Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan

Hansard Subject Index - 1st Session, 25th Legislature

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A-1 Soybean Enterprises Ltd. See Food processing industry - A-1 Soybean Enterprises Ltd.

 

Aboriginal Affairs Department, 449-50

 

Aboriginal employment development program See First Nations - Aboriginal employment development program

 

Aboriginals See First Nations; Métis

 

Accountants

Distinguished Community Service Awards, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan (May 28, 2004, member's statement

Addley, 1273

 

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE)

Report, phase II, ministerial statement

Brkich, 3106

Serby, 3105-6

Report recommendations, consideration, 312

 

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

 

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Women See Women - Action Plan for Saskatchewan Women

 

Action plan on workplace health and safety See Occupational health and safety - Action plan on workplace health and safety

 

Addictions See Drug and alcohol abuse

 

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, 20-38, 62-70, 82-103, 118-40, 153-74, 186-203, 216-36

Speakers

Atkinson, 225-27

Beatty, 84-88

Belanger, 130-33

Bjornerud, 101-3, 118-19

Borgerson, 26-29

Brkich, 193-97

Calvert, 229-34

Cheveldayoff, 161-65

Chisholm, 83-84

Cline, 218-21

Crofford, 137-40, 153

Dearborn, 35-37

Elhard, 221-25

Hagel, 197-201

Hamilton, 124-27

Harper, 191-93

Hart, 201-3, 216-18

Heppner, 133-37

Higgins, 165-67

Huyghebaert, 93-98

Iwanchuk, 119-21

Kerpan, 153-57

Kirsch, 127-30

McCall, 172-74, 186-88

Merriman, 121-23

Morgan, 65-67

Morin, 20-25

Prebble, 98-101

Quennell, 91-93

Stewart, 188-91

Taylor, 38, 62-65

Thomson, 157-61

Toth, 227-29

Trew, 68-70

Wakefield, 88-91

Wall, 29-34

Weekes, 168-71

Motion for consideration, moved by Ms. Morin, seconded by Mr. Borgerson, 25

Motion for presentation to Lieutenant Governor, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 235

 

Administration of Estates Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 10)

First reading

Quennell, 185

Second reading

Harpauer, 646-47

Morgan, 548

Quennell, 547-48

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 647

Third reading

Quennell, 1494

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Administrative Professionals Day

(April 21, 2004, member's statement

Draude, 651

Yates, 651

(April 27, 2005, member's statement

Heppner, 2716

Morin, 2716

 

Adoption Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 25)

First reading

Crofford, 535

Second reading

Bakken, 1177-78

Crofford, 628-29

Gantefoer, 700-701

Harpauer, 629-30

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1178

Third reading

Crofford, 1402

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Adoption Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 26)

First reading

Crofford, 535

Second reading

Bakken, 1178

Crofford, 630

Gantefoer, 701-2

Harpauer, 630

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1178

Third reading

Crofford, 1402

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 90)

First reading

Quennell, 2083

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2165

Quennell, 2165

Wakefield, 2384-85

Weekes, 2491-92

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2492

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 2873

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Adults

Protection See International Protection of Adults (Hague Convention Implementation) Act (No. 92)

 

Ag-West Biotech Inc.

Funding, 310

 

Agri-Food Act, 2004 (No. 65)

First reading

Wartman, 1280

Second reading

Hart, 1482-83

Huyghebaert, 1337

Stewart, 1572

Wartman, 1336-37

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Wartman)

Wartman, 1573

Third reading

Wartman, 1663-64

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Agri-food industry See also Agri-Food Act, 2004 (No. 65); Food processing industry

Growth, 2196

 

Agribition See Agriculture - Canadian Western Agribition

 

Agribusiness See Agriculture - Agribusiness

 

Agricultural implements See Farm machinery industry

 

Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan

Budget (2005), reaction, 2293

 

Agriculture, 4, 36, 95-96, 120, 1594-95 See also Agri-Food Act, 2004 (No. 65); Seager Wheeler Maple Grove Farm

Agribusiness, opportunities, expansion, 4

Agribusiness development, interns, Agriculture and Food Dept., 2200

Agricultural policy framework, national policy, provincial funding, 277, 350, 360, 484

Agricultural policy framework, programs, 1312-14 See also below Conservation cover program

Agriculture enterprise program, funding, 1312

Business advisory services, funding, 1312

Farm family opportunities initiative See Farm families - Farm family opportunities initiative

Intergenerational farm transfer, funding, 1315

Safety and food quality, funding, 1315

Agriculture Development Fund, programs, new agriculture and food research projects, funding, ministerial statement

Stewart, 965

Wartman, 964-65

Business risk management programs, funding, 309

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program

Administered in Saskatchewan, consideration, 2802

Claims, processing, 2545-47

Claims, processing, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation data transfer problem, 2805

Costs, 2547-48

Costs, estimates, 2548-49

Formula, negotiation for change, 2541-42

Funding, Saskatchewan participation, 484, 1170-74, 1460-63, 1628, 1753, 1755, 1760, 1764-65, 2216, 2219-20, 2250, 2252, 2254, 2286, 2292-93, 2320

Stewart, 591-92, 622-23, 1277-78, 1744-45

Wall, 1779-82

Wartman, 591-92, 622-23, 1278, 1745-46, 1779-82

Payments, 2540-41

Bjornerud, 2047

Wartman, 2047

Payments, appeals, 2546-47

Payments, timeliness, 2542-43, 2801-2

Producer deposits, reimbursement

Eagles, 2239

Wall, 2417-18

Wartman, 2239, 2417-18

Provincial funding, 2324-26

Provincial funding, petitions, 1739, 1772, 1788, 1802, 1832, 1860, 1891, 1903, 1916, 1947, 1973, 2002, 2109, 2303, 2362, 2402, 2414, 2506, 2516, 2528, 3096, 3246

Allchurch, 1707, 1771

Bakken, 2266, 2328, 2390, 2401, 2472, 2505-6, 2515

Bjornerud, 1737, 1772, 1787, 1801, 1831, 1902, 1913-14

Chisholm, 1890, 1915

Dearborn, 1946, 3064

Draude, 1787, 1801, 1831

Eagles, 1737-38, 1771

Elhard, 1857

Hart, 1772, 1788, 1802, 1915

Hermanson, 1737

Kirsch, 1788

Morgan, 1889-90, 1902, 1914

Stewart, 1737, 1857-58, 1945

Toth, 1771

Wall, 1787

Weekes, 2074

Provincial funding (2003), 2226-27

Provincial funding (2003), federal programs, equitable funding formulas, moved (Stewart)

Atkinson, 1934-35

Bjornerud, 1932-34

Draude, 1936-37

Harpauer, 1929-31

Stewart, 1928-29

Wartman, 1931-32

Provincial funding (2003), federal programs, equitable funding formulas, moved (Stewart); questions and answers

Atkinson, 1938

Brkich, 1938

D'Autremont, 1938

Harpauer, 1939

Hart, 1937

Serby, 1937, 1939

Stewart, 1937-38

Wartman, 1938

Provincial funding (2004), 2196

Bjornerud, 2159, 2240-41

Draude, 2159

Wall, 2157-58

Wartman, 2158-59, 2240-41

Provincial funding (2005), 3200-3202

Stewart, 1867-68

Wartman, 1867-68

Review, 2806-7

Review, schedule, 2977

Review committee, presentations to, 2977-78

Staff layoffs, federal, 2545

Canadian agricultural skills services program, 2805

Canadian farm income program, 102, 195, 202, 224, 314, 367, 380, 1627

Canadian farm income program, producer claims, 190, 2971

Stewart, 113-15

Wartman, 114-16

Canadian Western Agribition, Regina (November 22-27, 2004, member's statement

Kirsch, 1836

McCall, 1835

Carbon sequestering See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Carbon sequestering, agricultural soils

Challenges, issues, 310, 354, 1760-61

Conservation cover program, cancelled, 300, 313, 360, 376-77, 385, 1311-12

Crisis, 30, 102-3, 128, 170-71, 189-90, 421, 2262, 2320, 2343

Disaster area, RM of Great Bend No. 405, 171

Extension service call centre, Moose Jaw See Rural service centre, Moose Jaw, knowledge centre below

Farm improvement loan program, federal, status

Bjornerud, 2046-47

Wartman, 2047

Federal program (2005), new, Saskatchewan participation

Bjornerud, 2239-40

Wartman, 2239-40

Funding, 306, 348, 369, 419, 2196, 2244, 2261-62, 2286

Bjornerud, 2212-13, 3073-74

Serby, 3073-74

Wartman, 2212-14

Federal, two-year transition, 314

Federal (2005), 2244-45, 2277-78

Bjornerud, 2159-60, 3104-5

Calvert, 3104-5

Wartman, 2159-60, 3105

Research and technology, 2293

Government record, member's statement

Stewart, 1516

Migrant workers, 2951

Organic, freight rates, 195

Pests See Agrologists - Pest forecasting services

Programs, funding, 456

Disease surveillance, 310

Food safety, food safety training, 310

Value-chain initiatives, 310

Research, funding, Agriculture Development Fund, strategic research program at University of Saskatchewan, 310

Rural service centre, Moose Jaw, knowledge centre, 1019, 1457-58

Rural service centres, closures, 274, 300, 309, 313, 360-61, 367, 376, 380, 385-86, 422, 425, 452 See also Agrologists

Agricultural extension program, restructuring, cost savings

Wartman, 1074-75

Biggar, 430

Biggar, rescind, petitions, 782, 808, 819, 830, 860, 894, 1494

Weekes, 748, 782, 808, 819, 860, 1465-66

Costs, leaseholder settlements, 1023, 1458

Krawetz, 837

Stewart, 865-66

Wartman, 837

Costs, leaseholder settlements, severance pay

Stewart, 1074

Leaseholder settlements, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation responsibility

Higgins, 865-66

Member's statement

Brkich, 435

Weekes, 832

Western Canada Farm Progress Show, Regina (June 16-18, 2004, member's statement

Yates, 1651

 

Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department See also Agriculture and Food Department

Estimates, main (2004-2005), 912-22, 1019-26, 1165-74, 1310-15, 1455-63, 1694-95

Bjornerud, 913-14, 1165

Cheveldayoff, 921-22

Dearborn, 914-19

Draude, 920-21, 1024-26, 1166-69

Harpauer, 1022-24, 1165-66, 1170-74, 1311-14

Hart, 1019-22, 1460-63

Kerpan, 919-20, 922

Stewart, 913, 1019, 1170, 1311, 1314-15, 1455-60

Toth, 1169-70

Wartman, 913-22, 1019-26, 1165-74, 1310-15, 1455-63

Estimates, supplementary (2003-2004), 1696

Estimates, supplementary (2004-2005), 3240

Extension services, reorganization, amalgamation of rural service centres See Agriculture - Rural service centres, closures

Funding, 360, 476

Minister, poem, member's statement

Dearborn, 616-17

Staff, agribusiness development officers, 1020

Staff, agrologists, 1019-20

Staff, reduction, 386

 

Agriculture and Food Department See also Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department

Budget, increase, additional employee, 2292

Employees, climate change program, 2979

Estimates, further (2005-2006), 3241

Estimates, main (2005-2006), 2540-50, 2797-2807, 2971-80, 3240

Allchurch, 2797-2800

Bjornerud, 2540-48, 2971-73

Draude, 2802-5

Harpauer, 2805, 2973-77

Hart, 2548-50, 2805-6, 2977-79

Huyghebaert, 2805

Toth, 2979

Wartman, 2540-50, 2797-2807, 2971-80

Weekes, 2800-2802

Lending and investing activities (2005-2006), 3241

 

Agriculture Development Fund See Agriculture - Research, funding

 

Agroforestry See Forest industry - Agroforestry, development

 

Agrologists See also Agriculture, Food and Rural Revitalization Department - Staff, agrologists; Agriculture - Rural service centres, closures

Agrologist extension program, numbers, 1022

Agrologist extension program, reduction

Stewart, 561, 590

Wartman, 561, 590-91

Meeting in Saskatoon

Stewart, 591

Wartman, 591

Rescind decision, petitions, 684

Brkich, 649

Agrologist inspection services, cancelled, 300, 425-26, 430

Agrologist inspection services, cancelled, cost savings, 1022-23

Pest forecasting services, 1020-21

Provincial, reduction, 1457

Provincial, reduction, severance packages, 1458

 

Air shows

Saskatchewan Air Show, air force base, 15 Wing Moose Jaw (June 13, 2004, member's statement

Hagel, 1548

 

Air transportation

Clearwater Aviation, charter company, Clearwater River Dene Nation, owner/operator, member's statement

Belanger, 2683

 

Aircraft

Government

Firefighting, renewal, 1748, 1759, 2313, 2320, 2339

Atkinson, 1981-82

Huyghebaert, 1981-82

Firefighting, renewal, ministerial statement

Forbes, 1957

Huyghebaert, 1957-58

Firefighting, SEAT (single engine air tankers) program, Manitoba, 2315, 2320

Maintenance orientation program, Churchill Community High School, La Ronge, member's statement

Beatty, 3098

 

Alcohol See Saskatchewan Liquor Board

 

Alcohol abuse See Drug and alcohol abuse

 

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 67)

First reading

Cline, 1294

Second reading

Cline, 1341-42

D'Autremont, 1732-36

Draude, 2170-71

McMorris, 1342-43

Morgan, 1854

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Cline), 2171

Third reading

Cline, 3127

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Regina See Saskatchewan Cancer Agency - Allan Blair Cancer Centre, Regina

 

Alzheimer's disease

Awareness, Gearing Up for Alzheimer's Disease, trans-Canada bicycle tour, member's statement

Hamilton, 2716

 

Ambulance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 59)

First reading

Nilson, 1254

Second reading

Cheveldayoff, 2571-72

Dearborn, 1481-82

Gantefoer, 1298-99

Hermanson, 2376-78

Huyghebaert, 1589-91

Krawetz, 2168-70

Morgan, 1729-30

Nilson, 1297-98

 

Ambulance service, 446

Ambulance professionals, Yorkton, strike

3085

Ambulance professionals, Yorkton, strike, wage parity, 3233-34

Bjornerud, 2367-68, 2684-85

Nilson, 2367-68, 2684-85

Charges to patients, flat rate, 2708-9

Charges to patients, Langenburg to Yorkton, 3233

Dodsland and Luseland, continue, petitions, 936, 1067, 1130, 1183, 1246, 1258, 1272, 1282, 1328, 1378, 1390, 1412, 1466, 1494, 1511, 1576, 1662, 1676

Dearborn, 924, 1033-34, 1102, 1130, 1232, 1246, 1258, 1271, 1282, 1328, 1377, 1402, 1412

Hermanson, 1401, 1411, 1465, 1493, 1545, 1647, 1661

Eatonia, continue, petitions, 1546, 1576, 1676, 1708, 1860, 2002

Dearborn, 1545-46, 1662, 1676, 1832, 1972

Emergency response times, standards, 2503

Grants, 2816

Helicopters, 3232-33

Legislation, changes, accountability, transparency, 1357-59

Gantefoer, 1289-90

Nilson, 1289-90

Regional health authorities, budgeting and funding processes, 3085-86

Yorkton, 2816

 

Angling

Licences See Hunting - Licence sales, hunting, trapping and angling

 

Anne, Princess Royal See Royal family - Anne, Princess Royal

 

Anniversaries See Wedding anniversaries; World War, 1939-1945 - D-Day campaign

 

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

 

Apiaries Act, 2005 (No. 94)

First reading

Wartman, 2214

Second reading

Brkich, 2493-94

Harpauer, 2372

Kirsch, 2580

Wartman, 2371-72

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Wartman)

Wartman, 2580

Third reading

Wartman, 3150

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission

Funding, 2199

 

Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 1) (No. 18)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 334

Second reading

Van Mulligen, 334

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 334-35

Royal Assent, 335

 

Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 42)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 801

Second reading

Van Mulligen, 802

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 802

Royal Assent, 802

 

Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 3) (No. 74)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 1697

Second reading

Van Mulligen, 1698

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1698

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 4) (No. 89)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 1991

Second reading

Van Mulligen, 1991

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1991

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Appropriation Act, 2005 (No. 1) (No. 117)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 2669

Second reading

Van Mulligen, 2669

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 2669

Royal Assent, 2677

 

Appropriation Act, 2005 (No. 2) (No. 126)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 3257

Second reading

Van Mulligen, 3257-58

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 3257-58

Royal Assent, 3259

 

Archives Act, 2004 (No. 33)

First reading

Beatty, 624

Second reading, 1209

Bakken, 885-86

Beatty, 662-63

Kerpan, 663-64

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Beatty)

Beatty, 1209

Third reading

Beatty, 1663

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Arnot, David See Treaty Commissioner Office - Judge David Arnot

 

Art/Artists, 28, 362-63 See also Dance; Music; Organization of Saskatchewan Arts Councils; Pottery; Saskatchewan Arts Board; Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts; Theatre

Art projects, school See Schools - Raymore School, centennial art project, member's statement

ArtsSmarts awards, Broadview High School Drama Club, Grenfell Elementary Community School, Centre 48 and Montmartre School, member's statement

Toth, 2747-48

Canada Council for the Arts, Molson prizes, Maria Campbell, Saskatoon, arts award recipient, member's statement

Beatty, 1236

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, 362

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, 13th annual (2004), member's statement

McCall, 1235

Cathedral Village Arts Festival, Regina, 14th annual (2005), member's statement

McCall, 3154

Exhibition, Anne Frank in the World, Saskatoon, Diefenbaker Canada Centre (May 16-June 30, 2005, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2518-19

Exhibition, Count Berthold John Von Imhoff, Neutral Ground Art Gallery, Regina, member's statement

Morin, 3032-33

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

Borgerson, 810-11

Fine Arts Festival, 13th, Prince Albert, Prince Albert Grand Council, organizer, member's statement

Borgerson, 749

Jerome, Roger See Legislative Building, Regina - Centennial mural, Roger Jerome

Mindscapes 2004, National Gallery of Canada exhibition, Bill Pelletier, Willi Daechert, Regina, contributing artists, member's statement

Morin, 1548

Struck, Wendy, research project, New York city, financial award, member's statement

Brkich, 2563

 

Art galleries See Mendel Art Gallery

 

Assessment, property See Property assessment

 

Assessment Management Agency Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 68)

First reading

Taylor, 1294

Second reading

Bjornerud, 1854

Brkich, 1433-34

Dearborn, 1571-72

Hart, 1730-32

Kerpan, 1340-41

McMorris, 1586-88

Taylor, 1339-40

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 1854

Third reading

Taylor, 1988

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Athletics

Dale Wig, Eastend, achievements, Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association, Track and Field Championship, Saskatoon (June 4-5, 2004, member's statement

Elhard, 1652-53

Saskatchewan Athletes of the Year Awards, Saskatoon (March 16, 2005, member's statement

Belanger, 2077

Saskatchewan High Schools Athletic Association, Track and Field Championship, Saskatoon (June 4-5, 2004, member's statement

Belanger, 1500

University of Saskatchewan, Mary Ethel Cartwright Trophy, Female Athlete of the Year award, Kelsie Hendry, recipient (2005), member's statement

Merriman, 3116

 

Authors, 362 See also Books

Cariou, Warren, formerly of Meadow Lake, juror, Giller Prize (2005), member's statement

Sonntag, 3154-55

De Moissac, Jeanne Marie, Biggar, recipient of Saskatchewan Arts Board, individual assistance grant program, literary category, member's statement

Weekes, 2684

Karpan, Arlene and Robin, Parkland Publishing, Saskatchewan content, recognition, member's statement

Addley, 1863

Martel, Yann, writer-in-residence (2004), Saskatchewan Writers Guild [i.e., Saskatoon Public Library], member's statement

Atkinson, 653

Vanderhaeghe, Guy, recognition, member's statement

Junor, 109-10

 

Autism

Autism Treatment Services of Saskatchewan, Spring Gala, 8th annual (April 30, 2005, member's statement

Morgan, 2863-64

Children, access to resources, petitions, 3064, 3096, 3110, 3219, 3246

Eagles, 3027, 3063, 3095, 3143, 3217, 3245-46

Children, treatment, services

McMorris, 1584

Nilson, 1584

 

Autism Treatment Services of Saskatchewan See Autism - Autism Treatment Services of Saskatchewan

 

Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 7)

First reading

Sonntag, 117

Second reading

Brkich, 1304

Eagles, 1147

Elhard, 1476-79, 1541-42

Heppner, 539-41

Sonntag, 537-39

Toth, 769-73, 909-11

Weekes, 911-12

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Sonntag)

Sonntag, 1542-43

Third reading

Sonntag, 1676

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 124)

First reading

Sonntag, 2832

Second reading

D'Autremont, 3083-84

Hermanson, 2929-30

Sonntag, 2929

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Sonntag)

Sonntag, 3084

Third reading

Sonntag, 3127

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Automobile Injury Appeal Commission

Case decisions on website, privacy, infraction

Morgan, 2081-82, 2115

Quennell, 2081-83, 2115

 

Automobiles See Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 7); Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 124); Automobile Injury Appeal Commission; Motor vehicles; Vehicle Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 48)

 

Available hours legislation See Labour Standards Act - Section 13.4

 

Avian flu

Testing, prevention, 919

 

Aviation fuel See Fuel - Aviation

 

Awards See Honours and awards

 

Badge and Shield Week, Saskatoon See Service clubs - Rotary Club of Saskatoon, Badge and Shield Week

 

Baker, Henry Harold Peter See Condolences - Baker, Henry Harold Peter

 

Barnsley, John See Cancer - Treatment - Waiting times, John Barnsley case

 

Barrowman, Robert See Centenarians - Celebrations (March 29, 2005, Jubilee Nursing Home

 

Baseball

Regina Red Sox, Western Major Baseball League, opening game (May 27, 2005, member's statement

Hamilton, 3248

Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame, Selnes family members, induction, member's statement

Gantefoer, 2682-83

 

Basketball

Hoopla Provincial Championships (2005)

Foam Lake Lady Panthers, 2A championship, gold medallists, member's statement

Draude, 2518

Girls 4A, Meadow Lake Spartan Girls Basketball Team, gold medallists, member's statement

Sonntag, 2271-72

Kenaston senior girls high school team, silver medallists, member's statement

Kerpan, 2305

National Basketball Association (USA), Most Valuable Player, Steve Nash, Canada, member's statement

Dearborn, 2963

Regina Intercollegiate Basketball League, Junior Boys, Scott Collegiate championship winners, member's statement

McCall, 2027-28

 

Battleford, Sask. See Centennials - Battleford; Tourism - Battleford, North Battleford

 

Beall, Donna See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatoon

 

Beaumont, Norman and Elsie See Wedding anniversaries - 77 years, Norman and Elsie Beaumont

 

Beef industry See Cattle industry - Beef

 

Beef Initiative Group See Meat processing industry - Beef Initiative Group

 

Beer

Bulk beer discount structure, reinstate, petitions, 1082, 1576, 1649, 1662

Brkich, 1067

Eagles, 1545, 1575, 1647-48

Great Western Brewing Company, silver medal winner, World Beer Cup, member's statement

Forbes, 991

Homebrew Open event, Regina, Kelly Deis, gold medal winner, best of show category, member's statement

Wartman, 1133

Off-sale stores, volume discount, changes

Bakken, 928

Cline, 405-6, 928-29, 1653-54

D'Autremont, 405-6, 1653-54

Tax, increase, 275

 

Bees See Apiaries Act, 2005 (No. 94)

 

Benedict XVI, Pope (1927- )

Election (2005), member's statement

Dearborn, 2561

Morin, 2561

 

Berndt, Myra See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Kyle, Helen Erickson; Lucky Lake, Myra Berndt

 

Bethany College Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 301)

Petition, 718, 782

Second reading

Heppner, 839

Referred to Private Bills Committee, moved (Heppner)

Heppner, 839

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Heppner, 1111

Third reading

Heppner, 1112

Royal Assent, 1543

 

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

 

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

*No. 301. Bethany College Amendment Act, 2004. Heppner

*No. 302. Fountain of Life School of Ministry Inc. Act. Toth

*No. 303. Saskatchewan School Trustees' Association Amendment Act, 2004. McCall

*No. 304. Concentra Trust Act, 2005. Addley

*No. 305. Saskatoon Foundation Amendment Act, 2005. Addley

*No. 306. Soeurs de la Charite de St. Louis Repeal Act. Hagel

 

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

*No. 1. Financial Administration Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 2. Power Corporation Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 3. Certified Management Consultants Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 4. Municipal Employees' Pension Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 5. Saskatchewan Pension Annuity Fund Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 6. Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 7. Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004. Sonntag

*No. 8. Gas Inspection Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 9. Electrical Inspection Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 10. Administration of Estates Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 11. Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Amendment Act, 2004. Thomson

*No. 12. Purchasing Act, 2004. Higgins

*No. 13. Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Amendment Act, 2004. Cline

*No. 14. Highway Traffic Amendment Act, 2004. Sonntag

*No. 15. Workers' Compensation Board Pension Implementation Act. Higgins

*No. 16. Geographic Names Board Amendment Act, 2004. Cline

*No. 17. Department of Energy and Mines Amendment Act, 2004. Cline

*No. 18. Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 1). Van Mulligen

*No. 19. Land Titles Amendment Act, 2004. Cline

*No. 20. Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amendment Act, 2004. Cline

*No. 21. Saskatchewan Association of School Business Officials Act, 2004. Thomson

*No. 22. Saskatchewan Farm Security Amendment Act, 2004. Wartman

*No. 23. Regional Parks Amendment Act, 2004. Forbes

*No. 24. Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 25. Adoption Amendment Act, 2004. Crofford

*No. 26. Adoption Consequential Amendment Act, 2004. Crofford

*No. 27. Political Contributions Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 28. Public Employees Pension Plan Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 29. Snowmobile Amendment Act, 2004. Sonntag

*No. 30. Queen's Bench Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 31. Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 32. Powers of Attorney Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 33. Archives Act, 2004. Beatty

*No. 34. Psychologists Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 35. Crown Corporations Amendment Act, 2004. Atkinson

*No. 36. Provincial Sales Tax Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 37. Tobacco Tax Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 38. Credit Reporting Act. Quennell

*No. 39. Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 40. Fatal Accidents Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 41. Contributory Negligence Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 42. Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 2). Van Mulligen

*No. 43. Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act. Quennell

*No. 44. Municipal Revenue Sharing Amendment Act, 2004. Taylor

*No. 45. Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2004. Taylor

*No. 46. Northern Municipalities Amendment Act, 2004. Taylor

*No. 47. Pension Benefits Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 48. Vehicle Administration Amendment Act, 2004. Sonntag

*No. 49. Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 50. Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004. Higgins

*No. 51. Limitations Act. Quennell

*No. 52. Limitations Consequential Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 53. Securities Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 54. Tobacco Control Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 55. Regional Health Services Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 56. Public Health Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 57. Irrigation Amendment Act, 2004. Wartman

*No. 58. Cities Amendment Act, 2004. Taylor

No. 59. Ambulance Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 60. Public Service Amendment Act, 2004. Atkinson

*No. 61. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 62. Statute Law Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 63. Statute Law Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2). Quennell

*No. 64. Post-Secondary Graduate Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004. Thomson

*No. 65. Agri-Food Act, 2004. Wartman

*No. 66. Cattle Marketing Deductions Amendment Act, 2004. Wartman

*No. 67. Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2004. Cline

*No. 68. Assessment Management Agency Amendment Act, 2004. Taylor

*No. 69. Public Inquiries Amendment Act, 2004. Quennell

*No. 70. Income Tax Amendment Act, 2004. Van Mulligen

*No. 71. City of Lloydminster Act. Taylor

*No. 72. Traffic Safety Act. Sonntag

*No. 73. Traffic Safety Consequential Amendment Act, 2004. Sonntag

*No. 74. Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 3). Van Mulligen

*No. 75. Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act. Atkinson

*No. 76. Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute Amendment Act, 2004. Wartman

*No. 77. Public Works and Services Act. Higgins

*No. 78. Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation Repeal Act. Higgins

*No. 79. Wildlife Habitat Protection Amendment Act, 2004. Forbes

*No. 80. Education Amendment Act, 2004. Thomson

No. 81. Municipalities Act. Taylor

No. 82. Miscellaneous Municipal Statutes Amendment Act, 2004. Taylor

*No. 83. Medical Profession Amendment Act, 2004. Nilson

*No. 84. Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2). Nilson

*No. 85. Film Employment Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004. Beatty

*No. 86. Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2). Higgins

*No. 87. Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004. Higgins

*No. 88. Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004. Higgins

*No. 89. Appropriation Act, 2004 (No. 4). Van Mulligen

*No. 90. Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 91. Land Surveys Amendment Act, 2005. Cline

*No. 92. International Protection of Adults (Hague Convention Implementation) Act. Quennell

*No. 93. Doukhobors of Canada C.C.U.B. Trust Fund Amendment Act, 2005. Beatty

*No. 94. Apiaries Act, 2005. Wartman

*No. 95. Ecological Reserves Amendment Act, 2005. Forbes

*No. 96. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, 2005. Thomson

*No. 97. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Consequential Amendment Act, 2005. Thomson

*No. 98. Prairie and Forest Fires Amendment Act, 2005. Forbes

*No. 99. Canadian Information Processing Society of Saskatchewan Act. Thomson

*No. 100. Police Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 101. Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act. Quennell

*No. 102. Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act. Quennell

*No. 103. Real Estate Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 104. Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2005. Taylor

*No. 105. Local Government Election Amendment Act, 2005. Taylor

*No. 106. Municipalities Act. Taylor

*No. 107. Municipalities Consequential Amendment Act, 2005. Taylor

*No. 108. Business Corporations Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 109. Criminal Enterprise Suppression Act. Quennell

*No. 110. Seizure of Criminal Property Act. Quennell

*No. 111. Small Claims Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 112. Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 113. Non-profit Corporations Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 114. Education Amendment Act, 2005. Thomson

*No. 115. Education Property Tax Credit Act. Thomson

*No. 116. Osteopathic Practice Repeal Act. Nilson

*No. 117. Appropriation Act, 2005 (No. 1). Van Mulligen

*No. 118. Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act, 2005. Forbes

*No. 119. Election Amendment Act, 2005. Quennell

*No. 120. Fuel Tax Amendment Act, 2005. Van Mulligen

*No. 121. Farm Financial Stability Amendment Act, 2005. Wartman

*No. 122. Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005. Higgins

*No. 123. Wildlife Habitat Protection Amendment Act, 2005. Forbes

*No. 124. Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2005. Sonntag

*No. 125. Corporation Capital Tax Amendment Act, 2005. Van Mulligen

*No. 126. Appropriation Act, 2005 (No. 2). Van Mulligen

No. 201. Whistleblower Protection Act. Morgan

No. 202. Legislative Assembly and Executive Council (Set Election Dates) Amendment Act, 2004. Hermanson

*No. 203. Recognition of John George Diefenbaker Day Act. Brkich

No. 204. Recognition of First Nations Women Act, 2005. Draude

No. 205. Water Quality Recognition Day Act. Brkich

No. 206. Labour Standards (Repeal of Government Directed Hours) Amendment Act. Krawetz

No. 207. Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act. Draude

*No. 208. Tommy Douglas Day Act. McCall

 

Bills referred to committee

Crown and Central Agencies Committee

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 67), 2171

Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 7), 1542-43

Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 124), 3084

Canadian Information Processing Society of Saskatchewan Act (No. 99), 2860

Crown Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 35), 1568

Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act (No. 75), 1844

Electrical Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 9), 1149

Gas Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 8), 1148

Highway Traffic Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 14), 1349

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 20), 1149

Land Surveys Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 91), 2578

Land Titles Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 19), 1966

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, 2005 (No. 96), 3010

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 61), 1571

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Consequential Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 97), 3010

Political Contributions Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 27), 641

Power Corporation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2), 1146

Public Service Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 60), 1570

Public Works and Services Act (No. 77), 1848

Purchasing Act, 2004 (No. 12), 1048

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation Repeal Act (No. 78), 1848

Snowmobile Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 29), 1308

Traffic Safety Act (No. 72), 1967

Traffic Safety Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 73), 1967

Vehicle Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 48), 1310

Economy Committee

Agri-Food Act, 2004 (No. 65), 1573

Apiaries Act, 2005 (No. 94), 2580

Cattle Marketing Deductions Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 66), 1569

Certified Management Consultants Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 3), 640

Corporation Capital Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 125), 3081

Department of Energy and Mines Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 17), 1175

Ecological Reserves Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 95), 2954

Farm Financial Stability Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 121), 3082

Financial Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 1), 1304

Fuel Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 120), 3079

Geographic Names Board Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 16), 1145

Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 88), 2953

Income Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 70), 1541

Irrigation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 57), 1966

Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 13), 1149

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 50), 1350

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 86), 3058

Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 122), 3061

Municipal Employees' Pension Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 4), 643

Pension Benefits Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 47), 1206

Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 76), 1966-67

Prairie and Forest Fires Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 98), 2955

Provincial Sales Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 36), 1303

Public Employees Pension Plan Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 28), 1179

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 22), 1176

Saskatchewan Pension Annuity Fund Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 5), 645

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act, 2005 (No. 118), 3140

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 6), 646

Tobacco Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 37), 1216

Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 87), 3057

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 79), 1968

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 123), 3141

Workers' Compensation Board Pension Implementation Act (No. 15), 1145

Human Services Committee

Administration of Estates Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 10), 647

Adoption Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 25), 1178

Adoption Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 26), 1178

Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 90), 2492

Business Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 108), 3005

Contributory Negligence Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 41), 1568

Credit Reporting Act (No. 38), 1216

Criminal Enterprise Suppression Act (No. 109), 3076

Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 11), 1149

Doukhobors of Canada C.C.U.B. Trust Fund Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 93), 2386-87

Education Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 80), 2842

Education Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 114), 2840

Education Property Tax Credit Act (No. 115), 2841

Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 119), 3078

Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act (No. 101), 2583

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 39), 1204

Fatal Accidents Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 40), 1205

Film Employment Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 85), 1967-68

International Protection of Adults (Hague Convention Implementation) Act (No. 92), 2493

Limitations Act (No. 51), 1309

Limitations Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 52), 1310

Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act (No. 102), 3002

Medical Profession Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 83), 1845

Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2004 (No. 31), 1209

Non-profit Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 113), 3006

Osteopathic Practice Repeal Act (No. 116), 3011

Police Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 100), 3078

Political Contributions Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 27), 632

Post-Secondary Graduate Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 64), 1570

Powers of Attorney Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 32), 1209

Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 24), 1177

Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 112), 3006

Psychologists Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 34), 1210

Public Health Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 56), 1480

Public Inquiries Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 69), 1570

Queen's Bench Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 30), 1208

Real Estate Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 103), 2583

Regional Health Services Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 55), 1569

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act (No. 43), 1205

Saskatchewan Association of School Business Officials Act, 2004 (No. 21), 1175

Securities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 53), 1350

Seizure of Criminal Property Act (No. 110), 3004

Small Claims Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 111), 3007

Statute Law Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 62), 1886

Statute Law Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 63), 1886

Tobacco Control Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 54), 1569

Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 49), 1349

Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 84), 1847

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee

Archives Act, 2004 (No. 33), 1209

Assessment Management Agency Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 68), 1854

Cities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 58), 1884

City of Lloydminster Act (No. 71), 1541

Local Government Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 105), 2846

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 44), 1205

Municipalities Act (No. 106), 2956

Municipalities Consequential Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 107), 2957

Northern Municipalities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 46), 1206

Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 45), 1206

Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 104), 2956

Regional Parks Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 23), 1177

Private Bills Committee

No. 301. Bethany College Amendment Act, 2004, 839

No. 302. Fountain of Life School of Ministry Inc. Act, 839

No. 303. Saskatchewan School Trustees' Association Amendment Act, 2004, 840

No. 304. Concentra Trust Act, 2005, 2434-35

No. 305. Saskatoon Foundation Amendment Act, 2005, 2435

No. 306. Soeurs de la Charite de St. Louis Repeal Act, 2435

 

