22nd Saskatchewan Legislature

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The 22nd Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan was elected in the 1991 Saskatchewan election. It was controlled by the New Democratic Party under Premier Roy Romanow. With 66 representatives elected, the 22nd Assembly had the largest number of MLAs in Saskatchewan history.

In the fall of 1992 former premier Grant Devine resigned as leader of the opposition Progressive Conservative party. Richard Swenson temporarily led the PC caucus from 1992 to 1994, then was succeeded by Bill Boyd for the remaining year of the 22nd Assembly.

Members elected[edit]

Names in bold represent party leaders and the Speaker.

  District Member Party
  Arm River Gerald Muirhead Progressive Conservative
  Assiniboia-Gravelbourg Lewis Draper New Democrat
  Athabasca Fred Thompson New Democrat
  Biggar Grant Whitmore New Democrat
  Bengough-Milestone Judy Bradley New Democrat
  Canora Darrel Cunningham New Democrat
  Cumberland Keith Goulet New Democrat
  Cut Knife-Lloydminster Violet Stanger New Democrat
  Estevan Grant Devine Progressive Conservative
  Humboldt Eric Upshall New Democrat
  Indian Head-Wolseley Lorne Scott New Democrat
  Kelsey-Tisdale Andy Renaud New Democrat
  Kelvington-Wadena Kenneth Kluz New Democrat
  Kindersley Bill Boyd Progressive Conservative
  Kinistino Armand Roy New Democrat
  Last Mountain-Touchwood Dale Flavel New Democrat
  Maple Creek Jack Goohsen Progressive Conservative
  Meadow Lake Maynard Sonntag New Democrat
  Melfort Carol Carson New Democrat
  Melville Evan Carlson New Democrat
  Moose Jaw Palliser Glenn Hagel New Democrat
  Moose Jaw Wakamow Lorne Calvert New Democrat
  Morse Harold Martens Progressive Conservative
  Moosomin Don Toth Progressive Conservative
  Nipawin Tom Keeping New Democrat
  Pelly Ron Harper New Democrat
  Prince Albert Carlton Myron Kowalsky New Democrat
  Prince Albert Northcote Eldon Lautermilch New Democrat
  Qu'Appelle-Lumsden Suzanne Murray New Democrat
  Quill Lakes Murray Koskie New Democrat
  Redberry Walter Jess New Democrat
  Regina Albert North Kim Trew New Democrat
  Regina Albert South Serge Kujawa New Democrat
  Regina Churchill Downs Edward Shillington New Democrat
  Regina Dewdney Edwin Tchorzewski New Democrat
  Regina Elphinstone Dwain Lingenfelter New Democrat
  Regina Hillsdale Rose Marie Simard New Democrat
  Regina Lake Centre Joanne Crofford New Democrat
  Regina North West John Solomon (1991-1993) New Democrat
  Anita Bergman (1994-1995) Liberal
  Regina Rosemont Robert Lyons New Democrat
  Regina Victoria Harry Van Mulligen New Democrat
  Regina Wascana Plains Doreen Hamilton New Democrat
  Rosetown-Elrose Berny Wiens New Democrat
  Rosthern William Neudorf Progressive Conservative
  Saltcoats Reg Knezacek New Democrat
  Saskatoon Broadway Pat Atkinson New Democrat
  Saskatoon Eastview-Haultain Bob Pringle New Democrat
  Saskatoon Fairview Robert Mitchell New Democrat
  Saskatoon Greystone Lynda Haverstock Liberal
  Saskatoon Idylwyld Eric Cline New Democrat
  Saskatoon Nutana Herman Rolfes New Democrat
  Saskatoon River Heights Carol Teichrob New Democrat
  Saskatoon Riversdale Roy Romanow New Democrat
  Saskatoon Sutherland-University Mark Koenker New Democrat
  Saskatoon Westmount Janice MacKinnon New Democrat
  Saskatoon Wildwood Pat Lorje New Democrat
  Shaunavon Glen McPherson New Democrat
  Shellbrook-Torch River Jack Langford New Democrat
  Souris-Cannington Dan D'Autremont Progressive Conservative
  Swift Current John Penner New Democrat
  The Battlefords Doug Anguish New Democrat
  Thunder Creek Richard Swenson Progressive Conservative
  Turtleford Lloyd Johnson New Democrat
  Wilkie John Britton Progressive Conservative
  Weyburn Ronald Wormsbecker New Democrat
  Yorkton Clay Serby New Democrat

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