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Rich Gabruch

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Rich Gabruch

After spending his first year of university in Ottawa while working in the House of Commons, Rich returned to Saskatoon to attend the University of Saskatchewan to complete his education (B.A. in 1991; LL.B in 1994) and to play Huskies Football. Upon graduation from law school, Rich spent the first two and half years of his legal career with the City of Saskatoon Solicitor's Office. After that, he built his own practice in association with two Saskatoon firms.

In January of 2008, Rich launched Gabruch Legal Group as a full-service law firm where he continues to service a diverse array of local, provincial, national, and international clients in many areas of the law.

Rich has appeared before all levels of the Saskatchewan Courts (including the Provincial Court, the Court of Queen's Bench, and the Court of Appeal) and before boards and administrative tribunals.

Community participation has always been important to the Gabruch family. Rich has a diverse history of community, athletic, and cultural involvement. He serves as a Director on the National Board of The Children's Wish Foundation and was the Chair of its Saskatchewan Provincial Advisory Board. He also serves or has served as a Board Member and Vice Chair of The Credit Union Centre, Board Member of St. Volodymyr Villa, and Director of The Bishop Roborecki Foundation, The Huskies Football Scholarship Foundation, Saskatoon Meewasin Saskatchewan Party Constituency Executive, The Salvation Army Advisory Board, and acts as Director for two private corporations.

Starting in his youth, Rich has also been very active politically. He was elected by his peers to two terms on the University of Saskatchewan Senate, and he ran in the 1997 Federal election and 1999 Federal by-election for the Progressive Conservative Party of Canada. Rich was also the Co-Chair of the Party's Policy Conference in Quebec City in 2000, and was Campaign Chair for Saskatchewan for the 2000 Federal Election. Additionally, he assumed the co-chairmanship for the province for multiple federal leadership campaigns, and was appointed by Stephen Harper as the Conservative Party of Canada's Saskatchewan Co-Chair during the 2004 and 2006 Elections. He has also benefited from media training and is sought as a political commentator.

Named as one of "Saskatchewan's Men of Influence" by Saskatchewan Business Magazine, Rich continues to be an active participant in many facets of his community, province, and country.

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