Here’s a great podcast by Paul Martin about changes in attitude in Saskatchewan. He talks about how AECL considered building nuclear power in Saskatchewan, and how our opinion of ourselves hit a low point. He goes on to explain how that has since change.

“Once we have shed the mantle that government is the answer to all our problems, and the private sector stepped up and realized, ‘No, I make stuff happen,’ the economy has grown dramatically,” Martin said. You want to hear the rest.

This podcast was originally posted Aug. 4.

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Saskatchewan Matters Podcast: Paul Martin on Saskatchewan’s powerful pink potash

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