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4th Session, 24th Legislature

2003

 

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Abbey, Sask. See Villages and communities – Cypress Hills constituency

 

Aberdeen, Sask. See Skating – Rinks, funding, Aberdeen

 

Aboriginal Employment Development Program See Indians/First Nations – Aboriginal Employment Development Program

 

Aboriginals See Indians/First Nations

 

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE), 88

Rural development strategy, implementation, monitor, 2

 

Action plan for Saskatchewan women See Status of Women Office – Action plan for Saskatchewan women

 

Addictions See Alcohol and drug abuse

 

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, 20–36, 47–60, 85–102, 111–35, 137–44, 153–73, 214–33

Speakers

Allchurch, 226–28

Belanger, 95–99

Calvert, 228–33

Cline, 158–61

Crofford, 118–22

D'Autremont, 233

Dearborn, 168–71

Eagles, 220–23

Forbes, 112–15

Gantefoer, 155–58

Goulet, 20–30

Hagel, 165–68

Hamilton, 30–36

Heppner, 115–18

Hermanson, 47–52

Higgins, 203, 214–16

Hillson, 161–65

Huyghebaert, 122–25

Iwanchuk, 171–73

Jul้, 93–95

Lautermilch, 131–33

Lorenz, 142–43

Lorj้, 143–44, 153–55

McMorris, 99–102, 111–12

Prebble, 125–28

Sonntag, 223–26

Stewart, 216–18

Thomson, 90–93

Toth, 128–31

Trew, 85–87

Van Mulligen, 138–42

Wakefield, 87–90

Wartman, 218–20

Weekes, 134–35, 137–38

Wiberg, 52–60

Motion for consideration, moved by Mr. Goulet, seconded by Ms. Hamilton, 30; amdt. (Hermanson), 52

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 234

 

Administrative Professionals Day, April 23, 2003

Member's statement

Eagles, 657–58

Jones, 657

 

Adrian, Heinrich and Gertrude See Families – Adrian, Heinrich and Gertrude

 

Ag Dealer See Saskatchewan Telecommunications – Investments

 

Agricultural Credit Corporation of Saskatchewan

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1976

 

Agricultural fairs See Agriculture – Alameda Agricultural Society Fair

 

Agricultural implements See Farm machinery industry

 

Agricultural Implements Act

Amendments, 2

 

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

First reading

Serby, 423

Second reading

Bjornerud, 648–49

D'Autremont, 562

Harpauer, 802–4

Serby, 561

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 1003–5

Serby, 1003–5

Third reading

Serby, 1005

Royal Assent, 1242

 

Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan See APAS (Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan)

 

Agricultural products  See also Morel mushrooms; Value-added industries/products

West Central Pelleting Ltd., local funding, 143

Western Alfalfa Milling Co. Ltd., manufactured feeds, 189

 

Agricultural Safety Net Act

Amendments, 2

 

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

First reading

Serby, 972

Second reading

Harpauer, 1317–18

Hart, 1139–40

Serby, 1030

Toth, 1030–32

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 1698–1701

Serby, 1698–1701

Third reading

Hagel, 1715

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Agriculture  See also Organic agriculture; Saskatchewan Party – Agricultural policy; Seager Wheeler Maple Grove Farm

Agricultural policy framework, national policy, 2, 185–86, 343–45, 350, 381–83, 1383–84, 1956–58

Agreement of implementation, commitment

Harpauer, 181

Serby, 181

Expression of intent, signed, 247, 280

Harpauer, 180–81

Serby, 180–81, 241

Provincial funding

Harpauer, 241

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

Bjornerud, 453–55

Dearborn, 456–57

Harpauer, 447–49

Hart, 449–50

Jones, 450–51

Serby, 455–56

Sonntag, 451–53

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

Bjornerud, 458

Dearborn, 457–58

Harpauer, 457

Hart, 457–58

Jones, 457

Serby, 457–58

Sonntag, 457–58

Thomson, 457

Risk management, 807–10

Risk management program, administration, 1844

Transition fund, date of allocation, 1873

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

D'Autremont, 1670

Funding, 281, 333, 383

Hermanson, 255

Canadian Farm Income Program, expired, 383

Serby, 255

Decrease, 263, 272, 286–87, 350, 366

Decrease, effects, 343, 378–79

Decrease, public criticism, 373

Government policies, criticism, 201–2, 222, 277, 278, 287

Issues, Saskatchewan Party knowledge, member's statement

Hamilton, 106

Pests, grasshoppers  See Crop insurance – Grasshopper control; Crop insurance – Grasshopper spray penalty

Research and technology, funding, decrease, 343

Subsidies to counter United States protectionism, 1384–85

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

Harpauer, 1806

 

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 540–49, 804–14, 1371–85, 1830–44, 1873–75, 1976

Allchurch, 1836–37

Brkich, 547–48

D'Autremont, 1840–43

Elhard, 811–14, 1371–78

Harpauer, 540–44, 548–49, 807–10, 1378–85, 1830–31, 1837–38, 1844, 1873–74

Hart, 804–7, 1831–36

Jul้, 1838–40

Lorenz, 544–48

Serby, 540–49, 804–14, 1371–85, 1830–44, 1873–75

Weekes, 1874

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 1977

Funding

Serby, 241

Funding, increase

Harpauer, 241

Information technology services, integration with Dept. of Highways and Transportation, 1840–44

Staff, transfers from SaskWater, 548

 

Agri-Food Equity Fund, 1873–74

 

Ag-West Biotech Inc. See Biotechnology – Bioscience awards

 

Air cadets See Cadets

 

Air forces See Canadian Armed Forces – Royal Canadian Air Force

 

Aircraft

Government, aviation fleet, 1389–90

 

Alcohol and drug abuse

Single parents, assistance programs, 1682–84

 

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

First reading

Osika, 972

Second reading

Bakken, 1274–76

D'Autremont, 1333–36

Heppner, 1333

Huyghebaert, 1196–97

Osika, 1028–29

Weekes, 1029–30

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bakken, 1704–11

Osika, 1704–11

Third reading

Hagel, 1715

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Alida, Sask. See Fundraising

 

Ambulance service

Dispatch coordination, 6

Fees, 338

Fees, rural areas

Hillson, 1301–2

Nilson, 1302

Vehicles, 338

Vehicles, upgrade, standardized fees

Hillson, 1459

Nilson, 1459

 

Anniversaries

Residency, Dutch immigrant, Simon Vanderstoel, 50 years, member's statement

Stewart, 1504–5

Wedding

50 years, Vince and Dorothy Dobson, Welwyn area, member's statement

Toth, 1506

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

Dearborn, 1505

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

Gantefoer, 236

 

APAS (Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan)

Budget, reaction, 272

 

APF See Agriculture – Agricultural policy framework

 

Apprenticeship training See Training programs – Apprenticeship system

 

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 1) (No. 12)

First reading

Melenchuk, 438

Second reading

Melenchuk, 438

Third reading

Melenchuk, 438

Royal Assent, 438

 

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 2) (No. 42)

First reading

Melenchuk, 1241–42

Second reading

Melenchuk, 1242

Third reading

Melenchuk, 1242

Royal Assent, 1242

 

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 3) (No. 44)

First reading

Melenchuk, 2021

Second reading

Melenchuk, 2021

Third reading

Melenchuk, 2021

Royal Assent, 2021

 

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

 

Armed Forces See Canadian Armed Forces

 

Army cadets See Cadets

 

ARND (Alcohol-related neurological disorders) See Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

 

Art/Artists  See also Authors; Dance; Ministerial Advisory Committee on the Status of the Artist

Artist in residence program, funding, 900

Artist in residence program, selection process, 902

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

Crofford, 1130

E.A. Rawlinson Centre See also YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association) – Prince Albert

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

Lautermilch, 324–25

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

Jones, 857

 

Assyrians See Culture – Assyrian community

 

Athletics

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

Jul้, 501

 

Authors  See also Books

City of Regina Writing Award, 2003, Trevor Herriot, recipient, member's statement

McCall, 994

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

Hagel, 555

 

Auto insurance See Motor vehicle insurance

 

Automobiles See Motor vehicles

 

Awards See Authors; Business; Honours and awards; Human resources; St. John Ambulance; Volunteers

 

B

 

 

Bands See Music - Musicians, bands

 

Baseball

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

Elhard, 441

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

Eagles, 1186

Ed Thoen, Birch Hills, inductee, Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, August 15, 2003, member's statement

Wiberg, 1428

 

Basketball

Balfour Redmen senior girls team, achievements, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 177

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

Brkich, 360

 

Batoche Days See M้tis - M้tis Nation of Saskatchewan, Back to Batoche Days festival

 

Battleford-Cut Knife Constituency By-election Act (No. 2)

First reading

Serby, 19

Second reading

Serby, 20

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 20

Third reading

Serby, 20

Royal Assent, 20

 

Beef industry See Cattle industry

 

Benjamin, Les See Tributes - Benjamin, Les

 

Bicycles

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

Bakken, 793

Theft, Swift Current, victim Alex Isinghood, 11 years old, replacement through community effort, member's statement

Wall, 906

 

Biggar See Parks - Sandra Schmirler Olympic Gold Park, Biggar

 

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

*301. Western Christian College (Amdt.) Act, 2003. McCall

 

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

*No. 1. Saskatoon Fairview Constituency By-election Act. Serby

*No. 2. Battleford-Cut Knife Constituency By-election Act. Serby

*No. 3. Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003. Hagel

*No. 4. SaskEnergy Amdt. Act, 2003. Sonntag

*No. 5. Teachers Superannuation and Disability Benefits Amdt. Act, 2003. Junor

*No. 6. Podiatry Act. Nilson

*No. 7. Occupational Therapists Amdt. Act, 2003. Nilson

*No. 8. Youth Justice Administration Act. Thomson

*No. 9. Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003. Serby

*No. 10. Saskatchewan 4-H Foundation Amdt. Act, 2003. Serby

*No. 11. Municipal Employees' Pension Amdt. Act, 2003. Melenchuk

*No. 12. Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 1). Melenchuk

*No. 13. Parks Amdt. Act, 2003. Belanger

*No. 14. Registered Nurses Amdt. Act, 2003. Nilson

*No. 15. Saskatchewan Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003. Cline

*No. 16. Coroners Amdt. Act, 2003. Cline

*No. 17. Land Surveys Amdt. Act, 2003. Cline

*No. 18. Workers' Compensation Amdt. Act, 2003. Higgins

*No. 19. Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2003. Crofford

*No. 20. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amdt. Act, 2003. Hagel

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

*No. 22. Pharmacy Amdt. Act, 2003. Nilson

*No. 23. Cities Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

*No. 24. Northern Municipalities Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

*No. 25. Personal Care Homes Amdt. Act, 2003. Nilson

*No. 26. Income Tax Amdt. Act, 2003. Melenchuk

*No. 27. Condominium Property Amdt. Act, 2003. Cline

*No. 28. Health Information Protection Amdt. Act, 2003. Nilson

*No. 29. Non-profit Corporations Amdt. Act, 2003. Cline

*No. 30. Pawned Property (Recording) Act. Cline

*No. 31. Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

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

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

*No. 34. Film Employment Tax Credit Amdt. Act, 2003. Crofford

*No. 35. Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

*No. 36. Agricultural Safety Net Amdt. Act, 2003. Serby

*No. 37. Crop Insurance Amdt. Act, 2003. Serby

*No. 38. Farm Financial Stability Amdt. Act, 2003. Serby

*No. 39. Municipal Revenue Sharing Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

*No. 40. Rural Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

*No. 41. Urban Municipality Amdt. Act, 2003. Osika

*No. 42. Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 2). Melenchuk

*No. 43. Forest Resources Management Amdt. Act, 2003. Belanger

*No. 44. Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 3). Melenchuk

*No. 45. Carrot River Valley Constituency By-election Act. Serby

No. 201. Oil and Gas Industry Recognition Week Act. Stewart

No. 202. Water Quality Recognition Day Act. Brkich

 

Bingo See Games

 

Biosphere reserves

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Redberry Lake, school program, funding, 368

 

Biotechnology

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

Jones, 1110-11

 

Boards See Business - Boards

 

Books  See also Authors

Canada Book Day, April 23, 2003, member's statement

Nilson, 658

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

Jul้, 1895

 

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy See Cattle industry - Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

 

Bowling

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

Lorenz, 472

 

Bridges See Highways and roads - Bridges

 

