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Serby, Hon. Clay (Yorkton) Deputy Premier and Minister of Rural Revitalization

SERBY, HON. CLAY (Yorkton) Deputy Premier and Minister of Rural Revitalization.

B. Feb. 15, 1950 in Theodore, Sask. S. of John and Sophie Serby. Stepfather, Nick Koroll. Ed. at Graduate School of Social Work. Certificate of Social Work. Two children: Kirsty and Stacey. A social worker. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the Sask. Leg. g.e. 1991. Re-elected g.e. 1995, 1999 and 2003. Min. resp. for Sask. Property Management Corp., Nov. 22, 1995 to Jun. 27, 1997. Min. of Highways and Transportation, Apr. 29, 1997 to Jun. 27, 1997. Min. of Health, Jun. 27, 1997 to Sept. 21, 1998. Min. of Education, Sept. 21, 1998 to Sept. 30, 1999. Min. of Municipal Affairs, Culture and Housing, Sept. 30, 1999 to Jul. 10, 2000. Appt'd: Min. of Agriculture and Food, Jul. 10, 2000; Deputy Premier, Feb. 8, 2001 and Min. of Rural Revitalization, Oct. 12, 2001. Municipal: Alderman, Yorkton, 1986-91. Private Career: Social Worker, Prince Albert and Yorkton, 1971-80. Exec. Dir., Soc. for the Involvement of Good Neighbours (S.I.G.N.), Yorkton, 1980-91. Chair, United Way. Founding Mem., Big Brothers/Sisters. Mem., Rotary Club, 1986-89. Party: N.D.P. Relig.: Gr. Orth. Address: Leg. Office: 334 Legislative Bldg., Regina, Sask., S4S 0B3, (306)787-0723, Fax: (306)787-0399 Riding Office: 50 Smith St. East, Yorkton, Sask., S3N 0H5, (306)786-4222, Fax: (306)783-2229; Email: [email protected]


SERBY,HON.CLAY (Yorkton) Vice-premier ministre et Ministre de la Revitalisation rurale. Néle 15 fév. 1950 à Theodore, Sask. Fils de John et Sophie Serby. Beau-père, Nick Koroll. Fit ses études à l'École de travail social. Diplôme de travail social. Deux enfants: Kirsty et Stacey. Travailleur social. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de la Sask. é.g. 1991. Réélu é.g. 1995, 1999 et 2003. Min. resp. de la Corporation de la Gestion des immobiliers de la Sask. du 22 nov. 1995 au 27 juin 1997. Min. de la Voirie et des Transports du 29 avr. 1997 au 27 juin 1997. Min. de la Santé du 27 juin 1997 au 21 sept. 1998. Min. de l'Éducation du 21 sept. 1998 au 30 sept. 1999. Min. des Affaires municipales, de la Culture et de l'Habitation du 30 sept. 1990 au 10 juill. 2000. Nommé: min. de l'Agriculture et de l'Alimentation le 10 juill. 2000; Vice-premier ministre le 8 fév. 2001 et min. de la Revitalisation rurale le 12 oct. 2001. Municipale: Échevin, ville de Yorkton, 1986-91. Carrière privée: Travailleur social, Prince Albert et Yorkton, 1971-80. Dir. exéc., Soc. for the Involvement of Good Neighbours (S.I.G.N.), Yorkton, 1980-91. Prés., Centraide. Mem. fondateur, Grands Frères et Grandes Soeurs. Mem., Club Rotary, 1986-89. Parti pol.: N.P.D. Relig.: Gr. Orth. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 334 Édifice législatif, Regina, Sask., S4S 0B3, (306)787-0723, Fax: (306)787-0399 Bureau Circonscription: 50, rue Smith Est, Yorkton, Sask., S3N 0H5, (306)786-4222, Fax: (306)783-2229; Courriel: [email protected]

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