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Saskatchewan. Special Committee on Highway Traffic and Safety (1973-1975)

  • GA 25
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1973-1975

The Special Committee on Highway Traffic and Safety, 1973-1975 was appointed on February 19, 1973 during the Third Session of the Seventeenth Legislature. It met fifty-seven times from May 3, 1973 to February 20, 1975. This includes twenty-seven public hearings and special detailed sessions that were held between June 1973 and August 1974. A Steering Committee was formed and it met ten times. Members of the Committee also attended several workshops, information sessions and conferences throughout Saskatchewan and Canada, and travelled to Phoenix Arizona, to better understand the issues surrounding highway traffic and safety. The Committee presented its Final Report on February 21, 1975.

Members of the Special Committee on Highway Traffic and Safety, 1973-1975 were: A. Thibault, MLA (Melfort-Kinistino) (Chairman); G.B. Grant, MLA (Regina Whitmore Park) (Vice-Chairman); D. Boldt, MLA (Rosthern); M. Feduniak, MLA (Turtleford); A. R. Guy, MLA (Athabasca); F. Meakes, MLA (Touchwood); D.W. Michayluk, MLA (Redberry); A.R. Oliver, MLA (Shaunavon); and E. Whelan, MLA (Regina North West).

Staff members for the Committee were: M.D. Harbottle (Secretary); G. Ronyk (Secretary); Z.J. Topuschak (Research Assistant); M.D. Charowsky (Research Assistant); J. Rublee (Committee Stenographer); and M. Kelly (Recording Secretary).

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).

Saskatchewan. Standing Committee on Private Members' Bills

  • GA 34
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1903 - 2003

The Select Standing Committee on Standing Orders and Private Bills was established in April, 1903. In its early years, the Committee also functioned as the Select Standing Committee on Private Bills and Railways (1906-1917). It became known as the Select Standing Committee on Private Bills in 1918 and functioned as such until 1981. In November, 1981, the Committee's name was changed to the Standing Committee on Private Members' Bills. The Committee's function was to examine all proposed Private Bills, and Public Bills introduced by a Private Member, both prior to introduction in the Assembly and after receiving second reading in the Assembly.

The Standing Committee on Private Members' Bills was struck at the beginning of each Legislature, and lapsed upon dissolution of that Legislature. Membership was determined by a Special Nominating Committee at the beginning of each Legislature. The Committee was usually chaired by a member of Government. The ratio of party members within the committee reflected the proportion of the seats in the Assembly. Membership of the Committee consisted of between eight and ten Members.

The Committee was permitted to meet both during and in between legislative sessions. It was served by a Clerk-at-the-Table of the Legislative Assembly.

The Standing Committee on Private Members' Bills was dissolved in 2003 upon the recommendation of the Special Committee on Rules and Procedures. Since the commencement of the Twenty-fifth Legislature in 2004, the Standing Committee on Private Bills has operated as a House Committee under the Standing Committee structure.

Saskatchewan. Continuing Select Committee

  • GA 29
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1981-2003

The Continuing Select Committee was originally established on November 27, 1981 (Fourth Session - Nineteenth Legislature) to select members for and determine the terms of reference for other Select Committees appointed throughout the Legislature. The Committee met on a regular basis between 1981 and 2003.

The Committee met once during the First Session of the Twentieth Legislature, twice during the Second Session of the Twentieth Legislature, and once during the Third Session of the Twentieth Legislature.

Members of the Continuing Select Committee during the Twentieth Legislature were: Arnold Tusa, MLA (Last Mountain-Touchwood) (Chairman); Dwain Lingenfelter, MLA (Shaunavon) (Vice-Chairman); Larry Birkbeck, MLA (Moosomin); Joan Duncan, MLA (Maple Creek); James Garner, MLA (Wilkie); Ralph Katzman, MLA (Rosthern); Murray Koskie, MLA (Quill Lakes); Gerald Muirhead, MLA (Arm River); and Lloyd Sauder, MLA (Nipawin).

Staff member for the Committee was Gordon Barnhart (Clerk).

The Continuing Select Committee continued its functions in other legislative sessions until it was dissolved in June, 2003 upon the recommendation of the Special Committee on Rules and Procedures.

Saskatchewan. Special Committee on Welfare

  • GA 23
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1972 - 1973

The Special Committee on the Legislative Library of Saskatchewan was appointed on May 3, 1972 during the Second Session of the Seventeenth Legislature. It met sixty-nine times, from May 15, 1972 to November 13, 1973. Public hearings and private meetings held within those dates. The Committee presented its Interim Report on January 17, 1973, and its Final Report on November 13, 1973.

Members of the Special Committee on Welfare were: Paul Mostoway, MLA (Hanley) (Chairman); Jack Wiebe, MLA (Morse) (Vice-Chairman); John K. Comer, MLA (Nipawin); Hal Coupland, MLA (Meadow Lake); Elwood Cowley, MLA (Biggar); Mike Feschuk, MLA (Prince Albert East); Dave Lange, MLA (Assiniboia-Bengough); Leonard M. Larson, MLA (Pelly); Cy MacDonald, MLA (Milestone); Adolph S. Matsalla, MLA (Canora); Auburn Pepper, MLA (Weyburn); Herman Rolfes, MLA (Saskatoon Nutana South); and Alex Taylor, MLA (Kerrobert-Kindersley). Members Cowley and Taylor resigned while the Committee stood due to their appointments to Cabinet. As replacement, Members Lange and Pepper were appointed to the Committee on May 1, 1973.

