Quick Dick McDick picks up on a Pipeline Online column and story on SaskPower eventually shutting down coal power here but buying it from the US. YouTube/Quick Dick McDick

First Quick Dick McDick takes on finance minister and governor general travel, offering the use of Morty and some bologna sandwiches. Then he gets into the Trudeau government’s move on banning handguns.

At 7:20 Quick Dick picks up on a story and column run by Pipeline Online talking about how SaskPower will be building a powerline to North Dakota to backfill our power supply with coal-fired, carbon-tax-free power while we shut down our own coal-fired power plants.

He decides to beat his head against the wall while everybody figures out why we’re going broke as a country, as a result.

In sports, there’s a report of some broken ribs while playing ball.

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Here’s the story and column Quick Dick referred to:

Brian Zinchuk: SaskPower just signed a massive carbon leakage interchange agreement with the States, and Estevan will suffer the consequences

SaskPower signs 20 year agreement with the States to buy or sell up to 650 megawatts

And one more for good measure:

On a day when SaskPower signs 650 MW interconnect with US, Alberta’s wind failure shows necessity of such interconnects

If you didn’t catch his video on nitrogen fertilizer, here it is. It’s been viewed over a half-million times.

Quick Dick McDick: Justin Trudeau’s Canadian ban on fertilizer (a big deal for natural gas, BTW)