Saskatchewan has a new Lieutenant-Governor.
Lawyer Thomas Molloy was sworn in at the provinces 22nd Lieutenant-Governor at the ceremony Wednesday afternoon at the Legislature in Regina. His term will last at least five years.
The Lieutenant-Governor is the Queens representative in Saskatchewan and grants royal assent to provincial laws. The job also includes the opening and closing of legislative sessions.
The ceremony Wednesday included a 15 gun salute by the Royal Canadian Artillery and a fly past from aircraft from Moose Jaw's 15 Wing.