Saskatchewan Party wins majority government


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The Saskatchewan Party has won a majority in the province's election, handing the New Democrats their first defeat since coming into power in 1991.

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#juan
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The Saskatchewan Party, made up of Liberals and Progressive Conservatives have won a majority in Saskatchewan
http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskvotes20...-election.html.

This is reminiscent of the so-called Liberal party win in B.C. when an assorted group of reform, PCs, and Liberals joined together under the Liberal banner to defeat the NDP in B.C..
 
#juan
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The Saskatchewan Party has won a majority in the province's election, handing the New Democrats their first defeat since coming into power in 1991.
The party won 37 seats, the NDP 21 and the Liberals none. Thirty seats were required for a majority.
Brad Wall, the 41-year-old leader of the Saskatchewan Party, will now replace NDP Leader Lorne Calvert as premier.
 

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