Staff members for the Committee were: Gordon Barnhart (Secretary); Merry Harbottle (Secretary); Lorne Dunsmore (Research Assistant); and Margaret Mickleborough (Committee Advisor).

Saskatchewan. Standing Committee on Estimates

  • GA 32
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1981-2003

The Standing Committee on Estimates was established in 1981 to review and consider budgetary estimates that were referred to it by the Legislative Assembly, and made recommendations thereon.

The Committee was struck at the beginning of each Legislature, and lapsed upon dissolution of that Legislature. Membership was determined by a Special Nominating Committee at the beginning of each Legislature. Membership consisted of nine to ten Members.

The Committee was usually chaired by a member of Government. The ratio of party members within the committee reflected the proportion of the seats in the Assembly.

The Committee was permitted to meet both during and in between sessions. It was served by a Clerk-at-the-Table of the Legislative Assembly.

The Standing Committee on Estimates was dissolved in June, 2003 upon recommendation of the Special Committee on Rules and Procedures.

Saskatchewan. Standing Committee on Public Accounts

  • GA 35
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1889-

The Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts and Printing was originally established in 1889 and was known as such until 1894. From 1895 to 1905, the Committee was known as the Select Standing Committee on Public Accounts, and in 1906 reverted to its original name until 1981.

In November, 1981 the Committee became known as the Standing Committee on Public Accounts. It reviews expenditures and revenues of the government as detailed in each fiscal year's Public Accounts Report and Provincial Auditor's Report and makes recommendations thereon. The Committee involves the Provincial Auditor, the Comptroller and officials from departments of the government to provide insight to the financial information that it is presented.

During the 1980s and 1990s, the Committee was struck at the beginning of each Legislature, and lapsed upon dissolution of that Legislature. Membership was determined by a Special Nominating Committee at the beginning of each Legislature. Its membership consisted of ten Members, and was chaired by a member of the Opposition. The ratio of party members within the committee reflected the proportion of the seats in the Assembly. The Committee was permitted to meet both during and in between legislative sessions. It was served by a Clerk-at-the-Table of the Legislative Assembly.

Upon recommendation from the Special Committee on Rules and Procedures, the structure and operation of standing committees in the Legislative Assembly changed extensively in 2003. A new committee structure was implemented in the first session of the Twenty-fifth Legislature. The Standing Committee on Public Accounts operates as the Legislative Assembly's only Scrutiny Committee. However, the Committee's purpose and functions remain the same as they were prior to 2003.

Saskatchewan. Standing Committee on Crown Corporations

  • GA 31
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1946 - 2003

The Standing Committee on Crown Corporations was established in February, 1946 to examine the annual reports and financial statements of the Province's Crown corporations and related agencies.

The Committee was originally named the Select Standing Committee on Crown Corporations and its name was changed to the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations in November, 1981.

The Committee was struck at the beginning of each Legislature, and lapsed upon dissolution of that Legislature. Membership was determined by a Special Nominating Committee at the beginning of each Legislature.

Between 1982 and 1991, the membership of the Standing Committee on Crown Corporations consisted of twenty Members. By 2003, nine members stood on the Committee.

The Committee was usually chaired by a member of Government. The ratio of party members within the committee reflected the proportion of seats held in the Assembly.

The Committee was permitted to meet both during and in between sessions. Daily substitutions by Members were also permitted in the Committee. It was served by a Clerk-at-the-Table of the Legislative Assembly.

The Standing Committee on Crown Corporations was dissolved in June, 2003 upon the recommendation of the Special Committee on Rules and Procedures. Since the commencement of the Twenty-fifth Legislature in 2004, the Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies has operated as a Policy Field Committee under the Standing Committee structure.

Saskatchewan. Standing Committee on Non-Controversial Bills

  • GA 33
  • Secondary Agency
  • 1971-2003

The Select Standing Committee on Non-Controversial Bills was established in July, 1971 to review Bills that were referred to the Committee by the Ministers responsible for the Bill and his/her officials, and made recommendations thereon. The Committee became known as the Standing Committee on Non-Controversial Bills in November, 1981.

The Committee was struck at the beginning of each Legislature, and lapsed upon dissolution of that Legislature. Membership was determined by a Special Nominating Committee at the beginning of each Legislature. Membership consisted of between seven and ten Members.

The Committee was chaired by a member of the Opposition, with the majority of membership also being held by the Opposition.

The Committee was permitted to meet both during and in between sessions. Daily substitutions by Members were also permitted in the Committee. It was served by a Clerk-at-the-Table of the Legislative Assembly.

The Standing Committee on Non-Controversial Bills was dissolved in June, 2003 upon the recommendation of the Special Committee on Rules and Expenditures.

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