New CEO Annoucement

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Announces New President and CEO

Deb Bulych has been named the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency’s new President and CEO, effective October 7, 2022. 

“Our Board is confident that Deb’s extensive experience and passion make her the right choice to lead the Cancer Agency into a successful future,” said Ron Waschuk, Saskatchewan Cancer Agency Board Chair. “The Cancer Agency is working on many exciting projects and Deb’s knowledge of person-centered care and the cancer care system will enable her to expertly lead our teams as we move these plans forward.” 

Bulych has been with the Cancer Agency for the past 29 years and has held various roles and responsibilities, including clinical oncology social work, Director of Social Work, Director of Supportive Care, Director of Nursing, and Vice President of Care Services since 2018. She served as Interim CEO of the Cancer Agency since June 2022.


“I am honored to continue working alongside so many compassionate and dedicated professionals who work so hard every day to make a difference in people’s lives,” said Deb Bulych. “Whether our teams are focused on treating cancer, prevention, research, or raising awareness, we will always aim to achieve the highest standard of care.” 

“Deb is passionate about continuing to build on the exemplary work taking place every day by our cancer care teams,” said Waschuk. “Having a leader with her experience, dedication and compassion, the future of cancer care in Saskatchewan is in good hands.”

About the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency

The Saskatchewan Cancer Agency (Cancer Agency) is a provincial healthcare organization with a legislated mandate to provide cancer control for the province of Saskatchewan. The Cancer Agency operates prevention and early detection programs, conducts innovative research, and provides safe, patient and family-centered care at our two cancer centres in Regina and Saskatoon (Allan Blair Cancer Centre and Saskatoon Cancer Centre) and in rural communities in partnership with hospitals through the Community Oncology Program. The SCA operates two patient lodges in Regina and Saskatoon to provide a home away from home for rural patients who need to travel for treatment. Our more than 900 employees are passionate about their work in the fight against cancer 

For more information, contact: 

Lisa Adam Director, Communications 
Cell: 306-540-5816