Since we talked a bit about Trent Wotherspoon's campaign stop in Prince Albert, we should take a moment to talk about what the other campaigns are up to.
Cam Broten scored an endorsement from former NDP MLA Len Taylor, and spent sometime in and around The Battlefords.
Ryan Meili's campaign put their idea of campaign involvement to the street, literally, as part of Parking Day event in Saskatoon. The campaign collected numerous "ballots" from citizens who marked down issues and policy ideas; the event is still going, as far as I know, and the number of ballots already collected is only guaranteed to grow.
Erin Weir's campaign meanwhile is touting Erin's involvement at the 2012 Banff Forum; where he'll have the chance to rub shoulders with (and perhaps challenge) Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and other provincial Finance Ministers; as well as Bank of Canada Governor Mark Carney.
The Weir Campaign is also gearing up for a digital town hall on October 1st and are looking for questions to be submitted through their campaign website and Facebook page.
That about wraps up the most recent campaign developments; our next post will be an op-ed piece, so look forward to that.