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4th Session, 24th Legislature

2003

 

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Addley, Mr. Graham (NDP, Saskatoon Sutherland)

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 374–77

Business

Power of Business Award from SaskPower, 2003, Quality Steel Inc., Saskatoon, recipient, member's statement, 208

Estimates Committee

Fourth report, M. (Addley) for concurrence, 1156

Football

Huskies team 1990, University of Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan Sports Hall of Fame, induction, June 14, 2003, member's statement, 1645–46

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Member's statement, 359–60

Honours and awards

Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal ceremony, May 1, 2003, congratulations to seven recipients, member's statement, 825

Human resources

Human Resource Technology Excellence Award, 2003, Cronus Technologies Inc., Saskatoon, recipient, member's statement, 763

Lacrosse

Senior men's field lacrosse team, national champions, 2002, junior men's field lacrosse team, national champions, 2002, member's statement, 146–47

Legislation

Amendments, Workers' Compensation Act, firefighting, occupational diseases, Provincial Emblems and Honours Act, new provincial honours, member's statement, 501

Research and development

Funding

Programs, member's statement, 296–97

Small business

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk); questions and answers, 1064

Teachers

Reunion, 50th anniversary, first graduating class of Saskatchewan Teachers' College, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1327

Tobacco

World Health Organization anti-tobacco treaty, member's statement, 1187

Trade

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership, member's statement, 1111

Team Saskatchewan, trade delegation, attendance at BIO 2003, Washington, DC, member's statement, 1773

Transportation

Transportation Week, June 1 - 7, 2003, member's statement, 1428

University of Saskatchewan

Research grants, Canada Foundation for Innovation, member's statement, 1984–85

Vimy Ridge, Battle, 1917

Anniversary, 86th, April 9, 2003, member's statement, 472

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 226–28

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1836–37

Centenarians

Swedberg, Helen, Big River, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 659

Correctional centres

Willow Cree Healing Lodge, Beardy's/Okemasis First Nation Reserve, official opening, June 25, 2003, member's statement, 1983–84

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 175, 355, 389, 471, 499, 684, 714, 734, 760, 792, 824, 853, 936, 964, 1078, 1108, 1186, 1210, 1425, 1479–80, 1588–89, 2007

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 103, 145, 205, 251, 294–95, 323, 415, 439, 579–80, 655, 904, 1013–14, 1046, 1128, 1156, 1215, 1294, 1393, 1502, 1644, 1718, 1770, 1804, 1821–22

Curling

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's and national men's teams from Saskatchewan, gold medal winners, member's statement, 252–53

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1752–58

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 43)

Second reading, 1854–55

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1991–93, 1996

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1445–47

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 744–45, 1888–89, 1912–13

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Critical habitat wildlife lands, 1810–11, 1988–89

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 1846, 1892, 1982

Tourism

Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence

Lifetime Achievement award, Clarence Martodam, Spiritwood, recipient, member's statement, 716

Training programs

Training for Excellence Awards, Saskatoon, 9th annual, June 5, 2003, member's statement, 1483

 

Atkinson, Ms. Pat (NDP, Saskatoon Nutana)

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 345–48

Business

Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) awards, 2003, member's statement, 1079–80

Child care

Child Care Week, May 25-31, 2003, member's statement, 1217

Condolences

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby), 65–66

Crown corporations

Contributions

Economic, social, recreational, General Revenue Fund, value to Saskatchewan people, M. (Van Mulligen), 465–69

Curling

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's and national men's teams from Saskatchewan, gold medal winners, member's statement, 252

Health care

Saskatoon, ranking, annual health report, Maclean's magazine, member's statement, 1590

Health Information Protection Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 28)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1441

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson), 1731–32

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1737–38

Oil industry

Oil and gas

Exploratory land sales, June 2003, member's statement, 1646

Small business

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk); questions and answers, 1064

Theatre

Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1825

Universities

Convocation, 2003, member's statement, 1267

University of Saskatchewan

Distinguished Graduate Supervisor Award, Kamiel Gabriel, 2003 recipient, member's statement, 1188

Wind power

Price, reduction, GreenPower block from SaskPower, member's statement, 442

Women

Mother's Day, May 11, 2003, recognition, member's statement, 992–93

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Saskatoon, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 857

 

 

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

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1274-76

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1704-11

Bicycles

Safety video, police constables Marcel Roy and Garth Oberkirsch, producers, Weyburn, member's statement, 793

Cattle industry

Support, 2013-14

Weyburn Livestock Exchange, new management, member's statement, 1217

Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada

Expenses, member's statement, 1847

Community Resources and Employment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 814-16

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 551, 611, 853, 1921

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 1077, 1209

Families

At risk, family support worker program, Family Place, Weyburn, 1673-74

Games

Mega bingo

Costs, local charities, 533-34

Due diligence, business plan, 395-96, 418-20

Expenditure, cabinet approval, 419-20

Expenditure, controls, 503-4

Expenditure, results, 394-95

Expenditure, total, 717, 739-40, 763

Expenditure, total, review, 717-18

Freedom of information request, 1084-85

Satellite system, 1273

Tendering process, contract, 475-77

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, 718

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, incomplete, 1351-52

Wascana Gaming, original bid amount, 763-64

Grain

Weyburn Inland Terminal, financial performance, member's statement, 325

Hairstyling

Wella Prot-g- Competition, Toronto, Courtney Stott, first place for consumer fashion, Rhea Labbee, first place for young perm, member's statement, 967

Health care

Events, Saskatoon, College of Medicine, 50th anniversary, funding announcements, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Royal University Hospital, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1930-31

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 1293, 1325, 1501-2, 1553, 1667

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 293-94

Highways, Weyburn-Big Muddy constituency

Repairs, petitions, 641, 683-84, 713, 759

Investment

Government, Assembly condemnation for continuing cover-up of financial losses in numerous business ventures, e.g., SPUDCO, mega bingo, M. (Wall), 594-99

M้tis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc.

Funds, management, 1778-79

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 1239-40

Nurses

National Nursing Week, May 12-18, 2003, member's statement, 1016

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 1239-40

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1276-77

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1639-42, 1712-15

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Annual report, tabling, 798-99

Funds, misspent by Dutch Lerat

Report, Ernst & Young, release, 1724-26

Responsibility for losses, 148-51, 179-80, 209-10, 241-42, 1594-95

Travels, persons accompanying Dutch Lerat, 209

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Payments authorized, disallowed under Casino Operating Agreement, 242

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 632-37

Tributes

Rak, Frank, Radville, estate left to community, member's statement, 1824-25

Women

Women of the Year awards, 2003, Weyburn, Quota International, SaskPower, sponsors, member's statement, 643

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 95-99

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 322, 333-36

Campgrounds

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, leased, 1083-84

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 70-71

Environment

Protection

Great Sand Hills Land Use Strategy Review Committee, meetings, public input, final report, 646-47

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 953-62, 1243-56, 1473-77, 1739-47, 1749-60

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 43)

First reading, 1598

Second reading, 1657-58

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1991-97

Health care

Centres

Ile-a-la-Crosse, multi-use facility, health care, high school, investment funding for planning, member's statement, 1848

Hockey

National Aboriginal hockey championship, 2nd annual, Akwesasne Mohawk Territory near Cornwall, Ontario, Saskatchewan team, winners, member's statement, 1187-88

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Critical habitat wildlife lands, 1810-11, 1988-89

Northern Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 566-78, 1038-44

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

First reading, 446

Second reading, 539

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1435-37

Rivers

Qu'Appelle River system

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, awareness, correspondence, 1018-19

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, working with all parties, 1851-52

Water quality

Drinking Water Compliance Report 2002, ministerial statement (Belanger), 46

Water and sewage treatment, public safety, 1989

 

Bjornerud, Mr. Bob (Saskatchewan Party, Saltcoats)

Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 9)

Second reading, 648-49

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 453-55

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 458

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 371-74

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1517-18

International panel of scientists, review, report, recommendations, 2013

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, M. (Bjornerud), 1225-27

Cities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 23)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1659-60

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 71-72

Curling

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's and national men's teams from Saskatchewan, gold medal winners, member's statement, 253

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. (Yates); amdt. (Dearborn), 1410-11

Electricity

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 777

Farm safety net, 1220-21

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 515-17, 704-6

Highways and roads

Maintenance offices

Regional, closures, downsizing, 1192

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Second reading, 1022

Legislative Assembly

Legislative reform, recognition, reforms bring Saskatchewan people closer to government, M. (Yates); amdt. (Weekes), 1074-76

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1323

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1664-65

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants

Regina, 1596, 1620-22

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 24)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1664

Points of order

Members

Personal attacks and attacks in character unacceptable, 1653

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1323

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1660

Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 15)

Second reading, 649

Telephones

Rates

Increase, rural business, 43

 

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

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 547-48

Basketball

Hoopla 2003, Winston High School senior team, Watrous, provincial 2A level, gold medalists, member's statement, 360

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 348-52

Business

Davidson and District Economic Development Board, established 2003, member's statement, 762

Canadian Armed Forces

Royal Canadian Air Force, No. 23 Elementary Flight Training School, Davidson, World War II, plaque dedication service, May 24, 2003, member's statement, 1396

Centennials

Bohrson family farm, Hanley area, member's statement, 857-58

Crop insurance

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, and viable farming practices policy review, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 11, 37

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 760, 823, 853, 904, 1127, 1452, 1615, 1644, 1769

Curling

Asham Canadian University Curling Championship, Regina, March 26-30, 2003, McIvor women's rink, Davidson, winners, member's statement, 473

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 235, 294, 439, 499, 936, 964, 1156, 1891, 1921, 1981-82

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 962, 1247-49

Fires

Outlook, malfunctioning SaskPower equipment

No refunding from SaskPower, member's statement, 906

Refund, 940, 1561

Refund, review, 1115

Government

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Promotions, member's statement, 1080-81

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 706-7

Health care

Centres

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 77, 103, 145, 991, 1108, 1186

Outlook, new integrated health care facility, funding, construction, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1624

Diabetes

Fundraising, Jillian Barber, Regina Beach, Craig Gaube, Lumsden, Team Diabetes Canada, Fire Meets Ice marathon, Reykjavik, Iceland, August 16, 2003, member's statement, 1774

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 1294, 1325-26

Highways and roads

Harbour Golf Course access roads, repairs, petitions, 2007

Highway No. 42

Condition, poor, member's statement, 2008-9

Repairs, petitions, 205, 251, 415, 471, 551-52, 611, 684, 714, 875

Hockey

Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association, senior "B" provincial title, 2003, Watrous Winterhawks, winners, member's statement, 391

Hospitals

Kindersley, maintain current level of services, current specialty services, petitions, 1804

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1169-70

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

Second reading, 652-53

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 4)

Second reading, 864-66

Small business

Machine shop, new, C & D Developments, Curtis Heinen, owner, Craik, member's statement, 530

Telephones

Cellular service

Inadequate, rural communities, member's statement, 1048

Rural installations, cost to GrainPlace FirstAgra company, Glenside, member's statement, 1924

Tributes

Sivell, Rob, Buena Vista, oil rig worker in Yemen, member's statement, 40

Volunteers

Orphanages, Romania, Brea Hainstock, Outlook, Destination Life Change program, World Vision, member's statement, 1558

Water quality

World Water Day, March 22, 2003, member's statement, 105

Water Quality Recognition Day Act (No. 202)

First reading, 912-13

 

 

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

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1274-76

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1704-11

Bicycles

Safety video, police constables Marcel Roy and Garth Oberkirsch, producers, Weyburn, member's statement, 793

Cattle industry

Support, 2013-14

Weyburn Livestock Exchange, new management, member's statement, 1217

Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada

Expenses, member's statement, 1847

Community Resources and Employment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 814-16

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 551, 611, 853, 1921

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 1077, 1209

Families

At risk, family support worker program, Family Place, Weyburn, 1673-74

Games

Mega bingo

Costs, local charities, 533-34

Due diligence, business plan, 395-96, 418-20

Expenditure, cabinet approval, 419-20

Expenditure, controls, 503-4

Expenditure, results, 394-95

Expenditure, total, 717, 739-40, 763

Expenditure, total, review, 717-18

Freedom of information request, 1084-85

Satellite system, 1273

Tendering process, contract, 475-77

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, 718

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, incomplete, 1351-52

Wascana Gaming, original bid amount, 763-64

Grain

Weyburn Inland Terminal, financial performance, member's statement, 325

Hairstyling

Wella Prot-g- Competition, Toronto, Courtney Stott, first place for consumer fashion, Rhea Labbee, first place for young perm, member's statement, 967

Health care

Events, Saskatoon, College of Medicine, 50th anniversary, funding announcements, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Royal University Hospital, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1930-31

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 1293, 1325, 1501-2, 1553, 1667

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 293-94

Highways, Weyburn-Big Muddy constituency

Repairs, petitions, 641, 683-84, 713, 759

Investment

Government, Assembly condemnation for continuing cover-up of financial losses in numerous business ventures, e.g., SPUDCO, mega bingo, M. (Wall), 594-99

M้tis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc.

