For months, Brad Wall has been making a lot of noise on the national scene, refusing to collaborate with his federal and provincial counterparts.
In March 2015, Brad Wall slashed the budget for surgeries and - to no ones’ surprise - wait times have been getting longer.
Wall and the Sask. Party have long said that they wouldn’t consider increasing surgery wait times be a problem until they were… a problem.
In the Sask. Party’s world, ‘cut and run’ has turned into ‘cut and bus.’ With Brad Wall’s continued cuts to services, it has Saskatchewan people asking, what’s next?
It’s no secret that Brad Wall loves P3s.
He justifies his addiction by saying they are a “win-win” and is showing no sign of kicking the habit. In fact, he has vowed to using them even more to fund future infrastructure programs.
On Wednesday, George Carlin's seven dirty words routine was selected for preservation at the Library of Congress. Observers can’t help but notice that when the Sask. Party scrawled out their uninspiring platform on the back of a napkin, they seem to have identified seven unspeakable terms themselves.
How does Brad Wall feel about a 90 per cent cut to funding for homeless shelters?
“Our roads and water main pipes are all in perfect shape, and no more infrastructure money is wanted,” said no municipal leader, ever.
After wasting millions of dollars on Lean consultants, gravy planes, and sketchy land deals, the Sask. Party has cooked up a new scheme of wishful thinking: he wants the people of Saskatchewan to put on our aprons.
Brad Wall has a lot to say about many things. Unfortunately, he doesn’t seem to mean much of it.