Political parties - Saskatchewan - Liberal

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Liberal Party

  • FILM S-2391
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  • 2006 or before

News compilation: 1) Dave Steuart and other Liberal Party leadership candidates speak, Aug. 19, 1959. 2) Frank Foley is interviewed. 3) Dave Steuart talks about the Liberal medical care program, Feb. 5, 1960. 4) Footage of the Liberal nominating convention, March 4, 1960. (silent) 5) Footage of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association Convention, Nov. 21, 1960. (silent) 6) D. T. McFarlane discusses a fall session debate on agricultural conditions. 7) Unidentified reporter says that Hazen Argue and Sid Buckwold are possible candidates. 8) Thatcher, Perrault, Moggat, Perry say a strong Liberal Party is needed in the west. 9) Arthur Lang says the Liberal convention is the best yet. 10) Sally Merchant speaks about her decision to retire from politics, May 6, 1967. 11) J. Charlebois, candidate, speaks at the Liberal convention. 12) Mr. Forsyth, the Liberal candidate for Nutana South, speaks at the convention. 13) Footage of the Liberal Youth Rally in Saskatoon, Sept. 30, 1967. (silent) 14.) J. J. Greene speaks about his announcement as leadership candidate. 15) Mr. Thompson speaks as the new president of the Saskatchewan Liberal Association. 16) J. Charlebois speaks on the success of the Thatcher Liberal government. 17) Footage of the Liberal Premiers dinner in Saskatoon. 18) A Liberal leadership candidate talks about marketing wheat. 19) Dave Boldt comments that there is no room in the party for Martin Pederson. 20) Footage of a fundraising banquet, May 9, 1970. (silent) 21) Mr. Thompson is confident that Gardiner will not find any dishonest activities in investigations. 22) C. Estey speaks as the Liberal nomination candidate for Nutana Centre. 23) Dave Steuart states that the NDP Waffle sector may bring about the downfall of the Blakeney government. 24) Ron Shorvoyce announces Cy MacDonald and George Heath are possible candidates for provincial leader. 25) Dave Steuart speaks as a Liberal candidate for the provincial leadership. 26) George Heath discusses reasons for wanting to enter the leadership race. 27) Cy MacDonald tells reasons for wanting to enter the leadership race. 29) Mr. Rowand discusses reasons for wanting to enter the leadership race. 30) Footage of the leadership candidates at St. Thomas More College. (silent) 31) Unidentified leadership candidates speaking. 32) Ron Shorvoyce discusses candidates. Footage of the convention is included.

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Liberal Party

  • FILM S-2393
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  • 2006 or before

News compilation: 1) Ted Malone says that the province will face another deficit budget. (color) 2) Ted Malone states that the Liberals are the only true opposition to the New Democratic Party. (color) 3) Ted Malone believes that by the time of the 1979 election, people will be looking more at parties. (color) 4) Ted Malone states the Liberals tie with the Progressive Conservatives as the official opposition. (color) 5) Footage of a meeting, Sept. 11, 1977. (color) .6) Ted Malone says that the impaired driving liquor level should be lowered to .06. (color) 7) Ted Malone says that the penal system should be under provincial jurisdiction and needs improving. (color) 8) Ted Malone wants to hear the total party view, not just the caucus. (color) 9) Footage of a meeting, Oct. 14, 1977 (silent) 10) Ted Malone says that the benefit of non-party speakers is that you get a different approach on key issues. (colour) 11) Ted Malone speaks about the Liberal convention in Saskatoon. (colour) 12) Footage of the convention, Nov. 4, 1977. (colour) 13) Ted Malone discusses what the Liberal Party will do to solve the major problems of the province. (colour) 14)Ted Malone says the party is unique and has a different philosophy from the Progressive Conservatives. (colour) 15) Ted Malone states that there is no way that any government can repay back taxes owed to oil companies. (colour) 16) Ted Malone says that the Progressive Conservatives have committed a serious crime if they have overspent on the election budget. (colour) 17) Ted Malone speaks at the convention, Dec. 12, 1976. Colour) 18) Jan Aubrey interviews Senator Al Graham, Dec. 14, 1976. (colour)