Warren Steinley grew up on a dairy farm near Rush Lake, SK. From an early age, Warren has learned the value of hard work and leadership. Warren has been a strong voice for the constituency of Regina Walsh Acres since being elected as a Saskatchewan Party Member of the Legislative Assembly in 2011. Since entering politics over a decade ago, Warren has been humbled by the opportunity to serve his constituents.
Warren convocated in the spring of 2018 with a Master of Public Administration. He is a graduate of the University of Regina with an honours degree in Political Science and was a member of the University Track and Field team.
Following his University Degree, Warren completed an internship with the Federal Agriculture Minister in Ottawa and then worked in the office of the Minister of Western Economic Diversification. Prior to becoming a Saskatchewan Party MLA, Warren worked in the Saskatchewan Public Service with Executive Council as a Researcher and then served as Director of Research for the Government Caucus Office.
Warren and his wife Larissa have three young children, Nickson, Claire and Jameson. Warren and Larissa believe in community participation and volunteer at several community events. He lives and exemplifies family values.
Regina—Lewvan is the federal riding in Saskatchewan that Warren represents. It is made up of those parts of the former Palliser and Regina—Lumsden—Lake Centre ridings within the city limits of Regina. Regina—Lewvan was created in the 2012 federal electoral boundaries redistribution. You can see Warren’s latest work in Ottawa on House of Commons’ website.