Biosphere reserves

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, Redberry Lake, funding, 171

 

Birds

Avian flu See Avian flu

 

Birnie, Sylvia See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatoon

 

Birthdays See also Centenarians

Veroba, Beatrice, Macoun, 85th birthday party, member's statement

Eagles, 1950

 

Births See also Vital statistics; Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 49)

Saskatchewan newborn medallion (2005), Saskatoon, Kalen Xhen-Zhi, Mackenzie Mawson, member's statement

Addley, 2404-5

 

Books See also Authors

Reservations, Katina Chapman, author, book launch, Estevan, member's statement

Eagles, 178

Saskatchewan: a New History, by Dr. Bill Waiser, University of Saskatchewan history department, member's statement

Addley, 1979

Saskatchewan Book Awards, 364-65

(2004), nominations, Saskatoon residents, member's statement

Atkinson, 1894

(2004), recipients, recognition, member's statement

McCall, 1950

 

Borbely, Cathy Lynn See Canadian Society for Civil Engineering - Cathy Lynn Borbely

 

Border security

Saskatchewan-United States, federal jurisdiction, 2944

 

Boughen Commission See Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education; Property tax - Reform, Boughen Commission recommendations; Provincial sales tax - Expansion, restaurant meals, Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education, recommendation

 

Boyle, Anna See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005), Dodsland area

 

Bravery

Recognition event, Warman, Edith Fehr, Helena Peters, David Soron, Cecil Wasmuth, member's statement

Heppner, 110

 

Brewing industry See Beer

 

BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders See Community-based organizations - BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders

 

Bridges

Diefenbaker bridge, Prince Albert, repairs, funding

Calvert, 941

Sonntag, 940, 1275, 1554

Wall, 940-41, 1274-75, 1553-54

Skytrail, Outlook, pedestrian bridge, part of Trans Canada Trail, official opening (May 15, 2004), member's statement

Hermanson, 1237

 

Broomball

Western Canadian Broomball Championships (November 11-13), Odessa, host community, member's statement

McMorris, 1793

 

BSE See Cattle industry - Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

 

Budget (2004)

Balanced, challenges, 6

Balanced, 11th consecutive, General Revenue Fund, 482

Balanced, without raising taxes, petitions

Elhard, 107

Characteristics, 388, 443-44

Commitments

Calvert, 469, 472-73

Wall, 468-69, 472-73

Commitments, prior to budget speech

Calvert, 271-72

Wall, 271-72

Costs, long-term, reduced, 316

Deficit, 94, 97, 102, 156, 305, 312, 347-48, 352, 366, 376, 379, 386-87, 409, 446

Direction, election promises

Calvert, 402-3, 406

Wall, 402-3, 406

Effects, 312-13

Citizens

Krawetz, 289-91

Decline, 366

Rural Saskatchewan, 305-6

Bakken, 471

Wartman, 471

Future, taxation

Calvert, 323

Wall, 323-24

Priorities, financial resources

Calvert, 327

Van Mulligen, 289-92

Priorities, health care

Van Mulligen, 437-38

Reaction, 296, 375-76, 479-81

Leader-Post column, Bob Hughes (April 2, 2004), member's statement

Stewart, 320

Leader-Post columns, Bob Hughes, Murray Mandryk, April 2, 2004, member's statement

Hermanson, 321

Member's statement

D'Autremont, 287

Saskatoon & District Chamber of Commerce, 461

Support, member's statement

Yates, 467

 

Budget (2005)

Calvert, 2311

Wall, 2311

Balanced, 2319, 2321, 2324

Balanced, 12th consecutive, 2251, 2257, 2312, 2322, 2338, 2348

Capital expenditure, 2195-96, 2252, 2340

Commitments

Calvert, 2209-10

Wall, 2209-10

Deficit, 2218, 2251, 2253, 2257, 2292, 2325, 2341

Historical (1906-1907), 2194

Response, media, 2340-41, 2349-50, 2353

Support, member's statement

Yates, 2207-8, 2270, 2306

 

Budget (March 31, 2004) See also Specific subjects

Van Mulligen, 272-78

Budget motion debate, defer for interim supply resolutions and Appropriation Bill, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 295-96

Debate, 278-79, 296-316, 347-95, 407-32, 442-62, 475-85

Speakers

Addley, 410-14

Allchurch, 420-23

Atkinson, 475-77

Beatty, 423-25

Bjornerud, 384-87

Borgerson, 442-45

Brkich, 379-82

Cheveldayoff, 457-62

Cline, 417-20

Crofford, 382-84

D'Autremont, 391-95

Draude, 445-48

Eagles, 425-27

Forbes, 355-58

Hagel, 387-91

Harpauer, 311-15

Hart, 358-62

Hermanson, 302-7

Huyghebaert, 375-79

Kerpan, 365-68

Krawetz, 278-79, 296-301

McMorris, 350-55

Merriman, 408-10

Morgan, 414-17

Nilson, 362-65

Quennell, 427-30

Sonntag, 448-52

Taylor, 315-16, 347-50

Thomson, 368-75

Toth, 452-55

Trew, 455-57

Van Mulligen, 482-85

Wall, 477-81

Wartman, 307-11

Weekes, 430-31

Yates, 395, 407-8

moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government, 278; amendment (Krawetz)

Krawetz, 301

moved (Van Mulligen) to resume debate April 1, 2004

Van Mulligen, 280

 

Budget (March 23, 2005 See also Specific subjects

Van Mulligen, 2193-2200

Debate, 2200-2202, 2214-29, 2242-64, 2277-98, 2312-26, 2337-58

Speakers

Bakken, 2340-44

Belanger, 2296-98, 2312-13

Bjornerud, 2244-47

Calvert, 2344-49

Cheveldayoff, 2200-2202, 2215-17

Chisholm, 2324-25

Cline, 2222-26

Crofford, 2279-82

D'Autremont, 2226-29

Harpauer, 2291-96

Harper, 2251-52

Hart, 2261-64, 2277-78

Higgins, 2287-91

Huyghebaert, 2253-57

Iwanchuk, 2321-24

Kerpan, 2313-16

Kirsch, 2320-21

Krawetz, 2217-22

Morgan, 2282-87

Morin, 2337-40

Prebble, 2316-20

Quennell, 2247-49

Stewart, 2249-51

Taylor, 2242-44

Trew, 2257-61

Van Mulligen, 2353-56

Wall, 2349-53

Weekes, 2325-26

moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government, 2200; amendment (Cheveldayoff)

Cheveldayoff, 2216

Moved (Van Mulligen) to resume debate March 24, 2005, 2202

 

Building Independence programs See Families - Building Independence programs

 

Buildings See also Churches; Government House, Regina; Legislative Building, Regina

Diefenbaker homestead, Regina, relocation, Sukanen Ship Pioneer Village and Museum, near Moose Jaw, member's statement

Dearborn, 1791-92

Eaton catalogue house, relocation to Eatonia, member's statement

Dearborn, 3031

Government, renovations, expenditures

Higgins, 2160-61

Huyghebaert, 2160-61

Government, upgrades, energy efficiencies, 2197, 2287

Grenfell Tower, Regina, renovations, costs, Learning Dept.

Cheveldayoff, 1505-6

Thomson, 1505-6

Multi-purpose facility, Exhibition Park, Regina, funding, 2197, 2243, 2279

Provincial laboratory, replacement, funding, 1748, 1759, 1767, 2197, 2258, 2313

St. George Orthodox Cathedral, Regina, 90th anniversary (2004), member's statement

Hamilton, 939

 

Bullying See Schools - Anti-bullying strategy

 

Buses

Celebrate Saskatchewan youth pass See Saskatchewan Transportation Company - Celebrate Saskatchewan youth pass

 

Business See also Agriculture - Agribusiness; Saskatchewan Business Council; Small business; Trade

Action Swift Current, business promotion group, awards, member's statement

Wall, 1392

Action Swift Current, business promotion group, national award, member's statement

Wall, 1806

Battlefords Business Excellence Awards (BBEX), (May 4, 2004), Battlefords Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Taylor, 926

Battlefords Business Excellence Awards (BBEX), (May 3, 2005, Battlefords Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Taylor, 2864-65

Better Business Bureau of Saskatchewan, Torch Awards (2005), member's statement

Junor, 2206-7

Morgan, 2207

Canadian Professional Sales Association, Sales Hall of Fame, Gavin Semple, Brandt Industries, inductee, member's statement

Wartman, 1949

Chamber of Commerce

Biggar, Leaps and Bounds annual event, leisure services, keynote address, member's statement

Weekes, 179

Humboldt and District, Mark of Excellence Awards (February 2005), member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2111-12

Melfort & District, Mel-Bex Awards (2004), member's statement

Gantefoer, 2475

Moose Jaw, Moose Jaw Business Excellence Awards (MJBEX), 3rd annual (April 28, 2004), member's statement

Higgins, 820-21

Huyghebaert, 821

Prince Albert, Samuel McLeod Awards (2003), business excellence, member's statement

Borgerson, 494

Regina, Paragon Awards (2004), business excellence, member's statement

Morin, 319-20

Regina, Paragon Awards (2005), business excellence, member's statement

Crofford, 2416

D'Autremont, 2415

Saskatoon & District, Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) Awards (2004), member's statement

Morgan, 1069

Quennell, 1069-70

Saskatoon & District, Saskatoon Achievement in Business Excellence (SABEX) Awards (2005), member's statement

Addley, 3016

Cheveldayoff, 3016

Tisdale & District, Business of the Year Awards, member's statement

Borgerson, 2417

Contributions, social assistance, 123

Corporations, economic contributions, government relationships

Calvert, 2115-17

Wall, 2115-16

Corporations, The Financial Post, top 500 (2004), Saskatchewan representation, member's statement

Harper, 1469-70

Costs, increase, 298

Ground Effects, cleaning system for contaminated land, Sean Frisky, owner, awards, member's statement

Morin, 1836

GS Services, Houston, Texas, call centre for Saskatoon, member's statement

Junor, 210

Hotel owner, Harry Urzada, Melville, return to Saskatchewan from Alberta, member's statement

Morin, 749-50

Indian Head, new businesses, Rural Sports Hall of Fame, reopening, member's statement

McMorris, 2077-78

International Collegiate Business Strategy Competition See University of Saskatchewan - College of Commerce

Junior Achievement Awards, banquet, Saskatoon (April 1, 2004), member's statement

Morgan, 340

Manufacturing and processing See Manufacturing industry; Processing industry

North Saskatoon Business Association Business Builder Awards, 7th annual (April 2004), member's statement

Junor, 436

North Saskatoon Business Association Business Builder Awards, 8th annual (April 6, 2005, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2404

Morgan, 2403-4

Novlan Bros. Sales, Paradise Hill, 75th anniversary (2004), member's statement

Wakefield, 1469

Outfitting, site development, approvals, regulations, 1325-26

Outfitting, Tobin Lake, changes, amendments, government department approval, 922

Prince Albert, Flaman store, grand opening (March 21, 2005, member's statement

Kirsch, 2207

Provincial sales tax increase, effect, 298

Samuel McLeod Prince Albert Business Awards, 15th annual (April 19, 2005, member's statement

Lautermilch, 2598

Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs, Silver Spade Awards gala, Saskatoon (June 10, 2004), member's statement

Morgan, 1547-48

Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs conference, Saskatoon (March 16, 2005, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2075-76

Saskatchewan Young Professionals and Entrepreneurs Week (March 14-18, 2005, member's statement

Addley, 2028

Saskatoon, AAA rating, Standard & Poor's, member's statement

Morgan, 2110

SaskCan Pulse Traders, Murad Al-Katib, owner, awards, member's statement

Hamilton, 1777

SED Systems, Innovation Place, Saskatoon, contracts, member's statement

Addley, 1185-86

Swift Current Business Excellence Awards, 6th annual (May 18, 2004), Swift Current Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Wall, 1236

Swift Current and Area Business Excellence Awards, 7th annual (May 17, 2005, Swift Current Chamber of Commerce, member's statement

Wall, 3132

Taxation, review See Taxation - Business, review, independent committee

Trade show and fair, Kipling, member's statement

Toth, 750-51

Western First Nations Hospitality Limited Partnership, establishment, purpose, member's statement

Sonntag, 468

Young Entrepreneurs of Saskatchewan program, 5, 25, 86, 96, 126, 167, 277, 420, 429, 475

Youth Business Excellence Awards (YBEX, 2004), Mid Sask Community Futures Development Corporation and Mid Sask Regional Economic Development Authority program, Perdue participants, member's statement

Weekes, 1091

Youth Business Excellence Awards (YBEX), North Battleford (2004), member's statement

Taylor, 861

Youth Business Excellence Awards (YBEX), North Battleford (2005), member's statement

Taylor, 3016-17

Youth Means Business workshop (2005), Beaver River Futures Development Corporation, Beauval, organizers, member's statement

Belanger, 2443

 

Business Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 108)

First reading

Quennell, 2538

Second reading

Brkich, 2700

Morgan, 3005

Quennell, 2699-2700

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 3005

Third reading

Quennell, 3128-29

Royal Assent, 3258

 

By-elections See also Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 61)

Legislation, amendments

Calvert, 1292-94

D'Autremont, 1292-94

 

Cadets

Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 802 Pipestone Squadron, final parade, 33rd annual (May 6, 2004), member's statement

Toth, 958

Royal Canadian Air Cadets, 553 Sherlock Squadron, Davidson, review (May 29, 2004), Certificate of Achievement awarded to Eileen McRae, member's statement

Brkich, 1287-88

Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps, 2271 Pipestone, ceremonial review (May 13, 2004), member's statement

Draude, 1104-5

Royal Canadian Army Cadets, No. 2988 Montmartre, first place, Provincial Unit Marksmanship Finals, Regina Armouries (April 3, 2004), member's statement

Toth, 652

 

CAIS See Agriculture - Canadian agricultural income stabilization program

 

Camp Easter Seal See Disabled and handicapped persons - Camp Easter Seal

 

Canada, Parliament, Senate

Standing Committee on National Finance See Senate - Standing Committee on National Finance

 

Canada Day Poster Challenge (2005) See Students - Canada Day Poster Challenge (2005)

 

Canada-Saskatchewan infrastructure program See Municipalities - Funding - Canada-Saskatchewan infrastructure program

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund See Municipalities - Rural, Canada-Saskatchewan Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Sound Stage See Film industry - Canada-Saskatchewan Sound Stage, Regina

 

Canada-Saskatchewan Western Economic Partnership Agreement See Economic development - Canada-Saskatchewan Western Economic Partnership Agreement, funding

 

Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund See Municipalities - Funding - Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund

 

Canada Summer Games See Summer games - Jeux du Canada Games (2005)

 

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program See Agriculture - Canadian agricultural income stabilization program

 

Canadian agricultural skills services program See Agriculture - Canadian agricultural skills services program

 

Canadian Armed Forces See also Royal Canadian Air Force; Royal Canadian Legion; World War, 1939-1945 - D-Day campaign, Normandy, France

Maritime Command, HMCS Regina, captain and some crew, Regina visit, member's statement

Wartman, 3153

North Saskatchewan Regiment, appointment, Bob Stromberg, honorary lieutenant colonel, member's statement

Morgan, 2508

Saskatchewan Dragoons, centennial reunion, Moose Jaw (May 14-15, 2005), member's statement

Hagel, 3115

 

Canadian farm income program See Agriculture - Canadian farm income program

 

Canadian Information Processing Society of Saskatchewan Act (No. 99)

First reading

Thomson, 2410

Second reading

Elhard, 2858-60

Gantefoer, 2484-85

Thomson, 2484

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2860

Third reading

Thomson, 3065

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Canadian Light Source Inc., 311

Synchrotron

Economic potential, 2263

Funding, 2197

Official opening (October 2004), member's statement

Addley, 1742-43

Opening, research, innovation, 4

Project, 411, 1758

Project, funding, 1029-30

Project, funding, federal, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 434-35

 

Canadian Navy See Canadian Armed Forces - Maritime Command, HMCS Regina

 

Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

Cathy Lynn Borbely, Regina, first woman president, member's statement

Nilson, 1667

 

Canadian Western Agribition See Agriculture - Canadian Western Agribition

 

Canadian Wheat Board

Support, mandate of orderly grain marketing, affirm, moved (Trew); amendment (Stewart)

Dearborn, 846-47

Sonntag, 842-44

Stewart, 844-45

Trew, 840-42

Wartman, 847-49

Weekes, 849-50

Support, mandate of orderly grain marketing, affirm, moved (Trew); amendment (Stewart); questions and comments

Atkinson, 850-51

Brkich, 851

Hart, 851

Hermanson, 850

Trew, 850-51

Wartman, 851-52

Weekes, 850-52

Yates, 852

 

Cancer See also Hospital waiting lists - Surgery - Pre-cancerous; Hospital waiting lists - Surgery - Prostate cancer; Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

Breast

Breast of Friends fundraiser, Foam Lake (November 22, 2004), member's statement

Draude, 1836

Mammography screening program, delivery, equipment, accreditation, 2813

Mammography screening program, delivery, equipment, accreditation, North Battleford, 2813-14

Power of Pink fundraiser, Regina (April 28, 2005), member's statement

Junor, 2746-47

Cervical cancer screening program, 363

Cervical cancer screening program, information, privacy, 1441

Bakken Lackey, 2718-19

Nilson, 2718-19

Month, April, Canadian Cancer Society fundraising, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency acknowledgement, member's statement

Hamilton, 529

Ombudsman/health care commissioner

Krawetz, 1669

Nilson, 1669-70

Prostate

Mr. Dennis Scott, surgery, member's statement

Krawetz, 77

Surgery, waiting times See Hospital waiting lists - Surgery - Prostate cancer

Treatment waiting times

Calvert, 15-16

Wall, 15-16

Radiation therapy, waiting times

Nilson, 180-81

Wall, 180-81

Survivors, Relay for Life, Canadian Cancer Society fundraiser, Melfort, member's statement

Gantefoer, 1418

Treatment

Out-of-province

Nilson, 530

Wall, 530

Waiting times, John Barnsley case

Nilson, 529, 556-57

Wall, 529, 556-57

 

Carbon sequestering See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Carbon sequestering, agricultural soils

 

CareerStart program See Education, post-secondary - Graduates, CareerStart program; Youth - CareerStart program

 

Cariou, Warren See Authors - Cariou, Warren, formerly of Meadow Lake, juror, Giller Prize (2005), member's statement

 

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

 

Cars See Motor vehicles

 

CASS (Canadian agricultural skills services) program See Agriculture - Canadian agricultural skills services program

 

Cattle industry See also Meat processing industry

Beef, status, member's statement

Bjornerud, 3117

Bovine spongiform encephalopathy

Compensation, 1748, 1753, 1759-61, 1767, 2216, 2227, 2279, 2313

Crisis, 30, 102, 202, 223-24, 416, 431

Import ban, United States, international negotiations, Saskatchewan role, 2941-42

Support, 308, 380

Calvert, 49-50

Stewart, 49-50

Testing for export

Bjornerud, 2079-81

Wartman, 2079-81

Bull sale, Regina, centenary year, member's statement

Stewart, 2145

Export to Alberta, 96, 2255

Feedlots, set-aside program, 2544-45, 2804-5, 3204-6

Grazing, forest fringe land, permit land, taxation, 2671-75

Low-interest cash advance program, industry stabilization, herd numbers retention, Saskatchewan Party proposal, petitions, 584

Weekes, 553

Producers, financial support, 419

Saskatchewan pasture program, client breeding program, 2800-2801

 

Cattle Marketing Deductions Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 66)

First reading

Wartman, 1280

Second reading, 1569

Hart, 1483

Huyghebaert, 1338-39

Wartman, 1337-38

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Wartman)

Wartman, 1569

Third reading

Wartman, 1664

Royal Assent, 1703

 

CCF See Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

 

CCP See Agriculture - Conservation cover program

 

Celebrating Community centennial grant program See Centennials - Saskatchewan - Celebrating Community centennial grant program

 

Cemeteries

Gravesite restoration project, Randy Van De Sype, member's statement

Bakken, 147

 

Centenarians See also Birthdays

Celebrations (March 29, 2005), Jubilee Nursing Home, Foam Lake, Gladys Miller, Robert Barrowman, Rose Woitas, Elizabeth Letwenuk, Nick Hancheruk, Annie Shulko, Susan Messenger, Dorothy Simmonds, member's statement

Draude, 2235

Eberhardt, Emma, Lang, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement

McMorris, 587

Gomersall, Bill, Galilee district south of Moose Jaw, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement

Stewart, 2405

Grandy, Helen, Oxbow, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2683

Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005)

Big River

Helen Swedberg, Josephine Olenchuk, Laura Matz, member's statement

Borgerson, 3031-32

Carlyle

Napoleon Hamel, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2964

Dodsland area

Anna Boyle, member's statement

Hermanson, 2392

Estevan

Florence Melton, Mildred Good, Mary Ehrmantraut, Emma McColl; Midale, Ole Ryan, member's statement

Eagles, 2509

Ituna

Pearl Lutzko, member's statement

Hart, 2599

Kerrobert

Wanda Constantinoff, member's statement

Dearborn, 2620

Kyle

Helen Erickson; Lucky Lake, Myra Berndt, member's statement

Hermanson, 2610

Macklin

Appolonia Jansen, member's statement

Dearborn, 2652

Melfort constituency

Belle Harley, Nettie Rolph, Katie Stewart, member's statement

Gantefoer, 2443-44

Rosetown area

Alta Johnston, Ivy Hunt, member's statement

Hermanson, 2443

Saskatchewan Rivers constituency

Matrona Petruk, Elsa Ostlund, Palmer Hanson, member's statement

Borgerson, 3068

Saskatoon

Donna Beall, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 3099

Tikla Larionak, Mary Hearonemus, Freda Mang, Anna Wilms, Phyllis E. Perkins, Myrtle L. Hopkins, Sylvia Birnie, member's statement

Addley, 2404-5

Wilkie

Ester Wolf, Florantina Ziegler, member's statement

Weekes, 2517-18

Wynyard

Sigurveig Gudmundson, Mary Chudyk, Gertrude Madey, Mike Wasyluk, member's statement

Brkich, 2043

Steeves, Agnes, Carnduff, 100th birthday, congratulations, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2519

Wilson, Jessie, Elrose, 105th birthday, congratulations, first honorary citizen of Elrose, member's statement

Hermanson, 2507-8

 

Centennial Medal See Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Centennial Medal

 

Centennial merit scholarship program See Education, post-secondary - Centennial merit scholarship program

 

Centennial summer student employment program See Employment - Centennial summer student employment program

 

Centennial Summit (2005) See Economy - Saskatchewan Centennial Summit

 

Centennials

Battleford, 63

Battleford, Governor's Ball (June 15, 2004), member's statement

Taylor, 1663-64

Saskatchewan, 3, 21, 68, 87-89, 424, 2285-86

Art projects, school See Schools - Raymore School, centennial art project, member's statement

Celebrating Community centennial grant program, Indian Head flag project, funding

Beatty, 2892-93

McMorris, 2892-93

Centennial Medals, manufacture

Beatty, 1657

Weekes, 1657

Community celebrations, 2200

Funding, Saskatoon Optimist Club, Canada Day celebrations

Beatty, 2446-47

Eagles, 2446-47

Legislative Assembly marks first sitting in centennial year by honouring Saskatchewan, moved (Calvert); amendment (Krawetz); subamendment (Hamilton)

Brkich, 2063-65

Calvert, 2034-36

Forbes, 2071, 2093-96

Hagel, 2049-54

Hamilton, 2068-71

Kerpan, 2065-68, 2096-98

Krawetz, 2054-59

McMorris, 2102-5

Prebble, 2098-2101

Toth, 2059-62

Trew, 2101

Van Mulligen, 2062-63

Wall, 2036-38

Member's statement

Borgerson, 2027

Eagles, 2026-27

Projects, grant requests, rejections list

Beatty, 2916-17

Weekes, 2916-17

Tree planting, project idea for children, 2286

Tree planting project, schoolchildren

Beatty, 2968

Kerpan, 2968

 

Ceramics See Pottery

 

Certified Management Consultants Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 3)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 116

Second reading

Dearborn, 638-40

Gantefoer, 511-12

Van Mulligen, 510-11

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 640

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1083

Royal Assent, 1543

 

CFIP See Agriculture - Canadian farm income program

 

Chair, rulings and statements - Committee of Finance

Chair, members' remarks should be directed through the Chair, 3213

Decorum

Noise level, 1596, 1600, 1608, 1615, 3184, 3192, 3194, 3199

Language, unparliamentary, 3185, 3191

Members

Conversations, private, behind bar, 1596, 1597

Extracurricular comments dangerously close to being unparliamentary, 1603

Follow rules of parliamentary procedure, 1626

No personal attacks on individuals, 2556

Personal comments degenerating to insults, 1605

Restrain comments while member is speaking, 2550

Treat honourably, 1596

 

Chaplin Nature Centre See Nature reserves - Chaplin Nature Centre

 

Chapman, Katina See Books - Reservations, Katina Chapman

 

Child care

Additional spaces, 3, 186, 449, 484, 2288, 2319, 2323

Child Care Saskatchewan, 2281

Child Care Saskatchewan, member's statement

Trew, 785

Funding, 277, 389-90, 429, 444, 2199, 2279

Quality, availability, consultation, long-term planning

Crofford, 942

Wall, 941-42

Child Care Week in Saskatchewan (May 24-28, 2004), member's statement

Bakken, 1262

Morin, 1261

Child Care Week in Saskatchewan (May 22-28, 2005), member's statement

Morin, 3153

Federal funding, allocation, consultation process

Crofford, 1263-64

Wall, 1263-64

Workers, training, salaries, 2281

 

Children See also Adoption Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 25); Adoption Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 26); First Nations - Child and family services

Aboriginal Head Start program See First Nations - Aboriginal Head Start

Abused, court case, Saskatoon, commentary on StarPhoenix newspaper report

Morgan, 751-53

Quennell, 751-53

Autism See Autism - Children

Births, registration See Vital statistics; Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 49)

Child nutrition and development program, 2199, 2247, 2279, 2319, 2323

Chili for Children, Regina, gala dinner, art auction (May 7, 2004), member's statement

McCall, 990-91

Compassionate care See Labour Standards Act - Amendments, compassionate care benefits

Early development, KidsFirst program, 2247

Early development, KidsFirst program, funding, 277, 363, 371, 390, 429-30, 444, 484, 2199, 2279, 2323

Kids Help Phone, Bell Walk for Kids, 3rd annual fundraiser (May 2, 2004), member's statement

Hagel, 831

Missing, Amber Alert program, implementation, Saskatchewan

Kerpan, 1264

Quennell, 1264

Missing, National Missing Child Day (May 25, 2005), Green Ribbon of Hope Campaign, Saskatchewan, 14th annual, member's statement

Merriman, 3153

Missing Children's Month, Saskatchewan (May 2004), Green Ribbon of Hope Campaign, 13th annual, member's statement

McCall, 1246-47

National Missing Children's Day (May 25, 2004), member's statement

Kerpan, 1235

Poverty, rate, 447

Crofford, 1980

Wall, 1980

Protection See also Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act (No. 207)

Nurturing, 2281

Regina Children's Festival, 17th annual (June 8-10, 2004), member's statement

McCall, 1515

Saskatchewan Centennial 2005 peace project, Grant Road and Kitchener public schools, Regina, member's statement

Morin, 2444

Saskatchewan Child Benefit, 2280

Saskatchewan Child Benefit, increases, 277, 429, 444

Tim Horton Children's Foundation Camp Day (June 9, 2004), Estevan, member's statement

Eagles, 1548

Underprivileged, community assistance, 122-23

Vaccines See Health care - Funding - Vaccines, childhood

 

Children's Advocate Office

Children's Advocate, appointment, moved (Calvert)

Calvert, 3227-28

Merriman, 3228

Children's Advocate, report, recommendations

Crofford, 2112

Wall, 2112

Tenth anniversary, member's statement

Draude, 1905-6

 

Chronic wasting disease

Elk velvet, Korean market, 916

Testing, certification, 916-17

Testing, funding, 313, 2197

 

Chudyk, Mary See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005), Wynyard

 

Churches

St. George Orthodox Cathedral, Regina See Buildings - St. George Orthodox Cathedral, Regina

 

Cities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 58)

First reading

Taylor, 1254

Second reading

Hart, 1884

Taylor, 1720-21

Toth, 1721-22

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 1884

Third reading

Taylor, 1988

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Cities and towns See also Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act (No. 43); Villages and communities

Competitiveness study (2004), KPMG, 65

Fort Qu'Appelle, Ron Osika (former MLA), elected mayor (2005), member's statement

Belanger, 2770-71

Inter-city comparisons (2005), 2288

Raymore, Grey Cup Community Spirit Award (2003), recipient, member's statement

Brkich, 494

Regina, downtown, recognition, Flare magazine, prairie dog magazine, member's statement

McCall, 468

Safety

Citizen patrol, Erindale-Arbor Creek Community Association, Saskatoon, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2747

Communities initiative, 390

Communities initiative, funding, 277, 429

Neighbourhoods, safety, security, legislation, 6, 220

Neighbourhoods, safety, security, The Pawned Property (Recording) Act, proclamation, 220

Saskatoon

City plan, Raymond Moriyama, 458

Opportunities, potential, 457-58

Riverfront development project, funding, 2197, 2243

South downtown development project, funding, 2243

Swift Current, residents, arts and sports achievements, member's statement

Wall, 2825-26

 

Citizen patrols See Cities and towns - Safety

 

Citizens

Blaine Lake, Marlene Fiala, Lifetime Achievement Award, Doreen Kalmakoff, Citizen of the Year award, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2042

La Ronge and district, Citizen of the Year award, Lynnette Merriman, member's statement

Beatty, 2729-30

Watrous, Citizen of the Year (2004), Ervin Gross, member's statement

Brkich, 2444

 

City of Lloydminster Act (No. 71)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 1424-25

Second reading, 1541

Taylor, 1475-76

Wakefield, 1476

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 1541

Third reading

Taylor, 1662

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Civil engineers See Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

 

Civil service See Public Employees Pension Plan Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 28); Public service; Public Service Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 60)

 

Claire, Suzanne See Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Order of Merit - Suzanne Claire

 

Claybank Brick Plant

Funding, reduced, reconsider, petitions, 1232, 1246, 1258, 1272, 1282, 1328, 1378, 1390, 1412, 1662, 1739, 1772, 1802, 2141, 2155, 2185, 2206, 2233, 2329, 2362, 2390, 2442, 2506, 2516

McMorris, 1181, 1232, 1245, 1257, 1271, 1281, 1327, 1377, 1401, 1647, 1707, 1737, 1787, 2107, 2184, 2206, 2301, 2328, 2361, 2413, 2471, 2505

 

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

 

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

First government, 60th anniversary (June 15, 2004), member's statement

Atkinson, 1650-51

 

Co-operatives

Davidson Co-operative, 90th anniversary celebration (April 14, 2004), member's statement

Brkich, 1262

 

Coal See Mining industry - Coal

 

Commission of Inquiry Into Matters Relating to the Death of Neil Stonechild

Report recommendations, implementation

Morgan, 2537

Quennell, 2537

 

Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education, 305 See also Property tax - Education tax - Reform, Boughen Commission recommendations; Provincial sales tax - Expansion, restaurant meals, Commission on Financing Kindergarten to Grade 12 Education, recommendation

Recommendations, funding, 216

Recommendations, implementation, 385, 394, 1375

Terms of reference, 1152

 

Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform

Budget response, 429

Response to recommendations, action plan

Draude, 3033-34

Nilson, 3034

Prebble, 3033

Quennell, 3033-34

Response to recommendations, action plan, Creating a Healthy, Just, Prosperous and Safe Saskatchewan, ministerial statement

Draude, 3040-41

Quennell, 3038-40

 

Committee of Finance

Appointment, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 235-36

Budget (March 31, 2004) moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government, 278; amendment (Krawetz)

Krawetz, 301

Budget (March 31, 2004) moved (Van Mulligen) to resume debate April 1, 2004

Van Mulligen, 280

Estimates

(2004-2005) main, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 272

(2004-2005) main, transmitted, 272

(2004-2005) further, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 1192-93

(2003-2004) supplementary, transmitted, 272

(2005-2006) further, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 2906

Main (2004-2005), votes, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees

Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 487, 792

Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 792-93

House Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 793

Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 793

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 793

Supplementary (2004-2005), votes, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees

Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1767

Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

House Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

 

Committees

Deputy Chair, Andy Iwanchuk, appointment, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 20

 

Committees, standing See Crown and Central Agencies Committee; Economy Committee; House Services Committee; Human Services Committee; Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee; Private Bills Committee; Privileges Committee; Public Accounts Committee

 

Commonwealth Day

Message from Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II (March 14, 2005)

Speaker, 2012-13

 

Commonwealth Parliamentary Association

Conference, London (May 2004), report, member's statement

D'Autremont, 1248

Saskatchewan annual meeting and report, Hansard report, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2730-31

 

Communications industry See also Emergency preparedness - FleetNet emergency radio system

SED Systems See Business - SED Systems

 

Communities See Cities and towns; Villages and communities

 

Community-based organizations

BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders, funding, 3229

Funding, 86

Bakken, 2513-14

Crofford, 2513-14

 

Community centres

Goodeve and district, official opening (March 20, 2004), member's statement

Hart, 109

 

Community colleges See Regional colleges

 

Community Initiatives Fund, 424

 

Community Resources and Employment Department

Budget, increase, employees, increase, 2295

Vision, 2280

 

Community Spirit Award See Cities and towns - Raymore, 2003 Grey Cup Community Spirit Award

 

CommunityNet

Wireless high-speed Internet service, launch, SaskTel, CommunityNet II initiative, ministerial statement

Kerpan, 2312

Sonntag, 2311-12

 

Concentra Trust Act, 2005 (No. 304)

Petition, 2265, 2303

Second reading

Addley, 2434-35

Referred to Private Bills Committee, moved (Addley)

Addley, 2434-35

Committee of the Whole Assembly, 2641

Third reading

Addley, 2642

Royal Assent, 2677

 

Condolences See also Tributes

Communication, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 261

Communication, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 2744

Baker, Henry Harold Peter (former MLA), moved (Calvert)

Calvert, 254

Prebble, 257

Van Mulligen, 255-57

Wall, 255

Gallagher, Bernard David (former MLA), moved (Calvert)

Calvert, 246-47

Krawetz, 247-48

Wall, 247

Wartman, 247

Koskie, Murray James (former MLA) moved (Calvert)

Atkinson, 259-60

Calvert, 257-58

Lautermilch, 258-59

Speaker, 260-61

Toth, 261

Wall, 258

MacMurchy, Gordon Samuel (former MLA), moved (Calvert)

Brkich, 2741

Calvert, 2737-38

Hamilton, 2742-43

Hart, 2739-40

Nilson, 2743-44

Prebble, 2740-41

Serby, 2741-42

Thomson, 2743

Trew, 2739

Wall, 2738

Mitchell, Alexander (former MLA), moved (Calvert)

Bakken, 250

Calvert, 248-49

Wall, 249

Turnbull, Olaf Alexander (former MLA), moved (Calvert)

Atkinson, 252-53

Calvert, 250-51

Hermanson, 251-52

Prebble, 253

Wall, 251

 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner

Reappointment, moved (Quennell)

Morgan, 2660

Quennell, 2659

 

Conservation cover program See Agriculture - Conservation cover program

 

Constantinoff, Wanda See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Kerrobert, Wanda Constantinoff

 

Construction industry

Government work, tendering process, equality, 193

 

Consumer protection

Legislation

Morgan, 560-61

Quennell, 560-61

 

Contributory Negligence Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 41)

