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Letter: Hopeful for cooperation between province and feds

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How unexpected and positive it is to hear Premier Moe state what should be obvious: “We are all Canadians first,” writes Elaine Arnusch.

The federal and Saskatchewan governments have signalled a move to more cooperation on energy policy.
The federal and Saskatchewan governments have signalled a move to more cooperation on energy policy. Photo by Bryan Schlosser /Regina Leader-Post

Re: Ottawa, province pledge to work together on environment (Nov. 12)

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How refreshing to read the truly newsworthy headline of this surprising article! That the federal and provincial governments would work together on the crucial issue of the environment should be a given. However, our Sask. Party government has chosen constant confrontation lately rather than collaboration, so agreeing to work together is a welcome respite.

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How unexpected and positive it is to hear Premier Moe state what should be obvious: “We are all Canadians first.” I hope his statement indicates a recognition on his part that the majority of Saskatchewan residents agrees with his statement and expects his government to take seriously the obligation to work with the federal government on shared priorities rather than consistently seeking to exaggerate differences and manufacture grievances.

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Elaine Arnusch, Regina

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