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Honourable Scott Moe

Honourable Scott Moe

Minister of Advanced Education

MLA for Rosthern-Shellbrook

Scott Moe was first elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in the 2011 provincial election for the Rosthern-Shellbrook constituency.

Scott was born and raised in the constituency on a grain farm between Shellbrook and Parkside. Currently, Scott and his wife Krista live in Shellbrook with their two children. As a family, they enjoy many outdoor activities in what he describes as the irreplaceable landscape of Saskatchewan.

Scott was educated at the University of Saskatchewan where he received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture. Scott has been active in the community through his work with the Economic Development Corporation, the Shellbrook and District Health Services Project Inc., and the Shellbrook and District Physician Recruitment committee. He has also volunteered his time to work with local hockey and softball associations.

Scott served as a member of the legislature’s Standing Committee of Crown and Central Agencies, was Deputy Chair of the legislature’s Standing Committee on Public Accounts, and Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Agriculture.

On June 5, 2014 he was appointed Minister of Environment, Minister Responsible for SaskWater, and Minister Responsible for the Water Security Agency.

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