First reading

Quennell, 965

Second reading, 1568

D'Autremont, 1345-46

Gantefoer, 1143

Morgan, 1431-32

Quennell, 1142-43

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 1568

Third reading

Quennell, 1678

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Cook, Harry, Chief See Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Centennial Medal - Chief Harry Cook

 

Coronary care See Health care - Coronary care

 

Corporation Capital Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 125)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 2884

Second reading

Cheveldayoff, 3079-81

Toth, 2924

Van Mulligen, 2923-24

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3081

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 3149

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Corporations See Business - Corporations; Business Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 108); Corporation Capital Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 125); Non-profit Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 113)

 

Correction of printed errors in Hansard See Corrigenda

 

Correctional centres

Inmates, comparative costs, 156

Regina, 155

Conditions, poor, 368

Replacement, funding, 1737, 1748, 1759, 2197, 2283-84, 2313

 

Correctional services See also Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal

Corrections Exemplary Service Awards (April 25, 2005), member's statement

Yates, 2683

 

Corrigenda

Correction of text on p. 414 in Hansard No. 14A (April 6, 2004), 489

Correction of text on p. 424 in Hansard No. 14A (April 6, 2004), 489

Correction of text on p. 2831 in Hansard No. 104A (May 3, 2005), 2871

 

Cost of living, 407-8

 

Courtney, John See University of Saskatchewan - Retirement, Dr. John Courtney, political studies, member's statement

 

Credit rating See Government - Credit rating

 

Credit Reporting Act (No. 38)

First reading

Quennell, 727

Second reading, 1216

Gantefoer, 761

Morgan, 872-74

Quennell, 760-61

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1216

Third reading

Quennell, 1412

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Credit unions

Delisle, 50th anniversary celebration (June 12, 2004), member's statement

Weekes, 1651

Development, Ghana, Canadian Co-operative Association program, Joan Baer, Saskatchewan participant, member's statement

Sonntag, 831-32

Saskatoon, 65th anniversary celebration (April 2005), member's statement

Addley, 2684

White Fox, 60th anniversary celebration (April 9, 2005), member's statement

Borgerson, 2508

 

Crime See also Criminal Enterprise Suppression Act (No. 109); Seizure of Criminal Property Act (No. 110)

Organized, elimination See Cities and towns - Safety

Organized, youth gangs, reduction/elimination

Morgan, 2030-31

Quennell, 2030-31

Reduction strategy, 187

Young offenders, 2289

Young offenders, prevention, rehabilitation strategy, police resources

Quennell, 2031-32

Toth, 2031-32

 

Criminal Enterprise Suppression Act (No. 109)

First reading

Quennell, 2605

Second reading

Harpauer, 2669-70

Kerpan, 3002-3

Morgan, 3075-76

Quennell, 2669

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 3076

Third reading

Quennell, 3131

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Critical habitat wildlife lands See First Nations - Treaty land entitlements, critical habitat wildlife lands

 

Crop insurance See also Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation

Appeal process, 1025

Claims adjusters, audits, 1166

Claims irregularities, specific case, Kelvington-Wadena constituency, 1166-69

Contracts, transfer of credits, 1021

Crop weather-based program, 2797, 2800

Damage compensation programs

Big game, funding, 1025

Settlements, 155

Waterfowl, claims, payment, 919-20

Wildlife, 2797-2800

Drought See Drought

Eligibility criteria, 1024-25

Experience-based program, 1021-22

Forage rainfall insurance program, 2797

Funding, 484, 2216, 2252

Payout (2004), analysis, 2805-6

Premiums, 456-57

Premiums, increase, coverage reduction, 36, 96, 102, 170, 195, 224, 306, 314, 380, 385, 421, 425, 431, 2245, 2251, 2257, 2324

Bjornerud, 2009

Wartman, 2009

Premiums, increase, coverage reduction, reverse, petitions, 317, 397, 433, 466, 491, 524, 553, 584, 616, 650, 684, 718, 748, 782, 808, 819, 830, 936, 956, 1390, 1662, 1788, 1802, 2303, 2329, 2472, 2680, 2714, 2768, 2960, 3014, 3126, 3219

Allchurch, 717

Bakken, 781, 859, 923, 1648

Brkich, 860, 1377-78, 1772, 1788, 2266, 2441, 2909, 3109, 3144, 3246

Eagles, 2649, 2679, 2745, 2959

Elhard, 281, 337, 397, 523, 553, 583, 615, 717, 747, 819, 935

Hermanson, 337, 397, 433, 465, 491, 523, 553, 615, 649, 683-84, 717, 747, 781, 807, 2301

Tisdale claims office, 1166

 

Crops

Harvest, increase, expectation, 483

 

Crown and Central Agencies Committee

First report, moved (Addley) for concurrence

Addley, 1390

Second report, moved (Addley) for concurrence

Addley, 1903

Third report, moved (Addley) for concurrence

Addley, 3128

Fourth report, moved (Addley) for concurrence

Addley, 3128

Membership, substitution, moved (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 594, 2117-18

Membership, substitution, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1998

Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 67)

Report without amendment

Addley, 3127

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 3127

Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 7)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1676

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 1676

Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 124)

Report without amendment

Addley, 3127

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 3127

Canadian Information Processing Society of Saskatchewan Act (No. 99)

Report without amendment

Addley, 3065

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 3065

Crown Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 35)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1676

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Atkinson, 1677

Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act (No. 75)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1973

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Atkinson, 1973

Electrical Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 9)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1789

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1789

Gas Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 8)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1258

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1258

Highway Traffic Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 14)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1512

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 1512

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 20)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1258

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1258-59

Land Surveys Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 91)

Report without amendment

Addley, 3064

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 3064-65

Land Titles Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 19)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1973

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1973

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, 2005 (No. 96)

Report without amendment

Addley, 3126

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 3126

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 61)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1677

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1677

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Consequential Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 97)

Report without amendment

Addley, 3126

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 3126

Political Contributions Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 27)

Report with amendment

Addley, 1677

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1678

Power Corporation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1789

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1789

Public Service Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 60)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1677

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Atkinson, 1677

Public Works and Services Act (No. 77)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1973

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 1974

Purchasing Act, 2004 (No. 12)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1082

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 1082-83

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation Repeal Act (No. 78)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1974

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 1974

Snowmobile Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 29)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1512

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 1513

Traffic Safety Act (No. 72)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1974

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 1974

Traffic Safety Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 73)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1975

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 1975

Vehicle Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 48)

Report without amendment

Addley, 1512

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Sonntag, 1512

 

Crown corporations, 5, 27, 31-32, 100, 126-27, 131-32, 159-60, 171, 190, 219, 2289 See also Crown Management Board; Names of specific Crown corporations

Aboriginal bursary program See First Nations - Education and training - Aboriginal bursary program

Debt, reduction, 2318

Atkinson, 2616

Dividends, 2318

Gradworks internship program, 2200

Investments

Failed ventures, 377, 383, 395, 1756-57

Out-of-province, 2284

Calvert, 691-92

Wall, 691-92

Out-of-province, losses, 2314-15

Third party review process

Atkinson, 827

Elhard, 827

Issues, rural communities See Television - Cable companies, rural communities, Crown corporation issues

Legislation, 5, 89, 120-21

Management of, 1766

Offices, renovations

Atkinson, 2030

Wall, 2029-30

Public ownership

Atkinson, 789-90

 

Crown Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 35)

First reading

Atkinson, 692

Second reading, 1568

Atkinson, 757-58

Bjornerud, 1215

Brkich, 879-82

D'Autremont, 1429-31

Elhard, 1048-51

Gantefoer, 758-60

Krawetz, 1308-9

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 1568

Third reading

Atkinson, 1677

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act (No. 75)

First reading

Atkinson, 1797-98

Second reading

Atkinson, 1842-43

Elhard, 1843-44

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 1844

Third reading

Atkinson, 1973

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Chief executive officer, Tom Waller, appointment

Atkinson, 1249

Krawetz, 1249

Investments, losses, Pangaea Systems Inc.

Harpauer, 2622-24

Thomson, 2623-24

Strategic plan

Atkinson, 1409-10

D'Autremont, 1409-10

 

Crown lands

Allocations, leases, sales, 1488

Leases

Fees, north vs. south Saskatchewan, 1488-89

Municipal taxation, 3160

Transfers, 920-21

Transfers, sales, 1169-70

Lessees maintain first option to renew leases, petitions, 41, 74, 208, 239, 281, 338, 553, 684, 782, 808, 819, 860, 894, 936, 988, 1034, 1067, 1082, 1102, 1649

Allchurch, 523, 747, 807, 829-30

Bakken, 205

Elhard, 9, 263, 317, 649, 781, 829, 859, 923, 955, 987, 1033, 1067

Hermanson, 39, 175

Huyghebaert, 176

Toth, 263, 1079

Weekes, 523-24

Regina, College Avenue and Broad Street, redevelopment

Higgins, 2624

Huyghebaert, 2624

 

Crown Management Board

President and chief executive officer, full-time appointment

Atkinson, 1136-37

Morgan, 1136-37

 

Crystal methamphetamine See Drug and alcohol abuse - Crystal methamphetamine

 

CSIF (Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund) See Municipalities - Funding - Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund

 

CSMRIF (Canada-Saskatchewan Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund) See Municipalities - Rural, Canada-Saskatchewan Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund

 

Culture

Common ground, 28-29

Development fund, 424

Gay Pride Week, Regina (June 5-12, 2004), member's statement

Morin, 1418-19

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

Morin, 1392

 

Culture, Youth and Recreation Department, 86-87

Strategic direction, new, 424

 

Curling

Achievements

Fox Valley, curling and hockey, member's statement

Elhard, 494-95

Kelvington-Wadena constituency, curling and hockey, member's statement

Draude, 750

Rosetown-Elrose constituency, curling and hockey, member's statement

Hermanson, 493

Beechy Ladies Royal Purple team, winners, ladies Canadian national championship, 25th annual (2004), Kamloops, BC, member's statement

Hermanson, 939

Elks National Curling Championship (2005), Swan River, Manitoba, Hanley curling team, winners, member's statement

Brkich, 2234

Nokia Brier 2004 (March 6-14), Canadian men's curling championship, Saskatoon, member's statement

Addley, 14-15

Sandra Schmirler rink, Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame, induction, member's statement

Morin, 2598-99

Target Junior Men's Provincial Curling Championship (January 14-17, 2005), Whitewood, hosts, member's statement

Toth, 2004

Under-18 International Curling Championship (2005), Calgary, Optimist International Clubs, Govan and Strasbourg girls, member's statement

Brkich, 2653

World Junior Curling Championships (2005), Kyle George rink, Regina, gold medallists, men, member's statement

Nilson, 2003-4

 

CWD See Chronic wasting disease

 

D-Day campaign, Normandy, France See World War, 1939-1945 - D-Day campaign, Normandy, France, 60th anniversary (June 6, 2004)

 

Dams, Rafferty See Rafferty dam

 

Dance

Dance schools, annual dance mania (March 19-21, 2004), Rose Valley School of Dance, hosts, member's statement

Draude, 241

Dance schools, annual dance mania (March 18-20, 2005), Rose Valley School of Dance, hosts, member's statement

Draude, 2208

 

D.A.R.E. (Drug Abuse Resistance Education) See Drug and alcohol abuse - Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program

 

Darts

Elks annual provincial dart tournament, Biggar (March 11-13, 2005), member's statement

Weekes, 2236

 

Davidson School Division See School divisions - Davidson School Division

 

Daycare See Child care

 

De Moissac, Jeanne Marie See Authors - De Moissac, Jeanne Marie

 

Death

Taxes, 376-77

 

Debating

Junior High Nationals Debating, Halifax (May 4-8, 2005), Megan Burns, Francois Schira, Holy Cross High School, Saskatoon, participants, member's statement

Morgan, 2598

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

McCall, 822

Provincial championship title (2005), Kevin Hovdestad, Vinay Kumar Mysore, Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon, member's statement

Morgan, 3133

Saskatchewan Elocution and Debate Association, finals (March 19, 2005), Yorkton Regional High School, Yorkton, member's statement

Serby, 2155-56

Speech and debating achievements, Kevin Hovdestad, Vinay Kumar Mysore, Walter Murray Collegiate, Saskatoon, member's statement

Junor, 1791

Morgan, 1776-77

 

Debt, public See Government expenditures

 

Dekker, Harry See Tributes - Dekker, Harry

 

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

 

Department of Energy and Mines Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 17)

First reading

Cline, 295

Second reading

Cline, 602

Morin, 602-3

Stewart, 1175

Wakefield, 675-77

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Cline)

Cline, 1175

Third reading

Cline, 1285

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 11)

First reading

Thomson, 185

Second reading

Gantefoer, 549-51

McMorris, 777-79, 1149

Thomson, 548-49

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1149

Third reading

Thomson, 1802-3

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Deputy Speaker and Chair of Committee of the Whole Assembly

Election, 19-20

 

Diabetes

Diabetic supplies, costs, coverage, 2810

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, fundraising events, Saskatoon, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1393

 

Diefenbaker Day Act See Recognition of John George Diefenbaker Day Act (No. 203)

 

Disabled and handicapped persons, 408

Camp Easter Seal, 50th anniversary, member's statement

Brkich, 1778

Community-based organizations, caregivers for intellectually disabled, funding, 2199

Conference, Addressing Disability Issues, 3rd biannual (April 29, 2004), Saskatoon, member's statement

D'Autremont, 832-33

Cross-country sit skiing See Skiing - Cross-country sit skiing

Goalball See Goalball

Housing See Housing - HomeFirst, housing strategy - Rental housing supplement

Learning Disability Month (March 2005), member's statement

D'Autremont, 2146

Marathons See Marathons

Partners in Employment See Support strategy - Partners in Employment below

Regina and District Association for Community Living, Spring Fling fundraising event (April 2, 2005), member's statement

Hamilton, 2304-5

Saskatchewan Association for Community Living, Adopt an MLA campaign, member's statement

Wall, 493

Saskatchewan Association for Community Living, Regina advocacy office, Spring Fling fundraising event (April 3, 2004), member's statement

Yates, 321-22

Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres

Funding

Bakken, 2512-13

Crofford, 2512-13

Human resources plan, funding

Bakken Lackey, 2965-67

Crofford, 2965-67

Human resources plan, minimum compensation for staff, implement recommendation, petitions, 2714, 2727, 2862, 2873, 2960, 3096, 3110, 3126, 3145, 3219, 3246

Hart, 3064, 3096, 3110, 3126, 3144, 3219

Hermanson, 2679, 2713, 2819, 2861, 2909, 3063, 3095, 3125, 3143, 3245

MLAs reception (May 5, 2004), member's statement

Morgan, 938

SARC Awareness Week (November 15-20, 2004), member's statement

Morin, 1777

Saskatchewan Centennial Medal See Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Centennial Medal

Support strategy, 6, 24, 98, 138, 186, 444

Employment, 390-91

Housing supplement, 390

Partners in Employment, one-year pilot project, official launch (February 2004), member's statement

Trew, 241

Swift Current, additional residential spaces, funding, petitions, 2025, 2041, 2075, 2109, 2141, 2155, 2185, 2206, 2233, 2267, 2303, 2329, 2362, 2402, 2414, 2442, 2472, 2506, 2516, 2560, 2608, 2618, 2650, 2680, 2746, 2768, 2862, 2873, 2888, 2910, 2960, 3014, 3064, 3126, 3145

Wall, 2001, 2023, 2039, 2073, 2107, 2183, 2205, 2231, 2265, 2301, 2327, 2389, 2401, 2413, 2442, 2471, 2505, 2527, 2595, 2607, 2617, 2725, 2745, 2819, 2861, 2873, 2887, 2909, 2959, 3027, 3109, 3125, 3245

Transit assistance, funding, 2244, 2257

Valley View Centre, Moose Jaw, closure

Bakken, 788-89

Crofford, 788-89

Valley View Centre, Moose Jaw, closure, possible, 97, 379, 393, 3238

 

Disasters

Maritime, Empress of Ireland (1914), service of remembrance, Mortlach, member's statement

Forbes, 2444-45

 

Discrimination and racism

International Day for the Elimination of Racism (March 21, 2004), member's statement

Borgerson, 44

Draude, 44

International Day for the Elimination of Racism (March 21, 2005), member's statement

Prebble, 2144

 

Divisions (Recorded votes)

Address in Reply to the Speech from the Throne, motion for consideration, 234

Bills

Adjourned debates, proceed to private members' public bills and orders, moved (Toth), 1873-74

Adjourned debates, proceed to Whistleblower Protection Act (No. 201), moved (Toth), 773-74

Corporation Capital Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 125), third reading, 3149-50

Crown Corporations Public Ownership Act (No. 75), second reading, 1844

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 86), second reading, 3058

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 61), clause 8, Committee of the Whole, 1701

Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 122), second reading, 3061

Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 122), third reading, 3148

Provincial Sales Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 36), second reading, 1303

Public Employees Pension Plan Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 28), second reading, adjournment of debate, 707

Tobacco Control Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 54), third reading, 1681

Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 87), second reading, 3048, 3053, 3057

Budget (March 31, 2004)

Moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government, 486

Moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government; amendment (Krawetz), 485

Budget (March 23, 2005)

Moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government, 2200, 2357

Moved (Van Mulligen) that the Assembly approves in general the budgetary policy of the government, 2200; amendment (Cheveldayoff), 2357

Centennials

Saskatchewan, Legislative Assembly marks first sitting in centennial year by honouring Saskatchewan, moved (Calvert); amendment (Krawetz); subamendment (Hamilton), 2102, 2105

Estimates

Votes, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees, Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 487

Estimates, further (2004-2005), moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 1193

Federal government

Equalization, federal transfer program, Saskatchewan disadvantages, rectification, moved (Calvert); amendment (Krawetz), 61-62

Health care, facilities

Inquiry by Human Services Committee, closures and conversions, moratorium until inquiry report presented to Assembly, moved (Gantefoer), 1567

Privilege

News conferences, technical briefings, information made available in advance of or concurrently with any media briefings, moved (Van Mulligen), 2796

News conferences, technical briefings, information made available in advance of or concurrently with any media briefings, moved (Van Mulligen); amendment (Morgan), 2795

Property tax

Education tax, reform, Boughen Commission recommendations, government plan, moved (Calvert); amendment (Wall), 1535

Property tax, education tax

Rural municipalities, increasing taxes, meet with Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities to discuss solutions, moved (Bjornerud), 715

 

DMB Food Processors (Canada) Inc. See Food processing industry - DMB Food Processors (Canada) Inc.

 

Doctors See Health care professionals; Physicians/Doctors

 

Dogs

Orthopaedic surgery, specific case, member's statement

D'Autremont, 3222

 

Douglas, T.C. (Thomas Clement), 1904-1986 See Tommy Douglas Day Act (No. 208)

 

Douglas Provincial Park See Parks - Provincial - Douglas Provincial Park

 

Doukhobors

Archaeological dig, Blaine Lake area, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 1667

 

Doukhobors of Canada C.C.U.B. Trust Fund Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 93)

First reading

Beatty, 2084

Second reading

Beatty, 2167

Chisholm, 2386

Gantefoer, 2168

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Beatty)

Beatty, 2386-87

Third reading

Beatty, 3029

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Dragon boat racing

International Dragon Boat Federation, annual world championship, Cape Town, South Africa, Wascana Canoe Club successes, member's statement

Wartman, 785

 

Drinking water See Small business - Bottled water, Gene's Water Care, Broadview; Water quality - Drinking water

 

Drought

Federal designation vs. crop insurance assessment, rural municipalities, Prince Albert No. 461, Shellbrook No. 493, 1311

Strategy development, 415

 

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program See Drug and alcohol abuse - Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)

 

Drug and alcohol abuse

Addicted youth

Treatment, funding (2005), 2934

Treatment, involuntary, legislation to allow parents to place children into, petitions, 3110, 3219, 3246

Cheveldayoff, 3246

Draude, 3143, 3217

McMorris, 3143

Merriman, 3096, 3144

Treatment, outpatient, 2933

Treatment enforcement, legislation

Bakken Lackey, 2751-52

Crofford, 2685-86, 2718, 2731-32, 2751-52, 2772-73, 2891-92, 2915-16, 3073, 3224-25

Draude, 2654-56, 2685-86, 2718, 2731-32, 2772-73, 2891-92, 2915-16, 3072-73, 3224-25

Nilson, 2654-56

Treatment enforcement, legislation, facilities, services

Crofford, 2865-66

Draude, 2865-66

Addiction services, 1618, 2342

Bakken, 1810

Nilson, 1810

Counsellors, 2931-32

Dr. Sinclair Jamieson Memorial Foundation, Moosomin, funding, 1442-43

Funding, 2198, 2323, 2931

Regional health authorities, effectiveness, 2930-31

St. Louis, programs, 1443

Teen Challenge, men, 18 years and older, Allan, member's statement

Merriman, 3220

Treatment beds, 2246, 2932

Addictions Awareness Week (November 14-20, 2004), member's statement

Bakken, 1711-12

Junor, 1712

Chemical dependency workers, conference, funding, 2711

Crystal methamphetamine, 3185-93

Addicted youth, Saskatoon, treatment

Crofford, 2967-68

Merriman, 2967-68

Awareness education

Bakken, 1397-98, 1654-55

Draude, 1421-22, 1809

Gantefoer, 1501-2

Thomson, 1383-84, 1397-98, 1421-23, 1501-2, 1655, 1809-10

Wall, 1383

Awareness education, Parent to Parent program, Saskatoon (May 27-28, 2005), presented by parent resource information drug education, member's statement

Merriman, 3248

Awareness education, schools, 2998

Conference (June 2005), western provinces and three territories, 2933, 3189-93

Control, inter-ministerial committee

Quennell, 1384-85

Wall, 1384

Prevalence, dangers

Nilson, 1382

Quennell, 1383-84

Thomson, 1383-84

Wall, 1381-84

Prevalence, dangers, control, 1615-17, 2342-43

Prevalence, dangers, government actions

Draude, 1808-9

Nilson, 1808-9

Prevention, enforcement, treatment strategy, 2251, 2285, 2295, 2321, 3186-91

Prevention, enforcement, treatment strategy, implementation, petitions, 2185, 2206, 2233, 2267, 2303, 2329, 2362, 2390, 2402, 2414, 2442, 2472, 2506, 2528, 2560, 2596, 2608, 2618, 2650, 2680, 2768, 2873, 2910, 3110, 3145

Bakken, 2607

Bakken Lackey, 2649, 2745, 2861, 2887

Draude, 2183, 2205, 2231, 2265, 2301, 2327, 2361, 2389, 2401, 2413, 2441, 2471, 2515, 2527, 2559, 2595, 2607, 2617, 2649, 3095, 3125, 3245

Eagles, 2184, 2595, 2617

Harpauer, 3095

Morgan, 2155

Wall, 2649

Strategy issue questions, 3093

Treatment, beds, programs, 2932-33

Nilson, 2611-13

Wall, 2611-12

Treatment, funding

Draude, 2394, 2600-2601

Nilson, 2394, 2600-2601

Detoxification centres

Lloydminster, services, beds, funding, 1441-42

Saskatoon, brief stay beds, 1441, 1618-19

Youth, beds, 1442

Youth, resources, 1617-18

Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) program, grade 6 graduates, Dr. Isman Elementary School, Wolseley, member's statement

Toth, 1667-68

Treatment beds, young people

Draude, 2731

Nilson, 2731

Treatment strategy, funding

Draude, 2394-95

Nilson, 2394-95

 

Drugs and pharmaceuticals

Illegal, sale, legislation, 187

Saskatchewan drug plan, expansion, 275, 364, 373, 444

 

Easter See Festivals

 

Eateries See Restaurants

 

Eberhardt, Emma See Centenarians, Eberhardt, Emma

 

Echo Valley Conference Centre

Closure, delay, 1619-20

Hart, 993-94

Higgins, 993-94

Continue operations, petitions, 1378, 1390, 1511, 1649

Funding, reduction, effect, 353

 

Ecological Reserves Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 95)

First reading

Forbes, 2214

Second reading

Allchurch, 2856-57

Brkich, 2582

Elhard, 2494-95, 2580-82

Forbes, 2373-74

Hart, 2954

Morgan, 2374

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Forbes)

Forbes, 2954

Third reading

Forbes, 3113

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Economic development, 4, 64, 67, 88-90, 198, 455 See also First Nations - Full participation in economy/society; Saskatchewan Party - Strategy, economic development

Action Humboldt, Humboldt, 2296

Canada-Saskatchewan Western Economic Partnership Agreement, funding, 2197

Contribution, private sector, 123

Economic Developer of the Year, Saskatchewan Economic Developers Association award, Ryan Bater, Battlefords, recipient, member's statement

Taylor, 2271

Government, reliance on, 30, 129, 164, 171

Growth, Conference Board of Canada, 419

Meadow Lake, member's statement

Sonntag, 1380-81

Northeastern Saskatchewan, member's statement

Kerpan, 1393

REDA (regional economic development authority) Week (March 2005), member's statement

Yates, 2111

Saskatchewan Centennial Summit, environment, social progress, 4, 24, 198

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP), funding, 2196

Strategy

Calvert, 2005-6, 2010

Wall, 2005-6, 2009-10

Strategy development, commitment, 416, 419, 430, 444

Taxation, effect See Taxation - Corporate capital tax rate

 

Economy, 22, 24, 67, 125, 159, 167 See also Rural economy

Serby, 1984-85

Wall, 1984-85

Budget, effect, 477-78

Business confidence, Saskatchewan ranking

Cline, 2306-7

Wall, 2306-7

Commodities, natural resource, dependence, cyclical fluctuations, 273

Decline, 306, 354-55

Effect of trade unions, 192

Green and prosperous, 1054-55, 1060, 2195, 2252, 2355 See also Environment - Sustainability

Gross domestic product (GDP)

Debt as a percentage of, 483, 2194, 2252, 2258, 2356

Growth, forecast, 276, 483

Growth, member's statement

Morgan, 821-22

Growth, 1765, 2193, 2195, 2225, 2252, 2346, 2355

Debt reduction, 418

Member's statement

Yates, 1419

Prediction, 37

Ideology, 36-37, 189

Improvement, 64

Infrastructure, taxation, regulation, government responsibilities, 416

Our Future is Wide Open campaign

Cline, 823-24

Wakefield, 822-24

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, funding

Cline, 440

Huyghebaert, 440

Potential, 2349

Potential, forum, College of Commerce, University of Saskatchewan, member's statement, 367

Cheveldayoff, 338

Research parks

Contribution, 411

Innovation Place, Saskatoon, Regina Research Park, 1595

Innovation Place, Saskatoon, Regina Research Park, contribution, member's statement

Addley, 76, 2186

Saskatchewan Centennial Summit, member's statement

Yates, 2043

 

Economy Committee

First report, moved (Lautermilch) for concurrence

Lautermilch, 1665

Second report, moved (Lautermilch) for concurrence

Lautermilch, 1903

Third report, moved (Lautermilch) for concurrence

Lautermilch, 3152

Membership, substitution, moved (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 594, 2118

Apiaries Act, 2005 (No. 94)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3150

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 3150

Agri-Food Act, 2004 (No. 65)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1663

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 1663

Cattle Marketing Deductions Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 66)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1664

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 1664

Certified Management Consultants Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 3)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1083

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1083

Corporation Capital Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 125)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3149

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 3149

Department of Energy and Mines Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 17)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1284-85

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1285

Ecological Reserves Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 95)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3112

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Forbes, 3113

Farm Financial Stability Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 121)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3150

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 3150

Financial Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 1)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1390

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly, negatived, referred to Committee of the Whole Assembly, 1390

Fuel Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 120)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3149

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 3149

Geographic Names Board Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 16)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1284

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1284

Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 88)

Report with amendment

Lautermilch, 3112

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3112

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 3112

Van Mulligen, 3112

Income Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 70)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1665

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1665

Irrigation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 57)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1975-76

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 1976

Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 13)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1513

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Cline, 1513

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 50)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1664

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 1665

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 86)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3145

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 3145

Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 122)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3146

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 3146

Municipal Employees' Pension Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 4)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1083

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1083

Pension Benefits Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 47)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1664

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1664

Prairie Agricultural Machinery Institute Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 76)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1975

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 1975

Prairie and Forest Fires Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 98)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3113

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Forbes, 3113

Provincial Sales Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 36)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1665

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1665

Public Employees Pension Plan Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 28)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1284

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1284

Saskatchewan Farm Security Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 22)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1285

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Wartman, 1285

Saskatchewan Pension Annuity Fund Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 5)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1084

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1084

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Act, 2005 (No. 118)

Report with amendment

Lautermilch, 3151

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Forbes, 3151

Superannuation (Supplementary Provisions) Amendment Act, 2004

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1084

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1084

Tobacco Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 37)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1390

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1390

Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 87)

Report with amendment

Lautermilch, 3145

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 3145

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 79)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1976

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Forbes, 1976

Wildlife Habitat Protection Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 123)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 3151

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Forbes, 3151

Workers' Compensation Board Pension Implementation Act (No. 15)

Report without amendment

Lautermilch, 1513

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Higgins, 1513

 

Education, 68-69, 84

Addictions and healthy lifestyles, curriculum, 2997-98

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

Distance learning, 1151

Funding, 6, 348, 360, 369, 384, 386, 389, 394, 413, 418, 453, 475, 484, 2195, 2199, 2225, 2247, 2252, 2259, 2298, 2352 See also Property tax - Education tax

Changes, equitable distribution, strategy, 1153-54

Education, post-secondary education, training, budget priority, member's statement

Trew, 339

Impact, Moose Jaw, 2287

Increases, 1369

Kindergarten to grade 12, 371

Health education, 363

K to J agenda, kindergarten to jobs, 158

Outcomes, improvement, 1151

Physical, Saskatchewan Physical Education Association awards, Yorkton schools, M.C. Knoll, Columbia, Dr. Brass, member's statement

Hagel, 588

Prior learning, recognition, government policy, ministerial statement

Cheveldayoff, 1659

Thomson, 1658

Quality of, 2355

Reform, renewal, first part of three-phase program, ministerial statement

McMorris, 1098-99

Thomson, 1096-98

Reform, renewal, three-phase program, 1163

Restructuring, 374

SchoolPLUS program, 1151

Expansion, 3, 25, 28, 86, 158, 167, 186, 198, 424

Funding, 1635

Initiatives, 1635-36

Interdepartmental program, challenges, 2989-90

Interdepartmental program, funding contributions, 1636-37, 2987

Participation, 2997

Special needs programs, 3169

Special needs programs, specific case, autistic child, stutterer, 3168-69

Treaties, classroom kit, Office of the Treaty Commissioner, member's statement

Junor, 685-86, 2156-57

Treaties, compulsory curriculum, 2286, 2998

 

Education, post-secondary, 158 See also Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 11); First Nations - Education and training; Post-Secondary Graduate Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 64); Universities

Accessibility, review, Learning Dept., 2199

Bursaries

Funding, 2199, 2225, 2248, 2340, 2347

Health care See Health care - Bursaries

Program, Aboriginal students, Crown Investments Corporation, 2248

Program, Aboriginal students, Crown Investments Corporation, First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina partnership, ministerial statement

Atkinson, 1506-7

Cheveldayoff, 1507

Student, 1370-72

Capital funding, 277, 429, 449

Capital funding, additional, 1748, 1759, 1767

Centennial merit scholarship program, 1374, 2279, 2347, 2587

Election promises, financial assistance, reneged, 189

Financial assistance, students, changes, 1366-67, 1371

Funding, 277

Cheveldayoff, 995-96

Thomson, 995-97

Funding commitment, long-term

Calvert, 2191

Chisholm, 2191

Graduate tax credit program, 1367-68, 2248

Graduate tax credit program, enhancements, 4, 28, 94, 99, 186, 198, 277, 372, 389, 420, 424, 429, 444, 484, 2200, 2225, 2252, 2279, 2348

Graduates, CareerStart program, 1373-74

Graduates, manpower needs, 2587-88

Loans, funding, 2199

Loans, program, review, 2320, 3171-73

Scholarships, funding, 2586-87

Student debt, forgiveness, 2321

Student Loan Fund, reduction, 2585-86

Tuition fees, freeze See Universities - Tuition fees, freeze

 

Education Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 80)

First reading

Thomson, 1785

Second reading

Brkich, 2380-84

D'Autremont, 1878-81

Gantefoer, 2841

Hart, 2796

Kerpan, 2576-78

McMorris, 2175-81

Thomson, 1877-78

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2842

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 3028

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Education Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 114)

First reading

Thomson, 2568

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2838-40

Hart, 2836-38

McMorris, 2695-96

Thomson, 2694-95

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 2840

Third reading

Thomson, 3028

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Education Infrastructure Financing Corporation

Estimates, main (2004-2005), 1645

Estimates, main (2005-2006), 3242-43

 

Education Property Tax Credit Act (No. 115)

First reading

Thomson, 2568-69

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2840-41

McMorris, 2697-99

Thomson, 2697

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 2841

Third reading

Thomson, 3029

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Education tax See Property tax - Education tax

 

Egg industry See also Saskatchewan Commercial Egg Producers' Marketing Board

Production quotas, 2974-77

Bjornerud, 2522-23

Serby, 2522-23

Table eggs, production quotas, 917-19

Unregulated egg producers, 2974

 

Ehrmantraut, Mary See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Estevan

 

Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 119)

First reading

Quennell, 2777

Second reading

Brkich, 2921-22

Morgan, 3078

Quennell, 2921

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 3078

Third reading

Quennell, 3131-32

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Elections See also Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 119); Legislative Assembly and Executive Council (Set Election Dates) Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 202); Local Government Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 105)

Federal campaign, platforms, comments, 1601

Provincial

Alberta, Progressive Conservative Party win, member's statement

Dearborn, 1861

First Nations, participation, 448

New Democratic Party

Commitments, promises, 31-32, 279, 304-5, 315, 452, 479

Calvert, 469, 725, 1743-44, 2533-34

Wall, 469, 724-25, 1743-44, 2533-34

Senior citizens, support,

Nilson, 470

Popular vote, 413

Returning officers, appointments, 1622

Set dates, legislation, member's statement

Hermanson, 1515

Ukraine, electoral violations, allegations, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1893

 

Electoral Office

Chief Electoral Officer, Jean Ouellet, appointment, moved (Quennell)

Morgan, 1961

Quennell, 1960-61

 

Electoral system

Proportional representation and preferential representation, 1620-22

 

Electrical Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 9)

First reading

Quennell, 184-85

Second reading

D'Autremont, 775-77

Quennell, 544-45

Toth, 545-47

Weekes, 1148

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 1149

Third reading

Quennell, 1789

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Electricity See also Electrical Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 9)

Coal reserves See Mining industry - Coal reserves

Cogeneration, 219

Power failure, spring snowstorm, Estevan area, SaskPower employees, appreciation, member's statement

Eagles, 1089-90

Rates, increase

Atkinson, 344

Elhard, 343-44

Swift Current distribution utility, rates, negotiations with SaskPower

Quennell, 2476-77

Wall, 2475-77

 

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain

Statue See Statues - Queen Elizabeth II riding her horse Burmese

 

Elk See Chronic wasting disease - Elk velvet

 

Elocution See Debating

 

Emergency medical services

Awards, Governor General medals for exemplary service, Tom and Bonnie Prime, Wynyard, recipients, member's statement

Brkich, 1247

Emergency Medical Services Week (May 16-22, 2004), awards ceremony, Governor General medals for exemplary service, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1131-32

Retirement, recognition, Harry Hansen, Strasbourg (September 13, 2004), member's statement

Hart, 1862-63

Stars of Life Award, Saskatchewan Emergency Medical Services Association, Maxine Barth, Wilkie, recipient, member's statement

Weekes, 2077

 

Emergency preparedness

Emergency Preparedness Week (May 2-8, 2004), member's statement

Iwanchuk, 938

FleetNet emergency radio system, maintain until viable province-wide alternative available, moved (Kerpan); amendment (Prebble)

