Saskatchewan leaders' debates through the years
Key campaign moments from 1982, 1991 and 2007
Here are a few key moments from previous Saskatchewan leaders' debates and election campaigns before Brad Wall and Cam Broten take part in the leaders' debate on Wednesday.
In this 1982 campaign, NDP Leader Allan Blakeney was seeking his fourth term in office. We also hear from Progressive Conservative Leader Grant Devine and Liberal Leader Ralph Goodale.
Saskatchewan voted Devine into power on April 26, 1982.
In this 1991 Saskatchewan leaders' debate, we hear from NDP Leader Roy Romanow, Liberal Leader Lynda Haverstock and Progressive Conservative Leader Grant Devine.
Devine was defeated by Romanow on Oct. 21, 1991.
In this 2007 election campaign, we hear from NDP Leader Lorne Calvert, Saskatchewan Party Leader Brad Wall and Liberal Leader David Karwacki.
Calvert was defeated by Wall.
CBC Saskatchewan will host and broadcast a leaders' debate on Wednesday.
The debate, which begins a few minutes after 6 p.m. CST, features Saskatchewan Party Leader Brad Wall and NDP Leader Cam Broten.
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CBC is part of a broadcast partnership pool which also includes CTV and Global.
The two leaders will face questions from a panel of reporters, including CBC's Stefani Langenegger.
Follow the debate:
- Live on CBC Television (check your TV service provider for channel).
- Live on CBC Radio One (540 AM; 102.5 FM-Regina; 94.1 FM-Saskatoon)
- Live streaming online at CBC's Saskatchewan and Saskatoon websites.
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