Broomball

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

Jul้, 1187

 

BSE See Cattle industry - Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

 

Budget  See also Economy

Balanced, 53, 274-75, 279, 339, 376

Calvert, 238

Melenchuk, 212

Balanced, 10th consecutive, 246, 280, 287-88, 305, 411

Building for the future, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 254

Canadian dollar See also Economy - Canadian dollar

Value increases against American dollar, effects, 869-68

Deficit, 314, 366, 409

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

Deficit, Minding the Public Purse by Janice MacKinnon, 265

Economic indicators  See Economy - Growth - Indicators

Leak, 276-77, 303

Early tabling

Hermanson, 108

Newspapers

Hermanson, 106-7

Printing company, security guards

Hillson, 110

Resignation call, Minister of Finance

Hermanson, 107

Off-loading, 266

Planning, allegory, 369-70

Printing

Melenchuk, 110

Process, assumptions, 282-83, 285

Reaction, negative and positive, 259

Hermanson, 254, 256

Melenchuk, 254, 256

Release

Calvert, 110-11

Speculation

Calvert, 107

 

Budget (March 28, 2003)  See also Specific subjects

Melenchuk, 243-48

Debate, 248-49, 258-83, 285-91, 302-22, 333-54, 366-87, 396-414

Speakers

Addley, 374-77

Atkinson, 345-48

Belanger, 322, 333-36

Bjornerud, 371-74

Brkich, 348-52

Crofford, 266-70

D'Autremont, 402-6

Dearborn, 313-16

Draude, 302-5

Elhard, 308-11

Forbes, 339-42

Goulet, 305-8

Hagel, 311-13

Hamilton, 398-402

Harpauer, 342-45

Hart, 282-83, 285-87

Higgins, 279-82

Hillson, 336-39

Huyghebaert, 409-11

Jul้, 264-66

Krawetz, 248-49, 258-64

Lorenz, 377-79

McMorris, 270-73

Melenchuk, 411-14

Prebble, 352-54

Serby, 379-85

Sonntag, 406-9

Thomson, 273-76

Toth, 318-22

Trew, 316-18

Wartman, 368-71

Weekes, 366-68

Wiberg, 385-87, 396-98

Yates, 287-91

Estimates  See Estimates; Estimates under individual departments

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

Lautermilch, 249-50

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

Krawetz, 264

 

Building independence programs See Families - Building independence programs

 

Buildings

Galleria, Regina, federal government purchase, real estate study, release

Osika, 1456-57

Wall, 1456-57

Government building space, Meadow Lake, construction, partnership, 225

Legislative Building, Regina

Outside front handrails, deterioration, member's statement

Heppner, 736-37

Reconstruction work, 1390

Skateboarding damage, 748

Luther Academy, Melville  See Museums

McIntosh Mall, Prince Albert, relocation of Saskatchewan Environment and Resource Management offices to Saskatchewan Forest Centre, 638-39

Prince Albert, ownership, leases, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 1390-91

Regina, ownership, leases, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 1391

 

Burrowing owl

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

Hagel, 1670-71

 

Buses

Private enterprise, 116-17

 

Business  See also Retail industry

Boards, membership, women, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 686

Contribution to economy, 188

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

Brkich, 762

Development, private sector investment, 4

Government ventures  See Investment - Government

Incorporations, increase, 2

Junior Achievement of Northern Saskatchewan, Business Hall of Fame awards, March 15, 2003, member's statement

Weekes, 13

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

Hamilton, 325-26

Medium-sized, economic contribution, 3

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

Higgins, 1158-59

Stewart, 1158

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

Hillson, 937

North Saskatoon Business Association, business awards dinner, sixth annual, March 25, 2003, member's statement

Wakefield, 177

Paragon Awards, 2003, business excellence, Regina Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Wakefield, 530

Wartman, 530

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

Addley, 208

Premier's business luncheon, 3rd annual, May 22, 2003, member's statement

Yates, 1158

Rural, difficulties, 410

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

Lautermilch, 643

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

Atkinson, 1079-80

Wakefield, 1079

Swift Current Business Excellence Awards, 5th annual, May 20, 2003, Swift Current Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Wall, 1129-30

Taxation

Corporation capital tax, reduction, 91, 222, 267, 413

Reduction, 91

Reduction for 2004 and 2005, 262

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

Hamilton, 147

Wholesale  See Morel mushrooms

Youth Business Excellence Awards, 2003, Newsask Community Futures Development Corporation, hosts, Kelvington-Wadena constituency award winners, member's statement

Draude

1428

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

Lorenz, 905

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

Lorenz, 1617-18

 

Business districts

Urban reserves, issues, 163

 

Business Watch International See Saskatchewan Telecommunications - Investments - Losses - Business Watch International

 

By-elections  See also Battleford-Cut Knife Constituency By-election Act (No. 2); Carrot River Valley Constituency By-election Act (No. 45); Saskatoon Fairview Constituency By-election Act (No. 1)

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

Lorenz, 39-40

Carrot River Valley constituency

Calvert, 1270

D'Autremont, 1270

Carrot River Valley constituency, campaign

Jul้, 2012

Lautermilch, 2012

Certificates of election, tabling, Saskatoon Fairview constituency, Battleford-Cut Knife constituency, 692

Government advertising, by-election campaign

D'Autremont, 1926-27

Lautermilch, 1927-28

Saskatoon-Fairview constituency, appreciation, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 39

 

 

C

 

Cabinet See Government - Premier and cabinet

 

Cadets

Army Cadet League of Canada (Saskatchewan)

390 1st Battalion North Saskatchewan Regiment, Prince Albert, ceremonial review, 90th annual, May 21, 2003, member's statement

Wiberg, 1159

Royal Canadian Air Cadets

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

Gantefoer, 1558

 

Call centres

Regina, proprietary training, StarTAC, 1871

Regina, proprietary training, StarTAC, funding source, 1970

 

Campgrounds

Little Bear Lake Campground, Choiceland, storage sheds, provincial park policy, 1744-45

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, leased

Belanger, 1083-84

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, leased, attempts to purchase

McMorris, 1082-83

McLean Trans-Canada Campground, open for summer 2003

McMorris, 1084

 

Campus Saskatchewan See Education, post-secondary - Campus Saskatchewan

 

Canada. Governor General See Governor General

 

Canada Criminal Code

Lobby for changes, Students Against Drunk Driving, Swift Current, 693-94

 

Canada health council

Establishment, provincial support, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Gantefoer, 1302-3

Hillson, 1303

Nilson, 1302

 

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation See Housing - Affordable - Northern Saskatchewan

 

Canada Youth Criminal Justice Act

Implementation, adequate resources, 337-38

Proclamation, April 1, 2003, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 253-54

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program, 401, 703  See also Water quality - Funding, Canada-Saskatchewan Infrastructure Program

Applications, approvals, 706-7

Applications, Perdue, rejections, 137

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program See Students - Loans - Canada-Saskatchewan Integrated Student Loans Program

 

Canadian Armed Forces

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

Higgins, 1048

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

Huyghebaert, 1327

HMCS Regina, return to Esquimault, BC from duty in Persian Gulf, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1894

Order of Military Merit, appointments, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 1825

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

Brkich, 1396

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

Huyghebaert, 685

 

Canadian Bible College and Canadian Theological Seminary See Education, post-secondary - Degree granting, Canadian Bible College and Canadian Theological Seminary

 

Canadian Cancer Society  See also Cancer

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

Gantefoer, 1159

 

Canadian Diabetes Association See Health care - Diabetes

 

Canadian Light Source Inc. See Synchrotron

 

Canadian Wheat Board  See also Grain - Tariffs on Canadian Wheat Board

Structure, 1205-6

 

Cancer  See also Canadian Cancer Society; Physicians/Doctors - Oncologists

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

Lorj้, 613-14

 

Canoeing See Health care - Diabetes - Fundraising, women paddling voyageur canoes

 

Car theft See Motor vehicles - Theft

 

Carbon sinks See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Carbon sinks

 

Carriere, Murdoch See Public service - Sexual harassment - Murdoch Carriere case

 

Carrot River Valley Constituency By-election Act (No. 45)

First reading

Serby, 2018

Second reading

Serby, 2018

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2018

Third reading

Serby, 2018

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Casinos See Gambling; Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation - Employment equity, Regina and Moose Jaw casinos

Casino Moose Jaw  See Tourism - Saskatchewan Tourism Awards of Excellence

 

Catholic Women's League of Canada See Women - Catholic Women's League of Canada

 

Cattle industry  See also Food processing industry; 4-H - Regional Finished Beef Show and Sale

Beef, imports

Serby, 1987

Beef, 10-year production strategy, 2, 124, 172, 188

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

Higgins, 1824

Beef-on-a-bun supper, Cypress Motors, Swift Current, hosts, support for local cattle producers, member's statement

Wall, 1671

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy, 1378-83, 1959-60

Canadian Food Inspection Agency, criticism, federal Member of Parliament

Hermanson, 1620

Serby, 1620

Compensation, 1205, 1381-83

Calvert, 1483-84

Harpauer, 1397

Hermanson, 1350, 1483-84, 1507

Lautermilch, 1507

McMorris, 1398

Serby, 1350, 1397, 1484

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

Bjornerud, 1517-18

Harpauer, 1514-16

Hermanson, 1511-13

Higgins, 1518

Hillson, 1518-19

Lautermilch, 1513-14

Sonntag, 1516-17

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

Hagel, 1519

Compensation, federal-provincial package

Calvert, 1618-19

Harpauer, 1721-22, 1928-29

Hermanson, 1618-19, 1671-72

Serby, 1672, 1721-22, 1928-29

Compensation, federal-provincial package, administration

Hermanson, 1825-27

Serby, 1825-27

Compensation, federal-provincial package, details

Harpauer, 1774-77

Serby, 1774-77

Compensation, purebred animals

Serby, 1486

Stewart, 1485

Compensation, western emergency package

Calvert, 1592-93

Harpauer, 1559-60

Hermanson, 1592-93

Lautermilch, 1559-61

Consultations, advisory committee

Calvert, 1132

Hermanson, 1132

Serby, 1132

Employment Insurance applications, waive waiting period

Calvert, 1348-49

Hermanson, 1348-49

Higgins, 1300

McMorris, 1300

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

Calvert, 1648

Higgins, 1648

McMorris, 1648

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)

Calvert, 1307-8

D'Autremont, 1312-14

Harpauer, 1310-11

Higgins, 1309-10

Hillson, 1308-9

Lorenz, 1306-7

McMorris, 1304-6

Serby, 1311-12

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)

Hagel, 1314-15

Farms, quarantine

Harpauer, 1189

Serby, 1189

Farms, quarantine, Baldwinton

Lorenz, 1189-90

Serby, 1190

Farms, restocking, 1382

Lorenz, 1269

Serby, 1269

Impact, interprovincial trade

Harpauer, 1298-99

Serby, 1298-99

Impact, Ontario position to ban western Canadian beef

Hermanson, 1328-31

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

Hermanson, 1333

Impact, trade, 1204-5

Impact, workers

McMorris, 1299

Serby, 1299-1300

Import ban, Japan, South Korea

Calvert, 1928

Harpauer, 1777, 1850, 1928

Serby, 1777-78, 1850

Import ban, United States, 1379-80

Calvert, 1593

Harpauer, 1397-98

Hermanson, 1160, 1332, 1349, 1593

Lorenz, 1269-70

Serby, 1160, 1270, 1332, 1349-50, 1397-98

Import ban, United States, other countries

Hermanson, 1218-20

Serby, 1218-20

Import ban, United States, removal

Harpauer, 1722, 1849-50

Hermanson, 1506, 1672-73, 1827

Lautermilch, 1506

Serby, 1673, 1722, 1827, 1849-51

International panel of scientists, review, report, recommendations

Bjornerud, 2013

Serby, 2013

Investigation, assistance

Hermanson, 1132

Serby, 1132-33

Issues, Standing Committee on Agriculture, regular meetings

Hermanson, 1895-96

Link to chronic wasting disease, transmittal concerns

Hermanson, 1161

Serby, 1161

Member's statement

Elhard, 1347-48

National issue

Serby, 1328-32, 1895-96

Rendering businesses  See Livestock industry - Rendering businesses

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

Harpauer, 1904-8

Serby, 1908-11

Stewart, 1902-4

Tracing, animal slaughter

Serby, 1484-85

Stewart, 1484-85

Tracing, Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Harpauer, 1188-89

Serby, 1188-89

Tracing, eradication, assistance to Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Hermanson, 1160-61

