Eiliv Anderson

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Eiliv Howard Anderson was born in Robsart, Saskatchewan in 1934. He is a corporate executive, with a degree from the executive program of Queen's University's School of Business. He served as president of a consulting firm, as well as a rancher, before being elected as an MLA in 1975 for Shaunavon. However, he lost that riding to Dwain Lingenfelter in 1978. He served as an organizer for the Liberal Party of Saskatchewan, and was an influential man in the Canadian beef industry and the provincial government. He was awarded the Queen's Silver Jubilee Medal in 1977 for his work.

From 1982 until 1987, Eiliv Anderson was Chairman of Farm Credit Corporation Canada, a federal crown agency.

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Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
Preceded by
Allan Oliver, NDP
MLA for Shaunavon
1975–1978
Succeeded by
Dwain Lingenfelter, NDP