Hind­ley ac­claimed as Sask. Party can­di­date for Swift Cur­rent

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Everett Hind­ley was ac­claimed by lo­cal Saskatchew­an Party mem­bers as the Saskatchew­an Party’s can­di­date for the 2020 elec­tion Jan. 8. Hind­ley is the cur­rent MLA for Swift Cur­rent, after win­ning the 2018 by-elec­tion to re­place Brad Wall.

“It’s an hon­our to once again have the sup­port of Swift Cur­rent’s Saskatchew­an Party mem­bers,” said Hind­ley. “I’m look­ing for­ward to the Oc­to­ber 2020 elec­tion.”

Hind­ley pointed to the in­vest­ments the Saskatchew­an Party has made in the Swift Cur­rent con­stituency as one of the rea­sons he de­cided to run again.

“In­vest­ments like a brand-new long-term care fa­cil­ity, im­proved high­ways, and more physi­cians and nurses for Swift Cur­rent means that the qual­ity of life for our res­i­dents keeps im­prov­ing,” said Hind­ley. “Un­der the NDP, Saskatchew­an strug­gled, and peo­ple left the prov­ince. To­day, Saskatchew­an keeps grow­ing and im­prov­ing each and every day.”

Hind­ley also said the Saskatchew­an Party is the only po­lit­i­cal party in the prov­ince that will stand up for the in­ter­ests of Saskatchew­an fam­i­lies, jobs, and busi­nesses.

“We are go­ing to keep fight­ing the fed­eral gov­ern­ment’s im­posed car­bon tax and ad­vo­cat­ing for greater oil pipe­line ca­pac­ity which are two of the most sig­nif­i­cant is­sues af­fect­ing the peo­ple of Swift Cur­rent,” said Hind­ley. “The same can­not be said for the NDP: they sup­port a car­bon tax, are against pipe­lines, and have no plan for Saskatchew­an’s econ­omy. The Saskatchew­an Party will keep rep­re­sent­ing and stand­ing up for the peo­ple of this great prov­ince.”

Hind­ley and his wife, Anita, live in Swift Cur­rent. They have two grown chil­dren and one grand­child.

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