Brad Wall’s days as Premier of Saskatchewan are ticking down as the Saskatchewan Party will choose a new leader this Saturday that will become Premier until the next provincial election.
On Wednesday at the Legislature, Wall chaired his last cabinet meeting along with cleaning out his office while starting his goodbyes.
Speaking to reporters, Wall said the office was never his and he rarely referred to it as his office.
“That was intentional.” Wall said. “It’s the premier’s office, the landlords are the people of the province and I was just the tenant for 10 years, happy to be the tenant. Next week, there will be a new tenant that is renting out that space for a little bit.”
Wall also took time out to tout the many positives achieved by the government since he became Premier in 2007.
His resignation as the MLA for Swift Current will become official on January 31.