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Klein, Jack, 1935-

  • PA 344
  • Personne
  • 1935-

Jack Charles Klein was born on July 13, 1935 in Weyburn, Saskatchewan to Charles Klein and Josephine Kotowicz. He attended St. Joseph School, Holy Rosary School, and Campion College High School in Regina, Saskatchewan.

Prior to his entry into politics, Klein worked in Regina as an insurance salesman, real estate agent and small business manager.

Klein was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in 1982 and served as the Progressive Conservative member for the Regina North (1982-1986) and Regina South (1986-1991) constituencies. Klein served in the Grant Devine Government as Minister of Tourism and Small Business (1983-1985); Minister of Urban Affairs (1986-1989); Minister of Trade and Investment (1989-1990); Minister of Consumer and Commercial Affairs (1990-1991); and Minister of Human Resources, Labour and Employment (1991).

Klein was Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Economic Development Corporation (1983-1985); SaskExpo 86 Corporation (1984-1985); Saskatchewan Housing Corporation (1986-1989, 1990-1991); Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency (1986-1989); Local Government Board (1986-1989); Provincial Planning Appeals Board (1986-1989); Wakamow Valley Authority (1986-1989); Wascana Centre Authority (1986-1989); Saskatchewan Government Growth Fund Management Corporation (1989-1990); Saskatchewan Municipal Board (1989); Agricultural Implements Board (1990); Saskatchewan Gaming Commission (1990-1991); Labour Relations Board (1990-1991); Workers' Compensation Board (1990-1991); Workers' Advocate (1990-1991); Minimum Wage Board (1990-1991); and Saskatchewan Telecommunications (1991).

Klein ran in the Regina Albert South constituency in the 1991 provincial general election and was defeated by Serge Kujawa (NDP).

Klein married Shirley Tokalski on September 1, 1956. They have five children: Mark, Catherine, Bradford, Luke and Michael.

Smishek, Walter Edmund, 1925-2014

  • PA 244
  • Personne
  • 1925-2014

Walter Edmund Smishek was born on July 21, 1925 in Sokal, Poland to Andrew Joseph and Mary (Homeniuk) Smishek. He moved to Saskatchewan with his family in 1930 and was raised on the family farm near Hafford.

Smishek worked with a grocery wholesale firm for five years before becoming a representative for the Saskatchewan Joint Board of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union in 1949. He held the position until 1960 and again from 1964 to 1971. From 1960 to 1964 he was executive secretary to the Saskatchewan Federation of Labour.

Smishek was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in 1964 and served as a Cooperative Commonwealth Federation (CCF) Member of the Legislative Assembly (M.L.A.) for Regina East (1964-1967) and as a New Democratic Party (NDP) M.L.A. for Regina North East (1967-1982). Smishek served in the Allan Blakeney Government as Minister of Public Health (1971-1974); Minister of Health (1974-1975); Minister of Finance (1975-1979); Minister of Municipal Affairs (Urban) (1979-1980); and Minister of Urban Affairs (1980-1982). He was Minister Responsible for numerous agencies, boards and commissions.

Smishek lost his seat in the 1982 provincial general election to Russell Sutor of the Progressive Conservative party. After leaving provincial politics, Smishek worked for the federal department of Indian and Northern Affairs until his retirement. Smishek continued to live in Regina until his death on December 22, 2014.

Smishek married Ruth Bernice Schuck on August 20, 1955. They had three children: Mark, Kelly, and Erica.

Berntson, Eric Arthur, 1941-2018

  • PA 314
  • Personne
  • 1941-2018

Eric Arthur Berntson was born on May 16, 1941 at Oxbow, Saskatchewan to Arthur Berntson and Johanna Larson. He received his early education at Glen Ewen, Saskatchewan and attended high school at Halifax, Nova Scotia. He later attended the University of Calgary.

After serving eight years as a pilot with the Royal Canadian Navy and Royal Canadian Air Force, Berntson moved to Calgary, Alberta, where he worked in electronic data processing for National Cash Register. He returned to Saskatchewan around 1972 and began farming in the Carievale district. Berntson was a member of the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, the Western Canadian Wheat Growers Association and the Royal Canadian Legion.

