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New Judge Appointed to Provincial Court in Yorkton
Mar. 10, 2017

The Honourable Donna Taylor has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan. Judge Taylor is joining the Yorkton Chambers to fill the vacancy left by Judge Pat Reis. Judge Reis will be transferring to Regina to fill the opening in the Regina Chambers as a result of Judge Toth’s retirement.

Judge Taylor graduated from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan in 1982 and most recently was an Associate with Leland Campbell LLP, Yorkton. She has spent the majority of her career in private practice and has a great deal of experience in family law and child protection. More

Queen's Bench Amendments to Take Effect on April 1, 2017
Mar. 7, 2017

The Court of Queen's Bench has amended the Rules of Court and related forms effective April 1, 2017.  The amendments include authorizing lawyers to send requests for service directly to foreign countries pursuant to The Hague Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extrajudicial Documents in Civil and Commercial Matters, and amending the family law Petition and Answer forms to require additional information concerning other relevant court proceedings and to update the Statement of Lawyer.  Details

Provincial Court Publishes Biennial Report
Dec. 15, 2016

The Provincial Court of Saskatchewan has published its Biennial Report for the time period of January 1, 2014, to December 31, 2015. The report provides a snapshot of the Court’s work, including the breadth and diversity of its jurisdiction. The report will help readers to better understand the day-to-day work of Provincial Court. Read the Report.

New Judge Appointed to Provincial Court in Moose Jaw
Nov. 25, 2016

The Honourable Daryl Rayner has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan in Moose Jaw. Judge Rayner has practiced law for 32 years, starting as a Crown Prosecutor in Regina after graduating from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan in 1983. He has been in prosecutions his entire career, most recently serving as Assistant Deputy Minister Public Prosecutions. Judge Rayner also taught criminal law at the Saskatchewan Police College and RCMP "F" Division. He replaces Judge Margaret Gordon, who will retire in early 2017. More

 

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