The Saskatchewan Party is celebrating its birthday this weekend — turning a quarter of a century old.
The celebration in Davidson, Sask. had featured appearances by former prime minister Stephen Harper, party founder Ken Krwaetz and current premier Scott Moe.
“Summers in Saskatchewan are a time for family to come together and this is our family, our Saskatchewan Party’s family moment to celebrate,” Moe said.
More than 700 people were in attendance according to a news release from the party.
Harper gave his honest opinion towards the province based on a visit when he was a kid in the 70’s. “This was the most socialistic, sleepiest province in the country,” he said.