Berntson was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in 1975 and served as a Progressive Conservative MLA for the Souris-Cannington constituency until 1990. He was Leader of the Official Opposition in the Saskatchewan Legislature from 1979 to 1982. Berntson served in the Grant Devine Government as Minister of Agriculture (1982-1983); Minister of Economic Development and Trade (1983-1985); Provincial Secretary (1983-1990); Minister of Economic Development and Tourism (1989-1990) and Deputy Premier (1982-1989). He was Minister Responsible for numerous agencies, boards and commissions including Agricultural Development Corporation (1982-1990); Saskatchewan Water Corporation (1985-1986); Souris Basin Development Authority (1986-1989); Saskatchewan Mining Development Corporation (1988-1990) and Crown Investments Corporation (1987-1990).

Berntson resigned from Cabinet on April 10, 1990 and vacated his seat in the Saskatchewan Legislature on July 19, 1990. On September 27, 1990, he was appointed to the Senate of Canada on the advice of Prime Minister Brian Mulroney. Berntson served as Deputy Leader of the Opposition in the Senate from 1994 to 1997. He resigned his seat in the Senate on February 27, 2001.

Eric Berntson died at Ottawa, Ontario on September 23, 2018.

Provincial Council of Women of Saskatchewan, 1919-

  • PA 53
  • Collectivité
  • 1919-

The National Council of Women of Canada, founded in 1893, is a federation of organizations that work for change and improvement at community, provincial, national and international levels. To present day, the vision and mission of the National and Provincial Councils of Women has remained the same: to influence political decision-making and public attitudes for the well-being of society, through education and advocacy; and to empower all women to work together towards improving the quality of life for women, families, and society through a forum of member organizations and individuals. Provincial councils were deemed necessary since the provincial government has jurisdiction over education, health and welfare.

The Provincial Council of Women of Saskatchewan was established in 1919. The Council consists of delegates from affiliated organizations and interested individuals who are concerned with issues relating to improving conditions for women, families, and communities. Study groups and committees meet to develop resolutions, which are then presented to the Government of Saskatchewan.

McLeod, George Malcolm, 1946-

  • PA 338
  • Personne
  • 1946-

George Malcolm McLeod was born on January 5, 1946 in Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan to Stanley Malcolm McLeod and Lena Rose Code. He received his primary and secondary education in Meadow Lake and earned a Bachelor of Education degree in History and Physical Education from the University of Saskatchewan (Regina Campus) in 1969.

McLeod was a teacher in the Meadow Lake School Unit from 1970 to 1972. He became Vice-Principal of Jonas Samson Junior High School in Meadow Lake in 1972 and served as Principal from 1974 to 1982. McLeod sat on the Meadow Lake Town Council from 1973 to1977 and was a founding member of the Meadow Lake Recreation Association.

McLeod was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in 1978 and served as a Progressive Conservative MLA for the Meadow Lake constituency until 1991. McLeod served in the Grant Devine Government as Minister of Tourism and Renewable Resources (1982-1983); Minister of Northern Saskatchewan (1982-1984); Minister of Tourism and Small Business (1983); Minister of Supply and Services (1983-1985); Minister of Advanced Education and Manpower (1985-1986); and Minister of Health (1986-1991).

McLeod was Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Fur Marketing Service (1982-1983); Public Service Commission (1983-1985); Liquor Board (1983-1986); Liquor Licensing Commission (1983-1986); Saskatchewan Government Printing Company (1983-1985); Northern Affairs Secretariat (1984-1985); Saskatchewan Forest Products Corporation (1985-1991); Saskatchewan Archives Board (1985-1986); Advanced Technical Training Centre of Saskatchewan Corporation (1985-1986); Saskatchewan Research Council (1985-1986); Saskatchewan Medical Care Insurance Commission (1986-1987); Saskatchewan Cancer Foundation (1986-1991); Saskatchewan Alcohol and Drug Abuse Commission (1986-1989, 1990-1991); Saskatchewan Health Research Board (1987-1989, 1990-1991); Saskatchewan Power Corporation (1989-1991); and Saskatchewan Transportation Company (1989-1991).

