|Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
for Regina Wascana Plains
November 7, 2007
|Preceded by||Doreen Hamilton|
|Political party||Saskatchewan Party|
Christine Tell is a Canadian politician. She was elected to represent the electoral district of Regina Wascana Plains in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 2007 election. She is a member of the Saskatchewan Party.
Tell was born and raised in Regina, graduating from Miller Comprehensive High School and then receiving a psychiatric nursing diploma from Wascana Institute (SIAST). After a short time working as a psychiatric nurse, she joined the Saskatoon Police Service and graduated from the Saskatchewan Police College. She worked for three years in Saskatoon before returning to her hometown and joining the Regina Police Service in 1983. She rose to the rank of sergeant and took an unpaid leave of absence to seek election in May 2007.
She served as president of the Regina Police Association for six years and was the first female in Canada to head the police association of a major service.
|Provincial Government of Brad Wall|
|Cabinet Posts (4)|
|Jennifer Campeau||Minister of Central Services
August 23, 2016–
|Yogi Huyghebaert||Minister of Corrections and Policing
May 25, 2012–August 23, 2016
|Dan D'Autremont||Minister of Government Services
May 29, 2009–June 29, 2010
|Sandra Morin||Minister of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport
November 21, 2007–May 29, 2009
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