Addley, 2431-32

Draude, 2430-31

Elhard, 2425-26

Kerpan, 2423-25

Prebble, 2426-28

Yates, 2428-30

FleetNet emergency radio system, maintain until viable province-wide alternative available, moved (Kerpan); amendment (Prebble); questions and comments

Addley, 2433-34

Brkich, 2432-33

Draude, 2433

Elhard, 2433

Kerpan, 2432, 2434

Prebble, 2433-34

Yates, 2432-34

FleetNet emergency radio system, replacement issues

Kerpan, 2419-20

Prebble, 2419-20

Sonntag, 2420

 

Employment, 138

Centennial summer student employment program, 86, 424, 2200, 2248

Funding, 277, 484

Regional parks, funding, elimination

Beatty, 1040

Dearborn, 994-95, 1039-40

Forbes, 994-95

Green Team, summer student employment program, 2200, 2248, 2279

Beatty, 1073-74

Dearborn, 1073-74

Establishment, 3, 25, 28, 86, 99, 126, 186, 219

Funding, 277, 358, 420, 444, 475, 484

Launch (2005), ministerial statement

Beatty, 2083

Eagles, 2083

Growth, statistics (April 2005), member's statement

Yates, 2912

Growth, statistics (March 2005), member's statement

Yates, 2415

Jobs First program, 2281

Student programs, provincial, Crown corporations, 3-4, 25, 28, 69-70, 186, 198, 219

 

Employment development, 454 See also First Nations - Aboriginal employment development program

Labour Market Development Agreement, 1372

Rate, 36, 64, 97, 298, 1757, 1765, 2225

Training, job creation, funding, 277, 371, 449, 484, 2225

 

Empress of Ireland (Ship) See Disasters - Maritime, Empress of Ireland

 

Energy, 4-5, 24, 28, 70, 99, 233

Conservation, 5

Energuide for houses, 5

Energy Star appliance rebate program, 5, 277, 357, 2197

Energy Star appliance rebate program, expansion

Forbes, 2866-67

Kirsch, 2866-67

Grants, 2323

Public buildings, retrofit, 5

Development

Calvert, 2116

Wall, 2116

Development, geothermal heating

Forbes, 2880-81

Kirsch, 2880

Development, moved (Lautermilch); amendment (Bakken)

Bakken, 2123-25

Belanger, 2127-28

D'Autremont, 2128-29

Elhard, 2125-26

Lautermilch, 2119-21

Quennell, 2122-23

Development, moved (Lautermilch); amendment (Bakken); questions and answers

Bakken, 2131

Belanger, 2130

Brkich, 2129, 2131

D'Autremont, 2129-30

Elhard, 2130

Lautermilch, 2129-31

Quennell, 2130-31

Stewart, 2130

Yates, 2130-31

Federal-provincial accord

Calvert, 2510, 2735

Wall, 2510, 2735

Federal-provincial accord, negotiations

Calvert, 2749-50, 2913-14, 3100-3104

Wall, 2749-50, 2913-14, 3100-3104

Hydrogen, 5, 24, 99, 233 See also Fuel - Hydrogen

North American Energy Summit (2004), Premier, attendance

Calvert, 499-500

Wall, 499-500

Nuclear, 95

 

Energy and Mines Department See Department of Energy and Mines Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 17)

 

Energy Conservation Office, 5, 356

Energy Star program, appliances See Energy - Conservation - Energy Star appliance rebate program

 

Energy Star program See Energy - Conservation - Energy Star appliance rebate program

 

Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act (No. 101)

First reading

Quennell, 2410

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2485-86

Morgan, 2583

Quennell, 2485

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2583

Third reading

Quennell, 2874

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 39)

First reading

Quennell, 727

Second reading, 1204

Harpauer, 762-63

McMorris, 871-72

Quennell, 761-62

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 1204

Third reading

Quennell, 1283

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Engineers, civil See Canadian Society for Civil Engineering

 

Environment

Co-operation, Aboriginal groups, Environment Dept., 357

Craik, Eco-centre, sustainable living project, Lynn Oliphant, project participant, finalist at Canadian Environment Awards Gala (June 2005), member's statement

Borgerson, 3249

Craik, Eco-centre, sustainable living project, Sustainable Community Award winner (2005), member's statement

Stewart, 3248-49

Craik town, rural municipality Craik No. 222, sustainable living project, member's statement

Yates, 1792-93

Earth Day (April 22, 2004), member's statement

Borgerson, 685

Huyghebaert, 685

Earth Day (April 22, 2005), and Soil Conservation Week (April 17-23, 2005), member's statement

Hart, 2619

Earth Day (April 22, 2005), member's statement

Addley, 2619

Initiatives, protection, sustainability, member's statement

Borgerson, 320

Protection, 67, 219, 2197 See also Youth - Green Teams

Funding, 2278

Great Sand Hills region, 1452-53

Great Sand Hills region, environmental study, funding, 2197

Old Man on His Back site, Missouri Coteau site, agreement, Nature Conservancy of Canada, 1453-54

Protection, government record, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 1515-16

SaskEnergy Youth Enviro-Action Award (2005), Nokomis School students, member's statement

Brkich, 2771

Sustainability, 125

Education for Action, youth forum, Royal Saskatchewan Museum, member's statement

Trew, 287-88

Environment Dept., staff reduction, effects

Forbes, 1472-73

Huyghebaert, 1472-73

Green and prosperous economy, 1054-55, 1060, 2195

 

Environment Department

Budget, 1054-56

Compliance and field services, funding, reduction, 1056

Enforcement unit, establishment, 1053

Environmental and resource management program, 1053

Environmental impact assessment process, 356

Estimates, main (2004-2005), 1053-61, 1210-13, 1317-26, 1445-55, 1483-92, 1692-93

Allchurch, 1323-26

Bjornerud, 1212, 1317-18

D'Autremont, 1448-51

Dearborn, 1060

Draude, 1059, 1488

Elhard, 1451-54

Forbes, 1053-61, 1210-13, 1317-26, 1445-55, 1483-92

Hart, 1484-85

Heppner, 1321-23

Hermanson, 1485-86

Huyghebaert, 1054-58, 1210-11, 1213, 1455, 1484, 1487-91

Kerpan, 1058

Kirsch, 1318-21

Toth, 1211

Wall, 1445-48

Estimates, supplementary (2003-2004), 1693-94

Green strategy, 356, 1053

Integrated monitoring unit, establishment, 356, 1053

Licences and fees, increase, 301, 313

Forbes, 213

Huyghebaert, 213

Sonntag, 213-14

Office, closure, Cumberland House, 1491-92

Offices, closures, northern Saskatchewan, 423

Performance plan (2004-2005), 356

Performance plan (2004-2005), best practices, emphasis, 356

Public funds, misuse, 3214

Forbes, 3155-56, 3227

Hart, 3155-56, 3226-27

Reorganization, 274, 356

Reorganization, offices, closure, 313, 376

Resource stewardship, funding, departmental reorganization, 1057

Specialized enforcement unit, establishment, 356

Staff

Conservation officers, Kindersley constituency, 1060

Conservation officers, reduction, 1056

Forbes, 961-62

Huyghebaert, 960-61

Conservation officers, side arms, 1058-59

Conservation officers, southwest Saskatchewan, 1060

Reduction, 356, 423

Reduction, costs and savings, 1445-46

Reduction, Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, concerns, member's statement

Brkich, 991

Reduction, Swift Current, 1445-46

 

Equalization program See Federal government - Equalization, federal transfer program

 

Erickson, Helen See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Kyle, Helen Erikson

 

Estates See Administration of Estates Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 10)

 

Estimates

(2003-2004) supplementary, transmitted, 272

(2004-2005) main, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 272

(2004-2005) main, transmitted, 272

(2004-2005) further, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 1192-93

(2004-2005) supplementary, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 1748

(2004-2005) supplementary, transmitted, 1748

(2004-2005) supplementary, debate

Calvert, 1757-59

Elhard, 1761-65

Krawetz, 1749-51

Stewart, 1759-60

Taylor, 1749, 1752-53

Van Mulligen, 1748-49, 1765-67

Wall, 1754-57

Wartman, 1760-61

(2005-2006) main, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 2193

(2005-2006) further, moved (Van Mulligen) to refer to Committee of Finance

Van Mulligen, 2906

(2005-2006) main, transmitted, 2193

Main (2004-2005), votes, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees

Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 487, 792

Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 792-93

House Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 793

Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 793

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 793

Supplementary (2004-2005), votes, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees

Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1767

Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

House Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1768

Main and supplementary (2005-2006), votes, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees

Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2359

Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2358

House Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2358

Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2358

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2358-59

Further (2005-2006), Fiscal Stabilization Fund, withdrawal from Committee of Finance, referral to committees

Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3041

 

Estimates and supplementary estimates referred to committee

Crown and Central Agencies Committee

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan, 487

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan, 487

Information Technology Office, 487, 792, 1767, 2359

Property Management, 2359

Public Service Commission, 487, 792, 2359

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, 487

Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation, 487, 792, 1767, 2359

Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation, 487

SaskEnergy Incorporated, 487

Economy Committee

Agricultural Credit Corporation of Saskatchewan, 792-93

Agriculture and Food, 1768

Centenary Fund, 792-93

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan, 792-93, 2358

Environment, 2358

Finance, 792-93, 2358

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 792-93, 2358

Industry and Resources, 792-93, 1768, 2358

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan, 792-93

Labour, 792-93, 2358

Municipal Financing Corporation of Saskatchewan, 2358

Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation, 792-93, 2358

Saskatchewan Power Corporation, 792-93, 2358

Saskatchewan Research Council, 792-93, 2358

Saskatchewan Telecommunications Holding Corporation, 792-93, 2358

Saskatchewan Water Corporation, 792-93, 2358

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority, 792-93

SaskEnergy Incorporated, 792-93, 2358

House Services Committee

Chief Electoral Officer, 793, 2358

Children's Advocate, 2358

Conflict of Interest Commissioner, 793, 2358

Information and Privacy Commissioner, 793, 2358

Legislative Assembly, 793, 1768, 2358

Ombudsman, 2358

Ombudsman and Children's Advocate, 793

Provincial Auditor, 793, 2358

Human Services Committee

Community Resources and Employment, 793, 2358

Corrections and Public Safety, 793, 1768, 2358

Culture, Youth and Recreation, 793, 1768, 2358

Education Infrastructure Financing Corporation, 793

Health, 1768

Justice, 793, 1768, 2358

Learning, 1768

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee

First Nations and Métis Relations, 2358-59

Government Relations and Aboriginal Affairs, 793

Highways and Transportation, 793, 1768, 2358-59

Municipal Financing Corporation of Saskatchewan, 793

Northern Affairs, 793, 1768, 2358-59

Rural Development, 2358-59

 

Ethanol, 190, 233, 310, 349

Development, 2347

Belle Plaine project, 2254, 2314

Belle Plaine project, costs

Cline, 723, 754-56, 825

Toth, 825

Wall, 721-23, 754-55

Belle Plaine project, costs, Points West Consulting

Cline, 826, 836-37

Toth, 826, 836

Lloydminster, Weyburn, 5, 67, 2196

Nipawin, 2316, 2347

Nipawin, Canada-Saskatchewan Western Economic Partnership Agreement funding, member's statement

Beatty, 2234

Weyburn, 2343

Fuel tax rebate program, funding, 277, 2196, 2252

Proposal, Shaunavon, 222

Strategy, 5, 96

 

Executive Council

Communications services, staffing, funding, 2283

Communications services, staffing, funding, function, 3181-85

Estimates, main (2004-2005), 1591-1634

Bakken, 1615-18

Bjornerud, 1622-28

Calvert, 1591-1633

D'Autremont, 1620-22

Hart, 1619-20

Wall, 1591-1615, 1628-34

Estimates, supplementary (2004-2005), 3240

Estimates, main (2005-2006), 3181-3215, 3239-40

Bjornerud, 3200-3204

Calvert, 3181-3215

Draude, 3189

Hermanson, 3214

Merriman, 3190-91

Wall, 3181-88, 3191-3200, 3205-14

Officials (2003-2004), 1591

Saskatoon cabinet office, new director, salary

Morgan, 2828-30

Serby, 2829-30

 

Exhibition Park, Regina See Buildings - Multi-purpose facility, Exhibition Park, Regina

 

Families See also First Nations - Child and family services

Altrogge family, Humboldt, Knights of Columbus, Family of the Year (2004), member's statement

Harpauer, 748-49

Building Independence programs, 138-39, 2280, 3193-94

Endorsement, moved (Iwanchuk)

Bakken, 2632-33

Crofford, 2633-35

Hagel, 2630-32

Iwanchuk, 2628-30

Weekes, 2635-37

Yates, 2637-38

Endorsement, moved (Iwanchuk); questions and comments

Bakken, 2638-39

Brkich, 2639

Crofford, 2638, 2640

Dearborn, 2639

Hagel, 2639

Huyghebaert, 2638

Iwanchuk, 2638-40

Krawetz, 2640

Weekes, 2640

Yates, 2640

Enhancements, 6, 24, 187, 199

Funding, 2198-99, 2323

Saskatchewan employment supplement, funding, 277, 389, 484

Compassionate care See Labour Standards Act - Amendments, compassionate care benefits; Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 50)

Family benefits, 389

Low-income See Building Independence programs above

Saskatchewan Foster Families Association, recognition, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1806

 

Farm families

Farm family opportunities initiative, cancelled, 300, 313, 376, 385, 1312

Financial distress, hardship, effects, recognition, moved (Bjornerud)

Bjornerud, 2643-45

Stewart, 2645-47

Financial support, 308

Protection, 132

Recognition, support, member's statement

Serby, 1514-15

 

Farm Financial Stability Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 121)

First reading

Wartman, 2778

Second reading

Bjornerud, 3081

Wartman, 2924-25

Weekes, 2925-26

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Wartman)

Wartman, 3082

Third reading

Wartman, 3150

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Farm fuel

Rebate program, changes, 1455

Rebate program, elimination, 275, 300, 313, 361, 381, 384, 425, 431

Tax exemption, changes, 275, 313, 376, 381, 425, 431

Tax exemptions, 456, 2979

Tax issue, 920

 

Farm land

Agrologists See Agrologists

Conservation cover program See Agriculture - Conservation cover program

 

Farm machinery industry

Bourgault Industries Ltd., St. Brieux, 128

New Concept Industries, Lanigan, feed equipment manufacturer, Russian sales, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 147

 

Farmers/Producers See also Farm Financial Stability Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 121); Saskatchewan Farm Security Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 22)

Bank loans, difficulties, 2543-44

Difficulties, challenges, 446-47

Difficulties, financial, percentage of farmers, 2804

Family Farm Award (2003), Battlefords Agricultural Society, Ken and Lorna McDonald, Richard, recipients, member's statement

Taylor, 77-78

Farm practice checks program, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation, 1456-57

Farm safety calendar (2004), Saskatchewan Labour, children's art contest, Rebecca Clark, Wolseley, grand prize winner, member's statement

Borgerson, 267

Farm stress line, usage, 2804

Further education programs, 1365

Income, projections (2005), negative, 2216

Income support

Bjornerud, 2008, 2753, 2775-76

Wartman, 2008-9, 2753-54, 2775-77

Income support programs, 484

Income support programs, federal-provincial

Stewart, 1519-20

Wartman, 1519-20

Lines of credit (2005), 2802-4

Suicides, 2804

 

FASD See Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder

 

Fatal Accidents Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 40)

First reading

Quennell, 727

Second reading

Elhard, 1204

Gantefoer, 763

Quennell, 763

Weekes, 868-71

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 1205

Third reading

Quennell, 1412-13

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Federal government

Budget (2005-2006), NDP-Liberal agreement, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2717

Equalization, federal transfer program, 6, 33, 84, 86, 118-19, 139, 160, 220-21, 226-28, 274, 306, 308, 358, 394, 1591-95, 2259

Calvert, 959-60, 1110, 2509-10

Krawetz, 1107-8

Van Mulligen, 1107-8

Wall, 959-60, 2509-10

Federal party leaders, responses, 1599-1600

Payment, one-time, to cover inequities, 274, 308, 1593, 1748-50, 1753, 1758, 1766-67, 2194, 2243, 2261, 2317

Payments, decrease, 2195

Premier, meeting with Prime Minister

Calvert, 2005

Wall, 2005

Requests, oil and gas revenues, mining tax base, 274-75

Review panel, 2942-43

Saskatchewan, equitable treatment, 2347

Calvert, 2563-64

Wall, 2563-64

Saskatchewan, equitable treatment, moved (Calvert)

Calvert, 2013-15

Cheveldayoff, 2017-20

Van Mulligen, 2020-21

Wall, 2015-17

Saskatchewan disadvantages, rectification, moved (Calvert); amendment (Krawetz)

Calvert, 50-53

Cline, 53-56

Krawetz, 56-58

Van Mulligen, 60-61

Wall, 58-60

Saskatchewan pressure for equitable treatment, petitions, 1546

Trew, 1511

Yates, 1511

Saskatchewan pressure for reform, 2194, 2290

Saskatchewan status, 1757, 1761-62, 1765-66

Thomas Courchene article, Globe and Mail newspaper (March 4, 2004), 427-29

 

Federal-provincial issues, 6

 

Feedlots See Cattle industry - Feedlots, set-aside program

 

Fehr, Edith See Bravery - Recognition event, Warman

 

Festivals

Easter (2004), observance, member's statement

Toth, 467

Easter (2005), observance, member's statement

Hermanson, 2208

Iwanchuk, 2207

Passover, Easter (2004), observance, member's statement

Hamilton, 466-67

 

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, 139 See also Midwives - International Midwives Day (May 5, 2004), FASD Awareness Day (May 5, 2004)

Assessment, support, 6, 34, 98, 186, 390, 430, 1611, 2321

Assessment, support, diagnostic centre, schedule

Draude, 1335-36, 1395-96

Nilson, 1335-36, 1395-96

Assessment, support, funding, 275, 349, 359, 363, 429, 445, 449

Court case investigations, recognition of FASD

Crofford, 1396-97

Draude, 1396

FASD Awareness Day (May 5, 2004), Core-Ritchie Neighbourhood Centre, Regina, member's statement

Draude, 925

FASD Awareness Day (May 3, 2005), Core-Ritchie Neighbourhood Centre, Regina, member's statement

Morin, 2825

 

Film Employment Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 85)

First reading

Beatty, 1812

Second reading, 1967

Beatty, 1881

Chisholm, 1881-82

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Beatty)

Beatty, 1967-68

Third reading

Beatty, 1989

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Film industry

Canada-Saskatchewan Sound Stage, Regina, production season bookings, Corner Gas television series, member's statement

Nilson, 527

Contribution, economy, 5, 1758

Documentary, Ted's Story: Honouring Melissa, member's statement

McCall, 3017

Film employment tax credit, 424, 2197

Flicks International Film Festival, 10th annual, Broadway Theatre, Saskatoon, member's statement

Atkinson, 2392

Minds Eye Entertainment

Debt, reorganization

Cline, 1582-84

Toth, 1582-83

Debt, writedowns

Cline, 2687

Harpauer, 2687

Falling Angels, feature film, winner, two Genie Awards, member's statement

Morgan, 895

Tommy Douglas Story, centennial funding

Beatty, 2688-89, 2721-22

Harpauer, 2688-89, 2721-22

Partners in Motion, Regina, 10th anniversary, member's statement

McCall, 177-78

Recognition, Corner Gas television series, International Emmy Award nomination, member's statement

Hamilton, 1861

RepREZentin' media training workshop, on-reserve Aboriginal youth, Ile-a-la-Crosse, Big Soul Productions, sponsors, member's statement

Belanger, 863

SaskFilm, funding, 424

Video series, launch, A New Life in a New Land: the Muslim Experience in Canada, member's statement

Junor, 1499

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival (May 27-30, 2004), member's statement

Serby, 1273

Yorkton Short Film and Video Festival, (May 26-29, 2005), member's statement

Serby, 3221

 

Finance Committee See Committee of Finance

 

Finance Department

Financial approval process

Cheveldayoff, 3157

Van Mulligen, 3157-58

 

Financial Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 1)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 116

Second reading

Chisholm, 765-66

Gantefoer, 504-7

Krawetz, 904-6

Merriman, 1303-4

Stewart, 1063

Van Mulligen, 503-4

Wakefield, 1143-44

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1304

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Krawetz, 1536-39

Van Mulligen, 1536-40

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1540

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Fire halls

RM of Three Lakes No. 400, grand opening, member's statement

Kirsch, 785

Warman, opening (April 24, 2004), member's statement

Heppner, 786

 

Firefighters See also Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal; Protective services; Service clubs - Rotary Club of Saskatoon, Badge and Shield Week (2004)

Occupational diseases, Workers' Compensation Act amendments, 166

Reductions, Cypress Hills area, 1211

Reductions, southern Saskatchewan, 1057-58, 1210-11

 

Fires See also Forest fires

Advanced Ag and Industrial Ltd., Biggar (February 16, 2004), member's statement

Weekes, 240-41

Bladworth, residential fire, member's statement

Brkich, 811

 

First Nations, 131

Aboriginal employment development program, funding, 277, 449-50, 2247

Aboriginal employment development program, partnership agreement, 54th, ministerial statement

Draude, 997-98

Sonntag, 997

Aboriginal Head Start, Come and Learn, new facility, opening, north central Regina, member's statement

McCall, 76-77

Aboriginal Head Start, 10th anniversary event, Buffalo Narrows (May 6, 2005), member's statement

Belanger, 3069

Child and family services, 2323

Child and family services, kinship care, 2281

Child and family services agencies, funding, 2199, 2247

Culture, threats, challenges, 21

Education and training

Aboriginal bursary program, Crown corporations, 2200

Opportunities, youth, 189, 232, 2323

Partnership, Saskatoon Tribal Council, Saskatoon Public School Division, provincial government, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 209

Post-secondary, initiatives, 1369

Post-Secondary Sector Aboriginal Education and Training Action Plan, 1365

Reserve schools, graduation rate, 2999

Elections See Elections - Provincial, First Nations, participation

Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations, Youth Legislative Assembly, Prince Albert, 3rd annual, member's statement

Belanger, 1236

Full participation in economy/society, 6, 87, 174, 186

Northern Saskatchewan, 423-24

Onion Lake First Nation, achievements, 90-91

Gathering of Nations Powwow, 21st, member's statement

Sonntag, 1071

Lac la Ronge Indian Band, Chief Harry Cook, retirement dinner, presentation of Saskatchewan Centennial Medal, member's statement

Beatty, 2187

Lac La Ronge Indian Band, new chief, Terry Cook-Searson, member's statement

Beatty, 2475

Draude, 2365

Montreal Lake Cree Nation, deaths, mourning, member's statement

Beatty, 2042

National Aboriginal Achievement Awards (March 31, 2005), Saskatoon, member's statement

Beatty, 2270

National Aboriginal Awareness Week (May 25-28, 2004), member's statement

Draude, 1246

National Aboriginal Awareness Week (May 24-27, 2005), member's statement

Draude, 3132

National Aboriginal Day (June 21, 2004), member's statement

Beatty, 1684

Draude, 1684

Off-reserve, Métis, strategy, 450

Okanese First Nation, community healing project, graduation ceremony (March 19, 2005), member's statement

McCall, 2145

Piapot First Nation, 125

Police services, funding, 2323

Poverty, 446

Powwow, First Nations University of Canada, 26th annual (April 2004), member's statement

Hamilton, 321

Powwow, First Nations University of Canada, 27th annual (April 2005), member's statement

McCall, 2363

Summer games See Summer games - Saskatchewan First Nations Summer Games (2005)

Traditional Elders Ministerial Advisory Committee, establishment, adviser to Justice Dept., Corrections and Public Safety Dept., ministerial statement

Draude, 1692

Quennell, 1691-92

Treaty land entitlements, 88, 450, 2979

Treaty land entitlements, critical habitat wildlife lands, 1323-25

Treaty lands See also Education - Treaties; Treaty Commissioner Office

Education of general public, 67, 424

Urban reserve, Saskatoon, Muskeg Lake Cree Nation, 411

Women See Women

Year of First Nations and Métis Women, 2005 See Women - Year of First Nations and Métis Women (2005)

Youth See also Film industry - RepREZentin' media training workshop; Youth

Leadership skills, development, 424

Programs, Piapot First Nation, 125

SaskTel Aboriginal Youth Awards of Excellence, 6th annual (2004), member's statement

Forbes, 862

Morgan, 862

 

First Nations University of Canada, 137

Partnership with Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan, 2248

Partnership with Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan, Gradworks internship program, 2248

Spring convocation, Regina (June 9, 2004), member's statement

Borgerson, 1516

 

Fiscal Stabilization Fund, 273, 387-88, 392, 415, 456, 2257-58, 2279

Budget balancing, 453, 483, 2217, 2314, 2325

Budget balancing, (2004-2005), 273-74

Critique, 1750-51, 1759-60, 2292

Transfer into, 1749, 2194, 2317

 

Fish

Habitat, ecosystem, management, 1054

 

Fishing

Commercial co-operative, Pinkowitz case, 1455, 1487

Licences, private vendors, 1490-91

 

FleetNet emergency radio system See Emergency preparedness - FleetNet emergency radio system

 

Food banks

Demand, increase, 3196-97

Bakken, 1503-4

Crofford, 1503-4, 1980-81

Wall, 1980-81

Saskatoon Food Bank and Learning Centre, Bob Pringle, director, outstanding services, congratulations, member's statement

Merriman, 2963-64

thINK Food and Phones-for-Food program, computer ink-jet cartridges, cellphones, collection and recycling, member's statement

Hamilton, 1580-81

 

Food processing industry See also Agri-Food Act, 2004 (No. 65); Agri-food industry; Meat processing industry

A-1 Soybean Enterprises Ltd., Chinese company, new business, Wynyard, member's statement

Brkich, 1892-93

DMB Food Processors (Canada) Inc., slaughter facility, construction, near Qu'Appelle, member's statement

McMorris, 178-79

Natural Valley Farms Inc., Wolseley, slaughter, processing facility, 229

Member's statement

Toth, 77

Potential, pulses, cereals, 416

Pulses, 417

 

Football See also Politics - Association with football

Canadian Football League, western divisional finals, vandalism, threats at home of Rider kicker, member's statement

Hagel, 1710-11

Canadian university football

University of Saskatchewan Huskies, finalists, Vanier Cup game, dogs' breakfast event, Saskatoon (May 5, 2005), member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2877

University of Saskatchewan Huskies, finalists, Vanier Cup game (2004), member's statement

Addley, 1835

Cheveldayoff, 1835

Vanier Cup game (2004), member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 1950

Ed Henick senior bowl football game, Saskatoon, 20th annual (May 24, 2004), member's statement

Kerpan, 1273-74

High school nine-man provincial championship, Foam Lake Panthers, winners, member's statement

Draude, 1894

Saskatchewan Roughriders, University of Saskatchewan Huskies, congratulations, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 1711

 

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

 

Forest fires See also Firefighters; Fires

Cypress Hills, prevention and suppression strategies, 1210-11, 1451-52

Firefighting costs, Prairie and Forest Fires Act, review, 1059

Suppression

Budget savings, 1759

Funding, 357, 1053

Funding, downsizing, 367-68, 386, 423

Funding, land-based air tankers, 2278

Funding, strategy development, 415-16

Northern Saskatchewan

Dearborn, 994

Forbes, 994

Northern Saskatchewan, fire bases, downsizing

Forbes, 1040-42

Huyghebaert, 1040-42

Northern Saskatchewan, fire bases, downsizing and closure of Environment offices, petitions, 1378, 1390, 1402

Huyghebaert, 1327, 1377, 1389

Northern Saskatchewan, firefighting personnel, 1054

Wildfire prevention education program, funding, 1053

Wildfire prevention program, 1059

Wildfire program, reorganization, 1053

 

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

 

Forest industry, 129, 1594, 1758

Agroforestry, development, 2978-79

Development needs, 416

Forest ecosystem program, International Organization for Standardization ISO 14001 certification, 357

Forest management

Big River, conservation officers, 1320

Riparian harvesting, 1318-20

International Organization for Standardization, ISO 14001 designation, maintenance, 1053

Investment, private, 419

Meadow Lake oriented strand board plant, official opening (May 29, 2004), member's statement

Sonntag, 1287

Millar Western Pulp Ltd., 451

National Forest Week (May 2-8, 2004), member's statement

Kirsch, 861-62

Oriented strand board plants, 419, 451

Softwood lumber, tariffs, national meeting, attendance

Calvert, 897-98

Wall, 897-98

Softwood lumber, USA tariffs, status, 2942

Weyerhaeuser, Carrot River mill, Hudson Bay mill, potential sale, 1058

 

Fort Qu'Appelle See Cities and towns - Fort Qu'Appelle

 

Fountain of Life School of Ministry Inc. Act (No. 302)

Petition, 718, 782

Second reading

Toth, 839

Referred to Private Bills Committee, moved (Toth)

Toth, 839

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Toth, 1111-12

Third reading

Toth, 1112

Royal Assent, 1543

 

431 Air Demonstration Squadron, Snowbirds

See Royal Canadian Air Force - Snowbirds 431 Air Demonstration Squadron

 

4-H

New club, Eatonia, member's statement

Dearborn, 1906

Provincial public speaking competition (2004), Prince Albert Exhibition Centre, member's statement

Borgerson, 618

Provincial public speaking competition (April 30, 2005), North Battleford, member's statement

Taylor, 2826

 

Francophones See also School boards - Francophone school governance

Les Rendez-vous de la francophonie en Saskatchewan (March 4-20, 2005), member's statement

McCall, 2041

Les Rendez-vous de la francophonie en Saskatchewan (March 5-21, 2004); Journée internationale de la francophonie, March 20, 2004, member's statement

McCall, 14

 

French language

French for the Future, 8th annual national conference (2005), Ottawa, Regina high school students, participation, member's statement

McCall, 2748-49

 

Fuel See also Ethanol; Farm fuel; Fuel Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 120); Gasoline

Aviation, tax, reduction, 2196

Biodiesel plant, Minot, North Dakota, member's statement

D'Autremont, 2270-71

Biofuels, 310

Hydrogen, Solar Hydrogen Energy Corporation, Saskatoon, 1060-61

Taxation, dedicated portion for municipalities

Huyghebaert, 3136

Taylor, 3136

Vehicles, alternate fuels, 1450-51

 

Fuel Tax Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 120)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 2777-78

Second reading

Toth, 2923

Van Mulligen, 2922-23

Weekes, 3078-79

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3079

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 3149

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Fundraising See also Poverty

Christmas Cheer Fund, Leader-Post, Regina; recognition of Len Wallace, social activist, member's statement

Higgins, 1906

High Voltage Classic, road hockey tournament, University of Saskatchewan engineering students, Hemophilia Saskatchewan, member's statement

Addley, 587

Merriman, 146-47

Hospitals of Regina Foundation, member's statement

McMorris, 2187

Marathon of Hope, Terry Fox, 25th anniversary (April 12, 2005), member's statement

Junor, 2473-74

McMorris, 2474

McHappy Day (May 18, 2005), McDonald's restaurants, fundraiser for Ronald McDonald House, member's statement

Eagles, 3154

Telemiracle (2004), Kole Jack, fundraiser, McClellan School, Young, member's statement

Brkich, 110

Twin Rivers Health Care Foundation, golf tournament, 12th annual, Mervin and District Golf Club, hosts, member's statement

Chisholm, 1499

United Way of Regina, 2004 tribute luncheon (April 22, 2004), member's statement

Hamilton, 720

United Way of Regina, 2005 tribute luncheon (April 19, 2005), member's statement

Hamilton, 2562

United Way of Regina (2004), recognition, member's statement

Hamilton, 1919

 

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

 

Fyke Commission See Health care - Commission on Medicare

 

Gallagher, Bernard David See Condolences - Gallagher, Bernard David

 

Gambling See also Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 67)

Problem gambling, management, funding, 2321

Problem gambling, management programs

D'Autremont, 2276

Nilson, 2276-77

Revenue, 3198-3200

Video lottery terminals, revenue, 2343

 

Game birds See Hunting - Game birds

 

Gaming See Alcohol and Gaming Regulation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 67); Gambling

 

Gaols See Correctional centres

 

Garbage

Winter debris, Meewasin-Saskatoon Credit Union Clean-Up Campaign (April 22-May 31, 2004), member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1090

 

Gardens, community

Grow Regina garden project, 137

 

Gas See Gas Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 8); Natural gas

 

Gas Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 8)

First reading

Quennell, 184

Second reading

Brkich, 1147-48

McMorris, 774-75

Quennell, 541-42

Toth, 773

Weekes, 542-44

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 1148

Third reading

Quennell, 1258

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Gasoline See also Farm fuel; Fuel; Natural gas - Motor vehicle fuel

Price increase, national meeting, request federal government protect consumers, moved (Lautermilch)

Krawetz, 950-52

Lautermilch, 947-50

Price increase, national meeting, request federal government protect consumers, transmittal, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 952

Taxation, federal, allocation, 1753

 

Gays See Culture - Gay Pride Week

 

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

 

Genealogy See Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 84)

 

Geographic Names Board Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 16)

First reading

Cline, 295

Second reading

Cline, 600-601

Gantefoer, 601-2

Huyghebaert, 673-74

Kirsch, 1145

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Cline)

Cline, 1145

Third reading

Cline, 1284

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Geothermal heating See Energy - Development, geothermal heating

 

Goalball

National Goalball Championships, Saskatoon (April 2-4, 2004), Saskatchewan Blind Sports Association, hosts, member's statement

Junor, 401

 

Goats See Livestock industry - Goats

 

Gomersall, Bill See Centenarians - Gomersall, Bill

 

Good, Mildred See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Estevan

 

Government, 457 See also Federal government

Accomplishments, 1632

Accountability, 1631

Advertising campaign, costs

Calvert, 151-52

Van Mulligen, 151

Wall, 150-52

Budgetary policy debate See Budget (March 23, 2005) - Debate; Budget (March 31, 2004) - Debate

Co-operative Commonwealth Federation See Co-operative Commonwealth Federation

Commitments, accomplished prudently, responsibly, timely, moved (Iwanchuk)

Hamilton, 1941-43

Iwanchuk, 1939-41

Confidence in, lack of, due to lack of competence and vision, moved (Huyghebaert)

Huyghebaert, 2131-35

Toth, 2135-37

Credit rating, 138, 483, 1752

Upgrade, Dominion Bond Rating Service, member's statement

Yates, 2717

Upgrade, Standard & Poor's, ministerial statement

Krawetz, 1555-56

Van Mulligen, 1555

Upgrades, 418, 1596-97, 1599, 2223-24, 2243, 2252, 2356

Departments, administrative costs, reduction, retention of public services, 274

Departments, budgets, reduction, 274

Failures, 34

Fees, miscellaneous, increase, 360

Financial management, 458-59, 1757-59, 2279, 2356

Changes, reporting, 273

Financial plan, four-year, 483

Financial plan, four-year, General Revenue Fund, 274

Financial plan, summary, 273, 296, 305, 483

Mid-year report, 1748

Summary financial statements, 449, 453, 483

Summary financial statements, frequency

Cheveldayoff, 2775

Van Mulligen, 2775

Financial position, 1748, 1762-63

Financial position, critique, 391-92

Non-confidence motion

Calvert, 294

Wall, 294

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, funding, Crown corporations

Atkinson, 1075-76, 1138

Elhard, 1075-76

Krawetz, 1137-38

Performance, current issues

Calvert, 183-84, 2048, 2422

Wall, 183-84, 2048, 2422

Performance, past, current developments, 221

Priorities, misappropriation, 155-56

Prudence, 129

Purchasing See Purchasing Act, 2004 (No. 12)

