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Minister Skelton meeting with Greg Poelzer and Audra Krueger from the University of the Arctic

Minister Skelton getting her photo taken with constituents, Karen, Michael and Colette Longworth and Darrin Bruck, and Prime Minister Stephen Harper.

Minister Skelton presents a white ribbon signed by the Catholic Women's League to raise the age of protection for our young children to Vic Toews, Minister of Justice.

Finance Minister Jim Flaherty was in Saskatoon recently to meet with people from Saskatoon.

Minister Skelton meeting with the Canadian Federation of Independent Businesses to discuss issues facing small businesses.

Minister Skelton meeting with the Tourism Industry Association of Canada, pictured with the Minister are Tyler Lloyd and Randy Williams

Minister Skelton getting excited about the Vanier Cup with Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchinson and his wife Mardele

Minister Skelton at the official greeting ceremony for the King and Queen of Sweden

Minister Skelton at the Veterans' Ceremony

Minister Skelton chatting with a Veteran

Minister Skelton honoring the Veterans at a Veterans' Ceremony

Minister Skelton giving thumbs up with Don Cherry




Minister Skelton meeting with the Canadian Alliance of Student Associations

Minister Skelton checking out the Ponies at the Cherry Hill Pony Club

Minister Skelton at the Grand Opening for Sasktel Sports

Minister Skelton with Lacy Longworth

Minister Skelton celebrating the 60th Anniversary of the Montgomery Club.

Minister Skelton with Addictions Counsellor Brian Kirkness, thinking of taking a ride on his Harley!

Minister Skelton at the Biggar Parade in a hot yellow convertible

Minister Skelton with Blondie Johnson, Mayor of Tessier, celebrating his 80th birthday and Canada's 139th birthday

Minister Skelton discussing our youth with Keith Jorgenson of the Core Neighborhood Youth Co-op

Minister Skelton looking at new agricultural technology at the Canola Breeding Station

Minister Skelton recent visit to the Canola Breeding Station where she discussed the importance of the Canola industry for Saskatchewan

Minister Skelton paying tribute to the 40th anniversary of CJYM/CFYM

Minister Skelton celebrating the 40th anniversary of CJYM/CFYM with Alma Dubé, Mayor of Rosetown, and Barb Bell, CJYM/CFYM Station Manager

Minister Skelton delivers greetings to the recent Pets in the Park event to help raise funds for animal welfare.

Minister Skelton was on hand at the recent Pets in the Park event to help raise funds for animal welfare in Saskatoon.

Minister Skelton meets with representatives from the Canadian Cattlemen's Association at her office in Ottawa.


Minister Skelton is pictured with first place winner (peewee showmanship) Wyatt Millar at the Prairieland Junior Ag Showcase. Wyatt is from Grandora.



Minister Skelton helps to hand out awards at the 2006 Prairieland Junior Ag Showcase at Prairieland Park in Saskatoon.


Minister Skelton helps judge Dennis Erickson of Wetaskiwin, AB, award ribbons at the 2006 Prairieland Junior Ag Showcase in Saskatoon.

Minister Skelton is pictured with Steve Shannon from CJWW and 97-year old Lionel Smith on a steam engine at

Pionera at the Western Development Museum.


Minister Skelton speaks with Betty Nippi-Albright of Saskatoon.  Betty was recently in Ottawa to promote diabetes awareness as a delegate with the Canadian Diabetes Association.

Minister Skelton poses with Katimavik participants Ashley Booth and Jaylene Falke.  Ashley and Jaylene are from Saskatoon.


Minister Carol Skelton speaks to Grade 3 students at Confederation Park School.

Minister Skelton puts her foot on the shovel at the Sod Turning ceremony to celebrate expansion to Prairieland Park in Saskatoon. 

Minister Carol Skelton speaks with Canadian Light Source synchrotron scientists Ingrid Pickering (left) and Elizabeth Schultke after announcing $3.8 million for seven new beamlines at the synchrotron in Saskatoon.

Minister Carol Skelton announces $3.8 million for seven new beamlines at the Canadian Light Source synchrotron in Saskatoon on March 31, 2006.

