Enterprise Saskatchewan: Leader Brad Wall's comments on Crown corporations contradict the party's policy book
The following letter to the editor appeared in the Nov. 21, 2007 edition of the Saskatoon StarPhoenix:
Key aspects of Wall's policy ignored in Burton's column
Wednesday, November 21, 2007
In The writing was on the wall (SP, Nov. 8), columnist Randy Burton criticized the NDP's use of "negative politics" and said the party had sunk "exceedingly low on the ethical scale" trying to find an effective campaign weapon against Saskatchewan Party Leader Brad Wall.
About Crown corporations,
Furthermore, Wall's shadowy
In an October 2004 article for Investment Executive, a national newspaper for financial service industry professionals, Regina Leader-Post financial editor Bruce Johnstone described it best: "Under Wall's 'bold new vision,' a Saskatchewan Party government would cede control of economic decision making to Enterprise Saskatchewan, a joint government/private-sector body that would assume the economic development functions of government," he wrote.
"Instead of bureaucrats or politicians,