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 […]
Wow. What else can I say? Full story here.
Saskatchewan’s Global Transportation Hub & The Mystery of the Only Document That Would Make This Go Away.
7:30pm: have added an update at the bottom of this post. Before I begin, I want to acknowledge the lawsuit Boyd dropped on the CBC because of this story. My understanding is […]
Provincial campaigns are getting ready for Wednesday evening’s televised debate, and may (rightly) realize that anything they have to say today will be buried underneath federal budget highlights. Unlike Stephen Harper’s budgets, […]
“An Orgy of Bad Policy in Saskatchewan” – by Alex Usher, President of Higher Education Strategy Associates, former Director of Educational Policy Institute Canada (EPI Canada).. Let’s get the obvious out of the […]