Warren Kaeding, MLA

Melville-Saltcoats

“Our goal is to draw upon experiences in Ag, Business, Youth, Education, Employment and add the right mix of enthusiasm to find the best way to serve the constituents of Melville-Saltcoats.”

About

 

Contact Information and Constituency Offices:

Phone: (306) 728-3881 for all offices | Fax: (306) 728-3883
Email: warrenkaedingmla@sasktel.net | Website: www.warrenkaedingmla.ca
Mailing Address: Box 3215, Melville, SK, Canada, S0A 2P0

Constituency Offices:

Churchbridge
Office Hours – Mon. 9am-4pm
Physical Address: 117 Rankin Rd, Churchbridge

Esterhazy
Office Hours - By Appointment
Physical Address: Esterhazy Town Office, interview room

Melville
Office Hours – Wed. and Thurs. 9am-4pm
Physical Address: 113 3rd Avenue W

Constituency Assistant: Rick McIntyre

News

MLA October Report from the Legislature  Melville-Saltcoats

Saskatchewan residents can now look at their laboratory test results and other health records online anywhere, anytime.

Report from the Legislature October 3, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is still growing strong, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. Between April 1st and July 1st, 2019, Saskatchewan added 3,435 people bringing our population to an all-time high of 1,174,462.

MLA October Report from the Legislature  Melville-Saltcoats

Saskatchewan residents can now look at their laboratory test results and other health records online anywhere, anytime.

Report from the Legislature October 3, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is still growing strong, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. Between April 1st and July 1st, 2019, Saskatchewan added 3,435 people bringing our population to an all-time high of 1,174,462.

Report from the Legislature September 19, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s economy is strong and more people are working in the province than ever before, despite economic headwinds. August marked the 13th consecutive month of job growth in Saskatchewan with 13,000 new jobs year-over-year. Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was the third lowest in the country at 5.1 per cent.

Report from the Legislature September 5, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The start of a new school year in Saskatchewan means more than 190,000 prekindergarten to Grade 12 students are returning to classrooms in more than 770 schools across the province.

Report from the Legislature August 22, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The strength and resilience of Saskatchewan’s economy can be seen in the latest labour force figures from Statistics Canada. July’s numbers show 12,200 new jobs since this time last year, and 12 months of consecutive year-over-year growth.

Report from the Legislature January 31, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is a national leader in manufacturing sales and wholesale trade growth. This is an encouraging sign of our economic resilience. Coupled with strong job numbers, we can be optimistic that our economy will continue to grow and create opportunity for Saskatchewan people.

Warren Kaeding MLA Report from the Legislature January 2019  Melville-Saltcoats

Saskatchewan is off to a strong start in 2019. Despite challenging world resource prices and national headwinds, Saskatchewan pulled through and created nearly 11,000 new jobs this past year. Our province has seen strong job gains for the fifth month in a row, and it’s particularly encouraging to see significant growth in full-time employment.

Warren Kaeding MLA - Fall Session Part 2 - Report from the Legislature   Melville-Saltcoats

In addition to standing up for Saskatchewan by challenging the Trudeau carbon tax in court, we will be advancing a number of new initiatives and legislation during the fall sitting.

Warren Kaeding MLA - Fall Session Part 1 - Report from the Legislature   Melville-Saltcoats

The new session of the legislature opened this week with a Throne Speech focused on our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan people. This includes our plans to implement our Prairie Resilience Climate Change strategy, improve cellular coverage in rural communities, and deliver a balanced budget for 2019-20.

Warren Kaeding MLA Report from the Legislature September 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

PREMIER RETURNS FROM SUCCESSFUL TRADE MISSION IN CHINA - Premier Scott Moe has returned from his first trade mission to China. During the mission, Moe met with a number of industry leaders and government officials to enhance Saskatchewan’s trade opportunities and showcase our food, fuel and fertilizer sectors.

Warren Kaeding MLA Report from the Legislature August 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

After two years of telling us that a carbon tax would not affect Canada’s competitiveness and hurt our economy, the federal government has finally admitted that it will. The Trudeau government recently announced that they will now reduce the amount of tax companies are required to pay on their greenhouse gas emissions. This new, watered-down carbon tax scheme is still a carbon tax that does nothing for the environment, reduces jobs, and takes money from families.

