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"It's not like potato chips at all."
The Saskatchewan premier was re-elected with a majority government in April.
The final week of the 27-day campaign is starting.
The teacher says he wasn't such a "rabble rouser" in school.
The blue spray paint said "crook."
Wall is increasingly the voice of "small-c conservative arguments."
The proposal would cost Ottawa $156 million.
"This is a problem."
"The ability of a hunter to bring home natural foods to their families is critical to the health of the family."
Brad Wall says he already has the "best job going."
The Saskatchewan premier always ranks at or near the top when it comes to the most popular premiers in the country.
Expenses are up $99 million from the budget.
"Notwithstanding our disagreement with the federal government, we want to be there for refugees..."
The government is under fire from the Opposition for quietly raising its carbon dioxide emissions amounts.
The premier says the agreement is too important for Western Canada not to proceed with it and is writing a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, urging Canada to move forward.
Wall, who faces a provincial election in the spring, says he has the best job in Canadian politics and is not making the federal leap.
The ER wait-time target was announced in 2012.
The federal New Democrats and leader Tom Mulcair are running up against a wall in Saskatchewan.
Finance Minister Kevin Doherty announced the red ink Monday.
"If you can't deal with some of these issues in a federal election, then when can you? So on this issue I don't agree with the prime minister.''
"The dialogue in the country seems to be heading in the direction where somehow oil and gas is something we ought to be ashamed of."
Wildfires take priority, says Brad Wall.
SASKATOON - Premier Brad Wall is warning the world oil price slump means the Saskatchewan government will face a budget shortfall of between $600 to $...
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