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Introduction of Guests (2014/2015)

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3 December 2014 - Residents Interested in the Regina Bypass Project

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Hon. Ms. Heppner: — Ms. Speaker, I would like to join with the member opposite in welcoming the guests who are here today. We understand the Regina bypass is a huge project, Mr. Speaker, and we have, as a government, endeavoured to make the right decisions and look forward to the completion of the bypass. But I do want to welcome the guests that are here today as well.


21 October 2015 - Shantel Lipp, Carmen Duncan & Sean Wilson

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Hon. Ms. Heppner: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I’d like to join with the Minister Responsible for SaskBuilds and Priority Saskatchewan, welcoming these guests here today, particularly — and I don’t want to point anybody out in particular, but I will — to Shantel and Carmen who joined me this morning at a construction wrap-up event to celebrate a fabulous construction season in the province of Saskatchewan.

And I want to thank all the road builders, consulting engineers, and Highways staff for their great work, and a special thank you to Sean Wilson. Against his better judgment, he let me operate one of his paving machines earlier this summer. So I cannot guarantee the quality of work in the Blaine Lake area; I think I did an okay job.

But I just want to ask all of my colleagues to welcome them here today and to thank them for all of their very hard work.


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