Petitions (2004/2005)

Presenting Petitions

From Hansard

26 April 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Briercrest, Baildon, and Moose Jaw. I so present.


11 April 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Briercrest. I so present.


8 April 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly volunteer basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


6 April 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Moose Jaw. I so present.


4 April 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Moose Jaw, Caron, Ardill, and Kincaid. I so present.


31 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


30 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school division in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as is duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Craik and Aylesbury. I so present.


24 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


23 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


22 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I, as well, rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as is duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


21 March 2005 - New Hospital Needed in Humboldt
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with this governments lack of commitment to the Humboldt hospital. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the government to take the necessary action to fulfill their commitment to the people of Humboldt and area and provide the funding necessary for a new hospital in Humboldt.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Humboldt and Muenster.


18 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


17 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly volunteer basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Chamberlain, Craik, Aylesbury, and Davidson. I so present.


16 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise as well to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals all from the community of Craik. I so present.


15 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I as well rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Aylesbury, Craik; Provost, Alberta; and Kindersley, Saskatchewan. I so present.


14 March 2005 - Forced School Division Amalgamations
Mr. Stewart: Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I rise to present a petition signed by citizens concerned with the forced amalgamation of school divisions. And the prayer reads:
    Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Hon. Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to reverse the decision to force the amalgamation of school divisions in Saskatchewan and continue reorganization of school divisions on a strictly voluntary basis. And as in duty bound, your petitioners will ever pray.
Mr. Speaker, this petition is signed by individuals from the communities of Moose Jaw and Drinkwater. I so present.


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