Funds, management, 1778-79

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 1239-40

Nurses

National Nursing Week, May 12-18, 2003, member's statement, 1016

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 1239-40

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1276-77

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1639-42, 1712-15

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Annual report, tabling, 798-99

Funds, misspent by Dutch Lerat

Report, Ernst & Young, release, 1724-26

Responsibility for losses, 148-51, 179-80, 209-10, 241-42, 1594-95

Travels, persons accompanying Dutch Lerat, 209

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Payments authorized, disallowed under Casino Operating Agreement, 242

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 632-37

Tributes

Rak, Frank, Radville, estate left to community, member's statement, 1824-25

Women

Women of the Year awards, 2003, Weyburn, Quota International, SaskPower, sponsors, member's statement, 643

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 95-99

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 322, 333-36

Campgrounds

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, leased, 1083-84

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 70-71

Environment

Protection

Great Sand Hills Land Use Strategy Review Committee, meetings, public input, final report, 646-47

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 953-62, 1243-56, 1473-77, 1739-47, 1749-60

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 43)

First reading, 1598

Second reading, 1657-58

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1991-97

Health care

Centres

Ile-a-la-Crosse, multi-use facility, health care, high school, investment funding for planning, member's statement, 1848

Hockey

National Aboriginal hockey championship, 2nd annual, Akwesasne Mohawk Territory near Cornwall, Ontario, Saskatchewan team, winners, member's statement, 1187-88

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Critical habitat wildlife lands, 1810-11, 1988-89

Northern Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 566-78, 1038-44

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

First reading, 446

Second reading, 539

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1435-37

Rivers

Qu'Appelle River system

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, awareness, correspondence, 1018-19

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, working with all parties, 1851-52

Water quality

Drinking Water Compliance Report 2002, ministerial statement (Belanger), 46

Water and sewage treatment, public safety, 1989

 

Bjornerud, Mr. Bob (Saskatchewan Party, Saltcoats)

Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 9)

Second reading, 648-49

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 453-55

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 458

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 371-74

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1517-18

International panel of scientists, review, report, recommendations, 2013

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, M. (Bjornerud), 1225-27

Cities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 23)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1659-60

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 71-72

Curling

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's and national men's teams from Saskatchewan, gold medal winners, member's statement, 253

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. (Yates); amdt. (Dearborn), 1410-11

Electricity

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 777

Farm safety net, 1220-21

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 515-17, 704-6

Highways and roads

Maintenance offices

Regional, closures, downsizing, 1192

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Second reading, 1022

Legislative Assembly

Legislative reform, recognition, reforms bring Saskatchewan people closer to government, M. (Yates); amdt. (Weekes), 1074-76

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1323

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1664-65

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants

Regina, 1596, 1620-22

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 24)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1664

Points of order

Members

Personal attacks and attacks in character unacceptable, 1653

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1323

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1660

Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 15)

Second reading, 649

Telephones

Rates

Increase, rural business, 43

 

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

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 547-48

Basketball

Hoopla 2003, Winston High School senior team, Watrous, provincial 2A level, gold medalists, member's statement, 360

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 348-52

Business

Davidson and District Economic Development Board, established 2003, member's statement, 762

Canadian Armed Forces

Royal Canadian Air Force, No. 23 Elementary Flight Training School, Davidson, World War II, plaque dedication service, May 24, 2003, member's statement, 1396

Centennials

Bohrson family farm, Hanley area, member's statement, 857-58

Crop insurance

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, and viable farming practices policy review, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 11, 37

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 760, 823, 853, 904, 1127, 1452, 1615, 1644, 1769

Curling

Asham Canadian University Curling Championship, Regina, March 26-30, 2003, McIvor women's rink, Davidson, winners, member's statement, 473

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 235, 294, 439, 499, 936, 964, 1156, 1891, 1921, 1981-82

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 962, 1247-49

Fires

Outlook, malfunctioning SaskPower equipment

No refunding from SaskPower, member's statement, 906

Refund, 940, 1561

Refund, review, 1115

Government

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Promotions, member's statement, 1080-81

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 706-7

Health care

Centres

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 77, 103, 145, 991, 1108, 1186

Outlook, new integrated health care facility, funding, construction, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1624

Diabetes

Fundraising, Jillian Barber, Regina Beach, Craig Gaube, Lumsden, Team Diabetes Canada, Fire Meets Ice marathon, Reykjavik, Iceland, August 16, 2003, member's statement, 1774

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 1294, 1325-26

Highways and roads

Harbour Golf Course access roads, repairs, petitions, 2007

Highway No. 42

Condition, poor, member's statement, 2008-9

Repairs, petitions, 205, 251, 415, 471, 551-52, 611, 684, 714, 875

Hockey

Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association, senior "B" provincial title, 2003, Watrous Winterhawks, winners, member's statement, 391

Hospitals

Kindersley, maintain current level of services, current specialty services, petitions, 1804

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1169-70

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

Second reading, 652-53

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 4)

Second reading, 864-66

Small business

Machine shop, new, C & D Developments, Curtis Heinen, owner, Craik, member's statement, 530

Telephones

Cellular service

Inadequate, rural communities, member's statement, 1048

Rural installations, cost to GrainPlace FirstAgra company, Glenside, member's statement, 1924

Tributes

Sivell, Rob, Buena Vista, oil rig worker in Yemen, member's statement, 40

Volunteers

Orphanages, Romania, Brea Hainstock, Outlook, Destination Life Change program, World Vision, member's statement, 1558

Water quality

World Water Day, March 22, 2003, member's statement, 105

Water Quality Recognition Day Act (No. 202)

First reading, 912-13

 

 

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2003

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 228-33

Budget

Balanced, 238

Release, 110-11

Speculation, 107

By-elections

Carrot River Valley constituency, 1270

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, 1483-84

Compensation, federal-provincial package, 1618-19

Compensation, western emergency package, 1592-93

Consultations, advisory committee, 1132

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, 1348-49

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1307-8

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, federal Minister of Human Resources, Regina visit, 1648

Import ban, Japan, South Korea, 1928

Import ban, United States, 1593

Statements by Prime Minister, negative effects, United States, 1298

Condolences

Communication, M. (Calvert), 1902

MacDougall, Ian Hugh (former MLA), M. (Calvert), 1900-1901

Crown corporations

Accountability, 995-96

Accountability, profits, benefits, 1428-30

Contributions

Economy, 995

Expenditures, investments, comments, advice, former Finance minister, Janice MacKinnon, 559-60

Public ownership, public utilities, public investment, 1900

Economy

Growth, 14-15

Education

Funding, 240

Significant budget announcement, 239

Government priority, 999

Elections

General election, call, 828-29

Ethanol

Development

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, financing, 996-98, 1301

Broe Companies, Inc., government financial commitment, 831

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1931-69

Government

Bankruptcy, 1980s, Minding the Public Purse by Janice MacKinnon, 213

Credit rating, 239

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, 1082

Promotions, 1019-21

Priorities, 446

Government expenditures

Debt per capita, 239

Indians/First Nations

Full participation in economy/society, 151-52

Treaty land entitlements

Lease renewal, Crown grazing land, southwest Saskatchewan, 45

Iraq War, 2003

Canadian policy

Foreign policy separate from trade policy, 619-20

Legislative Assembly

Votes and Proceedings, printing, M. (Calvert), 8-9

Legislative Assembly members

Saskatoon Fairview constituency

Presentation, 20

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants

Criticism, 255

Natural gas

Rates

Increase, rate review panel process, 829-30

Potato industry

Losses, government

Minister responsible, public apology, 16

Pro Forma Bill

First reading, 8

Public service

Sexual harassment policy

Ministers' offices, 1811

Review, Murdoch Carriere case, 363-64

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case

Deputy Minister Terry Scott, harassment policy decision, 659-60

Deputy Minister Terry Scott, review, 536

Due process, firing, 328-29

Speech from the Throne

Consideration, March 19, 2003, M. (Calvert), 8

Water quality

Sewage treatment plant, North Battleford, funding, 506-7

 

Cline, Hon. Eric (NDP, Saskatoon Mount Royal; Minister of Justice and Attorney General; Minister of Industry and Resources)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 158-61

Children

Prostitution, protection, 1401

Condolences

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby), 63-64

Condominium Property Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1035-37

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1465-71

Third reading, 1473

Coroners Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 16)

First reading, 478

Second reading, 564-65

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1520-21

Third reading, 1521

Crown corporations

Expenditures, investments, comments, advice, former Finance minister, Janice MacKinnon, 559

Sale, privatization, allegation, 558

Economy

Growth, 178-79, 1163-64, 1925-26

Government

Credit rating, 1272-73

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, 1081-82

Performance, 2010-11

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 840-46, 1098-1106, 1686-93

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Land titles, automated

Expenditures, 557-58, 582-83, 586-87, 942

Legal land descriptions, 585-86

Status, 1459

Writs of execution, 583-84

Writs, common names, 584-85

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 692-703, 886-95, 1529-43

Justice, administration

Lawrence Wegner death, investigation, 615-16

Wrongful accusations, justice process, matters before courts, 1133-35

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

First reading, 478

Second reading, 565

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1633-35

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson), 1735-36

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1736-37

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1471-73

Third reading, 1473

Pawned Property (Recording) Act (No. 30)

Second reading, 1281-82

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1635-39

Police services

Officers, additional, 1399-1400

Prince Albert Police Commission, suspensions, mayor, chief of police, senior civic officials, internal investigation, 258

Population

Out-migration, 1925

Lowest level in last four years, 178

Public service

Sexual harassment policy

Murdoch Carriere case, civil lawsuit, 363

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case

RCMP investigation, 300-301

Saskatchewan Forest Centre, Prince Albert

Construction project

Building location, downtown Prince Albert

Revitalization, 882

Consultant's report, government action, 858-59

Funding, 860

Proceed as planned, ministerial statement (Cline), 1137

Review, deputy minister, Industry and Resources Dept., 880-81, 883

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Funds, misspent by Dutch Lerat

Fraud, no evidence, 149

Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 15)

First reading, 478

Second reading, 563-64

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1461-65

Third reading, 1473

Saskatchewan Research Council

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1363-66

Securities

Regulations, changes, ministerial statement (Cline), 2015

Sexual offenders

Registry, national, legislation, 1457-58

 

Crofford, Hon. Joanne (NDP, Regina Centre; Minister of Culture, Youth and Recreation; Provincial Secretary)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 118-22

Art/Artists

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, 12th annual, member's statement, 1130

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 266-70

Centennials

Provincial, funding, Celebrating Community centennial grant program and centennial facilities grant program, ministerial statement (Crofford), 620

Community Initiatives Fund

Transfer to General Revenue Fund, 535

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 676-81, 895-902, 1855-63

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

First reading, 1000

Second reading, 1097

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1695-97

Film industry

Minds Eye Pictures, 908

Sound stage, Regina

Funding, 1486-87

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1202

Health care

Scleroderma, luncheon, Regina, June 7, 2003, member's statement, 1483

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 19)

First reading, 507

Second reading, 621-22

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 949-51

Third reading, 952

Provincial Youth Advisory Committee

Official launch, May 3, 2003, ministerial statement (Crofford), 884

Public service

Sexual harassment policy

Application, comprehension, 393

Murdoch Carriere case, responsibility for decisions, 392

Zero tolerance, investigation process, 298-300

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case

Firing, 361-62

Government car and cellphone, 535-36

Independent investigator, report to Environment minister and minister responsible for Public Service Commission, 326

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1147-53

Royal family

Earl of Wessex, provincial visit, June 18-23, 2003, itinerary, ministerial statement (Crofford), 912

War memorials

Juno Beach Centre, Canadian World War II memorial

Costs, Saskatchewan contribution, 1111

Youth

Century Festival, Connaught School, Youth Week celebration, member's statement, 966-67

 

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 233

Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 9)

Second reading, 562

Agriculture

Alameda Agricultural Society Fair, June 14, 2003, goat milking contest, member's statement, 1670

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1840-43

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1333-36

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 402-6

By-elections

Carrot River Valley constituency, 1270

Government advertising, by-election campaign, 1926-27

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1312-14

Statements by Prime Minister, negative effects, United States, 1297-98

Centennials

Regina, June 19, 2003, member's statement, 1773

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

Second reading, 480-81

Cities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 23)

Second reading, 1089-90

Condolences

MacDougall, Ian Hugh (former MLA), M. (Calvert), 1902

Condominium Property Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1144-45

Crown corporations

Investments

Out-of-province, losses, 1111-13

Divisions (Recorded votes)

House adjournment, M. (D'Autremont), 302

Electricity

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall), 773-74

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 777

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 43)

Second reading, 1658

Fundraising

Oxbow, fundraising for golf course; Alida, fundraising for hockey rink, member's statement, 1894

Government

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Budget, 1081-82

Premier and cabinet, Assembly expresses its non-confidence, M. (Toth); amdt. (Yates), 922-30

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 514

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 293

Highway No. 8

Condition, poor, 1487-88

Information Technology Office

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1338-44

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1819

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Second reading, 565-66

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1527-28

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment

April 1, 2003, M. (D'Autremont), 302

Adjournment, June 27, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 2022-23

Internship program, recognition of interns, member's statement, 2010

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 20)

Second reading, 947-48

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1283

Legislative Assembly members

Leave of absence to attend CPA Wilton Park Conference, June 9 - 13, 2003, Wilton Park, England, M. (D'Autremont), 1435

Livestock feed industry

Feedlots, Redvers Co-op, development attempt, member's statement, 737

Mining industry

Mines Regulations 2003, health and safety protection, ministerial statement (Higgins), 1224

Miscellaneous Statutes (Security Management) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 32)

Second reading, 1119

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1737

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1121

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 24)

Second reading, 1090-91

Occupational Therapists Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 7)

Second reading, 511

Pawned Property (Recording) Act (No. 30)

Second reading, 1282-83

Personal Care Homes Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 25)

Second reading, 973-74

Podiatry Act (No. 6)

Second reading, 510

Points of order

Bills, amendment, debate, relevance, 834-35

Debate

On matters in hand not on personal attacks, 423

Use of the word "misled," 560

Members

Use of members' names in speeches not permitted, using members' names in quotation permitted, 26

Oral question period, correspondence, departmental public documents, if quoted by a minister must be tabled on request, 1116

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 19)

Second reading, 622-23

Public Accounts Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 1292

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 14)

Second reading, 512

Royal family

Earl of Wessex, provincial visit, June 18-23, 2003, itinerary, ministerial statement (Crofford), 912

Rules and Procedures Committee

Membership, substitution, M. (D'Autremont), 60

Practices and rules recommended by Third Report and adopted by Legislative Assembly, April 3, 2003, be implemented first sitting day of next session of Legislative Assembly, M. (Thomson), 1655-56

Third report, M. (Thomson) for concurrence, 356-57

Saskatchewan 4-H Foundation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 10)

Second reading, 538-39

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1385-92

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 5)

Second reading, 485

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 41)

Second reading, 1093

Women

Catholic Women's League of Canada, Saskatchewan Provincial Council, 55th annual convention, June 2, 2003, member's statement, 1426-27

 

Dearborn, Mr. Jason (Saskatchewan Party, Kindersley)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 168-71

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 456-57

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457-58

Anniversaries

Wedding

65 years, Clayton and Millan Jaeger, Kindersley, member's statement, 1505

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 313-16

Child care

Additional spaces

Largest expansion in provincial history, enabling full participation in economy and social life, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (Toth), 786-89

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 439, 551, 713-14, 791, 963-64, 1078

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 900-902

Curling

Saskatchewan men's team, gold medal winners, Canada Winter Games, 2003, member's statement, 79

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. (Yates); amdt. (Dearborn), 1405-6

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. Yates); amdt. (Dearborn); questions and answers, 1411-12

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1198-99

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1493-97

Health Information Protection Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 28)

Second reading, 1170-71

Hockey

American Hockey League, Eddie Shore Award, Curtis Murphy, Kerrobert, recipient, member's statement, 1187

Holocaust Memorial Day

April 29, 2003, member's statement, 761

Hospitals

Kindersley, maintain current level of services, current specialty services, petitions, 760, 823, 875, 903, 991, 1013, 1045-46, 1108, 1155-56, 1209, 1265, 1293-94, 1345, 1393, 1588, 1616, 1769, 1845, 1981, 2006

