The Saskatchewan Party membership will soon elect its new leader, and the province's next premier. But predicting which of the five-candidates aiming to replace outgoing Premier Brad Wall will come out on top on Jan. 27 isn't easy, as suggested by recent polls with differing findings. Saskatchewan Party leadership candidates have been sharing various types of polls showing how they're doing in the race on social media.
The defence lawyer for a rural municipality of Sherwood councillor charged with corruption says it was never his intention to offer a vote-trade for his personal advantage, and that he was acting in the best interest of the RM. The trial for Tim Probe ended Thursday in Regina. Probe pleaded not guilty to charges of municipal corruption and breach of trust. The main evidence against Probe is a secretly taped audio conversation between him and the reeve of the RM, Jeff Poissant, on Feb. 1, 2016.
A rural municipality of Sherwood councillor accused of corruption says he did not offer the reeve a vote-trade for his personal advantage. Tim Probe has pleaded not guilty to charges of municipal corruption and breach of trust. Probe was questioned on the stand Wednesday at the Court of Queen's Bench in Regina. The Crown alleges Probe offered the rural municipality's reeve, Jeff Poissant, to vote in favour of a truck stop development.
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