tax exemptions, rebates, 320, 382

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

Draude, 2263

Outstanding Young Farmers Awards, Saskatchewan and Canada, John Cote and Barb Stefanyshyn-Cote, Leask, member's statement

Weekes, 1963

 

Farmland- See also Saskatchewan Farm Security Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 79)

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 320, 415, 2746-47

Education tax, 433, 442, 449

Education tax, increase

Bjornerud, 459

Ownership- See Agriculture Committee - Report on Farm Land Ownership

Property tax rebate, 337, 342, 378, 465-66, 2706-7, 2743-46 See also Farm families - Increased costs

Boyd, 315

Harpauer, 2775-76

Application deadline, 2002, 2297

Timetable

Serby, 2775

Purchase, associated leased land, 1600-1601

Sales, out-of-province, 67

 

Fastball See Baseball

 

Federal-Provincial-Territorial Family Law Committee, 1693-94

 

Fencing

Canadian National Junior Women's Sabre Team, 2002, Nadia Brecht, Asquith, selected, member's statement

Weekes, 2263

 

Fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effect See Health care - Fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effect; Social assistance - Cases, fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effect; Young offenders - Programs - Effectiveness, fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effect

 

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day Act (No. 203)

First reading

Draude, 1705

Second reading

Draude, 2693-94

Junor, 2694-95

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2695

Third reading

Draude, 2696

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Fidyk, Fannie See Centenarians - Fidyk, Fannie

 

Film industry, 137-38

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

Addley, 1553

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

Atkinson, 191

Minds Eye Pictures See also below Sound stage, Regina - Minds Eye Pictures

Government investment

Sonntag, 1909, 2001

Government investment, progress of productions

Huyghebaert, 1909, 2000-2001

Oser, Jean Hans, 138

Saskatchewan Filmpool Cooperative, 25th anniversary, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 356

Sound stage, Regina, 3, 20, 63, 83, 137, 177, 188, 263, 1875-76

Budget

Huyghebaert, 2088

Thomson, 2088

Business plan, 32

Huyghebaert, 1910

Government investment

Huyghebaert, 2001-2

Thomson, 2001-2

Leases

Huyghebaert, 2088-89

Minds Eye Pictures, film production, member's statement

McCall, 2183

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, responsibilities, 2313

SaskFilm and Video Development Corporation, government, co-operation, 3

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 55th, May 19-25, 2002, member's statement

Serby, 1579

 

Finance Committee

Appointment, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 276

Budget (March 27, 2002) M. (Cline) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 323; amdt. (Krawetz)

Krawetz, 339

Budget (March 27, 2002) M. (Lautermilch) to resume debate March 28, 2002

Lautermilch, 324

Estimates

2001-2002, supplementary, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance, 315

2001-2002, supplementary, transmitted, 315

2002-2003, main, M. (Cline) to refer to Committee of Finance, 315

2002-2003, main, transmitted, 315

 

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 887-94, 1459-66, 1935-43, 2803

Cline, 887-94, 1459-66, 1935-43

Draude, 892-93

Krawetz, 1459-65, 1935-41

Wakefield, 888-92, 894

Retirement, Margaret Allen, senior administrative assistant, 316

 

Financial services See Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Act (No. 59); Saskatchewan Financial Services Commission Consequential Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 60)

 

Fire halls See Firefighters - Fire hall, new

 

Firearms

Registration by January 1, 2003, injunction

Axworthy, 3041

D'Autremont, 3040-41

 

Firefighters

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

Allchurch, 1980-82

Brkich, 1986-90

Goulet, 1982-86

Harper, 1973-75

Lautermilch, 1990-91

Wiberg, 1975-80

Yates, 1969-73

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

Hamilton, 2084-85

Nipawin, Newfield seed plant fire- See Voluntarism - Salvation Army, Nipawin, Major Jill Purdy, coordinator, meals for firefighters

Scott Canadian Firefighters Combat Challenge, June 1-2, 2002, Riverside Park, Swift Current, host, member's statement

Wall, 1996

Volunteer, Wilkie and surrounding municipalities, banquet, May 10, 2002, member's statement

Peters, 1386

 

Fires- See also Forest fires

Bladworth, April 26, 2002, member's statement

Brkich, 1064

First Nations reserves, rural municipalities, responsibilities, dispute resolution, 2302-3, 2633

Girvin United Church, April 11, 2002, member's statement

Brkich, 629-30

Landowners, initial attack, training, 2653-55

Water reserves, urban communities, regulations, 1748, 1762

 

First aid

Heimlich manoeuvre, Lloydminster MLA, administered to Legislative Assembly employee, member's statement

Krawetz, 2778

 

First Nations See Indians/First Nations

 

First Nations Fund See Casinos - Revenue - First Nations Fund

 

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 2, 19, 78, 151-52, 180-81, 255, 264, 316, 334-35, 347, 363, 365-66, 375-76, 381, 384, 400, 402, 403, 404-5, 412-13, 442, 444, 466, 476, 1462-64, 1939-43- See also Budget - Balanced, drawing on savings; Fiscal Stabilization Fund Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 35)

Calvert, 329-30

Comparison with Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund, 334, 1941

Criticism

Crofford, 357, 359

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2803

 

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

First reading

Cline, 1040-41

Second reading

Cline, 1165-66

Krawetz, 2126-27

Toth, 1536-38

Weekes, 1166

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 2469-71

Krawetz, 2469-71

Third reading

Cline, 2489

Royal Assent, 2490

 

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund See Environment Department - Fish and Wildlife Development Fund

 

Fisher, Dan See Art/Artists - Fisher, Dan

 

Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Fish habitat issues, southeast Saskatchewan, 1952-54

 

Fishing

Besnard Lake, 1929-30

Besnard Lake, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, petitions, 684, 967, 1175, 1223, 1285, 1384, 1469, 1520, 1696, 1750, 1786, 1850, 1960, 2028, 2129, 2210, 2318, 2346, 2376, 2612

Allchurch, 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

Commercial, northern Saskatchewan, 1360, 1925-34

Processing plant, 1926-28

Stocks, replenishment, 1931-32

Game fish, 2664

Lake of the Prairies, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, 2658-59

Lake of the Prairies, stocked fish, responsible netting, First Nations people, petitions, 91, 125, 159, 189, 216, 308, 326, 354, 388, 421, 482, 534, 594, 658, 684, 792, 824, 1175, 1223, 1285, 1384, 1469, 1493, 1520, 1552, 1620, 1668, 1696, 1724, 1750, 1786, 1818, 1850, 1878, 1960, 1994, 2055, 2082, 2129, 2237, 2262, 2318, 2346, 2376, 2402, 2448, 2516, 2583, 2684, 2770, 2821, 2855, 2907, 2934

Allchurch, 2684

Bjornerud, 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

Toth, 2345, 2375, 2447

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

Belanger, 1180-81

Kwiatkowski, 1180-81

 

Food banks, 1544-48

Social assistance recipients, 1214

Social assistance recipients, support programs, 2735

Support programs, 1546-47

 

Food processing industry

Expansion, Harvest Meats Co. Ltd., Yorkton, 2, 146

Food distribution facility, construction, Westco Storage Ltd., Saskatoon, member's statement

Melenchuk, 2058

Processing plant, new, Centennial Foods, Saskatoon, 2, 146

 

Football

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

Harper, 3020

Humboldt Collegiate Institute Mohawks, Jason Biehn, deaf student, recognition, member's statement

Julé, 1622

 

Forest Fire Contingency Fund, 1938-39

Budget, 1047-48

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2665

 

Forest fires, 1048-49, 1744- See also Aircraft, government - Firefighting

Archerwill, community firefighters, member's statement

Draude, 1553

Archerwill, Turtle Lake, Tobin Lake, Makwa Lake, 1745-46

Cost sharing, 1747

Costs

Cline, 1859

Kwiatkowski, 1859

Costs, funding, 1744-45

Crutwell fire, Prince Albert area, forest firefighters, volunteer firefighters, gratitude, member's statement