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Land titles, automated

Writs, common names, 584-85

Iraq War, 2003

Baghdad, liberation, continuing conflict, member's statement, 473-74

Canadian policy

Remarks to Economic Club of Toronto, Paul Cellucci, American ambassador to Canada, March 25, 2003, member's statement, 176

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 728-30

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Second reading, 945-47

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1633-35

Livestock industry

Saskatchewan Whitetail and Mule Deer Producers Association, convention, March 28-30, 2003, Saskatoon, member's statement, 297

Music

Country gospel singer, Lorraine Hartsook, Eston, international artist, recognition, member's statement, 147

Folk-country, Jack Humeny, composer, performer, member's statement, 79-80

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1280-81

Property tax

Education tax

Off-load to local tax base, harmful to provincial competitiveness and to economic growth, M. (Draude), 1575-86

Public Service Commission

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1147-53

School divisions

Negative grant divisions, reinstate isolated schools grants, stop rural discrimination, petitions, 734, 1127

Schools

Major School, stay closure until Rural Revitalization and Education Depts. compile plan on uniform front for rural Saskatchewan, petitions, 251, 294, 935

Rural, retain, example of Denzil community, petitions, 1185, 1425, 1554, 1717-18, 1821, 1921

Students

Chancellors' Scholarship, University of Saskatchewan, Alana Ormsby, Eston Composite School, recipient, member's statement, 1016-17

Science fairs

Regional, Sean Hillacre and Megan Olivier, grade 7, Westberry School, Kindersley, advance to Canada-Wide Science Fair, Calgary, member's statement, 360-61

Telephones

Cellular service

Phone tower, new, Coleville, petitions, 1451-52, 1502, 1643-44, 1803-4

University of Saskatchewan

Graduate, Darin White, Kindersley, awards, member's statement, 1646

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 18)

Second reading, 801-2

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Women of Distinction awards, Lori Besplug, nominated, business and trades category, member's statement, 993

 

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

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 302-5

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

Second reading, 862-64

Children

Child Find Saskatchewan Green Ribbon of Hope campaign, member's statement, 1213

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 69-70

Coroners Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 16)

Second reading, 649-50

Crop insurance

Rainfall, excessive, RM of Sasman No. 336, 911

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 853, 875

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 678-80

Education

National and provincial performance standards, mathematics, writing skills, poor student scores, 1809

Operating costs, increase, provincial support, 240

Farm machinery industry

Valley Systems company, Wadena, custom-designed products, member's statement, 325

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

One Voice: Shared Vision, conference, sponsored by Human Resources Development Canada, member's statement, 1131

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1696

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 872-73

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1180-82

Highways and roads

Highway No. 23

Condition, poor, 1486

Repairs, petitions, 1845, 1892, 1921, 2005

Highway No. 49

Repairs, petitions, 611, 641, 683, 903, 1209, 1215, 1265, 1293, 1325, 1425, 1451, 1479, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1615, 1667, 1981

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 748-50

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 891-94

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1006-8

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 752-56, 985-90, 1257-63, 1521-22, 1525-26, 1867-69, 1975-76

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 432-36

Poetry

International Poet of the Year, 2003, Kayla Chorney, Kelvington-Wadena constituency, nomination, member's statement, 1924-25

Property tax

Education tax

Increase, 967-68, 998-99

Off-load to local tax base, harmful to provincial competitiveness and to economic growth, M. (Draude), 1564-75

Reduction, 239

Reduction, petitions, 551, 579, 713, 733, 759, 823, 963, 991, 1077, 1107, 1127, 1155, 1185, 1643, 1803

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 432-36

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case

Deputy Minister Terry Scott, harassment policy decision, 659

Recycling industry

Naicam, development, volunteer-run thrift store, mandate expansion, member's statement, 1618

Schools

Capital funding, block capital projects valued under $500,000, approvals, ministerial statement (Junor), 1597-98

Safety Patrol Week, April 28 - May 3, 2003, member's statement, 856

Snowmobiling

Western Drag Racing Championship, March 2003, Montreal Lake, Mark Olson, Wadena, overall champion, member's statement, 440

Students

Mathematics, grade 8, Naicam, correction of brainteaser math fact on Nestl- Canada Smarties box, member's statement, 966

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 5)

Second reading, 630-31

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 977-78

Telephones

Rural installations, cost, 1852-53

Weather

Observation, Ray Engemoen, Paswegin, Environment Canada award, national recognition, member's statement, 1806

World War, 1939-1945

D-Day campaign, Normandy, France, June 6, 1944, remembrance, member's statement, 1481

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

Second reading, 1315-16

 

 

E

 

Eagles, Ms. Doreen (Saskatchewan Party, Estevan)

4-H

Southeast Regional 4-H public speak-off competition, Estevan, April 12, 2003, member's statement, 555

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 220-23

Administrative Professionals Day, April 23, 2003

Member's statement, 657-58

Baseball

Bob Burns, Estevan, inductee, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, August 15, 2003, member's statement, 1186

Churches

St. Luke's Lutheran, Woodley, 90th anniversary, June 8, 2003, member's statement, 1559

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 733, 963, 1077, 1717

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 676-78, 681, 896-99, 1855-58, 1862-63

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1695-96

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1177-78

Highways and roads

Highway No. 47, South

Condition, poor, 1649-50

Repairs, petitions, 103, 251, 293, 323, 355, 389, 439, 471, 499, 529, 551, 579, 611, 641, 655, 683, 713, 759, 853, 875, 903, 935, 1107-8, 1127, 1155, 1185, 1209, 1293, 1325, 1345, 1393, 1451, 1501, 1553, 1587-88, 1615, 1643, 1667, 1769, 1821, 1845, 1921, 2006

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 672-74

Hockey

Saskatchewan Hockey Association Midget AA Championship, March 23, 2003, Estevan Bordertown Bruins, winners, member's statement, 207

Music

Benefit concert for Craig family, Estevan, Estevan Comprehensive School, May 15, 2003, member's statement, 1110

Oil industry

Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show, Weyburn, June 4-5, 2003, inductees into Saskatchewan Oil Patch Hall of Fame, member's statement, 1453-54

Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 19)

Second reading, 721-23

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 950-51

Provincial Youth Advisory Committee

Official launch, May 3, 2003, ministerial statement (Crofford), 885

Sports

Estevan Bruins sportsman's dinner and auction, 11th annual, Estevan, March 29, 2003, member's statement, 326

Students

Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2003, provincial finals, Estevan participants, member's statement, 237

Volunteers

National Volunteer Week, April 27 - May 3, 2003, member's statement, 715

Women

Women of Today awards, fundraising luncheon, Estevan, April 30, 2003, member's statement, 856

Youth

International Youth Week, member's statement, 879-80

 

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

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 811-14, 1371-78

Baseball

Achievements, Amanda Bacsu, Kirk Bascu, Maple Creek students, member's statement, 441

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 308-11

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Member's statement, 1347-48

Centennials

Maple Creek, April 30, 2003, member's statement, 825

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 439, 551, 655, 683, 935, 1325, 1345, 1393, 1425, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1643

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 103, 145, 175, 205, 235, 251, 293, 323, 355, 389, 415, 579, 713, 733, 791, 903, 963, 991, 1013, 1045, 1077, 1107, 1127, 1155, 1185, 1265, 1293, 1615, 1891

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1934-35

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Initiatives, SaskPower, Crown corporations, creation and maintenance of cleaner environment, urge continued expansion, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Weekes), 1424

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1448-49, 1612-13

Highways and roads

Highway No. 49

Repairs, petitions, 2005

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1765-67

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Lease renewal, Crown grazing land, southwest Saskatchewan, 18-19, 152-53

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Second reading, 1193-96

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 756-57, 979-85, 1366-70, 1522-24, 1863-67, 1870-71, 1970-74

Music

Frenchman River Valley Gospel Music Jamboree, 12th annual, member's statement, 1848-49

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1201-2

Rodeo

Coyote, bucking horse, retirement, nomination to Rodeo Hall of Fame, member's statement, 1617

Students

Shooting for Gold essay contest, Esso Canada sponsor, Cody Reamer, grade 6, Consul School, in top five, member's statement, 1268

Universities

Convocation, 2003, member's statement, 1296

Villages and communities

Cypress Hills constituency, Hazlet, 75th anniversary, Abbey, 90th anniversary, Rural Municipality of Pittville, 90th anniversary, member's statement, 1720

Volunteers

Young people, Katimavik program, Eastend, member's statement, 177-78

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

Second reading, 1023-26

 

 

F

 

Forbes, Mr. David (NDP, Saskatoon Idylwyld)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 112-15

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 339-42

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 2003, member's statement, 78-79

Education

World Catholic Education Day, May 29, 2003, member's statement, 1296

Emergency medical services

Providers, recognition, member's statement, 148

Football

Huskies team, University of Saskatchewan, fundraising function, May 2, 2003, member's statement, 879

Government

Accomplishments, health care, social services, education, member's statement, 2009

Indians/First Nations

Aboriginal Employment Development Program

Partnership agreements, member's statement, 325

Investment

Government, Assembly condemnation for continuing cover-up of financial losses in numerous business ventures, e.g., SPUDCO, mega bingo, M. (Wall), 599-602

Legislative Assembly

Legislative reform, recognition, reforms bring Saskatchewan people closer to government, M. (Yates); amdt. (Weekes), 1069-73

Municipalities

Infrastructure

Funding, member's statement, 392

Music

SaskTel Saskatchewan Jazz Festival, Saskatoon, 17th annual, member's statement, 1847

Schools

Community schools

Westmount Community School, Saskatoon, 90th anniversary celebrations, May 2, 2003, member's statement, 1047-48

Teachers

Collective bargaining, British Columbia, concerns, member's statement, 554

Saskatchewan Teachers' Federation, Arbos Awards, Sharon Armstrong and Doug Willard, recipients, member's statement, 793-94

Volunteers

Saskatchewan voluntary sector initiative, working groups, establishment, member's statement, 614

 

 

G

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 155-58

Anniversaries

Wedding

72 years, Gordon and Edith Taylor, Melfort, member's statement, 236

Cadets

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

171 Melfort Squadron, 60th anniversary celebrations, member's statement, 1558

Canada health council

Establishment, provincial support, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1302-3

Canadian Cancer Society

National recognition service award, Radio CJVR Ltd., Melfort, recipient, member's statement, 1159

Centenarians

Rolph, Nettie, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 736

Churches

All Saints Anglican, Melfort, 100th anniversary, 2003, member's statement, 390

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 75-76

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Coverage, expansion, diabetic supplies, specialized nutritional products, ministerial statement (Nilson), 832

Health care

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 733, 759, 791, 823, 853, 903, 935, 963, 1045, 1077, 1107, 1127, 1155, 1185, 1209, 1215, 1265, 1293, 1393, 1425, 1451, 1479, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1643, 1717, 1769, 1803

Severe acute respiratory syndrome, monitoring, contingency plans, 210-11

Telehealth Saskatchewan, expansion, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1434-35

West Nile virus

Mosquito control program, funding, 211

World Health Day, April 7, 2003, member's statement, 416-17

Health care professionals

Legislation

Paramedics, 1455-56

Shortage, 618

Health care workers

Shortage, high injury rate, 1398-99

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 521-27, 1175-77, 1602-10

Health Information Protection Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 28)

Second reading, 1322-23

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1437-41

Highways and roads

Highway No. 15

Condition, poor, 1486

Hospitals

Emergency departments, staffing, 617-18

Long-term care

Facilities, Melfort, Parkland Place, fundraising, Coming Home Campaign, member's statement, 147

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 436

Nurses

Shortage

Measures to address, 968-69

Occupational Therapists Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 7)

Second reading, 723

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 976

Personal Care Homes Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 25)

Second reading, 1097-98

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1171-73

Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 22)

Second reading, 1098

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1173-74

Physicians/Doctors

Contract negotiations, 938

Contract negotiations, resumption, 1081

Patient records, confidentiality, legal requirements, 616-17

Recruitment, retention, 939

Podiatry Act (No. 6)

Second reading, 723

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 974-75

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 579

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 436

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 14)

Second reading, 724

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 976-77

Senior citizens

Provincial Policy Framework and Action Plan for Older Persons, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1489

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Accreditation, retention, funding, 393-94, 421

Accreditation, retention, renewal plan, ministerial statement (Junor), 1461

 

Goulet, Mr. Keith (NDP, Cumberland)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 20-30

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 305-8

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 75

Curling

National Aboriginal Curling Championships, Saskatoon, 2003, Saskatchewan rinks, successes, member's statement, 826

Discrimination and racism

Jim Pankiw, Member of Parliament, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1557-58

Film industry

ACTRA Award of Excellence, Gordon Tootoosis, recipient, Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, member's statement, 1213

Health care

Centres

Cumberland House, planning and evaluation project, funding, member's statement, 658-59

Diabetes

Fundraising, women paddling voyageur canoes, Cumberland House to The Pas, member's statement, 1504

Indians/First Nations

National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, 10th annual, three Saskatchewan recipients, member's statement, 502-3

National Aboriginal Day, June 21, 2003, member's statement, 1823-24

Treaty land entitlements

Land claim settlement, Kahkewistahaw First Nation, member's statement, 2008

Insurance

Foundation for the Future program, Insurance Bureau of Canada, La Ronge, recipient for forest fire management program, member's statement, 1268

Legislative Assembly members

Cumberland constituency, personal, member's statement, 2016-18

M้tis

National M้tis Youth Role Model awards, 2003, four Saskatchewan recipients, member's statement, 1296-97

Morel mushrooms

Wholesale business, Kitsaki Meats, La Ronge, member's statement, 1617

Northern Saskatchewan

Government strategy, member's statement, 361

Nurses

Northern Saskatchewan, training program

Additional seats, funding, member's statement, 177

Veterans

World War II, Solomon Goulet, Cumberland, recognition by Belgium, member's statement, 1326

 

 

H

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 165-68

Agricultural Safety Net Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 36)

Third reading, 1715

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

Third reading, 1715

Authors

Saskatchewan Festival of Words, 7th annual, July 24-27, 2003, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 555

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 311-13

Burrowing owl

Burrowing Owl Interpretative Centre, Moose Jaw, financial difficulties, donations, member's statement, 1670-71

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, transmittal, M. (Hagel), 1519

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, transmittal, M. (Hagel), 1314-15

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

First reading, 111

Second reading, 478-80

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1288-92

Third reading, 1292

Child care

Additional spaces

Child Care Saskatchewan plan, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1224-25

Multilateral Framework on Early Learning and Child Care, provincial and federal government funding agreement, ministerial statement (Hagel), 213

Subsidies, increase, June 1, 2003, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1353

Children

Prostitution, protection, 1400-1401

Community Resources and Employment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 485, 487-92, 814-21, 1284-88, 1676-86, 1875-85