Serby, 1160-61

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

Harpauer, 1136-37

Serby, 1136

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

Bjornerud, 1225-27

Hermanson, 1227-28

Hillson, 1234-35

Jul้, 1235-36

Serby, 1228-31

Weekes, 1231-34

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

Lautermilch, 1242

Grazing lands  See Parks - Provincial - Moose Mountain, grazing lands

Statements by Prime Minister, negative effects, United States

Calvert, 1298

D'Autremont, 1297-98

Support

Bakken, 2013-14

Serby, 2013-14

Weyburn Livestock Exchange, new management, member's statement

Bakken, 1217

 

CBOs See Community-based organizations

 

CCF See Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

 

CCP See Farm land - Conservation Cover Program (CCP)

 

CCTA See Crown Construction Tendering Agreement

 

Centenarians

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

Jul้, 1670

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

Hart, 1557

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

Harpauer, 41

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

Gantefoer, 736

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

Allchurch, 659

 

Centenary Capital Fund, 7  See also Water quality - Funding

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1977

 

Centennial Summer Student Employment Program, 120, 245, 341

 

Centennials

Bohrson family farm, Hanley area, member's statement

Brkich, 857-58

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

Elhard, 825

Provincial, 32

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

Crofford, 620

Hermanson, 620

Hillson, 620-21

Regina, June 19, 2003, member's statement

D'Autremont, 1773

McCall, 1805

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

Jul้, 1848

Towns, cities, 2003, celebrations, 1

 

Central Vehicle Agency

Costs, departmental, 1389

Fleet, 1387

Purchasing, 1387-88

Vehicle access, eligibility, 1388-89

 

Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure Research, Regina See Environment - Sustainable community

 

Certificates of election See By-elections - Certificates of election

 

Chamber of Commerce, Moose Jaw See Business - MJBEX Awards for Business Excellence

 

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

 

Chamber of Commerce, Regina See Business - Paragon Awards, 2003, business excellence

 

Chamber of Commerce, Swift Current See Business - Swift Current Business Excellence Awards

 

Child and Family Services Act

Amendments, kinship care, 7, 119, 166, 313, 486

 

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

First reading

Hagel, 111

Second reading

D'Autremont, 480-81

Draude, 862-64

Hagel, 478-80

McMorris, 1000-1001

Toth, 623-26

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Hagel, 1288-92

Jul้, 1291

Toth, 1288-92

Third reading

Hagel, 1292

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Child care

Additional spaces, 268, 274, 281, 289, 306, 317, 340, 348, 352, 413

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

Hagel, 1224-25

Toth, 1225

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

Dearborn, 786-89

Hamilton, 778-81

Prebble, 781-83

Toth, 783-86

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

Hagel, 213

Toth, 214

Provincial and federal government funding agreement, 230, 247, 312

Provincial and federal government funding agreement, member's statement

Hamilton, 253

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

Atkinson, 1217

Daycare centres in schools, 1522

Kidzone Child Care centre, Dr. A.E. Perry School, Regina, provincial funding, member's statement

Thomson, 1396

Programs, funding, 4, 167, 172

Programs, funding, administration, 1883-84

Subsidies, increase, 247, 348, 352, 374

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

Hagel, 1353

Toth, 1353-54

 

Child tax credit See Income - Child tax credit, expansion

 

Children

Abused See also below Prostitution, protection

Protection, 313

Services, 819-20

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

Draude, 1213

Early development programs

Funding, 1521-22

Health Dept. funding, 1180-81

Kids First program, 4, 114, 127, 167, 193, 247, 268, 340, 752, 1678

Kids First program, funding, 312-13, 408

High-risk, targeted programs, funding, 402, 413

Orphanages, Romania  See Volunteers - Orphanages, Romania

Poverty, reduction, 166, 288, 312

Prostitution, customers, correction program, 891

Prostitution, protection

Cline, 1401

Hagel, 1400-1401

Jul้, 1400-1401

Comprehensive strategy, development, 888-89

Emergencies, vehicle seizure, police protective actions, 889-90

Emergency protection legislation, vehicle seizure, effectiveness, 887-88

Safe house, Regina, partnership, funding, 313

Safe house, Regina, status, 819

Safe houses, staff training, 819

Services, 1285-87

Services, funding, 890-91

Protection

Custody, child testimony, 1533-34

Mental health needs, youth, specific case involving Child Advocate, 491-92

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

Kasperski, 1590

Summer programs  See Community Initiatives Fund - Grants

 

Chronic wasting disease

Control practices, 1475-76

Game farm herds, status, compensation, 1874

Game farm herds, testing, 1476

Incidence, mule deer, whitetail deer, 1474

Road-kill, testing, 1475-76

Transmission between species, 1477

Winter hunt, Saskatchewan Landing area, issues, 1474-75

 

Churches

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

Gantefoer, 390

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

Eagles, 1559

 

Cities Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 23)

First reading

Osika, 862

Second reading

D'Autremont, 1089-90

Osika, 1088-89

Weekes, 1165

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Bjornerud, 1659-60

Osika, 1658-60

Third reading

Osika, 1665

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Cities and towns  See also Rural communities

Saskatoon, fast growth, competitive, 376

Saskatoon, taxes, charges, lowest of 10 Canadian cities surveyed, 246

 

Civil service See Public service

 

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

 

Coal  See also Electricity; Energy

Clean coal technologies, study, 1687

Clean coal technologies, study, funding, 5

Northern Saskatchewan, 56-57

 

Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education See Education - Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education

 

Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada

Expenses, member's statement

Bakken, 1847

 

Committees

Forum for members' questions, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 716-17

 

Committees, special See Regulations Committee; Rules and Procedures Committee

 

Committees, standing  See also Communication Committee; Crown Corporations Committee; Estimates Committee; Public Accounts Committee

Changes, roles, responsibilities, 1, 32

 

Communication Committee

Fourth report, M. (Jones) for concurrence

Jones, 1668-69

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

Lautermilch, 1085

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

Lautermilch, 1085

 

Communities of Tomorrow See Environment - Sustainable community

 

Community Initiatives Fund, 676-81  See also Regional intersectoral committees

Allocations, provincial centennial, 2005, 8, 676

Grants

Moose Jaw and area groups, member's statement

Higgins, 1217-18

Regina, Rainbow Youth Centre, Sacred Heart Community School, member's statement

McCall, 1847-48

Saskatoon, summer programs, member's statement

Junor, 1327-28

Yorkton, summer programs, member's statement

Serby, 1923-24

Programs, funding, 246, 408, 899-900

Project selection process, 676-78, 680-81

Source funding, Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation casino profits, 25 percent, 900

Transfer to General Revenue Fund

Crofford, 535

Huyghebaert, 534-35

 

Community Resources and Employment Department

Community Living Division, funding, 313

Emergency financial supports, 490-91

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 485-92, 814-21, 1283-88, 1676-86, 1875-85, 1977

Bakken, 814-16

Hagel, 485, 487-92, 814-21, 1284-88, 1676-86, 1875-85

Hart, 1682-84

Jul้, 819-20, 1284-87

Toth, 485-91, 817-18, 1676-81, 1685-86, 1875-84

Wiberg, 1875

Goals

Economic independence, self-reliance, 311-12

Inclusion in families and communities, 312-13

Name change from Dept. of Social Services, greater responsibilities, 486-88

Vision, 311

 

Community schools See Schools - Community schools

 

Community-based organizations, 402

Program delivery, grants, contracts, 7

Salaries, 247, 337, 1882-83

 

CommunityNet

e-learning, 984-85

Government use, 1339

Management control, 1340-41

Security issues, 1339-40

 

Condolences  See also Tributes

Communication, M. (Calvert)

Calvert, 1902

Communication, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 76

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

Belanger, 70-71

Bjornerud, 71-72

Draude, 69-70

Gantefoer, 75-76

Goulet, 75

Harper, 72

Hermanson, 66-67

Hillson, 72

Kasperski, 72-73

Lorj้, 73-75

Serby, 67-69

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

Calvert, 1900-1901

D'Autremont, 1902

Hermanson, 1901

Melenchuk, 1901-2

Penner, John (former MLA), M. (Serby)

Atkinson, 65-66

Cline, 63-64

Lautermilch, 64-65

Serby, 60-62

Trew, 65

Wall, 62-63

 

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

First reading

Nilson, 972

Second reading

Cline, 1035-37

D'Autremont, 1144-45

Krawetz, 1320-22

Toth, 1037

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1465-71

Krawetz, 1465-71

Third reading

Cline, 1473

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Conservation Cover Program (CCP) See Farm land - Conservation Cover Program (CCP)

 

Constituency boundaries

Changes

Arm River, 348

Last Mountain-Touchwood, 183

Meadow Lake, 224

Rosthern, 116

Shellbrook-Spiritwood, 226

Swift Current, 194-95

Thunder Creek, 216

Weyburn-Big Muddy, 200

 

Construction industry

Cranes, building sites, Regina, spring 2003, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 473

 

Construction Industry Labour Relations Act

Double-breasting issue, 731-32

 

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

Regina Manifesto, critique, 122-23, 216-17, 221-22

 

Coroners Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 16)

First reading

Cline, 478

Second reading

Cline, 564-65

Draude, 649-50

Heppner, 836-37

Weekes, 565

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1520-21

Heppner, 1520-21

Third reading

Cline, 1521

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Corporate tax See Business - Taxation

 

Corporation income tax

Reduction, 246

 

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

 

Correction of printed errors in Hansard See Corrigendum

 

Correctional centres

Inmates, number, 701

Inmates, transportation, escorts, side arms, 1542-43

Overtime costs, Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, 494-95, 1122

Overtime costs, Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, increases, rationale, 1123-24

Prince Albert, disturbance, investigation, 1122-23

Public safety issues, 94

Regina

Conditions poor, early release, two convicted drug dealers

Heppner, 1135

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

Thomson, 1136

Facilities, renovations, 1533

Inmate escapes, guards, supervision

Huyghebaert, 82-84

Inmate escapes, investigation, corrective action

Thomson, 82-85

Inmate escapes, investigation, report, 495-96

Inmate escapes, managers warned by guards of danger of holding inmates in auditorium, 496-98

Lockdown, Easter weekend, 1122

Shift trading, 16-hour shifts, 495

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

Allchurch, 1983-84

 

Correctional services

Corrections Exemplary Service awards, April 28, 2003, member's statement

Yates, 761-62

 

Corrections and Public Safety Department  See also Justice Department

Budget, increases, staffing, inmate counts, 493-94

Budget, new base, 493

Creation, amalgamation of adult and youth corrections, 692-93

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 492-98, 1121-25, 1977

Huyghebaert, 492-98, 1122-24

Thomson, 492-98, 1122-24

Wiberg, 1122-23

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 1977

Funding, transfers, departmental creation, 2002, 492-93

Staff, moonlighting, 498

 

Corrigendum

61A, June 18, 2003, 1801

 

Council of Ministers of Education, Canada See Education - Council of Ministers of Education, Canada

 

Craig Wireless International Inc. See Saskatchewan Telecommunications - Investments - Losses

 

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

 

Credit rating See Government - Credit rating

 

Criminal Code See Canada Criminal Code

 

Critical habitat wildlife lands See Indians/First Nations - Treaty land entitlements - Critical habitat wildlife lands

 

Crop insurance  See also Agriculture - Agricultural policy framework, national policy - Risk management

Canada-Saskatchewan Adjustment Program (CSAP), 1385

Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program (CSAP II), 1385

Claims, 2002 crop, 540, 1830-31

Debt increase, 342, 350

Deficit

Management, 541-44

Management, amortization formula, 542-43

Drought, 2002, record payments, 2, 275

Farm assessments, 547-48

Good experience discount, 544-45

Grasshopper control, 1831-33

Harpauer, 1827-29

Serby, 1828-29

Grasshopper spray penalty, reassessment, and viable farming practices policy review, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance, petitions, 37, 77, 103

