Saskatchewan Party


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Saskatchewan Party

n
(Government, Politics & Diplomacy) (in Canada) a Saskatchewan political party formed by former members of the provincial Progressive Conservative and Liberal Parties
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Because the province's economy began to boom, and Saskatchewan ceased being a have-not province after the New Democrats were chased from power, Wall and the Saskatchewan Party get much of the credit for the turnaround.
7) Yet less than six months later, on November 7, Lorne Calvert's governing NDP was resoundingly defeated by Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party, which took 38 seats to the NDP's 20.
She won her seat in Saskatoon Fairview and is the first First Nations woman elected to the Saskatchewan Party.
Wotherspoon said the Saskatchewan Party also came out against the proposal.
Many of the new program announcements were keeping with the Saskatchewan Party election platform.
Premier Brad Wall and the Saskatchewan Party were returned to power in the Nov.
On March 15, between sold-out dinners in Saskatoon and Regina, the fundraising machine of the Saskatchewan Party detoured to Calgary, jokingly referred to as Saskatchewan's third largest city (thanks to the contingent of ex-pats making a living in the corporate capital of Canada's energy industry).
On November 7, 2011, citizens of Saskatchewan elected a majority Saskatchewan Party government.
We're becoming more informed in terms of the issues, and Saskatchewan legislation affects us," said Jennifer Campeau, Saskatoon Fairview candidate for the Saskatchewan Party.
His anger was fuelled by the Saskatchewan Party government's decision to pull funding from a 16-year partnership agreement with FSIN.
All this steals thunder from the conservative Saskatchewan Party of Brad Wall--but probably not enough.
He is one of the "Original Eight" founding members of the Saskatchewan Party in 1997.
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