NSBA Luncheon Series – “The Politics of Pipelines and the Principles at Stake” (Nov2/18)Register Now
November 2, 2018
11:30am - 1:00pm
LocationRadisson Hotel - Michelangelo A
Registration @ 11:30 am
NSBA Luncheon Series Featuring:
“The Politics of Pipelines and the Principles at Stake”
A Presentation by Hon. Bronwyn Eyre, MLA – Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota
Continued non-access to pipelines – as well as federal initiatives such as Bill C-69, the Clean Fuel Standard, and the Carbon Tax – represent an unprecedented threat to Saskatchewan’s competitiveness in energy and resources. Minister Eyre will share her insights on these issues and what she’s hearing on the ground – from oil executives to local operators. This promises to be a thought-provoking presentation on the politics of pipelines and why we need more Canadian energy.
Bronwyn Eyre was elected MLA for Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota in the 2016 provincial election. A former radio broadcaster and columnist, Bronwyn also served as a Saskatoon public school board trustee. Previously, she was a senior writer/editor for UK-based legal publications Commercial Lawyer and European Lawyer. She attended McGill University and the University of Saskatchewan, where she graduated in Law in 1996, and speaks French, German, and Italian. Bronwyn has served Saskatchewan as Minister of Education, Minister of Advanced Education, Minister responsible for the Status of Women and Vice-Chair of Treasury Board. On February 2, 2018, she was appointed Minister of Energy and Resources and Minister responsible for SaskWater and SaskEnergy.