Many of our politicians and senior staff like to have important meetings in the country they were born in when the weather is crappy here.When I was working for the government, you could always tell by the schedule for bilateral conferences:
Ottawa - summer, bosses - winter, staff.
Mexico City - summer, staff - winter, bosses.
I've heard that rumor that the Libs are now in support of small nuclear reactors....in Ontario.BTW didn't the Libs just announce they are going to go with small nuke reactors to achieve their carbon neutral goals?
Isn't that what Moe wanted?
Where's his thank you letter?
That's a skeleton in his closet that he'll have to deal with. http://forums.canadiancontent.net/showthread.php?t=168404Also shouldn't Premier Moe be in jail?
'23 years and I find out our premier killed my mother': Scott Moe apologizes for fatal crash following Facebook post
Ahead of the writ drop, both the Saskatchewan Party and opposition NDP have a full slate of 61 candidates. The NDP announced its final 12 candidates on Friday. The Sask. Party announced its final candidate last Saturday. Both parties have disclosed the criminal past of candidates including impaired driving convictions and pardons.
The NDP candidates with convictions include:
- Carter Antoine, who is running for a seat in Yorkton-Melville, was convicted of impaired driving in 2017
- Bhajan Brar, for Regina Pasqua, was convicted of dangerous driving causing bodily harm in 2011
- Ken Burton, for Moosomin, was convicted of impaired driving in 1973
- Bonnie Galenzowski, for Melville-Saltcoats, was convicted of impaired driving in 1982
- Rod McCorriston, for Carrot River Valley, was convicted of impaired driving in 1980
- Lyle Whitefish, for Saskatchewan Rivers, was convicted of impaired driving in 2011
The Sask. Party candidates with an impaired driving conviction are:
- Terry Dennis, MLA for Canora-Pelly, was convicted 1978 and 2001
- Don McMorris, MLA for Indian Head Milestone, was convicted in 2016
- Terry Jenson, for Martensville Warman, was convicted in 1994
- Scott Moe, premier and MLA for Rosthern Shellbrook, was convicted in 1992
- Manny Sadhra, for Saskatoon Fairview, was convicted in 2008
- Eric Olauson, for Saskatoon University, was convicted in 1992 and 1993
This is becoming a seriously question for the next election..
"The west wants out": Separatist sentiments growing in Alberta : CanadianConservative (reddit.com)
Is it time for Alberta to become the 51st state??
Not just Alberta wants to leave...
I am officially voting WildRose Party.
Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta | A sovereign Alberta is the only answer
Just think a parliament beholden to two seperatist parties .If you want to destroy Canada, ignore the results of the Alberta referendum says one news story:
John Robson: If you want to destroy Canada, ignore the results of the Alberta referendum — National PostIf the final tally shows Albertans want to end equalization, and the feds ignore that, the province's next vote will be on separationapple.news
Any measures stemming from the vote would be a constitutional overreach, and its own advocates have called it little more than a bluff. Why should Ottawa take it seriously?www.theglobeandmail.com
Will be interesting regardless of how this is addressed by the current Feds.