Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has asked a former Saskatchewan Party MLA and former MP who recently was a part of the Wexit movement to co-host “in-house” meetings about increasing Saskatchewan autonomy.
Allan Kerpan — who served in opposition with the Saskatchewan Party and was also a Reform MP — and veteran SP MLA Lyle Stewart (Thunder Creek) have been chosen by Moe to lead the closed-door meetings across the province this month.
“The premier has been speaking about some sort of independence from Ottawa for quite a while in terms of the economy,” Kerpan told the CBC’s Morning Edition host Ted Deller on Monday.
Kerpan said he and Moe
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