Lautermilch, 2402-3

Wiberg, 2402

Expenditures, 1048

Fire towers, condemned, 2652-53

Interprovincial co-operation, 1746

Nipawin, cost sharing, 1747, 1777-78

Nipawin, disaster assistance

Calvert, 2406-7

Kwiatkowski, 2405-7

Rural municipalities, communities, funding assistance

Belanger, 1583-84, 1791, 2453

Bjornerud, 1583-84

Kwiatkowski, 1790-91, 2452-54

Thomson, 1790

Rural municipalities, communities, funding assistance, committee, 2655-56

Rural municipalities, funding assistance, disaster program See also Provincial disaster assistance program

Thomson, 1584

State of emergency, communities, cost sharing, 1778-79

Suppression program, 1045

 

Forest fringe land See Cattle industry - Grazing, forest fringe land, tax assessment

 

Forest industry- See also Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 65)

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

Allchurch, 1655-59

Goulet, 1629-31

Hamilton, 1651-55

Kwiatkowski, 1633-37

Thomson, 1659-65

Wiberg, 1637-49

Yates, 1631-33

Employment development, 727

Expansion, 1, 727

Expansion, investment, ministerial statement (Lautermilch)

Allchurch, 1183-84

Lautermilch, 1182-83

Forest management agreements, 730-31, 1922-24

Forest management agreements, Aboriginal participation, 1362, 1924-25

Forestry centre, Prince Albert- See Forestry Development Centre, Prince Albert; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Woodland Campus, Prince Albert - Forestry research centre

Northern forest protection worker training program, 1361

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

Belanger, 223

Kwiatkowski, 224

Northern Saskatchewan, 73, 76, 1360, 1921-23

Aboriginal participation, 1362-63

Federal role, 1363-64

Training, 1922

Oriented strand board mill, Tolko Industries Ltd., Meadow Lake, 2, 146, 727, 734

Private sector development, 727

Reforestation, 1049-50

Reforestation, fees, 1050

Softwood See also Trade - Protectionism, United States

Legal actions before World Trade Organization, North American Free Trade Agreement

Axworthy, 1158-59

USA actions, 727-29

USA embargo, effects, 173-74, 316, 734-35

USA tariffs, 471, 1923

USA tariffs, effects

Allchurch, 2454

Stumpage fees, 729-30

Wood waste, forest management agreement areas, 1050-52

 

Forest Resources Management Act, 3

 

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

First reading

Lautermilch, 1761

Second reading

Allchurch, 2435

D'Autremont, 2008-9

Lorjé, 2007-8

Wiberg, 2168-74

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Allchurch, 2486-88

Belanger, 2486-88

Third reading

Belanger, 2490

Royal Assent, 2491

 

Forestry Development Centre, Prince Albert, 3, 727- See also Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Woodland Campus, Prince Albert - Forestry research centre

Research and development, 2648-49

 

Foundation grants See School divisions - grants, operating (foundation grants)

 

431 Air Demonstration Squadron, Snowbirds See Canadian Armed Forces - Snowbirds

 

4-H

Achievement days, Moosomin constituency and regional show and sale, Whitewood, member's statement

Toth, 2029-30

Saskatchewan 4-H Hall of Fame, Muriel Sheldon, rural Prince Albert, induction, member's statement

Wiberg, 1754

 

Francophones

Journ-e internationale de la Francophonie en Saskatchewan, member's statement

Kasperski, 128

 

Fuel tax See Gasoline - Ethanol-blended, tax exemption

 

Fundraising

Arcola skating rink, member's statement

D'Autremont, 94

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

Hart, 686

Swift Current events, Saskatchewan Abilities Council, Canadian Cancer Society, Big Brothers/Big Sisters, member's statement

Wall, 1755

 

Fyke Commission See Health care - Commission on Medicare

 

 

G

 

Gabriel Dumont Institute of Métis Studies and Applied Research, 206

 

Gambling- See also Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2002 (No. 48); Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

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

Goulet, 659

Negotiations between Government and Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations- See Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority - Gaming agreement, new

Revenue to General Revenue Fund, 462

Video lottery terminals

Profits, 378, 462

Responsible machines, Nova Scotia, member's statement

Hillson, 2857

 

Games

Cribbage, national tournament, Royal Canadian Legion, Melville team, third place winners, member's statement

Osika, 1158

 

Gardiner, James Wilfrid See Condolences - Gardiner, James Wilfrid

 

Gas industry See Natural gas

 

Gasoline

Ethanol-blended, tax exemption, 320, 374, 414, 445

Orphaned underground tank sites, cleanup, Centenary Capital Fund, 1044-45

 

GDP (Gross domestic product) See Economy - Gross domestic product (GDP)

 

Girls Guides of Canada

Pathfinders, Canada Cord awards, Nipawin, June 16, 2002, member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 1997

Saskatchewan Council, annual banquet and awards, April 20, 2002, member's statement

Lorjé, 1009

 

Glen Ewen, Sask. See Oil industry - Gas conservation plant, construction, Glen Ewen

 

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

 

Golf

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

Atkinson, 1127

 

Government

Access, improvements, 317

Accomplishments

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

Accountability See also Government Accountability Act (No. 202)

Hermanson, 3042

Saskatchewan Party role, 171

Credibility

Calvert, 1887

Wall, 1886-87

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

Cline, 1263-64

Wakefield, 1264-65

Databases, personal information, security

Crofford, 2353

Gantefoer, 2353

Direction, lacking

Hermanson, 282

Efficiencies, 172

Fees and charges, changes, 317

Financial management, 31, 35, 228 See also Budget

Cash management practices

Cline, 312-13

Provincial Auditor, Public Accounts, 2001-2002, release

Krawetz, 2773

Quarterly reports, 1459

Cline, 2451

Krawetz, 2451

Revenue projections, 1460

Summary financial statements, 1465-66

Cline, 220-21

Krawetz, 220-21

Summary financial statements, deficit, 2001-2002

Cline, 2773

Krawetz, 2773-74

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

Cline, 2954-58

Crofford, 2947-49

Hillson, 2958-59

Krawetz, 2942-45

Kwiatkowski, 2951-54

Melenchuk, 2949-51

Toth, 2945-47

Financial planning, Provincial Auditor, 2001 Fall Report, v. 1, overall focus, 335-36

Fiscal accountability, 31-32

Fiscal accountability, rating agencies, 1462-65

Hiring freeze, savings, 1055

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

Hart, 979

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

D'Autremont, 960-64

Heppner, 942-60

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

Hermanson, 2409-14

Van Mulligen, 2427-28

Wiberg, 2414-25

Yates, 2425-27

Performance

Hillson, 1526-27

Plans

Calvert, 3042

Positions, filled, created, after hiring freeze, 1055-56

Reorganization, 2, 2785-87

Calvert, 2617-18

Hermanson, 281-82

Krawetz, 2617-18

Administrative savings

Calvert, 282

Departments, fewer, 316

Financial savings, 316, 2784

Health care, effect

Calvert, 285

Gantefoer, 285

Hiring freeze, 2784-85

Positions, numbers reduced, 316, 346, 2783-84

Rural municipalities, effect

Bjornerud, 283

Calvert, 283-84

Reshaping, 317

Vision, 58-59

Web site, redesigned, member's statement

Jones, 2965

 

Government Accountability Act

Government support

Krawetz, 663

 

Government Accountability Act (No. 202)

First reading

Krawetz, 664

 

Government expenditures

Debt, 2, 63, 112, 316, 322, 335, 408, 1462-66

Cline, 45

Debt, improved rating, 477

Debt-to-GDP ratio, 322

Deficit 2002, extent

Hermanson, 2825-26

Deficit and debt, optimism

Calvert, 2825-26

Cline, 2826

Reduced, 316

Calvert, 282

 

Government House, Regina- See also Municipalities - Grants in lieu of taxes, exemptions

Funding, renovations, 1280

Gift shop, 1281

Staff, 1280

Tourists, 1280-81

 

