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Carol having a friendly chat at the Musée Ukraina Museum Building Communities program event.

Carol untying a Métis sash with a member of the Caron family to officially reopen the Caron Home at Batoche National Historic Site of Canada.  Read Release >>

The Caron Home at Batoche National Historic Site recently received $53,100 from Parks Canada and the Gabriel Dumont Institute to help restore and provide programming at this important historic site.  Read Release >>

 

Carol announcing that the Central Urban Métis Federation Inc. recently received $70,000 in funding for the training of young single mothers in life skills through the Infinity House Life Skills Project.  Read Release >>

The Saskatchewan Craft Council recently received $15,000 to fund their participation in the annual Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show.  In this photo, Carol is presenting the cheque to their organization.  Read Release >>

Carol helping reduce greenhouse gas emissions by taking an old-school carriage ride at the Saskatchewan Exhibition Parade.

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Carol speaking at the Habitat for Humanity Summer Build Project.

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Morag MacPherson and Carol at the Habitat for Humanity Summer Build Project.

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Firefighters Wheler and Nahachewsky at Firestation #2 were nice enough to let Carol stand on the bumper of their truck when she was handing out flags.

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Carol was handing out flags to the firefighters to put on their trucks this last June.  Firefighters Adair and Savino come from Firestation #1 in Saskatoon.

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Carol at the sod-turning ceremony with Premier Calvert and Mayor Don Atchison for the Riverfront landing project on the Saskatchewan river.  The federal government contributed a significant portion of the funding for the project.

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Canada Day was a big success this year in Saskatoon.  In this picture, Carol is with the young ladies of c95 radio station.  Pictured from Left to Right - Premier Lorne Calvert, Jana and Erin from c95, Jim Wall, Zoey also from c95, Carol and Mayor Don Atchison.

The official plaque for the Alvin Hamilton Building, opened for business by the Honourable Carol Skelton.

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The official ribbon cutting ceremony for the Alvin Hamilton Building.  Pictured, from left to right: Cheryl Bartell, RDG Western Region Public Works, Deputy Mayor Michael Fougere, City of Regina, and Bill Hamilton, son of the late Alvin Hamilton, Andrew Scheer, MP, Carol, Dave Batters, MP, and Tom Lukiwiski, MP.

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Carol shaking hands with Bill Hamilton, son of the late Alvin Hamilton.  Alvin Hamilton was a prominent member of John Diefenbaker's cabinet who negotiated the first ever wheat deal with mainland China.

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The eco-friendly Alvin Hamilton Building was recently opened by Carol.  The Alvin Hamilton building, a Government of Canada building, will be 44% more energy efficient and get 50% of its power from renewable sources.  Read the story here.

Carol was recently at the Relay for Life: Survivor's Victory Lap in Saskatoon.  Carol, a cancer survivor herself, spent the day with Paige Hansen, a young constituent of Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar.

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As Minister of National Revenue, Carol introduces a new Taxpayers' Bill of Rights and Taxpayer's Ombudsman to improve service to Canadians paying taxes.

Carol launches the introduction on BizPaL in rural communities in Saskatchewan, including Rosetown and Biggar.  BizPaL helps businesses comply with the paperwork burden of all levels of government.

Carol handing a cheque out for Asquith to improve a railway crossing in the community.

Carol recently discovers her fear for spiders at Lord Asquith School when a tarantula is handed around.

Carol at Lord Asquith School with children holding up railway safety brochures she handed out to the students.

Carol delivers an address on behalf of the Government of Canada, congratulating the RCMP on the opening of the new Heritage Centre.