Crop Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 37)

Third reading, 1715

Families

At risk, family support worker program, Family Place, Weyburn, 1673-74

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 38)

Third reading, 1715

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

Third reading, 1715

Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 43)

Third reading, 1997

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2003, member's statement, 735

Legislative Assembly

Hours of sitting

June 19, 2003, M. (Hagel), 1781

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 20)

First reading, 833

Second reading, 947

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1283

Third reading, 1283

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 11)

Third reading, 1715

Music

Kinsmen International Band and Choral Festival, 54th annual, Moose Jaw, member's statement, 1109

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

Second reading, 1120-21

Points of order

Bills, amendment, debate, relevance, 834, 838-39

Debate

On matters in hand not on personal attacks, 423

Use of the word "misled," 560

Members

Personal attacks and attacks in character unacceptable, 1624

Use of members' names in speeches not permitted, using members' names in quotation permitted, 26

Oral question period, correspondence, departmental public documents, if quoted by a minister must be tabled on request, 1106, 1117

Rules and Procedures Committee

Practices and rules recommended by Third Report and adopted by Legislative Assembly, April 3, 2003, be implemented first sitting day of next session of Legislative Assembly, M. (Thomson), 1654-55

Tourism

Moose Jaw Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, profits 2002, member's statement, 1217

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 18)

Third reading, 952

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 30-36

Agriculture

Issues, Saskatchewan Party knowledge, member's statement, 106

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 398-402

Business

London Drugs, east Regina, ribbon-cutting ceremony, April 1, 2003, member's statement, 325-26

Western Aboriginal Business Summit, conference, trade show, March 24-26, 2003, Saskatoon, member's statement, 147

Child care

Additional spaces

Largest expansion in provincial history, enabling full participation in economy and social life, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (Toth), 778-81

Provincial and federal government funding agreement, member's statement, 253

Curling

World Senior Women's Curling Championships, 2003, Nancy Kerr rink, and Senior Men's, Edmonton rink, gold medallists, member's statement, 440

Education

Curriculum

Social studies, grade 4, interactive Web site, awards, member's statement, 1719-20

Emergency medical services

Emergency Medical Services Week, May 18-24, 2003, member's statement, 1160

Emergency Medical Services Week, May 18-24, 2003, Stars of Life awards, Governor General medals for exemplary service, member's statement, 1130-31

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Clean Air Day, June 4, 2003, anti-idling campaign announcement at W.S. Hawryluk School, Regina, member's statement, 1454

Immigration

Immigrants, Saskatchewan Business magazine, member's statement, 237

Internet, high-speed

Expansion

Rural Saskatchewan, SaskTel, member's statement, 687

Libraries

International Special Librarians Day, member's statement, 501

Music

Guitarist, Bob Evans, third best guitar picker, National Fingerpicking Championships, Winfield, Kansas, member's statement, 966

Saskatchewan Express, summer 2003 launch, Centre of the Arts, Regina, SaskPower donation, member's statement, 1618

Sports

Regina Highland Games, May 17, 2003, member's statement, 1110

Volunteers

National Volunteer Week, April 27 - May 3, 2003, member's statement, 736

White City Order of Recognition awards, member's statement, 614-15

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Women of Distinction awards, member's statement, 856

 

Harpauer, Ms. Donna (Saskatchewan Party, Watrous)

Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 9)

Second reading, 802-4

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1003-5

Agricultural Safety Net Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1317-18

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1698-1701

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Agreement of implementation, commitment, 181

Expression of intent, signed, 180-81

Provincial funding, 241

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 447-49

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457

Western Canada Farm Progress Show, Regina, June 18-20, 2003, member's statement, 1806

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 540-44, 548-49, 807-10, 1378-85, 1830-31, 1837-38, 1844, 1873-74

Funding, increase, 241

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 342-45

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, 1397

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1514-16

Compensation, federal-provincial package, 1721-22, 1928-29

Compensation, federal-provincial package, details, 1774-77

Compensation, western emergency package, 1559-60

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1310-11

Farms, quarantine, 1189

Impact, interprovincial trade, 1298-99

Import ban, Japan, South Korea, 1777, 1850, 1928

Import ban, United States, 1397-98

Import ban, United States, removal, 1722, 1849-50

Standing Committee on Agriculture, monitor issues, regular meetings in July 2003, report to Assembly on August 5, 2003, M. (Stewart), 1904-8

Tracing, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, 1188-89

Tracing, eradication, assistance to Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Alberta, ministerial statement (Serby), 1136-37

Centenarians

Rathje, Anna, Allan district, 105th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 41

Crop insurance

Grasshopper control, 1827-29

Premiums

Increase, 42-43

Surcharge, 909-10

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 471, 875, 1107

Crop Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1318-19

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1701-2

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 415

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. Yates); amdt. (Dearborn); questions and answers, 1411

Ethanol

Development

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, financing, 764-65

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 38)

Second reading, 1319-20

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1702-4

Fundraising

Kids Help Phone, SGI CANADA Charity Road Race, 4th annual, member's statement, 1347

Highways and roads

Highway No. 20

Repairs, Nokomis to Strasbourg, petitions, 1265, 1293, 1345, 1393, 1426, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1615, 1667, 1717

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 750

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Land titles, automated

Legal land descriptions, 585

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1526-27

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 435

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 759

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 435

Saskatchewan 4-H Foundation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 10)

Second reading, 724-25

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1003

 

Harper, Mr. Ron (NDP, Regina Northeast)

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 72

Culture

Mosaic, Regina, 36th annual multicultural festival, member's statement, 1455

Electricity

Deregulation and privatization, including SaskPower, will not be allowed, petitions, 1554, 1587, 1667, 1821

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall), 769-71

Investment

Government, Assembly condemnation for continuing cover-up of financial losses in numerous business ventures, e.g., SPUDCO, mega bingo, M. (Wall), 602-5

Trade unions

John MacLeod, retirement, member's statement, 1213-14

 

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

Agricultural Safety Net Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1139-40

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 449-50

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457-58

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 804-7, 1831-36

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 282-83, 285-87

Centenarians

Mlazgar, Anna, Cupar and District Nursing Home, 104th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 1557

Community Resources and Employment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1682-84

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 680, 899-900

Curling

Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association, Boys Curling Championship, March 6-8, 2003, Strasbourg, hosts, member's statement, 106

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

Steven Laycock rink, honoured by Wynyard, member's statement, 794-95

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1249-50

Highways and roads

Highway No. 22

Repairs, petitions, 294, 389, 439, 552, 579, 612, 641, 655, 684, 714, 734, 760, 791, 822-23, 876, 936, 964, 1013, 1046, 1078, 1128, 1156, 1209-10, 1265-66, 1554, 1616, 1769

Maintenance offices

Regional, closures, downsizing, 1051-52

Speed limit sign, Highways and Transportation Dept., sold at Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Saskatchewan garage sale, 1675-76

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 667-72, 676, 743, 751, 846-50, 1543-44, 1548-49, 1885-88, 1912-18

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1101-3

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 694-95, 894-95, 1542-43

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 436-37

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 436-37

Rivers

Qu'Appelle River system

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, 1851-52

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, petitions, 1588, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1804, 1821, 1846, 1891-92, 1922, 2007

Transportation

National Transportation Week, May 28 - June 6, 2003, member's statement, 1267-68

 

Heppner, Mr. Ben (Saskatchewan Party, Rosthern)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 115-18

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1333

Buildings

Legislative Building, Regina

Outside front handrails, deterioration, member's statement, 736-37

Coroners Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 16)

Second reading, 836-37

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1520-21

Correctional centres

Regina

Conditions poor, early release, two convicted drug dealers, 1135

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. (Yates); amdt. (Dearborn), 1406-8

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1759

Families

Adrian, Heinrich and Gertrude, settlers from Russia, 110th anniversary, May 4, 2003, member's statement, 879

Games

Mega bingo

Tendering process, contract, 443-44

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 294

Speed limit, increase

Divided highways, member's statement, 531-32

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 745-48

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 692-93, 1539-42

Justice, administration

Lawrence Wegner death, investigation, 615

Valley-West Community Justice Committee, inauguration, April 14, 2003, member's statement, 614

Wrongful accusations, mismanagement, apologies, compensation, 1133-35

Miscellaneous Statutes (Security Management) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 2) (No. 33)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1601

Miscellaneous Statutes (Security Management) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 32)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1598-1600

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson), 1727-29

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1737-38

Motor vehicles

Theft, Regina, police services, additional officers, 1399

Points of order

Bill, Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003, debate, relevance, 1790

Bills, amendment, debate, relevance, 839

First Nations University of Canada, official opening celebrations, attendance, Saskatchewan Party, 1854

Members

Personal attacks and attacks in character unacceptable, 1624

Police services

Officers, additional, 1399-1400

Prince Albert Police Commission, suspensions, mayor, chief of police, senior civic officials, internal investigation, 258

Regional colleges

Prairie West Regional College, Warman, graduation, May 29, 2003, member's statement, 1328

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1336-38

Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 15)

Second reading, 833-36

Seager Wheeler Maple Grove Farm

Seeding demonstration, in memory of Larry Janzen, member's statement, 1347

Tributes

Janzen, Larry, teacher, wrestling and football coach, seed grower, died April 5, 2003, member's statement, 501-2

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

Second reading, 627-30

 

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

4-H

Kyle Multiple 4-H Club, Achievement Day, June 7, 2003, member's statement, 1504

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 47-52

Agriculture

Funding, 255

Budget

Leak

Early tabling, 108

Newspapers, 106-7

Resignation call, Minister of Finance, 107

Reaction, negative and positive, 254, 256

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Canadian Food Inspection Agency, criticism, federal Member of Parliament, 1620

Compensation, 1350, 1483-84, 1507

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1511-13

Compensation, federal-provincial package, 1618-19, 1671-72

Compensation, federal-provincial package, administration, 1825-27

Compensation, western emergency package, 1592-93

Consultations, advisory committee, 1132

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, 1348-49

Impact, Ontario position to ban western Canadian beef, 1328-31

Impact, Ontario position to ban western Canadian beef, M. (Hermanson), 1333

Import ban, United States, 1160, 1332, 1349, 1593

Import ban, United States, other countries, 1218-20

Import ban, United States, removal, 1506, 1672-73, 1827

Investigation, assistance, 1132

Issues, Standing Committee on Agriculture, regular meetings, 1895-96

Link to chronic wasting disease, transmittal concerns, 1161

Tracing, eradication, assistance to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, 1160-61

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, M. (Bjornerud), 1227-28

Centennials

Provincial, funding, Celebrating Community centennial grant program and centennial facilities grant program, ministerial statement (Crofford), 620

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 66-67

MacDougall, Ian Hugh (former MLA), M. (Calvert), 1901

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 579, 611, 641, 683, 733, 759, 791

Crown corporations

Investments

Losses, accountability, 1428-30

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Advisory committee, creation, authorization, 1985-86

Curling

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's and national men's teams from Saskatchewan, continued success, member's statement, 105

Elections

General election, call, 1987, 2015

Quebec, Liberal Party majority, first minister-elect Jean Charest, congratulations, member's statement, 580-81

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1931-34, 1936-67

Farm families

Support, new initiatives, 41-42

Games

Mega bingo

Expenditure, cabinet approval, 442-43

Expenditure, ministerial approval, 474

Golf

Saskatchewan Landing Golf and Country Club, grand opening, May 28, 2003, member's statement, 1326-27

Government

Accountability

Questions, ministerial answers lacking, 795-96

Performance, 2010-11

Priorities, 445-46

Highways and roads

Highway No. 23

Repairs, petitions, 2005

Highway No. 42

Keeler to Eyebrow, condition, poor, 1650-51

Highway No. 47, South

Repairs, petitions, 1045

Highway No. 49

Repairs, petitions, 1013, 1107

Speed limit, increase

Divided highways, 532

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1544-48

Hockey

National Hockey League, Dan Baum, Biggar, contract with Edmonton Oilers, Quintin Laing, Harris, contract with Chicago Blackhawks, member's statement, 1772

Iraq

War, pending, member's statement, 13

Iraq War, 2003

Canadian policy

Trade relations with United States, effect on Saskatchewan, 619

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Presentation, 20

Carrot River Valley constituency

Presentation, 2019

Municipalities

Grants in lieu of taxes

Unpaid, RM of Canaan, 1049-50

Revenue-sharing grants

Criticism, 254-55

Music

Musical drama, Pull of the Land, Sky High Productions, fundraiser for Harris Community Development and Rosetown and District Health Centre Foundation, member's statement, 1616-17

Physicians/Doctors

Contract negotiations, interns and residents, University of Saskatchewan, 1017

Contract negotiations, status, 1017

Political parties

Canadian Alliance, deputy leader appointment, Carol Skelton, Member of Parliament, resident of Harris, member's statement, 1893

Population

Decrease, effects, 178-79

Out-migration, 1925-26

Young people, 14-15

Potato industry

Losses, government

Lucky Lake region, 737-39

Minister responsible remains in cabinet, 15-16

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 551

Public service

Sexual harassment policy

Murdoch Carriere case, civil lawsuit, 362-63

Review, Murdoch Carriere case, 363-64

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case

Firing, 328-29

Protection, 301

Saskatchewan Forest Centre, Prince Albert

Construction project

Proceed as planned, ministerial statement (Cline), 1137-38

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investments

Coachman Insurance Company

Losses, 555-56

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Funds, misspent by Dutch Lerat

Responsibility for losses, 151

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments

Losses

Foreign, 995-96

Speech from the Throne

Reaction, Premier, 80-81

War memorials

Juno Beach Centre, Canadian World War II memorial

Costs, Saskatchewan contribution, 1111

 

Higgins, Hon. Deb (NDP, Moose Jaw Wakamow; Minister of Labour; Minister Responsible for the Status of Women)

4-H

Saskatchewan 4-H Hall of Fame, Henry Putland, Churchbridge, Jacob Krupka, Luseland, William Selody, Flintoft, inductees, member's statement, 531

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 203, 214-16

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 279-82

Business

MJBEX Awards for Business Excellence, 2nd annual, May 21, 2003, Moose Jaw Chamber of Commerce, member's statement, 1158-59

Canadian Armed Forces

Air Force base, 15 Wing Moose Jaw, change of command ceremony, May 8, 2003, member's statement, 1048

Cattle industry

Beef sale, Moose Jaw, Roberge Transport and local cattle producers, member's statement, 1824

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1518

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, 1300

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1309-10

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, federal Minister of Human Resources, Regina visit, 1648

Community Initiatives Fund

Grants

Moose Jaw and area groups, member's statement, 1217-18

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Application to Labour Relations Board, SaskPower employees, concerns, 1161-62

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 726-32, 1005-12, 1815-20

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2003, member's statement, 742