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Aboriginal Affairs, responsibilities, 1217, 1276-78

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 988-92, 1215-20, 1272-82, 1761-69, 2293-2310, 2626-36, 2804

Allchurch, 2295, 2299-2301, 2305, 2633-36

Axworthy, 1272-76, 2299-2306, 2626-36

Bjornerud, 1215-17, 1218-20, 2298-99

Crofford, 1279-82, 2306-10

Draude, 2293-97, 2309-10

Eagles, 1276, 1278-82, 2306-9

Hart, 988-92, 2301-5

Julé, 1272-78, 2626-32, 2636

Kwiatkowski, 1762-65

Osika, 988-92, 1215-20, 1276-79, 1761-67, 1769, 2293-99

Toth, 1765-68

Weekes, 1217-18, 1220

Mandate, 1215, 1276

Reorganization, opportunities, 989

Staff, reorganization effects, 1215-17

Trade policies, responsibilities, 2297-98

 

Government revenue, 67

Projections, lower, 316

Projections, natural resource sector, inappropriate, 324

 

Governor General

Quotation, address to Regina Canadian Club, September 17, 2001, 472

 

Graduates See Education, post-secondary; Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Graduate employment rate, survey

 

Grain

Elevators

Briercrest, purchase, farmer shareholders, Briercrest Grain Ltd., member's statement

Stewart, 2319

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

Bakken, 686

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

Hart, 92-93

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina, company status, Crown Investments Corporation investment

Wall, 3022-23

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina, Crown Investments Corporation investment

Serby, 3023

Storage facilities, assessment- See Property - Assessment - Grain storage facilities

 

Grants in lieu of taxes See Municipalities - Grants in lieu of taxes

 

Grasslands See Prairie grasslands

 

Grazing See Livestock industry - Grazing lands

Forest fringe land- See Cattle industry - Grazing, forest fringe land, tax assessment

 

Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2002 See Students - Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2002

 

Great Sand Hills region See Environment - Protection, Great Sand Hills

 

Great West Brewery See Breweries - Great West Brewery

 

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), 63, 115, 473

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 2855, 2907, 2934, 2962, 2988, 3018, 3036

Allchurch, 2821, 2855, 2907

Bakken, 2820, 2854, 2906, 2961, 2987, 3017, 3035

Brkich, 2821, 2854, 2906

Draude, 2819, 2853, 2905, 2933

Eagles, 2820, 2854, 2905, 2933, 2961

Elhard, 2853, 2905, 2933

Gantefoer, 2819

Harpauer, 2854-55, 2906, 2934

Heppner, 2819

Huyghebaert, 2820-21, 2854, 2906, 2933, 2961-62

Julé, 2819, 2853

Kwiatkowski, 2819, 2853, 2933

McMorris, 2905-6

Stewart, 2820, 2853, 2905

Toth, 2853

Wall, 2820, 2854, 2906, 2933, 2961

Weekes, 2821, 2854, 2906, 2934, 2962, 2987-88, 3018, 3035-36

Kyoto Protocol

Acceptable in principle, implementation process, unacceptable

Calvert, 2860-61

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)

Addley, 2899-2902

Atkinson, 2923-25

Belanger, 2868-70

Brkich, 2882-84

Dearborn, 2888-90

Eagles, 2892-94

Forbes, 2890-92

Goulet, 2904, 2918-21

Hart, 2930-32

Hermanson, 2896-99

Hillson, 2902-4

Julé, 2878-79

Kwiatkowski, 2873-75

Lautermilch, 2865-68

Prebble, 2894-96

Stewart, 2870-72

Thomson, 2879-82

Van Mulligen, 2928-30

Wall, 2925-28

Wartman, 2884-86, 2887-88

Weekes, 2921-23

Yates, 2875-78

Economic effect, environmental effect, oppose ratification

Stewart, 2860-61

Management, 3, 21, 115

SaskPower, long-term climate change action plan, member's statement

McCall, 1820-21

 

Greenhouse Gas Technology Centre, Regina, 115, 116

 

GreenPower, SaskPower See Wind power - GreenPower program, SaskPower

 

Gross domestic product (GDP) See Economy - Gross domestic product (GDP)

 

Grow Saskatchewan strategy See Saskatchewan Party - Grow Saskatchewan strategy

 

Gymnastics

Tisdale Twisters, 25th anniversary, member's statement

Gantefoer, 1672

 

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Hafford, Sask. See Hospitals - Hafford

 

Hague, Sask. See Highways and roads - Highway No. 11 - Entrances, communities of Hague, Osler, Rosthern

 

Handicapped and disabled persons See Disabled and handicapped persons

 

Hansen, Cora See Centenarians - Hansen, Cora

 

Hanton, Frank Edward William See Tributes - Hanton, Frank Edward William

 

Harvest Meats Co. Ltd. See Food processing industry - Expansion, Harvest Meats Co. Ltd., Yorkton

 

Health authorities See Regional health authorities

 

Health care, 24-25, 30, 141, 250-52, 253, 275, 366, 370, 382- See also Ambulance service; Cancer; First aid; Government - Reorganization - Health care, effect; Health Care Committee; Hospitals; Long-term care; Medicare; Mental health; Nursing homes; Regional health authorities; Regional Health Services Act (No. 61)

Abortions, remove government funding, petitions

Heppner, 2987

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care, 5, 25, 65, 72, 79, 84, 113, 197-98, 226, 317, 371-72, 407, 472-73

Funding, 5

Bursaries, return-service, 317

Capital improvements, 317

Emergency medical responders, upgrading, 317, 446

Health Quality Council, 317

Medical equipment, upgrades, 317, 446

Primary health care teams, 317, 446

Providers, training spaces, 317, 446

Regional health authorities, new, 317

Seniors and disabled, remain in own homes, 317

Telephone health advice, 317, 446

Waiting times, management improvements, 317

Issues

Hillson, 1705

Nilson, 1705

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

Gantefoer, 3007-10

Goulet, 3012-15

Junor, 3004-7

Krawetz, 3010-12

Nilson, 3002-4

Administration, reorganization, 67

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

Bakken, 2083-84

Arthritis, Camp Wekando, Saskatoon, May 10-12, 2002, Arthritis Society, sponsor, member's statement

Kwiatkowski, 1578-79

Blood transportation, federal regulation, 2110

Centres

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

Belanger, 2518

Buffalo Narrows, funding, 382

Climax, closure of palliative care, 120

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 388, 684, 852, 878, 1093, 1439, 1469, 2055, 2376, 2448, 2684, 2770, 2821, 3036

Bakken, 2611, 2683, 2769

Brkich, 354, 657, 824, 851, 1060, 1383, 1438, 2027, 2345-46, 2401, 2611, 2683, 2769, 3018, 3035

Wiberg, 2612, 2769

Ile-a-la-Crosse, funding, 382

Changes, 5, 225-26, 252

Children, Canadian ranking, Today's Parent, June 2002

Gantefoer, 1580-81

Nilson, 1580-81

Commission on Medicare, Indians/First Nations, Métis, recommendations, 2632

Contrasts with USA, 261-62

Cystic fibrosis, Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Julia award, SaskTel/Telcare, recipient, member's statement

Junor, 1673

Deterioration, 80, 256

Diabetes, Aboriginal people, 72

Diabetes, National Aboriginal Diabetes Awareness Day, May 3, 2002, member's statement

McCall, 1157

Fetal alcohol syndrome, fetal alcohol effect, 72 See also Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Awareness Day Act (No. 203)

Member's statement

Draude, 1700

Funding, 5, 372, 415, 445 See also above Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care - Funding

Cline, 193

Gantefoer, 742

Nilson, 742

Federal, request for increase, 317

Increase, 317, 475

Research, increase, 317, 321, 445-46, 475

Saskatchewan Lotteries, Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority, 25 per cent of profit to health care, petitions, 2934

Kwiatkowski, 2905

Fundraising, Dr. Noble Irwin Healthcare Foundation, Swift Current, member's statement

