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Front Doors and Saskatchewan Party

wall: Wall reminisced about giving up his private identity for a public one when he first ran for office in 1999, according to National Observer. He said he never lost a feeling of awe when he walked through the front doors of the legislature to represent his community. Wall is retiring next month after holding the Swift Current seat for the Saskatchewan Party for almost 20 years. I have been humbled and blessed with the honour of my working life, Wall told his colleagues and many guests sitting in the gallery. I'm so grateful to my colleagues and my family. I've gotten too much credit for the good things and not enough blame for the bad things. ( As reported in the news.