Libraries

Public

Palliser Regional Library, recipient, LibraryNet Best Practice Award, 2002, member's statement, 1296

Mining industry

Mines Regulations 2003, health and safety protection, ministerial statement (Higgins), 1223-24

Oil industry

Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Show, Weyburn, June 4-5, 2003, inductees into Saskatchewan Oil Patch Hall of Fame, member's statement, 1453

Schools

Community schools

Prince Arthur, Moose Jaw, partnership with Sask Water, member's statement, 105

Tourism

Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence

Rookie of the year award, Casino Moose Jaw, member's statement, 472-73

Workers' compensation

Injured workers, benefits, improvements, 862

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 18)

First reading, 507

Second reading, 507-8

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 951-52

Workers' Compensation Board

Financial losses, 827, 860-61

Head office, Regina, renovations, 1829

Premiums, costs, lower by reducing injuries in workplace, 828

 

Hillson, Mr. Jack (Independent, North Battleford)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 161-65

Ambulance service

Fees, rural areas, 1301-2

Vehicles, upgrade, standardized fees, 1459

Budget

Leak

Printing company, security guards, 110

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 336-39

Business

North Battleford Business Excellence awards, 10th annual, May 6, 2003, member's statement, 937

Canada health council

Establishment, provincial support, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1303

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1518-19

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1308-9

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, M. (Bjornerud), 1234-35

Centennials

Provincial, funding, Celebrating Community centennial grant program and centennial facilities grant program, ministerial statement (Crofford), 620-21

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 72

Crown corporations

Investments

International, head office locations, 691

Culture

Assyrian community, North Battleford, centennial reunion, September 2003, member's statement, 442

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. Yates); amdt. (Dearborn); questions and answers, 1412

Elections

General election, call, 1114-15, 1811

General election, call, member's statement, 1218

Ethanol

Development

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, status, 1458-59

Broe Companies, Inc., government financial commitment, 831

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

Treatment centre, proposal, Regina Community Clinic, member's statement, 1824

Gambling

Video lottery terminals

Responsible gambling features, installation, 647-48

Grain

Wheat, genetically modified

Ban, non-marketability, member's statement, 615

Marketability, consideration by Canadian Food Agency, 691

Highways and roads

Bridges

Twin bridges, Battleford and North Battleford, historic, preservation, petitions, 641, 655, 683, 713, 759, 823, 853, 935, 963, 991, 1045

Hospital waiting lists, 971

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 1989

Hospitals

Saskatchewan Hospital, North Battleford, psychiatric facility, 90th anniversary, member's statement, 296

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Land titles, automated

Status, 1459

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, June 27, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 2023-24

Music

Rolling Stones concert, Toronto, funding, Government of Canada, Government of Ontario, member's statement, 1590-91

Potato industry

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Rotten potatoes, disposal, member's statement, 643

Public service

Sexual harassment policy

Ministers' offices, 1811

Rules and Procedures Committee

Third report, M. (Thomson) for concurrence, 357-58

Sexual offenders

Halfway house, North Battleford, closure, completion of treatment program for inmates, 365, 830-31

War memorials

Juno Beach Centre, Canadian World War II memorial

Costs, no Saskatchewan contribution, member's statement, 1111

Water quality

Sewage treatment plant, North Battleford, funding, 506-7, 1622-23

Water and sewage treatment, financial assistance, 1989

 

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

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 122-25

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

Second reading, 1196-97

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 409-11

Canada Youth Criminal Justice Act

Proclamation, April 1, 2003, member's statement, 253-54

Canadian Armed Forces

Canadian Forces Day, June 1, 2003, member's statement, 1327

Order of Military Merit, appointments, member's statement, 1825

Snowbirds 431 Air Demonstration Squadron, acceptance show for 2003 air show season, member's statement, 685

Community Initiatives Fund

Transfer to General Revenue Fund, 534-35

Correctional centres

Regina

Inmate escapes, guards, supervision, 82-84

Corrections and Public Safety Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 492-98, 1122-24

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 1185, 1293, 1325

Curling

Canadian Open Men's and Women's Masters Curling Championships, March 17-23, 2003, Assiniboia, member's statement, 106

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 961

Health care

Services, including physician, Rockglen, and Five Hills Health Region provide better information to Rockglen citizens, petitions, 713, 733, 759-60, 791, 875, 903, 935, 963, 991, 1013, 1045, 1077, 1108, 1155

Highways and roads

Highway No. 13

Condition, poor, 1487

Highway No. 334

Condition, poor, 1649

Highway No. 43

Repairs, petitions, 1393, 1451, 1479, 1502, 1554, 1588, 1615, 1643, 1668, 1717, 1803, 1821, 1845, 1891, 1981, 2006

Speed limit, increase

Divided sections of Highways 1, 11, 16, ministerial statement (Wartman), 537-38

Hockey

Keystone Cup, Portage la Prairie, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, winners, various Canadian sporting successes, member's statement, 582

South Saskatchewan Junior B Hockey League, Assiniboia Southern Rebels, winners, advance to Keystone Cup, member's statement, 297

Internet, high-speed

Rural communities, Ogema, 1190-92

Motor vehicles

Theft, Regina auto theft strategy phase 2, ministerial statement (Thomson), 1304

Theft, Regina, increases, 1896-98

Pawned Property (Recording) Act (No. 30)

Second reading, 1356-58

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1636-39

Police services

National Police Week, May 11-17, 2003, member's statement, 1015

Schools

Major School, stay closure until Rural Revitalization and Education Depts. compile plan on uniform front for rural Saskatchewan, petitions, 293

Telephones

911 service, new rates, ministerial statement (Thomson), 943-44

Vimy Ridge, Battle, 1917

Anniversary, 86th, April 9, 2003, member's statement, 472

War memorials

Juno Beach Centre, Canadian World War II memorial

Opening ceremonies, Regina and Normandy, France, funding of the Centre, member's statement, 1482

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

Second reading, 1001-2

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1625-33

 

 

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Iwanchuk, Mr. Andy (NDP, Saskatoon Fairview)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 171-73

Budget

Building for the future, member's statement, 254

Business

Boards, membership, women, member's statement, 686

By-elections

Saskatoon-Fairview constituency, appreciation, member's statement, 39

Electricity

Thermal power stations, Boundary dam, Estevan, electrostatic precipitators installed and functional, member's statement, 582

Forest industry

National Forest Week, May 5 -11, 2003, Arbor Day, May 5, 2003, member's statement, 878-79

Guilds

Saskatchewan Woodworkers' Guild, Wood 2003, 25th anniversary show, May 31 - June 8, Saskatoon, member's statement, 1427

Mining industry

Emergency response/mine rescue, 35th annual competition, Regina, May 31, 2003, member's statement, 1505

Regional economic development authorities

Member's statement, 360

Saskatchewan

Wide Open Week, May 12-16, 2003, member's statement, 1015

Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Contractor Safety Awards, 13th annual, member's statement, 642-43

Skating

Skate Canada-Saskatchewan annual meeting and awards banquet, 2003, Saskatoon, member's statement, 937

Small business

Point2 Internet Systems, Saskatoon, real estate sector, Internet software, launch, member's statement, 1647

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk), 1058-60

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk); questions and answers, 1064

 

 

J

 

Jones, Ms. Carolyn (NDP, Saskatoon Meewasin)

Administrative Professionals Day, April 23, 2003

Member's statement, 657

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 450-51

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457

Art/Artists

Exhibition, Cumberland Gallery, Legislative Building, Regina, Art Education Month, sponsors Saskatchewan Learning and Saskatchewan Society for Education Through Art, member's statement, 857

Biotechnology

Bioscience awards, Ag-West Biotech Inc., member's statement, 1110-11

Communication Committee

Fourth report, M. (Jones) for concurrence, 1668-69

Economy

Growth

Indicators

Regina Chamber of Commerce, Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority, member's statement, 237

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. (Yates); amdt. (Dearborn), 1403-5

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, Team Saskatchewan launched, May 28, 2003, member's statement, 1269

Education

SchoolPLUS program

Implementation, member's statement, 716

Government

Function, purpose, review by Saskatchewan Party government, member's statement, 105-6

Investment

Investment Future Forum, Saskatoon, April 10-11, 2003, member's statement, 581

Labour force

International Working Persons' Day, May 1, 2003, member's statement, 825-26

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

New member, recognition, member's statement, 12

Saskatoon Fairview constituency

New member, recognition, member's statement, 12

Occupational health and safety

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week, May 4-10, 2003, member's statement, 905

Saskatchewan Forest Centre, Prince Albert

Construction project

Building location, downtown Prince Albert

Community support, member's statement, 1049

Saskatchewan Party

Opposition, commentary, member's statement, 2010

Small business

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk), 1062-63

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk); questions and answers, 1064

zu.com communications, Saskatoon, Employer of the Year, Canadian New Media Awards, member's statement, 1558

Volunteers

Sterling Award, 2003, Saskatoon, Lorena Dora Nickel, recipient, member's statement, 1131

 

Jul้, Ms. Arlene (Saskatchewan Party, Humboldt)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 93-95

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1838-40

Athletics

Huskie Salute awards, University of Saskatchewan, April 5, 2003, member's statement, 501

Books

Looking Back: True Tales from Saskatchewan's Past, Bill Waiser, Paul Dederick, authors, book promotion, Regina, member's statement, 1895

Broomball

Saskatchewan Sports Inc. April Athlete of the Month Award, Bruno Junior Axemen, recipients, member's statement, 1187

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 264-66

By-elections

Carrot River Valley constituency, campaign, 2012

Cattle industry

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, M. (Bjornerud), 1235-36

Centenarians

Lemmerick, Richard, Humboldt, 105th birthday, congratulations, member's statement, 1670

Centennials

St. Peter's Colony, near Humboldt, celebrations, August 1 - 3, 2003, member's statement, 1848

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1291

Children

Prostitution, protection, 1400-1401

Community Resources and Employment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 819-20, 1284-87

Culture

Humboldt Summer Sizzler, Humboldt, July 11-12, 2003, member's statement, 1985

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1862

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, March 21, 2003, member's statement, 79

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1254-56

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1202-4

Health care

Diabetes

National Aboriginal Diabetes Awareness Day, May 2, 2003, member's statement, 826

Highways and roads

Highway No. 20

Repairs, Nokomis to Strasbourg, petitions, 1501

Highway No. 47, South

Repairs, petitions, 2005

Highway No. 49

Repairs, petitions, 1981

Hockey

Anavet Cup, Humboldt Broncos, winners, advance to Royal Bank Cup Junior A national tournament, May 3-11, 2003, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, member's statement, 716

Royal Bank Cup Junior A national tournament, May 3-11, 2003, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Humboldt Broncos, progress report, member's statement, 938

Royal Bank Cup Junior A national tournament, May 3-11, 2003, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, Humboldt Broncos, winners, member's statement, 1015

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Awards, April 15, 2003, Humboldt, hosts, member's statement, 686-87

Humboldt Broncos, league championship winners, advance to Anavet Cup, member's statement, 441-42

Indians/First Nations

Aboriginal Awareness Week, May 20 - 23, 2003, member's statement, 1130

National Aboriginal Achievement Awards, 10th annual, three Saskatchewan recipients, member's statement, 236-37

National Aboriginal Day, June 21, 2003, member's statement, 1823

Treaty land entitlements

Lease renewal, Crown grazing land, southwest Saskatchewan, 45

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1099-1101

Justice Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 695-700, 886-91, 1529-39

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1260, 1869-70

Legislative Assembly

Sergeant-at-Arms, birthday greetings, miscellaneous historical events, member's statement, 642

Literacy

Definition Derby, Regina Public Library, awareness promotion, member's statement, 361

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1471-72

Police services

Badge and Shield awards, 2003, Saskatoon, May 2, voluntary service recognition, Saskatoon Fire and Protective Services, Saskatoon Police Service, member's statement, 904-5

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 683

Public service

Sexual harassment policy

Application, comprehension, 393

Murdoch Carriere case, responsibility for decisions, 392

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case

Deputy Minister Terry Scott, status, 536

Firing, 327, 361-62

Government car and cellphone, 535

Reassignment instead of firing, 297-300

Reassignment, full briefing to Environment minister, 326-27

Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 15)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1461-65

Senior citizens

Elmire Royer, St. Joseph's Seniors Club, St. Louis, founding member, certificate and pin from Saskatchewan Seniors Association, member's statement, 1217

Sexual offenders

Registry, national, legislation, 1113-14, 1457-58

Registry, provincial, 1113

Teachers

Prime Minister's Awards for Teaching Excellence, Certificate of Excellence, Patti Sebestyen, Saskatoon, recipient, member's statement, 1296

Women

International Women's Day, March 8, 2003, rural women's achievements awards, Humboldt, member's statement, 14

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

Second reading, 1143-44

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Regina, Galaxy Cinema

Opening ceremonies, fundraiser, June 4, 2003, member's statement, 1455

 

Junor, Hon. Judy (NDP, Saskatoon Eastview; Minister of Learning)

Community Initiatives Fund

Grants

Saskatoon, summer programs, member's statement, 1327-28

Education

National and provincial performance standards, mathematics, writing skills, poor student scores, 1809-10

Health care

Funding

Member's statement, 296

Iraq War, 2003

United States naval mobile construction battalion, soldier Alexis Dawn Dustyhorn, family concern, member's statement, 207

Learning Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 751-57, 979-90, 1257-63, 1366-70, 1521-28, 1863-71, 1970-76

Nurses

International Nursing Day, May 12, 2003, member's statement, 1016

National Nursing Week, May 12-18, 2003, member's statement, 1016

Shortage

Measures to address, 969

Physical fitness

In Motion program, member's statement, 735-36

Property tax

Education tax

Mill rate changes, 998-99

Psychiatric nurses

Mental Health Week, May 5-11, 2003, Registered Psychiatric Nurses Day, May 10, 2003, member's statement, 994

Rivers

National Rivers Day, 1st annual, June 8, 2003, Saskatoon event, member's statement, 1617

School divisions

Foundation operating grants, funding increase, 967

Schools

Capital funding, block capital projects valued under $500,000, approvals, ministerial statement (Junor), 1597

Holy Cross Collegiate, Saskatoon, Wall of Honour, member's statement, 1395

Senior citizens

St. Ann's Senior Citizens Village, Saskatoon, 50th anniversary, member's statement, 1806-7

Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 5)

First reading, 111

Second reading, 484-85

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 977-78

Third reading, 978

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Accreditation, retention, funding, 393-94, 421

Accreditation, retention, renewal plan, ministerial statement (Junor), 1460-61

 

 

K

 

Kasperski, Mr. Lindy (NDP, Regina Sherwood)

