Tag: Blakeney

Allan Blakeney: The Aftermath
Politics

Allan Blakeney: The Aftermath

….Aftermath The Tories kept their promises which were reckless. The deficit was 230 million in 1982 and 379 million in 1984. Devine cut spending on affirmative action programs, closed the Land Bank program, the Department of Northern Saskatchewan was disband, labour legislation was rewritten to favour employers. Devine sold the […]

Allan Blakeney on the Defeat & Retirement
Business

Allan Blakeney on the Defeat & Retirement

CHAPTER TWENTY: Defeat In the early 1980s, the budgets were balanced, unemployment rate was low, and the province’s international credit was excellent. While Woodrow Lloyd believed that “government was the most effective method of implementing the will of the people” the NDP had a high-service administration that was very complex. […]