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The Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan unanimously adopted a motion to appoint Ms. Tara Clemett, CPA, CA, CISA, as Provincial Auditor for the Province of Saskatchewan in November 2021.
Tara has worked at the Office of the Provincial Auditor for more than 20 years, including as Acting Provincial Auditor. Previously, as Deputy Provincial Auditor responsible for the Health Division, her portfolio encompassed the Ministries of Health and Social Services, as well as integral healthcare organizations, such as the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency and the Saskatchewan Health Authority. She directly led the integrated audit of the Authority each year.
Tara is a Chartered Professional Accountant, a Certified Information Systems Auditor and holds a Bachelor of Administration from the University of Regina. She actively works with advisory groups under the Canadian Council of Legislative Auditors. Tara’s experience includes financial and performance audits, as well as those focused on information technology, healthcare, child welfare and advocacy, and the environment.
Carolyn O’Quinn offers more than 25 years of experience leading public sector financial and performance audits within various sectors. She is currently the Assistant Provincial Auditor after leading the Finance Division, among other roles in the Office, for more than 25 years.
As Deputy Provincial Auditor she led the work that included auditing the Government’s Summary Financial Statements, the Ministries of Finance and Government Relations, and numerous public sector pension and benefit plans. Carolyn also spearheaded our work on the Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan (CIC)—the holding company managing Saskatchewan’s commercial Crown corporations, such as SaskPower and SaskGaming, among others.
Carolyn is a Chartered Professional Accountant with significant expertise in legislative auditing including specialized knowledge in public sector accounting standards. She holds a Bachelor of Administration degree from the University of Regina. Carolyn played a key role in developing and maintaining the Office’s professional practices and assurance methodology, and in furthering the Canadian legislative audit community’s quality assurance processes. She is active within the accounting profession serving on various professional committees continuously throughout her 25 year career as a CPA such as on the CPA Saskatchewan Professional Conduct Committee where she currently serves as Committee Chair.
Angèle Borys has worked for the Office of the Provincial Auditor for more than 30 years. Leading the Support Services Division as a Deputy Provincial Auditor as well as in her role as Chief Operating Officer, she ensures the office strategically, operationally and tactically works together. Her responsibilities include human resource management, training, communications and IT management, office finances, and performance reporting.
Angèle holds a Bachelor of Administration degree from the University of Regina. She is a Chartered Professional Accountant and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). Angèle remains actively involved in professional organizations such as the Canadian Council of Legislative Auditors and CPHR Saskatchewan, as well as previously served on various committees of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Saskatchewan.
Victor Schwab, CPA, CA, CITP, CISA, has served the Office for more than 30 years. As Deputy Provincial Auditor for the Education Division, he leads audits for the Ministries of Education and Advanced Education, University of Saskatchewan, University of Regina, and Saskatchewan Polytechnic, as well as all provincial school divisions and regional colleges.
Victor is one of the IT specialists in the Office and a key member of the Office’s Information Technology Advisory Committee (ITAC) for many years, as well as involved on the Institute’s Bylaws/Rules Committee since 2007. He has vast experience working on audits in the Environment and Infrastructure Division, including performance audits.
Jason Shaw has worked with the Office of the Provincial Auditor for more than 15 years. As Deputy Provincial Auditor for the Environment and Infrastructure Division (E&I), he leads financial and performance audits for a number of government agencies such as Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority and the Ministries of Energy and Resources, Highways, Environment, and Agriculture, among others.
Jason previously worked as a Principal with the Finance and E&I Divisions during his first decade with the Office, primarily auditing the Government’s Summary Financial Statements.
He also led the Office’s involvement in the 2018 collaborative report, Perspectives on Climate Change Action in Canada, from Canada's Auditors General related to national climate change action.
Jason is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA). He graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Administration degree with distinction.
Trevor St. John has worked with the Office of the Provincial Auditor for more than 15 years. As Deputy Provincial Auditor for the Finance Division, he leads the audit work for the Government’s Summary Financial Statements, the Ministries of Finance and Government Relations, and numerous public sector pension and benefit plans. He moved to lead the Finance Division in August 2022 after leading the Education Division as Deputy Provincial Auditor.
Prior to becoming a Deputy Provincial Auditor, Trevor worked as a Principal with the Finance and Education Divisions with his first 12 years working primarily on the audits of the Government’s Summary Financial Statements.
Trevor is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA). He graduated from the University of Saskatchewan with a Bachelor of Commerce degree with great distinction. Trevor remains active as a committee member on CPA Saskatchewan’s Professional Practice Committee (since 2012), as well as the Canadian Council of Legislative Auditors’ (CCOLA) Peer Review Committee (since 2020). Trevor has also been active with numerous past CCOLA committees and groups.
Jason Wandy has 14 years of service with the Office of the Provincial Auditor, and more than 20 years of experience leading financial and performance audits in the public and private sectors. As Deputy Provincial Auditor for the Health Division, he oversees the Office’s audit work of the Ministries of Health, Social Services, and SaskBuilds and Procurement. His portfolio also includes various healthcare organizations, such as the Saskatchewan Health Authority and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency. Jason directly leads the annual integrated audit of the Authority.
Prior to becoming Deputy Provincial Auditor, Jason worked as a Principal in the Education Division, working primarily on audits of the Ministry of Education, universities, and school divisions. He also worked as an internal auditor in the private sector for a number of years, including in agriculture as well as in registry and information management services for public data and records.
Jason is a Chartered Professional Accountant (CPA) and a Certified Internal Auditor (CIA). He graduated from the University of Regina with a Bachelor of Administration degree with distinction.