Children

Regina Children's Festival, June 12-14, 2003, member's statement, 1590

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 72-73

Dance

Polonia Dance Ensemble, Regina, Polonia in Concert program, 15th annual, member's statement, 905

Energy

Conservation, 2004 National Energy and Environment Calendar Contest, David Kreps, grade 2, Dieppe School, Regina, winner, member's statement, 1924

Francophones

Journ-e internationale de la Francophonie en Saskatchewan, member's statement, 40-41

 

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

Budget

Deficit, 108-9, 211-12, 238-39, 329

Budget (March 28, 2003)

M. (Melenchuk) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 248; amdt. (Krawetz), 264

Debate

Speakers, 248-49, 258-64

Condominium Property Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1320-22

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1465-71

Crown corporations

Annual financial reports, complete, public, 663

Dividends, 663-64

Expenditures, investments, comments, advice, former Finance minister, Janice MacKinnon, 559

Economy

Growth

Projections, 256-57, 329-30, 1724

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1243-47

Everest, Mount

First summit, 50th anniversary, May 29, 2003, achievements of Dave Rodney, Yorkton native, member's statement, 1297

Finance Committee

Budget (March 28, 2003) M. (Melenchuk) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 248; amdt. (Krawetz), 264

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 867-73, 1497-1500

Government

Accountability

Minding the Public Purse by Janice MacKinnon, 213

Financial management

Deficit, Dominion Bond Rating Service, 1272-73

Highways and roads

Highway No. 23

Repairs, petitions, 2005

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 26)

Second reading, 1145-46

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1358-61

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 424-32, 1236-38, 1240-41

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1737-38

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 11)

Second reading, 1279-80

Points of order

Oral question period, correspondence, departmental public documents, if quoted by a minister must be tabled on request, 1117

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 823

Public Accounts Committee

Fourth report, M. (Krawetz) for concurrence, 1922

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 424-32, 1236-38, 1240-41

Securities

Regulations, changes, ministerial statement (Cline), 2015-16

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 21)

Second reading, 1146-47

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1361-62

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Accreditation, retention, funding, 444-45

Accreditation, retention, funding, special warrants, 421-22

 

 

L

 

Lautermilch, Hon. Eldon (NDP, Prince Albert Northcote; Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs; Minister of Aboriginal Affairs)

4-H

Regional Finished Beef Show and Sale, Prince Albert, 73rd annual, member's statement, 1395

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor (Lautermilch), 234

Speakers, 131-33

Art/Artists

E.A. Rawlinson Centre

New performing arts centre, Prince Albert, naming ceremony, April 2, 2003, member's statement, 324-25

Budget (March 28, 2003)

M. (Lautermilch) to resume debate March 31, 2003, 249-50

Business

Samuel McLeod Awards, business excellence, Prince Albert Chamber of Commerce, April 16, 2003, member's statement, 643

By-elections

Carrot River Valley constituency, campaign, 2012

Government advertising, by-election campaign, 1927-28

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, 1507

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1513-14

Compensation, western emergency package, 1559-61

Import ban, United States, removal, 1506

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, transmittal, M. (Lautermilch), 1242

Communication Committee

Legislative Library, report, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 1085

Records retention and disposal, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 1085

Condolences

Communication, M. (Lautermilch), 76

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby), 64-65

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Industrial Interests Inc.

Privatization, 1564

Estimates Committee

Legislative Assembly estimates; Provincial Auditor, estimates; Chief Electoral Officer, estimates; Information and Privacy Commissioner, estimates and supplementary estimates; Ombudsman and Children's Advocate, estimates; Conflict of Interest Commissioner, estimates; referral, M. (Lautermilch), 1086

Finance Committee

Appointment, M. (Lautermilch), 234

Budget (March 28, 2003) M. (Lautermilch) to resume debate March 31, 2003, 249-50

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 512-21, 1202-7

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Third reading, 1642

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, June 27, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 2021-22

Hours of sitting

April 17- 23, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 438

May 15-21, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 1000

Legislative Assembly members

Leave of absence to attend Partnership of Parliaments, Germany, and State Legislative Leaders Foundation, Poland, June 23 - July 15, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 1812

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintenance, 1723-24

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

Third reading, 1443

Pawned Property (Recording) Act (No. 30)

Third reading, 1642

Points of order

Bill, Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003, debate, relevance, 1790

Political parties

Affiliation, change from Liberal to NDP, Minister of Finance, contemplation, 1508

Public Accounts Committee

Public Accounts, referral, M. (Lautermilch), 1086

Regulations Committee

Professional associations, bylaws, committee referral, M. (Lautermilch), 1086

Saskatchewan Forest Centre, Prince Albert

Construction project

Funding, member's statement, 418

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 35)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1636, 1639-42, 1711-15

Third reading, 1715

Theatre

Theatre Fest 2003, April 20-26, 70th annual, E.A. Rawlinson Centre of the Arts, Prince Albert, Prince Albert Community Players, hosts, member's statement, 762

Workers' Compensation Board

Head office, Regina, renovations, 1830

YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association)

Prince Albert, Women of Distinction awards, Prince Albert Arts Centre, grand opening, Prince Albert Housing Authority, 50th anniversary, member's statement, 1212

 

Lorenz, Mr. Wally (Saskatchewan Party, Battleford-Cut Knife)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 142-43

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 544-48

Bowling

Masters bowling tournament, Saskatoon, April 5-6, 2003, Battleford-Cut Knife constituents advance to nationals, member's statement, 472

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 377-79

Business

Youth Business Excellence awards, North Battleford, 2003, member's statement, 905

Youth Business Institute, interprovincial competition, Wilkie team, winners, member's statement, 1617-18

By-elections

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency, appreciation, member's statement, 39-40

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1306-7

Farms, quarantine, Baldwinton, 1189-90

Farms, restocking, 1269

Import ban, United States, 1269-70

Crop Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 37)

Second reading, 1140-42

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1861-62

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 955-60

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 707-9, 1204-7

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1610-12

Highways and roads

Bridges

Twin bridges, Battleford and North Battleford, historic, preservation, petitions, 611-12, 684, 791-92

Highway No. 14

Repairs, Biggar to Wilkie, petitions, 1128, 1156, 1294, 1345, 1425, 1452, 1588, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1769, 1845-46, 1891, 1922, 1982, 2007

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 294

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 674-76

Hockey

Female midget A, Midwest Female Lazers, provincial title, member's statement, 793

Pee wee girls, Macklin, provincial champions, member's statement, 392

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1354-56

Music

Battlefords Children's Choir, Saskatchewan representatives, Unisong 2003, Ottawa, June 27-July 2, member's statement, 1985

Royal family

Earl of Wessex, provincial visit, June 18-23, 2003, member's statement, 1773-74

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1167-68

Sports

University of Saskatchewan, Huskie Athletic Wall of Fame, Shannon Kekula-Kristiansen, inductee, April 5, 2003, member's statement, 1347

Students

Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2003, provincial finals, Adam Baslar, grade 9, St. George School, Wilkie, first place honours, member's statement, 1131

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 41)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1661-64

 

Lorj้, Ms. Pat (NDP, Saskatoon Southeast)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 143-44, 153-55

Cancer

April, cancer month, breast cancer screening, mobile unit, member's statement, 613-14

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 73-75

Disabled and handicapped persons

National Access Awareness Week, May 26-30, 2003, Saskatoon (East) School Division programs, member's statement, 1218

Economy

Growth

Indicators

Conference Board of Canada and various banks, member's statement, 236

Families

Work and family balance, Work and Family Unit, Labour Dept., public events, member's statement, 1923

Film industry

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 15 Minute Death, Jessie Wallace, writer, producer, director, Gold Sheaf Award winner, member's statement, 1647

Golf

Future Links Prairie Championship, junior golfers, BMO Financial Group, sponsors, member's statement, 1396-97

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Initiatives, SaskPower, Crown corporations, creation and maintenance of cleaner environment, urge continued expansion, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Weekes), 1420-23

Health care

Diabetes

Live with diabetes for one day, participation of three members, new Canadian Diabetes Association campaign on education, prevention, care, member's statement, 555

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology

Graduates, 2003, member's statement, 1591

Small business

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk), 1060-61

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk); questions and answers, 1065

Theatre

Shakespeare on the Saskatchewan Festival, Saskatoon, July 2 - August 17, 2003, member's statement, 1985

Women

Women Entrepreneurs Week, May 4-11, 2003, member's statement, 906

 

 

M

 

McCall, Mr. Warren (NDP, Regina Elphinstone)

Authors

City of Regina Writing Award, 2003, Trevor Herriot, recipient, member's statement, 994

Centennials

Regina, June 19, 2003, member's statement, 1805

Community Initiatives Fund

Grants

Regina, Rainbow Youth Centre, Sacred Heart Community School, member's statement, 1847-48

Crown corporations

Contributions

Economy, member's statement, 147-48

Curling

National Aboriginal Mixed Curling Championships, Winnipeg, 2003, Marshall Bear rink, Saskatchewan, winner, member's statement, 581-82

Education

Funding

Education facilities, enhancement, learning opportunities, member's statement, 324

Environment

Canada Environment Week, June 1-7, 2003, member's statement, 1346

Native Prairie Appreciation Week, June 15-21, 2003, launch of Prairie Conservation Action Plan, member's statement, 1721

Film industry

Government investment, economic contribution, member's statement, 441

Football

Saskatchewan Roughriders, statistical history, Curtis Phillips, compiler, member's statement, 1984

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Energy and Our Environment, SaskPower poster contest, 2nd annual, member's statement, 936-37

Holocaust Memorial Day

April 29, 2003, member's statement, 761

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation

Employment equity, Regina and Moose Jaw casinos, member's statement, 793

Saskatchewan Indian Federated College

College building, University of Regina, teepee entrance, member's statement, 79

Schools

Community schools

Performing arts show, Regina public community schools, April 9, 2003, member's statement, 531

Wascana -cole commaunitaire, Young Spirits: Proud to be Tobacco Free campaign, participation ceremony, member's statement, 1646

Western Christian College (Amdt.) Act, 2003 (No. 301)

Second reading, 1413

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1739

Third reading, 1739

Youth

Strengthening Our Circle program, National Crime Prevention Centre, sponsors, member's statement, 880

 

McMorris, Mr. Don (Saskatchewan Party, Indian Head-Milestone)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 99-102, 111-12

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 270-73

Campgrounds

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, leased, attempts to purchase, 1082-83

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, open for summer 2003, 1084

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, 1398

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, 1300

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1304-6

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period, federal Minister of Human Resources, Regina visit, 1648

Impact, workers, 1299

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

Second reading, 1000-1001

Crop insurance

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 293

Curling

World Senior Women's Curling Championships, 2003, Nancy Kerr rink, gold medallists, member's statement, 418

Elections

General election, call, 828

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1250-54, 1473-74

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1097

Fires

Queen's Hotel, Qu'Appelle, April 16, 2003, member's statement, 614

Health care

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 1479

Health Information Protection Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 28)

Second reading, 1087-88

Highways and roads

Highway No. 47, South

Repairs, petitions, 529

Hockey

Qu'Appelle Valley Hockey League championship, Indian Head Chiefs, winners, Saskatchewan Hockey Association provincial C championships, Milestone Flyers, winners, member's statement, 531

International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

Application to Labour Relations Board, SaskPower employees, concerns, 1161-62

Labour Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 726-28, 730-32, 1009-12, 1815-18, 1820

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job, April 28, 2003, member's statement, 735, 742

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 20)

Second reading, 1022-23

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson), 1734-35

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 11)

Second reading, 562-63

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

Second reading, 1094-95

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

Second reading, 539-40

Pawned Property (Recording) Act (No. 30)

Second reading, 1491-93

Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 22)

Second reading, 949

Points of order

Debate

On matters in hand not on personal attacks, 424

Oral question period, correspondence, departmental public documents, if quoted by a minister must be tabled on request, 1054, 1106, 1116

Political parties

Affiliation, change from Liberal to NDP, Minister of Finance, by-election call, 1507-9

Rivers

Qu'Appelle River system

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, 1017-18

Water control structures, dispute, First Nations, federal government, petitions, 1667, 1717, 1803

Rules and Procedures Committee

Practices and rules recommended by Third Report and adopted by Legislative Assembly, April 3, 2003, be implemented first sitting day of next session of Legislative Assembly, M. (Thomson), 1656-57

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 40)

Second reading, 1091-92

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 35)

Second reading, 1096

Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 15)

Second reading, 564

Saskatchewan Party

Constituency nominations

Regina Dewdney, May 27, 2003, member's statement, 1269

Regina Qu'Appelle Valley, March 2003, member's statement, 80

Schools

Montmartre School, Environmental Earth School status, member's statement, 1591

Small business

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk), 1054-56

Support for owners, regrets politically motivated boycott called by any organized labour leader, M. (McMorris); amdt. (Iwanchuk); questions and answers, 1063-65

Workers' compensation

Benefits, increased costs, 862

Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 18)

Second reading, 508-9

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 952

Workers' Compensation Board

Financial losses, 827, 860-61

Head office, Regina, renovations, 1829-30

Premiums, increase, 828, 861

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

Second reading, 483-84

 

Melenchuk, Hon. Jim (Independent, Saskatoon Northwest; Minister of Finance)

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 1) (No. 12)

First reading, 438

Second reading, 438

Third reading, 438

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 2) (No. 42)

First reading, 1241-42

Second reading, 1242

Third reading, 1242

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 3) (No. 44)

First reading, 2021

Second reading, 2021

Third reading, 2021

Budget

Balanced, 212

Printing, 110

Reaction, negative and positive, 254, 256

Budget (March 28, 2003), 243-48

Debate

Speakers, 411-14

Condolences

MacDougall, Ian Hugh (former MLA), M. (Calvert), 1901-2

Crown corporations

Dividends, 664

Expenditures, investments, comments, advice, former Finance minister, Janice MacKinnon, 559

Curling

Canadian Curling Association, Ray Kingsmith Executive of the Year Award, 2003, Bernadette McIntyre, Regina, recipient, member's statement, 794

Economy

Growth

Projections, 256-57, 329-30, 1724

Electricity

Cogeneration project at Cory potash mine, official opening, SaskPower International Inc., ATCO Power Ltd., partners, member's statement, 1348

Estimates

2003-2004, main, M. (Melenchuk) to refer to Committee of Finance, 243

Finance Committee

Estimates

2003-2004, main, M. (Melenchuk) to refer to Committee of Finance, 243

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 867-73, 1493-1500

Government

Financial management

Cash management practices, 212

Government expenditures

Debt

Management, 108-9

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 26)

First reading, 971

Second reading, 1026-27

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1358-61

Third reading, 1362

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003

General Revenue Fund, M. (Melenchuk), 2020

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004

General Revenue Fund, M. (Melenchuk), 437-38, 2020

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 424-37, 1236-41

Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 11)

First reading, 423

Second reading, 562

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1697-98

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants, 255

Public service

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2003

General Revenue Fund, M. (Melenchuk), 2020

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004

General Revenue Fund, M. (Melenchuk), 437-38, 2020

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004, M. (Melenchuk), 424-37, 1236-41

School divisions

Foundation operating grants, funding increase, 968

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 21)

First reading, 833

Second reading, 948

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1361-62

Third reading, 1362-63

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Accreditation, retention, funding, 444-45

Accreditation, retention, funding, special warrants, 421-22

 

 

N

 

Nilson, Hon. John (NDP, Regina Lakeview; Minister of Health; Minister Responsible for Seniors)

Ambulance service

Fees, rural areas, 1302

Vehicles, upgrade, standardized fees, 1459

Books

Canada Book Day, April 23, 2003, member's statement, 658

Canada health council

Establishment, provincial support, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1302

Condominium Property Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 27)

First reading, 972

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Advisory committee, creation, authorization, 1986

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Coverage, expansion, diabetic supplies, specialized nutritional products, ministerial statement (Nilson), 831-32

Health care

Centres

Moosomin, new integrated health care facility, approval to proceed, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1990

Outlook, new integrated health care facility, funding, construction, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1623-24

Events, Saskatoon, College of Medicine, 50th anniversary, funding announcements, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency, Royal University Hospital, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1929-30

Severe acute respiratory syndrome, monitoring, contingency plans, 210-11

Telehealth Saskatchewan, expansion, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1433-34

West Nile virus

Mosquito control program, funding, 211

Health care professionals

Action Plan for Health Care, human resources plan, 618-19

Legislation

Paramedics, 1455-56

Health care workers

Shortage, high injury rate, 1398-99

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 521-27, 1175-83, 1443-49, 1601-13

Health Information Protection Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 28)

First reading, 972

Second reading, 1086-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1437-42

Third reading, 1443

Hospital waiting lists

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 1989-90

Surgical care network, 971

Hospitals

Emergency departments, staffing, 617-18

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, funding for planning and evaluation project, ministerial statement (Nilson), 331-32

M้tis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan Inc.