Brkich, 11, 37

Wakefield, 77

Hail coverage, removal, 548-49

Participation, enhancements, 545-47

Premiums, 544

Discount

Serby, 910

Increase, 88, 129, 170, 263, 350, 366

Harpauer, 42-43

Serby, 43

Surcharge

Harpauer, 909-10

Program

Serby, 42-43

Rainfall, excessive, RM of Sasman No. 336

Draude, 911

Serby, 911

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance reverse 2003 premium changes, restore affordable premiums, petitions, 205, 323, 355, 389, 415, 439, 471, 499, 529, 580, 612, 642, 655, 684, 714, 734, 760, 792, 824, 853, 876, 904, 936, 964, 992, 1108, 1128, 1156, 1210, 1215, 1346, 1393, 1426, 1452, 1480, 1502, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1770, 1804, 1892, 1982, 2007

Allchurch, 175, 355, 389, 471, 499, 684, 714, 734, 760, 792, 824, 853, 936, 964, 1078, 1108, 1186, 1210, 1425, 1479-80, 1588-89, 2007

Bakken, 551, 611, 853, 1921

Brkich, 760, 823, 853, 904, 1127, 1452, 1615, 1644, 1769

Dearborn, 439, 551, 713-14, 791, 963-64, 1078

Draude, 853, 875

Eagles, 733, 963, 1077, 1717

Elhard, 439, 551, 655, 683, 935, 1325, 1345, 1393, 1425, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1643

Harpauer, 471, 875, 1107

Hermanson, 579, 611, 641, 683, 733, 759, 791

McMorris, 293

Weekes, 323, 415, 471, 552, 684, 876, 1186, 1325, 1393-94, 1452, 1502, 1845, 1982, 2006-7

 

Crop Insurance Act

Amendments, 2

 

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

First reading

Serby, 972

Second reading

Harpauer, 1318-19

Lorenz, 1140-42

Serby, 1032

Weekes, 1032-33

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 1701-2

Serby, 1701-2

Third reading

Hagel, 1715

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Crown Construction Tendering Agreement, 729-31, 1099-98

Nullification, replacement by tendering guidelines, 729-30

 

Crown corporations, 86-87, 92-93, 127-28, 317, 375  See also Names of specific crown corporations

Accountability

Calvert, 995-96

Sonntag, 663

Accountability, profits, benefits

Calvert, 1428-30

Annual financial reports, complete, public

Krawetz, 663

Board members, appointment, procedural change, 197

Changes, decision-making processes, 1954

Competition, private enterprise, 168-69, 196-97, 217, 265, 315-16

Competition, small business, 134

Contributions

Communities, 34-35

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

Atkinson, 465-69

Van Mulligen, 458-65

Economy, 4, 34, 131, 159, 172, 371, 406-8

Calvert, 995

Economy, member's statement

McCall, 147-48

Core responsibilities, restoration, 49, 196

Core responsibilities, restoration, critique, 407

Debt, 870-71

Dividends

Krawetz, 663-64

Melenchuk, 664

Sonntag, 687-89, 719-21

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

Calvert, 559-60

Cline, 559

Krawetz, 559

Melenchuk, 559

Information release, 1938-40

Investments

Sonntag, 1112-13

Diversification

Sonntag, 661

International, head office locations

Hillson, 691

International, moratorium, 197

Losses, 134, 217, 221, 222, 336-37, 410

Losses, accountability

Hermanson, 1428-30

Non-core, elimination, proceeds to debt, 197

Out-of-province, 1937-38

Out-of-province, losses

D'Autremont, 1111-13

Sonntag, 943

Wall, 943

Out-of-province, profits, losses

Wall, 661-62

In Saskatchewan

Sonntag, 691

Private sector, partnerships

Sonntag, 1509-10

Public ownership, public utilities, public investment

Calvert, 1900

Review, 197

Role, historical debate 1957, Mossbank, Tommy Douglas and Ross Thatcher, re-enactment by Mossbank and District Historical Society, member's statement

Trew, 965

Sale, privatization, allegation

Cline, 558

Sonntag, 556-57, 662, 688-91, 741, 798

Sale, privatization, restructuring issues

Sonntag, 1221-23

Wall, 1221-23

Structure, 1932

Utility infrastructure, extension, renewal, 3, 243

 

Crown Corporations Committee  See also Rules and Procedures Committee - Crown Corporations Committee, outstanding business

Fourth report, M. (Van Mulligen) for concurrence

Van Mulligen, 145-46

Fifth report, M. (Van Mulligen) for concurrence

Van Mulligen, 1770-71

Wall, 1771

 

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Advisory committee, creation, authorization

Hermanson, 1985-86

Nilson, 1986

Advisory committee, creation, report, 1932-34, 1936

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1980

Government assets, private sector management, negotiations to establish

Wall, 1509-10, 1562-64, 1898-99

Industrial Interests Inc.

Privatization, 1936-37

Lautermilch, 1564

Sonntag, 1562-63

Privatization, options, consideration

Sonntag, 1898-99

 

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

Leases, grazing lands, 227-28

Leases, grazing lands, treaty land entitlement claims, 811-14, 1374-75, 1934-35

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 145, 175, 205, 235, 251, 295, 323, 355, 389, 415, 439, 471, 580, 612, 642, 684, 734, 760, 824, 936, 992, 1014, 1046, 1078, 1108, 1128, 1156, 1186, 1210, 1215, 1266, 1294, 1326, 1346, 1393, 1426, 1452, 1502, 1554, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1770, 1804, 1822, 1846, 1922, 1982

Allchurch, 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

Bakken, 1077, 1209

Elhard, 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

Harpauer, 415

Huyghebaert, 1185, 1293, 1325

Wall, 145, 355

Weekes, 251, 294, 611, 964, 1127-28, 1209, 1215, 1265, 1294, 1345-46, 1425, 1479, 1588, 1668, 1718, 1921-22

Sales, guidelines, non-residents, 1375

Trails, remain open, recreation, tourism, petitions, 37, 734

Wiberg, 11

 

CSAP See Crop insurance - Canada-Saskatchewan Adjustment Program (CSAP)

 

CSAP II See Crop insurance - Canada-Saskatchewan Assistance Program (CSAP II)

 

CT scan units See Health care - Computerized tomography units

 

Culture

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

Hillson, 442

Funding  See Saskatchewan Lotteries

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

Jul้, 1985

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

Harper, 1455

South East Saskatchewan Association for Culture, Recreation and Sport  See Sports - South East Saskatchewan Association for Culture, Recreation and Sport

 

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 676-81, 895-902, 1855-63, 1977

Crofford, 676-81, 895-902, 1855-63

Dearborn, 900-902

Draude, 678-80

Eagles, 676-78, 681, 896-99, 1855-58, 1862-63

Hart, 680, 899-900

Jul้, 1862

Lorenz, 1861-62

Wall, 1858-60

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 1977

Heritage Resource Branch

Budget disposition, 2002-2003, 679-80

Heritage places program, funding, federal government support, 678-79

 

Cumberland House Provincial Park See Parks - Provincial - Cumberland House

 

Curling

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

Brkich, 473

Canadian Curling Association, Ray Kingsmith Executive of the Year Award, 2003, Bernadette McIntyre, Regina, recipient, member's statement

Melenchuk, 794

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

Huyghebaert, 106

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

Goulet, 826

National Aboriginal Mixed Curling Championships, Winnipeg, 2003, Marshall Bear rink, Saskatchewan, winner, member's statement

McCall, 581-82

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

Hart, 106

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

Dearborn, 79

World Junior Curling Championships, 2003

National women's and national men's teams, gold medal winners, honoured in Biggar, member's statement

Weekes, 1295-96

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

Hermanson, 105

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

Allchurch, 252-53

Atkinson, 252

Bjornerud, 253

National women's and national men's teams from Saskatoon, 1

National women's team, Janelle Lemon, second, celebration in Maryfield, May 3, 2003, member's statement

Toth, 965

Steven Laycock rink, honoured by Wynyard, member's statement

Hart, 794-95

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

Hamilton, 440

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

McMorris, 418

 

Customer services See World Wide Web - ExpressAddress

 

Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park See Parks - Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park

 

 

D

 

da Vinci project See Tourism - Space tourism

 

Dairy industry

Regulatory deterrents, 117-18

 

Dance

Kalyna Dance Festival, 2003, Yorkton, member's statement

Serby, 938

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

Kasperski, 905

 

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

 

Daycare See Child care

 

D-Day campaign, Normandy, France See World War, 1939-1945 - D-Day campaign

 

Debt, public See Government expenditures

 

Deer farming See Livestock industry - Saskatchewan Whitetail and Mule Deer Producers Association

 

Democracy, 87, 194-92

Principles, 51-52, 133, 167-68

 

Dental care plan See Health care - Children, dental care plan

 

Diabetes See Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Saskatchewan Drug Plan - Diabetic supplies; Health care - Diabetes

 

Diamond mining

Royalties  See Mining industry - Royalties

 

Disabled and handicapped persons, 289

Caregivers, assistance, specific case, 814-17

Caregivers, government decisions, appeal methods for reconsideration, 817

Funding, 340, 348, 352-53, 402, 1881-82

Accommodation, 1882

Children, respite for caregivers, 322

Children, respite for caregivers, Esterhazy and area, 1685-86

Employment support program, 4, 127, 167, 313, 318, 322, 1881

Employment support program, places, increase, 247

Member's statement

Prebble, 715

Social assistance program, funding, 247, 313, 1882

Transportation, capital grants, 7, 245, 313, 401, 1882

National Access Awareness Week, May 26-30, 2003, member's statement

Toth, 1216

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

Lorj้, 1218

Saskatchewan Association for Community Living, Meadow Lake announced as Community of Excellence, member's statement

Sonntag, 1504

Supports, income-related, employment-related, 817-19

 

Discrimination and racism, 23, 29

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

Toth, 1923

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

Forbes, 78-79

Jul้, 79

Jim Pankiw, Member of Parliament, Saskatoon, member's statement

Goulet, 1557-58

 

Divisions (Recorded votes)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, motion for consideration, 30; amdt. (Hermanson), 202-3, 233

Appropriation Act, 2003 (No. 3) (No. 44), second and third readings, 2021

Budget (March 28, 2003), M. (Melenchuk) to resolve into Committee of Finance, 414; amdt. (Krawetz), 414

Government, Premier and cabinet, Assembly expresses its non-confidence, M. (Toth); amdt. (Yates), 933

House adjournment, M. (D'Autremont)

D'Autremont, 302

 

Divorce See Children - Protection - Custody; Family Property Act

 

Doctors See Physicians/Doctors

 

Dore Lake See Water - Dore Lake

 

Drama See Theatre

 

Drink coasters See Gambling - Drink coasters

 

Dropouts See High schools - Non-attendance

 

Drought, 279  See also Crop insurance - Drought, 2002

Effects, negative, 170

Effects, negative, Shellbrook-Spiritwood constituency, 226-27

 

Drug abuse See Alcohol and drug abuse

 

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Prescription drug information, collection, 244

Saskatchewan Drug Plan

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

Gantefoer, 832

Nilson, 831-32

Coverage, heart transplants, lung transplants, 1448-49

Diabetic supplies, insulin pumps, coverage, 1179

Prescriptions, annual deductible, reinstate, petitions, 251, 471, 529, 964, 992, 1186, 1922, 1982, 2007

Brkich, 235, 294, 439, 499, 936, 964, 1156, 1891, 1921, 1981-82

 

 

E

 

Earl of Wessex See Royal family - Earl of Wessex

 

Easter

Greetings, member's statement

Toth, 642

Wartman, 642

 

Economic development, 134, 198, 219, 841

Funding, 840-41

Northern Development Agreement, 97

Northern Development Agreement, funding, 567

Northern Saskatchewan, 54-58, 96-98, 572-73, 575, 578

Northern Saskatchewan, partnerships, 59-60

Opportunities, 220

Rural, 144

Rural, strategy, diversification, 2

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP), businesses, hedging advice, 845

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP), funding, 840, 841

Western Economic Partnership Agreement, Canada-Saskatchewan, new agreement, 840, 841

 

Economy

Agricultural sector, percentage of gross domestic product, 844

Canadian dollar, value increases against American dollar, effects, 844-45, 868

Canadian dollar, value increases against American dollar, interest rate changes, 868-69

Competitive, incentives, 843-44

Contraction, 2002, 842

Expansion, diversification, 2, 91, 125, 165, 172, 187-89, 229-30

Free enterprise, growth stimulant, 169-70

Growth, 32-33, 131, 139, 288, 400, 841

Calvert, 14-15

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

Indicators, 244, 246, 289-90, 307, 347, 369, 399, 412-13

Conference Board of Canada, 248

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

Lorj้, 236

Inaccurate, 249, 261, 264-65, 270, 277, 282, 303, 311, 314, 320-21, 339, 351, 366, 372, 402, 409