Wall, 740

Hafford community- See Hospitals - Hafford

Health line, 24-hour, toll-free, 198

Hemodialysis- See below Renal dialysis

Infant mortality rate

Poverty, substance abuse

Draude, 1758

Poverty, substance abuse, programs, Kids First

Nilson, 1758-59

Poverty, substance abuse, programs, Kids First, SchoolPLUS

Hagel, 1758

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) See also Hospital waiting lists - Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Use of equipment

Hillson, 859

Nilson, 859

Medical savings accounts, 250-51

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

Elhard, 1821-22

Obstetrics, Victoria Hospital, Prince Albert, equipment failure, human resources issues

Gantefoer, 741-42

Nilson, 741-42

Primary teams, 198

Providers See also Health care professionals; Nurses; Physicians/Doctors

Shortage

Bakken, 1343

Nilson, 1343

Reform, 317

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

Harper, 40

Renal dialysis

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

Bjornerud, 1009

Reciprocal billing, 2574

Satellite, Yorkton Regional Health Centre, funding, 2103-4

Satellite, Yorkton Regional Health Centre, member's statement

Serby, 129

Satellite service sites, 2573-74

Research, 3, 20

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

Crofford, 686

Saskatoon, healthy Canadian city, member's statement

Atkinson, 1753-54

World Health Day, April 5, 2002, member's statement

Jones, 454

 

Health care commission, national See Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada

 

Health Care Committee, 113

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 655

Membership, substitution, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 1628

Public hearings, Commission on Medicare report, 1

Report, table, M. (Junor)

Gantefoer, 1670

Junor, 1668-70

 

Health care professionals- See also Health care - Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care - Funding - Providers, training spaces; Health care - Providers; Medical laboratory technologists; Nurses; Paramedics Act (No. 38); Physicians/Doctors; Public health inspectors

Bursaries, member's statement

Junor, 2989-90

Loss, 67

Hermanson, 41

Pay equity, 2576

Shortage

Gantefoer, 43-44, 2062

Nilson, 43-44, 2062

Training, northern Saskatchewan, 4

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

Allchurch, 1076-77

Belanger, 1077-79

Goulet, 1070-72

Hamilton, 1072-74

Julé, 1079-80

Wiberg, 1074-76

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

Draude, 1081

Goulet, 1080, 1081

Hamilton, 1081

Julé, 1080

Thomson, 1080, 1081

Wiberg, 1080-81

Northern health access program, funding, 319, 374

 

Health Department

Employee, dismissal, breach, database security policies

Gantefoer, 2352-53

Nilson, 2353

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 862-76, 1451-59, 1605-14, 2101-11, 2564-82, 2804

Bakken, 1612-14, 2110-11, 2577-81

Bjornerud, 2101-3

Brkich, 2110

Draude, 2574

Gantefoer, 862-70, 876, 1451-59, 1452-58, 1605-14, 2564-72, 2582

Harpauer, 2106-10

Hart, 870-71

Huyghebaert, 1609-12

Julé, 1605-8, 2574-76

Krawetz, 2571-72

McMorris, 875

Nilson, 862-76, 1451-59, 1605-14, 2101-11, 2564-82

Stewart, 2573

Toth, 2576-77

Wall, 872-73, 1608-9, 2104-6

Weekes, 874, 2581-82

Official opposition, address questions through office of Minister of Health, 863

Overview, drug plan, extended benefits, 1452

Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living (SAIL) program- See Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living program

 

Health districts- See also Regional health authorities

Amalgamation, debt, 385

Cline, 426

Gantefoer, 425-26

Nilson, 425

Central Plains Health District, funding, clawback, 1606-8

Moose Jaw-Thunder Creek Health District, 226

Moose Mountain Health District

Name change to Pipestone Health District, petition, 2237

 

Health Quality Council, 5, 65, 198- See also Health care - Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care - Funding - Health Quality Council

 

Health Quality Council Act (No. 41)

First reading

Nilson, 1184

Second reading

Gantefoer, 1868-69

Nilson, 1502-3

Weekes, 1503

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Gantefoer, 2535-38

Nilson, 2535-38

Third reading

Nilson, 2563

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Health Research Foundation See Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation Act (No. 43)

 

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

First reading

Nilson, 1705-6

Second reading

Bakken, 2197

Gantefoer, 2071

Nilson, 1840

Wall, 2433

Weekes, 1840

Wiberg, 2276-78

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 2535

Third reading

Nilson, 2563

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Heggie, Robert Andrew See Condolences - Heggie, Robert Andrew

 

Hegland, Dennis See Tributes - Hegland, Dennis

 

Helmets

Bicycle riders, in-line skaters, skate boarders, legislation, enforcement, petitions, 1724

Heppner, 1695

 

Hemodialysis See Health care - Renal dialysis

 

Hepburn, Sask. See Highways and roads - Highway No. 12 - Access, Hepburn

 

Herbicides

Ban, school yards, daycare grounds, children's playgrounds, 21

 

Heritage See Culture, Youth and Recreation Department - Heritage, mandate

Buildings- See Buildings - Heritage

 

Hertz, Michael See Teachers - Hertz, Michael

 

High schools- See also Indians/First Nations - Education; Schools

Dropouts- See below Non-attendance

Graduation, 18

Graduation rates, 1

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

Draude, 1585

Melenchuk, 1584

Non-attendance, 23, 318 See also Indians/First Nations - Education

Tracking system, province-wide, 2680-81

St. Angela's Academy, Prelate, graduation exercises, June 22, 2002, member's statement

Weekes, 2320

Thom Collegiate, Regina, SaskEnergy, six-year partnership, member's statement

Trew, 2403-4

Weyburn Comprehensive High School- See Regional colleges - Southeast Regional College and Weyburn Comprehensive High School

 

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

First reading

Sonntag, 1132

Second reading

D'Autremont, 1295-96

Julé, 2100-2101

Sonntag, 1293-95

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Julé, 2551-53

Sonntag, 2552-53

Wall, 2553

Third reading

Sonntag, 2563

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Highways and roads

Bridges, St. Louis, 2505-6

Construction and maintenance, 4, 22, 49, 59-60, 63-64, 84, 117, 318, 401-2, 414, 445, 473

Area transportation planning committees, Department of Highways and Transportation, co-operation, member's statement

Trew, 2449

Crews, appreciation, member's statement

Forbes, 2131-32

Member's statement

McCall, 1962

Northern Saskatchewan, 383

Funding, 319

Member's statement

Goulet, 2449-50

Pavement Scientific International, process, 1615-16

Rocanville, winter gravel haul tender, 2207

Rubber asphalt roads, 411

Rumble strips, 844-45 See also below Highway No. 11 - Construction and maintenance, rumble strips

Deterioration, 200, 404, 411, 449

Highway No. 1

Twinning, 59, 318, 445

Twinning, Grenfell area, 2503-4

Highway No. 3

Access, Weldon, 1197-98

Highway No. 4

Construction and maintenance, 850

Highway No. 6

Construction and maintenance, north of Minton, 2499-2500

Construction and maintenance, Watson to Naicam, 2206

Highway No. 7

Construction and maintenance, twinning, east of Rosetown, 2492

Highway No. 8

Construction and maintenance, grade, Pipestone Creek area, 2207-8

Construction and maintenance, Langenburg, concerns, 1199-1200

Highway No. 11

Construction and maintenance, 842-43

Construction and maintenance, rumble strips, 843

Entrances, communities of Hague, Osler, Rosthern, 842

Highway No. 12

Access, Hepburn, 843

Highway No. 13

Construction and maintenance, between Weyburn and Trossachs, 2498-99

Construction and maintenance, Ogema area, 2499

Highway No. 15

Construction and maintenance, 2204-6, 2506

Repairs, petitions, 421, 482, 534, 594, 658, 792, 824, 852, 967, 995, 1093, 1175, 1223, 1255, 1285, 1315, 1384, 1469, 1493, 1520, 1552, 1576, 1620, 1668, 1696, 1724, 1750, 1786, 1850, 1904, 1960, 2028, 2129

