SLC – Saskatchewan


We would like to acknowledge the contributions First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people have made in shaping what is now known as Canada. We recognize that the land on which we gather is Treaty 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, and 10 territory. We vow to continue listening to Indigenous peoples, and to continue having the necessary conversations so we can better support Indigenous culture, laws, and perspectives.

The Seniors Liberals’ Commission (SLC) was established nationally and officially recognized by the Liberal Party of Canada (LPC) in 2003.

If you are a Registered Liberal who is 60 years of age or older, and residing in Saskatchewan, you are a member of the SLC and of its Saskatchewan section. We encourage and invite you as such to participate in the political affairs of our party and of our country, to provide the Liberal Party of Canada with your insight in understanding Seniors’ current needs and concerns – as well as those for the future.

Together, senior citizens at this level have the opportunity to have their needs and interests reflected in the Liberal Party of Canada’s Open Policy Process. Issues of importance to Seniors, if prioritized and adopted through the policy development process concluding at the biennial National Convention, will become part of official Party policy for the next 8 years.

As well, a great way to engage with Seniors in your Saskatchewan riding is by becoming a member of a Senior Liberals’ Commission Club. If a Club does not exist in your riding, and you intend to form one, contact us by e-mail and we will help you get started.

For further information and assistance, I can be reached at 306-650-8228 or

Louis Stringer, Chair Saskatchewan