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

Jones, 237

Member's statement

Yates, 2009

Northern Saskatchewan, diversification, 25-27

Projections

Krawetz, 256-57, 329-30, 1724

Melenchuk, 256-57, 329-30, 1724

Projections, econometric forecasting model, 1493-97

Projections, econometric forecasting model, agricultural sector, 1495-96

Projects, member's statement

Trew, 613, 686

Yorkton and east central region, member's statement

Serby, 391

Lagging, incentives for change, 89-90

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, 4, 840, 841, 1946-53

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

Bjornerud, 1410-11

Dearborn, 1405-6

Heppner, 1406-8

Jones, 1403-5

Van Mulligen, 1408-10

Yates, 1401-3

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

Dearborn, 1411-12

Harpauer, 1411

Hillson, 1412

Thomson, 1412

Van Mulligen, 1411-13

Weekes, 1413

Yates, 1411-12

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

Jones, 1269

Partnership for Prosperity (2001), 275

Progress, prospects, Laurentian Bank Securities survey, 248

Prosperous, competitive, member's statement

Wartman, 391

Severe acute respiratory syndrome, effects, 868

 

Ecotourism See Tourism

 

Education, 35-36, 50, 113-14, 119-20, 172, 193, 231  See also Government - Accomplishments, health care, social services, education; Indians/First Nations - Education

Business education, 988-89

Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education, Ray Boughen, Moose Jaw, commissioner, 1257

Correspondence classes, 1261-62

Council of Ministers of Education, Canada, writing test results, provincial solutions, 1261

Curriculum

Art  See Art/Artists - Exhibition, Cumberland Gallery

Indians/First Nations treaty lands, 1964

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

Hamilton, 1719-20

Digital technology, e-learning, budget support, 752

Equity outcomes, student assessment study, Organization for Economic and Co-operative Development, member's statement

Prebble, 417

Funding, 125, 166, 193, 243, 267, 281, 305, 341, 374, 377, 380, 411, 1257-58 See also Property tax - Education tax

Calvert, 240

Capital improvements, 244, 305, 384

Education facilities, enhancement, learning opportunities, member's statement

McCall, 324

Mill rates, 1257-58

Significant budget announcement

Calvert, 239

Teachers' contract  See Teachers - Contract, funding

Government priority

Calvert, 999

Home-schooling, 1875

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

Draude, 1809

Junor, 1809-10

National and provincial performance standards, mathematics, writing skills, poor student scores, remedies, 1867-68

Northern Saskatchewan, 386, 572, 574-75

On-line resources, funding, 341

Operating costs, increase, provincial support

Draude, 240

Saskatchewan Party policy  See Saskatchewan Party - Education policy

SchoolPLUS program, 4, 114, 119, 193, 305, 752, 985-88, 1678 See also Schools - Community schools

Funding, 985-86

Implementation, member's statement

Jones, 716

Participants, government departments, collaboration, 987

Participants, school divisions, 987-88

School buildings, use after school hours, 989

Vision, 194

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

Forbes, 1296

 

Education, post-secondary, 4, 194  See also Indians/First Nations - Education, post-secondary

Accessibility, 1973-74

Accessibility, enrollment, 1369-70

Affiliated colleges, 1972

Campus Saskatchewan, 4, 982

Capital funding, 1867

Degree-granting, Canadian Bible College and Canadian Theological Seminary, 1524

Degree-granting institutions, expansion, 1523-24

Funding, 244, 341, 374, 752, 982-83, 1366-70, 1864

Graduate tax credit, 316-17

Interprovincial agreements, funding, 1865

Research  See Research and development

Salaries, 1971

Student support programs, funding, 1970-71

 

Education Infrastructure Financing Corporation

Dismantling, 262-63, 305, 1866

Expenditure, projects, 871-72

 

Education tax See Property tax - Education tax

 

Edward, Earl of Wessex See Royal family - Earl of Wessex

 

Elections  See also By-elections; Saskatchewan Party - Election candidates

Certificates of election  See By-elections - Certificates of election

General election, call, 100-101, 1940, 1966-67

Calvert, 828-29

Hermanson, 1987, 2015

Hillson, 1114-15, 1811

McMorris, 828

Serby, 1114-15, 1987, 2015

General election, call, member's statement

Hillson, 1218

Manitoba, New Democratic Party majority, member's statement

Yates, 1427

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

Hermanson, 580-81

 

Electricity  See also Energy; International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers; Saskatchewan Power Corporation

Cogeneration, 218, 353

Cogeneration, northern Saskatchewan, 55

Cogeneration project at Cory potash mine, official opening, SaskPower International Inc., ATCO Power Ltd., partners, member's statement

Melenchuk, 1348

Deregulation, member's statement

Wall, 794

Deregulation and privatization, including SaskPower, will not be allowed, petitions, 1589, 1616, 1668, 1718, 1804, 1822, 1846, 1892, 2007

Harper, 1554, 1587, 1667, 1821

Prebble, 1982

Van Mulligen, 1554, 1644, 1668, 1846, 2005

Yates, 1587, 1643, 1770, 1804

Initiatives, energy performance contracting service, Saskatchewan Power Corporation, Honeywell Ltd., member's statement

Prebble, 580

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

D'Autremont, 773-74

Harper, 769-71

Van Mulligen, 768-69

Wall, 771-72

Weekes, 775-77

Yates, 774-75

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

Bjornerud, 777

D'Autremont, 777

Van Mulligen, 777-78

Wall, 777-78

Weekes, 778

Yates, 777-78

Rates, oil and gas fields, 218

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

Iwanchuk, 582

 

Emblems See Legislation - Amendments; Provincial Emblems and Honours Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 19)

 

Emergency medical services, 339

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

Hamilton, 1160

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

Hamilton, 1130-31

Providers, recognition, member's statement

Forbes, 148

Technicians, salaries, 339

 

Emergency medical technicians

Training, additional seats, funding, 245

 

Employment

Career and employment services system, government, 167, 488-89

Growth, 2, 139, 274, 842-43

Growth, statistics, member's statement

Yates, 12, 993, 1482

Northern Saskatchewan, 60

Student programs, provincial, Crown corporations, 5

Student programs, youth employment program, 120

Transition employment allowance, government, 489-90

 

Employment development, 100  See also Labour force - Legislation, strategy

Aboriginal Employment Development Program  See Indians/First Nations - Aboriginal Employment Development Program

Jobs First program, 311-12

Northern Saskatchewan, 98

 

Employment supplement See Families - Building independence programs, employment supplement

 

Endangered species See Burrowing owl

 

Energy

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

Kasperski, 1924

Generation, coal, natural gas, water, alternative sources, 1686-87

Geothermal heating, 1743

Initiatives, green plan, 127, 130, 172, 341

Nuclear, 1961-62

 

Energy and Paperworkers Union See Trade unions - Energy and Paperworkers Union

 

Energy Conservation Office

Funding, 353

 

Engemoen, Ray See Weather - Observation, Ray Engemoen

 

Engineers

McCannel Award, 2003, Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of Saskatchewan, Neil Richardson, recipient, member's statement

Wartman, 878

 

Environment, 35  See also Weather

Canada Environment Week, June 1-7, 2003, member's statement

McCall, 1346

Weekes, 1346

Earth Day, April 22, 2003, member's statement

Weekes, 658

Hazards, cleanup, 5, 193, 353

Native Prairie Appreciation Week, June 15-21, 2003, launch of Prairie Conservation Action Plan, member's statement

McCall, 1721

Protection

Great Sand Hills, 154, 353-54

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

Belanger, 646-47

Weekes, 646-47

State of the environment report, 5, 113

Sustainable community, Communities of Tomorrow partnership, National Research Council Centre for Sustainable Infrastructure Research, Regina, member's statement

Thomson, 1212

Sustainable future, 166, 231

Sustainable future, partnerships, Ducks Unlimited, 367-68

 

Environment Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 952-62, 1243-56, 1473-77, 1739-47, 1749-60, 1978

Allchurch, 1752-58

Belanger, 953-62, 1243-56, 1473-77, 1739-47, 1749-60

Brkich, 962, 1247-49

Hart, 1249-50

Heppner, 1759

Huyghebaert, 961

Jul้, 1254-56

Krawetz, 1243-47

Lorenz, 955-60

McMorris, 1250-54, 1473-74

Toth, 1746, 1749-52

Wall, 1759-60

Weekes, 953-55, 1243, 1256, 1473-77, 1739-45

Wiberg, 954-55, 1243

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 1978

Fire Management Branch, Murdoch Carriere case, ministerial involvement  See Public service - Sexual harassment - Murdoch Carriere case

Staff, decrease, 367

Staff, seasonal conservation officers, 1745-46

 

Environmental Earth Schools See Schools - Montmartre School

 

Equalization payments, 139-40

Federal clawback, 279, 399

 

Estimates  See also Estimates under individual departments

2002-2003, supplementary, transmitted, 243

2003-2004, main, M. (Melenchuk) to refer to Committee of Finance

Melenchuk, 243

2003-2004, main, transmitted, 243

 

Estimates Committee

Fourth report, M. (Addley) for concurrence

Addley, 1156

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)

Lautermilch, 1086

 

Ethanol, 2, 172, 188, 232, 353

Development

Wall, 1270-71

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, 1960-61

Sonntag, 1431-32

Wall, 1431-32

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, financing

Calvert, 996-98, 1301

Harpauer, 764-65

Sonntag, 504, 765, 1459, 1651-52

Stewart, 504, 1651-52

Broe Companies, Inc., Belle Plaine project, status

Hillson, 1458-59

Stewart, 996-98

Broe Companies, Inc., due diligence report, release

Stewart, 532-33

Broe Companies, Inc., government financial commitment

Calvert, 831

Hillson, 831

Broe Companies, Inc., projects, financing, process

Serby, 532-33

Broe Companies, Inc., Tisdale and Yorkton-Melville area projects, status

Stewart, 505

Private sector

Sonntag, 1271

Scotia Capital review

Wall, 1271-72, 1300-1301

ScotiaMcLeod review

Sonntag, 1271-72

Fuel tax rebate, 341, 840, 841

 

Everest, Mount

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

Krawetz, 1297

 

Executive Council

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1931-69, 1978

Calvert, 1931-69

Elhard, 1934-35

Hermanson, 1931-34, 1936-67

Travel guidelines, 1931-32

 

ExpressAddress See World Wide Web - ExpressAddress

 

 

F

 

FAE (Fetal alcohol effect) See Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

 

Families  See also Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3); Family Property Act; Farm families

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

Heppner, 879

At risk, family support worker program, Family Place, Weyburn

Bakken, 1673-74

Hagel, 1673-74

Building independence programs, 7, 166, 230-31, 311-12, 413

Building independence programs, employment supplement, 127, 312, 352

Craig family  See Music - Benefit concert for Craig family

Work and family balance, Work and Family Unit, Labour Dept., public events, member's statement

Lorj้, 1923

 

Family Place, Weyburn See Families - At risk, family support worker program, Family Place, Weyburn

 

Family Property Act, 1531-33

 

Farm families  See also Centennials - Bohrson family farm

New, environs of Yorkton, 380

Support, 280

Support, new initiatives

Hermanson, 41-42

 

Farm Financial Stability Act

Amendments, 2

 

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

First reading

Serby, 972

Second reading

Harpauer, 1319-20

Serby, 1033-34

Toth, 1034-35

Weekes, 1142-43

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Harpauer, 1702-4

Serby, 1702-4

Weekes, 1702-3

Third reading

Hagel, 1715

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Farm land

Auctions, Cypress Hills constituency, 311

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), 6, 280-81

Conservation Cover Program (CCP), funding, 247

 

Farm machinery industry  See also Agricultural Implements Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 9)

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

Draude, 325

 

Farm safety net

Bjornerud, 1220-21

Serby, 1220-21

 

Farmer Rail Car Coalition See Rail transportation/Railways - Saskatchewan Grain Car Corporation - Relationship with Farmer Rail Car Coalition

 

Farmers/Producers  See also Centennials - Bohrson family farm

Bankruptcy, legal provisions, 1529-31

Farm input costs, tax exemptions, rebates, 247

Provincial support, 1833-36

 

