August 23, 2017
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Biography

Glen Hart has been honored to represent the people of Last Mountain-Touchwood Constituency. He was first elected as a Member of Legislative Assembly for the Saskatchewan Party in 1999. He was re-elected in 2003, 2007 and again in 2011.

He received his Bachelor Degree in Agricultural Economics at the University of Saskatchewan which preceded his employment with both provincial and federal government in a number of management positions. His life continues to be driven by the desire to improve and promote his community, constituency, and province. He has been an active member of his home town of Cupar including Past Councilor for the R.M. of Cupar and Past Director for the Cupar Co-operative Association. As well, Glen has held past leadership roles in several other community organizations, sitting as President of the Cupar Minor Hockey Association, President of Cupar Rink Building Committee and serving on the District 37 ADD Board.

During his two terms in Opposition, Glen’s Shadow Cabinet duties included Post-Secondary Education, Highways and Transportation, Environment, Labour, Deputy for Aboriginal Affairs and Deputy for Culture, Youth and Recreation. Following the 2007 election, Glen served as Chair of the Legislative Committee on Human Services, Deputy Chair of the Public Accounts Committee and served on several Caucus policy committees.

Glen is currently Deputy Speaker of the Legislative Assembly and Co- Chair of the Legislation and Regulation Review Committee. He also continues to serve on the Public Accounts Committee and Human Services Caucus Policy Committee along with duties on the Private Bills House Committee.

Glen and his wife Marlene have three children and nine grandchildren.



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