Funds, management, 1778

Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 29)

First reading, 972

Norway

Constitution Day, May 17, 2003, member's statement, 1159

Occupational Therapists Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 7)

First reading, 182

Second reading, 510-11

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 976

Third reading, 978

Pawned Property (Recording) Act (No. 30)

First reading, 972

Personal Care Homes Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 25)

First reading, 885

Second reading, 972-73

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1171-73

Third reading, 1175

Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 22)

First reading, 833

Second reading, 948-49

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1173-75

Third reading, 1175

Physicians/Doctors

Contract negotiations, 939

Contract negotiations, interns and residents, University of Saskatchewan, 1017

Contract negotiations, resumption, 1081

Contract negotiations, status, 1017

Patient records, confidentiality, legal requirements, 616-17

Recruitment, retention, 939-40

Podiatry Act (No. 6)

First reading, 182

Second reading, 509-10

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 974-75

Third reading, 978

Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 14)

First reading, 446-47

Second reading, 511-12

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 976-77

Third reading, 978

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments, 1163

Max cable TV service, additional investment, Dominion Bond Rating Service, concerns, 1162

Senior citizens

Provincial Policy Framework and Action Plan for Older Persons, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1488-89

Sexual offenders

Registry, national, legislation, 1114

Registry, provincial, 1113

Theatre

Do It With Class Young People's Theatre, Regina, member's statement, 1893

University of Saskatchewan

College of Medicine

Accreditation, retention, funding, 394

 

 

O

 

Osika, Hon. Ron (Independent, Melville; Minister of Government Relations; Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation)

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 31)

First reading, 972

Second reading, 1028-29

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1704-11

Buildings

Galleria, Regina, federal government purchase, real estate study, release, 1456-57

Cities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 23)

First reading, 862

Second reading, 1088-89

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1658-60

Third reading, 1665

Gambling

Video lottery terminals

Responsible gambling features, installation, 648

Games

Mega bingo

Benefits, equipment, 534

Charitable organizations, support, 395-96

Decisions based on best information available, 418-21

Expenditure, results, 395

Expenditure, total, report tabled, 739-40, 763

Expenditure, total, review, 717-18

Freedom of information request, 1084-85

Gaming strategy, cabinet approval, 442-43, 474-75, 503

Gaming strategy, process, 476-77

Tendering process, contract, 443-44, 1273

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, process, 1351-53

Wascana Gaming, original bid amount, 764

Golf

Melville Charity Hole-In-One Par Three Golf Tournament, 1st, June 14, 2003, member's statement, 1719

Government

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Promotions, 1019

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 703-11, 1202, 1206-7

Hockey

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Melville Millionaires, Sherwood Conference winners, March 28, 2003, member's statement, 297

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 39)

First reading, 1000

Second reading, 1093-94

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1665

Third reading, 1666

Municipalities

Revenue-sharing grants

Regina, 1596, 1620-22

Museums

Melville Heritage Museum, 20th anniversary of occupying Luther Academy Building, 90th anniversary of building, Melville, member's statement, 1454

Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 24)

First reading, 862

Second reading, 1090

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1664

Third reading, 1666

Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 40)

First reading, 1000

Second reading, 1091

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1660

Third reading, 1665

Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 35)

First reading, 1000

Second reading, 1095-96

Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority

Annual report, tabling, 798

Audit, Provincial Auditor, recommendations, implementation, 149-50

Funds, misspent by Dutch Lerat

Issues addressed, process, 179-80, 209, 242, 1594-95

Recovery, 209

Report, Ernst & Young, release, 1725-26

Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority

Contributions, community projects, 504, 534

Mismanaged funds, recovery, 242

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 631-40, 1385-92

Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 41)

First reading, 1000

Second reading, 1092-93

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1661-64

Third reading, 1665

Water quality

Funding, Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program

North Battleford, 505-6

Sewage treatment plant, North Battleford, funding, 1622-23

 

 

P

 

Prebble, Mr. Peter (NDP, Saskatoon Greystone)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 125-28

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 352-54

Child care

Additional spaces

Largest expansion in provincial history, enabling full participation in economy and social life, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (Toth), 781-83

Disabled and handicapped persons

Funding

Member's statement, 715

Education

Equity outcomes, student assessment study, Organization for Economic and Co-operative Development, member's statement, 417

Electricity

Deregulation and privatization, including SaskPower, will not be allowed, petitions, 1982

Initiatives, energy performance contracting service, Saskatchewan Power Corporation, Honeywell Ltd., member's statement, 580

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Kyoto Protocol

Initiatives, SaskPower, Crown corporations, creation and maintenance of cleaner environment, urge continued expansion, M. (Prebble); amdt. (Weekes), 1413-20

Organic agriculture

Research, College of Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan in affiliation with Organic Agriculture Centre of Canada, member's statement, 938

University of Saskatchewan

Students' Union, Teaching Excellence awards ceremony, March 25, 2003, Doug Wilson Award, member's statement, 208

Wind power

Expansion, member's statement, 1079

 

 

S

 

Serby, Hon. Clay (NDP, Yorkton; Deputy Premier; Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization)

Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 9)

First reading, 423

Second reading, 561

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1003-5

Third reading, 1005

Agricultural Safety Net Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 36)

First reading, 972

Second reading, 1030

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1698-1701

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Agreement of implementation, commitment, 181

Expression of intent, signed, 180-81, 241

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 455-56

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457-58

Funding

Canadian Farm Income Program, expired, 255

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 540-49, 804-14, 1371-85, 1830-44, 1873-75

Funding, 241

Battleford-Cut Knife Constituency By-election Act (No. 2)

First reading, 19

Second reading, 20

Third reading, 20

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 379-85

Carrot River Valley Constituency By-election Act (No. 45)

First reading, 2018

Second reading, 2018

Third reading, 2018

Cattle industry

Beef, imports, 1987

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Canadian Food Inspection Agency, criticism, federal Member of Parliament, 1620

Compensation, 1350, 1397, 1484

Compensation, federal-provincial package, 1672, 1721-22, 1928-29

Compensation, federal-provincial package, administration, 1825-27

Compensation, federal-provincial package, details, 1774-77

Compensation, purebred animals, 1486

Consultations, advisory committee, 1132

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period for those affected by impact of BSE; Prime Minister of Canada show sensitivity to international trading partners, M. (McMorris), 1311-12

Farms, quarantine, 1189

Farms, quarantine, Baldwinton, 1190

Farms, restocking, 1269

Impact, interprovincial trade, 1298-99

Impact, workers, 1299-1300

Import ban, Japan, South Korea, 1777-78, 1850

Import ban, United States, 1160, 1270, 1332, 1349-50, 1397-98

Import ban, United States, other countries, 1218-20

Import ban, United States, removal, 1673, 1722, 1827, 1849-51

International panel of scientists, review, report, recommendations, 2013

Investigation, assistance, 1132-33

Link to chronic wasting disease, transmittal concerns, 1161

National issue, 1328-32, 1895-96

Standing Committee on Agriculture, monitor issues, regular meetings in July 2003, report to Assembly on August 5, 2003, M. (Stewart), 1908-11

Tracing, animal slaughter, 1484-85

Tracing, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, 1188-89

Tracing, eradication, assistance to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, 1160-61

Tracing, eradication, assistance to Canadian Food Inspection Agency and Alberta, ministerial statement (Serby), 1136

Confidence in Canadian beef industry, urge other nations to reopen borders to Canadian beef imports, M. (Bjornerud), 1228-31

Support, 2013-14

Community Initiatives Fund

Grants

Yorkton, summer programs, member's statement, 1923-24

Condolences

Kwiatkowski, Carl Edward (former MLA), M. (Hermanson), 67-69

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby), 60-62

Crop insurance

Grasshopper control, 1828-29

Premiums

Discount, 910

Increase, 43

Program, 42-43

Rainfall, excessive, RM of Sasman No. 336, 911

Crop Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 37)

First reading, 972

Second reading, 1032

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1701-2

Dance

Kalyna Dance Festival, 2003, Yorkton, member's statement, 938

Economy

Growth

Yorkton and east central region, member's statement, 391

Elections

General election, call, 1114-15, 1987, 2015

Ethanol

Development

Broe Companies, Inc., projects, financing, process, 532-33

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 38)

First reading, 972

Second reading, 1033-34

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1702-4

Farm safety net, 1220-21

Film industry

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 56th, May 12-25, 2003, member's statement, 1186-87

Grain

Wheat, genetically modified

Marketability, consideration by Canadian Food Agency, 691-92

Hockey

Saskatchewan Midget AAA hockey championship, March 2003, Yorkton Harvest, winners, member's statement, 440-41

Indians/First Nations

Treaty land entitlements

Lease renewal, Crown grazing land, southwest Saskatchewan, 18-19, 45, 152-53

Municipalities

Grants in lieu of taxes

Unpaid, RM of Canaan, work towards resolution, 1049-50

Points of order

Oral question period, correspondence, departmental public documents, if quoted by a minister must be tabled on request, 1054, 1116

Potato industry

Losses, government

French fry manufacture, 17-18

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Genetically modified potatoes, labelling, 181

Producer, settlement, 110

Thriving, Outlook area, support for irrigation, 737-39

Saskatchewan 4-H Foundation Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 10)

First reading, 423

Second reading, 538

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1003

Third reading, 1005

Saskatchewan Party

Agricultural policy, 41-42

Saskatoon Fairview Constituency By-election Act (No. 1)

First reading, 19

Second reading, 19

Third reading, 20

Speech from the Throne

Content, 80-82

World War, 1939-1945

D-Day campaign, Normandy, France, June 6, 1944, remembrance services, Yorkton, Regina, Normandy member's statement, 1482

 

Sonntag, Hon. Maynard (NDP, Meadow Lake; Minister of Crown Investments Corporation)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 223-26

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones), 451-53

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457-58

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 406-9

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, federal government develop package separate and distinct from agricultural policy framework, M. (Hermanson), 1516-17

Crown corporations

Accountability, 663

Dividends, 687-89, 719-21

Investments, 1112-13

Diversification, 661

In Saskatchewan, 691

Out-of-province, losses, 943

Private sector, partnerships, 1509-10

Sale, privatization, allegation, 556-57, 662, 688-91, 741, 798

Sale, privatization, restructuring issues, 1221-23

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Industrial Interests Inc.

Privatization, 1562-63

Privatization, options, consideration, 1898-99

Disabled and handicapped persons

Saskatchewan Association for Community Living, Meadow Lake announced as Community of Excellence, member's statement, 1504

Ethanol

Development

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, 1431-32

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, financing, 504, 765, 1459, 1651-52

Private sector, 1271

ScotiaMcLeod review, 1271-72

Film industry

Minds Eye Pictures

Government investment, 907-9, 1675

Sound stage, Regina

Funding, losses, 1456

Fires

Outlook, malfunctioning SaskPower equipment

Refund, review, 940, 1115, 1561-62

Government

Accountability, 795-96

Grain

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina

Assets sold, Crown Investments Corporation investment, 1350-51

Assets sold, Crown Investments Corporation investment loss, 1431

Internet, high-speed

Expansion, 1052-53, 1190-91

Digital cellular service expansion, rural Saskatchewan, SaskTel, ministerial statement (Sonntag), 330-31

Motor vehicle insurance

Premiums, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, 1807-8

Municipalities

Grants in lieu of taxes

Unpaid, RM of Canaan, work towards resolution, 1049

Natural gas

Rates

Lowest in Canada, 644-45

Potato industry

SPUDCO (Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company)

Producer, settlement, 109

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Investments

Coachman Insurance Company

Fiscal transfer, 556

Losses, 941

Saskatchewan Telecommunications

Investments, 364, 970

Ag Dealer, merged with DirectWest, 741, 797

Craig Wireless International, operations in Palm Springs, California, 797

Diversification, 1430-31

Losses

Ag Dealer, 766

Retx.com, non-disclosure, confidentiality, 741

Max cable TV service, development, convergence, 1052-53

Navigata, restructuring, 767

SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 4)

First reading, 111

Second reading, 481-82

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1442-43

Third reading, 1443

SaskEnergy Incorporated

Investment, Nova Scotia, 1432-33

Sports

Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games, Meadow Lake, July 5-10, 2003, Flying Dust First Nation, hosts, member's statement, 1772-73

Students

Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation, local excellence award, Michelle Corbeil, recipient, Ernie Studer School, Loon Lake, member's statement, 1894

Telephones

Rates, 44-45

Rural installations, cost, 1853

Utilities

Rate review panel, interim rate increases, process, 660-61

Volunteers

Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal, Unita Esau, Meadow Lake, recipient, volunteer work, Laubach Literacy Canada, member's statement, 1925

