Welcome to the Progressive Conservative Party

Welcome to the Progressive Conservative Party


“The Tower Road Junction should never have been built and is a complete waste of $200 million of taxpayers’ money” stated P.C. Party Leader Rick Swenson.

The PC Party continues to forge ahead with its policy development for the next election. Last Saturday, PC candidates, executive members, and campaign personnel gathered in Moose Jaw to finalize key components of the PC Platform.

Tim Atchison of Lintlaw, Saskatchewan will be the PC Party of Saskatchewan candidate for the Kelvington – Wadena constituency for the Provincial election to be held April 4, 2016.


The pile of scrap tires left over from the closing of Assiniboia Rubber Recyclers Inc and Prairie Rubber Corp is not only an eyesore, but a safety hazard, and something needs to be done about it.

Today, PC Party Leader Rick Swenson has written to Global Transportation Hub President, Bryan Richards asking for the minutes of the Board meeting which authorized the purchase of 204 acres for $21,038,780.00 from 100225232 Saskatchewan Ltd.

“I have also asked Mr. Richards for any relevant materials and documents used in this decision making process, like land appraisals.” said Swenson.

“The PC Party will continue to ask for answers to this huge expenditure of taxpayers’ money.”

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Rose Buscholl of Colonsay, Saskatchewan has announced she will be seeking nomination to be the Progressive Conservative candidate in the Saskatoon University Constituency for the provincial election to be held April 4, 2016.

For nine months Leader, Rick Swenson, and the P.C. Party have been investigating questionable land deals at the Global Transportation Hub and the Highway to Nowhere.