It’s the end of an era Thursday in Saskatchewan Politics.
Premier Brad Wall has resigned from his position as leader of the Saskatchewan party and Premier, and Thursday will be his last day in the Saskatchewan Legislature.
Wall is the 14th premier in Saskatchewan, and is the only Saskatchewan party leader ever to win three stright Provincial elections, winning the 2016 election 51-10.
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Wall most notably defeated the Dwain Lingenfelter-led NDP in the 2011 election 49-9, the third largest majority government in Saskatchewan’s political history.
Wall became the leader of the Saskatchewan party in 2004, and premier in 2007.
620 CKRM have reaction from Wall Thursday afternoon on the end of his provincial political career.