Clint Repski was born and raised in Saskatchewan. He holds a Chartered Professional Accountant designation from the Chartered Accountant School of Business, where he graduated in 2003.
Currently serving as the Acting Deputy Minister, Ministry of Immigration and Career Training, Mr. Repski has been in government since 2008. He began his government experience in the position of Director of the Education Funding Branch of the Ministry of Education and has continued in various senior leadership roles at Education and Executive Council. He was appointed in his current role in May 2020.
During his time in the public service, Mr. Repski has worked on many high profile projects, including changes to and management of the education property tax system, a new funding model for the K-12 education system, and creating the Saskatchewan Professional Teachers Regulatory Board.
Clint was also instrumental in designing Canada’s first Social Impact Bond, the Sweet Dreams bond which focusses on keeping vulnerable children in the care of their mothers.
Clint lives in Regina with his wife and two daughters.