City lowers flags in recognition of passing of Saskatchewan Lt.-Gov.
The City has lowered flags in civic facilities in honour of Saskatchewan’s 22nd Lieutenant-Governor, W. Thomas Molloy, who passed away on July 2 following a battle with cancer.
“I had the real privilege of sharing many meals and stages with Lieutenant-Governor Tom Molloy over the last several months,” said Mayor Clark. “He used every speech as a chance to enlighten, to challenge, and to bring us together, to be stronger as a province. He did this throughout his career, right across the country. I thank him for always working to bring out the best in us.”
Flags in civic facilities will fly at half-mast until sunset on the day of Lieutenant-Governor Molloy’s funeral. For members of the public who wish to express their condolences, a condolence book will be available in the lobby of City Hall during regular business hours.