Presenting Petitions (2005/2006)

From Hansard


19 May 2006 - Support for Autistic Children

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I have petitions to present today on autism from the autism organizations of Saskatchewan. There are nine recommendations they are calling on the government to support, including having respite and family support accessible based on need, support regional autism service providers and provincial autism organizations that are providing support to families and individuals with ASD [autism spectrum disorder].

Mr. Speaker, they’re asking that the government follow through on these recommendations. I so present.


16 May 2006 - Provincial Public Employee Pension Plan

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have a petition to present today. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to initiate measures as required to bring parity to all provincial employee pensions and benefits. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

I so submit.


15 May 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have petitions to present. In fact, it’s interesting to note that I recognize some of the names even. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. As in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from the Swift Current area. I so present.


5 May 2006 - Surgical Services at Tisdale Hospital

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I have a petition to present today on health services in the great community of Tisdale. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to ensure that surgical services are reinstated in the Tisdale Hospital. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from Tisdale, Zenon Park, Archerwill, Sylvania, Prairie River, Nipawin, Biggar, Ratcliffe, Mistatim, and a number of communities across the province. I so present, Mr. Speaker.


1 May 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have a petition to present today. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These concerned citizens come from the city of Saskatoon, Mr. Speaker.


26 April 2006 - Children's Hospital in Saskatoon

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have a petition to present today in support of a children’s hospital in Saskatoon. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to implement an allocation of financial resources in this year’s budget to build a provincial children’s hospital in Saskatoon. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from the good people of Saskatoon.


25 April 2006 - Children's Hospital in Saskatoon

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have a petition to present today. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to implement an allocation of financial resources in this year’s budget to build a provincial children’s hospital in Saskatoon. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

I so present.


24 April 2006 - Children's Hospital in Saskatoon

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I have a petition to present today.

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to implement an allocation of financial resources in this year’s budget to build a provincial children’s hospital in Saskatoon. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions come from the city of Saskatoon. I so present.


6 April 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have petitions opposed to the NDP’s [New Democratic Party] two tiered health care. The petition reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from Saskatoon. I so present.


30 March 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have petitions to present today. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from the Martensville and Saskatoon area. I so present.


29 March 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. Mr. Speaker, I too have a petition to present today.

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from the Estevan area. I so present.


28 March 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I too have petitions dealing with Avastin:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from Saskatoon and Borden, Saskatchewan.


27 March 2006 - Funding of Cancer Drug Avastin

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I have a petition as well.

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fully fund the cancer drug Avastin. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, come from Saskatoon. I so present.


23 March 2006 - Reduction of Health Services in Biggar

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I am pleased to rise today with petitions from people concerned about health care. The prayer reads:

Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary steps to ensure that the Biggar Hospital, long-term care home, and ambulance services maintain at the very least the current level of service. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

Not surprisingly, Mr. Speaker, these petitions all come from the town of Biggar. I so present.


1 December 2005 - Widening of Highway 5

Mr. D’Autremont: — Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I also have petitions to present today. The prayer reads:

    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to upgrade and widen Highway No. 5 from Humboldt to Saskatoon. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.

These petitions, Mr. Speaker, obviously come from people who have interest between Saskatoon and Humboldt as they all come from the small town of Saskatoon, Mr. Speaker. I so present.


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