 

Government expenditures

Debt, 23-24, 30, 83, 91, 102, 136, 196, 273, 296-98, 305, 316, 352, 366, 384, 387, 392-93, 409, 415, 1597-99, 1629-30, 1755-56, 2217-18, 2227-28

(2002-2004), 1751

Liabilities, 298

Reduction, 418, 1749, 1760, 1765-67, 2194, 2223-24, 2243, 2248, 2252, 2258, 2279-80, 2287, 2297-98, 2313, 2317-19, 2322

Reduction, strategy, 2286-87

Debt-to-GDP ratio See Economy - Gross domestic product (GDP) - Debt as a percentage of

Refocus, 369

 

Government House, Regina, 87

Expansion, 88

Funding, 2279

 

Government motions See Motions, Government

 

Government Relations Department

Estimates, main (2005-2006), 2551-57, 2671-76, 2941-52, 3160-68, 3241

Allchurch, 2671-75

Atkinson, 2947-52

Bakken Lackey, 2945-46

Draude, 2675-76

Elhard, 3163-66

Hart, 2947, 3167

Hermanson, 2941-44

Huyghebaert, 2551, 2553-56, 2944-45, 3160-63

Taylor, 2551-57, 2671-76, 2941-47, 3160-68

Toth, 3166-67

Weekes, 2949-52

Estimates, main (2005-2006), increase, 2943

Immigration Branch, achievements, priorities, 2948

Staff (2005-2006), 2943

 

Governor General

Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference (2004) See Leadership - Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference (2004)

 

Graduates See Education, post-secondary - Graduates; First Nations University of Canada - Spring convocation; Nurses - Graduates, new, employment; University of Regina - Spring convocation; University of Saskatchewan - Graduates; University of Saskatchewan - Spring convocation

 

Grain

Commodity prices, low, effect, 224

Malt barley award, Agribition, Regina (November 2003), Ron and Glenda St. John, Kindersley area, recipients, member's statement

Dearborn, 177

 

Grandy, Helen See Centenarians - Grandy, Helen

 

Graveyards See Cemeteries

 

Grazing

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

 

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

 

Green Team See Employment - Green Team, summer student employment program

 

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming)

Carbon sequestering, agricultural soils, 2550

Carbon sequestering, agricultural soils, Saskatchewan producers, credit

Cline, 2568

Hart, 2568

Climate Change Show, travelling exhibit, Saskatchewan Science Centre, member's statement

Yates, 1036-37

Energy and Our Environment, SaskPower poster contest, 3rd annual (2004), member's statement

Iwanchuk, 786-87

Energy and Our Environment, SaskPower poster contest (2005), member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2771

Kyoto accord, implementation, Canada-Saskatchewan agreements

Cline, 2567-68

Hart, 2567-68

 

Grow Regina See Gardens, community - Grow Regina garden project

 

Grow Saskatchewan strategy See Saskatchewan Party - Grow Saskatchewan strategy

 

Gudmundson, Sigurveig See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005), Wynyard

 

Habitat for Humanity See Housing - Habitat for Humanity

 

Hamel, Napoleon See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Carlyle, Napoleon Hamel

 

Hancheruk, Nick See Centenarians - Celebrations (March 29, 2005), Jubilee Nursing Home

 

Handicapped and disabled persons See Disabled and handicapped persons

 

Hanson, Palmer See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatchewan Rivers constituency

 

Harley, Belle See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Melfort constituency

 

Hazardous spills

Emergency response, conservation officers, Environment Dept., first responders, 1056

 

Health and safety, workplace See Occupational health and safety - Action plan on workplace health and safety

 

Health authorities, regional See Heartland Regional Health Authority; Regional health authorities; Saskatoon Health Region; Sun Country Regional Health Authority; Sunrise Regional Health Authority

 

Health cards See Health care - Saskatchewan health cards

 

Health care, 5, 27-28, 37, 64, 68, 96, 98, 126, 130-32, 134, 160, 186, 198, 316, 411-12 See also Ambulance service; Cancer; Health care centres; Health promotions; Home care; Hospital waiting lists; Hospitals; Long-term care; Public Health Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 56); Regional Health Services Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 55); Saskatchewan Health Information Network; Trade unions - Health care

Aboriginal hiring, employment, partnership agreement, 119-20

Accessibility, 224-25

Action Plan for Saskatchewan Health Care, 5, 126, 373

Goals, progress, 2354

Implementation progress, 276

Alzheimer's disease See Alzheimer's disease

Autism See Autism

Avian flu See Avian flu

Brachial therapy, 3230-31

Bursaries, 1371

New and continuing, ministerial statement

Gantefoer, 727

Nilson, 726

New and continuing return-service, ministerial statement

McMorris, 2398-99

Nilson, 2398

Central control, 2289-90

Changes

Administrative efficiencies, 276

Announcement, 1013-14

Cutbacks, facility closures, heed words of former Premier Roy Romanow (November 2003), moved (Bakken)

Bakken, 966-68

Bjornerud, 968-70

Iwanchuk, 972-73

Junor, 970-72

Toth, 974-75

Yates, 975-76

Cutbacks, facility closures, heed words of former Premier Roy Romanow (November 2003), moved (Bakken); questions and comments

Bakken, 977-78

Bjornerud, 977

Brkich, 978

Cheveldayoff, 977

Heppner, 977-78

Iwanchuk, 977-78

Junor, 977-78

Merriman, 978

Trew, 978

Cuts, closures

Calvert, 960

Wall, 959-60

Cuts, closures, facility integration

Nilson, 1238-40

Cuts, closures, facility integration, public consultation

Wall, 1238-39

Cuts, closures, facility integration, public consultation, Cupar

Hart, 1241

Cuts, closures, facility integration, public consultation, Foam Lake

Draude, 1239-40

Cuts, closures, facility integration, public consultation, Herbert

Nilson, 1252

Stewart, 1240, 1252

Cuts, closures, operational planning guidelines

Nilson, 812-13

Wall, 812-13

Delivery of health care, staff composition, 276

Fundamental, 378

Children's Health Foundation Celebrity Dinner, 13th annual (April 23, 2005), Saskatoon, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2652

Clinics, primary health care, 363

Colostomies, catheter supplies, financial assistance, 2703-4

Commission on Medicare, 217

Compassionate care See Labour Standards Act - Amendments, compassionate care benefits

Complaints, specific cases

McMorris, 2033

Nilson, 2033

Computerized tomography scan, specific case, 3092-93

Computerized tomography scanners, new, located in Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Yorkton, ministerial statement

Nilson, 658

Wall, 659

Contracts, negotiations, 2815-16

Coronary care, angiograms, Saskatoon, 2936

Costs, remuneration, contracts, 1013

Costs, trend

McMorris, 2238

Nilson, 2238

Deterioration, 169

Diabetes See Diabetes

Eating disorders See Community-based organizations - BridgePoint Centre for Eating Disorders

Education See Education - Health education

Efficiencies, 1224-25

Facilities See also Health care - Funding - Facilities, equipment; Hospitals

Cabri and Gull Lake, 1229-30

Closures, bed closures, layoffs, public hearings by Human Services Committee, petitions, 1466, 1494, 1511, 1649, 1662, 1676, 1708

Brkich, 1401, 1411, 1465, 1493, 1575, 1648, 1661, 1675

Kerpan, 1401-2, 1411-12, 1575, 1648, 1676

Wall, 1576, 1647

Closures, conversions, 276, 313, 353, 376, 394

Nilson, 1093-95

Wall, 1071-72, 1095-96

Closures, conversions, change management, funding

Calvert, 1072-73, 1095-96, 1554-55

Nilson, 833-36, 1071-72, 1550-51

Closures, conversions, public hearings

Bakken, 836

Dearborn, 835

Draude, 834-35

Elhard, 834

Gantefoer, 833

Heppner, 835

Stewart, 834

Wall, 1549-51, 1554

Closures, Foam Lake, member's statement

Draude, 1186-87

Inquiry by Human Services Committee, closures and conversions, moratorium until inquiry report presented to Assembly, moved (Gantefoer)

Brkich, 1558-61

Elhard, 1561-63

Gantefoer, 852-56

Huyghebaert, 856-57, 1125-27

Stewart, 1557-58

Wall, 1563-65

Yates, 1565-67

Services, long-term care beds, closures, conversions, petitions, 1272

Weekes, 1258

Weyburn-Big Muddy, closure, downsizing, petitions, 956, 1067, 1130, 1183, 1246, 1258, 1494, 2746, 3014, 3096

Bakken, 935, 1034, 1101, 1129, 1231, 1245, 1465

Bakken Lackey, 2713, 2726, 2959, 3063

Fees

Harpauer, 470

Nilson, 470

Funding, 348, 359, 369, 383-84, 388, 412-13, 418, 456, 475, 2195, 2197-98, 2225, 2287, 2345, 2352

Additional, 1752, 1767, 2279, 2313

Additional, commitment to high quality, continuation of Action Plan for Health Care, moved (Junor)

Gantefoer, 567-68

Hagel, 573

Hamilton, 568-70

Heppner, 570-71

Iwanchuk, 565-67

Junor, 562-65

Toth, 571-73

Additional, commitment to high quality, continuation of Action Plan for Health Care, moved (Junor); questions and comments

Brkich, 573-74

Gantefoer, 574-75

Hermanson, 574

Junor, 573-75

Thomson, 573-75

Allocation, judicious

Nilson, 470, 590

Diagnostic equipment, 275-76, 373, 429

Effective use of, 1606-9

Equipment, 2288, 2345

Facilities, equipment, 275-76, 299, 349, 429, 444, 2196, 2198, 2258, 2260

Facilities, primary care sites, 2198, 2288

Facilities, Swift Current, Ile-a-la-Crosse, Moosomin, Outlook, Maidstone, Preeceville, Humboldt, Saskatoon, Regina, 2196, 2340, 2345-46

Federal, 276, 411, 429, 1011-12, 2218

Calvert, 45-46

Federal, additional, 1748

Federal, Health Reform Fund, 1012

Provincial budget (2004), member's statement

Yates, 289

Research, 277

Surgery, high priority, 373

Vaccines, childhood, 2198, 2288, 2320, 2323, 2340

Funding and administration, public, Saskatchewan Party support, member's statement

Brkich, 1919

Health care commissioner/ombudsman See Cancer - Ombudsman/health care commissioner; Health care - Ombudsman; Regional health authorities - Quality care coordinators

Health Quality Council See Health Quality Council

HealthLine program, 363

Hemodialysis See Kidney disease - Renal dialysis

Hepatitis C See Hepatitis C

Issues, public and private divulgence, resolution

Gantefoer, 557

Nilson, 557

Issues, resolutions

Calvert, 1673

Gantefoer, 1673

Kenaston Wellness Clinic, private funding, member's statement

Brkich, 554-55

Laboratory technical fees, 2807, 2939

Liver diseases See Liver diseases

Lupus See Lupus

Macular degeneration See Macular degeneration

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

Marfan syndrome See Marfan syndrome

National Medical Laboratory Week See Medical laboratory science

Northern Saskatchewan, health strategy, 363

Ombudsman, assistance, families, medical issues

Nilson, 16

Wall, 16

Patients, diagnosis and treatment, complaints, responses

Gantefoer, 898-99

Nilson, 898-99

Premiums

Calvert, 322-23

Wall, 322-23

Preventive medicine, promotion, 5, 25

Primary health care initiative, 2501

Primary health care teams, 2501-2

Primary health care teams, tour, Ms. Lucille Auffrey, executive director, Canadian Nurses Association, member's statement

Morin, 586-87

Provincial Laboratory Building See Buildings - Provincial laboratory, replacement, funding

Public funding, public administration, some private service delivery, 2812-13

Records, management See also Saskatchewan Health Information Network

Bakken, 620

Nilson, 620

Records, management, errors

Gantefoer, 655

Nilson, 655

Referrals

Out-of-province, Kathryn Wipf case, funding

Gantefoer, 1405-6

Nilson, 1420-21

Wall, 1419-21

Out-of-province, Kathryn Wipf case, process

Nilson, 1394-95, 1405-7

Wall, 1394-95

Out-of-province, neuro-ophthalmology, 1436

Out-of-province, process, 3089

Hermanson, 1670-71

Nilson, 1470-71, 1671

Wall, 1470-71

Out-of-province, process, review, 1609-11

Renal dialysis See Kidney disease - Renal dialysis

Resources, acquisition, challenges, 364

Rural Saskatchewan, 2343-44

Saskatchewan health cards, application, new immigrant

Huyghebaert, 2520-21

Nilson, 2520-21

Saskatchewan health cards, printing, contract

D'Autremont, 2308-9

Nilson, 2308

Thomson, 2309

Services

Candle Lake, fundraising, 444

Climax, Davidson, Herbert

Elhard, 1585

Nilson, 1585

Climax-Frontier area See Health care centres - Border Health Centre, Climax - Service issues

Private providers, 3085

Re-evaluation, reform

Nilson, 324-25

Surgery See Funding - Surgery above; Hospital waiting lists - Surgery

Survey, confidence in health system, 363, 412

Sustainability, 216-18, 352, 1014

Sustainability, funding, 275

Telehealth network, funding, 2345

Treatment, out-of-province

Gantefoer, 559

Nilson, 559

Workers See Health care workers

World Health Day See World Health Day

 

Health care centres See also Health care - Facilities; Hospitals

Balcarres, concerns, 361

Border Health Centre, Climax

Changes

Elhard, 1190-91, 1585

Nilson, 1190-91, 1585-86

Changes, emergency services

Elhard, 1407-8, 1552-53

Nilson, 1407-8, 1552-53

Maintain as 24-hour facility, petitions, 1232, 1246, 1258, 1272, 1282, 1328, 1378, 1390, 1402, 1412, 1466, 1494, 1511, 1546, 1576, 1649, 1662, 1676, 1708

Elhard, 1181, 1231, 1245, 1257, 1271, 1281, 1327, 1377, 1389, 1401, 1411, 1465, 1493, 1509, 1545, 1575, 1647, 1661, 1675

Huyghebaert, 1576, 1648, 1661, 1675

Service issues, 1228-29, 2934-36, 3232

Closures, economic impact, 1222-23

Craik, Davidson, Imperial, concerns, 380, 382

Craik, Davidson, Imperial, maintain services, 196

Craik and District Health Centre, closure, downsizing

Nilson, 929

Stewart, 929

Craik and District Health Centre, closure, downsizing, petitions, 936, 955, 1067, 1082, 1102, 1130, 1272, 1282, 1328, 1378, 1390, 1402, 1412, 1466, 1494, 1649, 1662, 1676, 1708

Stewart, 923, 935, 1033, 1067, 1079-80, 1101, 1257, 1271, 1281, 1327, 1378, 1389, 1401, 1411, 1465, 1575, 1647, 1661, 1675

Cupar, relocation into special care home, 1217-19

Davidson, Imperial, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 144, 208, 281, 317, 397, 433, 466, 491, 524, 553, 584, 616, 650, 748, 819, 830, 924, 988, 1034, 1130, 1183, 1232, 1246, 1258, 1272, 1328, 1378, 1860, 3110

Brkich, 107, 176, 264, 281, 337, 397, 433, 465, 491, 523, 553, 583, 615, 717, 807-8, 819, 893, 955, 988, 1101-2, 1129-30, 1182, 1231, 1245, 1257-58, 1281, 1327-28, 1831-32, 3096

Foam Lake See also Long-term care - Facilities - Foam Lake Jubilee Nursing Home

Closure, downsizing, petitions, 956, 1034

Draude, 935, 987, 1101, 1129

Primary facility, planning, 3093

Services, changes, 1223

Draude, 864-65

Nilson, 864-65

Grasslands Health Centre See Lafleche and district, and Grasslands Health Centre below

Gull Lake Special Care Centre, closure

Elhard, 1094-95

Gull Lake Special Care Centre, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1102, 1130, 1649

Elhard, 1079, 1101

Ile-a-la-Crosse, joint-use facility, health centre and high school, planning phase, ministerial statement

Kirsch, 534

Nilson, 534

Ile-a-la-Crosse, joint-use facility, health centre and high school, plans, member's statement

Belanger, 1805-6

Imperial, Long Lake centre, concerns, member's statement

Brkich, 652-53

Invermay Health Centre, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1258

Ituna Pioneer Health Care Centre, concerns, 361

Ituna Pioneer Health Care Centre, services, concerns, 1355-56

Lafleche and district, and Grasslands Health Centre, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1232

Huyghebaert, 1182

Lafleche and district, closure, downsizing, petitions, 808, 830, 860, 894, 924, 936, 956, 988, 1034, 1067, 1130, 1183, 1232, 1328

Huyghebaert, 781, 807, 819, 829, 860, 893, 923, 936, 955, 987, 1033, 1101, 1129, 1182

Maidstone, building addition, status, 3236

Manitou, increase funding using federal health care agreement resources, petitions, 1772

Chisholm, 1738

Dearborn, 1738

Pangman, services from Radville doctors, 2709-10

Preeceville, new integrated facility, project status, 1227-28, 2218, 2225, 3092

Radville Marian Health Centre, closure, downsizing, petitions, 894, 936, 988, 1067, 1102, 1232

Eagles, 859, 923, 955, 1033, 1080, 1181-82

Spiritwood Health Complex, acute care coverage, doctors, shortage See Physicians/Doctors - Shortage - Spiritwood Health Complex

Wilkie, health care centre and special care home, maintain at current level of service, petitions, 616, 650, 924, 988, 1067, 1183, 1258, 1511, 1903, 1947, 2714, 2873, 3064, 3219

Weekes, 583, 615-16, 893, 955-56, 1033, 1130, 1245, 1493, 1890, 1915, 2680, 2862, 3027, 3144, 3246

 

Health care commissioner/ombudsman See Cancer - Ombudsman/health care commissioner; Health care - Ombudsman; Regional health authorities - Quality care coordinators

 

Health care professionals See also Immigration - Immigrant nominee health profession category; Medical technologists; Midwives; Nurses; Physicians/Doctors; Psychologists Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 34)

Contracts, negotiations See Health care - Contracts, negotiations

Downsizing, concerns

Calvert, 1191-92

Gantefoer, 1187-88

Nilson, 1187-88

Wall, 1191-92

Protection from sharps, legislation, status, 3238

Recruitment, retention, funding, 275, 312, 349, 429, 444, 484

Retirements, succession planning, 300

Shortage, 352

Shortage, critical, solutions

Cheveldayoff, 1672

Gantefoer, 182

Nilson, 182, 1672

Thomson, 1672

Special care aide program, graduation, Southeast Regional College, Whitewood, member's statement

Toth, 1185

Training, 2939

Training seats, increase, 2321, 2323, 2340

 

Health care workers See also Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 88); Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act (No. 102)

Contracts, negotiations See Health care - Contracts, negotiations

Home care/special care aide program, graduation (2005), Whitewood, member's statement

Toth, 3134

Loss, 314

Memorandum of agreement, unions, Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, signed prior to general election

Krawetz, 2332-36, 2365-67, 2397, 2406-7

Nilson, 2332-36, 2365-67, 2397-98, 2406-7

Protection from biting and spitting, legislation, 2285

 

Health Department

Administrative costs

Comparisons, 2497

Reduction, 274, 2496-97

Capital budget, trends, projects, policy, 2500-2501

Estimates, main (2004-2005), 1010-18, 1216-30, 1350-60, 1434-43, 1694

Bakken, 1440-43

Brkich, 1221-22, 1353-55

Draude, 1222-24, 1436-39

Elhard, 1228-30

Gantefoer, 1011-18, 1217, 1357-59, 1435-36

Harpauer, 1352-53

Hart, 1217-19, 1355-56

Krawetz, 1227-28

Nilson, 1010-18, 1216-30, 1351-59, 1434-43

Stewart, 1219-21

Toth, 1224-26

Wakefield, 1226-27, 1439-40

Wall, 1351-52

Estimates, supplementary (2004-2005), 3239

Estimates, main (2005-2006), 2495-2503, 2703-11, 2807-17, 2930-39, 3084-94, 3229-39

Allchurch, 2809-10, 2936-37

Bakken Lackey, 2709-10

Bjornerud, 3233-34

Brkich, 2807-8, 3229

Chisholm, 3236

Dearborn, 2939

Draude, 2710-11, 2930-34, 3092-93

Eagles, 2808-9

Elhard, 2934-36, 3231-33

Hermanson, 2500-2503

Krawetz, 3091-92

McMorris, 2495-99, 2703-9, 2812-17, 2936, 3084-91, 3230-31, 3234-38

Nilson, 2495-2503, 2703-11, 2807-17, 2930-39, 3084-94, 3229-38

Toth, 2937-39, 3093-94, 3230

Weekes, 2503, 2810-11

Fees, increase, 313

Staff, additional, distribution, 2497-98

Staff member, comments to client, magnetic resonance imaging reimbursement

McMorris, 2033

Nilson, 2033

Staff member, comments to client, magnetic resonance imaging reimbursement, personnel investigation

Gantefoer, 2750-51

McMorris, 2732-33

Nilson, 2732-33, 2750-51

Statistics, 2496

 

Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004

Health care workers, effect on

Higgins, 2273-74

Krawetz, 2273-74

 

Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 88)

First reading

Higgins, 1959

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2371

Harpauer, 2578-80

Hermanson, 2953

Higgins, 2370-71

Weekes, 2854-55

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2953

Amendments, first and second readings

Higgins, 3112

Third reading

Higgins, 3112

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Health promotions

Funding, 2704-5

Mental health, active living, tobacco reduction, obesity, 2704

 

Health Quality Council, 1609

Stellar Award for Quality, GROW program, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region, Partners in Health conference (2004), member's statement

Hamilton, 110

Stellar Award for Quality, Mike Haines, Five Hills Health Region, Quality Improvement Champion Award recipient, member's statement

Hagel, 686-87

 

HealthLine program See Health care - HealthLine program

 

Hearing Aid Sales and Services Act

Proclamation, delays, 3234

 

Hearonemus, Mary See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatoon

 

Heart disease See Health care - Coronary care

 

Heartland Regional Health Authority See also Physicians/Doctors - Shortage - Heartland Regional Health Authority

Administration, salaries, 1354-55

Board, representation, Davidson and area, halt long-term care bed closures, petitions, 1576

Brkich, 1545

Board, representation, Kindersley, 2939

Health service priorities, funding, challenges

Dearborn, 1334-35

Nilson, 1334-35

 

Hemodialysis See Kidney disease - Renal dialysis

 

Hepatitis C

National Hepatitis C Awareness Day (May 1, 2005), Hepatitis C Awareness Month, member's statement

McCall, 2863

 

High schools See also Schools

Ernie Studer School, Loon Lake, graduating class (2005), smoke free, member's statement

Sonntag, 3067

First Nations reserve schools, graduation rate See First Nations - Education and training

Historical, funding, specific case, resident of Lloydminster, Alberta, 3169

Ile-a-la-Crosse, joint-use facility See Health care centres - Ile-a-la-Crosse, joint-use facility

Luther College, Regina, donation, Dr. Henry Taube, Nobel Prize winner, member's statement

Crofford, 340

Luther College, Regina, upgrades, funding, 2279

New, construction

Funding, northeast collegiate, Saskatoon, 1161-62

Funding, western collegiate, Saskatoon, 1162

Northeast collegiate, Saskatoon, 413, 475-76

St. Angela's Academy, Prelate, graduation exercises (May 29, 2004), member's statement

Weekes, 1392

Student tracking system, 2998-99

 

Highway Traffic Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 14)

First reading

Sonntag, 998

Second reading, 1349

Hermanson, 1199-1200

Sonntag, 1197-99

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Atkinson), 1349

Third reading

Sonntag, 1512

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Highways and roads, 69 See also Highway Traffic Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 14); Traffic Safety Act (No. 72); Traffic Safety Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 73)

Bridges See Bridges

Conditions, poor, 377, 379-80

Elhard, 3118-19

Hart, 3120

Sonntag, 3117-21

Stewart, 3119

Weekes, 3117-18

Construction and maintenance, 413

Sonntag, 3023

Weekes, 3022-23

Funding, 277, 349-50, 418, 429, 449, 484, 2195, 2225, 2245, 2252, 2260

Orange Zone Challenge, Highways and Transportation Dept. advertising contest, Winston Knoll Collegiate students, Regina, winners, ministerial statement

Harpauer, 1243

Sonntag, 1242-43

Highway No. 1

Twinning, funding, 277, 429, 451, 2195

Highway No. 6

Construction and maintenance, funding, 451

Highway No. 11

Construction and maintenance, Warman to Prince Albert, funding, 2195

Monument, groundbreaking, dedication service, Dundurn (May 29, 2004), commemoration of Louis Riel Trail, member's statement

Brkich, 1329-30

Twinning, 136

Twinning, Warman to Prince Albert, petitions, 108

Highway No. 15

Conditions, poor, 380

Repairs, portion of highway

Brkich, 3021

Sonntag, 3021

Repairs, portion of highway, petitions, 718, 782, 808, 860, 956, 1739, 1772, 2402, 2650, 2714, 2727, 2746, 2820, 2862, 2873, 3028

Brkich, 683, 747-48, 781-82, 936, 1707, 1738, 1802, 1832, 2390, 2617, 2680, 2726, 2767, 2820, 2862, 3013, 3218

Highway No. 16

Twinning, funding, 277, 349, 429, 451, 2195

Highway No. 18

Repairs, Claydon to Robsart, petitions, 491, 524, 2303, 3246

Elhard, 465, 491, 3217, 3245

Highway No. 22

Repairs, petitions, 41, 397, 616, 718, 1034

Hart, 337-38, 584, 683, 988

Highway No. 32

Repairs, petitions, 1903, 1916, 2002, 2329, 2516, 2560, 2596, 2608, 2618, 2680, 2714, 2768, 2820, 2862, 2873, 2888, 2910, 2960, 3014, 3028, 3064, 3096, 3110, 3126, 3145, 3219

Elhard, 1889, 1901, 2505, 2527, 2559, 2595, 2607, 2649, 2679, 2745, 2767, 2819, 2861, 2873, 2887, 2909, 2959, 3013, 3027, 3063, 3095, 3109, 3125, 3143

Morgan, 2302

Highway No. 35

Repairs, north from United States border, 2343

Bakken Lackey, 3020

Sonntag, 3020-21

Repairs, north from United States border, member's statement

Bakken, 1920

Repairs, north from United States border, petitions, 684, 819, 1272, 1402, 1466, 1511, 1546, 1772, 1788, 1802, 1860, 1891, 1947, 1973, 2650, 2714, 2960, 3028

Bakken, 649, 807, 1257, 1389, 1411, 1493, 1510, 1738, 1771, 1787, 1831, 1858, 1914, 1946, 2617

Bakken Lackey, 2679, 2909, 3013

Highway No. 43

Conditions, poor, 377

Repairs, petitions, 281, 317, 338, 397, 433, 466, 491, 524, 553, 584, 616, 650, 684, 718, 748, 782

Huyghebaert, 263, 281, 317, 337, 397, 433, 465, 491, 523, 553, 583, 615, 649, 717, 747

Highway No. 47

Repairs, south of Highway 48 to Stoughton, petitions, 3246

D'Autremont, 3217

Toth, 3218, 3245

Highway No. 51

Repairs, through town of Kerrobert, petitions, 2746, 2862, 2873, 2960, 3014, 3064, 3110, 3126

Dearborn, 2726, 2820, 2862, 2910, 2960, 3027-28, 3096, 3110

Highway No. 99

Construction and maintenance, dust suppression between Junction 6 and Craven, petitions, 1258, 1649

Hart, 1246, 1576

Highway No. 361

Repairs

D'Autremont, 3022

Sonntag, 3022

Highway No. 368

Deterioration, 128

Repairs

Kirsch, 3021

Sonntag, 3021-22

Repairs, petitions, 3219, 3246

Gantefoer, 3143, 3217, 3246

Harpauer, 3143-44, 3217-18, 3246

Kirsch, 3144-45, 3219, 3246

Merriman, 3218

Morgan, 3219

Louis Riel Trail See Highway No. 11 above

New, La Loche to Fort McMurray, Alberta, 5, 132-33, 423

Northern Saskatchewan

All-weather roads, 2251, 2286

Athabasca seasonal road, 451

Deterioration, maintenance

Sonntag, 2601-2

Weekes, 2601-2

Saskatchewan-United States, 2944

Trade corridors, 307

Trans-Canada Highway See Highway No. 1 above

Yellowhead highway See Highway No. 16 above

 

Highways and Transportation Department

Funding, 476

 

Hillson, Jack See Labour Standards Act - Employment after leave of absence, Legal Aid Commission, Jack Hillson, former MLA

 

HMCS Regina See Canadian Armed Forces - Maritime Command, HMCS Regina

 

Hockey See also Fundraising - High Voltage Classic

2005 Centennial Cup Hockey Challenge, Saskatchewan vs. Alberta, Lloydminster (April 13, 2005), member's statement

Kerpan, 2531

Sonntag, 2517

2005 TELUS Cup midget AAA tournament, Gatineau, Quebec, Saskatoon Contact, winners, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2651

Achievements

Fox Valley See Curling - Achievements - Fox Valley, curling and hockey

Melfort constituency, member's statement

Gantefoer, 720

Rosetown-Elrose constituency See Curling - Achievements - Rosetown-Elrose constituency, curling and hockey

Watrous, Jocelyn Kratchmer, hockey, Michelle Hagel, judo, member's statement

Brkich, 897

April Ice championship (2005), Calgary, Saskatoon Comet Whiplash team, Comet peewee A team, gold medallists, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2599

Assiniboia South Rebels, Marj Erfel, 85, great-grandmother, mascot, member's statement

Huyghebaert, 14

Canadian Women's National Hockey Team, world championship winners (April 6, 2004), Saskatchewan players, member's statement

Borgerson, 435

Fishing Lake Hockey League, Canora Cobras (2004-2005) champions, member's statement

Krawetz, 2364

Hockey Day in Canada, Shaunavon (February 21, 2004), 222

Hockey Day in Canada, Shaunavon (February 21, 2004), member's statement

Elhard, 13

Humboldt AA Midget Broncos, provincial champions, member's statement

Harpauer, 2609-10

Keystone Cup, Regina Capitals, winners, member's statement

Crofford, 750

Kindersley Junior Klippers, advance to semifinal, RBC Royal Bank Cup national tournament (May 2004), Grande Prairie, Alberta, member's statement

Dearborn, 1105

Kindersley Junior Klippers, Anavet Cup, winners, advance to RBC Royal Bank Cup national tournament (May 2004), Grande Prairie, Alberta, member's statement

Dearborn, 862-63

Kindersley Klippers team, Chuck Newmeyer, retired goaltender, recognition, member's statement

Dearborn, 1743

National Hockey League, Stanley Cup, Cory Sarich, Tampa Bay Lightning team member, Bladworth origins, member's statement

Brkich, 1468

National Hockey League, Stanley Cup, Saskatchewan players on Calgary Flames team, member's statement

Belanger, 1468

Norquay-Kamsack Midget Northstars, Midget B champions, member's statement

Krawetz, 926-27

Panthers, Eston midget female team, winners of provincial championship and North Saskatchewan Female Hockey League championship, member's statement

Hermanson, 2271

Prince Albert Raiders, hockey season (2004-2005), member's statement

Lautermilch, 2912

Provincial C hockey title (2005), Kelvington Midget Wheat Kings, winners, member's statement

Draude, 2826

RBC Royal Bank Cup national tournament (May 2005), Weyburn, host city, Weyburn Red Wings, host team, member's statement

Bakken Lackey, 2965

RBC Royal Bank Cup national tournament (May 2005), Weyburn Red Wings, winners, national junior A championship, member's statement

Bakken Lackey, 3099

Rinks, Maple Creek, Eastend See Skating - Skating rink complexes, Maple Creek, Eastend, fundraising events, member's statement

Saskatchewan Amateur Hockey Association, senior D provincial championship, Avonlea Arrows, winners; peewee C provincial championship, Avonlea Thunder, winners, member's statement

McMorris, 2234

Saskatchewan Hockey Association

Bantam provincial championship (2005), Saskatoon Bantam AA Raiders, winners, member's statement

Merriman, 2825

Provincial intermediate B championship (2005), Drake Canucks, winners, member's statement

Brkich, 2507

Provincial senior B championship (2005), Watrous Winterhawks, winners, member's statement

Brkich, 2474

Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League

Awards (2004), Andy Schroeder, president, Estevan Bruins, recipient of William (Bill) Shinske Builder of the Year Award, member's statement

Eagles, 749

Kindersley Junior Klippers, winners (2003-2004), member's statement

Dearborn, 587-88

Yorkton Terriers, finals (2004-2005), member's statement

Serby, 2403

Yorkton Terriers, winners (2004-2005), member's statement

Serby, 2610

Saskatchewan peewee provincial championship, 12 and under, Loreburn-Kenaston team, winners, member's statement

Brkich, 210

Tournament, Meadow Lake, Métis Nation Local 31, hosts, member's statement

Sonntag, 555-56

Tri-Town Thunder, Junior B team, champions in North Saskatchewan Junior Hockey League, member's statement

Kerpan, 266-67

Triangle Hockey League championship (2005), Rocanville Tigers, winners, member's statement

Toth, 2445

Wapella Atom Blackhawks, Atom B division hockey league champions (2004-2005), member's statement

Toth, 2393

 

Hodgins, Bill See Tributes - Hodgins, Bill

 

Hogs See Livestock industry - Hogs

 

Holocaust

March of the Living 2005, Poland, remembrance, commemoration of Jews, member's statement

Toth, 2912

National Holocaust Memorial Day (Yom HaShoah), (April 18, 2004), member's statement

Dearborn, 527

Junor, 554

National Holocaust Memorial Day (Yom HaShoah), (May 5, 2005), member's statement

Atkinson, 2876

 

Home care, 1225

Assessment process, consistency across province, 3089-91

Davidson, 1222

Home care/special care aides See Health care workers - Home care/special care aide program

Mental patients, 2811

Prince Albert Parkland Health Region, service fees, 2809-10

Regina, home care office, 1436

Standards, services, 1437

Standards, services, funding, 2198

Workers, salaries, 2811

 

Home care/Special care aides See Health care workers - Home care/special care aide program

 

HomeFirst program See Housing - HomeFirst, housing strategy

 

Homosexuals See Culture - Gay Pride Week

 

Honours and awards See also Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion

Governor General medals for exemplary service, Emergency Medical Services Week (May 16-22, 2004), awards ceremony, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1131-32

Governor General medals for exemplary service, Tom and Bonnie Prime, Wynyard, recipients, member's statement

Brkich, 1247

Lieutenant Governor's Arts Awards, Saskatchewan Arts Board, sponsors, Saskatoon (May 7, 2004), member's statement

Dearborn, 991

Little Hero Award, Fire and Protective Services, Saskatoon, Michael Vidal, recipient, member's statement

Merriman, 1862

Meritorious Service Medal (civil division), Suellen Beatty, Saskatoon, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 1919

Program, Provincial Secretary, 87

Saskatchewan Centennial Medal

Chief Harry Cook, Lac la Ronge Indian Band, recipient, member's statement

Beatty, 2187

First Nations and Métis women, 26 honourees, awards ceremony (May 10, 2005), member's statement

Atkinson, 2963

Gary Tinker, recipient, member's statement

Belanger, 2563

Mrs. Rosalie McIntosh, Watrous, recipient, member's statement

Brkich, 2028

Saskatchewan Order of Merit

Dr. Rajendra Sharma, contributions to medicine, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 1741

Lorne Babiuk, Margaret Cugnet, Bernard Michel, Roy Romanow, Jack Sures, Guy Vanderhaeghe, recipients (2003), member's statement

