His Honour the Honourable W. Thomas Molloy, O.C., S.O.M., Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan
W. Thomas Molloy has been called a “modern father of Confederation” for his work in treaty-making and reconciliation with Indigenous people of Canada, in particular the historic Nunavut Land Claim Agreement, and the equally historic Nisga’a Final Agreement in British Columbia.
A respected negotiator, lawyer, and author, Mr. Molloy has negotiated numerous agreements and treaty settlements that have changed the face of the country. In addition to a distinguished legal career, Mr. Molloy served as Chancellor of the University of Saskatchewan from 2001 to 2007, and is now Chancellor Emeritus. His award-winning book The World Is Our Witness: The Historic Journey of The Nisga’a Into Canada was published in 2000.
Mr. Molloy’s extensive community work has included service to national and local organizations such as Wanuskewin Heritage Park, Indigenous Works, Forum For Young Canadians, the Canadian Landmine Foundation, the RCMP Heritage Centre, Habitat for Humanity Canada, the Kidney Research Foundation of Saskatchewan, and many more.website