Saskatchewan Government Announces New Cabinet
November 17, 2020 | Category: Government Updates
Saskatchewan Premier, Scott Moe, announced his new cabinet last week following his re-election in late October. “It is an honour to put in place a new cabinet to guide a government with a strong, new mandate from the people of Saskatchewan,” Moe said. “Our cabinet will continue the crucial work of building a strong Saskatchewan, work that is even more important as we continue the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and manage Saskatchewan’s economic recovery.”
Hon. Joe Hargrave (MLA for Prince Albert Carlton) was appointed Minister of Highways as well as the Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Water Security Agency.
Minister Hargrave was elected MLA for Prince Albert Carlton in the 2016 provincial election and has served as the Minister of Crown Investments Corporation, the Minister responsible for SaskEnergy, SaskTel and SGI.
WESTAC congratulates Minister Hargrave and looks forward to building on the relationships forged with previous Highways ministers in the Government of Saskatchewan.
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Hon. Joe Hargrave Biography
Joe Hargrave was elected MLA for Prince Albert Carlton in the 2016 provincial election.
He was raised near Porcupine Plain and has lived and worked in Prince Albert as owner/operator of Riverside Auto Group for the past 14 years.
Joe was a manager with BMO for 20 years, as well as a corrections officer for 4 years. In addition to his busy professional life, he is involved in his community as a member of the Rotary Club, Board of Police Commissioners for Prince Albert and previous member of Community Futures.
His varied business experience helps him to have a balanced understanding of the needs of the Prince Albert Carlton constituency.
Joe has served as the Minister of Crown Investments Corporation, the Minister responsible for SaskEnergy, SaskTel and SGI.
On November 9, 2020, Premier Scott Moe appointed Joe as the Minister of Highways and Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Water Security Agency.
Joe and his wife Fran have four children and five grandchildren.
The Western Transportation Advisory Council (WESTAC) is a council of organizations in the transportation sector represented by senior decision-makers. WESTAC’s members span all aspects of freight transportation in Canada. They include carriers and logistics providers, ports and terminals, shippers, labour unions, and the three levels of government. Members represent a significant share of the western Canadian economy. We focus on critical issues that affect Western Canada’s freight transportation network to ensure that it is safe, efficient, reliable and competitive.