Wall's list of dream jobs currently includes:
- Commissioner of the CFL.
- Voice actor for Disney.
Wall's career path arose Monday when he was asked about his interest in working in Washington having just returned from a visit to the American capital.
"I have said, publicly, that whenever ... this job's over -- or when the people have had enough -- what jobs would you be interested in?" he said when asked if he had ambitions to be an ambassador. "I mean I'd by lying if I didn't say that would be an interesting position to have."
In the same answer, Wall noted two other possibilities.
"I think I'd like to do that [ambassador to the U.S.], CFL commissioner or voiceovers for Disney," he said. "So those are all non sequiturs, but those things that would be neat to do."
In the past Wall has displayed a hidden talent for mimicking the voice of Homer Simpson from the long-running animated series, The Simpsons. He is also involved in minor football in Swift Current.
On a more serious note, Wall said his trip to Washington included several meetings with political leaders from both the Democratic and Republican parties where he pressed a number of issues important to Saskatchewan.
Recently, Wall signalled his eagerness to campaign for a third term as premier when the next Saskatchewan election is held.
The next vote was scheduled to take place Nov. 2, 2015. However, the law includes a provision to move the election if the campaign period overlaps with a federal election. The federal government, which also has provisions for a fixed election date, is currently expected to hold a vote Oct. 19, 2015.
Because of that overlap, Saskatchewan's election moves to the Monday of the following April, which is April 4, 2016.Suggest a correction