In Brad Wall’s acceptance speech in his home of Swift Current, and not in the provincial capital of Regina where the provincial media is based, the southwest Sask. MLA and now soon to be third-term premier expressed his love and gratitude to his family, his parents, and showed special admiration to his mom Alice.
In a day and age where people don’t have a lot of control of things which happen around them, there is one thing adult residents in Saskatchewan can control April 4.
Last week in Alberta, two main dailies in the province carried stories that the Alberta NDP government was likely not going to be making good on its election promise to reduce school fees.
Last year’s decision by SaskPower to locate a new natural gas power plant in the Swift Current area was generally welcomed as good news for the region.