NDP leader secures nomination for Saskatoon Westview, lays groundwork for campaign

NDP leader secures nomination for Saskatoon Westview, lays groundwork for campaign
Decade-long economic boom wasted: Broten
The riding sits in Saskatoon's northwest, bordered on the south by 33rd Street W. and sprawling west to east on both sides of Circle Drive N. After giving a speech to the NDP caucus at the Radisson Hotel Saturday night, Broten spoke with reporters

A pump jack near Weyburn, Sask. Declining oil prices are part of the reason Saskatchewan's unemployment rate is "skyrocketing," according to one expert. Don Healy / Regina Leader-Post. Share Adjust Comment Print. Saskatchewan's unemployment rate is 

Broten nominated to Saskatoon-Westview as NDP revs up campaign

WireService.ca Media Release (02/05/2016) Regina, SK – The Sask. Party's wave of sending Saskatchewan jobs and contracts to corporations outside the province is costing the province a lot of jobs – and now 8,000 more Saskatchewan people are 

Saskatchewan's leader of the NDP and the official opposition, Cam Broten, secured the uncontested nomination to represent the riding of Saskatoon Westview in the upcoming provincial election on April 4. New Democrats want legislature recalled over 

Sask. unemployment rate 'skyrocketing' due to population growth, weak oil prices

“Deficits are a lot like potato chips … they're not very good for your long-term health and bet you can't stop at just one!” Well as it turned out, Wall, was rather prophetic. The Sask. Party government registered three consecutive deficits (on a

The Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association convention was held in Regina this past week and the biggest news to come out of it was confirmation by Premier Brad Wall that the provincial government would run a deficit. That news came in Wall's 

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall walking back to his office at the legislative building. Is Wall making a mistake not tabling a budget this spring? Don Healy / Regina Leader-Post. Share Adjust Comment Print. Let me get this straight. The Saskatchewan

As Saskatchewan prepares to head to the polls on April 4, the provincial NDP are gearing up for the campaign. In a room of party faithful and fellow candidates from across the province, opposition leader Cam Broten was nominated in the new riding of 

Sask. Party contracting to foreign corps hurting jobs

While it was never in question as to whether or not he would represent the NDP in the riding of Saskatoon Eastview, leader Cam Broten was officially declared the party's candidate in the riding on Saturday night. He said the NDP is focused on three

REGINA – The job numbers from January have been released by Statistics Canada, and depending on who you ask they paint a different picture for Saskatchewan. “Our economy created 5,200 new jobs year over year. That's with a loss of 1,900 resource 

Premier Brad Wall says a strong and diverse provincial economy is helping off-set the damage in struggling sectors. The provincial NDP says Brad Wall and his government need to do more for unemployed Saskatchewan residents. The newest job numbers 

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