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Fri Mar 21 17:14:07 2014 UTClccn-no20020209730.00Newsletter = Bulletin de nouvelles0.761.00Peace, progress and prosperity a biography of the Honourable Walter Scott /7054317Gordon_Barnhartno20020209735710844lccn-no2004003691Scott, Walter1867-1938lccn-n82105455University of ReginaCanadian Plains Research Centerlccn-n80145316Commonwealth Parliamentary Associationlccn-n2003007004McLennan, Davidnc-saskatchewan legislative building regina saskSaskatchewan Legislative Building (Regina, Sask.)lccn-n79034982SaskatchewanLegislative Assemblync-saskatchewan$lieutenant governorSaskatchewanLieutenant Governorlccn-no2008033534Oliver, Edmund Henry1882-1935nc-parliament buildings regina saskParliament Buildings (Regina, Sask.)np-archer, john h$1914 2004Archer, John H.1914-2004Barnhart, GordonBiographyHistoryPictorial worksPeriodicalsSaskatchewanPolitical sciencePrime ministersScott, Walter,Legislative bodies--CommitteesHistoric buildingsSaskatchewan--ReginaArchitectureSaskatchewan Legislative Building (Regina, Sask.)Economic historySocial historyPresbyterian ChurchCanadaEmployeesLegislative bodies--DissolutionBuildingsDissertations, AcademicCanada.--Parliament.--SenateManagementPoliticiansSaskatchewan.--Legislative AssemblyPremiers (Canada)19451973197719781979198319871990199819992000200220032004200720082009201020112422341BF1072.S28703ocn044446962book20000.81Barnhart, GordonPeace, progress, and prosperity : a biography of Saskatchewan's first premier, T. Walter ScottBiography654ocn051088161book19990.84Barnhart, GordonParliamentary committees : enhancing democratic governance : a report of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association study group on parliamentary committees and committee systems+-+5780694036324353ocn053307265book20030.63Saskatchewan premiers of the twentieth centuryBiography334ocn050143110book20020.84Barnhart, GordonBuilding for the future : a photo journal of Saskatchewan's Legislative BuildingHistoryPictorial works+-+6096224335324115ocn007290335book19770.93Barnhart, GordonE.H. Oliver a study of Protestant progressivism in Saskatchewan, 1909-1935History93ocn023822114book19870.81Barnhart, GordonSentinel of the Prairies : the Saskatchewan Legislative Building33ocn048436929book19981.00Barnhart, GordonPeace, progress and prosperity a biography of the Honourable Walter ScottBiography11ocn797000947serialCanadaNewsletterPeriodicals11ocn755921134book2009SaskatchewanAller de l'avant discours du trône 2009 prononcé lors de la séance d'ouverture de la troisième session de la vingt-sixième législature de la province de la Saskatchewan : le mercredi 21 octobre 2009Au début de chaque session de la législature, le gouvernement introduit leurs priorités dans le discours du Trône, lu par le lieutenant-gouverneur au nom du gouvernement. Ce discours présenté par Gordon L. Barnhart concerne la dette, la santé, l'éducation, les personnes vulnérables, la justice et le maintien de l'ordre, l'agriculture, les relations avec les Premières nations et les Métis, l'environnement, l'énergie, les affaires municipales, le tourisme, les parcs, la culture, le sport, et l'immigration11ocn797000952serialCanadaNewsletter = Bulletin de nouvelles11ocn755921132book2007SaskatchewanGarantir l'avenir discours du trône 2007 prononcé lors de la séance d'ouverture de la première session de la vingt-sixième législature de la province de la Saskatchewan : le lundi 10 décembre 2007Au début de chaque session de la législature, le gouvernement introduit leurs priorités dans le discours du Trône, lu par le lieutenant-gouverneur au nom du gouvernement. Ce discours présenté par Gordon L. Barnhart concerne la reddition de comptes, la rétention des jeunes, Entreprise Saskatchewan, une entente de partage des revenus avec les municipalités, les droits du travail, l'innovation et les établissements postsecondaires, l'agriculture, la foresterie, l'allègement fiscal, le tourisme et les parcs, la sécurité, les soins de santé, des collectivités plus sécuritaires, le filet de sécurité sociale, l'environnement, l'éducation, et la qualité de vie des Premières nations et des