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Released on November 30, 2016Saskatchewan Party MLAs are mourning the loss of their good friend and colleague Roger Parent, MLA for Saskatoon Meewasin. Parent passed away last night at Royal University Hospital in Saskatoon with family members at his side. He was 63.
Parent was first elected in 2011 and was re-elected in the provincial election earlier this year. Prior to his election, Roger was involved in several community initiatives including the Saskatoon Homelessness Initiative Partnership, Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority-Aboriginal Economic Development Committee and the Saskatchewan Committee on Aboriginal Procurement, Métis Nation – Saskatchewan.
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