Gordon Wyant

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Gordon Wyant
City of Saskatoon Councillor
In office
2003 – October 18, 2010
Preceded by Peter McCann
Succeeded by Randy Donauer
Constituency Ward 5
Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan
Assumed office
October 18, 2010
Preceded by Serge LeClerc
Constituency Saskatoon Northwest
Personal details
Political party Saskatchewan Party
Residence Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Gordon Wyant, QC is a lawyer and politician from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada. He has served elected positions on two levels of government, on the provincial and municipal level. Wyant currently serves as a member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan since winning a by-election in 2010.[1] He has served as Minister of Justice and Attorney General since May 25, 2012, and as Minister Responsible for SaskBuilds since June 5, 2014.[2] He previously served as a member of Saskatoon City Council from 2003 to 2010.[3][4]

He was born and raised in Saskatoon, earning both a Bachelor of Arts and his law degree at the University of Saskatchewan.[5][6] In 2008 he was appointed Queen's Counsel.[7][8] Wyant has also served as a member of the Saskatoon Board of Police Commissioners and on the Board of Directors of Saskatoon's Credit Union Centre.[9][10]

Political career[edit]

Wyant was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in a by-election on October 18, 2010, representing the electoral district of Saskatoon Northwest as a member of the Saskatchewan Party.[11] He was re-elected in the 2011 general election.[12] He previously served on Saskatoon City Council, serving in Ward 5 from 2003 until 2010.

Personal life[edit]

Wyant has four adult children with his wife, Christine Hrudka.[13]


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