Métis11ocn725878835book2009Barnhart, GordonSpeech from the throneThis document highlights achievements and initiatives by the government of Saskatchewan in the areas of debt reduction, health, education, putting vulnerable people first, justice and policing, agriculture, First Nations and Métis relations, environment, energy, municipal affairs, tourism, parks, culture, and sport, and immigration11ocn755921135book2010SaskatchewanThe new road speech from the throne 2010 delivered on the occasion of the opening of the fourth session of the twenty-sixth Legislature, Province of Saskatchewan : Wednesday, October 27, 2010At the start of each sitting of the Legislature, the government introduces their priorities in the Speech from the Throne, read by the Lieutenant Governor on behalf of the government. This speech devlived by Gordon L. Barnhart focuses on health, fiscal responsibility, education, Saskatchewan's most vulnerable, justice and public safety, agriculture, First Nations and Métis relations, parks, sport, the environment, sustainable energy, and innovation.--Includes text from Government of Saskatchewan's website11ocn816816885book1973SaskatchewanFinal report Constituency Boundaries Commission 197311ocn816816893book19730.47SaskatchewanInterim report Constituency Boundaries Commission 197311ocn755921133book2008SaskatchewanA stronger Saskatchewan, a better life speech from the throne 2008 delivered on the occasion of the opening of the second session of the twenty-sixth Legislature, Province of Saskatchewan : Wednesday, October 22, 2008At the start of each sitting of the Legislature, the government introduces their priorities in the Speech from the Throne, read by the Lieutenant Governor on behalf of the government. This speech devlived by Gordon L. Barnhart focuses on debt reduction, infrastructure, taxes, innovation, workforce training, education, children and families, people with disabilities, seniors, at-risk children, housing, community-based organizations, health care, the environment, First Nations and Métis, highway construction, Crown corporations, agriculture, working with municipalities, elections, crime, communications, and tourism and the arts.--Includes text from Government of Saskatchewan's website11ocn755921136book2010SaskatchewanLa nouvelle voie discours du trône 2010 prononcé lors de la séance d'ouverture de la quatrième session de la vingt-sixième législature de la province de la Saskatchewan : le mercredi 27 octobre 2010Au début de chaque session de la législature, le gouvernement introduit leurs priorités dans le discours du Trône, lu par le lieutenant-gouverneur au nom du gouvernement. Ce discours présenté par Gordon L. Barnhart concerne la santé, la responsabilité financière, l'éducation, les citoyens les plus vulnérables, la justice et la sécurité publique, l'agriculture, les relations avec les Premières nations et les Métis, les parcs, le sport, l'énergie renouvelable, l'environnement, et l'innovation11ocn755921131book2007SaskatchewanSecuring the future speech from the throne 2007 delivered on the occasion of the opening of the first session of the twenty-sixth Legislature, Province of Saskatchewan : Monday, December 10, 2007At the start of each sitting of the Legislature, the government introduces their priorities in the Speech from the Throne, read by the Lieutenant Governor on behalf of the government. This speech devlived by Gordon L. Barnhart focuses on government accountability, youth retention, Enterprise Saskatchewan, revenue sharing with municipalities, labour, innovation and post-secondary institutions, agriculture, forestry, tax relief, tourism and parks, security, health care, safer communities, the social safety net, the environment, education, and quality of life for First Nations and Métis.--Includes text from Government of Saskatchewan's website11ocn816816876book1979SaskatchewanInterim report : Constituency Boundaries Commission 1979-8011ocn797019641book1983Barnhart, GordonEffects of prorogation of legislative committees11ocn816779868bookBarnhart, GordonBiography--Barnhart, Gordon [file folder]+-+5780694036324+-+5780694036324Fri Mar 21 15:51:19 EDT 2014batch13881