McLeod lost his seat in the 1991 provincial general election to Maynard Sonntag (NDP).

McLeod currently (2006) resides at Kimball Lake, Saskatchewan.

George McLeod married Karen Bird on July 17, 1971. They have two children: Natasha and Trevor.

Saskatchewan. Special Committee on the Review of the Legislative Library

  • GA 21
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1979 - 1981

The Special Committee on the Review of the Legislative Library was appointed on May 3, 1979 during the First Session of the Nineteenth Legislature. It met fourteen times, from June 9, 1979 to May 4, 1981. The Committee travelled to Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton and Victoria to tour legislative libraries in those jurisdictions. It received six briefs and conducted six interviews with selected individuals. The Committee presented its Final Report on May 7, 1981.

Members of the Special Committee on the Review of the Legislative Library were: Hon. D McArthur, MLA (Regina Lakeview) (Chairman); R. Katzman, MLA (Rosthern) (Vice-Chairman); Hon. D. Lingenfelter, MLA (Shaunavon); Hon. R. Long, MLA (Cutkinfe-Lloydminster); Hon. G. MacMurchy, MLA (Last Mountain-Touchwood); R. Nelson, MLA (Yorkton); R. Pickering, MLA (Bengough-Milestone); B. Poniatowski, MLA (Saskatoon Eastview); G. Taylor, MLA (Indian Head-Wolseley); and C. White, MLA (Regina Wascana).

Staff members for the Committee were: Gwenn Ronyk (Secretary, May 1979 - December 1980); David Mitchell (Secretary, January 1981 - May 1981); and Carol Adams (Research Assistant).

Saskatchewan. Special Committee on Regulations

  • GA 15
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1963-2003

The Special Committee on Regulations was established in April, 1963 to review the bylaws of professional associations and to review regulations made pursuant to Acts in legislature.

The Committee was struck at the beginning of each Legislature for this purpose. Legal counsel for the Committee was provided by the Legislative Counsel and the Law Clerk, as well as by officials from the Department of Justice and others departments who appeared as witnesses before the Committee. A member of Opposition served as Chair of the Committee.

At the time these records were created, the Special Committee on Regulations was formed on June 1, 1984 during the Third Session of the Twentieth Legislature. The Committee received 19 Briefs and 14 oral presentations relating to the two White Papers it was examining. It presented its Final Report on April 11, 1985.

Members of the Special Committee on Regulations during the Third Session of the Twentieth Legislature were: Murray Koskie, MLA (Quill Lakes) (Chairman); Evelyn Bacon, MLA (Saskatoon Nutana) (Vice-Chairman); Harry Baker, MLA (Biggar); John Gerich, MLA (Redberry); Lloyd Sauder, MLA (Nipawin); Grant Schmidt, MLA (Melville); Russ Sutor, MLA (Regina North East); Fred Thompson, MLA (Athabasca); and Kim Young, MLA (Saskatoon Eastview).

Staff members were: Gwenn Ronyk (Clerk to the Committee); Lorraine Archer (Secretary); and Rose Zerr (Secretary).

In June 2003, the Special Committee on Regulations was phased out in legislative reforms recommended by the Special Committee on Rules and Procedures. At the commencement of the Twenty-fifth Legislature, the duties performed by the Special Committee on Regulations were taken over by the various Policy Field Committees under a newly-established Standing Committee structure.

Saskatchewan. Special Committee on the Ownership of Agricultural Lands

  • GA 17
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1972-1973

The Special Committee on the Ownership of Agricultural Lands was appointed on April 24, 1972 during the Second Session of the Seventeenth Legislature. It met twenty-nine times from May 6, 1972 through to March 23, 1973, and its Steering Committee met an additional six times. The Committee held thirteen public hearings throughout July and August, 1972. It also toured points in North Dakota and Colorado in July, 1972, and points in Saskatchewan in November, 1972. I t presented its Final Report on March 24, 1973.

