The Honorable Ken Cheveldayoff, MLA Saskatoon Willowgrove, has been involved in provincial politics since 2003. The chronology of Ken’s elected positions includes the following:
|* 2003 – 2011 MLA Saskatoon Silver Springs
|* 2016 – MLA Saskatoon Willowgrove
Since the Saskatchewan Party formed government in 2007, Ken has served as Minister of the following portfolios:
|* Crown Corporations
|* First Nations & Metis Relations
||* Northern Affairs
and Minister Responsible for the following:
||Sask. Gaming Corporation
||Sask. Watershed Authority
In 2014, Ken was appointed Government House Leader.
With the Cabinet shuffle on August 23rd 2016, Cheveldayoff was asked by the Premier to serve as Minister of Parks, Culture, Sport and Minister responsible for the Public Service Commission (PSC). He appreciates the opportunity to help Saskatchewan grow as he focuses on tourism enhancement, quality of life and economic growth. In particular, Cheveldayoff looks forward to working with diverse groups and enhancing and promoting the cultural, artistic and recreational areas of Saskatchewan.
As MLA, Minister Cheveldayoff proudly represents the constituents of Saskatoon Willowgrove. He continues to be involved in numerous activities in Saskatoon and throughout the province.
Ken believes effective representation is about listening to the people you serve, acting on their behalf, knowing your community and working hard to ensure their voices are heard. These beliefs are displayed throughout each and every day as Ken attends and supports numerous functions in Saskatoon and Saskatchewan.
Prior to his involvement with government, Minister Cheveldayoff worked with Western Economic Diversification, assisting individual businesses and industries in their pursuit of growth and expansion.
Minister Cheveldayoff is an alumnus from Carleton University in Ottawa, the University of Saskatchewan and Newport University in Southern California. He graduated with a B.A. (Honors) in Economics/Political Science in 1988 and a Masters of Business Administration in 1996.
Ken and his wife Trish are actively involved in several community organizations and activities. They have raised their son Carter and daughter Paige in Saskatoon and are grateful to live in a caring and compassionate community and city.
Office: 1106A Central Ave. N., Saskatoon SK, S7N 2H1