Dustin Duncan

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Dustin Duncan

Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
for Weyburn-Big Muddy
Assumed office
June 19, 2006
Preceded byBrenda Bakken-Lackey
Personal details
Born1979 (age 40–41)
Weyburn, Saskatchewan
Political partySaskatchewan Party
ResidenceWeyburn, Saskatchewan

Dustin Duncan is a Canadian provincial politician. He is the Saskatchewan Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan[2][3] for the constituency of Weyburn-Big Muddy.

Elected in the June 2006 byelection at the age of 26, Dustin was named to a newly created Youth Opportunities critic portfolio by Opposition Leader Brad Wall. He is the minister responsible for the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority.

Raised in Halbrite, Duncan is a graduate of the Weyburn Comprehensive School and has a B.A. in History from the University of Regina. He has also completed the Canadian Securities Course. Prior to being elected in Weyburn-Big-Muddy, he worked in the office of the Official Opposition and in the provincial Department of Health.

Duncan retained his seat in the general election held on November 7, 2007 and became the Minister of Health in the Saskatchewan Government.

In 2016, Duncan was assigned Minister of Energy and Resources and Minister responsible for SaskTel and SaskEnergy.

Cabinet positions[edit]

Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Scott Moe
Cabinet post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
cont'd from Wall Ministry Minister of Environment
February 2, 2018–
Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Brad Wall
Cabinet posts (5)
Predecessor Office Successor
Scott Moe Minister of Environment
August 30, 2017–February 2, 2018
cont'd into Moe Ministry
Bill Boyd Minister of Energy & Resources
August 23, 2016–August 30, 2017
Nancy Heppner
Don McMorris Minister of Health
May 25, 2012–August 23, 2016
Jim Reiter
Nancy Heppner Minister of the Environment
June 29, 2010–May 25, 2012
Ken Cheveldayoff
Christine Tell Minister of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport
May 29, 2009–June 29, 2010
Bill Hutchinson


  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2018-07-15. Retrieved 2013-07-23.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  2. ^ "Population up". The StarPhoenix. 29 June 2007. Archived from the original on 28 June 2011. Retrieved 22 February 2011.
  3. ^ Hall, Angela (5 February 2011). "Capture heat, produce power". Leader-Post. Retrieved 22 February 2011.