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He's held Saskatchewan's top job since 2007.
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His deception undermined the 2016 election results and threatens the fundamentals of Saskatchewan's economy.
They've been given until the end of December to sign on to the national climate change agreement or lose out on millions.
She wants to know if he's breaking trade rules.
Some companies are taking the offer seriously.
The premier says the government didn't expect revenue from natural resources to fall more than $1 billion and stay that low for three years.
B.C. signed on to the plan after some resistance.
"Any pricing mechanism implemented should contribute to a vibrant and competitive oil and gas sector."
The role and influence of money in the political process has long been antagonistic to a fully democratic electoral system. Political parties must raise money from party supporters to maintain an organization, promote various messages and compete in elections, but it matters where that money comes from and how it is raised.
The government wants 90 per cent of Canada's electricity to come from sustainable sources by then.
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Not only are out-of-province donations OK in Brad Wall's Saskatchewan, but so are corporate and union donations. There are no donation limits of any kind, and out-of-country corporate donations are allowed as long as that corporation has a Canadian presence. It really is the Wild West out in Saskatchewan.
With more frequent, more severe and more damaging cycles of droughts and wildfires, storms and floods, it's clear that a more extreme and volatile climate is costly for Saskatchewan. Virtually everyone agrees that we need to prevent the worst consequences, as much as possible, and adapt to what we can't avoid.
A 13-year-old took her life on Sunday in La Ronge, a community about 250 kilometres north of Prince Albert.