MLA Tim McLeod has been acclaimed as the Saskatchewan Party’s candidate for Moose Jaw North for the 2024 provincial election. 

McLeod was first elected as the MLA for Moose Jaw North in the 2020 provincial election. He currently serves in the government’s cabinet as the Minister of Mental Health and Addiction, Seniors and Rural and Remote Health. 

He has previously served as Provincial Secretary and Legislative Secretary to the Premier. He was a member of the Treasury Board, the cabinet Committee on Government Operations, the Standing Committee on Intergovernmental Affairs and Justice, and the government representative on the Wakamow Valley Authority Board. 

Before taking office, McLeod served on the Prairie South School Division board, the University of Saskatchewan Senate, the Board of Governors for the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, and as president of the Moose Jaw and Area Bar Association. 

McLeod becomes the first Saskatchewan Party candidate to be announced out of the two Moose Jaw ridings. The Moose Jaw Wakamow nomination meeting will be taking place at a later date. Incumbent MLA Greg Lawrence announced he would not be seeking re-election. Megan Patterson has been the only one to announce publicly that she is running for the nomination. 

The next provincial election is set to take place on or before Oct. 28, 2024. 

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