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MLA Dan D’Autremont, Cannington

Father I
thank you for Dan and the service he has provided to the people of Saskatchewan
during his time with the government.  Father I would ask of you that You
reach into his heart and cause a yearning and desire for something
greater.  Often, as we age and approach the end of our tenure in a place
of significance, we begin to feel a sense of loss and wonder whats
next.  Father this is a wonderful time to draw Dan.  Have
him reach out to those
around him, those who know and trust in you. Let his heart be softened to the
hearing and receiving of your word.  And Father, cause a yearning to
explore what you have to offer.

One of the “Original Eight” founding members of the Saskatchewan Party, Dan was first elected to the Legislature in 1991. He was re-elected in 1995, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2016.
In opposition, Dan served as critic for Highways, Education, Energy and Mines, Health, SaskTel, ITO, SLGA and SGI. While critic for the SLGA, Dan also worked closely with the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority and First Nations. He served as the chair of the caucus’ Crown Corporations Committee and vice-chair of the legislature’s Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies.
Since the Saskatchewan Party formed government, Dan has served as Minister responsible for SLGA, Government Services, and ITO. He has also served as Government House Leader, co-chair of the Legislation and Regulation Review Committee, as a member of the Standing Committee on Crown and Central Agencies, and as a member of the Public Accounts Committee.
For the 27th Legislature, Dan served as Speaker of Legislative Assembly, chair of the Board of Internal Economy, the Privileges Committee, and the House Services Committee. He is currently a member of the Private Bills Committee, and he was previously a member of the Standing Committee on Human Services.
Dan and his late wife Heather have three children. Family, friends, and politics are Dan’s top priorities, but he also enjoys hunting, shooting, reading, computers, gaming with his children, and the Air Cadet League.