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The Saskatchewan Party took in the most cash during the 2011 year and it also spent the most on its victorious campaign for November's election. With more than $6.1 million in contributions received in the calendar year, the Sask. Party doubled what
Now that Victor Lau has placed first in the race for leader, he wants to make sure his Green Party of Saskatchewan is in at least third place come Nov. 7. Lau was elected party leader on Sunday in Regina, topping challengers Larry Waldinger and
Party itself is raking in piles of cash and spending big as it heads toward a provincial election this November. According to 2010 party financial statements released Wednesday by Elections Saskatchewan, the party last year raised $3,032,775 in
Deep down, even Stephen Harper is probably happy for Elizabeth May...The irrepressible Green Party Leader's victory on Monday was the feel-good story of the federal election...May is the Molly Brown of Canadian politics: Nothing can keep her down.
The federal election is in the home stretch and the big question in Saskatchewan is whether the volatile national campaign will shake up what has been a relatively stable provincial political landscape. With election day on Monday, campaigns are
The campus forum, organized by the U of S Students' Union, was open to candidates from all ridings. It drew two Liberals, Darren Hill and Lee Reaney, Mark Bigland-Pritchard, Sandra Finley and Shawn Setyo for the Greens, Denise Kouri with the NDP and
It verges on sabotage by national media elites who have decided that the Greens don't matter, and the Canadian public won't tolerate this." Green party Leader Elizabeth May on being shut out of the televised leaders debates.
Gord Wyant is going from the city council table to the Saskatchewan Party government benches after romping to victory in the Saskatoon Northwest byelection Monday night...Wyant's 59 per cent of the vote marked an increase from the 54 per cent won by
Win or lose, there are significant stakes for all the parties on the ballot in Monday's byelection in Saskatoon Northwest. The byelection became necessary with the resignation of former Saskatchewan Party MLA Serge LeClerc at the end of August after
Five candidates are in the running for the upcoming byelection in Saskatoon Northwest. Nominations closed Saturday for the Oct. 18 byelection, which will fill the seat vacated by former Saskatchewan Party MLA Serge LeClerc. The candidates are: Jan