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Carol and other dignitaries celebrate the opening of the new RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina.

May 22nd was the grand opening of the RCMP Heritage Centre located on the historic RCMP Academy grounds in Regina.  Minister Skelton joined other dignitaries at the official opening ceremonies to officially kick-off this important new heritage project.

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Carol with Mayor Don Atchison and fellow MP Lynne Yelich, at the announcement of federal funding for a $20 million project to improve key freeway interchanges in Saskatoon that will reduce congestion and improve trade.

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Carol announcing new affordable housing to help low-income residents in the Pleasant Hill Neighbourhood of Saskatoon.

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Minister Skelton meeting with Saskatoon Firefighters (from left to right) Clint Belitsky, Rob Hogan and Bruce Siemens, to discuss the issues facing firefighters.

Katie MacMillan from Asquith learns more about the processes of government at the Forum for Young Canadians.

Carol and Joey Kuntz, of J & J's Optical Gallery, looking over some documents.

Carol recently announced the results of report she commissioned to help reduce the compliance burden for small businesses at J & J's Optical Gallery.  Pictured with the Minister are (l-r) Joe Kuntz, Andrew Scheer, Lorraine Kuntz, Carol, Gerry Ritz and Joey Kuntz.

Carol with a supportive family, Roger and Lill Lareau at the Registered Disability Savings Program.

Carol at the announcement of the Registered Disability Savings Program with Faith Savarese, Executive director of the Regina & District Association for Community Living, and Andrew Scheer, MP for Regina Qu'Appelle.

Carol hands over a cheque of $150,000 to the Saskatoon Health Region to continue the fight against diabetes.

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Carol visiting with Lori Lake from Asquith and Amanda Waldner from Grandora at the Forum for Young Canadians dinner.

Carol with a group of Saskatchewan Legislative Interns on Parliament Hill.  From left to right - Jonathan Selnes, Lucy Pereira, Carol, Justine Gilbert, Kiley Frantik and Jarita Greyeyes

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Carol with the Fairhaven Elementary School mascots showing off her school spirit.

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Carol at Fairhaven Elementary School reading and talking with a group of children.

Carol at the installation of Dr. Gordon Barnhart as Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.  L - R: Carmen Brown, Trent Evanisky, Brad Wall, Carol Skelton, Nigel Molaro and Amber Parillo

Minister Skelton and Minister Oda at the Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming Centre with a young artist.

Minister Skelton and Minister Oda help paint a modern masterpiece at the Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Programming Centre, which helps youth-at-risk find positive outlets for their talents.

Minister Skelton and Bev Oda, Minister of Heritage, touring the current construction progress of the Persephone Theatre.

Minister Skelton and Bev Oda, Minister of Heritage, at the funding announcement for the Persephone Theatre in Saskatoon.

Minister Skelton taking a tour of the RCMP Heritage Centre with fellow Member of Parliament's and Vic Huard, President and CEO of RCMP Heritage Centre. 

Minister Skelton attended the grand opening of the Prairieland expansion, a project that will greatly benefit Saskatchewan.

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Minister Skelton with Steven Badger, a young enthusiastic Conservative

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Minister Skelton at the Forum for Young Canadians dinner with Jennavieve Perkins who attends the Delisle Composite High School.

Minister Skelton speaking with Dr. Ramsden at the  West Winds Primary Health Centre, where Carol announced Health Canada funding to help reduce the rate of smoking in Aboriginal communities.

Minister Skelton went to the West Winds Primary Health Centre to announce Health Canada funding to help reduce the rate of smoking in Aboriginal communities.

Minister Skelton speaking with Doctors at the West Winds Primary Health Centre.

Minister Skelton presented the Prime Minister's Award for Early Childhood Education to Saskatoon's Laurel Clark.

Minister Skelton recently spoke at the Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities to discuss the issues facing rural municipalities.

Minister Skelton and Lynne Yelich, MP for Blackstrap, getting together with kids at Oliver Place, which received funding to help bridge the gap between youth and seniors.

Minister Skelton participating in a good old fashioned sing-a-long at the funding announcement for the New Horizons for Seniors Program.

Minister Skelton announces new funding for the New Horizons for Seniors Program.

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Luke Martens, a constituent from Rosetown, recently came to Ottawa with the Youth Encounters in Canada and visited with Carol at her office.

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Carol recently visited the Parkridge Centre with Minister Clement to discuss issues regarding disabilities.

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Medical students Rosemarie Sabiston, Susan Bobbitt and Russell Murphy, from the University of Saskatchewan, recently came to meet with Carol to discuss issues affecting students across the country.

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Minister Skelton presenting a "Protect Canadian Children from Adult Predators" ribbon, signed by constituents of Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar, to the Hon. Rob Nicholson, Minister of Justice and Attorney General.

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Minister Skelton and Morag Macpherson show off their turn-of-the-century style at the Saskatoon Centennial "Right on Track" dinner
 

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Minister Skelton speaking at the Sasktel Sports Centre with Jeff and Landon Thiessen and Stephan Krieg, promoting the Children Fitness Tax Credit, which allows parents to claim a tax deduction for enrolling their children in physical activity programs

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Minister Skelton speaking at the funding announcement for TRLabs, a communications technology research and development consortium, where Western Economic Diversification invested $10 million

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Minister Skelton at the funding announcement for TRLabs, a communications technology research and development consortium