26th Saskatchewan Legislature

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The 26th Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan was elected in the 2007 Saskatchewan election, and was sworn in on November 21, 2007. It sat until May 19, 2011. It was controlled by the Saskatchewan Party under Premier Brad Wall.

Members[edit]

  Member Party District
  Denis Allchurch Saskatchewan Party Rosthern-Shellbrook
  Pat Atkinson NDP Saskatoon Nutana
  Joan Beatty NDP Cumberland
  Doyle Vermette NDP
  Buckley Belanger NDP Athabasca
  Bob Bjornerud Saskatchewan Party Melville-Saltcoats
  Bill Boyd Saskatchewan Party Kindersley
  Fred Bradshaw Saskatchewan Party Carrot River Valley
  Greg Brkich Saskatchewan Party Arm River-Watrous
  Cam Broten NDP Saskatoon Massey Place
  Lorne Calvert NDP Saskatoon Riversdale
  Danielle Chartier NDP
  Ken Cheveldayoff Saskatchewan Party Saskatoon Silver Springs
  Michael Chisholm Saskatchewan Party Cut Knife-Turtleford
  Dan D'Autremont Saskatchewan Party Cannington
  June Draude Saskatchewan Party Kelvington-Wadena
  Dustin Duncan Saskatchewan Party Weyburn-Big Muddy
  Doreen Eagles Saskatchewan Party Estevan
  Wayne Elhard Saskatchewan Party Cypress Hills
  David Forbes NDP Saskatoon Centre
  Darcy Furber NDP Prince Albert Northcote
  Rod Gantefoer Saskatchewan Party Melfort
  Donna Harpauer Saskatchewan Party Humboldt
  Ron Harper NDP Regina Northeast
  Jeremy Harrison Saskatchewan Party Meadow Lake
  Glen Hart Saskatchewan Party Last Mountain-Touchwood
  Nancy Heppner Saskatchewan Party Martensville
  Darryl Hickie Saskatchewan Party Prince Albert Carlton
  Deb Higgins NDP Moose Jaw Wakamow
  Bill Hutchinson Saskatchewan Party Regina South
  Yogi Huyghebaert Saskatchewan Party Wood River
  Andy Iwanchuk NDP Saskatoon Fairview
  Judy Junor NDP Saskatoon Eastview
  Delbert Kirsch Saskatchewan Party Batoche
  Ken Krawetz Saskatchewan Party Canora-Pelly
  Serge LeClerc Independent Saskatoon Northwest
  Gordon Wyant Saskatchewan Party
  Warren McCall NDP Regina Elphinstone-Centre
  Tim McMillan Saskatchewan Party Saskatoon Northwest
  Don McMorris Saskatchewan Party Indian Head-Milestone
  Warren Michelson Saskatchewan Party Moose Jaw North
  Don Morgan Saskatchewan Party Saskatoon Southeast
  Sandra Morin NDP Regina Walsh Acres
  John Nilson NDP Regina Lakeview
  Rob Norris Saskatchewan Party Saskatoon Greystone
  Greg Ottenbreit Saskatchewan Party Yorkton
  Frank Quennell NDP Saskatoon Meewasin
  Jim Reiter Saskatchewan Party Rosetown-Elrose
  Laura Ross Saskatchewan Party Regina Qu'Appelle Valley
  Joceline Schriemer Saskatchewan Party Saskatoon Sutherland
  Lyle Stewart Saskatchewan Party Thunder Creek
  Len Taylor NDP The Battlefords
  Christine Tell Saskatchewan Party Regina Wascana Plains
  Don Toth Saskatchewan Party Moosomin
  Kim Trew NDP Regina Coronation Park
  Harry Van Mulligen NDP Regina Douglas Park
  Dwain Lingenfelter NDP
  Brad Wall Saskatchewan Party Swift Current
  Nadine Wilson Saskatchewan Party Saskatchewan Rivers
  Randy Weekes Saskatchewan Party Biggar
  Trent Wotherspoon NDP Regina Rosemont
  Kevin Yates NDP Regina Dewdney

Standings changes since the 26th general election[edit]

Number of members
per party by date
2007 2008 2009 2010
Oct 10 Jan 3 Jun 25 Jun 8 Jun 30 Sep 21 Apr 16 Aug 31 Oct 18
  Saskatchewan Party 38 37 38
  NDP 20 19 20 19 18 20
  Independent 0 1 0
Total Members 58 57 58 57 56 58 57 58
Vacant 0 1 0 1 2 0 1 0
Government Majority 18 19 18 19 20 18 16 17 18
Membership changes in the 26th Assembly
Date Name District Party Reason
  October 10, 2007 See List of Members Election day of the 26th Saskatchewan general election
  January 3, 2008 Joan Beatty Cumberland NDP Resigned to run in a federal by-election
  June 25, 2008 Doyle Vermette Cumberland NDP Elected in a by-election
  June 8, 2009 Harry Van Mulligen Regina Douglas Park NDP Resigned seat
  June 30, 2009 Lorne Calvert Saskatoon Riversdale NDP Resigned seat
  September 21, 2008 Danielle Chartier Saskatoon Riversdale NDP Elected in a by-election
  September 21, 2008 Dwain Lingenfelter Regina Douglas Park NDP Elected in a by-election
     April 16, 2010 Serge LeClerc Saskatoon Northwest Independent Left the Saskatchewan Party caucus
     August 31, 2010 Serge LeClerc Saskatoon Northwest Independent Resigned Seat
  October 18, 2010 Gordon Wyant Saskatoon Northwest Saskatchewan Party Elected in a by-election

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