Harpauer, 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

Weekes, 452, 594, 1468, 1878, 1903

Highway No. 16

Twinning, 59, 318

Highway No. 20

Construction and maintenance, south of Humboldt, 2505

Highway No. 22

Construction and maintenance, Southey west to grain handling facility, 2506-7

Construction and maintenance, TerraCem project, Pavement Scientific International, 1200, 1615, 2506

Highway No. 23

Repairs, petitions, 1576, 1620, 1668, 1724, 1750, 1786, 2210, 2237, 2262, 2318

Kwiatkowski, 1491, 1551, 1575, 1619, 1695, 1723, 1749, 2179, 2209, 2237, 2261

Highway No. 35

Deterioration, 256

Repairs, petitions, 91, 159, 189, 216, 278, 308, 326, 354, 388, 421, 482, 534, 658, 684, 792, 1093, 1125, 1175, 1255, 1315, 1520, 1552, 1576, 2262

Bakken, 307

Eagles, 625

McMorris, 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

Highway No. 37

Construction and maintenance, 1614

Construction and maintenance, bridges, 1614-15

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 1493, 1552, 1620, 1696, 1750, 1786, 1818, 1850, 1878, 1904, 1960, 2082, 2210, 2237, 2318, 2346, 2402

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

Stewart, 1667, 1749, 1785, 1817

Wakefield, 2375

Highway No. 44

Construction and maintenance, 2491

Highway No. 47

Construction and maintenance, 2502-3

Highway No. 48

Construction and maintenance, 2502

Construction and maintenance, Manitoba border to Highway No. 8, Prairie Grain Roads Program, 2501-2

Highway No. 51

Construction and maintenance, Kerrobert to Alberta border, 2495-97

Highway No. 58

Repairs, petitions, 2027, 2055, 2082, 2129, 2210, 2237, 2346, 2376, 2402, 2448, 2516, 2988, 3036

Stewart, 1993, 2027, 2055, 2081, 2179, 2209, 2317, 2345, 2375, 2401, 2447, 2961, 3017, 3035

Wakefield, 2401

Highway No. 312

Construction and maintenance, 841

Highway No. 339

Repairs to facilitate economic development, petitions, 159, 189, 278, 308, 326, 354, 824

Stewart, 125, 159, 215, 277, 307, 325, 593, 791

Highway No. 342

Construction and maintenance, 2491

Highway No. 368

Construction and maintenance, between Lake Lenore and St. Brieux, 2504-5

Highway No. 616

Construction and maintenance, 2503

Highway No. 641

Construction and maintenance, 2507-8

Highway No. 667

Construction and maintenance, 2206-7

Northern Saskatchewan- See above Construction and maintenance - Northern Saskatchewan

Research- See Highways and Transportation Department - Pavement Scientific International

Road salt, toxic substance, declaration, 2642

Road weight system, effect, potato growers, 2492-93

Signage, 2497-98, 2500-2501

Signage, Southey, crosswalk, 2507-8

Thin membrane surface, paving, resurfacing, 318, 445

Thin membrane surface, traffic management, 318

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

Truck route management, 59

Yellowhead highway- See above Highway No. 16

 

Highways and Transportation Department

Action Committee on the Rural Economy, report recommendations, effect on highways and roads, 847-48

Advertising campaigns, 2509

Area transportation planning committees, 401, 845, 848

Building, Glaslyn, removal proposal, 1198-99

Building, Morse, roles and costs of Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 1541-42

Equipment, purchase, lease, role of Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 1543-44

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 839-50, 1196-1201, 1614-18, 2052-54, 2204-8, 2491-2514, 2804

Allchurch, 1198-99

Bakken, 2498-2501

Bjornerud, 1199-1200

Draude, 2206-7

Elhard, 840-41, 844-50, 1614-18, 2052-54, 2204, 2491, 2493-98, 2508-14

Harpauer, 2204-6

Hart, 1200, 2506-8

Heppner, 841-44

Hermanson, 2491-93

Huyghebaert, 1196-97, 1614

Julé, 2504-6

Toth, 2207-8, 2501-4

Wall, 850

Wartman, 839-50, 1196-1201, 1614-18, 2052-54, 2204-8, 2491-2514

Wiberg, 1197-98

Estimates, supplementary (2001-2002), 2804

Long-term planning, 848

Occupational health and safety, 2509-11

Overview, funding assigned, tasks completed, 839-40

Pavement Scientific International

Contract, 1617

Research, development, 846, 1615

Research agreement, ministerial statement (Wartman)

Huyghebaert, 747

Wartman, 746-47

Philosophy, 1196

Projects, 1616

Centenary Capital Fund, 2494-95

Costs, 2494

Revolving fund, 1937

Staffing, salaries, 848-50, 1937, 2508-9

Vision, mandate, 845-47

 

Historic/heritage sites and monuments See Diefenbaker homestead, Regina

 

Hockey- See also Fundraising - Arcola skating rink

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

Gantefoer, 1034

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

Gantefoer, 536-37

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

Boyd, 281

Bantam Tier II provincial championship, Batco/TNT Eliminators, Swift Current, winners, member's statement

Wall, 280-81

Estevan Bruins Celebrity Sports dinner- See Sports - Estevan Bruins Celebrity Sports dinner

Hunter, Bill, celebrity- See Tributes - Hunter, Bill, hockey celebrity

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

Elhard, 2937

Outdoor Hockey League, Regina, Dress-a-Champion, 10th annual, Ehrlo Community Services Sport Venture, SaskPower sponsorship, member's statement

McCall, 3037

Provincial Junior B Championships, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, winners, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 391

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

Boyd, 356

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

Allchurch, 793

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

Brkich, 279-80

South Saskatchewan Minor Hockey League, midget AA, Pipestone Valley Jets, winners, member's statement

Toth, 484

St. Louis Rebels, marathon fundraiser, arena repairs, member's statement

Julé, 2858

Triangle Hockey League championships, Moosomin Rangers, winners, member's statement

Toth, 484

Western Canadian Junior B Championship, Keystone Cup, April 11-14, 2002, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, hosts, bronze medallists, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 741

Western Canadian Shield, Senior B, females, Avonlea Prairie Thunder, champions, member's statement

Stewart, 1008

Western Hockey League, Bantam Hockey Draft, Shaun Vey, Wakaw, drafted 20th overall to Vancouver Giants, member's statement

Julé, 1317

Western Hockey League, Moose Jaw Warriors, advance, second round, Eastern Conference Championship, member's statement

Higgins, 355

Western Hockey League, Swift Current Broncos, winners, first round of playoffs, April 2, 2002, member's statement

Wall, 455

Wheatland Senior Hockey League, Bruno T-Birds, champions, member's statement

Julé, 739-40

Women's, recognition, Colleen Sistorics and Brandy West, member's statement

Toth, 130

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

Bjornerud, 40

 

Hog industry, 173- See also Livestock industry

Expansion, Purelean Hogs, Moosomin area, 48-49

Labour standards, inclusion, 1368, 1369-72

Labour standards, inclusion, consultation process

Harpauer, 1443-44

Higgins, 1443-44

Stomp Pork Farm and Agra-Pork Co-operative, Leroy, joint venture, official opening, April 19, 2002, member's statement

Serby, 879-80

 

Hollister, Curtis See Canadian Armed Forces - Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry - 3rd Battalion, Curtis Hollister

 

Holocaust Memorial Day

Commemoration, Regina, April 9, 2002, member's statement

Kasperski, 535-36

Kwiatkowski, 536

Minute of silence, April 9, 2002, 536

 

Home care

Funding- See Disabled and handicapped persons - Report, Saskatchewan's Disability Action Plan, recommendation, home care, funding

 

Honours and awards

Caring Canadian Award, Norman Duerr, Humboldt, member's statement

Julé, 628

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

Hagel, 2912

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

Elhard, 217-18

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

Brkich, 2912

Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal

Presentation, Hansard, April 25, 2002

Addendum, 1-9

 

