|Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly|
Thunder Creek (1999-2016)
|Assumed office |
August 16, 1999
|Preceded by||Gerard Aldridge|
|Born||1951 (age 67–68)|
|Political party||Saskatchewan Party|
Lyle Eldon Stewart is a Canadian provincial politician. He is a current Saskatchewan Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan. First elected in 1999, Stewart represented the constituency of Thunder Creek until its abolition in 2016. Stewart was subsequently elected in Lumsden-Morse, a new electoral district encompassing most of the former Thunder Creek constituency.
Stewart has been the Minister of Agriculture and the Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation since May 25, 2012, a role he maintained following the August 23, 2016 cabinet shuffle. He has been a member of the Executive Council of Saskatchewan since 2007, previously serving as the Minister for Enterprise and Innovation. On August 9, 2018, he announced he was resigning from Cabinet due to health concerns.
|Prog. Conservative||Richard Swenson||295||3.42%||-|
|2003 Saskatchewan general election: Thunder Creek|
|New Democratic||Larry Hall||2,550||30.81%||+10.85|
|Western Independence||Harold Stephan||164||1.98%||–|
|Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Scott Moe|
|Cabinet post (1)|
|con'd from Wall Ministry||Minister of Agriculture
February 2, 2018–August 15, 2018
|Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Brad Wall|
|Cabinet posts (2)|
|Bob Bjornerud||Minister of Agriculture
May 25, 2012–February 2, 2018
|con'd into Moe Ministry|
|Ministry Established||Minister of Enterprise and Innovation
November 21, 2007–May 29, 2009
- Members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Archived 2011-07-25 at the Wayback Machine. Saskatchewan Archives.
- "Honourable Lyle Stewart". Cabinet. Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2016-08-24.
- "Premier announces Saskatchewan cabinet shuffle". Regina Leader-Post. August 23, 2016.
- Adam MacVicar and David Baxter, "Lyle Stewart stepping down as Sask. agriculture minister following cancer diagnosis", Global News, August 9, 2018.
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