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Passing of Lieutenant Governor W. Thomas Molloy

Released on July 2, 2019

Premier Scott Moe regrets to share the sad news of the death of Saskatchewan’s Lieutenant Governor the Honourable W. Thomas Molloy, O.C., S.O.M., on July 2nd, 2019, following a courageous battle with pancreatic cancer.

“Krista and I are saddened by the news of the passing of our Lieutenant Governor. On behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan and people of our province, I offer my sincere condolences to Mr. Molloy’s family, and to the many that called him a friend. His Honour had a lasting impact on our province and nation in his five decades of dedicated service. His many contributions to the betterment of our country leaves a tremendous legacy that I hope provides his family with some comfort in this time of grief.”

Mr. Molloy was installed as the 22nd Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan on March 21st, 2018.  Since his installation, he took part in hundreds of events, earning the admiration and affection of people across the province.  He participated in many celebrations with Indigenous communities, in addition to his support for youth, mental health initiatives, literacy, new Canadians, and seniors.

Molloy, a respected Saskatoon lawyer, negotiator, and author, was renowned for his treaty-making and reconciliation with Indigenous peoples. His work in the Nunavut Land Claims Agreement and the historic Nisga’a Final Agreement in British Columbia led to his investiture as an Officer of the Order of Canada in 1996, and as a Member of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in 2012.  Among many other accolades, he received the 2018 Ramon John Hnatyshyn Award for Law from the Canadian Bar Association.  He also served as Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan from 2001 to 2007, and was Chancellor Emeritus.

Books of condolence will be available for the public to sign at Government House, in the main lobby of the Legislative Building in Regina, and at City Hall in Saskatoon, beginning on Wednesday July 3rd, 2019. Online condolences can be sent through the official website of the Lieutenant Governor’s Office: www.ltgov.sk.ca

Flags on all Government of Saskatchewan buildings will be placed at half-mast immediately and until sunset on the day of the funeral or memorial service, arrangements for which are still pending.

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For more information, contact:
 
Jim Billington
Executive Council
Regina
Phone: 306-787-0425
Email: jim.billington@gov.sk.ca 

Carolyn Speirs
Office of the Lieutenant Governor
Regina
Phone: 306-787-6460
Email: carolyn.speirs@gov.sk.ca

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