Wall boasts of work in Prince Albert as his party targets long-held NDP seat

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PRINCE ALBERT, Sask. - Premier Brad Wall is boasting about revenue sharing and a pulp mill reopening as his Saskatchewan Party targets an NDP stronghold in Prince Albert.

Wall says the forestry industry was struggling when the party took power in 2007, but he says there's been a revitalization in the area.

The premier says much of the progress has been because of Sask. Party member Darryl Hickie's voice in cabinet and caucus.

Hickie won in Prince Albert Carlton by 61 votes in the last election.

New Democrat Darcy Furber won the second seat in the city, Prince Albert Northcote, but the Sask. Party is hoping for a change when voters head to the polls Monday.

Wall is spending the last few days of the campaign visiting constituencies where the races could be close.

Organizations: Prince Albert, NDP

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