Saturday, March 12, 2016

Moose Jaw Times-Herald: Wall’s focus is on the economy

Sask. Party leader Brad Wall makes a Moose Jaw campaign stop 
Saskatchewan Party leader Brad Wall, with Moose
Jaw North candidate Warren Michelson, left, Moose
Jaw Wakamow candidate Greg Lawrence, centre, and
Lumsden-Morse candidate Lyle Stewart, speaks
to a crowd of supporters at the Moose Jaw
Wakamow/Moose Jaw North/Lumsden-Morse
campaign office in Moose Jaw on March 12, 2016.
Lisa Goudy/Times-Herald

By Lisa Goudy

Saskatchewan Party leader Brad Wall’s primary focus in the election is the economy.

“With the energy sector challenges, there have been some job losses. Now we have a more diversified economy than we’ve ever had so we’ve seen the slack get taken up in other sectors – agriculture, manufacturing and innovation and that’s positive,” said Wall after speaking to a crowd of his supporters at the Moose Jaw Wakamow/Moose Jaw North/Lumsden-Morse campaign office in Moose Jaw on Saturday.

“But we need to make sure we’re very vigilant going forward in Saskatchewan to protect the jobs that we have.”

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