In 2012 Saskatchewan’s Cote First Nation was awarded $130 million, $20,000 per band member, from the federal government as part of a land claim settlement – making the Yorkton/Kamsack-area First Nation one of […]
Finally. I was going into poll withdrawal. Yesterday Insights West released their poll gauging public sentiment in Saskatchewan on the campaign, and the parties. Needless to say, it wasn’t exactly riveting new information. […]
CTV Saskatoon’s Jeff Rogstad – otherwise known as The Weatherguy, as well as for his work in Saskatoon’s comedic improv scene – absolutely crushed an interview with Cam Broten on Tuesday’s News […]
As you already know, Brad Wall was in La Ronge on Monday. At the same time, his opponent, Cam Broten, was at the opposite end of the province, hitting up Moose Jaw […]
Saskatchewan Party leader Brad Wall has spent the vast majority of the 2016 campaign in Saskatoon and Regina. It makes sense that Wall would focus on these vote-dense urban centres; the Sask Party has […]
I was just going to write. Nothing fancy. No pictures, no fussing over format and appearance. But it was just so DRAB. Hence the update to the way this sucker looks. But […]
I can’t quite believe I’m writing about the GTH again, but I’m in that sweet spot between ham coma and turkey paralysis, so figured I may as well take advantage of the lucidity. Either […]
Wow. What else can I say? Full story here.
Today I’m peeling back the curtain on a classic election campaign tradition, one that is remarkably useless at the strategic level. I’m talking about the “all-candidates debate”, which is always hosted during the writ period, […]
More On the Prairie Spirit School Division – but Really, This Is About the Increasing Versions of Reality In This Province.
During last night’s televised circus leadership debate, Cam Broten and Brad Wall got into a slapfight argument over what exactly is going on with the Prairie Spirit School Division. “You’re misinformed,” insisted […]