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Episode 425: Jeff Walters

Jeff Walters grew up with working-class values and a firm belief that any obstacle can be overcome with perseverance, hard work, and the conviction of one’s beliefs.

Raised by a loving couple with roots in Saskatchewan going back generations, they taught him their commitment to opportunity for all, regardless of class, race, gender, age, or religion.

Jeff spent the first twenty years of his life in Saskatoon Meewasin.

He attended St. Anne Elementary School and Bishop Mahoney HS, playing for the Saints football team. His first job was as a stock boy at the old Canarama Pharmacy as a teenager while living with his parents in the River Heights area.

He came to Regina from Saskatoon in 2006 to work as a Senior Programs Officer for Agriculture and Agri-food Canada.

Jeff, his wife Kristin, and their five children are proud Saskatchewan residents.

Together, we can create a progressive province where our family and ALL others can do their best, be their best and contribute their best.

Yes, there is a long road ahead. But a journey always begins with that first step. Take it now and we’ll walk together.


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