Brad Wall rode good political and economic waves and survived turbulent waters

Brad Wall rode good political and economic waves and survived turbulent waters
Sask. Party to lay down leadership race rules within 30 days
Discussions of the legacy of any premier or prime minister in Canada invariably revolve around two things: Their ability to provide good governance, and ability to provide good political management. Unlike some premiers and prime ministers who are very 

Canada's first ministers might be happy to see the back of Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall. After all, for much of his decade-long reign in office, he was proclaimed the most popular provincial leader in the country, with approval numbers that were off … . The decision by Brad Wall on Thursday to step down as Saskatchewan's Premier is as expected garnering a lot of reaction. Here is some of what is being said in the wake of the announcement: NICOLE SARAUER– Interim leader of Saskatchewan NDP: “Mr.

'60s Scoop apology could come before retirement: Brad Wall

The news that Brad Wall is leaving politics should be seen as emblematic of plain but rare sanity. Power is addictive, and few are the number who either seek or find release from its insidious charms. It ruthlessly flatters the needful egos of many who … . Premier Brad Wall addresses the media the day after announcing his retirement at Cameron Scott's campaign office in Saskatoon, SK on Friday, August 11, 2017. Matt Smith / Saskatoon StarPhoenix. Saskatchewan's two main

Canada's political world has been buzzing after Premier Brad Wall's announcement that he's resigning as the leader of the Saskatchewan Party. Numerous country's political leaders have been weighing in on the announcement. I want to wish Brad Wall and

The premier of Saskatchewan resigned unexpectedly on Thursday, saying he was quitting politics after almost 10 years as the leader of the resource-rich western Canadian province. Just last May he called a white paper produced by the Trudeau government

Brad Wall's departure highlights changing political landscape of Western Canada

BC replaces Saskatchewan as fossil fuel thorn in Trudeau's side
BC replaces Saskatchewan as fossil fuel thorn in Trudeau's side

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall speaks during a grand opening ceremony for the K+S Potash mine in Bethune, Sask. on Tuesday, May 2, 2017. Wall says he is retiring from politics after a decade as premier of Saskatchewan. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Liam. Canada's political world has been buzzing after Premier Brad Wall's announcement that he's resigning as the leader of the Saskatchewan Party. Wall has been premier for 10 years and is in his third term in office. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall retiring …

REGINA — One of Canada's most high-profile premiers who rose to national prominence for his down-to-earth style, sharp wit and, more recently, his willingness to lock horns with Ottawa is retiring from politics after a decade in office. Saskatchewan's …

BC replaces Saskatchewan as fossil fuel thorn in Trudeau's side

Premier Brad Wall is retiring from politics, and that means the party he headed for more than a decade needs to elect a new leader. It's been one day since the announcement, but the Sask. Party says work has already begun. ANALYSIS: Who will replace

Discussions of the legacy of any premier or prime minister in Canada invariably revolve around two things: Their ability to provide good governance, and ability to provide good political management. Unlike some premiers and prime ministers who are very. Bye bye, Brad. The people of Saskatchewan will miss you, but maybe not as much as they might have before. With Thursday's announcement that he's retiring from politics, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall ends a remarkable run. He seemed to defy the kind

Colby Cosh: Brad Wall could be the most successful Canadian politician alive, period

Rex Murphy: Brad Wall's departure a rare show of sanity and humility in politics
Rex Murphy: Brad Wall's departure a rare show of sanity and humility in politics

Saskatchewan's Brad Wall will leave office by early next year after a decade-long career as Premier that saw him lead his once-have-not province into an era of economic prominence and political influence, even as he battled Ottawa over the push for a

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall retiring from politics

OTTAWA — Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall is leaving provincial politics, he announced Thursday, but will stay on as premier until a new one is chosen. At a press conference following the announcement, Wall, 51, said he has no job prospects yet. He said

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