Tuesday, November 18, 2014

MLA: HONOURABLE JIM REITER - ROSETOWN-ELROSE - MINISTER OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS, MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR FIRST NATIONS, METIS AND NORTHERN AFFAIRS AND MINISTER RESPONSIBLE FOR SASKENERGY

Dear Lord, Thank you for the dedication and commitment that the Honourable Jim Reiter brings to his work. Both for the people of Rosetown-Elrose and for the people of Saskatchewan.  With his responsibilities as minister responsible for three areas, we ask that You continue to give him the keen eyes of a leader and the wisdom in discerning how to take those ministries in healthy directions. We also ask that You give Minister Reiter a supernatural longterm vision for the province that allows him to see what the outcome will be 50 to 100 years from now. We ask this in Jesus' name. Amen.

Jim Reiter was first elected as the MLA for Rosetown-Elrose in the 2007 provincial election and was re-elected in 2011. 

Professionally, Jim has extensive experience in municipal governance. He was the long-time administrator for the Rural Municipalities of Marriott and Pleasant Valley. He has served as director, Vice-President, and President of the Rural Municipal Administrators' Association (RMAA), as well as executive director.


Among his educational accomplishments is a Senior Certificate in Local Government Administration from the University of Regina. He also served six years on the U of R Senate. Jim has served his community as a Justice of the Peace and marriage commissioner.

Jim served as the Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Education with specific responsibility for the Property Tax Initiative. His report formed the basis for the largest education property tax cut in a single year in the province's history. Jim served as the Minister of Highways and Infrastructure and the Minister Responsible for Saskatchewan Transportation Company.

Jim currently serves as Minister of Government Relations, Minister Responsible for First Nations, M├ętis and Northern Affairs, and Minister Responsible for SaskEnergy. 

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