Last day in legislature for Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall

Brad Wall looks out at the crowd gathered in front of the CBC building prior to a leaders' debate in Regina Saskatchewan

Brad Wall looks out at the crowd gathered in front of the CBC building prior to a leaders' debate in Regina Saskatchewan

Premier Brad Wall has resigned from his position as leader of the Saskatchewan party and Premier, and Thursday will be his last day in the Saskatchewan Legislature.

Wall announced back in August that he would be retiring.

He will stay on as premier until the Sask.

During the 2016 provincial election, the Saskatchewan Party won 51 out of 61 seats under Wall's leadership.

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He will stay on as premier and leader of the Saskatchewan Party until January 27, 2018 when a new leader is chosen.

He was acclaimed leader of the Saskatchewan Party following the party's defeat in the 2003 provincial election. His popularity took a significant hit after the most recent budget, which saw the province post a $685-million deficit.

His last day in the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly will be mostly business as usual.

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