Terry Jenson


Terry Jenson was elected as the MLA for Martensville-Warman in the 2020 provincial election. After being elected, he was a member of three different Standing Committees at various times - Human Services, Crowns and Central Agencies, and the Economy.  He also served as the Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Social Services and as Legislative Secretary to the Minister of Immigration and Career Training.  On May 27, 2024, he was sworn into cabinet as the Minister of SaskBuilds and Procurement. 

Together with his wife Angela, Terry owned the Clark’s Crossing Gazette, a community newspaper covering the Martensville-Warman area, since it was established in 2008 until it was sold in 2024. He is also the past-president of the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspapers Association (SWNA) and past-president of Ad Canada Media Inc. Prior to his 26 years in the community newspaper industry, Terry worked on-air at radio stations in North Battleford and Prince Albert.

In addition to his professional life, Terry is a past Kinsmen Club member and a retired Saskatchewan Hockey Association referee. He previously served as an auxiliary constable with the RCMP and he holds a private pilot’s license. In the winter months Terry has been a coach for his son’s minor hockey teams and is a proud “cheerleading dad” for his daughter. In the summer months, he plays golf and spends time fishing and boating at the family cabin.

Terry and Angela have two children living at home, son Asher and daughter Kolbie.

Terry Jenson
Warman, SK S0K0A1, Canada