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Trudeau Liberals to target NDP-held riding in northern Saskatchewan in 2019, hoping to win ‚Äėseveral’ more in province: Goodale

By Abbas Rana      

NDP MP Georgina Jolibois says she’s surprised the Liberals are hoping to win her riding, as she's heard that constituents are satisfied with her work as an MP.

Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale says that the Liberal Party is hoping to increase its seat count in Saskatchewan from one to at least 'several' more in the 2019 election. The Hill Times file photograph by Andrew Meade
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SASKATOON‚ÄĒThe federal Liberals have been winning only one seat in Saskatchewan in every federal election since 2004, but now are bullish about their prospects of winning ‚Äúseveral‚ÄĚ in 2019. In an interview with The Hill Times¬†at the Liberal caucus retreat in Saskatoon, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale (Regina-Wascana, Sask.) said that his party has a shot at winning ‚Äúseveral‚ÄĚ seats in Regina and the Saskatoon area. He declined to name specific ridings for ‚Äúorganizational difficulties,‚ÄĚ but mentioned the

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