Minister Carol Skelton at the announcement of $10.5 million for four Canada Celebrates Saskatchewan projects in Saskatoon.  Front row from L to R: Lynne Yelich, MP; Tibor Feheregyhazi, Artistic Director, Persephone Theatre; Minister Skelton; and Sheila Gamble, CEO, Wanuskewin Heritage Park.  Back row, L to R: Mark Regier, CEO, Prairieland Park; Brad Trost, MP; and Don Atchison, Mayor of Saskatoon.

Minister Skelton chats with Brian Graham, President of Saskatoon's Pleasant Hill Community Association, at the announcement of $365,340 through the Saskatoon Urban Development Agreement, for the clean up of three adjacent lots in the Pleasant Hill area to prepare them for future development.

Minister Carol Skelton with Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison (centre) and WD Saskatchewan Assistant Deputy Minister Daniel Watson at the Canada Celebrates Saskatchewan announcement in Saskatoon on March 24.

Minister Carol Skelton joins Allan Scott, President and CEO of Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel and Premier Ralph Klein to push the button and unveil Hall D's panoramic view of the North Saskatchewan River Valley.

Minister Carol Skelton speaks to a crowd of 1000+ about the Infrastructure Canada-Alberta Program's contribution to Hall D at its official grand opening.

Minister Carol Skelton and Alberta Premier Ralph Klein present Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel with an Infrastructure Canada-Alberta Program  plaque to commemorate the grand opening of Hall D at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton.

Minister Skelton and Tamara Hauglum, Chair of the Women Building Futures Board of Directors, unveil the architect's rendering of the new Women Building Futures facility in Edmonton.

Minister Skelton with students in the Women Building Futures program in Edmonton.  From left to right: Cindy Austin, Shelley Dunne, and Erin Zier.

Minister Skelton and Brenda Porteous (who graduated from the Women Building Futures program in 2004) perform the "first cut" to officially kick off future renovations to the new facility.  Tamara Hauglum, Chair of the WBF Board of Directors, is in the background.

MinisterSkelton announces  $6.6 million in funding over three years from the Canada-Manitoba Economic Partnership Agreement (EPA) for the Composites Innovation Centre in Winnipeg.

Manitoba Minister Greg Selinger, Minister Carol Skelton and Boeing President Mark Ross examine some of the equipment used to make composites at the Composites Innovation Centre in Winnipeg.






March 20, 2006, at the announcement of $6.6 million for the Composites Innovation Centre: L to R: Mark Ross, President of Boeing Canada (Winnipeg); the Honourable Greg Selinger, Manitoba Minister of Finance, Minister Carol Skelton; and Sean McKay, Executive Director of the Composites Innovation Centre.


Hon. Carol Skelton joined her colleagues Lynne Yelich, M.P., and David Anderson, M.P. in honouring the Canadian Women in Communications 2006 Trailblazer of the Year recipient Sandy Larson.  Ms. Larson is Manager of Customer Service and Operations, SaskTel and Mayor of Swift Current, Saskatchewan.

Hon. Carol Skelton was on hand to help kick-off the 2006 Tim Horton's Brier in Regina.  Pictured with Carol on the left are Sam Richardson, Honorary Chairperson of the 2006 Tim Horton’s Brier and member of the great Ernie Richardson curling team and Jerry Shoemaker, President of the Canadian Curling Association.  Centre photo: Carol and Jerry Shoemaker.  Right photo: Carol, Jerry; and the Brier's mascot, Brier Bear.

Hon. Carol Skelton takes a moment with Cindy Chatwell, Recipient of Mentor of Year Award, and other guests at the 2006 Women in Communications Gala recently held in Ottawa.

  Hon. Carol Skelton is joined by Gerry Braun, Deputy Commissioner North West Region, RCMP, and Vice Chair of the Board of Directors of the Mounted Police Heritage Centre, at the construction site of the new RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina.

Hon. Carol Skelton is sworn in at Rideau Hall as the Minister of
National Revenue and the Minister for Western Economic Diversification


Merlis Belsher of Weldon's Concrete printed this up and posted it beside his office on 11th Street after Carol's reeelction on January 23, 2006.