After Brad Wall: What comes next for Saskatchewan

After Brad Wall: What comes next for Saskatchewan
Who will replace Brad Wall as Saskatchewan Party leader?
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 

Premier Brad Wall announces his retirement at the Saskatchewan legislature on Aug. 10, 2017. (Britton Gray/980 CJME). Premier Brad Wall has announced his retirement. He will remain premier until a next Saskatchewan Party leader is chosen but currently

CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) – The premier of Saskatchewan resigned unexpectedly on Thursday, saying he was quitting politics after nearly 10 years as the leader of the resource-rich western Canadian province. Brad Wall, who has been one of Canada's

REGINA — Brad Wall says he is retiring from politics after a decade as premier of Saskatchewan. Advertisement. He made the announcement in an online video this morning saying it's time for renewal for the Saskatchewan party and the province. Wall says

Canada's political world has been buzzing after Premier Brad Wall's announcement that he's resigning as the leader of the Saskatchewan Party. "Together with Tami, I've decided that now is the time for renewal – for my party, for the government, for the

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. Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall says he will retire from Canadian politics after a decade in office. The right-of-centre politician enjoyed a popular following and was leader of the Saskatchewan Party for 14 years. But a struggling local economy had … . With Brad Wall announcing he will step down as Saskatchewan's 14th Premier once the Saskatchewan Party chooses a successor, the question is how will that be done and when. Patrick Bundrock is the party's executive director and says the party council

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau listens as Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall responds to a question during a First Ministers meeting at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa on Monday, Nov. 23, 2015. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Adrian Wyld. Colby Cosh. . Work will begin soon for the Saskatchewan Party in order to start the procedure to replace Brad Wall. Wall, who has been the leader of the Saskatchewan Party since 2004 and Premier since 2007, says the time is right for this move to be made. Executive

Politics Briefing: Canada's most popular premier steps down

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 …

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. The leader of the province's right-leaning Saskatchewan Party, Wall was notable for standing up for conservatism and sometimes clashing with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's Liberals. By Salmaan Farooqui Thu., Aug. 10, 2017.
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

Who will replace Brad Wall as Saskatchewan Party leader?
Who will replace Brad Wall as Saskatchewan Party leader?
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall has announced his retirement and political analysts say there are no obvious candidates who might replace him. "Saskatchewan needs renewal, a fresh perspective in leadership," Wall said Thursday. He also said the. 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 …

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