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Brad Wall

Harper, Mulcair, and Trudeau may want to be seen with some of these folks. Others? Not so much.
We can't shut off the fossil fuel economy overnight, but the science clearly says that we need a real plan to leave fossil fuels like tar sands underground. Politicians need to stop treating this country like idiots and recognize that most people want an economy that's not dependent on the boom and bust of the oil cycle.
It will irk NDP partisans seeing their newly crowned Alberta premier mingling with those they traditionally oppose. But Notley's speech made it clear she plans to work closely with other provinces and the PM, in addition to First Nations, union and local government leaders to benefit her province.
At the premiers' climate summit last week, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall brought up a statistic that has received a fair amount of attention lately: Canada's emissions account for fewer than two per cent of global greenhouse gas emissions. He's not wrong, but Canada is also a heavy emitter per capita.
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is open to using a notwithstanding clause to address his government's essential services legislation
B.C. Premier Christy Clark is ending 2014 with her approval rating essentially unchanged — but her ranking still lands her
It has been over two decades since B.C.'s wineries first received international gold medals for producing premium wines, yet most Canadian consumers still struggle to get their hands on a bottle. To make matters worse, FedEx has recently given notice it will no longer ship B.C. wine products without provincial regulations that allow for it.
British Columbia Premier Christy Clark and Saskatchewan's Brad Wall agreed today to lift barriers to allow consumers in both
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says not many people would be outraged if Prime Minister Stephen Harper decided to stop appointing
It appears Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall's days as Canada's most popular provincial leader could be numbered. According