Warren Kaeding MLA Report from the Legislature July 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

​Rural Crime Innovation Challenge Leads to Development of Property Tracking Technology - The use of technology to help tackle the issue of rural crime was highlighted today, as the Minister Responsible for Innovation Saskatchewan Tina Beaudry-Mellor unveiled BeeSecure—a new tracking device and app that can help locate stolen property or alert owners about irregular activity.

Warren Kaeding Report from the Legislature May 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $14 million to improve rural roads, bridges and culverts throughout the province. The Municipal Roads for the Economy Program (MREP) provides funding for municipal roads impacted by increased truck traffic, as well as bridge and culvert projects.

Warren Kaeding Report from the Legislature April 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

A graphic summary of the 2018-2019 Government of Saskatchewan budget.

Warren Kaeding Report from the Legislature March 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

A graphic breakdown of your provincial taxes from 2007 compared to 2017.

Warren Kaeding Report from the Legislature February 2018  Melville-Saltcoats

We want to thank Brad Wall for his vision, strong leadership and passionate advocacy for Saskatchewan and its people during a decade of growth.

Warren Kaeding MLA January 2018 Report from the Legislature   Melville-Saltcoats

The start of a new year is a time of optimism and renewal. Saskatchewan's population has now grown to more than 1,168,000.

Warren Kaeding MLA November Report from the Legislature  Melville-Saltcoats

Financial viability: Unlike traditional land developers, the GTH was not designed to be a for-profit enterprise; this is an infrastructure designed to support trade for generations to come.

Warren Kaeding MLA October Report from the Legislature  Melville-Saltcoats

The Regina Bypass is the largest transportation project in Saskatchewan history. Once complete, it will allow motorists to safely commute to their destinations on Highway 1 east of Regina and will reduce congestion in and around Regina.

Global Transportation Hub Update  Melville-Saltcoats

Unlike traditional land developers, the GTH was not designed to be a for-profit enterprise; this is an infrastructure designed to support trade for generations to come.

Warren Kaeding MLA, Report from the Legislature Sept, 2017  Melville-Saltcoats

75% of the entire provincial budget (2017 expense budget at 14.7 b) is now spent on three main areas.

Warren Kaeding MLA, Report from the Legislature Aug, 2017  Melville-Saltcoats

Saskatchewan residents who pay income tax will soon be paying less and Saskatchewan people with lower incomes will receive a boost in their tax credit amounts.

Resources for Ranchers Affected by Drought and Farmers with Excess Hay for Sale  Melville-Saltcoats

The Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture has published a list of resources for ranchers affected by drought and farmers with excess hay for sale including, feed purchase and sell links, livestock water quality information and land available for grazing.

Boundary Dam  Melville-Saltcoats

The Boundary Dam Power Station was the world’s first power station to successfully use Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technology.

Warren Kaeding MLA, Report from the legislature July 2017  Melville-Saltcoats

Saskatchewan still has the lowest PST rate of any province with a provincial sales tax. A family of four in Saskatchewan pays NO provincial income tax on their first $50,495 of income – the highest tax-free threshold in Canada.

Report from the Legislature June 29, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan residents who pay income tax will soon be paying less and Saskatchewan people with lower incomes will receive a boost in their tax credit amounts.

Warren Kaeding MLA, Report from the Legislature June 2017  Melville-Saltcoats

Real facts on Provincial spending since 2007.

Debunking the myths of the Regina Bypass Project  Melville-Saltcoats

The Regina Bypass Project is the largest transportation infrastructure project in Saskatchewan history. It will dramatically enhance safety on Highway 1 east of Regina with overpasses at Balgonie, White City and the Pilot Butte access road, as well as reduce traffic congestion in and around Regina.

Warren Kaeding MLA, Report from the Legislature May 2017  Melville-Saltcoats

As our government works to meet the challenge of persistently low commodity prices, our economy is growing stronger. This week we learned that Saskatchewan’s diversified economy has produced the strongest wholesale sales growth in all of Canada.

Report from the Legislature April 27, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

As our government works to meet the challenge of persistently low commodity prices, our economy is growing stronger. This week we learned that Saskatchewan’s diversified economy has produced the strongest wholesale sales growth in all of Canada.

Report from the Legislature April 20, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

There are many areas of Saskatchewan’s already diverse economy that are strong and getting stronger. For example, new numbers show manufacturing sales in Saskatchewan are up nearly 23% over last year. Building permits are up 10%, housing starts are up 50%, and Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow at a pace our province hasn’t seen in 90 years.