Hagel, 241

Suzanne Claire, Dundurn, contributions to community social service, member's statement

Brkich, 1742

Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal, presentation, Saskatoon (April 22, 2004), member's statement

Addley, 719

Saskatchewan Protective Services Medal, Sergeant John Hodgson, Moosomin RCMP detachment, recipient, member's statement

Toth, 1893

 

Hopkins, Myrtle L. See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatoon

 

Horticulture

Horticultural facilities incentive program See Livestock - Livestock and horticultural facilities incentive program, cancelled

 

Hospital waiting lists, 96-97, 101, 190, 196, 224-25, 305, 378, 386, 409, 426, 446, 2255 See also Cancer

Diagnostic imaging, 5, 86, 2198, 2256, 2320 See also Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) - Waiting times

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), 1017

Muskeg Lake First Nation proposal, 1437-38

Policy, out-of-province referrals, reimbursement

Huyghebaert, 530-31

Nilson, 530-31

Radiologists, technicians, 1017-18

Units, activity, capacity, 300, 378, 393, 3235-36

Units, Regina, funding, 308, 389, 444, 475, 484

Waiting times

Draude, 1670

McMorris, 2032-33

Nilson, 242-44, 1670, 2032-33

Wall, 242-44

Management

Bakken, 620

McMorris, 2368-69

Nilson, 620, 2368-69

Management, funding, 2286

Reduction, 2218-19

Reduction, funding assistance, 275, 444

Reduction, strategy, 2216

Referral system, out-of-province

Nilson, 1135

Wall, 1134-35

Referrals, in-province, out-of-province

Gantefoer, 1279

Nilson, 1279

Saskatchewan Surgical Care Network, 364, 456

Saskatchewan Surgical Care Network, waiting times, assistance

Nilson, 529-30

Wall, 529

Surgery, 5, 37, 86, 98, 126, 134, 392-93, 456, 484, 2198, 2201

Chisholm, 816

Eagles, 816

Hermanson, 815

Huyghebaert, 815

Nilson, 46-47, 815-17

Toth, 815

Wall, 45-47, 210-11

Corrective measures, 198

McMorris, 2112-14

Nilson, 148, 211-12, 2113-15

Wall, 147-48, 211-12

Elective, 2320

Elective, cancellation, Saskatoon Health District

Nilson, 46

Wall, 45

Gastric bypass, Jim Williamson case

Gantefoer, 1907-8

Nilson, 1907-8

Orthopedic, Wade Roberts case

Gantefoer, 1951-52

Nilson, 1952

Pre-cancerous, out-of-province referrals, 1440-41

Prostate cancer, waiting times

Krawetz, 1669

McMorris, 2114

Nilson, 1669-70, 2114

Prostate cancer, waiting times, Saskatoon and Regina

Gantefoer, 1249-50

Nilson, 1250-51

Prostate cancer, waiting times, Surgical Care Network

Nilson, 1134

Wall, 1133-34

Standardized patient assessment process, 364

Target time frames, 364, 2246

Waiting times

McMorris, 3069-70

Nilson, 3070

 

Hospitals See also Health care - Facilities; Health care centres

All Nations Healing Hospital, Fort Qu'Appelle, official opening (June 12, 2004), member's statement

Beatty, 1578-79

Hart, 1579

Beds, shortage See also Health care - Changes

Bakken, 619

Nilson, 619-20

Biggar Hospital, 2810

Biggar Hospital, closure, rumour, 170

Biggar Hospital, long-term care home, ambulance services, maintain, petitions, 684, 936, 956, 1034, 1130, 1232, 1246, 1282, 1328, 1676, 1916, 2472, 2506, 2528, 2560, 2910, 2960, 3028, 3246

Weekes, 649-50, 924, 936, 988, 1102, 1182-83, 1231, 1271, 1282, 1661-62, 1902, 2442, 2472, 2515, 2528, 2887, 2909-10, 3013-14, 3218

Capacity, full capacity protocol, 3237

Capacity, management, 3237-38

Children's, Saskatoon, 2201, 2315-16, 2321

Cheveldayoff, 3071-72

Nilson, 3072

Closures, 276, 279, 312, 314, 366, 368, 378, 380, 385, 393, 431, 452

Conversions, 354, 426

Conversions, community hospitals, public hearings

Gantefoer, 863-64

Nilson, 863-64

Conversions, numbers, location

Gantefoer, 324-25

Number of beds

Heppner, 438

Reverse decision

Gantefoer, 470

Code burgundy, management system, patient ebb and flow, frequency of use

Gantefoer, 112

Nilson, 111-13

Wall, 111

Community, services, maintain

Gantefoer, 864

Nilson, 864

Cypress regional hospital, new, Swift Current, government approval of functional program, ministerial statement

Nilson, 501

Wall, 501

Davidson, emergency services, 1353

Davidson, staff, reductions, 1353-54

Emergency services, 118

Harpauer, 1671-72

Nilson, 1671-72

Funding, Moose Jaw, Swift Current, 2345

Hafford Hospital, closure, 170

Herbert-Morse Union Hospital See also Health care - Changes - Cuts, closures, facility integration, public consultation, Herbert; Long-term care - Facilities - Herbert Nursing Home

Closure, downsizing, petitions, 1034, 1183, 1232

Bjornerud, 1181

Dearborn, 1183

Harpauer, 1182

Stewart, 987, 1129, 1181

Herbert long-term care facilities, integration, 1219-21

Nilson, 1188-90, 1551

Stewart, 1188-89, 1551

Humboldt hospital, construction, 314

Humboldt hospital, new, funding, 2291-92

Humboldt hospital, new, funding, petitions, 2141, 2155, 2185, 2206

Bakken, 2140

Cheveldayoff, 2140

D'Autremont, 2139, 2183

Dearborn, 2141

Draude, 2139

Eagles, 2140

Elhard, 2139

Gantefoer, 2140, 2184

Harpauer, 2108, 2140, 2154, 2184

Hart, 2141

Huyghebaert, 2140-41

Kerpan, 2141

Kirsch, 2141

McMorris, 2140

Morgan, 2141

Stewart, 2139-40

Toth, 2139

Wall, 2139

Indian Head Hospital, 354

Intensive care units, nursing resources

Nilson, 3136-38

Wall, 3136-38

Kelvington Hospital, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1258

Kerrobert Hospital, closure, downsizing

Dearborn, 1093-94

Kerrobert Hospital, closure, downsizing, petitions, 924, 956, 1034, 1082, 1102, 1183, 1402, 1494, 1511, 1649

Allchurch, 1081

Bakken, 1080-81

Cheveldayoff, 1081

Dearborn, 893-94, 936, 988, 1067, 1081-82, 1389-90, 1466, 1493, 1575-76

Draude, 1079

Gantefoer, 1080

Harpauer, 1080

Hart, 1082

Heppner, 1079

Hermanson, 1079

Huyghebaert, 1081

Kerpan, 1081

Kirsch, 1082

McMorris, 1080

Morgan, 1080

Wakefield, 1080

Weekes, 1081

Kindersley, maintain current level of services, current specialty services, petitions, 317, 338, 830, 860, 1662

Dearborn, 281, 317, 819, 830, 1648-49

Lanigan Hospital, 314

Maidstone Hospital, funding, 2325

Moosomin, new, project status, 1225-26, 3093-94

Outlook Union Hospital, 381, 2500-2501

Paradise Hill Hospital, conversion to health service centre, 1226-27, 1439-40

Porcupine Carragana, closure, downsizing, petitions, 808, 860, 894, 924, 956, 1130, 1258

Draude, 781, 807, 829

Wall, 859, 935, 1101

Preeceville, construction, funding, 299

Regina General Hospital, neonatal intensive care unit, fundraiser, Z99 radiothon (2004), member's statement

Trew, 13

Regina General Hospital, neonatal intensive care unit, fundraiser, Z99 radiothon (2005), member's statement

Trew, 2076-77

Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon See also Physicians/Doctors - Dr. Jon Witt, director of emergency medicine, Royal University Hospital

Emergency services, Dr. Jon Witt, investigation, reinstatement

Gantefoer, 341, 558

Nilson, 341, 558

Emergency services, investigation, reports, public dissemination

Gantefoer, 341, 1471

Nilson, 341, 1471-72

Emergency services, patient waiting times

Gantefoer, 47-48, 78, 149-50

Nilson, 48, 78, 149-50

Saskatoon Radio Royal Day of Caring, fundraiser, member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2403

St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Humboldt, new, funding request

Harpauer, 2149-50

Nilson, 2149-51

St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Humboldt, new, member's statement

Harpauer, 1979

St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon, specialized equipment beds, availability

Merriman, 1502-3

Nilson, 1502-3

St. Peter's Hospital, Melville, services

Bjornerud, 403-4

Nilson, 403-4

Swift Current, new, approval of functional program, ministerial statement

Nilson, 2626-27

Wall, 2627

Swift Current, new, funding, approval, 1351

Swift Current, new, number of beds, concerns, 1351-52

System wide admission and discharge department (SWADD), 3236-37

Wadena Hospital, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1082, 1258

Draude, 1067

Watrous Hospital, construction, 381

Watrous Hospital, new, project status, 2807-8

Wolseley Memorial Hospital, 1226

 

Hospitals of Regina Foundation See Fundraising - Hospitals of Regina Foundation

 

House Services Committee

First report, moved (Gantefoer) for concurrence

Gantefoer, 41

Membership, substitution, moved (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 2118

Second report, moved (Gantefoer) for concurrence

Gantefoer, 466

Third report, moved (Gantefoer) for concurrence

Gantefoer, 1259

Fourth report, moved (Gantefoer) for concurrence

Gantefoer, 1803

Fifth report, moved (Gantefoer) for concurrence

Gantefoer, 2821

Membership, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 20

Membership, addition, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 38

 

Houses

Eaton catalogue house See Buildings - Eaton catalogue house

 

Housing

Affordable housing program, 2319

Centenary, 390

Funding, 2199, 2323

Projects, 2288

Co-operative housing, 390

Habitat for Humanity, new homes, Saskatoon, member's statement

Merriman, 939-40

HomeFirst, housing strategy

Budget commitments, 2346

Five-year plan, low- to moderate-income people, ministerial statement

Bakken, 933-34

Crofford, 932-33

Regina, 2280

Rental housing supplement, low-income families, persons with physical disabilities, 2199, 2281, 2319, 2323, 2355

Rental housing supplement, low-income families, persons with physical disabilities, ministerial statement

Bakken, 2163-64

Crofford, 2163

Support, recognition of Saskatchewan Housing Corporation services, moved (McCall); amendment (Dearborn)

Addley, 1116-17

Dearborn, 1117-18

Hart, 1122-23

Kirsch, 1122

McCall, 1113-15

Morgan, 1118-20

Yates, 1120-22

Support, recognition of Saskatchewan Housing Corporation services, moved (McCall); amendment (Dearborn); questions and comments

Brkich, 1123

Dearborn, 1123-25

Kerpan, 1125

McCall, 1123-25

Morgan, 1124

Yates, 1124

Northern Saskatchewan, condition, improvements

Allchurch, 2752-53

Belanger, 2752

Crofford, 2752-53

Programs, new, 6, 25, 86, 99, 139, 186, 199, 219-20, 390

Provincial housing policy framework, funding, 277, 350, 429-30, 444, 449, 476

Rental housing supplement See HomeFirst, housing strategy - Rental housing supplement above

Senior citizens, Highland Manor project, Regina, member's statement

Trew, 1893-94

Senior citizens, McClure Place, Saskatoon, expansion, member's statement

Prebble, 1379

Shelter allowance, shelter supplement, social assistance recipients, 2281

Social housing, 2319

 

Human Services Committee

First report, moved (Junor) for concurrence

Junor, 1681

Second report, moved (Junor) for concurrence

Junor, 1990

Third report, moved (Junor) for concurrence

Junor, 3152

Membership, substitution, moved (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 2118, 2919

Administration of Estates Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 10)

Report with amendment

Junor, 1494

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1494

Adoption Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 25)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1402

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Crofford, 1402

Adoption Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 26)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1402

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Crofford, 1402

Adult Guardianship and Co-decision-making Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 90)

Report without amendment

Hagel, 2873

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 2873

Business Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 108)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3128

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3128

Contributory Negligence Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 41)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1678

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1678

Credit Reporting Act (No. 38)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1412

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1412

Criminal Enterprise Suppression Act (No. 109)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3131

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3131

Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 11)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1802

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 1802

Doukhobors of Canada C.C.U.B. Trust Fund Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 93)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3029

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Beatty, 3029

Education Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 80)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3028

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 3028

Education Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 114)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3028

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 3028

Education Property Tax Credit Act (No. 115)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3028-29

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 3029

Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 119)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3131

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3131

Enforcement of Foreign Judgments Act (No. 101)

Report without amendment

Hagel, 2874

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 2874

Enforcement of Maintenance Orders Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 39)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1283

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1283

Fatal Accidents Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 40)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1412

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1412

Film Employment Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 85)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1988-89

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Beatty, 1989

International Protection of Adults (Hague Convention Implementation) Act (No. 92)

Report without amendment

Hagel, 2874

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 2874

Limitations Act (No. 51)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1413

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1413

Limitations Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 52)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1413

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1413

Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act (No. 102)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3130

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3130

Medical Profession Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 83)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1989

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1989

Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2004 (No. 31)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1916

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1916

Non-profit Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 113)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3129

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3129

Osteopathic Practice Repeal Act (No. 116)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3128

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 3128

Police Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 100)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3131

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3131

Post-Secondary Graduate Tax Credit Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 64)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1679

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 1679

Powers of Attorney Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 32)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1282

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1282

Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 24)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1283

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1283

Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 112)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3129

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3129

Psychologists Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 34)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1495

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1495

Public Health Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 56)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1680

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1680

Public Inquiries Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 69)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1678

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1679

Queen's Bench Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 30)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1282

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1282

Real Estate Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 103)

Report without amendment

Hagel, 2874

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 2874

Regional Health Services Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 55)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1680

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1680

Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act (No. 43)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1494

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1494

Saskatchewan Association of School Business Officials Act, 2004 (No. 21)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1679

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Thomson, 1679

Securities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 53)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1495

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1495

Seizure of Criminal Property Act (No. 110)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3130

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3130

Small Claims Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 111)

Report without amendment

Junor, 3129

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 3129

Statute Law Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 62)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1916

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1916

Statute Law Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 63)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1916

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Quennell, 1916

Tobacco Control Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 54)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1680

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1681

Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 49)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1495

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1495

Vital Statistics Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 84)

Report without amendment

Junor, 1989

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Nilson, 1989

 

Hunt, Ivy See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Rosetown area

 

Hunting

Antelope quotas, 1323

Big game draw, 1321-23

Big game draw, registration fee, 1321, 1489

Game birds, seasonal bag limits, changes, consultation, 1446-47

Licence sales, hunting, trapping, and angling, 1326

Tree stands, bait stations, area designation, 1323, 1326

Tree stands, removal after hunting season, 1323

 

Ice-skating See Skating

 

Immigration, 4, 122, 1595 See also Population

Foreign students, work, off campus, 2951

Funding, Government Relations Dept., 2943

Immigrant nominee health profession category, expansion, 2948

Immigrants, new, retention, community support, 2949-51

Initiatives, language training, 2948

Initiatives (2005-2006), funding, Government Relations Dept., 2948

Migrant workers See Agriculture - Migrant workers

Nomination process, 2949

Nominees, accurate information, 2951

Nominees, increase, Open Up Saskatchewan program, 4, 24, 86, 232

Nominees, Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program

Expansion, 2948

Expansion, member's statement

Weekes, 1686

Expansion, ministerial statement

Atkinson, 945-46

Weekes, 946

Graduate foreign students category, employment parameters, 2948

Statistics, targets, 2948

Atkinson, 2917-18

Cheveldayoff, 2917-18

Physicians/doctors See Physicians/Doctors - Recruitment - Immigrants

Pilot project, Saskatchewan Trucking Association, 2948

Recruitment initiative, Saskatchewan-Ukraine, 2948

Settlement agencies, federal funding, 2950

Work permits, temporary, spouses unable to work, 2951

 

Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE) See Women - Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE)

 

In Motion movement See Physical activity - Physical Activity Week

 

Inchkeith, Sask. See Villages and communities - Inchkeith

 

Income tax

Cuts, 138

Low-income earners, 2201, 2215, 2246, 2250, 2254, 2284, 2289, 2295, 2350

Low-income earners, relief

Calvert, 2189-90

Cheveldayoff, 2007-8, 2189-90

Van Mulligen, 2007-8

Personal, indexation, annual modifications, 275, 279, 374, 384, 1605-6, 1750, 2198

Chisholm, 471

Krawetz, 1746-47

Van Mulligen, 471, 1747

Rate, 2246, 2254

Rate, high, 129

Senior citizens, 2201

 

Income Tax Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 70)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 1336

Second reading, 1541

Krawetz, 1426-27

Van Mulligen, 1425-26

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1541

Committee of the Whole Assembly

Krawetz, 1698

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1701

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Indians See First Nations

 

Industry and Resources Department

Key actions (2004-2005) marketing Saskatchewan

Cline, 826

Wakefield, 826

 

Influenza See Health care - Avian flu

 

Information

Government, confidential, improper access

Atkinson, 3226

Crofford, 3226

Heppner, 3225-26

Technology, funding, 2313

Technology, initiatives, 159

World Summit on the Information Society, Geneva, Switzerland (December 10-12, 2003), Churchill High School, La Ronge, two representatives, member's statement

Beatty, 210

 

Information and Privacy Commissioner

Appointment, R. Gary Dickson, recommendation, moved (Van Mulligen)

Morgan, 536-37

Van Mulligen, 535-36

 

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan

Annual report (2004), profit

Cline, 2511

D'Autremont, 2511

Dividends, international marketing

Cline, 2511-12

D'Autremont, 2511-12

Employees, dismissal, 353

Fees, increase, 313

Losses, financial, land titles system, 2314

Personal property registry, system conversion, 2284-85

 

Information Technology Office

Jobs, young people, 2200

Transition funding, 1748

 

Infrastructure, 31

 

Innovation and Science Fund See Research and development - Innovation and Science Fund

 

Innovation Place, Saskatoon, 1031

 

Insurance See Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 7); Motor vehicles - Registration fees, increase, Saskatchewan Government Insurance

 

Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee

First report, moved (Harper) for concurrence

Harper, 1663

Second report, moved (Harper) for concurrence

Harper, 1917

Third report, moved (Harper) for concurrence

Harper, 3255-56

Membership, substitution, moved (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 594, 2118

Membership, substitution, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1998

Archives Act, 2004 (No. 33)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1663

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Beatty, 1663

Assessment Management Agency Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 68)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1988

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 1988

Cities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 58)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1988

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 1988

City of Lloydminster Act (No. 71)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1662

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 1662

Local Government Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 105)

Report without amendment

Harper, 3110

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 3110

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 44)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1413

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1414

Municipalities Act (No. 106)

Report without amendment

Harper, 3111

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 3111

Municipalities Consequential Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 107)

Report without amendment

Harper, 3111

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 3111

Northern Municipalities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 46)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1414

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1414

Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 45)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1414

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Van Mulligen, 1414

Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 104)

Report without amendment

Harper, 3110

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Taylor, 3110

Regional Parks Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 23)

Report without amendment

Harper, 1662

Waive Committee of the Whole Assembly

Forbes, 1662

 

International Model United Nations Conference, New York (2005)

University of Regina students, participants, member's statement

Hamilton, 2518

 

International Protection of Adults (Hague Convention Implementation) Act (No. 92)

First reading

Quennell, 2084

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2167

Quennell, 2166-67

Wakefield, 2386

Weekes, 2492-93

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2493

Third reading

Quennell, 2874

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Internet, high-speed See also CommunityNet; Telephones - Internet scam

Expansion, 450

Rural communities, 136-37, 2318

Rural communities, Young, installation issues, member's statement

Brkich, 831

Waldheim, Osler, Hague, no access, member's statement

Heppner, 1133

 

Investment Saskatchewan Inc., 5

Dividends

Cline, 2686-87

Elhard, 2686-87

Investments, provincial, 277, 377

Losses, high-risk business ventures

Elhard, 901-2

Serby, 901-2

 

Investments See also Crown corporations - Investments; Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 13)

Golden Opportunities Fund, Grant Kook, chief executive officer, Canadian Labour-Sponsored Venture Capital Fund of the Year (2004), member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 2110-11

Golden Opportunities Fund, Grant Kook, chief executive officer (2004) Canadian Labour-Sponsored Venture Capital Fund of the Year, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2305

Labour-sponsored venture capital program, 192-93

 

IODE See Women - Imperial Order of the Daughters of the Empire (IODE)

 

IPSCO Inc. See Steel industry - IPSCO Inc.

 

Irrigation

Development potential, 416, 2321

 

Irrigation Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 57)

First reading

Wartman, 1253-54

Second reading, 1966

Harpauer, 1855

Wartman, 1718-19

Weekes, 1719-20

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Wartman)

Wartman, 1966

Third reading

Wartman, 1976

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Jails See Correctional centres

 

Jansen, Appolonia See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Macklin, Appolonia Jansen

 

Jerome, Roger See Legislative Building, Regina - Centennial mural, Roger Jerome

 

Jeux du Canada Games See Summer games - Jeux du Canada Games

 

John Paul II, Pope (1920-2005)

Tribute, member's statement

Calvert, 2330

Merriman, 2331

Wall, 2330-31

 

Johnston, Alta See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Rosetown area

 

Journalism

Women of the Dawn First Nations Award for Journalism (2004), Dwayne Derocher, recipient, community radio station manager, Flying Dust First Nation, member's statement

Sonntag, 1951

 

Judo See Hockey - Achievements - Watrous, Jocelyn Kratchmer, hockey, Michelle Hagel, judo

 

Junior Citizen of the Year, Saskatchewan See Youth - Saskatchewan Junior Citizen of the Year

 

Justice, administration, 135 See also Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 24); Provincial Court Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 112); Queen's Bench Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 30)

Aboriginal courtworker program, expansion, 429

Court case, child abuse, Saskatoon See Children - Abused, court case, Saskatoon

Court cases, comments, Minister of Justice

Morgan, 787-88

Quennell, 787-88

Crown prosecutors, funding, 2285

 

Justice Department

Fees, increase, 313

Victims' Fund, fees, increase, 313

 

Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation See Diabetes - Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

 

Kallechy, Aubrey See Tributes - Kallechy, Aubrey

 

Karate

Provincial competition (2005), Rose Valley Karate Club, gold medallists, member's statement

Draude, 2518

 

Karpan, Arlene and Robin See Authors - Karpan, Arlene and Robin

 

Kearns, Tom See Tributes - Kearns, Tom

 

Kendel, Dennis See Physicians/Doctors - Kendel, Dennis

 

Kidney disease

Kidney Health Month (March 2005), member's statement

Eagles, 2157

Renal dialysis

Broadview Union Hospital, petitions, 2303

Toth, 2265

Broadview Union Hospital, service consideration, 3094, 3230

Funding, 444, 2198, 2340

Moose Jaw, Battlefords, 363

Yorkton, 301

Problems, 118, 2219

Service expansion, 3092

 

KidsFirst program See Children - Early development, KidsFirst program

 

Kipling, Sask. See Business - Trade show and fair, Kipling

 

Knights of Columbus See Families - Altrogge family, Humboldt, Knights of Columbus, Family of the Year (2004)

 

Koskie, Murray James See Condolences - Koskie, Murray James

 

Kuzyk, Mike and Anna See Wedding anniversaries - 70 years, Mike and Anna Kuzyk

 

Kyoto accord See Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming) - Kyoto accord

 

Laboratories, provincial See Buildings - Provincial laboratory, replacement, funding

 

Labour Department

Deputy minister, former, severance package

Atkinson, 1385-86, 1398-99

Dearborn, 1398

Higgins, 1331-32

McMorris, 1331-32, 1385-86

 

Labour force See also Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 88); Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 50); Public service; Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 87); University of Saskatchewan - Labour studies program; Whistleblower Protection Act (No. 201)

Available hours legislation See Labour Standards Act - Section 13.4

History, On the Side of the People: A History of Labour in Saskatchewan, by Jim and Kate Warren, member's statement

Morin, 2392

Prior learning, recognition See Education - Prior learning, recognition

Spring School, 47th annual, Saskatchewan Federation of Labour, Canadian Labour Congress, sponsors, member's statement

Morin, 1036

Workers

National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2004), member's statement

Hagel, 810

Hart, 810

National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2004), ministerial statement

Hart, 817

Higgins, 817

National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2004), minute of silence, 817

National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2005), member's statement

Krawetz, 2729

Morin, 2728-29

National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2005), ministerial statement

Higgins, 2736

 

Labour legislation, 3206-13 See also Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 88); Labour Standards Act; Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005; Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 122); Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004; Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 87)

Policies, government

Calvert, 1898-99

Wall, 1898-99

 

Labour Market Development Agreement See Employment development - Labour Market Development Agreement

 

Labour Relations Board

Chair, expanded powers See Trade Union Amendment Act, 2004 - Bill 87 - Expanded powers

 

Labour-sponsored Venture Capital Corporations Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 13)

First reading

Cline, 215

Second reading, 1149

Chisholm, 670-71

Cline, 598

Dearborn, 598-99

Hart, 1144

Merriman, 1006-8

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1149

Third reading

Cline, 1513

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Labour Standards Act

Amendments, compassionate care benefits, 6, 24, 88, 121, 220

Amendments, public consultation

Higgins, 3037

Wall, 3036-37

Employers, compliance

Higgins, 1955

Morgan, 1955

Employment after leave of absence, Legal Aid Commission, Jack Hillson, former MLA, 135

Calvert, 82

Morgan, 81-82, 1955-56

Quennell, 81-82, 1955-56

Section 13.4

Proclamation, employees, working hours, 2352

Calvert, 1922-23

Hart, 1896-98

Higgins, 1897-98, 1921-22, 1954-55

Wall, 1921-23, 1954

Repeal

Higgins, 2566-67, 2614, 2773, 2827-28, 2968-69, 3018-19

Krawetz, 2566-67, 2614, 2773, 2827-28, 2968-69, 3018-19

Repeal, petitions, 2618, 3246

Brkich, 2608

Repeal, public consultation, 3206-10, 3213

 

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2)

Bill 86

Suspension

Higgins, 3019

Krawetz, 3019

 

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 50)

First reading

Higgins, 1076-77

Second reading

Hart, 1349-50, 2378-79

Higgins, 1200-1202

McMorris, 1202

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 1350

Third reading

Higgins, 1665

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2) (No. 86)

First reading

Higgins, 1812

Second reading

Brkich, 2849-50

D'Autremont, 2572-74

Gantefoer, 2906-7

Higgins, 1874-75

Krawetz, 3058

Morgan, 2171-74

Weekes, 1875

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Higgins)

Higgins, 3058

Third reading

Higgins, 3146

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Labour Standards (Repeal of Government Directed Hours) Amendment Act (No. 206)

First reading

Krawetz, 2723

 

Labour unions See Trade unions

 

Lakes

Cowan Lake, dead fish

Forbes, 960, 1041

Huyghebaert, 960

Crooked Lake, Round Lake, water levels, dispute resolution, First Nations, federal government

Bjornerud, 2831

Forbes, 2831

Crooked Lake, Sunset Beach, boat launch, deepening, financial assistance, 1317-18

Round Lake, boat launch, deepening, financial assistance, 1318

Wascana Lake revitalization project, Regina, 449

Project completion celebration (March 28, 2004), member's statement

Hamilton, 208

Trew, 179

Souvenir dirt, origin

D'Autremont, 866-67

Higgins, 866-67

 

Land Surveyors and Professional Surveyors Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 20)

First reading

Cline, 474

Second reading

Cline, 607-8

Huyghebaert, 608-10

Toth, 679-81

Weekes1150

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Cline)

Cline, 1151

Third reading

Cline, 1259

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Land Surveys Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 91)

First reading

Cline, 2083

Second reading

Brkich, 2578

Cline, 2166

Eagles, 2385

Gantefoer, 2166

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2578

Third reading

Cline, 3065

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Land Titles Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 19)

First reading

Cline, 474

Second reading, 1966

Brkich, 605-7

Cline, 604-5

Dearborn, 1728

Morgan1150

Toth, 677-79

Weekes, 1851-53

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 1966

Third reading

Cline, 1973

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Lang, Iris See Legislative Assembly - Clerk Assistant (Committees), Iris Lang, introduction

 

Larionak, Tikla See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatoon

 

Law

National Law Day (April 15, 2004), member's statement

Morgan, 528

 

Leadership

Governor General's Canadian Leadership Conference (2004), member's statement

Junor, 1237

 

Learning Department See also Department of Post-Secondary Education and Skills Training Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 11)

Estimates, main (2004-2005), 1026-32, 1151-64, 1361-76, 1634-45

Brkich, 1374-75, 1643-44

Cheveldayoff, 1026-32, 1161-63, 1361-75, 1634-35

Hart, 1372-73

McMorris, 1152-61, 1635-43

Thomson, 1026-32, 1151-64, 1361-76, 1634-44

Estimates, supplementary (2004-2005), 3242

Estimates, further (2005-2006), 3242

Estimates, main (2005-2006), 2583-91, 2593-94, 2980-87, 2989-3001, 3168-78, 3241-42

Cheveldayoff, 2593, 3169-71

D'Autremont, 2591

Dearborn, 2588-91

Draude, 2996-99

Elhard, 2584-87, 2999-3000, 3171-78

Gantefoer, 2980-87, 2989-90, 3168-69

Harpauer, 2995-96

Hart, 2990-92

Kerpan, 2994-95

Kirsch, 2999

Krawetz, 2992-94, 3176-77

Thomson, 2584-91, 2593, 2980-87, 2989-3001, 3168-78

Wakefield, 3169

Federal government funding, 1635

Funding, 475

Lending and investing activities (2005-2006), 3242

Office renovations, costs, 1366

 

Legal Aid Commission See Labour Standards Act - Employment after leave of absence, Legal Aid Commission, Jack Hillson, former MLA

 

Legislative Assembly See also Debating - Legislative Assembly, historical model

Achievements, member's statement

Addley, 3247-48

Adjournment (June 17, 2004), moved (Van Mulligen)

Gantefoer, 1704-5

Speaker, 1705-6

Van Mulligen, 1703-4

Adjournment (November 30, 2004), moved (Van Mulligen)

Gantefoer, 1999

Van Mulligen, 1998-99

Adjournment (May 27, 2005), moved (Van Mulligen)

Gantefoer, 3260-61

Van Mulligen, 3259-60

Clerk Assistant (Committees), Iris Lang, 201

Introduction

Speaker, 7

Hours of sitting

(April 8-14, 2004), moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 117

(May 19-26, 2004), moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1193

(May 20-26, 2004), moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 346

(March 24-30, 2005), moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2164

(April 14-18, 2005), moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2164

(May 17-24, 2005), moved (Atkinson)

Atkinson, 2164

(May 25, 2005), moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3178-79

House and committee rules and procedures, new, 125

Pages, introduction

Speaker, 7, 1718, 2001

Private Bills, timetable for consideration, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2049

Quorum, 856-57, 2593-94

Recess for one hour to pay tribute to two Saskatchewan idols, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1841

Recess until 10:15 p.m. or until adjournment of Human Services Committee and Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1987-88

Recess until Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee completes its business, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3255

Saskatchewan legislative internship program, 163

Recognition of interns, member's statement

Gantefoer, 1685

Toth, 555

Saskatchewan legislative internship program, participants (2004), introduction, last year of program, member's statement

Draude, 265

Sergeant-at-Arms, birthday greetings, member's statement

Toth, 594

Sergeant-at-Arms, first granddaughter, congratulations, member's statement

Eagles, 2363

Staff member, Deanna Cunningham, Page for a day, 1901

Votes and Proceedings, printing, moved (Calvert)

Calvert, 7

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Act, 2005 (No. 96)

First reading

Thomson, 2722-23

Second reading

D'Autremont, 3008-9

Gantefoer, 2834-35

Higgins, 2834

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3010

Third reading

Thomson, 3126

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 61)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 1268

Second reading, 1570-71

D'Autremont, 1300-1301

Stewart, 1433

Van Mulligen, 1300

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1571

Committee of the Whole Assembly

D'Autremont, 1699-1700

Van Mulligen, 1700

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1702

Royal Assent, 1703

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council Consequential Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 97)

First reading

Thomson, 2723

Second reading, 3010

Gantefoer, 2835

Higgins, 2835

Referred to Crown and Central Agencies Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3010

Third reading

Thomson, 3127

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Legislative Assembly and Executive Council (Set Election Dates) Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 202)

First reading

Hermanson, 1522

 

Legislative Assembly members

Cypress Hills, heart attack, Martensville, prostate cancer, welcome back, member's statement

Wall, 2004-5

Deputy Premier, cancer care and treatment, personal thanks, member's statement

Serby, 783-84

Deputy Premier, welcome back, member's statement

Wall, 784-85

Disrespect, oral question period, member's statement

Kerpan, 209

Elected members, Speaker, Leader of the Opposition, congratulations, welcome, member's statement

Yates, 12-13

Government, news reports, member's statement

Heppner, 811

Language, unparliamentary, withdrawal and apology, member's statement

Stewart, 2531

Leave of absence

Member for Cannington (May 3-21, 2004), for parliamentary visit to Westminster on behalf of Assembly, moved (Gantefoer)

Gantefoer, 840

Member for Kelvington-Wadena (March 14-18, 2005), for parliamentary visit to Westminster on behalf of Assembly, moved (Atkinson )

Atkinson, 2119

Members for Arm River-Watrous, Regina Wascana Plains, Biggar (March 20-24, 2005), to attend Midwestern Legislative Conference exchange, moved (Atkinson )

Atkinson, 2119

Minister of Health, budget speech comments concerning member from Estevan, apologies and retraction requested, member's statement

Draude, 436

Oral question period, correction of statement

Morgan, 1900

Unparliamentary remarks, oral question period, apology, member's statement

Crofford, 3042

Wages and benefits, process for assigning

Calvert, 2393-94

Wall, 2393-94

Wood River, 60th birthday, new member of order of wily legislative sexagenarians (OWLS), member's statement

Heppner, 1263

 

Legislative Building, Regina

Centennial mural, Roger Jerome, Air Ronge, northern artist, ministerial statement

Beatty, 1985-86

Dearborn, 1986

Queen Elizabeth II riding her horse Burmese, statue See Statues - Queen Elizabeth II riding her horse Burmese

 

Legumes

SaskCan Pulse Traders See Business - SaskCan Pulse Traders

 

Letwenuk, Elizabeth See Centenarians - Celebrations (March 29, 2005), Jubilee Nursing Home

 

Liberal Party (Canada)

Agreement, New Democratic Party (Canada), Saskatchewan, benefits

Calvert, 2734-36

Wall, 2734-35

 

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan)

Annual financial statements, late submission, consequences

Heppner, 2881-83, 3035-36

Quennell, 3035-36

Serby, 2881-83

 

Libraries

Education bursary, Saskatchewan Library Association and Multitype Library Board, Lorraine Salt, Saskatoon, recipient (2004), member's statement

Atkinson, 265

International Special Librarians Day (April 22, 2004), Legislative Library staff, recognition, member's statement

Dearborn, 686

Hamilton, 652

Provincial Library, 1030-31

Provincial Library, relocation, costs, 1361

Regina Public Library, challenges, 364

 

Licensed practical nurses See Nurses - Licensed practical nurses; Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses

 

Lieutenant Governor

Prorogation speech, 3263-64

Speech from the Throne, 3-6

Term of office, extension, 101, 230

 

Limitations Act (No. 51)

First reading

Quennell, 1077

Second reading

Gantefoer, 1141

Morgan, 1309

Quennell, 1139-41

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1309

Third reading

Quennell, 1413

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Limitations Consequential Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 52)

