Father, I bring Glen Hart before you at this time. I thank you for his strong
stand for what is right. Give him the courage, strength, and unction to speak
that which is right according to your will, regarding the issues of carbon tax,
economic growth, and the controversial issue of cannabis sales in
Saskatchewan. In your name we pray,
Glen was first elected to represent the Last Mountain-Touchwood constituency for the Saskatchewan Party in 1999. He was re-elected in 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2016. During his two terms in opposition, Glen’s critic duties included Post-Secondary Education, Highways and Transportation, Environment, Labour, Deputy Critic for Aboriginal Affairs, and Deputy Critic for Culture, Youth and Recreation. Glen and his wife Marlene have three children and ten grandchildren.