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Stuart John Cameron

The Honourable Stuart John Cameron


1980 - 1981   Justice of the Saskatchewan Court of Queen's Bench
1981 - 2014   Justice of the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal

Stuart Cameron was born in Maple Creek in 1939 to Alexander and Miriam Cameron.   He attended high school at Campion Collegiate in Regina and got his Bachelor of Arts in 1961 and his LL.B. in 1962 from the University of Saskatchewan. He married Sonia Patzsernuik in 1962 and they had three children, Alison, Sheila and Sandi.

He articled to E.J. Moss, Q.C. in 1962 and was admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1963. He became a partner of Moss, Wimmer and Cameron in 1964 and then later merged with the firm of Balfour Moss. He was appointed Chief of Staff to the Federal Minister of Justice in 1973 and elected to the Saskatchewan Legislature in 1975.

Mr. Cameron sat on a number of boards including the Board of Governors of the Regina General Hospital, the Saskatchewan Board of Directors for the John Howard Society, chair of the Regina Housing Authority and President of the Regina Bar Association.

He was appointed to the Court of Queen’s Bench in 1980 and then to the Court of Appeal in 1981.

Mr. Cameron served as vice-president of the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice and was a faculty member for many years of the Saskatchewan Bar Administration Course.  He retired from the Court of Appeal on his 75th birthday, May 15, 2014.

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