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Chief Justice Receives Honorary Doctorate

The University of Regina has conferred an honorary doctorate of laws on The Honourable E. D. Bayda, Chief Justice of Saskatchewan. The ceremony took place during the University of Regina’s spring convocation. Back to 2006 News Archives Back to News Home Download...

New Provincial Court Sittings at Thunderchild

In June 2006, the Saskatchewan Provincial Court will commence circuit court sittings on the Thunderchild First Nation. The judge and staff from the Lloydminster Provincial Court office will hold court there twice a month. The Thunderchild First Nation Chief and...

New Judge Appointed to Meadow Lake

Donald J. Bird has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court in Meadow Lake.   Read the News Release Back to 2006 News Archives Back to News Home Download / Update a FREE PDF...

Honourable Roy N. Hall Obituary

On March 25, the Honourable Roy Norman Hall, passed away at the age of 85 years. Born at Ponteix, Saskatchewan on October 24, 1920, Roy was educated at Ponteix and Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, and graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a B.A. and LL.B (cum...

Judge Recieves Hodgson Award

The Law Society of Saskatchewan announced that the Honourable Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond is the recipient of the Willy Hodgson Award which was presented in Regina on March 3, 2006. This award is given in memory of Willy Hodgson, O.C., SOM, and her many contributions to...

Tele-Bail Service Announced

Effective February 4, 2006, a new province-wide service called “Tele-Bail” will enable persons in police custody on weekends to have a judge conduct their bail hearings by telephone. Tele-Bail will be available between the hours of 1 p.m. and 5 p.m. on...
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