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Changes to Senior Public Service

Released on May 18, 2017

Deputy Minister to the Premier Alanna Koch today announced a change to the senior leadership of the Saskatchewan Public Service.

Effective June 12, 2017, Fred Antunes will be appointed Deputy Minister of Highways and Infrastructure.

Antunes joins the public service from his role as Senior Vice-President, General Infrastructure at SNC-Lavalin Inc. where he was responsible for all major road and bridge construction projects.  Antunes previously held positions in the Government of Saskatchewan as a Director with the Ministry of Highways and Infrastructure and a member of the Information Technology Office’s senior leadership team.

“I want to congratulate Fred on his new role and welcome him back to the public service after 10 years in the private sector,” Koch said.  “I also want to thank Blair Wagar, Assistant Deputy Minister of Highways and Infrastructure, for leading the ministry on an acting basis following the retirement of the Nithi Govindasamy.”


For more information, contact:

Kathy Young
Executive Council
Phone: 306-787-0425
Cell: 306-526-8927

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