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Premier Brad Wall is taking a digital beating, especially on social media, for his response, or perceived lack thereof, to The Husky Oil Spill into the North Saskatchewan River. Just search the term ‘husky oil spill’ or good ol’ ‘#skpoli’ on Twitter, and you’ll see an infinite stretch of aggressive, hateful vitriol directed Wall’s way, extending right back to …

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Below I’ve broken down these (really unsurprising) riding prognostications first by region, then by party and the candidate who will win, with the result being: NDP – 9 | Sask Party – 44 | Wild Cards – 8 My reason for labelling a riding a Wild Card is explained alongside it. None of it is complicated. Ultimately I think …

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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. SPOILER ALERT: the Sask Party is going to win. Nevertheless, there were a few tidbits worth mentioning. So, I will. The Issues: Privatization …

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The other poll today was released by Saskatchewan-based Insightrix Research. I gotta say right off the bat that I’m somewhat stymied by the headline, given their own graph two inches underneath shows an overall decrease in support. I guess they’re talking about that very recent 54% – 61% climb, but I don’t think I’ve seen that anomaly …

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A new #skvotes poll! It’s like Christmas morning over and over, all month. Brought to you by Mainstreet Research, who surveyed a random sample of 1577 Saskatchewan residents by both landline and cellphone on March 15th, 2016, here’s the goods: The overall “which party would you vote for today” numbers are a yawner, again. With the exception of a …

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