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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 series consists of records created, accumulated and used by Lingenfelter as Minister of Economic Diversification and Trade. Also included is a small volume of records created by Lingenfelter after June 1, 1992, when the department was reorganized into the Department of Economic Development. Records created, accumulated and used by Lingenfelter as Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Economic Development Corporation (SEDCO) and Saskatchewan Power Corporation (SPC) also form part of the series.
The records were accumulated between November, 1991 and December, 1992.
This series consists of 16 sub-series: Minister's Office; Cabinet; Executive Administration; Internal Operations; Diversification and Investment Division; International Division; Policy and Research Division; Science and Technology Division; Small Business and Co-operatives Division; Tourism Division; Associations/ Organizations/ Companies; Federal/Provincial Relations; International Relations; Saskatchewan Economic Development Corporation; Saskatchewan Power Corporation; Government Departments/Agencies.
Political records in this series have been separated out and described as a distinct series (F194-13).