Board of Directors

The Board is comprised of five to 10 members, with representation from industry and business. 

Ken Acton

Ken Acton spent over 28 years in the Saskatchewan Public Service before retiring at the end of September 2016.  He held numerous senior leadership roles including Assistant Deputy Minister of Courts and Civil Justice with the Ministry of Justice and Attorney General, Deputy Minister of Social Services, and completed his career the Public Service as Special Advisory to the Deputy Minister of Social Services.  Ken joined the Johnson Shoyama Graduate School of Public Policy at the University of Regina as an Executive-in-Residence in October 2016.

Ken served as Chair of the Public and Private Rights Board of Saskatchewan from 1990 to 2011, a member of the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission from 2008 to 2013 and was a Director of the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation serving on the Board from 2012 to 2017.  He lives in Moose Jaw.


Norm Beug

Norm Beug is the former Sr. Vice President, Potash Operations for Mosaic Company having retired in 2013..

Norm was a member of the Mosaic senior leadership team.  He had overall responsibility for Mosaic's six potash mining operations in Canada and the USA.

A native of Saskatchewan, Norm earned his Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Saskatchewan in 1974.  He is the former Chairperson of the Canadian Fertilizer Institute, is a board member of SaskEnergy and Chair of the Board of Tourism Saskatchewan.  He was a member of the Regina Symphony Orchestra Board, the Board for the Hospitals of Regina Foundation and the past honorary chair of the Saskatchewan Roughriders Centennial Advisory Committee.  Norm is Past President of the Saskatchewan Mining Association and the Past Chair of the Saskatchewan Potash Producers Association.

In 2002, Norm was named as one of the ten most influential business men in Saskatchewan for his work as a Business Ambassador.  In 2005, Norm was honoured with a Centennial Medal from the Government of Saskatchewan.  He lives in Regina.


Greg Mrazek

Greg Mrazek obtained his Chartered Accountant designation in 1977 and has 34 years of work experience in Alberta and Saskatchewan. Greg spent six years in public accounting in Calgary providing audit assurance and financial consulting services to clients in industries such as oil and gas, real estate development, manufacturing and agriculture. In 1981 he moved to Regina as the Controller for Crown Investments Corporation, the holding company for Saskatchewan’s commercial Crown Corporations. Greg was the Controller for SaskEnergy Incorporated, Saskatchewan’s natural gas utility, from 1991 to 1997 and Vice President Finance from 1997 to 2009. As Vice President Finance he was responsible for strategic planning, financial planning, financial reporting, treasury and administrative functions.

Greg was SaskEnergy’s representative on the Canadian Gas Association’s Corporate Affairs Committee from 1992 to 2005. He was also a speaker at Crown Corporation Governance conferences organized by the Federated Press and The Canadian Institute. He lives in Regina.


Neil Robertson

Neil Robertson, Q.C. is a lawyer who has practiced in Regina since 1984, currently as a sole practitioner with a limited practice as an arbitrator and counsel on local government law. Neil previously practiced with Robb & Dowling and as in-house counsel with the Regina Police Service and the Regina City Solicitor’s Office.  Neil also serves as an Inquest Coroner and Chair of the Saskatchewan Police Commission.

Neil has been active in professional and community associations, which was recognized in 2016 by the award of the Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal.  He lives in Regina.


Tom Robinson

Tom Robinson was a Regional Managing Partner for KPMG LLP as well as the Managingn Partner for the Regina office for a number of years.  He provided audit, business advisory and consulting services to large and medium sized organizations in the private and public sectors for 39 years.

Tom has been committed to active community service for many years.  Some of these roles included: President of the Saskatchewan Roughrider Football Club, President of SaskSport, Chairman and President of the 1987 Western Canada Summer Games, Vice President of Sponsorship for the 1995 Grey Cup, Chairman and Governor of the Board of Governors of the Canadian Football League.  He lives in Regina.