World Wide Web

ExpressAddress, Web site, on-line customer service for four Crown corporations and Regina and Saskatoon, ministerial statement (Sonntag), 1779

 

Speaker

Legislative Assembly

Adjournment, June 27, 2003, M. (Lautermilch), 2025-26

Opening ceremonies, 9

Pages, introduction, 8

Legislative Assembly members

Battleford-Cut Knife constituency

Presentation, 20

Carrot River Valley constituency

Presentation, 2019

Saskatoon Fairview constituency

Presentation, 20

Points of order

Bill, Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003, debate, relevance, 1790

Debate

On matters in hand not on personal attacks, 423-24

Use of the word "lying," 1058

Use of the word "misled," 560

Members

Personal attacks and attacks in character unacceptable, 1652

Use of members' names in speeches not permitted, using members' names in quotation permitted, 26

Oral question period, correspondence, departmental public documents, if quoted by a minister must be tabled on request, 1054, 1106, 1138-39

 

Stewart, Mr. Lyle (Saskatchewan Party, Thunder Creek)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 216-18

Anniversaries

Residency, Dutch immigrant, Simon Vanderstoel, 50 years, member's statement, 1504-5

Business

MJBEX Awards for Business Excellence, 2nd annual, May 21, 2003, Moose Jaw Chamber of Commerce, member's statement, 1158

Cattle industry

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, purebred animals, 1485

Standing Committee on Agriculture, monitor issues, regular meetings in July 2003, report to Assembly on August 5, 2003, M. (Stewart), 1902-4

Tracing, animal slaughter, 1484-85

Ethanol

Development

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, financing, 504, 1651-52

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, status, 996-98

Broe Companies, Inc., due diligence report, release, 532-33

Broe Companies, Inc., Tisdale and Yorkton-Melville area projects, status, 505

Food processing industry

Centennial Foods, Saskatoon, imported beef, 1987-88

Harassment

Workplace, sexual, unacceptable, ensure elimination, member's statement, 359

Health care

Renal dialysis

Moose Jaw, petitions, 551, 579, 641, 655, 713, 733, 823, 875, 903, 935, 963, 991, 1013, 1045, 1077, 1107, 1127, 1155, 1185, 1209, 2005-6

Highways and roads

Highway No. 42

Repairs, petitions, 323, 389, 415, 471

Highway No. 43

Repairs, petitions, 1265, 1325, 1345, 1393, 1426, 1451, 1479, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1643, 1667, 1803, 1845, 1891, 1921, 1981

Highway No. 58

Repairs, petitions, 11, 37, 77, 103, 145, 235

Hockey

Esso women's national hockey championship, March 12-16, 2003, Saskatoon, Team Saskatchewan, participation, member's statement, 295-96

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1104-6, 1686-91

Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 17)

Second reading, 650-51

Mining industry

Saskatchewan Mining Week, May 25 - 31, 2003, member's statement, 1212

Oil and Gas Industry Recognition Week Act (No. 201)

First reading, 832

Uranium industry

John T. Ryan award by Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum, Cluff Lake mine, recipient, member's statement, 1080

 

T

 

Thomson, Hon. Andrew (NDP, Regina South; Minister of Corrections and Public Safety; Minister Responsible for Information Technology)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 90-93

Agriculture

Agricultural policy framework, national policy

Recommend federal government extension of current support programs pending full development of policy framework, M. (Harpauer); amdt. (Jones); questions and comments, 457

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 273-76

Child care

Kidzone Child Care centre, Dr. A.E. Perry School, Regina, provincial funding, member's statement, 1396

Correctional centres

Regina

Conditions poor, early release, two convicted drug dealers, investigation, 1136

Inmate escapes, investigation, corrective action, 82-85

Corrections and Public Safety Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 492-98, 1122-24

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. Yates); amdt. (Dearborn); questions and answers, 1412

Environment

Sustainable community, Communities of Tomorrow partnership, National Research Council Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure Research, Regina, member's statement, 1212

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Orange Zone Challenge, Campbell Collegiate, Regina, partnership with Highways and Transportation Dept., member's statement, 1080

Information Technology Office

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1338-44

Legislative Assembly

Provide wireless access to Internet from Chamber and members' lounges as soon as possible during 2003 spring session, M. (Thomson), 358

Miscellaneous Statutes (Security Management) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 2) (No. 33)

First reading, 999

Second reading, 1120

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1601

Third reading, 1601

Miscellaneous Statutes (Security Management) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 32)

First reading, 999

Second reading, 1117-19

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1598-1601

Third reading, 1601

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1738

Motor vehicles

Theft, Regina auto theft strategy phase 2, ministerial statement (Thomson), 1303-4

Theft, Regina, increases, 1897-98

Rules and Procedures Committee

Amend order of reference to provide deadline for final report, M. (Thomson), 358

Crown Corporations Committee, outstanding business in its fourth report be redirected to Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies, M. (Thomson), 358

Modifications and amendments to practices and rules of Legislative Assembly, M. (Thomson), 358

Practices and rules recommended by Third Report and adopted by Legislative Assembly, April 3, 2003, be implemented first sitting day of next session of Legislative Assembly, M. (Thomson), 1653-54

Third report, M. (Thomson) for concurrence, 355-56

Sexual offenders

Halfway house, North Battleford, closure, completion of treatment program for inmates, 365, 830-31

Telephones

911 service, new rates, ministerial statement (Thomson), 943

Youth Justice Administration Act (No. 8)

First reading, 302

Second reading, 482-83

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1625-33

Third reading, 1642

 

Toth, Mr. Don (Saskatchewan Party, Moosomin)

4-H

Whitewood regional 4-H show and sale, June 14, 2003, member's statement, 1719

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 128-31

Agricultural Safety Net Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 36)

Second reading, 1030-32

Anniversaries

Wedding

50 years, Vince and Dorothy Dobson, Welwyn area, member's statement, 1506

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 318-22

Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

Second reading, 623-26

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1288-92

Child care

Additional spaces

Child Care Saskatchewan plan, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1225

Largest expansion in provincial history, enabling full participation in economy and social life, M. (Hamilton); amdt. (Toth), 783-86

Multilateral Framework on Early Learning and Child Care, provincial and federal government funding agreement, ministerial statement (Hagel), 214

Subsidies, increase, June 1, 2003, ministerial statement (Hagel), 1353-54

Community Resources and Employment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 485-91, 817-18, 1676-81, 1685-86, 1875-84

Condominium Property Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 27)

Second reading, 1037

Curling

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's team, Janelle Lemon, second, celebration in Maryfield, May 3, 2003, member's statement, 965

Disabled and handicapped persons

National Access Awareness Week, May 26-30, 2003, member's statement, 1216

Discrimination and racism

Faces of Racism through the Eyes of a Child, school program, Cowessess Community Education Center, Davison Elementary School, Melville, grades 3 to 6, member's statement, 1923

Easter

Greetings, member's statement, 642

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1746, 1749-52

Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 38)

Second reading, 1034-35

Government

Premier and cabinet, Assembly expresses its non-confidence, M. (Toth); amdt. (Yates), 913-22

Health care

Centres

Moosomin, new integrated health care facility, approval to proceed, ministerial statement (Nilson), 1990

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1444-45

Highways and roads

Highway No. 47

Condition, poor, 1487

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1760-62, 1919

Hockey

Achievements, Bud Holloway, Wapella-Moosomin area, member's statement, 1109-10

Hospitals

Moosomin

Request for new, fundraising, Moosomin Moose recreational hockey team, Guinness book world record, April 19, 2003, member's statement, 687

Request for new, fundraising, Moosomin Moose recreational hockey team, Guinness book world record, member's statement, 176-77

Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 26)

Second reading, 1027-28

Mental health

National Mental Health Week, May 5-11, 2003, member's statement, 878

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1737

Motor vehicles

McMillan Motor Products, Kipling, car dealership, 25th anniversary celebrations, member's statement, 1807

Parks Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 13)

Second reading, 799-801

Regulations Committee

Final report, M. (Toth) for concurrence, 1452

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Charity ball, Regina, annual fundraiser, proceeds to Saskatchewan Deaf and Hard of Hearing Services Inc., member's statement, 554

Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres

Annual meeting, June 13, 2003, keynote presentation, Diane Dupuy, founder, Famous People Players, member's statement, 1669

Saskatchewan Party

Leader's dinner, 5th annual, Saskatoon, member's statement, 39

Schools

Cowessess Community Education Centre, official opening, May 16, 2003, member's statement, 1188

Sports

Rural Sports Hall of Fame, Indian Head, induction dinner, 8th annual, member's statement, 1395

South East Saskatchewan Association for Culture, Recreation and Sport, annual awards program, 2003, member's statement, 613

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 21)

Second reading, 1023

Teacher assistants

Graduation, Southeast Regional College, hosts for Kelsey SIAST certificate program, member's statement, 1590

Theatre

Regional high school drama festival, March 27-29, Kennedy Langbank School, Kennedy, hosts, member's statement, 418

Water quality

Water treatment plant, upgraded, Kipling, official opening, June 26, 2003, member's statement, 2009

Western Christian College (Amdt.) Act, 2003 (No. 301)

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1739

Women

Mother's Day, May 11, 2003, recognition, member's statement, 993

 

Trew, Mr. Kim (NDP, Regina Coronation Park)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 85-87

Budget (March 28, 2003)

Debate

Speakers, 316-18

Condolences

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby), 65

Crown corporations

Role, historical debate 1957, Mossbank, Tommy Douglas and Ross Thatcher, re-enactment by Mossbank and District Historical Society, member's statement, 965

Economy

Growth

Projects, member's statement, 613, 686

Film industry

Galaxy Entertainment Inc., theatre complex, Regina, gala opening and fundraiser, member's statement, 1505

Food banks

thINK Food program, computer printer cartridges, collection and recycling, member's statement, 827

Health care professionals

Training, retention, recruitment

Bursaries, member's statement, 737

Hockey

World Hockey Championship, 2003, players with Saskatchewan connections, Humboldt Broncos, season successes, member's statement, 1016

Hospitals

Regina General Hospital, neonatal intensive care unit, fundraiser, Z99 radiothon, member's statement, 13-14

Retail industry

Giant Tiger store, opening, Regina, member's statement, 1720

Tourism

Saskatchewan Tourism Week, member's statement, 1347

Tributes

Benjamin, Les, federal Member of Parliament, died June 16, 2003, member's statement, 1669-70

Volunteers

SaskEnergy Community Spirit Award, Carrie-Ann Smith, Abbey, recipient, member's statement, 1268-69

 

 

V

 

Van Mulligen, Mr. Harry (NDP, Regina Victoria)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 138-42

Basketball

Balfour Redmen senior girls team, achievements, member's statement, 177

Canadian Armed Forces

HMCS Regina, return to Esquimault, BC from duty in Persian Gulf, member's statement, 1894

Committees

Forum for members' questions, member's statement, 716-17

Construction industry

Cranes, building sites, Regina, spring 2003, member's statement, 473

Crown corporations

Contributions

Economic, social, recreational, General Revenue Fund, value to Saskatchewan people, M. (Van Mulligen), 458-65

Crown Corporations Committee

Fourth report, M. (Van Mulligen) for concurrence, 145-46

Fifth report, M. (Van Mulligen) for concurrence, 1770-71

Economy

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. (Yates); amdt. (Dearborn), 1408-10

Support campaign to publicize and promote Saskatchewan, M. Yates); amdt. (Dearborn); questions and answers, 1411-13

Electricity

Deregulation and privatization, including SaskPower, will not be allowed, petitions, 1554, 1644, 1668, 1846, 2005

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall), 768-69

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 777-78

Health care

Funding

Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit, university student scholarships, member's statement, 1297

Hockey

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Melville Millionaires, member's statement, 40

Legislative Assembly

Session, commentary, member's statement, 1774, 1807

Motor vehicle insurance

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson), 1732-33

Auto Fund, maintain to avoid uncontrolled rising auto insurance rates, M. (Heppner); amdt. (Atkinson); questions and comments, 1736-37

Television

Reality shows, political parties, Saskatchewan, member's statement, 14

Tourism

Space tourism, X PRIZE, United States contest, da Vinci project, Canadian entrant with space launch site in Kindersley, member's statement, 1047

Women

Regina Transition House, Soir-e 2003, fundraiser, member's statement, 1558-59

 

 

W

 

Wakefield, Mr. Milton (Saskatchewan Party, Lloydminster)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne

Speakers, 87-90

Business

North Saskatoon Business Association, business awards dinner, sixth annual, March 25, 2003, member's statement, 177

Paragon Awards, 2003, business excellence, Regina Chamber of Commerce, member's statement, 530

Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) awards, 2003, member's statement, 1079

Crop insurance

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, and viable farming practices policy review, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 77

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 512-14

Highways and Transportation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1764

Industry and Resources Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 840-46, 1691-93

Property tax

Education tax

Reduction, petitions, 1803

Saskatchewan Research Council

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1363-66

 

Wall, Mr. Brad (Saskatchewan Party, Swift Current)

Bicycles

Theft, Swift Current, victim Alex Isinghood, 11 years old, replacement through community effort, member's statement, 906

Buildings

Galleria, Regina, federal government purchase, real estate study, release, 1456-57

Business

Swift Current Business Excellence Awards, 5th annual, May 20, 2003, Swift Current Chamber of Commerce, member's statement, 1129-30

Cattle industry

Beef-on-a-bun supper, Cypress Motors, Swift Current, hosts, support for local cattle producers, member's statement, 1671

Condolences

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby), 62-63

Crown corporations

Investments

Out-of-province, losses, 943

Out-of-province, profits, losses, 661-62

Sale, privatization, restructuring issues, 1221-23

Crown Corporations Committee

Fifth report, M. (Van Mulligen) for concurrence, 1771

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Government assets, private sector management, negotiations to establish, 1509-10, 1562-64, 1898-99

Crown lands

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 145, 355

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1858-60

Electricity

Deregulation, member's statement, 794

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall), 771-72

Production, transmission, retail markets, public ownership to limit negative impacts from deregulation, M. (Van Mulligen); amdt. (Wall); questions and comments, 777-78

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1759-60

Ethanol

Development, 1270-71

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, 1431-32

Scotia Capital review, 1271-72, 1300-1301

Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 34)

Second reading, 1277-79

Film industry

Minds Eye Pictures

Government investment, 907-9, 1674-75

Sound stage, Regina

Funding, losses, 1456

Golf

Masters Golf Tournament, Augusta, Georgia, Mike Weir of Bright's Grove, Ontario, 2003 champion, member's statement, 554-55

Government

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Promotions, 1019-21

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 520

Grain

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina

Assets sold, Crown Investments Corporation losses, 1350-51,