Bringing back the Liberals

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Liberal Party leader candidate, Martha Hall Findlay, visited with Harry Holstein in Moose Jaw Tuesday morning.

Bringing the Liberal Party’s message back to Saskatchewan, Martha Hall Findlay made a stop in the Friendly City Tuesday during her tour of the prairie province.

Findlay, one of nine candidates vying for the top spot in the Canadian Liberal Party, said she believes Saskatchewan and Alberta have been bypassed by the Liberal Party for far too long.

“Alberta and Saskatchewan have so much to offer.  I mean obviously, economically, socially, culturally there is so much here.”

Findlay said she believes the reason past Liberal leaders have avoided moving into the two provinces is because they believed the way back to power was through Ontario and Quebec and in a sense Saskatchewan, Alberta and the interior of BC were a waist of resources due to the lack of support.

However said those are not her beliefs.

“I launched my campaign in the West because I wanted to make it clear that I have the intention of leading a party that is national.”

Organizations: Liberal Party

Geographic location: Saskatchewan, Alberta, Friendly Ontario Quebec

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  • Carl Miller
    January 30, 2013 - 01:54

    I dont think the Liberals have "bypassed" Alberta and Saskatchewan--Seems like Alberta and Saskatchewan have bypassed the Liberals

    • Rod MacKinnon
      January 30, 2013 - 09:31

      I will never support Martha Hall-Findlay as long as she supports the dismantling of Canada's marketing boards.