Cabinet minister apologizes for defending Colin Thatcher at throne speech

Nov 2, 2022 | 5:31am

Saskatchewan’s policing minister has apologized for defending the attendance of a notorious convicted killer at her government’s tough-on-crime throne speech last week. Christine Tell says she shares Premier Scott Moe’s apology from Monday. She says she was wrong and she’s sorry for the words she used. Colin Thatcher, who was convicted of first-degree murder in […]

MLA Stewart statement, reason for inviting Thatcher to Throne Speech

Oct 27, 2022 | 9:56am

It wasn’t a great image. A convicted murderer sitting in the legislature chamber for a Speech from the Throne supposedly about reducing crime, and increasing the public’s safety. Former Saskatchewan MLA and cabinet minister Colin Thatcher was convicted of murdering his ex-wife, Jo-Ann Wilson.  He spend more than 20 years in jail for the crime, […]