Members of the Special Committee on the Ownership of Agricultural Lands were: John Kowalchuk, MLA (Melville) (Chairman); Tom Weatherald, MLA (Cannington) (Vice-Chairman); Irving Carlson, MLA (Yorkton); Terry Hanson, MLA (Qu'Appelle-Wolseley); Edgar Kaeding, MLA (Saltcoats); Ken MacLeod, MLA (Regina Albert Park); Frank Meakes, MLA (Touchwood); Hayden Owens, MLA (Elrose); Auburn Pepper, MLA (Weyburn); Jack Wiebe, MLA (Morse); and Hon. Ed. Tchorzewski, MLA (Humboldt) (Not active on Committee after appointment to Cabinet).

Staff members for the Committee were: Gordon L. Barnhart (Secretary); Roy A. Korpess (Research Assistant); Paul Jenson (Assistant); and Derril G. McLeod (Legal Counsel).

Saskatchewan. Select Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections

  • GA 26
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1906-2003

The Select Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections was established in March, 1906 and met at various times between 1906 and 2003 to examine matters relating to the privileges of the House or of its Members. Matters relating to elections were also brought forward to the Committee.

The Select Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections, was called upon on November 21, 1977 during the Fourth Session of the Eighteenth Legislature to examine if allegations contained in a letter written by Eric Berntson, MLA, Souris-Cannington on November 16, 1977 breached the privileges of any Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, and to determine if so what action should be taken thereon. It met nine times from November 23, 1977 to January 3, 1978. The Committee called seven witnesses, and five of the witnesses who appeared before the Committee were questioned under oath. The Committee presented its Report on January 3, 1978.

Members of the Select Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections were: M. Koskie, MLA (Quill Lakes) (Chairman); A. McMillan, MLA (Kindersley) (Vice-Chairman); D. Banda, MLA (Redberry); S. Cameron, MLA (Regina South); E. Cowley, MLA (Biggar); M. Feschuk, MLA (Prince Albert); R. Katzman, MLA (Rosthern); R. Larter, MLA (Estevan); G. MacMurchy, MLA (Last Mountain-Touchwood); G. MacNeill, MLA (Meadow Lake); R. Nelson, MLA (Yorkton); N. Shillington, MLA (Regina Centre); J. Skoberg, MLA (Moose Jaw North); W. Stodalka, MLA (Maple Creek); E. Tchorzewski, MLA (Humboldt); and C. Thatcher, MLA (Thunder Creek).

Staff Members for the Committee were: G. Barnhart (Clerk) and G. Roynk (Assistant Clerk).

The Committee has not been called upon since 1978. It became known as the Standing Committee on Privileges and Elections in November, 1981. Since the commencement of the Twenty-fifth Legislature in 2004, the Standing Committee on Privileges has operated as a House Committee under the Standing Committee structure.

Saskatchewan. Select Committee on Fire Prevention-Protection

  • GA 28
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1983-1984

The Select Committee on Fire Prevention-Protection was appointed on November 7, 1983 during the Second Session of the Twentieth Legislature. It met sixteen times from November 23, 1983 to March 23, 1984, including eight public hearings held in January 1984. As well, the Committee travelled to Gravenhurst and Toronto, Ontario in January 1984 to tour fire training facilities in those jurisdictions. The Committee presented its Final Report on March 23, 1984.

Members of the Select Committee on Fire Prevention-Protection were: Ralph Katzman, MLA (Rosthern) (Chairman); Allen Engel, MLA (Assiniboia-Gravelbourg) (Vice-Chairman); Michael Hopfner, MLA (Cut Knife-Lloydminster); Sherwin Petersen, MLA (Kelvington-Wadena); and Bill Sveinson, MLA (Regina North West).

Staff members for the Committee were: Louis Yanko (Technical Advisor); Les Parker (Technical Advisor); and David Mitchell (Clerk).

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