Tim McMillan

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Tim McMillan
Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
for Lloydminster
In office
November 7, 2007 – September 30, 2014
Preceded byMilton Wakefield
Succeeded byColleen Young
Personal details
Political partySaskatchewan Party

Tim McMillan was a Canadian politician. He was elected to represent the electoral district of Lloydminster[1] in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 2007 election and the 2011 election. He was a member of the Saskatchewan Party.

In the fall 2009 legislative session, McMillan introduced a private members bill to protect the wild ponies of the Bronson Forest, which is in his constituency. The bill was called Bill No. 606, The Protection of the Wild Ponies of the Bronson Forest Act, 2009 (Saskatchewan). It received royal assent on December 3, 2009.[2]

In June 2010, he joined the provincial cabinet as Minister Responsible for Crown Investments Corporation, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Information Services Corporation, and the Information Technology Office. In September 2010, he was also appointed as the Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority.

In May 2012, he was appointed as Minister Responsible for Energy and Resources, Tourism Saskatchewan, Trade and SaskEnergy Incorporated.[3]

On September 30, 2014, McMillan left politics to take the position of president of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.[4]

Cabinet positions[edit]

Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Brad Wall
Cabinet post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
Randy Weekes Minister of Rural and Remote Health
June 5, 2014 – September 18, 2014
Greg Ottenbreit

References[edit]

  1. ^ "New license for Sask. drivers". Lloydminster Meridian Booster. Retrieved 2010-12-21.
  2. ^ http://legassembly.sk.ca/bills/Progress_of_Bills.pdf
  3. ^ http://legassembly.sk.ca
  4. ^ Giles, David (September 18, 2014). "Sask. Party MLA Tim McMillan leaving politics to lead petroleum group". Global Saskatoon. Retrieved October 4, 2014.