Posted On November 20, 2013
The first lady of Saskatchewan, Tami Wall, sits down with Regina CTV Morning Live's Molly Thomas to talk about her journey as part of CTV's Women of Influence series on November 19, 2013.
Posted On November 13, 2013
Discussing the future of the Canadian Senate and Saskatchewan's position as well as getting our oil to tidewater with Bob Fife, host of CTV's Question Period on November 10, 2013.
Posted On November 12, 2013
Debating the construction of 18 new schools across the province to address issues around growth in Saskatchewan on November 12, 2013.
Posted On October 28, 2013
On BNN talking about the importance of a free trade deal with Asia and Saskatchewan's role.
Posted On October 17, 2013
Presenting the One-Year Progress Report on our Saskatchewan Plan for Growth to highlight accomplishments to date and the work yet to do in support of our growing province on October 17, 2013.
Posted On October 15, 2013
Why is NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair smiling? Maybe it's because Saskatchewan NDP Leader Cam Broten had a chance to tell Mulcair his economic policies are wrong, but he didn't.
Broten could have told Mulcair to stop attacking our resource sector, but he didn't.
He could have told Mulcair our economy is not a disease, but he didn't.
So ask yourself, if Cam Broten won't stand up for Saskatchewan, what does he stand for?
A message from the Saskatchewan Party.
Posted On September 24, 2013
The NDP has a new leader but nothing's really changed. Cam Broten still supports all of Dwain Lingenfelter's election promises including a special deal with First Nations on resource revenue sharing. Broten clip: "Resource revenue sharing is party policy and I support that approach." Broten wrote the NDP policy book that led to the NDP's disastrous election platform and five billion dollar spending spree. Cam Broten -- he may be a different leader, but it's the same old NDP. A message from the Saskatchewan Party.
Posted On September 10, 2013
Joining Rawlco Radio's John Gormley for the "Ask The Premier" segment of John Gormley Live, to answer questions from callers on September 10, 2013.
Posted On September 7, 2013
Premier Brad Wall plays the banjo with The MacEvoys at the 3rd Annual Premier's Golf Ball in support of the Autism Resource Centre in Regina and Habitat for Humanity.
Posted On August 20, 2013
Premier Brad Wall joins John Gormley Live to discuss BHP's continued vote of confidence to invest in Saskatchewan at it's Jansen site on August 20, 2013.