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Greg Perreaux set to take on Executive Director role with Saskatchewan Games Council 

It’s no joke! In less than a month, on April 1, Greg Perreaux will be assuming his new role with the Saskatchewan Games Council (SGC) as the Executive Director. 

Perreaux is no stranger to the sport world or SGC, as he currently serves as the organization’s provincial sport consultant and will be bringing over 25 years of sport administration experience to the Executive Director role. That includes time as the Executive Director of the Coaches Association of Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Broomball Association. He also volunteered as a board member with the Coaching Association of Canada and as part of the host committee with the 2005 Canada Summer Games in Regina. 

Since then, he’s taken on mission staff roles with Team Sask at Canada Games and Western Canada Summer Games, including four appointments as the Assistant Chef de Mission and will serve as Team Sask’s Chef de Mission at the 2025 Canada Summer Games in St. John’s. Perreaux continues to be involved in coaching through softball and ringette. 

“Greg brings many years of experience in sport management, both provincially and nationally. In addition, he brings a wealth of knowledge about the sport system in our province and in our country,” said SGC Board Chair Leslie Blyth, in a release. “His passion for sport and all who champion sport will be of great benefit as he takes on the leadership role of Executive Director. We are confident in his ability to lead us forward as we build towards the 2024 Saskatchewan Summer Games and 2025 Canada Summer Games.” 

Outgoing Executive Director Mark Bracken will retire in March, following 10 years of leading the SGC and serving “to strengthen the Saskatchewan Games Council in many ways.” 

Sask Sport would like to congratulate Greg on his new role and wish Mark all the best in his retirement.