First reading

Quennell, 1077

Second reading, 1310

Gantefoer, 1142

Quennell, 1142

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 1310

Third reading

Quennell, 1413

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Literacy

Saskatchewan Literacy Awards (2004), presentation, Regina (April 22, 2004), member's statement

Belanger, 719-20

Saskatchewan Literacy Awards (2005), member's statement

Borgerson, 2717-18

 

Liver diseases

Yellow jaundice, treatment, 1436

 

Livestock feed industry See Cattle industry - Feedlots, set-aside program

 

Livestock industry, 102 See also Cattle industry

Development, processing industry development, incentives, assistance

Serby, 2078-79

Wall, 2078-79

Drought loan program, cancelled, 385

Expansion, 4, 24

Exports, 4

Goats, milkathon, Canadian Western Agribition (November 22, 2004), member's statement

Morin, 1862

Hogs

Barn fire, Bear Hills Pork Producers (March 18, 2004), member's statement

Weekes, 44-45

Heartland pork group, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool investment, losses

Cline, 1332-33

Stewart, 1332

Short-term hog loan program, elimination, 313, 361, 385

Trade issues, United States, 2942

Livestock and horticultural facilities incentive program, cancelled, 300, 313, 385, 431

Livestock drought program, elimination, 313

Livestock predation program, 1455, 1487-88

Support, 2321

Support Canadian actions to open United States border to ruminants, develop Canadian solutions, Saskatchewan monitor situation and assist in implementation of strategies, moved (Wartman)

Bjornerud, 2087-88

Serby, 2089-91

Stewart, 2091-93

Wartman, 2084-87

 

Lloydminster, Sask. See City of Lloydminster Act (No. 71)

 

Local Government Election Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 105)

First reading

Taylor, 2422-23

Second reading

Brkich, 2491

Hermanson, 2843-45

Taylor, 2489-91

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 2846

Third reading

Taylor, 3111

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Long-term care, 190 See also Personal care homes

Assessment process, consistency across province, 3089-91

Beds, 382

Beds, closures, 276, 298-99, 312-13, 353, 361, 376, 380, 385, 393, 426, 452, 454-55

Heppner, 325, 437, 470, 589-90

Davidson, 1221-22, 1353-54

Brkich, 1241, 1290-91, 1333-34, 1551-52

Nilson, 1241, 1290-91, 1333-34, 1552

Davidson, public meeting

Brkich, 1424

Nilson, 1424

Davidson, public meeting (June 8, 2004), member's statement

Brkich, 1500

Imperial, Craik

Brkich, 656

Member's statement

Heppner, 468

Rockglen, Glentworth

Huyghebaert, 657-58

Rural communities, 196

Weyburn, Tatagwa View facility

Bakken, 1240

Nilson, 1240-41

Wilkie, Langham, Biggar

Weekes, 657

Comments of member

Heppner, 589-90

Nilson, 589-90

Costs, government coverage, 2810

Facilities

Foam Lake Jubilee Nursing Home, 1223-24 See also Health care centres - Foam Lake

Closure, downsizing, petitions, 1232, 1246

Draude, 1181, 1231

Foam Lake Health Centre, integration, costs, 1224

Herbert Nursing Home, 1220-21 See also Hospitals - Herbert-Morse Union Hospital - Herbert long-term care facilities

Closure, downsizing, petitions, 860, 894, 988

Stewart, 829, 859, 893, 956

Wall, 1181

Kelvindell Lodge, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1258

Maidstone, new, project status, 1227

Mainprize Manor and Health Centre, closure, downsizing, petitions, 860, 924, 956, 1034, 1082, 1183, 1246

Eagles, 829, 893, 935, 987, 1067, 1129, 1231

Pleasant View Care Home, closure, downsizing, petitions, 1258

Draude, 1033

Red Deer Nursing Home, closure, downsizing, petitions, 894, 924, 936, 1258

Draude, 859, 893, 923

Weyburn-Big Muddy constituency, closures, downsizing, petitions, 616, 650, 718, 782, 860, 988, 1232, 1328, 1390

Bakken, 583, 615, 683, 747, 829, 955, 1182, 1281, 1377

Cheveldayoff, 1182

Wolseley, 1226

Placements, separating partners, 118

Paul and Marcia Shiplack, Montmartre, 455

Paul and Marcia Shiplack, Montmartre, reunited, member's statement

Toth, 339

Privatization, 394

Re-evaluation, changes, available resources

Nilson, 325, 656-58

 

Louis Riel Trail See Highways and roads - Highway No. 11

 

LPNs (Licensed practical nurses) See Nurses - Licensed practical nurses

 

Lumber See Forest industry - Softwood lumber

 

Lupus

World Lupus Day (May 10, 2004), member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 990

World Lupus Day (May 10, 2005), member's statement

Cheveldayoff, 3068

 

Lutzko, Pearl See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Ituna

 

MacMurchy, Gordon Samuel See Condolences - MacMurchy, Gordon Samuel

 

Macular degeneration

Treatment, coverage by Saskatchewan Health

McMorris, 2405-6, 2418-19

Nilson, 2405-6, 2418-19

 

Madey, Gertrude See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005), Wynyard

 

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

 

Mahood, Sally See Physicians/Doctors - Mahood, Sally

 

Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act

Regulations, compilation, proclamation of legislation

Morgan, 3138-39

Quennell, 3138-39

 

Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act (No. 102)

First reading

Quennell, 2480-81

Second reading

Gantefoer, 2570-71

Morgan, 3001

Quennell, 2570

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3002

Third reading

Quennell, 3130

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Mang, Freda See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Saskatoon

 

Manufacturing industry, 2194

Claybank Brick Plant See also Claybank Brick Plant

Manufacturing and processing, new businesses, tax relief

Cheveldayoff, 2521-22

Van Mulligen, 2521-22

 

Marathons

Boston Marathon, Clayton Gerein, Pilot Butte, quadriplegic wheelchair race, gold medal winner, member's statement

Hamilton, 786

Marathon of Hope, Terry Fox See Fundraising - Marathon of Hope, Terry Fox

New York City Marathon, (November 7, 2004), Curt Phillips, legislative commissionaire, Regina, achievements, member's statement

Beatty, 1792

Regina Police Service Half Marathon, (April 17, 2005), member's statement

McCall, 2610-11

Rome, Italy, David Newhouse, Birch Hills, member of Team Diabetes Canada, member's statement

Kirsch, 2611

Rome, Italy, Don McKay, Cumberland House, member of Team Diabetes Canada, member's statement

Beatty, 686

 

Marfan syndrome

Treatment, financial assistance, 1352-53

 

Marriages

Biggar, Terry Zimmer and Ed Young (June 25, 2005), member's statement

Weekes, 3221

 

Martel, Yann See Authors - Martel, Yann

 

Martensville constituency

Achievements, member's statement

Heppner, 1036

 

Matz, Laura See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Big River

 

Mawson, Mackenzie See Births - Saskatchewan newborn medallion (2005), Saskatoon

 

McColl, Emma See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Estevan

 

McIntosh, Rosalie See Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Centennial Medal, Mrs. Rosalie McIntosh

 

Meadow Lake, Sask. See Economic development - Meadow Lake; Forest industry - Meadow Lake oriented strand board plant; Hockey - Tournament, Meadow Lake

 

Meat processing industry

Beef Initiative Group, packing plant, feasibility study, funding

Bjornerud, 2625-26

Serby, 2625-26

Beef Initiative Group, packing plant, government funding, 2971-73

Downer cattle, inspection, export restrictions, 1170

Expansion, 3202-4

Interprovincial trade, 1169

Natural Valley Farms Inc., provincial sales tax issues, 2804, 2979

World Meat Congress, Winnipeg (2004), attendance

Stewart, 1656

Wartman, 1656

Worldwide Pork, Moose Jaw, closure, restructuring

Stewart, 3222-23, 3250

Wartman, 3223-24, 3250-51

 

Medals, Centennial See Centennials - Saskatchewan - Centennial Medals, manufacture; Honours and awards - Saskatchewan Centennial Medal

 

Medical laboratory science

National Medical Laboratory Week (April 24-30, 2005), member's statement

McMorris, 2716-17

 

Medical Profession Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 83)

First reading

Nilson, 1798

Second reading

Nilson, 1844-45

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Nilson)

Nilson, 1845

Third reading

Nilson, 1989

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Medical technologists

Training, 300

 

Melton, Florence See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Estevan

 

Members of the Legislative Assembly See Legislative Assembly members

 

Mendel Art Gallery

Expansion, funding, 2286

History, fundraising campaign, member's statement

Morgan, 2187

 

Mental health

GROW program See Health Quality Council - Stellar Award for Quality

Hantelman Building, Saskatoon, refurbishment, addition, 3084-85

National Mental Health Week, 53rd annual (May 3-9, 2004), member's statement

Dearborn, 896

Junor, 926

National Mental Health Week, 54th annual (May 2-8, 2005), member's statement

Junor, 2864

McMorris, 2769-70

 

Merasty, Tina See Tributes - Merasty, Tina

 

Messenger, Susan See Centenarians - Celebrations (March 29, 2005), Jubilee Nursing Home

 

Métis

Louis Riel, Métis leader, recognition, execution anniversary, (November 16, 1885), member's statement

Morgan, 1741-42

Louis Riel, Métis leader, recognition, execution anniversary (November 16, 1885), member's statement

Belanger, 1741

Métis Nation of Saskatchewan elections, problems, resolution

Draude, 1553, 1656-57

Sonntag, 1553, 1656-57

Saskatchewan Métis Wagon Adventures 2005, wagon trek announcement, Saskatoon (April 28, 2005), member's statement

Belanger, 2747

Strategy, 450

Year of First Nations and Métis Women (2005) See Women - Year of First Nations and Métis Women (2005)

 

Métis Addictions Council of Saskatchewan

Audit report, 1438-39

 

Midwives

International Midwives Day (May 5, 2004), FASD Awareness Day (May 5, 2004), Core-Ritchie Neighbourhood Centre, Regina, member's statement

Morin, 925

International Midwives Day (May 5, 2005), member's statement

Morin, 2878

Legislation, proclamation

Draude, 927-28, 2881

Nilson, 927-28, 2881

 

Miller, Gladys See Centenarians - Celebrations (March 29, 2005), Jubilee Nursing Home

 

Minimum wage See Wages and salaries - Minimum wage

 

Mining industry, 70, 228-29, 233, 1595

Coal gasification, 1613-14, 2347

Coal reserves, 4, 233

Crown mineral land, reopened, application fee, increase, 313

Diamonds, 4, 416, 419

Diamonds, discovery, Fort à la Corne, member's statement

Yates, 178

Mines, abandoned, cleanup, 2197

Mines Regulations, proclaimed, 166

Potash, 4, 167, 416-17, 2222

Growth, investments

Calvert, 1899-1900

Cline, 1899

Wall, 1899

Sales, increase, 2194

Taxation incentives, ministerial statement

Bakken, 2450-51

Cline, 2449-50

Production, 189

Royalties, incentives, changes, 4, 1761

Royalties, incentives, gold, base metals, 417

Saskatchewan Mining Week (May 31-June 5, 2004), member's statement

Borgerson, 1286-87

Wakefield, 1287

Taxation, incremental rates, 1615

Titanium See Oil industry - Oil sands tailings, titanium and zircon recovery

Uranium, 4, 36, 167, 416-17, 1611-13

Expansion, 2321

Mine cleanup, northern Saskatchewan, funding, 1748, 1759, 1767, 2197, 2313

Zircon See Oil industry - Oil sands tailings, titanium and zircon recovery

 

Ministerial statements

Action Committee on the Rural Economy (ACRE)

Report, phase II: Brkich, 3106; Serby, 3105-6

Agriculture

Agriculture Development Fund, programs, new agriculture and food research projects, funding: Stewart, 965; Wartman, 964-65

Aircraft, government

Firefighting, renewal: Forbes, 1957; Huyghebaert, 1957-58

Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform

Response to recommendations, action plan, Creating a Healthy, Just, Prosperous and Safe Saskatchewan: Draude, 3040-41; Quennell, 3038-40

CommunityNet

Wireless high-speed Internet service, launch, SaskTel, CommunityNet II initiative: Kerpan, 2312; Sonntag, 2311-12

Education

Prior learning, recognition, government policy: Cheveldayoff, 1659; Thomson, 1658

Reform, renewal, first part of three-phase program: McMorris, 1098-99; Thomson, 1096-98

Education, post-secondary

Bursaries, program, Aboriginal students, Crown Investments Corporation, First Nations University of Canada, University of Regina partnership: Atkinson, 1506-7; Cheveldayoff, 1507

Employment

Green Team, summer student employment program, launch (2005): Beatty, 2083; Eagles, 2083

First Nations

Aboriginal employment development program, partnership agreement, 54th: Draude, 997-98; Sonntag, 997

Traditional Elders Ministerial Advisory Committee, establishment, adviser to Justice Dept., Corrections and Public Safety Dept.: Draude, 1692; Quennell, 1691-92

Government

Credit rating, upgrade, Standard & Poor's: Krawetz, 1555-56; Van Mulligen, 1555

Health care

Bursaries, new and continuing: Gantefoer, 727; Nilson, 726

Bursaries, new and continuing return-service: McMorris, 2398-99; Nilson, 2398

Computerized tomography scanners, new, located in Swift Current, Moose Jaw, Yorkton: Nilson, 658; Wall, 659

Health care centres

Ile-a-la-Crosse, joint-use facility, health centre and high school, planning phase: Kirsch, 534; Nilson, 534

Highways and roads

Construction and maintenance

Orange Zone Challenge, Highways and Transportation Dept. advertising contest, Winston Knoll Collegiate students, Regina, winners: Harpauer, 1243; Sonntag, 1242-43

Hospitals

Cypress regional hospital, new, Swift Current, government approval of functional program: Nilson, 501; Wall, 501

Swift Current, new, approval of functional program: Nilson, 2626-27; Wall, 2627

Housing

HomeFirst, housing strategy, five-year plan, low- to moderate-income people: Bakken, 933-34; Crofford, 932-33

HomeFirst, housing strategy, rental housing supplement, low-income families, persons with physical disabilities: Bakken, 2163-64; Crofford, 2163

Immigration

Nominees, Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program, expansion: Atkinson, 945-46; Weekes, 946

Labour force

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2004): Hart, 817; Higgins, 817

Workers, National Day of Mourning for Workers Killed or Injured on the Job (April 28, 2005): Higgins, 2736

Legislative Building, Regina

Centennial mural, Roger Jerome, Air Ronge, northern artist: Beatty, 1985-86; Dearborn, 1986

Mining industry

Potash, taxation incentives: Bakken, 2450-51; Cline, 2449-50

Nurses

Nurse practitioners, licensing, regulations supporting Registered Nurses Amendment Act, 2001: Gantefoer, 838-39; Nilson, 838

Population

Immigration, Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program, expansion: Atkinson, 945-46; Weekes, 946

Royal family

Anne, Princess Royal, provincial visit (June 4-7, 2004), itinerary: Beatty, 152-53; Weekes, 153

Saskatchewan Government Insurance

Injury income benefits, increase: Sonntag, 2451; D'Autremont, 2451-52

Saskatchewan Transportation Company

Celebrate Saskatchewan youth pass, centennial program, (summer 2005): Kerpan, 3123-24; Sonntag, 3123

SaskTel International

Contract, rural network infrastructure, Tete province, Mozambique, Mozambique Telecommunications Company: Elhard, 1926-27; Sonntag, 1926

Contracts, telecommunications, Tanzania, Ukraine: Elhard, 756-57; Sonntag, 756

Telephones

Cellular service, expansion, SaskTel Mobility: Kerpan, 2883-84; Sonntag, 2883

Training programs

Training and apprenticeship system, review: Elhard, 3024; Thomson, 3023-24

Treaty Commissioner Office

Treaties, cultural awareness, public education programs, funding: Draude, 2151-52; Sonntag, 2151

Utilities

Rates, lowest in Canada, election campaign commitment, rebate: Atkinson, 1783; Elhard, 1784

Women

Year of First Nations and Métis Women (2005): Beatty, 1958; Draude, 1958-59, 2970; Sonntag, 2969-70

 

Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005

Vote of member, member's statement

Draude, 3221-22

 

Miscellaneous Labour Statutes Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 122)

First reading

Higgins, 2832

Second reading

Higgins, 2926-27

Iwanchuk, 2927, 3059-60

Krawetz, 3060

Weekes, 2927

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Higgins)

Higgins, 3061

Third reading

D'Autremont, 3148

Higgins, 3146

Morin, 3146-48

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Miscellaneous Municipal Statutes Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 82)

First reading

Taylor, 1798

Second reading

Heppner, 1874

McMorris, 1969-70

Taylor, 1872-73

Toth, 1873

Withdrawal

Taylor, 2152

 

Miscellaneous Statutes Repeal (Regulatory Reform) Act, 2004 (No. 31)

First reading

Quennell, 593-94

Second reading, 1209

Dearborn, 696-98

Quennell, 696

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1209

Third reading

Quennell, 1916

Royal Assent, 1992

 

Missouri Coteau See Environment - Protection - Old Man on His Back site, Missouri Coteau site

 

Mitchell, Alexander See Condolences - Mitchell, Alexander

 

Monuments

Louis Riel Trail See Highways and roads - Highway No. 11 - Monument

 

Moose Mountain Provincial Park See Parks - Provincial - Moose Mountain Provincial Park

 

Motions See Motions, Government; Motions, transmittal; Motions for supply (interim); Motions (under Rule 49); Private members' motions; Seventy-five minute debate

 

Motions, Government

Electoral Office

Chief Electoral Officer, Jean Ouellet, appointment, moved (Quennell), 1960-61

Ombudsman

Recommendation that Lieutenant Governor in Council appoint Kevin Fenwick Ombudsman for Saskatchewan, moved (Quennell), 1959-60

Privilege

News conferences, technical briefings, information made available in advance of or concurrently with any media briefings, moved (Van Mulligen); amendment (Morgan), 2778-96

Property tax

Education tax, reform, Boughen Commission recommendations, government plan, moved (Calvert); amendment (Wall), 1522-35

 

Motions, transmittal

Federal government, equalization, federal transfer program, Saskatchewan, equitable treatment for, transmittal, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2022

Gasoline, price increase, national meeting, request federal government protect consumers, transmittal, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 952

 

Motions for supply (interim)

Expenses

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2004

General Revenue Fund, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1696

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2005

General Revenue Fund, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 324, 801, 1696-97, 1990, 3256

General Revenue Fund, unexpended charges and expenses for fiscal year ending March 31, 2005 also granted for fiscal year ending March 31, 2006, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 1697, 1990

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2005, moved (Van Mulligen)

Dearborn, 800-801

Draude, 799-800

Krawetz, 328-33, 794-98

Van Mulligen, 327-33, 794-801

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2006

General Revenue Fund, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 2668, 3256

General Revenue Fund, unexpended charges and expenses for fiscal year ending March 31, 2006 also granted for fiscal year ending March 31, 2007, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 3256-57

Fiscal year ending March 31, 2006, moved (Van Mulligen)

Cheveldayoff, 2661-68

D'Autremont, 2665-66

Draude, 2666

Van Mulligen, 2660-68

 

Motions (under Rule 49)

Federal government

Equalization, federal transfer program, Saskatchewan disadvantages, rectification, moved (Calvert); amendment (Krawetz), 50-62

Gasoline

Price increase, national meeting, request federal government protect consumers, moved (Lautermilch), 947-52

Livestock industry

Support Canadian actions to open United States border to ruminants, develop Canadian solutions, Saskatchewan monitor situation and assist in implementation of strategies, moved (Wartman), 2084-93

Potato industry

NewLeaf potatoes, genetically modified, business scandal, nature of motion for debate, leave not granted, 1799

Property tax, education tax

Rural municipalities, increasing taxes, meet with Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities to discuss solutions, moved (Bjornerud), 707-15

Property tax, education tax, leave to debate emergency motion not granted, 1522

Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company

Government business, scandal, nature of motion for debate, leave not granted, 1718

Trade

Bilateral relationship, Canada and United States, expedite resolution of current disputes in cattle, swine, wheat, softwood lumber, moved (Taylor), 1961-65

 

Motor vehicles See also Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 7); Automobile Accident Insurance Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 124); Automobile Injury Appeal Commission; Vehicle Administration Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 48)

Competition, ACDelco Technician of the Millennium III, Dave Wiebe, Saskatoon, winner, member's statement

Forbes, 528

Prototype pickup truck, hydrogen and diesel fuel, Saskatchewan Research Council, member's statement

Trew, 718

Registration fees, increase, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, 306, 313, 360, 385, 425

Atkinson, 213

Elhard, 212-13

Sonntag, 212

 

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

 

MRIF See Municipalities - Funding - Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund

 

Municipal Employees' Pension Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 4)

First reading

Van Mulligen, 116

Second reading

Heppner, 512-16

Toth, 641-43

Van Mulligen, 512

Referred to Economy Committee, moved (Van Mulligen)

Van Mulligen, 643

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1083-84

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Municipal Revenue Sharing Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 44)

First reading

Taylor, 902-3

Second reading, 1205

Taylor, 1042-43

Toth, 1043-44

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 1205

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1414

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund See Municipalities - Funding - Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund

 

Municipalities See also Cities and towns; Miscellaneous Municipal Statutes Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 82); Northern Municipalities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 46); Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 45); Planning and Development Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 104)

Funding, 348, 418, 2246, 2280

Canada-Saskatchewan infrastructure program, 348-49, 2243, 2252, 2254

Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund, 2243

Infrastructure, 1748, 1759, 1767, 2196, 2313

Municipal agreements (2005-2006), inadequate, property tax increases, moved (Huyghebaert)

Bjornerud, 2756-58

Brkich, 2762-64

Hart, 2759-61

Huyghebaert, 2754-56

Taylor, 2758-59

Thomson, 2761-62

Municipal agreements (2005-2006), inadequate, property tax increases, moved (Huyghebaert); questions and comments

Bjornerud, 2765

D'Autremont, 2764

Elhard, 2765

Hart, 2764-65

Huyghebaert, 2765

Lautermilch, 2766

Taylor, 2764-65

Thomson, 2764-66

Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund, 1753

Grants-in-lieu program, funding, 2244, 2257

Revenue sharing, 2551-57

Agreement

Cheveldayoff, 2566

Taylor, 2566

Agreement, discussions, 2244

Agreement, request for changes

Huyghebaert, 2148-49, 2309-10

Taylor, 2148-49, 2309-10, 2445-46

Wall, 2445-46

Grants, 2202, 2220, 2244, 2246, 2249, 2254, 2351 See also Municipal Revenue Sharing Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 44)

Increase, 277, 348-49, 360, 413, 429, 449, 476, 484, 2196, 2319

Grants, rural, 348-49, 2294

Grants, rural, small, 296

Rural, Canada-Saskatchewan Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund, 1753, 2244, 2552, 2554

Rural, disaster areas (2004), 2219

Urban development agreements, Regina, Saskatoon, 2243-44, 2552, 2554

 

Municipalities Act (No. 81)

First reading

Taylor, 1812

Second reading

Krawetz, 1968-69

Taylor, 1869-71

Toth, 1871-72

Withdrawal

Taylor, 2152

 

Municipalities Act (No. 106)

First reading

Taylor, 2537-38

Second reading

Allchurch, 2846-48

Huyghebaert, 2956

Taylor, 2689-92

Toth, 2692-93

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee

Taylor, 2956

Third reading

Taylor, 3111

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Municipalities Consequential Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 107)

First reading

Taylor, 2538

Second reading

Allchurch, 2848

Huyghebaert, 2957

Taylor, 2693

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee

Taylor, 2957

Third reading

Taylor, 3111-12

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Museums

Regina Plains Museum, Women of Influence exhibit (July 23-December 3, 2005), member's statement

Borgerson, 2964

Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Regina, funding, 2279

Royal Saskatchewan Museum, funding, 424

Western Development Museum, funding, 424, 2286

 

Music

Band and choir students, awards, Weyburn Comprehensive Collegiate, Weyburn Junior High, member's statement

Bakken, 1330

German-Canadian Society Harmonie, 50th anniversary celebrations, Regina (May 7, 2005), member's statement

Morin, 3018

Guitarist, Gerry Dumalski, Swift Current, invited performer at Alternativa Festival, Culture Centre Dom, Moscow, Russia, member's statement

Wall, 1272

International Clarinet Association, high school competition (July 2003), Juline Wilson, Eatonia, fifth place, member's statement

Dearborn, 242

Prärie Sängerfest Choir Festival (2005), Regina, member's statement

Morin, 3222

Saskatoon Youth Orchestra, Michelle Meszaros, Biggar Central School, concert mistress appointment, member's statement

Weekes, 1894-95

Vocal instructor, Joy McFarlane-Burton, full membership in National Association of Teachers, member's statement

Weekes, 1791

 

Names, geographic See Geographic Names Board Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 16)

 

NAOSH See Occupational health and safety - North American Occupational Safety and Health Week

 

National Finance, Standing Committee See Senate - Standing Committee on National Finance

 

Natural gas See also Gas Inspection Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 8); Oil industry - Oil and gas

Carbon dioxide sequestration projects, 99, 198, 233

Drilling, Unity area, 233

Motor vehicle fuel, refuelling station, Moose Jaw, official opening by SaskEnergy, member's statement

Hagel, 1248

Prices, high, 2194

Problems, regulation, infrastructure, 171

Production, increase, expectation, 483

Rates

Commercial customers, SaskEnergy, CEG Energy Options Inc.

Elhard, 620-22

Van Mulligen, 620-22

Residential customers

Elhard, 929-31

Van Mulligen, 930-31

Residential customers, SaskEnergy exit charges, effect on competition

Elhard, 942-43

Van Mulligen, 943

Reserves, new, 4

Royalty rates, 349

Royalty rates, reduction, 171

Storage project, TransGas, Asquith area, effect on water supply, compensation, environmental assessment, petitions, 1739, 1772, 1788, 1802, 1832, 1860, 1891, 1973, 2002, 2025, 2041, 2075, 2109, 2141, 2206, 2267, 2303, 2329, 2362, 2402, 2414, 2442, 2516, 2596, 2608, 2618, 2680, 2727, 2746, 2820, 2862, 3014, 3096, 3110, 3126, 3145, 3219, 3246

Hart, 2108-9, 2185, 2506, 2560

Kerpan, 2025, 2040, 2074, 2108, 2184, 2232, 2328-29, 3144, 3218

Morgan, 2329

Weekes, 1707-8, 1738, 1772, 1788, 1802, 1832, 1859, 1946, 1972, 2002, 2024-25, 2040, 2108, 2232, 2266, 2302, 2328, 2390, 2402, 2414, 2506, 2559, 2596, 2608, 2649-50, 2714, 2726, 2768, 2820, 2960, 3063-64, 3096, 3109, 3125-26

Storage project, TransGas, Asquith area, effect on water supply, Grandora and area, member's statement

Weekes, 1978

 

Natural resources, 4, 198, 447

Green strategy, 5, 24, 28

Northern Saskatchewan, 4

 

Natural Valley Farms Inc. See Food processing industry - Natural Valley Farms Inc.

 

Nature reserves

Chaplin Nature Centre, Chaplin Lake, official opening (June 5, 2004), member's statement

Higgins, 1501

 

Navy See Canadian Armed Forces - Maritime Command, HMCS Regina

 

NDP (Saskatchewan) See New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan)

 

Neighbourhoods See Cities and towns - Safety - Neighbourhoods; Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act (No. 43)

 

NEPS See Nurses - Nursing Education Program of Saskatchewan

 

New Democratic Party (Canada) See Liberal Party (Canada) - Agreement, New Democratic Party (Canada)

 

New Democratic Party (Saskatchewan)

Platform commitments, 2344-45

 

News media

Legislative Assembly members See Legislative Assembly members - Government, news reports, member's statement

 

911 service See Telephones - 911 service

 

Non-profit Corporations Amendment Act, 2005 (No. 113)

First reading

Quennell, 2539

Second reading

Brkich, 2701

Morgan, 3005

Quennell, 2700-2701

Referred to Human Services Committee, moved (Quennell)

Quennell, 3006

Third reading

Quennell, 3129

Royal Assent, 3258

 

Non-renewable resources See Resources, non-renewable

 

NORTEP See Teachers - Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP)

 

North Battleford, Sask. See Business - Youth Business Excellence Awards, North Battleford; Tourism - Battleford, North Battleford; Water quality - Drinking water, North Battleford

 

North Saskatchewan Regiment See Canadian Armed Forces - North Saskatchewan Regiment

 

North West Historical Society

Pioneers, recognition, member's statement

Taylor, 3132

 

Northern Municipalities Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 46)

First reading

Taylor, 903

Second reading, 1206

Taylor, 1045-46

Weekes, 1046-47

Referred to Intergovernmental Affairs and Infrastructure Committee, moved (Taylor)

Taylor, 1206

Third reading

Van Mulligen, 1414-15

Royal Assent, 1543

 

Northern Saskatchewan, 85 See also First Nations - Full participation in economy/society - Northern Saskatchewan; Forest fires - Suppression - Northern Saskatchewan; Health care - Northern Saskatchewan; Highways and roads - Northern Saskatchewan; Housing - Northern Saskatchewan

Budget, effects, 423

Sport, culture, and recreation delivery organizations, programs, 86

 

Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP) See Teachers - Northern Teacher Education Program (NORTEP)

 

Norway

Constitution Day (May 17, 2004), member's statement

Nilson, 1132

Constitution Day (May 17, 2005), member's statement

Nilson, 3116

 

NSBA (North Saskatoon Business Association) See Business - North Saskatoon Business Association Business Builder Awards

 

Nurses See also Health care professionals; Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses

Bursary program, continuation

Cheveldayoff, 80

Nilson, 80

Contract negotiations

Salaries

Crofford, 2867

McMorris, 2867

Salary mandate

McMorris, 2046

Staffing levels

McMorris, 2867-68

Nilson, 2868

Cypress Hills regional hospital, practice issues

Nilson, 2895-96

Wall, 2895-96

Employment, retention, 2499

Graduates, new, employment

Cheveldayoff, 80-81

McMorris, 2212

Nilson, 80-81, 2212

International Nurses Day (May 12, 2004), member's statement

Bakken, 1070

International Nurses Day (May 12, 2005), and National Nursing Week (May 9-15, 2005), member's statement

Junor, 3031

International Nursing Week and National Nursing Week (May 10-16, 2004), member's statement

Junor, 1070

Job losses/changes, effect

Gantefoer, 1237-38

Nilson, 1237-38

Licensed practical nurses, licensing issues, 2710-11

Licensed practical nurses, Wadena Hospital, 2004 Chapter Award winners, Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses, member's statement

Draude, 1261

Millennium Awards (2004), Saskatchewan Registered Nurses' Association, member's statement

Junor, 1274

National Nursing Week (May 9-15, 2005), member's statement

McMorris, 2911

Nurse practitioners, licensing, regulations supporting Registered Nurses Amendment Act, 2001, ministerial statement

Gantefoer, 838-39

Nilson, 838

Nursing Education Program of Saskatchewan

Faculty, increase, 1029

Seats, increase, 277, 349, 429, 1016-17, 1028-29, 2198-99, 2248, 2340, 2499

Seats, increase, enrolment (2003), funding

Cheveldayoff, 1037-38

Thomson, 1037-38

Overtime work issues, 2706-8, 3214-15

Retirements, succession planning, 300

Salaries, 2201-2, 2251, 2283

Salaries, retention

McMorris, 2238-39

Nilson, 2238-39

Scholarship, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Judy Boychuk Duchscher, Saskatoon, recipient, member's statement

Junor, 1262-63

Shortage

Gantefoer, 813-14

Nilson, 814-15

Shortage, retention, overtime issues

McMorris, 2045-46, 2519

Nilson, 2045-46, 2519

Training program, 300, 2252

Training program, northern Saskatchewan, 2348

Vacant positions

McMorris, 3034-35, 3070-71

Nilson, 3034-35, 3070-71

 

Nursing homes See Long-term care - Facilities

 

Occupational health and safety, 2290 See also Labour Standards Act - Amendments; Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 50)

Action plan on workplace health and safety, 6, 24, 166

Eastridge One Quality Workplace Group, Parkridge Centre, Saskatoon, recipients, national Achievement Award in Nursing Health Human Resources, member's statement

Iwanchuk, 1652

Education program, transferred from universities to Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, 3177

Health and safety, 67, 121

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (May 2-8, 2004), member's statement

Yates, 895

North American Occupational Safety and Health Week (May 1-7, 2005), member's statement

Junor, 2770

 

Office of the Treaty Commissioner See Treaty Commissioner Office

 

Oil industry, 22

Carbon dioxide sequestration projects, 4, 99, 198, 233

Discovery well, near Weyburn, 50th anniversary commemoration by EnCana (December 3, 2004), member's statement

Bakken, 1979-80

Drilling starts (2005), 2250

Heavy oil, recovery, 4, 2342

Heavy oil, recovery, royalty and tax incentive strategy, 2196, 2222-23, 2228, 2243

Oil and gas, 2341-42

Development, 2222

Drilling, private investment, 419

Exploration, activity, 1594

Provincial sales tax, increase, effect, 477

Taxation, effect on development

Bakken, 2407-10

Cline, 2408-10

Oil sands tailings, titanium and zircon recovery, pilot plant, Research Park, Regina, member's statement

Hamilton, 1380

Pasquia Hills oil project, pre-feasibility study, Uranium Power Corporation, member's statement

Kerpan, 926

Prices, high, 2194

Prices, high, economic effect, 2261

Problems, regulation, infrastructure, 171

Production, increase, expectation, 483

Reserves, undeveloped, 416

Revenue, budget estimates (2005)

Cheveldayoff, 2447-48, 2774

Van Mulligen, 2447-48, 2774

Royalty rates, 349, 2347

Royalty rates, reduction, 171, 1595

 

Old Man on His Back See Environment - Protection - Old Man on His Back site, Missouri Coteau site

 

Olenchuk, Josephine See Centenarians - Saskatchewan centenarian medallion (2005) - Big River

 

Olympic Games

Athens (2004), Saskatchewan participants, congratulations, member's statement

Calvert, 1711

Special Olympics, Kindersley (June 11, 2004), member's statement

Dearborn, 1668

Special Olympics Saskatchewan, awards banquet, Saskatoon (April 30, 2005), member's statement

Iwanchuk, 2826-27

Special Olympics Saskatchewan (2004), Western Canadian Curling Championship, Regina (April 2-4, 2004), member's statement

Wartman, 338-39

 

Ombudsman

Recommendation that Lieutenant Governor in Council appoint Kevin Fenwick Ombudsman for Saskatchewan, moved (Quennell)

Morgan, 1960

Quennell, 1959-60

 

Ombudsman/health care commissioner See Cancer - Ombudsman/health care commissioner; Health care - Ombudsman, assistance, families, medical issues; Regional health authorities - Quality care coordinators

 

Oral question period

Agriculture

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program, funding, Saskatchewan participation: Stewart, 591-92, 622-23, 1277-78, 1744-45; Wall, 1779-82; Wartman, 591-92, 622-23, 1278, 1745-46, 1779-82

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program, payments: Bjornerud, 2047; Wartman, 2047

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program, producer deposits, reimbursement: Eagles, 2239; Wall, 2417-18; Wartman, 2239, 2417-18

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program, provincial funding (2004): Bjornerud, 2159, 2240-41; Draude, 2159; Wall, 2157-58; Wartman, 2158-59, 2240-41

Canadian agricultural income stabilization program, provincial funding (2005): Stewart, 1867-68; Wartman, 1867-68

Canadian farm income program, producer claims: Stewart, 113-15; Wartman, 114-16

Farm improvement loan program, federal, status: Bjornerud, 2046-47; Wartman, 2047

