Dustin Duncan in Saskatchewan’s Minister of Health.
Duncan was first elected to the provincial legislature at the age of 26 in the 2006 election.
In 2009, Duncan was first appointed to the Cabinet by Premier Brad Wall, taking over the position of Minister of Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport. Following his appointment, Duncan became the youngest Cabinet minister in the province’s history.
The following year, Duncan was appointed Minister of Energy. He became the Health Minister in 2012.
Dustin holds a degree in Canadian History from the University of Regina, and has been named a Bowhay Institute for Legislative Leadership Development Fellow at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.