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Honourable Everett Hindley

Honourable Everett Hindley Minister of Mental Health and Addictions,
Seniors, and Rural and Remote Health

MLA for Swift Current


Everett Hindley was first elected as the MLA for Swift Current in a 2018 by-election. He was re-elected in the 2020 provincial election.

Everett grew up on a family farm near Melfort, SK and is the oldest of four children.

In late 1995, he graduated from the Western Academy Broadcasting College in Saskatoon and then moved to Swift Current the following year. Everett was the morning news announcer and news director for the local radio stations for 3½ years and the colour commentator for the Swift Current Broncos hockey broadcasts.

In October 1999, Everett began working for the newly elected MLA Brad Wall as his constituency assistant. He managed the local MLA office until the spring of 2006 when he then became the executive assistant to the Leader of the Official Opposition. Upon the Saskatchewan Party's election as government in 2007, Everett served as the executive assistant to the Premier.

During his 18 years of public service, Everett has been responsible for helping coordinate the Premier's itinerary, staffing many of the Premier's meetings and events, and has been part of several international trade missions helping to promote Swift Current's and Saskatchewan's interests.

On November 9, 2020, Premier Scott Moe appointed Everett as the Minister of Mental Health and Addictions, Seniors and Rural and Remote Health.

Everett has served Saskatchewan as Government Whip and as the Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Trade and Export Development.

Everett and his wife Anita have two grown children – Raven and Adler – and are proud grandparents.

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