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

First reading

Serby, 99

Second reading

Brkich, 808-9

Elhard, 1296-1300

Harpauer, 1300-1301

McMorris, 529

Serby, 528-29

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Brkich, 1742-43

Elhard, 1738-42

Harpauer, 1737, 1742

Serby, 1737-43

Third reading

Serby, 1743

Royal Assent, 2236

 

Hospital waiting lists, 411- See also Health care - Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care - Funding - Waiting times, management improvements

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) See also Health care - Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

Allchurch, 2135

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), out-of-province treatment, reimbursement

Hillson, 831

Nilson, 831

Surgery, 31, 35, 52, 89, 118, 200, 230, 252, 268, 337-38

Bakken, 1343

Gantefoer, 2061-62

Nilson, 1343, 2062

Saskatchewan Surgical Care Network, 198, 2573, 2576-77

Yorkton, orthopedics, 2572-73

 

Hospitals

Beds, closure, summer 2002

Gantefoer, 2061

Nilson, 2061

Climax- See Health care - Centres - Climax

Hafford, lacks full-time physician, 186, 2581-82

Hafford, lacks full-time physician, member's statement

Weekes, 93-94

Humboldt, funding, 1606

Kamsack, hospital designation, services, 2101-2

Moosomin, request for new, fundraising, 50

Moosomin, request for new, project status, 2577

Preeceville, addition, funding, 337

Preeceville, addition, project status, 2571-72

Provincial system, 198

Radville, expansion, request, 2577-78

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

Hermanson, 10

Trew, 11

Royal University Hospital Foundation, Saskatoon, awards, member's statement

Junor, 2378

Rural, 230

Saskatoon City Hospital Foundation, legacy, John Rependa, member's statement

Junor, 280

St. Peter's Hospital, Melville, 239

St. Peter's Hospital, Melville, new, official opening, member's statement

Osika, 2239-40

Surgery

Post-operative care, private services, reimbursement, Jackson case, 2580-81

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new

Funding, government commit 65 per cent share, petitions, 2318, 2376, 2516, 2583, 2684, 2770, 2821, 3018, 3036

Wall, 2261, 2345, 2447-48, 2516, 2611, 2683, 2769, 2987, 3017, 3035

Funding, member's statement

Wall, 3020

Funding commitment, member's statement

Wall, 1907

Needs, 417

Request, member's statement

Wall, 2614

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new/renovation

Process, funding, 1608-9, 2104-6

 

Hotels Association of Saskatchewan See Budget - Impact, Hotels Association of Saskatchewan

 

Housing

Construction, 244

Construction, increase

Member's statement

Hamilton, 630

Projection, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 322

Regina, member's statement

Trew, 2965

Regina and Saskatoon, member's statement

Jones, 2031

Saskatoon, member's statement

Addley, 1317-18

Northern Saskatchewan, 73-74

Sales, 63, 244

Senior citizens, 65

Senior citizens, Broadway Terrace, Regina, new development, announcement, Regina Lutheran Care Society, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1699

Social, and affordable, 5, 24, 226, 368, 407, 415, 2232-36

Centenary affordable housing program, agreement, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 2585

Construction, new investment, 317, 383

Construction, new investment, Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, 318

Numbers of units, commercial value, rental rates, 2231

Rent, increase, ability to pay, 317

Rent, increases, 2727-29

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation units, relocation, 2234-35

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation units, rental rates, 2232-33

 

Howes, William S. See Condolences - Howes, William S.

 

Howland, Michele See Legislative Assembly - Employees - Retirement, Legislative Library, Michele Howland

 

Human rights

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

Axworthy, 2863-64

Heppner, 2864

 

Humboldt, Sask. See Culture - Humboldt Summer Sizzler; Economic development - Humboldt; Highways and roads - Highway No. 20 - Construction and maintenance, south of Humboldt; Hospitals - Humboldt, funding; Music - Humboldt Music Festival; Population - Growth, Humboldt; Saskatchewan Housing Corporation - Humboldt territory operations office; Sports - Saskatchewan Senior Fitness Association, Games, June 3-6, 2002, Humboldt; Winter games - Saskatchewan Winter Games, February 17-23, 2002, Humboldt

 

Hunter, Bill See Tributes - Hunter, Bill, hockey celebrity

 

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Income

After tax, increase, 2, 19

Child tax benefit, 2730 See also Families - Child Benefit Program

Child tax credit, increase, 321

Low, government programs, retention of child maintenance, petitions, 125

Boyd, 91

Personal, forecasts, 2

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

Saskatchewan employment supplement, 717-19, 721-25

Saskatchewan employment supplement, funding, 368

Seniors' tax credit, increase, 321

 

Income tax

Forms, Saskatchewan, simplification, member's statement

Yates, 1095

Reduction, 228, 321, 369, 374, 382, 413, 475, 2796

Reduction, effective January 2003, ministerial statement (Cline)

Cline, 2995-96

Hillson, 2996

Krawetz, 2996

Reduction, January 1, 2003, 322, 445

Tax credits, 413

Tax credits, reduction, 338-39

 

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

First reading

Cline, 1678

Second reading

Cline, 1889-91

D'Autremont, 1891-92

Krawetz, 2124-25

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 2288-91

Krawetz, 2288-91

Third reading

Lautermilch, 2293

Royal Assent, 2490

 

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

First reading

Axworthy, 333

Second reading

Axworthy, 637

Heppner, 977

Weekes, 637

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 1681-82

Julé, 1681-82

Third reading

Axworthy, 1683

Royal Assent, 1722

 

Indian Act (Canada) See Canada First Nations Governance Act

 

Indians/First Nations, 6- See also Canada First Nations Governance Act; Education, post-secondary - Post-secondary Aboriginal education and training action plan; Forest industry - Forest management agreements, Aboriginal participation; Health care - Commission on Medicare, Indians/First Nations, Métis, recommendations; Health care - Diabetes, Aboriginal people; Mining industry - Employment, Aboriginal; Saskatchewan Telecommunications - Expansion, Indians/First Nations; SaskEnergy - Expansion, Indians/First Nations

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

Hermanson, 2183-84

Aboriginal Awareness Week, May 21 - 24, 2002, member's statement

Julé, 1522

Aboriginal economic development strategy, 2303-5

Aboriginal internship and management development program, 136, 1516-17

Aboriginal Justice Commission, 1274

Ahtahkakoop, Chief, 6

Business partnerships, 6

Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform, 6

Community pasture, Landis, Mosquito-Grizzly Bear's Head First Nation, Rosemount Grazing Co-op, negotiations, 2633-36

Education

Initiatives to improve high school graduation rates, 2681

Neglect, 380

Training, 4, 64

Full participation in economy/society, 102, 103, 207, 228

Full participation in economy/society, integrated services, 1274

Métis and off-reserve strategy, 2628-31

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

Allchurch, 2239

McCall, 2239

Piapot First Nation, child protection, on-reserve, 2631-32

Revenue, taxation, on-reserve, 2627-28

Safety calendar, SaskEnergy- See SaskEnergy Incorporated - Safety calendar, First Nations, student drawings

Self-government, consultative process, 2627

Treaty land entitlements, 6, 102

Carlton Trail, 2299-2301

Crown land

Selection, process, 2301

Third party claims, 1598-99

Third party claims, cattle industry, effect, 1599-1600

Crown land, purchase, process, 1372-76

Dispute resolution, 1595-97

Dispute resolution, costs, 1597-98

Leased land, ranchers, continued use

Elhard, 3039-40

Leased land, ranchers, discussions

Serby, 3040

Selections, process, 2301

Specific land claims, process, federal responsibility, 2302

Tax arrears, settlement process, 2302

Urban residents, programs, access, 2631

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

Harper, 1622-23

 

Industry and Resources Department- See also Energy and Mines Department

Engineering projects, 2645

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 705-12, 726-35, 1188-96, 1357-64, 1840-48, 1921-35, 2641-51

