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Dwain Lingenfelter was born in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan. He served 22 years as a New Democratic Party member in the Saskatchewan Legislature, 11 of those years as a cabinet minister in the Blakeney and Romanow governments.
See also: Ed Tchorzewski, Minister Responsible for Information Technology and Telecommunications, 1993-1995.
See also: Ned Shillington, Minister Responsible for Information Technology and Telecommunications, 1995-1996.
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This fonds consists of records created, accumulated and used from 1978 to 2000 by Lingenfelter in his political career as: Minister of Social Services; Minister of Economic Diversification and Trade; Minister of Economic Development; Deputy Premier; Minister of Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan; Minister of Agriculture and Food; Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Power Corporation, Saskatchewan Economic Development Corporation, Saskatchewan Government Growth Fund Management Corporation, and Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation.
This fonds also includes records created by Lingenfelter in his role as MLA for Shaunavon and Regina Elphinstone constituencies, New Democratic Party member, Opposition House Leader, Opposition critic for privatization and Saskatchewan Government Insurance and Government House Leader.
Personal records are included in this fonds.
The types of records included are correspondence, memoranda, annual reports, briefing notes, speeches, publications, minutes and agendas, news releases, legislation, and newspaper clippings.
Twenty series have been identified in the later description of this fonds: Minister of Economic Diversification and Trade; Minister of Economic Development 1993-1994; Minister of Economic Development 1994-1995 Fiscal Year; Minister of Economic Development 1995-1996 Fiscal Year; Minister of Economic Development/Deputy Premier 1996-1997 Fiscal Year; Minister of Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan; Minister of Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan/Deputy Premier; Minister of Agriculture and Food; Minister of Agriculture and Food/Deputy Premier; Chronological Correspondence; Speeches; Minister's Staff Files; Political; Constituency; Personal; Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Water Corporation (Darrel Cunningham/Eldon Lautermilch); Associate Minister of Finance/Minister of Crown Investments Corporation (John Penner/Ned Shillington/Ed Tchorzewski); Minister of Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan (Janice MacKinnon/Ned Shillington/Ed Tchorzewski); Ed Tchorzewski; Minister Responsible for Information Technology and Telecommunications (Ed Tchorzewski/Ned Shillington).
This fonds is missing certain constituency, Opposition House Leader records, Minister of Gaming and Deputy Premier records.
Also found in the fonds are records created, accumulated and used by various other ministers: Darrel Cunningham, Minister Responsible for Sask. Water Corporation, 1991-1992; Eldon Lautermilch, various portfolios, 1992, 1995-1997; Janice MacKinnon, Minister of Crown Investments Corporation of Sask., 1992-1993; John Penner, Associate Minister of Finance/Minister of Crown Investments Corporation of Sask., 1993-1995; Ned Shillington, various portfolios, 1995-1996; Ed Tchorzewski, various portfolios, 1991-1995; and Eric Upshall, Minister of Agriculture and Food, 1998-1999.