Wall pushing Saskatchewan’s concerns to Ottawa after winning third term

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Wall and his Saskatchewan Party resoundingly delivered another majority election win Monday, taking 51 seats in the 61-seat legislature.In Saskatoon and the rural parts of the province the gap between the Saskatchewan Party is little changed: “The NDP trails by about 19 points in Saskatoon and 40 points outside of the urban centres”. CTV News delayed declaring a victor to be certain of the results of the tight race. The breakdown of the popular vote from the mock election had the Sask. Party at 53.4 per cent and the NDP at 22.66 per cent. The Green Party picked up 11 per cent of the student vote with the Liberals close behind at 10.8 per cent.Broten is awaiting results from Saskatoon Westview where he was seeking re-election.The win will only inflate hopes of those Conservatives who think stealing Wall’s winning recipe means stealing Wall into the federal leadership, something he’s rather flatly said he doesn’t want to do. “Now I’m going to spend a couple of days with my family, speak with my colleagues, and consider how we move forward”. Pellegrini declares Hart fit for PSG clash
Midfielder Toure has been ruled out with the knee injury that also kept him out of City’s 4-0 win over Bournemouth last weekend. Ander Herrera is confident Manchester United can continue their mini-revival and secure Champions League qualification. Broten said it has been a great honour to serve as an MLA for eight years. Party leader Dwain Lingenfelter lost his Regina seat in the 2011 election.Broten’s NDP knew it was facing a formidable foe in Wall, who consistently polls as one of the most popular premiers in Canada and has carved out a niche as defender of the province and a strong voice for small-c conservatives, especially in the West.Saskatoon Nutana’s Cathy Sproule, one of just a handful of NDP candidates to win on Monday, said her party will hold the Saskatchewan Party to account for “lying about the GTH”.Saskatchewan voters head to the polls today after a 27-day campaign that has featured few spending promises and lean party platforms.And, here’s what counts for political surprises on such a night: the Saskatchewan reporter had to jam together story versions A and B, and weave in the loud blast of a sad trombone because the opposition leader lost his seat – womp womp – again. Update On Wildfire That Threatens Small Town Of Freedom, Oklahoma
The Sheriff’s office said they do not have any reports of structures damaged or lost in Woods County at this time. Wildfires in northeast Kansas have been largely contained, state officials say. A screen grab circulated by the Saskatchewan Party shows a Facebook post that says: “Brad Wall’s mother should have taken the abortion pill”. The premier says he thinks the ballot box question is about the economy and which party has the best team to protect and create jobs in the province.On the hustings, Broten, 37, hammered on the message that the sheen was off the Wall government.March 16: Wall draws Ottawa into the campaign when he demands at least $570 million in new funding in the coming federal budget.”We’re not going to try to be a thorn in anyone’s side, but we’re going to defend the province’s interests and advocate for our energy sector”, Wall said Tuesday in Regina. There were two vacancies.This is also the first time a non CCF-NDP party have won three elections in a row since the Liberals accomplished that feat early in the 20th Century. Apple owes 48.5 million euros over illegal contracts — French agency
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