Political parties - Saskatchewan - New Democratic Party

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Blakeney, A.

  • FILM S-2394
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  • 2006 or before

News compilation: 1) Allan Blakeney speaks about plans for the new New Democratic Party government. 2) Allan Blakeney states that the Nixon price controls will help to stimulate Canadian economy. Silent footage of the audience is included. 3) Allan Blakeney talks about bringing telecommunications to smaller centres. 4) Allan Blakeney wants guidelines for the federal winter works program. 5) Allan Blakeney says that the government is concerned that both rural and urban citizens receive equal consideration. 6) Allan Blakeney believes that the provincial government will maintain the supply of crude oil for Saskatchewan before exporting to other countries. 7) Allan Blakeney states that redistribution is necessary if Saskatchewan is to have representation by population. 8) Allan Blakeney believes that the ward system should be in use in major Saskatchewan cities. 9) Allan Blakeney states that various government bureaus have stimulated the province's economy. 10) Allan Blakeney says that different cultural groups should maintain their traditions in Canadian society. 11) Allan Blakeney states that government policy will concentrate on oil production in the province. 12) Allan Blakeney says that the profits from energy resources belong to the province. 13) Allan Blakeney opposes the federal government attempt to tax resources belonging to the province. 14) Allan Blakeney speaks about the inventory of hogs at Intercontinental Packers in Saskatoon. 15) Allan Blakeney doesn't believe that removing branch lines is an effective way to deal with inflation. (colour) 16) Allan Blakeney discusses provincial election issues on "Insight". (colour) 17) Allan Blakeney says young farmers should be given two opportunities to buy land. (colour) 18) Allan Blakeney discusses oil prices and the prince Albert Burns Company plant. 19) Allan Blakeney says that all sources of wealth in Canada should be taxed equally. 20) Allan Blakeney states that it is difficult for Saskatchewan to get a higher price for oil and hopes to come to a settlement with the federal government. (colour) 21) Allan Blakeney discusses oil production and marketing with Chuck McManus on "Insight". (colour) 22) Allan Blakeney says that government policy is to conserve oil reserves in the province and increase oil exploration. 23) Allan Blakeney discusses conditions for oil movement to other provinces.

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Collver, Dick

  • FILM S-2373
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  • 2006 or before

News compilation: 1) Richard Lee Collver states that the Progressive Conservative Party is the only alternative to the New Democratic Party provincial government. 2) Dick Collver states that a plebiscite should be held in Saskatoon before the ward system is implemented. 3) Dick Collver speaks against the NDP Police Act and predicts the erosion of the concept of community government. 4)Dick Collver is interviewed saying that the people of Saskatchewan should be encouraged to invest in the province. 5) Dick Collver says that the PC party is preparing for a June, 1975 provincial election. 6) Dick Collver states that the federal budget is not particularly anti inflationary. 7) Dick Collver says that the NDP government does not have the correct priorities. (colour) 8) Dick Collver speaks about the four major areas of issue that concern the PC party. 9) Dick Collver wants Eastern Canada to bring pressure on the federal government to invest in Saskatchewan. 10) Dick Collver urges the federal government to adjust freight rates. 11) Dick Collver states four points to guarantee that young farmers will stay on the land. (colour) 12) Dick Collver calls the provincial budget an "Ides of March" budget, March 15, 1975. 13) Dick Collver states that the PC Party will take a stand on issues that are best for the future of the province. (colour) 14) Dick Collver criticizes the federal Liberal leadership. (colour) 15) Dick Collver states that citizens show little concern over the potash industry since its purchase by the provincial government. (colour) 17) Dick Collver states that the PC party membership has increased greatly in the past year. (colour) 18) Dick Collver says that an environmental study will investigate how Warman and immediate areas will be affected by the refinery. (colour) 19) Dick Collver says that if the NDP government takes over all the resources in the province, private enterprise will not want to invest in Saskatchewan. (colour) 20) Dick Collver reports that people are expressing their desire for a change in government. (colour) 21) Dick Collver says that the new provincial budget means the brunt of the financial burden will fall on municipalities. (colour) 22) Dick Collver feel that action must be taken to improve the morale of the police force. (colour) 23) Dick Collver's speech at the Oct. 20, 1977 PC convention. Footage of other candidates and delegates are included. (colour)

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