Former SaskTel CEO, Deputy Minister of Finance joins Carla Beck’s advisory team

Ron Styles to come on as Senior Advisor to the Leader and Official Opposition Caucus

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck announced that former SaskTel CEO and former Deputy Minister of Finance Ron Styles would be joining her team as a Senior Advisor to the Leader as Beck looks to the Fall Sitting and 2024.

“The people of Saskatchewan are looking for change and we want to show that we are serious about forming government next year. What you’re going to see from us is a commitment to listening to Saskatchewan-based leaders to build Saskatchewan-based solutions to fix the issues keeping your family up at night,” said Beck. “Ron has extensive leadership experience running both Crowns and government finances and we are thrilled to have him joining our team to provide valuable insights as we look forward to the next year.” 

Styles served with the Government of Saskatchewan for over 35 years in a variety of roles in both the crown and executive sectors of government. He was most recently the President of SaskTel, retiring in June of 2017, and prior to that he served as the President of the Crown Investments Corporation, the Deputy Minister of Finance, as well as the Deputy Minister of Highways, the President of Sask Housing, and the President of Sask Water.  Over the past six years, Styles worked as a consultant in addition to teaching at the University of Regina.

“There are a significant number of problems facing our Province.  I look forward to working with Carla and her caucus in charting a path forward that gives hope to Saskatchewan people for a better future.” said Styles.

Styles will be joining the team as Senior Advisor to the Leader and the Official Opposition Caucus.


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