Report from the Legislature April 13, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Every day we see momentum in Saskatchewan’s resilient and diversified economy, including two consecutive months of encouraging year-over-year job growth. This week we learned that oil drilling doubled in the last quarter – a positive sign after Saskatchewan added another 2,000 jobs in the latest Statistics Canada report.

Report from the Legislature April 6, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Wall travelled to Washington D.C. this week to promote the continuation of a strong trade relationship and free trade between Canada and the U.S. as a benefit to both countries. In addition to meetings with elected officials and members of the new administration, the Premier also delivered a keynote address and took part in a panel discussion on trade at the Heritage Foundation.

Report from the Legislature March 30, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan's diversified economy continues to attract new investment with 185 construction jobs and 555 permanent jobs announced in the past week alone.

Report from the Legislature March 23, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The 2017-18 Provincial Budget is about decisions that will make our economy stronger and more competitive while dealing with the challenge of lower resource prices.

Report from the Legislature March 16, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Of the 15,000 jobs created in all of Canada in February, 8,000 were created in Saskatchewan. Along with recent reports on retail sales, manufacturing sales and wholesale trade growth, the latest job numbers show the continued strength and resilience of Saskatchewan’s economy.

Report from the Legislature March 9, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan agriculture deserves to be in the spotlight every day. Saskatchewan farmers, ranchers, producers, processors and researchers are the very best at what they do. Farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses are invited to provide input on how the province currently delivers business information, advice and support.

Report from the Legislature March 2, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

This week Saskatchewan was named the world’s most attractive place to invest in mining, according to the latest survey of global mining companies. Sensible regulations and tax rates lifted our province to the top.

2016 Year-end Report from the Provincial Legislature by Warren Kaeding MLA for Melville-Saltcoats  Melville-Saltcoats

Visits to Local Facilities - In an effort to understand and see the local issues, Warren has been visiting many local schools, hospitals, pharmacies, long term care facilities, Towns, Villages and RM’s, meeting and talking with constituents and local elected officials.

About Warren

Community Links

Government of Saskatchewan

Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (SARM)

Saskatchewan Municipal Directory

Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA)

I am a lifelong resident of Churchbridge.

Warren has a Degree in Agriculture from the U of S and has maintained a Professional Agrologist designation since graduating. He was a 30 year past owner of Wagon Wheel Seed Corp along with his wife and parents. They produced and processed pedigreed seed grain for customers throughout the area and exported into Eastern Canada and the United States until selling the farm to a young couple from Alberta in 2012. Carla, Warren’s wife, worked for many years as an educator with Parkland College and was also the Administrator for the Town of Churchbridge. They have two adult sons, Michael a Design Engineer with Rockford Engineering Works Ltd. in Regina. His wife, Laine works for the provincial government. Matthew, is an aerospace engineer in Ontario, receiving his education at Carlton University in Ottawa. 

Warren has been active as Chairperson for the Churchbridge Economic Development Committee. Highlighted by the building of an 18-suite adult living apartment and the development of the first of its kind in Saskatchewan - High School Mechanical Millwright lab. He has held numerous positions on various community, provincial and national boards involving Church, professional Agrologist, pedigreed seed production, sports, regional economic development, the Sask Party and the federal Conservative party. He has also been an advisor to the Agriculture Development Fund and was employed as the Executive Director of Sask Farm Stewardship Assoc.

His involvement with youth included coaching minor baseball, hockey and officiating hockey. He served on the local School Community Council for numerous years. While operating their seed business they provided a science-based scholarship to the graduating class of Churchbridge High School. Each year the farm would employ numerous summer students on a casual and part-time basis.

Warren and Carla were presented the National Outstanding Young Farmers Award in 1999 and are still active alumni members holding executive positions in the provincial OYF group mentoring many of the new provincial nominees.

Warren inherited his fiscal conservative values from his father who was a lifelong member of the conservative movement. He began his political career by putting up posters and signs with his dad for their provincial constituency association with elected MLA’s Walter Johnson and Bob Bjornerud. His father instilled the value of an educated opinion repeating only the facts that you know. If you are going to complain about something you better have a solution you can put forward. Admit you don’t know everything but find good people who do and value their opinion. Warren truly believes he can and will make a difference in the lives of people that come looking for solutions. He is a consensus builder and always believes that there is middle ground to be found in solving any problem.

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