FarmGro Organic Foods See Grain - FarmGro Organic Foods

 

FAS (Fetal alcohol syndrome) See Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

 

FASD See Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

 

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations  See also Indians/First Nations - Education

Bilateral accord funding, 1202

Treaty governance office, meeting with government representatives, 1963

 

Ferries

Riverhurst, refit, 1544-45

Riverhurst, refit, washrooms, accessibility, 1545

 

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, 1676-82

Diversion from incarceration, 892-93 See also below Support

Education, diagnosis, Health Dept. funding, 1181-82

Education, special, Learning Dept. funding, 1869

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

Draude, 1131

Role of Status of Women Office, 1008-9

Strategy, interdepartmental coordination, 893-94

Strategy, interdepartmental coordination, Health Dept. leadership, 1182

Strategy, interdepartmental coordination, Learning Dept., 1678-79

Support

Community Resources and Employment Dept., 1676-82

Employment support program, handicapped and disabled, 1679-80

Kinship care legislation, 1677-78

Programs, funding, 1680-82

Treatment, Justice Dept., Corrections and Public Safety Dept., 891-92

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

Hillson, 1824

Western Canadian partnership, 1681

 

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

First reading

Crofford, 1000

Second reading

Crofford, 1097

Dearborn, 1198-99

McMorris, 1097

Wall, 1277-79

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Crofford, 1695-97

Draude, 1696

Eagles, 1695-96

Third reading

Hagel, 1715

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Film industry

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

Goulet, 1213

Galaxy Entertainment Inc., theatre complex, Regina, gala opening and fundraiser, member's statement

Trew, 1505

Government investment, economic contribution, member's statement

McCall, 441

Minds Eye Pictures

Crofford, 908

Government investment

Sonntag, 907-9, 1675

Wall, 907-9, 1674-75

Government support, 1674-75, 1860-61

Sound stage, Regina, 1391-92

Funding

Crofford, 1486-87

Funding, losses

Sonntag, 1456

Wall, 1456

Productions, 1860

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 15 Minute Death, Jessie Wallace, writer, producer, director, Gold Sheaf Award winner, member's statement

Lorj้, 1647

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, 56th, May 12-25, 2003, member's statement

Serby, 1186-87

 

Finance Committee

Appointment, M. (Lautermilch)

Lautermilch, 234

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

Lautermilch, 249-50

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

Krawetz, 264

Estimates

2002-2003, supplementary, transmitted, 243

2003-2004, main, M. (Melenchuk) to refer to Committee of Finance

Melenchuk, 243

2003-2004, main, transmitted, 243

 

Finance Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 867-73, 1493-1500, 1978

Dearborn, 1493-97

Draude, 872-73

Krawetz, 867-73, 1497-1500

Melenchuk, 867-73, 1493-1500

 

Firearms

Federal act, no enforcement, 1539-40

 

Firefighters  See also Police services - Badge and Shield awards, 2003, Saskatoon

Occupational diseases, Workers' Compensation Act amendments, 7, 87

 

Fires  See also Forest fires

Outlook, malfunctioning SaskPower equipment

No refunding from SaskPower, member's statement

Brkich, 906

Refund

Brkich, 940, 1561

Refund, review

Brkich, 1115

Sonntag, 940, 1115, 1561-62

Queen's Hotel, Qu'Appelle, April 16, 2003, member's statement

McMorris, 614

 

First Nations See Indians/First Nations

 

First Nations University of Canada

Provincial funding, 1869-70

 

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 275, 279, 371, 375, 401-2, 403, 412

Budget balancing, 2003-2004, 243

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 1978

 

Fisheries and Oceans Canada  See also Tourism - Ecotourism, lake issue, Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Regulation activities, provincial concerns, 1104-5

Creeks, creek beds, fencing out cattle, 1245-47

RM of Sliding Hills case, 1244-45

 

Fishing industry

Northern Saskatchewan, 24-25

Commercial fishing, Lake Athabasca, 1042-44

 

Fitness See Physical fitness

 

Floods See Water - Design flood criterion

 

Food banks

thINK Food program, computer printer cartridges, collection and recycling, member's statement

Trew, 827

 

Food processing industry

Centennial Foods, Saskatoon, imported beef

Stewart, 1987-88

 

Football

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

Forbes, 879

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

Addley, 1645-46

Saskatchewan Roughriders, statistical history, Curtis Phillips, compiler, member's statement

McCall, 1984

 

Forest Centre, Prince Albert See Saskatchewan Forest Centre, Prince Albert

 

Forest Fire Contingency Fund

Elimination, 263, 367

 

Forest fires, 279

Expenditures, 24, 275, 399

Fire towers, northern Saskatchewan, status, 955, 1254-55

La Ronge  See Insurance - Foundation for the Future program, Insurance Bureau of Canada, La Ronge, recipient for forest fire management program

Nisbet Forest, 1243

Prevention information, education campaign, 5

Prevention programs, 1243

 

Forest industry, 89  See also Saskatchewan Forest Centre, Prince Albert

Forest carbon sequestration project, 24

Forest carbon sequestration project, Forest Carbon Reserve, SaskPower, Saskatchewan Environment, partners, 5

Forest inventory, 353

Growth, 3

Millar Western Pulp Ltd., mill, partnership, 225

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

Iwanchuk, 878-79

Northern Saskatchewan, 96-98, 334, 408, 573-75

Aboriginal participation, 24

Federal role, 24

Wood supply, inventories, improvement plans, 3

Oriented strand board mill, Tolko Industries Ltd., Meadow Lake, tendering processes, hiring processes, 1099-1101

Partnerships, Crown Investments Corporation, Meadow Lake Tribal Council, Northwest Community Wood Products, Tolko Industries Ltd., 225

Softwood See also Trade - United States - Softwood lumber dispute

Canada-USA problems, 228

Canada-USA problems, effects, 518-19

Federal government understanding of Saskatchewan industry, 519-20

Softwood, USA tariffs, 1206

 

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

First reading

Belanger, 1598

Second reading

Allchurch, 1854-55

Belanger, 1657-58

D'Autremont, 1658

Wiberg, 1781-1800, 1812-15

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Allchurch, 1991-93, 1996

Belanger, 1991-97

Wiberg, 1993-96

Third reading

Hagel, 1997

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Foster care See Child and Family Services Act; Child and Family Services Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 3)

 

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

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

Hermanson, 1504

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

Lautermilch, 1395

Wiberg, 1395-96

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

Higgins, 531

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

Eagles, 555

Whitewood regional 4-H show and sale, June 14, 2003, member's statement

Toth, 1719

 

Francophones

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

Kasperski, 40-41

 

Fundraising

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

Harpauer, 1347

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

D'Autremont, 1894

 

Future is Wide Open campaign See Economy - Our Future is Wide Open campaign; Government - Our Future is Wide Open; Saskatchewan - Wide Open Week

 

 

G

 

Gabriel Dumont Institute, 30

 

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

Drink coasters, purchase, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 1392

Video lottery terminals

Responsible gambling features, installation

Hillson, 647-48

Osika, 648

Video lottery terminals, re-examination, 127, 202

 

Game farming See Chronic wasting disease - Game farm herds

 

Games

Mega bingo

Benefits, equipment

Osika, 534

Charitable organizations, support

Osika, 395-96

Costs, local charities

Bakken, 533-34

Decisions based on best information available

Osika, 418-21

Due diligence, business plan

Bakken, 395-96, 418-20

Expenditure, cabinet approval

Bakken, 419-20

Hermanson, 442-43

Expenditure, controls

Bakken, 503-4

Expenditure, ministerial approval

Hermanson, 474

Expenditure, results

Bakken, 394-95

Osika, 395

Expenditure, total

Bakken, 717, 739-40, 763

Expenditure, total, report tabled

Osika, 739-40, 763

Expenditure, total, review

Bakken, 717-18

Osika, 717-18

Freedom of information request

Bakken, 1084-85

Osika, 1084-85

Gaming strategy, cabinet approval

Osika, 442-43, 474-75, 503

Gaming strategy, process

Osika, 476-77

Losses, 1954-56

Satellite system

Bakken, 1273

Tendering process, contract

Bakken, 475-77

Heppner, 443-44

Osika, 443-44, 1273

Wascana Gaming, contractual services

Bakken, 718

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, incomplete

Bakken, 1351-52

Wascana Gaming, contractual services, process

Osika, 1351-53

Wascana Gaming, original bid amount

Bakken, 763-64

Osika, 764

 

Gaols See Correctional centres

 

Gas industry See Natural gas

 

Gasoline

Underground tank sites, cleanup, Centenary Capital Fund, 1746-47, 1750-51

Underground tank sites, cleanup, Moose Jaw, 1746, 1749

 

Geothermal heating See Energy - Geothermal heating

 

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

 

Glyphosate, 1383

 

Golf

Future Links Prairie Championship, junior golfers, BMO Financial Group, sponsors, member's statement

Lorj้, 1396-97

Masters Golf Tournament, Augusta, Georgia, Mike Weir of Bright's Grove, Ontario, 2003 champion, member's statement

Wall, 554-55

Melville Charity Hole-In-One Par Three Golf Tournament, 1st, June 14, 2003, member's statement

Osika, 1719

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

Hermanson, 1326-27

 

Goodwin, Edna See Women - Goodwin, Edna

 

Government

Accomplishments, 160, 1968-69

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

Forbes, 2009

Accountability, 248

Sonntag, 795-96

Minding the Public Purse by Janice MacKinnon

Krawetz, 213

Questions, ministerial answers lacking

Hermanson, 795-96

Action plan on procurement, 3

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

Calvert, 213

Coalition, five-point plan, 172

Coalition, 10-step plan, 155

Core service review by Saskatchewan Party government, 50, 134

Core service review by Saskatchewan Party government, critique, 160-61

Credit rating, 141, 244

Calvert, 239

Cline, 1272-73

Credit rating, upgrades, 400, 406

Failures, 405

Federal-provincial relations, 1944-46

Financial management, 266-67 See also Budget

Cash management practices

Melenchuk, 212

Deficit, Dominion Bond Rating Service

Krawetz, 1272-73

Summary financial statements incorporating all financial activity, 260-61, 269, 272-73, 315, 321-22, 872

Financial management, 2002, 279-80, 400

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

Jones, 105-6

Information technology  See Information technology - Government

Moral authority, compromised, 164

Office equipment, supplies, centralized warehousing, 1386-87

Open, accountable, democratic, 32

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Calvert, 1082

Cline, 1081-82

Budget

D'Autremont, 1081-82

Promotions

Calvert, 1019-21

Osika, 1019

Wall, 1019-21

Promotions, member's statement

Brkich, 1080-81

Partnerships, 144

Performance

Cline, 2010-11

Hermanson, 2010-11

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

D'Autremont, 922-30

Toth, 913-22

Yates, 930-33

Premier and cabinet, procedural changes, 1953-54

Priorities

Calvert, 446

Hermanson, 445-46

Public-private partnerships, policies, 1099

Vision  See Saskatchewan - Vision statements

 

Government expenditures

Debt, 233, 277, 354, 701, 869-70, 1940-44

Crown corporations  See Crown corporations - Debt

Foreign, 869

Good and bad, 249

Increase, 249, 261, 265, 303, 314-15, 321, 336, 342, 350, 366, 372, 374, 402-3, 409 See also Budget - Deficit

Management, 375, 413, 702-3

Melenchuk, 108-9

Debt per capita

Calvert, 239

 

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 512-21, 703-11, 1202-7, 1978-79

Bjornerud, 515-17, 704-6

Brkich, 706-7

Crofford, 1202

D'Autremont, 514

Jul้, 1202-4

Lautermilch, 512-21, 1202-7

Lorenz, 707-9, 1204-7

Osika, 703-11, 1202, 1206-7

Wakefield, 512-14

Wall, 520

Weekes, 710-11

Wiberg, 517-19

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 1979

Funding increases, 515-16

Federal-provincial relations, 516

First Nations Fund, 515

International relations, 516

Trade policy, resolution of trade disputes, 516

Treaty land entitlements, 515

Municipal Relations Division

Administrative costs, 704

Reorganization, redistribution of funds, 704

Responsibilities, 703-4

Staff, increase, 704

 

Government revenue

Projections, 867

 

Governor General

Death, remembrance, Ramon Hnatyshyn, 1

 

Graduates See Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology - Graduates; University of Saskatchewan - Graduate

 