Allchurch, 727-34, 1926-30

Belanger, 1357-64, 1921-33

Bjornerud, 1930

D'Autremont, 734

Draude, 1192-96

Hart, 1361-64, 1842-43

Julé, 2644-45

Lautermilch, 705-12, 726-35, 1188-96, 1840-48, 2641-51

Stewart, 705-11, 2641-43, 2645-47, 2649-51

Wakefield, 1189-92, 1841-42, 1844-47

Weekes, 1841-42

Wiberg, 1357-60, 1921-25, 1931-34, 2647-49

Funding, investment programs, 1847

Responsibilities, forestry, 2647-48

Restructuring, 708-9

Restructuring, economic development, co-operative functions, 1844-46

 

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

 

Information, personal, confidential

Access

Canadian Police Information Centre, government employees- See Public service - Access to Canadian Police Information Centre

Government employees, 1515

Private investigators

Heppner, 1498

Disclosure by government employees

Hermanson, 1473, 1474-77

Government investigation, independent firm

Crofford, 1498-99

Heppner, 1498

Investigation, Privacy Commissioner

Axworthy, 1555

Heppner, 1555

RCMP investigation

Axworthy, 1498

Crofford, 1473

Remedial action

Crofford, 1475

Legislative Assembly orders Privacy Commissioner to investigate possible release of personal information by public servants and/or Crown employees, and to evaluate safeguards to protect privacy, M. (Hermanson), 1489

Protection, security, 1514-15

Crofford, 1473-74, 1476-77

Hermanson, 1473

 

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan- See also LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system

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

Axworthy, 2829

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

Axworthy, 2382

Wall, 2382

Debt, reduction, lease arrangement, Saskatchewan Government Growth Funds

Wall, 1626

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 2682

Funding, 336

International sales, numbers, travel expenditures

Heppner, 2826-27

Land titles, statutory responsibility to Minister of Justice, 652

Land titles, transactions

Axworthy, 2826

Privatization, sale to EDS

Heppner, 2827

Resignation, Fraser Nicholson, president

Axworthy, 1626

Wall, 1626

 

Information technology

Envista Technologies, Saskatoon, contract, Kuwait, member's statement

Jones, 628

Government services, EDS proposal

Budget

Heppner, 2827

Costs, containment

D'Autremont, 3024-25

Evaluation

Thomson, 2827-28, 3025

Rejection

Wall, 3039

 

Infrastructure See Municipalities - Infrastructure renewal; Rural communities - Infrastructure, concerns

 

Innovation Place, Saskatoon, 3, 403

High-tech hot spot, Time magazine, Canadian edition, member's statement

Jones, 281

Naming ceremony, Jack McFaull Building, June 5, 2002, member's statement

Jones, 1821

 

Insurance See Crop insurance; Motor vehicles - Insurance

No-fault- See Personal injury protection plan

 

Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, supplementary (2001-2002), 2636

 

Inter-jurisdictional Support Orders Act (No. 28)

First reading

Axworthy, 799

Second reading

Axworthy, 976

D'Autremont, 976

Heppner, 1267-68

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 1355-56

Brkich, 1355-56

Heppner, 1356

Third reading

Axworthy, 1357

Royal Assent, 1722

 

International Working Persons' Day See Labour force - International Working Persons' Day

 

Internet- See also CommunityNet; Education - On-line programs

Business transactions, protection, 245

Cisco Systems, Inc., training course

Crofford, 1729

Huyghebaert, 1728-29

High-speed, 139-40

Expansion, 4, 22, 67, 318, 445, 473

To Lanigan, petitions, 125, 2821

Harpauer, 91, 2770

SaskTel expansion, 64, 117-18, 119, 436 See also CommunityNet

Lampman, member's statement

Wartman, 2320

Ministerial statement (Sonntag)

Hillson, 17

Sonntag, 16

Wall, 16-17

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

Forbes, 1700-1701

 

Investment, 259

Government, losses, 118

Government projects, 117

Incentives, 67

New, key areas, 316

Opportunities, 47-48

Out-of-province, 324

Private sources, 31, 33, 63, 111, 117 See also Ethanol - Employment development, private investment

Venture capital, 268-69

Venture capital, development, member's statement

Addley, 2029

Yates, 2937

 

Investment Attraction Council, 2, 111

 

IPSCO Inc. and United Steelworkers of America, Local 5890, Collective Bargaining Agreement Act, 2002 (No. 83)

First reading

Higgins, 2972

Second reading

Higgins, 2972-73

Weekes, 2973-74

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 2974-75

Weekes, 2974-75

Third reading

Higgins, 2975

Royal Assent, 3056

 

Irrigation- See also Sewage - Effluent irrigation

Agricultural expansion, plans, 1945

Lake Kipabiskau, irrigation permit, 1945, 1951-52, 2621-22

Services, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 983

Services, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, Lake Diefenbaker, 983-84

 

IT See Information technology

 

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Jackson, Jim See Hospitals - Surgery - Post-operative care, private services, reimbursement, Jackson case

 

Jensen, Signe Margaret See Centenarians - Jensen, Signe Margaret

 

Jobs See Employment

 

Johns See Prostitution - Customers, convicted

 

Johnson, Eldon Arthur See Condolences - Johnson, Eldon Arthur

 

Journ-e internationale de la Francophonie en Saskatchewan See Francophones - Journ-e internationale de la Francophonie en Saskatchewan

 

Junior Team Canada See Business - Junior Team Canada

 

Justice Department- See also Corrections and Public Safety Department; LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system

Administrative and support services, shared with Corrections and Public Safety Department, 641

Cost savings, 642

Joint policy committee, 643

Adult corrections, relocation to Corrections and Public Safety Department, 641

Budget, land titles, 652

Dispute resolution, fees, 441

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 641-55, 1168-72, 1683-94, 2636-41

Axworthy, 641-55, 1168-72, 1683-94, 2636-40

Draude, 1685-88

Heppner, 641-47, 653-54, 2636-41

Julé, 647-51, 1168-72, 1692-94, 2639-40

Toth, 1683-85, 1688-91

Wall, 652-53, 2637-38

Estimates, supplementary (2001-2002), 2641

Maintenance Enforcement Office, 1690

Funding, staffing, 1692-93

Telephone access, 1692

Public Trustee, fees, 441

Victims Services, funding

Axworthy, 1064

Heppner, 1064-65

Victims Services, programs

Axworthy, 1065

 

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Kamsack, Sask. See Business - Expansion, Lanigan, Wynyard, Kamsack; Hospitals - Kamsack, hospital designation, services

 

Kenaston, Sask. See Theatre - Kenaston dinner theatre, annual event, Who Done it, and to Whom?

 

Kick-boxing

Competition, Schanks Athletic Club, Calgary, Jessica Reid, Hafford, trophy winner, member's statement

Weekes, 2130

 

Kids First program See Children - Early development programs - Kids First program

 

Killdeer, Sask.

