|Daniel H. D'Autremont
|Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
October 21, 1991
|Preceded by||Eric Berntson|
|Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan|
December 5, 2011 – May 17, 2016
|Lieutenant Governor||Gordon Barnhart
|Preceded by||Don Toth|
|Succeeded by||Corey Tochor|
December 28, 1950 |
|Political party||Progressive Conservative → Saskatchewan Party|
Daniel H. D'Autremont (born December 28, 1950) is a Canadian provincial politician. He is the Saskatchewan Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for the constituency of Cannington. He served as Speaker of the Legislative Assembly from 2011 to 2016.
He was born in Redvers, Saskatchewan, the son of Hugh and Violet D'Autremont, and grew up on the family farm about two miles east of Alida. D'Autremont studied engineering at the University of Calgary. He worked in the oil industry for a number of years before taking up farming in the Redvers area in 1977.
D'Autremont was elected as Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan on December 5, 2011, as the first order of business following the November 7, 2011 general election. He challenged Don Toth, the Speaker during the Saskatchewan Party's first term. In a secret ballot of the members of the Assembly, D'Autremont defeated Toth.
|Progressive Conservative||Dan D'Autremont||3,542||45.63%||+1.20|
- Quiring, Brett (2004). Saskatchewan Politicians: Lives Past and Present. Canadian Plains Research Center Press. pp. 56–57. ISBN 0889771650. Retrieved 2012-09-06.
- "Dan D'Autremont: Veteran MLA To Referee Saskatchewan Legislature As Speaker". Huffington Post. December 5, 2011. Retrieved 2012-09-06.
- "MLAs elect new Speaker", Regina Leader-Post, May 17, 2016.