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Kenneth K. Ziegler, (Q.C.) - Barrister and Solicitor

Practice Areas

Ken has a diverse commercial law practice with many years of experience in international transactions, immigration, business immigration applications, business law, banking and finance law, real estate law, in addition to matters related specifically to agricultural, forestry and Aboriginal law. Ken also acts as a business mentor and business planner/advisor to many organizations in Canada and Internationally.  Ken’s many leadership roles in business organizations in Saskatchewan reflect his commitment to the creation of wealth in Saskatchewan through healthy economic growth and prosperity of our province.


Ken is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan and received both a Bachelor of Arts degree (B.A.) and a Bachelor of Laws degree (LL.B.) in 1972. He was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1973.

Professional Involvement

Ken is very active within his profession and the business community in Saskatchewan. He is a member of the Saskatoon Bar Association, the Law Society of Saskatchewan and the Canadian Bar Association.  As well, the Barreau du Quebec (Quebec Bar Association) has granted Ken a Special Authorization to act in Quebec on immigration matters.  Ken has held a number of leadership roles in the Saskatoon and District Chamber of Commerce, having served as President of the Chamber, Chair of the Aboriginal Opportunities Committee, Co-Chair of the Going Global Commitee, and member of the Agribusiness Committee and Political Affairs Committee. 

Ken is also a member of the North Saskatoon Business Association, the Saskatoon Regional Economic Development Authority, a representative member of Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership, a former Director of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and an Ambassador in the Province of Saskatchewan Ambassador Program.  Ken acted as Directors on both Wanuskewin Heritage Park and the University of Saskatchewan Technologies Inc. Ken served as the founding President of the Prairie Centre Policy Institute, and he is President of GPC Capital Corporation. In this capacity, Ken previously acted as the In-Country representative for Saskatchewan Trade & Export Partnership for China and the Philippines. Farther afield, he is a former Director of the Rocky Mountain Trade Corridor (Canada/USA) and has acted as a representative of Inter-American Development Bank, Washington, D.C.

Ken has many years’ experience working with clients in Asia and Europe.


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