Wednesday, November 23, 2016


Brad Wall is perfectly happy to waste time tweeting his outrage at a business operating with both foreign and domestic suppliers.

But Brad Wall couldn't care less whether provincial money earmarked to clean up messes in Saskatchewan actually stays in the province - choosing instead to cut out local businesses entirely:
The province’s Saskatchewan Oil and Gas Orphan fund put out a request for proposals (RFP) in January looking for companies to, “successfully conduct the down hole abandonment(s) on oil, gas and industry related wells, flow line abandonments and well site decommissioning.
About 10 of the 15 companies that applied to clean those orphaned sites up were Saskatchewan-based, but the government chose four Alberta-based companies to do the work.

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous1:13 p.m.

    Typical Wall. King of the free-traders and de-regulators except when he wants to appear like he actually gives a damn about anybody in his province who doesn't sit on a corporate board.

    Why do you guys keep electing him, anyway? I'd consider moving to Sask if it weren't for that ugly, disturbing quirk.