Brad Wall Took Money From Who?

Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party has accepted thousands of dollars in donations from crown corporations, cities, universities and registered charities.

Since 2006 Brad Wall's Saskatchewan Party has taken donations from:

  • Registered charities
  • Cities, towns and other municipalities
  • A crown corporation
  • Universities and other post-secondary institutions
  • School boards
  • A health region
  • And a variety of other organizations who probably shouldn't be donating to political parties 

This isn't the first time this has happened in western Canada. In the late stages of the Progressive Conservative regime in Alberta the same stories broke. Taxpayer dollars were being cycled from publicly funded organizations back to the ruling political party. While a lot of those donations were illegal and eventually paid back it’s not clear if that’s the case in Saskatchewan. We would recommend Saskatchewan’s auditor have a look into it.

It should also be pointed out that the Saskatchewan Party has also accepted over $3 million in corporate donations from out of province sources and Saskatchewan has the worst campaign finance laws in Canada

Here is the short list of questionable donations. You can find the entire list here

Registered Charities

Ducks Unlimited $364.40 2008
Ducks Unlimited $347.90 2009
Ducks Unlimited $314.50 2007
Ducks Unlimited $310.00 2010
Ducks Unlimited $300.00 2011
Regina Public Library $1,240.00 2010
Regina Public Library $1,043.70 2009
Regina Public Library $1,020.00 2012
Sask Abilities Council $360.00 2010
Sask Abilities Council $335.20 2008
Sask Wildlife Federation $765.00 2012
Sask Wildlife Federation $310.00 2010
Sask Wildlife Federation $300.00 2011
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $695.76 2015
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $732.66 2009
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $462.45 2014
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $355.00 2012
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $350.50 2010
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $320.00 2011
Saskatoon Community Youth Arts Program  $305.00 2013
Ronald McDonald House Charities - SK $517.78 2015
The Children's Wish Foundation of Canada $538.19 2015

Crown corporations

SaskFilm $1,100.75 2007

Cities, towns and other municipalities

City of Estevan $470.64 2009
City of Lloydminster $1,280.00 2010
City of Meadow Lake $564.00 2011
City of North Battleford $640.00 2010
City of North Battleford $352.50 2011
City of Prince Albert $480.15 2015
City of Regina $1,913.45 2009
City of Regina $1,200.00 2011
City of Regina $1,020.00 2012
City of Regina $947.50 2010
City of Regina $728.80 2008
City of Regina $629.00 2007
City of Regina $414.00 2013
City of Regina $325.08 2006
City of Regina $321.14 2015
City of Swift Current $852.00 2010
RM of Big River No.555 $312.00 2011
RM of Birch Hills #460 $643.40 2014
RM of Birch Hills #460 $640.20 2015
RM of Estevan $516.72 2015
RM of Shellbrook $312.00 2011
RM of Shellbrook $430.00 2013
RM of Shellbrook $378.00 2010
RM of Shellbrook $294.00 2012
RM of Sherwood $1,540.00 2013
RM of Sherwood $820.40 2014
RM of Sherwood $333.00 2012
Town of Battleford $543.28 2009
Town of Big River $312.00 2011
Town of Birch Hills $860.00 2013
Town of Birch Hills $756.00 2010
Town of Birch Hills $643.40 2014
Town of Birch Hills $640.20 2015
Town of Birch Hills $588.00 2012
Town of Shell brook $594.00 2011
Town of Tisdale $325.00 2010

Universities and other post-secondary institutions

Briercrest College $620.00 2011
Briercrest College $310.00 2010
Sask Indian Institute of Technologies $1,082.89 2008
Sask Indian Institute of Technologies $1,652.16 2009
Sask Indian Institute of Technologies  $1,760.00 2011
Sask Indian Institute of Technologies  $394.94 2009
Sask Indian Institute of Technologies  $1,840.00 2010
Sask Indian Institute of Technologies  $1,300.00 2012
SIAST $1,502.40 2009
SIAST $1,236.00 2011
SIAST $1,169.90 2008
SIAST $854.50 2010
SIAST $471.41 2007
SIAST Palliser Campus $430.00 2011
SIAST Wascana Campus $347.90 2009
St. Peter's College $1,705.50 2010
St. Thomas More College $1,755.88 2009
St. Thomas More College $1,340.80 2008
St. Thomas More College $750.73 2007
University of Regina $1,457.60 2008
University of Regina $1,391.60 2009
University of Regina $1,300.32 2006
University of Regina $1,258.00 2007
University of Regina $1,240.00 2010
University of Regina $1,200.00 2011
University of Regina Career Centre $310.00 2010
University of Saskatchewan $1,643.60 2008
University of Saskatchewan $1,260.24 2006
University of Saskatchewan $1,255.28 2007

Other 

Community Futures Partners of Saskatchewan  $1,255.28 2007
Community Futures Partners of Saskatchewan  $624.00 2011
Community Futures Partners of Saskatchewan  $360.00 2010
Conservative Party Of Canada $564.00 2011
Credit Union Central* $1,200.00 2011
Credit Union Central* $467.96 2008
Hill & Knowlton Strategies $7,508.00 2015
Hill & Knowlton Strategies $5,036.16 2014
Hill & Knowlton Strategies $2,982.65 2012
Hill & Knowlton Strategies $1,868.50 2013
Regina Qu'Appelle Health Region $325.08 2006
Regina Regional Economic Development Authority  $650.16 2006
Regina Regional Economic Development Authority  $314.50 2007
Regina Regional Opportunities Commission $310.00 2010
Servus Credit Union* $320.00 2010
Tourism, Trade & Commerce $470.64 2009
Wild Rose Alliance Party $960.00 2010
Palliser Conservative Assoc. $347.90 2009
Tourism Saskatchewan $1,457.60 2008
Tourism Saskatchewan $723.50 2009
Tourism Saskatchewan $490.00 2010
Tourism Saskatchewan $325.08 2006
Tourism Saskatchewan $314.50 2007

* Credit Union Central and Servus Credit Union are both based in Alberta and have no business in Saskatchewan.