Grain

FarmGro Organic Foods, Regina

Assets sold, Crown Investments Corporation investment

Sonntag, 1350-51

Assets sold, Crown Investments Corporation investment loss

Sonntag, 1431

Assets sold, Crown Investments Corporation losses

Wall, 1350-51, 1431

Northwest Terminal, local funding, 142-43

Tariffs on Canadian Wheat Board, 1205

Weyburn Inland Terminal, financial performance, member's statement

Bakken, 325

Wheat, genetically modified

Ban, 354

Ban, non-marketability, member's statement

Hillson, 615

Marketability, consideration by Canadian Food Agency

Hillson, 691

Serby, 691-92

 

Grain Car Corporation See Rail transportation/Railways - Saskatchewan Grain Car Corporation

 

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

 

Grasshoppers See Crop insurance - Grasshopper control; Crop insurance - Grasshopper spray penalty

 

Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2003 See Students - Great Canadian Geography Challenge, 2003

 

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

 

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Carbon sinks, 6, 185

Carbon sinks, carbon credits, provincial activity, 804-7, 1102-3

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

Hamilton, 1454

Energy and Our Environment, SaskPower poster contest, 2nd annual, member's statement

McCall, 936-37

Kyoto accord, 87, 367

Kyoto accord, halt federal intent to sign, petitions, 37, 77

Kyoto Protocol, 1743

Federal government actions, provincial activities, 1101-2

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

Elhard, 1424

Lorj้, 1420-23

Prebble, 1413-20

Weekes, 1423-24

Saskatchewan Party position, 137-38

Provincial actions, 5

Reduction, International Test Centre for Carbon Dioxide Capture, University of Regina, 5

Reduction, Weyburn Carbon Dioxide Monitoring Project, 5

 

Guilds

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

Iwanchuk, 1427

 

 

H

 

Hairstyling

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

Bakken, 967

 

Handicapped and disabled persons See Disabled and handicapped persons

 

Harassment  See also Public service - Sexual harassment

Workplace, sexual, policies, 729

Workplace, sexual, unacceptable, ensure elimination, member's statement

Stewart, 359

 

Hazlet, Sask. See Villages and communities - Cypress Hills constituency

 

Health care, 35, 89, 127, 142, 193, 1965-68  See also Canada health council; Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada; Government - Accomplishments, health care, social services, education; Hospital waiting lists; Hospitals; Medicare; Mental health

Administration, increase, 351

Bill of rights, health care commissioner, 158

Centres

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

Goulet, 658-59

Davidson and Craik, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 103, 145, 175, 1014, 1128, 1210

Brkich, 77, 103, 145, 991, 1108, 1186

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

Belanger, 1848

Melfort, capital funding, 244

Moosomin, new integrated health care facility, approval to proceed, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Nilson, 1990

Toth, 1990

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

Brkich, 1624

Nilson, 1623-24

Weyburn, capital funding, 244

Wilkie, history, 378

Children, dental care plan, 127

Computerized tomography units

Regional hospitals, 338, 1604

Swift Current Regional Hospital, 1179-80

Swift Current Regional Hospital, petition, member's statement

Wall, 1454

Swift Current Regional Hospital, petitions, 1452, 1480, 1502, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1644, 1718, 1770, 1804, 1822, 1846, 1892, 1922, 2007

Wall, 1426, 1451, 1479, 1502, 1553-54, 1588, 1615, 1667-68, 1717, 1769, 1803, 1821, 1845, 1891, 1981

Deterioration, federal funding cuts, 156

Diabetes See also Drugs and pharmaceuticals - Saskatchewan Drug Plan

Education, prevention, care, 6

Education, prevention, care, Canadian Diabetes Association initiative, 113

Education, prevention, care, funding, 352

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

Brkich, 1774

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

Goulet, 1504

Live with diabetes for one day, participation of three members, new Canadian Diabetes Association campaign on education, prevention, care, member's statement

Lorj้, 555

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

Jul้, 826

Emergency care  See Emergency medical services; Hospitals - Emergency departments

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

Bakken, 1930-31

Nilson, 1929-30

Funding, 243, 267, 281, 305, 316, 338-39, 340, 370, 384, 400, 411

Capital program, 244

Federal, 130

Federal, health reform fund, primary home care, catastrophic drugs, 244, 352

Medical equipment, 244, 338

Member's statement

Junor, 296

Saskatchewan Population Health and Evaluation Research Unit, university student scholarships, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 1297

Hemodialysis  See below Renal dialysis

Improvements, funding issues, 159-60

Lung transplants, Edmonton, Winnipeg, 1449

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), costs, 1445-47

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), units, activity, capacity, 1604-5

Medical procedures, age of consent, 1175

Northern health strategy, 6, 172

Patient records, SeePhysicians/Doctors - Patient records

Pay equity  See Pay equity - Health care personnel

Renal dialysis

Kidney Foundation Award of Excellence in Patient Care, four nurses, recipients, Swift Current Regional Hospital, member's statement

Wall, 1671

Moose Jaw, petitions, 580, 612, 642, 655, 684, 714, 734, 760, 792, 824, 853, 876, 904, 936, 964, 992, 1014, 1046, 1078, 1108, 1128, 1156, 1186, 1210, 1215, 1266, 1294, 1326, 1346, 1426, 1452, 1480, 1502, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1668, 1718, 1770, 1804, 1822

Bakken, 1293, 1325, 1501-2, 1553, 1667

Brkich, 1294, 1325-26

Gantefoer, 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

McMorris, 1479

Stewart, 551, 579, 641, 655, 713, 733, 823, 875, 903, 935, 963, 991, 1013, 1045, 1077, 1107, 1127, 1155, 1185, 1209, 2005-6

Moosomin, 1444

North Battleford, 338

Rural, 201

Rural, Cypress Hills constituency, use of Alberta facilities, 1612-13

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

Atkinson, 1590

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

Crofford, 1483

Services

Emergency measures system, 158

Primary health care teams, 157

Regional, enhancements, 157-58

Transparency, accountability, 1176-77

Services, including physician, Rockglen, and Five Hills Health Region provide better information to Rockglen citizens, petitions, 734, 760, 792, 824, 904, 936, 964, 992, 1014, 1046, 1078, 1108, 1128, 1186

Huyghebaert, 713, 733, 759-60, 791, 875, 903, 935, 963, 991, 1013, 1045, 1077, 1108, 1155

Severe acute respiratory syndrome, monitoring, contingency plans

Gantefoer, 210-11

Nilson, 210-11

Telehealth Saskatchewan, expansion, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Gantefoer, 1434-35

Nilson, 1433-34

Telephone health advice, 6, 113

West Nile virus

Mosquito control, assistance, 6, 281

Mosquito control program, 1206-7, 1444-45, 1449

Mosquito control program, funding, 707

Gantefoer, 211

Nilson, 211

World Health Day, April 7, 2003, member's statement

Gantefoer, 416-17

 

Health care professionals  See also Nurses; Occupational Therapists Amdt. Act, 2003 (No. 7); Pharmacists; Physicians/Doctors; Podiatry Act (No. 6); Radiologists

Action Plan for Health Care, human resources plan

Nilson, 618-19

Legislation See also Physicians/Doctors

Paramedics

Gantefoer, 1455-56

Nilson, 1455-56

Long-term plan, lacking, 259-60, 262

Shortage

Gantefoer, 618

Training, northern health access program, funding, 247, 307

Training, recruitment, retention, 1607-8

Training, retention, recruitment, 6, 50, 156-57

Bursaries, member's statement

Trew, 737

Funding, 310

 

Health care workers  See also Nurses; Pay equity - Health care personnel; Physicians/Doctors

Shortage, high injury rate

Gantefoer, 1398-99

Nilson, 1398-99

 

Health Department

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 521-27, 1175-83, 1443-49, 1601-13, 1979

Allchurch, 1445-47

Draude, 1180-82

Eagles, 1177-78

Elhard, 1448-49, 1612-13

Gantefoer, 521-27, 1175-77, 1602-10

Lorenz, 1610-12

Nilson, 521-27, 1175-83, 1443-49, 1601-13

Toth, 1444-45

Wall, 1179-80

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 1979

Medical services, funding, increase, 524-25

 

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

First reading

Nilson, 972

Second reading

Dearborn, 1170-71

Gantefoer, 1322-23

McMorris, 1087-88

Nilson, 1086-87

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Atkinson, 1441

Gantefoer, 1437-41

Nilson, 1437-42

Third reading

Nilson, 1443

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Health Quality Council, 6, 113

 

Health technicians  See also Emergency medical technicians

Training, out-of-province, funding, 245

 

Hemodialysis See Health care - Renal dialysis

 

Herbicides

Glyphosate  See Glyphosate

 

High schools

Non-attendance, rates, 4, 193

Non-attendance, rates, tracking, 753-55

 

Highway traffic officers See Highways and roads - Highway traffic officers

 

Highways and roads

Bridges

Twin bridges, Battleford and North Battleford, historic, 675-76

Twin bridges, Battleford and North Battleford, historic, preservation, petitions, 642, 655, 684, 714, 734, 792, 824, 853, 876, 964, 992, 1014, 1078

Hillson, 641, 655, 683, 713, 759, 823, 853, 935, 963, 991, 1045

Lorenz, 611-12, 684, 791-92

Bypasses, Regina  See below Highway No. 1 - East Regina traffic congestion

Conditions, poor, 131, 184, 221, 378, 409

Construction and maintenance, 3, 35, 125, 184-85, 189, 220, 231, 370

Area transportation planning committees, 670-72

Funding, 243, 245, 280, 305, 319, 348, 411

Decrease, 285-86

Federal government, 131, 220, 1761-62 See also below Prairie Grain Roads Program

Member's statement

Addley, 359-60

Orange Zone Challenge, Campbell Collegiate, Regina, partnership with Highways and Transportation Dept., member's statement

Thomson, 1080

Grass mowing, ditches, contracts, 749-50, 851

Harbour Golf Course access roads, repairs, petitions

Brkich, 2007

Highway No. 1

Construction and maintenance, twinning, 3, 245

Construction and maintenance, twinning, community concerns, business, safety, 1762-63

East Regina traffic congestion, planning, construction, funding, 848-50, 1917-19

Highway No. 2

Improvements to facilitate northern economic development, 397

Highway No. 3

Construction and maintenance, Glaslyn to Turtleford, 744-45

Paradise Hill, village, speed limit, 1888

Primary weights, Glaslyn to Turtleford, 745

Highway No. 4

Condition, poor, 411

South of Saskatchewan Landing bridge, dangerous hill, 1763-64

South Saskatchewan River Valley crossing, passing lanes, 1546

Highway No. 8

Condition, poor

D'Autremont, 1487-88

Wartman, 1488

Highway No. 11

Construction and maintenance

Entrances, Hague and Osler, 745-46, 851

Interchange, Grasswood Road, 1543-44

Intersection with No. 312, 745, 747-48, 851

Twinning, 279, 746-47

Highway No. 13

Condition, poor, 200-201, 411

Huyghebaert, 1487

Wartman, 1487

Highway No. 14

Construction and maintenance, micro surfacing, 674-75

Repairs, Biggar to Wilkie, petitions, 1156, 1186, 1326, 1393, 1452, 1480, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1770, 1804, 1892, 1922, 1982, 2007

Lorenz, 1128, 1156, 1294, 1345, 1425, 1452, 1588, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1769, 1845-46, 1891, 1922, 1982, 2007

Highway No. 15

Condition, poor

Gantefoer, 1486

Wartman, 1486

Construction and maintenance, 750, 1887

Highway No. 16

Construction and maintenance, Battleford-Maidstone, 1764

Construction and maintenance, twinning, 3, 245

Entrance to Lloydminster, 1764-65

Traffic counts, Lloydminster-North Battleford, 1764

Highway No. 20

Construction and maintenance, 1887

Repairs, Nokomis to Strasbourg, petitions, 1294, 1326, 1393, 1426, 1452, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1644, 1718, 1770

Harpauer, 1265, 1293, 1345, 1393, 1426, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1615, 1667, 1717

Jul้, 1501

Highway No. 21

Construction and maintenance, 675

Highway No. 22

Construction and maintenance, 1886-87

Repairs, petitions, 323, 415, 471, 580, 612, 642, 655, 684, 714, 734, 760, 792, 824, 853, 904, 964, 992, 1046, 1078, 1108, 1156, 1186, 1215, 1294, 1589, 1644, 1804

