Jim Reiter

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Jim Reiter

Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
for Rosetown-Elrose
Assumed office
November 7, 2007
Preceded by Elwin Hermanson
Personal details
Born Tramping Lake, Sk
Political party Saskatchewan Party

James Reiter is a Canadian politician. He was elected to represent the electoral district of Rosetown-Elrose in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 2007 election. He is a member of the Saskatchewan Party. Reiter resides in the town of Rosetown and is known in his community as an avid fan of the Boston Bruins.

On May 29, 2009, Reiter was appointed Minister of Highways & Infrastructure by Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall.

Saskatchewan General Election 2007: Rosetown-Elrose
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Saskatchewan Jim Reiter 5,669 71.18%
     NDP Eric Anderson 1,592 19.99%
Liberal Tracey Kowalchuk 485 6.09%
Green Kirk Friggstad 218 2.74%
Total 7,964 100.00%

Cabinet positions

Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Scott Moe
Cabinet post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
con'd from Wall Ministry Minister of Health
February 2, 2018–
Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Brad Wall
Cabinet posts (5)
Predecessor Office Successor
Dustin Duncan Minister of Health
August 23, 2016–February 2, 2018
con'd into Moe Ministry
Don McMorris Minister of Crown Investments
August 8, 2016–August 23, 2016
Joe Hargrave
Laura Ross[1] Minister of Government Relations
May 25, 2012–August 23, 2016
Donna Harpauer
Ken Cheveldayoff Minister of First Nations, Métis and Northern Affairs
May 25, 2012–August 23, 2016
Donna Harpauer
Wayne Elhard Minister of Highways and Infrastructure
May 29, 2009–May 25, 2012
Don McMorris


  1. ^ Minister of Government Services
  • Honourable Jim Reiter. Government of Saskatchewan. Retrieved 2010-12-22.

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