Nadine Wilson

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The Honourable
Nadine Wilson
MLA
Member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly
for Saskatchewan Rivers
Assumed office
November 7, 2007
Preceded by Lon Borgerson
Personal details
Political party Saskatchewan Party

Nadine Wilson is a Canadian politician. She was first elected to represent the electoral district of Saskatchewan Rivers in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan in the 2007 election, and twice re-elected in subsequent 2011 and 2016 provincial elections. She is a member of the Saskatchewan Party.

Wilson was twice elected Reeve of the Rural Municipality of Paddockwood and also served as past president for the North Central Rural Municipality Association. She has spent more than a decade involved with 4-H clubs and seven years as a local school trustee. Wilson, who studied social service work, was one of the first women to serve as a corrections worker in the Prince Albert men's correctional facility.

In 2009, Premier Brad Wall appointed her as Legislative Secretary to the Minister responsible for Immigration; New Citizen initiative. After the 2011 provincial election, Wilson was appointed Chair of the Standing Committee on Private Bills, and also served as a member of the Standing Committee on Human Services. In June 2014, she was appointed Provincial Secretary and Legislative Secretary to the Premier.

Cabinet positions

Saskatchewan Provincial Government of Brad Wall
Cabinet post (1)
Predecessor Office Successor
Wayne Elhard Provincial Secretary of Saskatchewan
August 23, 2016–
Incumbent

External links

  • Nadine Wilson MLA Website
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