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Bitaemo: National Ukrainian Centennial Celebration

Lynda Haverstock, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, attends the National Ukrainian Centennial Celebration on April 3, 2005 at the Saskatchewan Centre of the Arts in Regina, Saskatchewan. The event was sponsored by the Association of United Ukrainian Canadians.

Greschner, Mark

Buckley Belanger poster

National Native Role Model Program poster featuring Buckley Belanger. Includes brief biographical sketch; colour photograph and quote from Belanger. "To Lynda What Could've been, should've been..." written on top corner and signed and dated by Belanger.

Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan Donation from Leslie and Irene Dubé

(1) Members of Mini Express from Saskatchewan Express entertain as guests arrive. Lynda Haverstock is seated in the audience.

(2) Dr. Lynda Haverstock welcomes guests to a Celebration of Thanksgiving.

(3) Children's Hospital Campaign Co-Chair Jim Yuel shares information about the new children's hospital. Lynda Haverstock and Don Black stand in background.

(4) Children's Hospital Campaign Co-Chair Don Black shares a Capital Campaign message. Co-Chair Jim Yuel stands in background.

(5) MLA Joceline Schriemer brings greetings on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan.

(6) Saskatoon Health Region CEO Maura Davies reinforces the need for a provincial children's hospital.

(7) Children's Hospital Campaign Honourary Co-Chair Brett Wilson shares a message on behalf of himself and Catriona Le May Doan.

(8) Brynn Boback-Lane, CEO of the Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan, invites Leslie and Irene Dubé to the stage.

(9) In front of a room full of friends, Leslie and Irene Dubé share their reason for giving to the provincial children's hospital.

(10) Leslie and Irene Dubé announce their gift - the largest individual gift made to a pediatric hospital in Western Canada.

(11) Celebration.

(12) Leslie and Irene Dubé sign the $6,500,000 cheque for the new provincial children's hospital.

(13) a standing ovation for this most generous gift.

(14) Leslie and Irene Dubé respond to the media.

(15) The celebration continues with friends and supporters of the Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.

(16) David Dubé and Brett Wilson, Children's Hospital Campaign Honourary Co-Chair.

(17) Bryan Richards, CHF Board Chair, Irene and Leslie Dubé, Brynn Boback-Lane, CEO of the Children's Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan.

(18) On behalf of the Children's Foundation of Saskatchewan and the children and families we serve, Thank You for Sharing!

Farewell for Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, Lynda Haverstock

Various images taken at the tribute for the Honourable Dr. Lynda M. Haverstock, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, and her husband, Harley Olsen. Includes images of entertainer Rory Allen; Alma and Simon Kytwayhat; the RCMP Academy Cadet Choir; and Saskatchewan Premier Lorne Calvert and his wife, Betty. The event was held at Government House and on the grounds adjacent to Luther College High School.

Governor General of Canada's visit to Saskatchewan

Her Excellency the Right Honourable Michaëlle Jean on her first official visit to Saskatchewan. Images taken at a ceremony outside of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building. Dignataries in attendance include Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan Lynda Haverstock; Saskatchewan Premier Lorne Calvert; and Mayor of Regina Pat Fiacco.

Haverstock Swearing-in as MLA for Saskatoon Greystone

Lynda Haverstock is sworn in as the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan (MLA) for the Saskatoon Greystone constituency by Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan, Sylvia Fedorak. The Clerk of the Legislative Assembly, Gwenn Ronyk, and other individuals are in attendance. Includes image of Haverstock standing with her daughter, Dani Ramsay, and Fedorak.

Haverstock at Opening of 22nd Saskatchewan Legislature

Lynda Haverstock, MLA for Saskatoon Greystone, at the opening of the 2nd session of the 22nd Legislature. Includes images of Haverstock in the Legislative Assembly Chamber; Haverstock standing with her parents, Thomas and O'Nita Ham; and Haverstock signing autographs for members of the St. Margaret's Musicians of Moose Jaw, who performed at the opening.

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