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L'honorable Bronwyn Eyre

Bronwyn Eyre

Ministre de l’Énergie et des Ressources

Ministre responsable de la Société de l’eau de la Saskatchewan (SaskWater)

Ministre responsable de SaskEnergy

Député provinciale de Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Madame Bronwyn Eyre a été élue députée de la circonscription de Stonebridge-Dakota dans le cadre des élections provinciales de 2016. Elle a exercé les fonctions de ministre de l’Enseignement supérieur et de ministre de l’Éducation.

Ancienne annonceuse à la radio et chroniqueuse, Bronwyn Eyre a également servi comme conseillère à la commission scolaire des écoles publiques de Saskatoon. Elle a antérieurement été rédactrice-éditrice principale pour le Commercial Lawyer et l’European Lawyer, deux publications juridiques du Royaume-Uni. Elle a étudié à l’Université McGill et à l’Université de la Saskatchewan (B.A. en 1993; LL. B, en 1996). Madame Eyre parle français, allemand et italien.

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