|President of the New Democratic Party of Canada|
|Preceded by||Johanna den Hertog|
|Succeeded by||Adam Giambrone|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for Humboldt|
|Preceded by||Mathieu Breker (Liberal)|
|Succeeded by||Louis Domotor (PC)|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for Regina Northeast|
|Preceded by||Russell Sutor (PC)|
|Succeeded by||riding abolished|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan for Regina Dewdney|
|Preceded by||new riding|
|Succeeded by||Kevin Yates (NDP)|
|Born||April 22, 1943|
|Died||June 6, 2008 (aged 65)|
|Political party||Saskatchewan New Democratic Party/New Democratic Party of Canada|
As a member of the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party, he was MLA from the Humboldt electoral district from 1971 to 1982. He later represented Regina Northeast from 1985 to 1991, and Regina Dewdney from 1991 to 1999.
Tchorzewski was born in Alvena, Saskatchewan and was educated in Hudson Bay and at the University of Saskatchewan. He taught school in Humboldt. In 1966, he married Shirley Stasiuk. Tchorzewski served in the provincial cabinet as Minister of Finance, as Provincial Secretary, as Minister of Education and as Minister of Municipal Government. In 1997, he became president of the federal NDP. He resigned his seat in the Saskatchewan assembly in 1999 to become chief of staff for Alexa McDonough. Tchorzewski became special adviser to Lorne Calvert in 2002. In 2006, he became secretary for the provincial NDP.
- "'Torch' carried NDP in Saskatchewan". Globe and Mail. April 16, 2011. Retrieved 2012-08-02.
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