Federal program (2005), new, Saskatchewan participation: Bjornerud, 2239-40; Wartman, 2239-40

Funding: Bjornerud, 2212-13, 3073-74; Serby, 3073-74; Wartman, 2212-14

Funding, federal (2005): Bjornerud, 2159-60, 3104-5; Calvert, 3104-5; Wartman, 2159-60, 3105

Rural service centres, closures, agricultural extension program, restructuring, cost savings: Wartman, 1074-75

Rural service centres, closures, costs, leaseholder settlements: Krawetz, 837; Stewart, 865-66; Wartman, 837

Rural service centres, closures, costs, leaseholder settlements, severance pay: Stewart, 1074

Rural service centres, closures, leaseholder settlements, Saskatchewan Property Management Corporation responsibility: Higgins, 865-66

Agrologists, agrologist extension program, reduction: Stewart, 561, 590; Wartman, 561, 590-91

Agrologists, agrologist extension program, reduction, meeting in Saskatoon: Stewart, 591; Wartman, 591

Aircraft, government, firefighting, renewal: Atkinson, 1981-82; Huyghebaert, 1981-82

Ambulance service, ambulance professionals, Yorkton, strike, wage parity: Bjornerud, 2367-68, 2684-85; Nilson, 2367-68, 2684-85

Ambulance service, legislation, changes, accountability, transparency: Gantefoer, 1289-90; Nilson, 1289-90

Autism, children, treatment, services: McMorris, 1584; Nilson, 1584

Automobile Injury Appeal Commission, case decisions on website, privacy, infraction: Morgan, 2081-82, 2115; Quennell, 2081-83, 2115

Beer, off-sale stores, volume discount, changes: Bakken, 928; Cline, 405-6, 928-29, 1653-54; D'Autremont, 405-6, 1653-54

Bridges, Diefenbaker bridge, Prince Albert, repairs, funding: Calvert, 941; Sonntag, 940, 1275, 1554; Wall, 940-41, 1274-75, 1553-54

Budget (2004)

Commitments: Calvert, 469, 472-73; Wall, 468-69, 472-73

Commitments, prior to budget speech: Calvert, 271-72; Wall, 271-72

Direction, election promises: Calvert, 402-3, 406; Wall, 402-3, 406

Effects, citizens: Krawetz, 289-91

Effects, rural Saskatchewan: Bakken, 471; Wartman, 471

Future, taxation: Calvert, 323; Wall, 323-24

Priorities, financial resources: Calvert, 327; Van Mulligen, 289-92

Priorities, health care: Van Mulligen, 437-38

Budget (2005)

Calvert, 2311; Wall, 2311

Commitments: Calvert, 2209-10; Wall, 2209-10

Buildings, government, renovations, expenditures: Higgins, 2160-61; Huyghebaert, 2160-61

Buildings, Grenfell Tower, Regina, renovations, costs, Learning Dept.: Cheveldayoff, 1505-6; Thomson, 1505-6

Business, corporations, economic contributions, government relationships: Calvert, 2115-17; Wall, 2115-16

By-elections, legislation, amendments: Calvert, 1292-94; D'Autremont, 1292-94

Cancer

Cervical cancer screening program, information, privacy: Bakken Lackey, 2718-19; Nilson, 2718-19

Ombudsman/health care commissioner: Krawetz, 1669; Nilson, 1669-70

Prostate, treatment waiting times: Calvert, 15-16; Wall, 15-16

Radiation therapy, waiting times: Nilson, 180-81; Wall, 180-81

Treatment, out-of-province: Nilson, 530; Wall, 530

Treatment waiting times, John Barnsley case: Nilson, 529, 556-57; Wall, 529, 556-57

Cattle industry, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, support: Calvert, 49-50; Stewart, 49-50

Cattle industry, bovine spongiform encephalopathy, testing for export: Bjornerud, 2079-81; Wartman, 2079-81

Centennials, Saskatchewan

Celebrating Community centennial grant program, Indian Head flag project, funding: Beatty, 2892-93; McMorris, 2892-93

Centennial Medals, manufacture: Beatty, 1657; Weekes, 1657

Funding, Saskatoon Optimist Club, Canada Day celebrations: Beatty, 2446-47; Eagles, 2446-47

Projects, grant requests, rejections list: Beatty, 2916-17; Weekes, 2916-17

Tree planting project, school children: Beatty, 2968; Kerpan, 2968

Child care, additional spaces, quality, availability, consultation, long-term planning: Crofford, 942; Wall, 941-42

Child care, federal funding, allocation, consultation process: Crofford, 1263-64; Wall, 1263-64

Children

Abused, court case, Saskatoon, commentary on StarPhoenix newspaper report: Morgan, 751-53; Quennell, 751-53

Missing, Amber Alert program, implementation, Saskatchewan: Kerpan, 1264; Quennell, 1264

Poverty, rate: Crofford, 1980; Wall, 1980

Children's Advocate Office, Children's Advocate, report, recommendations: Crofford, 2112; Wall, 2112

Commission of Inquiry Into Matters Relating to the Death of Neil Stonechild, report recommendations, implementation: Morgan, 2537; Quennell, 2537

Commission on First Nations and Métis Peoples and Justice Reform, response to recommendations, action plan: Draude, 3033-34; Nilson, 3034; Prebble, 3033; Quennell, 3033-34

Community-based organizations, funding: Bakken, 2513-14; Crofford, 2513-14

Consumer protection, legislation: Morgan, 560-61; Quennell, 560-61

Crime, organized, youth gangs, reduction/elimination: Morgan, 2030-31; Quennell, 2030-31

Crime, young offenders, prevention, rehabilitation, strategy, police resources: Quennell, 2031-32; Toth, 2031-32

Crop insurance, premiums, increase, coverage reduction: Bjornerud, 2009; Wartman, 2009

Crown corporations

Debt, reduction: Atkinson, 2616

Investments, out-of-province: Calvert, 691-692; Wall, 691-92

Investments, third party review process: Atkinson, 827; Elhard, 827

Offices, renovations: Atkinson, 2030; Wall, 2029-30

Public ownership: Atkinson, 789-90

Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan

Chief executive officer, Tom Waller, appointment: Atkinson, 1249; Krawetz, 1249

Investments, losses, Pangaea Systems Inc.: Harpauer, 2622-24; Thomson, 2623-24

Strategic plan: Atkinson, 1409-10; D'Autremont, 1409-10

Crown lands, Regina, College Avenue and Broad Street, redevelopment: Higgins, 2624; Huyghebaert, 2624

Crown Management Board, president and chief executive officer, full-time appointment: Atkinson, 1136-37; Morgan, 1136-37

Disabled and handicapped persons

Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres, funding: Bakken, 2512-13; Crofford, 2512-13

Saskatchewan Association of Rehabilitation Centres, human resources plan, funding: Bakken Lackey, 2965-67; Crofford, 2965-67

Valley View Centre, Moose Jaw, closure: Bakken, 788-89; Crofford, 788-89

Drug and alcohol abuse

Addicted youth, treatment enforcement, legislation: Bakken Lackey, 2751-52; Crofford, 2685-86, 2718, 2731-32, 2751-52, 2772-73, 2891-92, 2915-16, 3073, 3224-25; Draude, 2654-56, 2685-86, 2718, 2731-32, 2772-73, 2891-92, 2915-16, 3072-73, 3224-25; Nilson, 2654-56

Addicted youth, treatment enforcement, legislation, facilities, services: Crofford, 2865-66; Draude, 2865-66

Addiction services: Bakken, 1810; Nilson, 1810

Crystal methamphetamine

Addicted youth, Saskatoon, treatment: Crofford, 2967-68; Merriman, 2967-68

Awareness education: Bakken, 1397-98, 1654-55; Draude, 1421-22, 1809; Gantefoer, 1501-2; Thomson, 1383-84, 1397-98, 1421-23, 1501-2, 1655, 1809-10; Wall, 1383

Control, inter-ministerial committee: Quennell, 1384-85; Wall, 1384

Prevalence, dangers: Nilson, 1382; Quennell, 1383-84; Thomson, 1383-84; Wall, 1381-84

Prevalence, dangers, government actions: Draude, 1808-9; Nilson, 1808-9

Treatment, beds, programs: Nilson, 2611-13; Wall, 2611-12

Treatment, funding: Draude, 2394, 2600-2601; Nilson, 2394, 2600-2601

Treatment beds, young people: Draude, 2731; Nilson, 2731

Treatment strategy, funding: Draude, 2394-95; Nilson, 2394-95

Echo Valley Conference Centre, closure, delay: Hart, 993-94; Higgins, 993-94

Economic development, strategy: Calvert, 2005-6, 2010; Wall, 2005-6; 2009-10

Economy

Serby, 1984-85; Wall, 1984-85

Business confidence, Saskatchewan ranking: Cline, 2306-7; Wall, 2306-7

Our Future is Wide Open campaign: Cline, 823-24; Wakefield, 822-24

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, funding: Cline, 440; Huyghebaert, 440

Education, post-secondary, funding: Cheveldayoff, 995-96; Thomson, 995-97

Education, post-secondary, funding commitment, long-term: Calvert, 2191; Chisholm, 2191

Egg industry, production quotas: Bjornerud, 2522-23; Serby, 2522-23

Elections, provincial, New Democratic Party, commitments, promises: Calvert, 469, 725, 1743-44, 2533-34; Wall, 469, 724-25, 1743-44, 2533-34

Elections, provincial, New Democratic Party, senior citizens, support: Nilson, 470

Electricity, rates, increase: Atkinson, 344; Elhard, 343-44

Electricity, Swift Current distribution utility, rates, negotiations with SaskPower: Quennell, 2476-77; Wall, 2475-77

Emergency preparedness, FleetNet emergency radio system, replacement issues: Kerpan, 2419-20; Prebble, 2419-20; Sonntag, 2420

Employment, centennial summer student employment program, regional parks, funding, elimination: Beatty, 1040; Dearborn, 994-95, 1039-40; Forbes, 994-95

Employment, Green Team, summer student employment program: Beatty, 1073-74; Dearborn, 1073-74

Energy

Conservation, Energy Star appliance rebate program, expansion: Forbes, 2866-67; Kirsch, 2866-67

Development: Calvert, 2116; Wall, 2116

Development, geothermal heating: Forbes, 2880-81; Kirsch, 2880-81

Federal-provincial accord: Calvert, 2510, 2735; Wall, 2510, 2735

Federal-provincial accord, negotiations: Calvert, 2749-50, 2913-14, 3100-3104; Wall, 2749-50, 2913-14, 3100-3104

North American Energy Summit (2004), Premier, attendance: Calvert, 499-500; Wall, 499-500

Environment, sustainability, Environment Dept., staff reduction, effects: Forbes, 1472-73; Huyghebaert, 1472-73

Environment Dept.

Licences and fees, increase: Forbes, 213; Huyghebaert, 213; Sonntag, 213-14

Public funds, misuse: Forbes, 3155-56, 3227; Hart, 3155-56, 3226-27

Staff, conservation officers, reduction: Forbes, 961-62; Huyghebaert, 960-61

Ethanol

Development, Belle Plaine project, costs: Cline, 723, 754-56, 825; Toth, 825; Wall, 721-23, 754-55

Development, Belle Plaine project, costs, Points West Consulting: Cline, 826, 836-37; Toth, 826, 836

Executive Council, Saskatoon cabinet office, new director, salary: Morgan, 2828-30; Serby, 2829-30

Farmers/Producers, income support: Bjornerud, 2008, 2753, 2775-76; Wartman, 2008-9, 2753-54, 2775-77

Farmers/Producers, income support programs, federal-provincial: Stewart, 1519-20; Wartman, 1519-20

Federal government, equalization, federal transfer program

Calvert, 959-60, 1110, 2509-10; Krawetz, 1107-8; Van Mulligen, 1107-8; Wall, 959-60, 2509-10

Premier meeting with Prime Minister: Calvert, 2005; Wall, 2005

Saskatchewan, equitable treatment: Calvert, 2563-64; Wall, 2563-64

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, assessment, support, diagnostic centre, schedule: Draude, 1335-36, 1395-96; Nilson, 1335-36, 1395-96

Fetal alcohol spectrum disorder, court case investigations, recognition of FASD: Crofford, 1396-97; Draude, 1396

Film industry, Minds Eye Entertainment

Debt, reorganization: Cline, 1582-84; Toth, 1582-83

Debt, writedowns: Cline, 2687; Harpauer, 2687

Tommy Douglas Story, centennial funding: Beatty, 2688-89, 2721-22; Harpauer, 2688-89, 2721-22

Finance Dept., financial approval process: Cheveldayoff, 3157; Van Mulligen, 3157-58

Food banks, demand, increase: Bakken, 1503-4; Crofford, 1503-4, 1980-81; Wall, 1980-81

Forest fires, suppression, northern Saskatchewan: Dearborn, 994; Forbes, 994

Forest fires, suppression, northern Saskatchewan, fire bases, downsizing: Forbes, 1040-42; Huyghebaert, 1040-42

Forest industry, softwood lumber, tariffs, national meeting, attendance: Calvert, 897-98; Wall, 897-98

Fuel, taxation, dedicated portion for municipalities: Huyghebaert, 3136; Taylor, 3136

Gambling, problem gambling, management programs: D'Autremont, 2276; Nilson, 2276-77

Government

Advertising campaign, costs: Calvert, 151-52; Van Mulligen, 151; Wall, 150-52

Financial management, summary financial statements, frequency: Cheveldayoff, 2775; Van Mulligen, 2775

Non-confidence motion: Calvert, 294; Wall, 294

Our Future is Wide Open campaign, funding, Crown corporations: Atkinson, 1075-76, 1138; Elhard, 1075-76; Krawetz, 1137-38

Performance, current issues: Calvert, 183-84, 2048, 2422; Wall, 183-84, 2048, 2422

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), carbon sequestering, agricultural soils, Saskatchewan producers, credit: Cline, 2568; Hart, 2568

Greenhouse gas emissions (climate change/global warming), Kyoto accord, implementation, Canada-Saskatchewan agreements: Cline, 2567-68; Hart, 2567-68

Health care

Changes, cuts, closures

Calvert, 960; Wall, 959-60

Facility integration: Nilson, 1238-40

Facility integration, public consultation: Wall, 1238-39

Facility integration, public consultation, Cupar: Hart, 1241

Facility integration, public consultation, Foam Lake: Draude, 1239-40

Facility integration, public consultation, Herbert: Nilson, 1252; Stewart, 1240, 1252

Operational planning guidelines: Nilson, 812-13; Wall, 812-13

Complaints, specific cases: McMorris, 2033; Nilson, 2033

Costs, trend: McMorris, 2238; Nilson, 2238

Facilities, closures, conversions: Nilson, 1093-95; Wall, 1071-72, 1095-96

Facilities, closures, conversions, change management, funding: Calvert, 1072-73, 1095-96, 1554-55; Nilson, 833-36, 1071-72, 1550-51

Facilities, closures, conversions, public hearings: Bakken, 836; Dearborn, 835; Draude, 834-35; Elhard, 834; Gantefoer, 833; Heppner, 835; Stewart, 834; Wall, 1549-51, 1554

Fees: Harpauer, 470; Nilson, 470

Funding, allocation, judicious: Nilson, 470, 590

Funding, federal: Calvert, 45-46

Issues, public and private divulgence, resolution: Gantefoer, 557; Nilson, 557

Issues, resolutions: Calvert, 1673; Gantefoer, 1673

Ombudsman, assistance, families, medical issues: Nilson, 16; Wall, 16

Patients, diagnosis and treatment, complaints, responses: Gantefoer, 898-99; Nilson, 898-99

Premiums: Calvert, 322-23; Wall, 322-23

Records, management: Bakken, 620; Nilson, 620

Records, management, errors: Gantefoer, 655; Nilson, 655

Referrals, out-of-province, Kathryn Wipf case, funding: Gantefoer, 1405-6; Nilson, 1420-21; Wall, 1419-21

Referrals, out-of-province, Kathryn Wipf case, process: Nilson, 1394-95, 1405-7; Wall, 1394-95

Referrals, out-of-province, process: Hermanson, 1670-71; Nilson, 1470-71, 1671; Wall, 1470-71

Saskatchewan health cards, application, new immigrant: Huyghebaert, 2520-21; Nilson, 2520-21

Saskatchewan health cards, printing, contract: D'Autremont, 2308-9; Nilson, 2308; Thomson, 2309

Services, Climax, Davidson, Herbert: Elhard, 1585; Nilson, 1585

Services, re-evaluation, reform: Nilson, 324-25

Treatment, out-of-province: Gantefoer, 559; Nilson, 559

Health care centres

Border Health Centre, Climax, changes: Elhard, 1190-91, 1585; Nilson, 1190-91, 1585-86

Border Health Centre, Climax, changes, emergency services: Elhard, 1407-8, 1552-53; Nilson, 1407-8, 1552-53

Craik and District Health Centre, closure, downsizing: Nilson, 929; Stewart, 929

Foam Lake, services, changes: Draude, 864-65; Nilson, 864-65

Gull Lake Special Care Centre, closure: Elhard, 1094-95

Health care professionals, downsizing, concerns: Calvert, 1191-92; Gantefoer, 1187-88; Nilson, 1187-88; Wall, 1191-92

Health care professionals, shortage, critical, solutions: Cheveldayoff, 1672; Gantefoer, 182; Nilson, 182, 1672; Thomson, 1672

Health care workers, memorandum of agreement, unions, Saskatchewan Association of Health Organizations, signed prior to general election: Krawetz, 2332-36, 2365-67, 2397, 2406-7; Nilson, 2332-36, 2365-67, 2397-98, 2406-7

Health Dept., staff member, comments to client, magnetic resonance imaging reimbursement: McMorris, 2033; Nilson, 2033

Health Dept., staff member, comments to client, magnetic resonance imaging reimbursement, personnel investigation: Gantefoer, 2750-51; McMorris, 2732-33; Nilson, 2732-33, 2750-51

Health Labour Relations Reorganization Amendment Act, health care workers, effect on: Higgins, 2273-74; Krawetz, 2273-74

Heartland Regional Health Authority, health service priorities, funding, challenges: Dearborn, 1334-35; Nilson, 1334-35

Highways and roads

Conditions, poor: Elhard, 3118-19; Hart, 3120; Sonntag, 3117-21; Stewart, 3119; Weekes, 3117-18

Construction and maintenance: Sonntag, 3023; Weekes, 3022-23

Highway No. 15, repairs, portion of highway: Brkich, 3021; Sonntag, 3021

Highway No. 35, repairs, north from United States border: Bakken Lackey, 3020; Sonntag, 3020-21

Highway No. 361, repairs: D'Autremont, 3022; Sonntag, 3022

Highway No. 368, repairs: Kirsch, 3021; Sonntag, 3021-22

Northern Saskatchewan, deterioration, maintenance: Sonntag, 2601-2; Weekes, 2601-2

Hospital waiting lists

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), policy, out-of-province referrals, reimbursement: Huyghebaert, 530-31; Nilson, 530-31

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), waiting times: Draude, 1670; McMorris, 2032-33; Nilson, 242-44; 1670, 2032-33; Wall, 242-44

Management: Bakken, 620; McMorris, 2368-69; Nilson, 620, 2368-69

Referral system, out-of-province: Nilson, 1135; Wall, 1134-35

Referrals, in-province, out-of-province: Gantefoer, 1279; Nilson, 1279

Saskatchewan Surgical Care Network, waiting times, assistance: Nilson, 529-30; Wall, 529

Surgery

Chisholm, 816; Eagles, 816; Hermanson, 815; Huyghebaert, 815; Nilson, 46-47, 815-17; Toth, 815; Wall, 45-47, 210-11

Corrective measures: McMorris, 2112-14; Nilson, 148, 211-12, 2113-15; Wall, 147-48, 211-12

Elective, cancellation, Saskatoon Health District: Nilson, 46; Wall, 45

Gastric bypass, Jim Williamson case: Gantefoer, 1907-8; Nilson, 1907-8

Orthopedic, Wade Roberts case: Gantefoer, 1951-52; Nilson, 1952

Prostate cancer, waiting times: Krawetz, 1669; McMorris, 2114; Nilson, 1669, 2114

Prostate cancer, waiting times, Saskatoon and Regina: Gantefoer, 1249-50; Nilson, 1250-51

Prostate cancer, waiting times, Surgical Care Network: Nilson, 1134; Wall, 1133-34

Waiting times: McMorris, 3069-70; Nilson, 3070

Hospitals

Beds, shortage: Bakken, 619; Nilson, 619-620

Children's, Saskatoon: Cheveldayoff, 3071-72; Nilson, 3072

Closures

Conversions, community hospitals, public hearings: Gantefoer, 863-64; Nilson, 863-64

Conversions, numbers, location: Gantefoer, 324-25

Number of beds: Heppner, 438

Reverse decision: Gantefoer, 470

Code burgundy, management system, patient ebb and flow, frequency of use: Gantefoer, 112; Nilson, 111-13; Wall, 111

Community, services, maintain: Gantefoer, 864; Nilson, 864

Emergency services: Harpauer, 1671-72; Nilson, 1671-72

Herbert-Morse Union Hospital, Herbert long-term care facilities, integration: Nilson, 1188-90, 1551; Stewart, 1188-89, 1551

Intensive care units, nursing resources: Nilson, 3136-38; Wall, 3136-38

Kerrobert Hospital, closure, downsizing: Dearborn, 1093-94

Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon

Emergency services, Dr. Jon Witt, investigation, reinstatement: Gantefoer, 341, 558; Nilson, 341, 558

Emergency services, investigation, reports, public dissemination: Gantefoer, 341, 1471; Nilson, 341, 1471-72

Emergency services, patient waiting times: Gantefoer, 47-48, 78, 149-50; Nilson, 48, 78, 149-50

St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Humboldt, new, funding request: Harpauer, 2149-50; Nilson, 2149-51

St. Paul's Hospital, Saskatoon, specialized equipment beds, availability: Merriman, 1502-3; Nilson, 1502-3

St. Peter's Hospital, Melville, services: Bjornerud, 403-4; Nilson, 403-4

Housing, northern Saskatchewan, condition, improvements: Allchurch, 2752-53; Belanger, 2752; Crofford, 2752-53

Immigration, Saskatchewan immigrant nominee program, statistics, targets: Atkinson, 2917-18; Cheveldayoff, 2917-18

Income tax, low-income earners, relief: Calvert, 2189-90; Cheveldayoff, 2007-8, 2189-90; Van Mulligen, 2007-8

Income tax, personal, indexation, annual modifications: Chisholm, 471; Krawetz, 1746-47; Van Mulligen, 471, 1747

Industry and Resources Dept., key actions (2004-2005), marketing Saskatchewan: Cline, 826; Wakefield, 826

Information, government, confidential, improper access: Atkinson, 3226; Crofford, 3226; Heppner, 3225-26

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan, annual report (2004), profit: Cline, 2511; D'Autremont, 2511

Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan, dividends, international marketing: Cline, 2511-12; D'Autremont, 2511-12

Investment Saskatchewan Inc., dividends: Cline, 2686-87; Elhard, 2686-87

Investment Saskatchewan Inc., losses, high-risk business ventures: Elhard, 901-2; Serby, 901-2

Justice, administration, court cases, comments, Minister of Justice: Morgan, 787-88; Quennell, 787-88

Labour Dept., deputy minister, former, severance package: Atkinson, 1385-86, 1398-99; Dearborn, 1398; Higgins, 1331-32; McMorris, 1331-32, 1385-86

Labour legislation, policies, government: Calvert, 1898-99; Wall, 1898-99

Labour Standards Act

Amendments, public consultation: Higgins, 3037; Wall, 3036-37

Employers, compliance: Higgins, 1955; Morgan, 1955

Employment after leave of absence, Legal Aid Commission, Jack Hillson, former MLA: Calvert, 82; Morgan, 81-82, 1955-56; Quennell, 81-82, 1955-56

Section 13.4, proclamation, employees, working hours: Calvert, 1922-23; Hart, 1896-98; Higgins, 1897-98, 1921-22, 1954-55; Wall, 1921-23, 1954

Section 13.4, repeal: Higgins, 2566-67, 2614, 2773, 2827-28, 2968-69, 3018-19; Krawetz, 2566-67, 2614, 2773, 2827-28, 2968-69, 3018-19

Labour Standards Amendment Act, 2004 (No. 2), Bill 86, suspension: Higgins, 3019; Krawetz, 3019

Lakes

Cowan Lake, dead fish: Forbes, 960, 1041; Huyghebaert, 960

Crooked Lake, Round Lake, water levels, dispute resolution, First Nations, federal government: Bjornerud, 2831; Forbes, 2831

Wascana Lake revitalization project, Regina, souvenir dirt, origin: D'Autremont, 866-67; Higgins, 866-67

Legislative Assembly members, wages and benefits, process for assigning: Calvert, 2393-94; Wall, 2393-94

Liberal Party (Canada), agreement, New Democratic Party (Canada), Saskatchewan, benefits: Calvert, 2734-36; Wall, 2734-35

Liberal Party (Saskatchewan), annual financial statements, late submission, consequences: Heppner, 2881-83, 3035-36; Quennell, 3035-36; Serby, 2881-83

Livestock industry, development, processing industry development, incentives, assistance: Serby, 2078-79; Wall, 2078-79

Livestock industry, hogs, Heartland pork group, Saskatchewan Wheat Pool investment, losses: Cline, 1332-33; Stewart, 1332

Long-term care

Beds, closures

Heppner, 325, 437, 470, 589-90

Davidson: Brkich, 1241, 1290-91, 1333-34, 1551-52; Nilson, 1241, 1290-91, 1333-34, 1552

Davidson, public meeting: Brkich, 1424; Nilson, 1424

Imperial, Craik: Brkich, 656

Rockglen, Glentworth: Huyghebaert, 657-58

Weyburn, Tatagwa View facility: Bakken, 1240; Nilson, 1240-41

Wilkie, Langham, Biggar: Weekes, 657

Comments of member: Heppner, 589-90; Nilson, 589-90

Re-evaluation, changes, available resources: Nilson, 325, 656-58

Macular degeneration, treatment, coverage by Saskatchewan Health: McMorris, 2405-6, 2418-19; Nilson, 2405-6, 2418-19

Mandatory Testing and Disclosure (Bodily Substances) Act, regulations, compilation, proclamation of legislation: Morgan, 3138-39; Quennell, 3138-39

Manufacturing industry, manufacturing and processing, new businesses, tax relief: Cheveldayoff, 2521-22; Van Mulligen, 2521-22

Meat processing industry

Beef Initiative Group, packing plant, feasibility study, funding: Bjornerud, 2625-26; Serby, 2625-26

World Meat Congress, Winnipeg (2004), attendance: Stewart, 1656; Wartman, 1656

Worldwide Pork, Moose Jaw, closure, restructuring: Stewart, 3222-23, 3250; Wartman, 3223-24, 3250-51

Métis, Métis Nation of Saskatchewan, elections, problems, resolution: Draude, 1553, 1656-57; Sonntag, 1553, 1656-57

Midwives, legislation, proclamation: Draude, 927-28, 2881; Nilson, 927-28, 2881

Mining industry, potash, growth, investments: Calvert, 1899-1900; Cline, 1899; Wall, 1899

Motor vehicles, registration fees, increase, Saskatchewan Government Insurance: Atkinson, 213; Elhard, 212-13; Sonntag, 212

Municipalities, revenue-sharing agreement: Cheveldayoff, 2566; Taylor, 2566

Municipalities, revenue-sharing agreement, request for changes: Huyghebaert, 2148-49, 2309-10; Taylor, 2148-49, 2309-10, 2445-46; Wall, 2445-46

Natural gas, rates

Commercial customers, SaskEnergy, CEG Energy Options Inc.: Elhard, 620-22; Van Mulligen, 620-22

Residential customers: Elhard, 929-31; Van Mulligen, 930-31

Residential customers, SaskEnergy exit charges, effect on competition: Elhard, 942-43; Van Mulligen, 943

Nurses

Bursary program, continuation: Cheveldayoff, 80; Nilson, 80

Contract negotiations, salaries: Crofford, 2867; McMorris, 2867

Contract negotiations, salary mandate: McMorris, 2046

Contract negotiations, staffing levels: McMorris, 2867-68; Nilson, 2868

Cypress Hills regional hospital, practice issues: Nilson, 2895-96; Wall, 2895-96

Graduates, new, employment: Cheveldayoff, 80-81; McMorris, 2212; Nilson, 80-81, 2212

Job losses/changes, effect: Gantefoer, 1237-38; Nilson, 1237-38

Nursing Education Program of Saskatchewan, seats, increase, enrolment (2003), funding: Cheveldayoff, 1037-38; Thomson, 1037-38

Salaries, retention: McMorris, 2238-39; Nilson, 2238-39

Shortage: Gantefoer, 813-14; Nilson, 814-15

Shortage, retention, overtime issues: McMorris, 2045-46, 2519; Nilson, 2045-46, 2519

Vacant positions: McMorris, 3034-35, 3070-71; Nilson, 3034-35, 3070-71

Oil industry, oil and gas, taxation, effect on development: Bakken, 2407-10; Cline, 2408-10

Oil industry, revenue, budget estimates (2005): Cheveldayoff, 2447-48, 2774; Van Mulligen, 2447-48, 2774

Parks, provincial

Fees, campfire permits: Forbes, 472; Huyghebaert, 471-72

Fees, increase: Calvert, 327; Forbes, 326; Huyghebaert, 326-27

Spring opening dates (2004): Forbes, 326, 344-46, 401-2, 440; Huyghebaert, 326, 439-41; Wall, 344-46, 401-2

Victoria Day weekend (2005), vandalism, violence, corrective measures: D'Autremont, 3159; Forbes, 3159-60

Physicians/Doctors

Orthopedic surgeons, Yorkton: Bjornerud, 1952-53; Nilson, 1953

Psychiatrist, Weyburn, clinical credentials removed, patient notification: McMorris, 3134-35; Nilson, 3134-36

Urologists, recruitment, Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region: Gantefoer, 558, 1278; Nilson, 558, 1278-79

Witt, Jon, director of emergency medicine, Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, dismissal: Gantefoer, 16-19, 47-48; Nilson, 17-19, 47-48

Witt, Jon, director of emergency medicine, Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, independent investigation: Gantefoer, 79, 150; Nilson, 79

Police services

Officers, additional, funding: Kerpan, 588-89; Morgan 2307-8; Quennell, 589, 2308

Officers, Regina, 911 call, response time: Kerpan, 588; Quennell, 588

Officers, Regina, staffing: Kerpan, 687; Quennell, 687

Officers, Saskatoon, funding: Morgan, 2536-37; Quennell, 2536-37

St. Brieux, costs: Kirsch, 1137; Quennell, 1137

Population

Out-migration: Cline, 49; Merriman, 48-49

Statistics, employment development: Cline, 2272-73; Wall, 2272-73

Potato industry

Growers, compensation from Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company, out-of-court settlement: Brkich, 1795-96; Prebble, 1795-96

Microgro, seed potato greenhouse, financial situation vis-à-vis Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company: Bakken, 1863-65; Prebble, 1863-65; Wall, 1865

NewLeaf potatoes, genetically modified, Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company, sales: Hermanson, 1793-95, 1807, 1838-39; Prebble, 1793-95, 1807-8, 1813-14, 1839-40

Prairie Diagnostic Services, funding: Stewart, 962-63; Wartman, 962-63

Property assessment, business, property taxes: Huyghebaert, 3158; Taylor, 3158-59

Property tax

Education tax

Farm land: Bjornerud, 270, 3251-52; Calvert, 270; Thomson, 3251-52

Relief

Bjornerud, 471, 963-64, 1473-74; Calvert, 1092-93, 1473-75, 1517-19; Krawetz, 1107-8; McMorris, 497-99, 931-32, 1091-93; Thomson, 471, 497-99, 963-64, 1105-7, 1110; Wall, 1105-6, 1517-19

Investment losses: Wall, 1109-10

Rural municipalities: Bjornerud, 404-5, 690-91, 1520-21; Calvert, 1521-22; Taylor, 690-91; Thomson, 404-5, 1521

Rural municipalities, relief: Bjornerud, 720-21; Taylor, 720-21

Saskatoon, increase: Cheveldayoff, 2565; Taylor, 2565-66

Provincial sales tax

Increase (2004), indications during election campaign: Calvert, 268-69; Krawetz, 244-46, 268-69; Van Mulligen, 244-46

Increase (2004), renege: Krawetz, 469-70; Van Mulligen, 470

Reduction: Krawetz, 1746; Van Mulligen, 1746, 2146-47; Wall, 2146-47

Public sector, contract negotiations, wage/salary parameters: Calvert, 2192-93; Crofford, 2161, 2237-38, 2448-49, 2603-4; Krawetz, 2161, 2191-92, 2237-38, 2448-49, 2535-36; McMorris, 2603-4; Thomson, 2535-36

Public service

Employment screening, criminal record checks: Atkinson, 2396, 3156-57; Hart, 3156; Morgan, 2396

Pay equity, joint job evaluation, payback of wages: Higgins, 3252-53; Krawetz, 3252-53; Wall, 3253

Positions, elimination, rationale, cost savings: Krawetz, 441; Van Mulligen, 441

Sexual harassment, Murdoch Carriere case, victims, settlement: Atkinson, 1037; Draude, 1037

Recognition of John George Diefenbaker Day Act, legislation, support: Brkich, 1923; Calvert, 1923-24

Rural economy, development, recommendations: Brkich, 3121-22; Serby, 3121-22

Saskatchewan, future, long-term plans: Calvert, 292-93, 3254-55; Van Mulligen, 292; Wall, 292-93, 3253-54

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities, conference delegates, Regina, ministerial comments: Calvert, 1517; Wall, 1517

Saskatchewan Business Council: Higgins, 3122-23; Krawetz, 3122; Wall, 3122-23

Saskatchewan Health Information Network, patient records, electronic, development, functionality: Gantefoer, 655-56; Nilson, 655-56

Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology, strike

Cheveldayoff, 182-83; Thomson, 183

Kelsey Campus, Saskatoon: Cheveldayoff, 113; Thomson, 113

Progress: Thomson, 267-68

Settlement agreement, rejected by cabinet: Cheveldayoff, 495; Thomson, 495

Settlement proposals: Cheveldayoff, 495-97; Thomson, 495-97

Students, effect on: Brkich, 533; Eagles, 533; Harpauer, 533; Thomson, 533-34

Students, financial losses, compensation: Brkich, 532; Thomson, 532

Students, loss of year of study: Cheveldayoff, 267-68, 342-43; Thomson, 342-43

Termination, negotiations: Cheveldayoff, 531-32; Thomson, 531-32

Saskatchewan Liquor Board, stores, proposed, Estevan, Kindersley, Swift Current vs. funding health care: Calvert, 1688, 1690-91; Cline, 1686-87, 1689-90; Dearborn, 1688-89; Eagles, 1689-90; Nilson, 1687-88; Wall, 1686-87, 1690-91

Saskatchewan Potato Utility Development Company

Litigation

Claims, evidence: Prebble, 1837-38; Wall, 1837-38

Costs: Eagles, 2478-79; Morgan, 1924-25; Prebble, 1924-26, 2478-79

Counterclaims: D'Autremont, 1810-11; Elhard, 1264-68, 1277; Morgan, 1135-36; Prebble, 1135-36, 1265-68, 1277, 1811

Counterclaims, brief, funding for lawsuit by plaintiffs: Morgan, 1895-96; Prebble, 1895-96

Expenses, former Vice-Chair of SaskWater, payment by government: Hermanson, 2602-3; Prebble, 2602-3

Request for action against government member: Morgan, 1908-11; Prebble, 1908-12; Wall, 1911-12