M.L.A. Report

By: Hon. Jeremy Harrison – Saskatchewan Party

Jeremy Harrison grew up in the Meadow Lake area and graduated from Carpenter High School.  He went on to complete an undergraduate degree in Political Science and Canadian History from the University of Alberta, graduating in 2001, and holds a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy.  Jeremy also attended the University of Saskatchewan where he graduated with a Juris Doctor (Law) degree in 2004.  He was called to the bar in 2008.

Jeremy was successfully elected to Parliament on June 28th, 2004 and, at the age of 26, became one of the youngest Canadians ever to sit in the House of Commons.  After Jeremy was elected to the Saskatchewan legislature in November 2007, he became the youngest Canadian ever to have been elected to both the House of Commons and a provincial Legislative Assembly.

Since 2007, Jeremy has served as a Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Energy and Resources, Northern Resources an Oil Sands Development, Government House Leader, and in various cabinet positions including Minister of Municipal Affairs and Minister of Enterprise Saskatchewan.  He is currently Deputy House Leader; Associate Minister of the Economy responsible for Trade, Tourism, Innovation and Immigration; and a member of the Board of Internal Economy.
Jeremy and his wife Alaina, a school teacher, have one son, MacGregor, and one daughter, Finnley.

View the annual disclosure statements (http://www.legassembly.sk.ca/mlas/disclousure-statements/) filed by all MLAs.

CONTACT
Legislative Building, Address Room: 346   

Phone: 787 – 4300, Fax: 787 – 3174

Constituency address:  P.O. Box 848; 201 - 2nd St. W., North Entrance, Meadow Lake, SK   S9X 1Y6   Phone: 306 – 236 - 6669; Fax: 306 – 236 - 6744.

Online email: jharriso[email protected]  (mailto:[email protected])   
 

New, Watered-Down Carbon Tax Changes Nothing

August 9, 2018 - 8:46am

A Made-in-Ottawa Carbon Tax will impact Saskatchewan’s economy to the tune of $1.8 billion each and every year while only marginally reducing carbon emissions.

After two years of telling us that a carbon tax would not affect Canada’s competitiveness and hurt our economy, the federal government has finally admitted that it will.

The Trudeau government recently announced that they will now reduce the amount of tax companies are required to pay on their greenhouse gas emissions.

3 Year Plan to Balance Budget on Track

June 28, 2018 - 11:03am

Our government’s three-year plan to balance the budget is on track at a time when Saskatchewan taxpayers are also helping to balance the budgets of other provinces, such as Quebec.

Through the federal equalization program, taxpayers in Saskatchewan are funding programs and services in other provinces, even when those other provinces’ economies are strong.

Just last year, equalization made up 10 per cent of Quebec’s revenue – over $11 billion. This was a year in which that province posted a $2 billion surplus.