Hart, 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

Highway No. 23

Condition, poor

Draude, 1486

Wartman, 1486

Repairs, petitions, 1892, 1922, 1982

Draude, 1845, 1892, 1921, 2005

Hermanson, 2005

Krawetz, 2005

Highway No. 37

Construction and maintenance, 1765-67

Weights, economic significance, 1766-67

Highway No. 38

Construction and maintenance, funding, 748-479

Highway No. 39

Construction and maintenance, funding, 672-73

Highway No. 42

Condition, poor, member's statement

Brkich, 2008-9

Ice road, Riverhurst crossing, 1546

Keeler to Eyebrow, condition, poor

Hermanson, 1650-51

Wartman, 1650-51

Repairs, petitions, 235, 295, 355, 415, 439, 499, 580, 642, 714, 734, 904

Bakken, 293-94

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

D'Autremont, 293

Heppner, 294

Lorenz, 294

Stewart, 323, 389, 415, 471

Highway No. 43

Repairs, petitions, 1294, 1346, 1393, 1426, 1452, 1480, 1502, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1770, 1822, 1846, 1892, 1922, 1982, 2007

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

Stewart, 1265, 1325, 1345, 1393, 1426, 1451, 1479, 1501, 1553, 1587, 1643, 1667, 1803, 1845, 1891, 1921, 1981

Wall, 2006

Highway No. 47

Condition, poor

Toth, 1487

Wartman, 1487

Construction and maintenance, between No. 1 and No. 48, 1760-61, 1919

Highway No. 47, South

Condition, poor

Eagles, 1649-50

Wartman, 1650

Construction and maintenance, 673-74

Repairs, petitions, 145, 295, 323, 355, 389, 415, 471, 499, 529, 552, 580, 612, 642, 655, 684, 714, 734, 792, 876, 904, 936, 964, 1078, 1128, 1156, 1186, 1210, 1215, 1326, 1346, 1393, 1426, 1480, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1644, 1668, 1718, 1804, 1846, 1892, 1982

Eagles, 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

Hermanson, 1045

Jul้, 2005

McMorris, 529

Highway No. 48

Construction and maintenance, 1760

Highway No. 49

Primary weights, 749

Repairs, petitions, 642, 655, 714, 936, 1046, 1128, 1215, 1266, 1294, 1326, 1346, 1452, 1480, 1502, 1554, 1589, 1616, 1644, 1718, 2007

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

Elhard, 2005

Hermanson, 1013, 1107

Jul้, 1981

Highway No. 58

Repairs, petitions, 37, 77, 103, 145, 175, 251

Stewart, 11, 37, 77, 103, 145, 235

Highway No. 155

Improvements to facilitate northern economic development, 397-98

Highway No. 310

Construction and maintenance, 1887-88

Highway No. 334

Condition, poor

Huyghebaert, 1649

Wartman, 1649

Highway No. 342

Construction and maintenance, 1548

Highway traffic officers

Responsibilities, 694-95

Statistics, number of tickets, 1916-17

Working conditions, report, private consultant, 1548-50, 1913-16

Working conditions, Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union presentation, recommendations, 1550

Highways, Weyburn-Big Muddy constituency

Repairs, petitions, 655, 714, 734, 792

Bakken, 641, 683-84, 713, 759

Highways hotline, 369

Maintenance offices

Gull Lake, 1766-67

Regional, amalgamation, service improvements

Wartman, 1051-52, 1192-93

Regional, closures, downsizing

Bjornerud, 1192

Hart, 1051-52

Northern Saskatchewan, 307

Partnerships, highway development and maintenance, 848

Prairie Grain Roads Program, 220, 370, 672

Prairie Grain Roads Program, funding, 245, 847, 1762

Provincial highways within municipal boundaries, maintenance responsibilities, 743

Secondary, weight limits, penalties, 1545-46

Skyline Road, north of Swift Current, widening program, 1763

Speed limit, increase

Divided highways

Hermanson, 532

Wartman, 532

Divided highways, member's statement

Heppner, 531-32

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

Huyghebaert, 537-38

Wartman, 536-37

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

Hart, 1675-76

Wartman, 1675-76

Strategic highway infrastructure program, 669-70, 847

Strategic rural roads partnership program, 1885-86

Thin membrane surface, rural areas, 1546-48

Twinning, 318, 665, 666-67, 847

Weights, primary, rural economic development, 847-48

 

Highways and Transportation Department

Achievements 2002-2003, plans 2003-2004, 665-67

Administrative savings, 666, 667

Capital plan, three-year, 846-47

Contractors, lawsuits, 750, 851

Contracts, payment, 750

Estimates, main (2003-2004), 665-76, 743-51, 846-51, 1543-51, 1760-67, 1885-89, 1912-20, 2020

Allchurch, 744-45, 1888-89, 1912-13

Draude, 748-50

Eagles, 672-74

Elhard, 1765-67

Harpauer, 750

Hart, 667-72, 676, 743, 751, 846-50, 1543-44, 1548-49, 1885-88, 1912-18

Heppner, 745-48

Hermanson, 1544-48

Lorenz, 674-76

Toth, 1760-62, 1919

Wakefield, 1764

Wall, 1763-64

Wartman, 665-76, 743-51, 846-51, 1543-51, 1760-67, 1885-89, 1912-19

Estimates, supplementary (2002-2003), 2020

Federal funding, 668-69

Information technology services  See Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department - Information technology services

Reorganization, 846

Staff, new appointments, senior level, 1550

 

HMCS Regina See Armed Forces - HMCS Regina

 

Hockey

Achievements, Bud Holloway, Wapella-Moosomin area, member's statement

Toth, 1109-10

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

Dearborn, 1187

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

Jul้, 716

Esso women's national hockey championship, March 12-16, 2003, Saskatoon, Team Saskatchewan, participation, member's statement

Stewart, 295-96

Estevan Bruins sportsman's dinner and auction  See Sports - Estevan Bruins sportsman's dinner and auction

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

Lorenz, 793

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

Huyghebaert, 582

Moosomin Moose recreational hockey team  See Hospitals - Moosomin, request for new, fundraising, Moosomin Moose recreational hockey team

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

Belanger, 1187-88

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

Hermanson, 1772

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

Lorenz, 392

Qu'Appelle Valley Hockey League championship, Indian Head Chiefs, winners, Saskatchewan Hockey Association provincial C championships, Milestone Flyers, winners, member's statement

McMorris, 531

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

Jul้, 938

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

Jul้, 1015

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

Brkich, 391

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

Eagles, 207

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Awards, April 15, 2003, Humboldt, hosts, member's statement

Jul้, 686-87

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

Jul้, 441-42

Melville Millionaires, member's statement

Van Mulligen, 40

Melville Millionaires, Sherwood Conference winners, March 28, 2003, member's statement

Osika, 297

Saskatchewan Midget AAA hockey championship, March 2003, Yorkton Harvest, winners, member's statement

Serby, 440-41

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

Huyghebaert, 297

World Hockey Championship, 2003, players with Saskatchewan connections, Humboldt Broncos, season successes, member's statement

Trew, 1016

 

Hog industry

Construction, investment, 129

Growth, 2

 

Holocaust Memorial Day

April 29, 2003, member's statement

Dearborn, 761

McCall, 761

 

Honours and awards

Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal  See Volunteers - Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal

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

Addley, 825

 

Hospital waiting lists, 134, 156, 184, 260, 351, 409

Hillson, 971

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 1446-48

Hillson, 1989

Nilson, 1989-90

Surgery

Bariatric (stomach stapling), wait list, surgical equipment, 1175-76

Priorities, clinical tool, pilot project, 244

Procedures, costs, 1176

Registry, 1177-79

Registry, implementation, 6, 113, 244

Surgical care network

Nilson, 971

 

Hospitals

Capital construction funds, 262

Emergency departments, staffing

Gantefoer, 617-18

Nilson, 617-18

Fort Qu'Appelle First Nations hospital, capital funding, 244

Ile-a-la-Crosse, new, construction, 247, 268

Kindersley, maintain current level of services, current specialty services, petitions, 792, 853, 904, 936, 1014, 1046, 1078, 1128, 1186, 1215, 1294, 1326, 1393, 1426, 1616, 1644, 1804, 1822, 1892, 2007

Brkich, 1804

Dearborn, 760, 823, 875, 903, 991, 1013, 1045-46, 1108, 1155-56, 1209, 1265, 1293-94, 1345, 1393, 1588, 1616, 1769, 1845, 1981, 2006

La Loche, new, 247

La Ronge, new, 247, 334

Moosomin

New, 322

Request for new, fundraising, 130-31

Request for new, fundraising, Moosomin Moose recreational hockey team, Guinness book world record, April 19, 2003, member's statement

Toth, 687

Request for new, fundraising, Moosomin Moose recreational hockey team, Guinness book world record, member's statement

Toth, 176-77

Request for new, project status, 1444

Preeceville, funding, 262

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

Trew, 13-14

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

Hillson, 296

Souris Valley building, Weyburn, disposal process, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 632-38

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, funding for planning and evaluation project, ministerial statement (Nilson)

Nilson, 331-32

Wall, 332

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, government funding, petitions, 37, 103, 145, 205, 235, 251, 323

Wall, 11, 77, 103, 175, 235, 293

Swift Current Regional Hospital, new, request, 196

Wilkie Union, accreditation, loss, 378

 

Housing, 374  See also Indians/First Nations - Housing

Affordable, 1875-77

Centenary affordable housing program, funding through Canada-Saskatchewan Affordable Housing Program Agreement, 7, 167, 246, 312, 340, 409, 1877

Meadow Lake, partnership, 225

Northern Saskatchewan, 312, 333, 335, 571-72, 1038-39

Northern Saskatchewan, funding, programs, Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, 1284

Northern Saskatchewan, programs, rent-to-own, 1284-85

Construction, increase, member's statement

Wartman, 502

Prince Albert Housing Authority  See YWCA (Young Women's Christian Association) - Prince Albert

Social, 268, 413

Northern Saskatchewan, 386-87

Programs, 167

Rental rates, increase, 1684-85

 

Human resources

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

Addley, 763

 

Humboldt, Sask. See Hockey

 

 

I

 

IBEW See International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers

 

Ile-a-la-Crosse, Sask. See Health care - Centres - Ile-a-la-Crosse, multi-use facility

 

Immigration

Immigrants, Saskatchewan Business magazine, member's statement

Hamilton, 237

Policy, 516

Saskatchewan immigration programs, enhancements, 154

Strategy, Your Future is Here, partnership with federal government, member's statement

Yates, 659

 

Income

Child tax credit, expansion, 154, 312, 352

Seniors' tax credit, increase, 352

 

Income tax

Debt reduction surtax, elimination, 244

Flat tax, elimination, 244, 374-75

High income surtax, elimination, 244

Inflation, indexing to, eliminating tax increases in form of bracket creep, 246, 266-67

Reduction, 7, 91, 134, 244, 246, 274, 319, 400, 413, 700-702

Reduction, closes Alberta advantage, member's statement

Yates, 417

 

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

First reading

Melenchuk, 971

Second reading

Krawetz, 1145-46

Melenchuk, 1026-27

Toth, 1027-28

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Krawetz, 1358-61

Melenchuk, 1358-61

Third reading

Melenchuk, 1362

Royal Assent, 2019

 

Indians/First Nations  See also Business - Western Aboriginal Business Summit

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

Jul้, 1130

Aboriginal Employment Development Program, 3, 113

Funding, 408, 1202

Partnership agreements, member's statement

Forbes, 325

Business development, 307

Education See also School boards - Partnerships, Aboriginal organizations

Development, 307

Memorandum of understanding, Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, Learning Dept., 988, 1975-76

Education, post-secondary, funding, 1972

Full participation in economy/society, 3, 94-95, 128-29, 408

Calvert, 151-52

Culture, recreation, 269

First Nations Fund, 3

Northern Development Accord, federal-provincial, 3

Northern Development Fund, 3

Young people, 163

Housing, rentals, off-reserve, 1203

Housing, rentals, on-reserve, 1203, 1881

Justice, Aboriginal men, deaths, Saskatoon  See Police services - Justice, Aboriginal men, deaths, Saskatoon

Languages, recognition, 28-29

Libraries  See Libraries - Public - Aboriginal services, funding

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

Goulet, 502-3

Jul้, 236-37

National Aborigi