brad wall

Bradley John "Brad" Wall, MLA (born November 24, 1965) is a Canadian politician who has been the 14th Premier of Saskatchewan since November 21, 2007. Wall was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan as the Member of the Legislative Assembly for Swift Current in 1999, and re-elected in 2003, 2007, 2011, and 2016. He became leader of the Official Opposition Saskatchewan Party on March 15, 2004. He replaced Elwin Hermanson, who resigned after leading the party to defeat in the 2003 provincial election. In the 2011 election, Wall's government won the third-largest majority in Saskatchewan's history, with 64.25% of the popular vote and 49 of the 58 seats in the legislature. The 2016 election delivered Wall 51 of the 61 seats in the newly expanded legislature, and 62.36% of the vote. This marked the first time since 1925 that a party other than the NDP or CCF had won a third consecutive majority mandate. Wall announced his intention to retire as Saskatchewan Party Leader and Premier on August 10, 2017. In doing so, he will become the first non-CCF/NDP Premier since 1935 to leave office for a reason other than losing a general election. Wikipedia
Justin Trudeau Fri, 08/11/2017 - 00:59

Déclaration du premier ministre concernant le départ de la scène politique du premier ministre de la Saskatchewan Brad Wall

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Merci, premier ministre Brad Wall, pour toutes ces années de service et de travail pour la province et les gens de la Saskatchewan. Bonne retraite.
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Justin Trudeau Thu, 08/10/2017 - 22:07

Statement by the Prime Minister on Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall’s retirement from politics

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Thanks, Premier Brad Wall, for your years of service and work for the province and people of Saskatchewan. All the best in your retirement.
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