See Dams - Killdeer area

 

Kipabiskau, Lake See Irrigation - Lake Kipabiskau

 

Kipling, Sask. See Municipalities - Kipling and District Veterinary Clinic, official opening; Water quality - Small communities - Infrastructure funding, Wawota, Kipling

 

Klein, Donelda See Legislative Assembly - Employees, retirement, Hansard branch, Donelda Klein

 

Knights of Columbus

Provincial convention, Family of the Year, Lautsch family, Swift Current, member's statement

Wall, 1258-59

 

Kohaly, Robert See Condolences - Kohaly, Robert

 

Kyoto Protocol See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Management, Kyoto Protocol

 

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Labour Department

Budget, increase, labour support service, 2721

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 895-901, 1365-69, 1769-74, 2719-24

Bakken, 2723-24

Draude, 897-99, 2719-20

Elhard, 901

Higgins, 895-901, 1365-69, 1769-74, 2719-24

Weekes, 896-97, 899-901, 1365-69, 1769-74, 2719, 2721-23

Mission, 895

Staff, additional, 895

 

Labour force- See also Workplace

International Working Persons' Day, May 1, 2002, member's statement

Jones, 1094-95

Skilled, lack, 31

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

Hagel, 1007-8

Higgins, 1015

McMorris, 1008

Weekes, 1015-16

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, minute of silence, 1015

Workers, unionized, 247, 249

 

Labour Standards Act See Hog industry - Labour standards, inclusion

 

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

First reading

Higgins, 1794

Second reading

D'Autremont, 2042-45

Draude, 2046

Elhard, 2278-84

Harpauer, 2037-42

Higgins, 2036-37

Hillson, 2201-2

Huyghebaert, 2465-67

Stewart, 2203-4

Weekes, 2441-42

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 2605-8

Higgins, 2605-9

Third reading

Higgins, 2609

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Labour unions See Trade unions

 

Labour-business round table, 896-97, 1369

 

Lafleche, Sask. See Nursing homes - Lafleche

 

Lake Diefenbaker See Irrigation - Services, Saskatchewan Water Corporation, Lake Diefenbaker; Lakes - Lake Diefenbaker

 

Lake Kipabiskau See Irrigation - Lake Kipabiskau

 

Lakes- See also Water - Last Mountain Lake

Lake Diefenbaker, Buffalo Pound, channel through RM of Marquis, 2626

Last Mountain Lake, dead fish, environmental concerns, 2659-61

Belanger, 1445-46

Brkich, 1445-46

Last Mountain Lake, stewardship committee, concerns, 1954-55

Brkich, 2034

Lorjé, 2034

Stewardship committees, 1955

 

LAND (Land Titles Automated Network Development) system, 51, 181, 345-46- See also Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan; Justice Department

Axworthy, 660, 974

Hillson, 973

Budget

Axworthy, 2035

Hillson, 2034-35

Wall, 660

Expansion, Saskatoon, 652

International consultancy contracts

Axworthy, 1823

International sales

Axworthy, 660-61

Hermanson, 1822

Wall, 660-61, 1823-25

Land titles

Common names, problem

Axworthy, 2689

D'Autremont, 2689-90

Original charters, 652-53

Transactions, costs

Axworthy, 687

Heppner, 689

Wall, 687

Transactions, costs, effect on Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency

Axworthy, 798

Wall, 798

Transactions, paper records

Axworthy, 688

Heppner, 688-89

Wall, 687-88

 

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

First reading

Lautermilch, 1004

Second reading

Axworthy, 1184-85

D'Autremont, 1185

Hart, 2428-29

Heppner, 1344-45

Wall, 1918-19

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 2557

Heppner, 2557

Third reading

Axworthy, 2564

Royal Assent, 2806

 

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

First reading

Lautermilch, 1004

Second reading

Axworthy, 1185-86

Hart, 2429-30

Heppner, 1345-46

Wall, 1919-21

Weekes, 1186

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Axworthy, 2557-58

Heppner, 2557-58

Third reading

Axworthy, 2564

Royal Assent, 2806

 

Langlois, Kathy See Executive Council - Cabinet Planning Unit, senior policy adviser, Kathy Langlois; Water quality - North Battleford Water Inquiry - Kathy Langlois, senior policy adviser, Cabinet Planning Unit

 

Lanigan, Sask. See Business - Expansion, Lanigan, Wynyard, Kamsack; Internet - High-speed - To Lanigan, petitions; Livestock feed industry - Pound-Maker Agventures Ltd., Lanigan

 

Last Mountain Lake See Lakes - Last Mountain Lake; Water - Last Mountain Lake

 

Lawyers

Saskatchewan bar examination, Andrea Leaman Argue, Chaplin, admittance, highest examination mark, 2002, member's statement

Stewart, 3037

 

Leader, Sask. See School divisions - Leader, dispute, resolution

 

Leaders of tomorrow program See Crown corporations - Leaders of tomorrow program

 

Learning Department

Bibliography, departmental reports, studies, reviews, 1992-2001

Toth, 2135

Commitments, programs, support, 464

Estimates, main (2002-2003), 811-21, 1308-12, 2251-60, 2665-81

Bakken, 2674-75

Draude, 813-17, 819-20, 2257-58, 2665-70, 2673-78, 2680-81

Elhard, 2670-73, 2679

Harpauer, 2252-53

Hart, 820-21, 1309-12, 2253-56, 2676-80

Huyghebaert, 1308-9, 2251-52

Krawetz, 817-19

Melenchuk, 811-21, 1308-12, 2251-60, 2665-81

Toth, 2259-60

Wakefield, 2667-68

Wiberg, 2256-57

Mandate, vision, 463-64, 812-13

Staff, reduction, 464

Vision, 464

 

Learning technologies See Workplace - National Award for Learning Technologies in the Workplace

 

Legal aid

Services, offer, public protester, Legislative Building, Regina, 2638-39

 

Legislation

Twenty-fourth legislature, third session

Hillson, 1527

Lautermilch, 1527

 

Legislative Assembly- See also Debating - Legislative Assembly, historical model

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

D'Autremont, 3056

Hillson, 3056-57

Lautermilch, 3056

Speaker, 3057

Adjournment, July 10, 2002, M. (Lautermilch)

D'Autremont, 2814-15

Hillson, 2816

Lautermilch, 2812-14

Speaker, 2816-17

Cross the floor, invitation, member's statement

Hillson, 660

Employees

Long service awards, congratulations, member's statement

Hagel, 2347

Hermanson, 2347

Retirement, Hansard branch, Donelda Klein, 2816

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

Hamilton, 1996

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

Draude, 2990

Hours of sitting

March 28, 2002 - April 2, 2002, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 286

April 29, 2002, M. (Hagel)

Hagel, 850

May 16, 2002 - May 22, 2002, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 1132-33

June 27, 2002 - July 2, 2002, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 2260

December 18, 2002, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 3001

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

Draude, 658

Officers, independent status- See Independent Officers' Remuneration (Amdt.) Act, 2002 (No. 16)

Opening ceremonies

Speaker, 7

Pages

Frederick Khonje, departure for new employment

Hagel, 2080

Wall, 2080

Introduction

Speaker, 7, 2830

Prorogation- See Lieutenant Governor

Questions

Calvert, 2134

Hermanson, 2134

Questions, matters before court

Axworthy, 2966-67

Hermanson, 2966-67

Questions, sub judice convention, interpretation, member's statement

Hermanson, 2964-65

Quorum call, 592

Recess to honour Saskatchewan Olympians, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 1761

Rosthern, speech in Assembly, April 23, 2002, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 968-69

Sergeant-at-Arms, birthday greetings, 850

Staff, commendation, 30

Twenty-fourth legislature, third session, progress, 2801-3

Calvert, 2776-77

Hermanson, 2776-77

Votes and Proceedings, printing, M. (Calvert)

Calvert, 7

 

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

First reading

Hermanson, 2136

 

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

First reading

Hermanson, 1968

 

Legislative Assembly members, 2798-2800- See also Members of the Legislative Assembly Benefits Act (No. 78)

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Gratitude, appreciation, illness and death of member, Mrs. Shirley Peters, member's statement

Weekes, 2990

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

D'Autremont, 2347

Recognition, leukemia survivor, member's statement

Hermanson, 39-40

Recognition and remembrance, member's statement

Hermanson, 2823

Remembrance, minute of silence, December 9, 2002, 2819

Vacancy, letter dated December 2, 2002

Speaker, 2830

Carrot River Valley constituency

Remembrance, minute of silence, March 18, 2003, 3059

Vacancy, 3059

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

Calvert, 2586

Julé, 2585-86

Cumberland constituency

Political life, 74-75

Retirement after twenty-fourth legislature, 70

Kindersley constituency

Gratitude to constituents for election, member's statement

Dearborn, 2824

New member, recognition, member's statement

Hermanson, 2823

Presentation

Hermanson, 2819

Speaker, 2819

Resignation

Boyd, 428

Elhard, 430

Hermanson, 428-29

Hillson, 429-30

Krawetz,