‘Day that I live with’: Sask. Premier Moe addresses fatal 1997 collision

'Day that I live with': Sask. Premier Moe addresses fatal 1997 collision 1


Scott Moe responds to a social media post from a man whose mother was killed in a deadly 1997 crash involving the Sask. premier.

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14 Comments on "‘Day that I live with’: Sask. Premier Moe addresses fatal 1997 collision"

  1. bert e J xMeag | October 6, 2020 at 4:55 PM | Reply

    01:25 Fantastic 💋💞 💝💖❤️

  2. Rocky johnson | October 6, 2020 at 5:41 PM | Reply

    It wasn’t an accident if it wasn’t a vehicle malfunction. It means you where on your phone or something was taking your eyes off of it! So in reality it wasn’t an accident!

    • A phone in 1997 laff

    • Rocky, it must be wonderful to be perfect and great to be immune from human error. Your comment is ignorant and self serving.

    • George Friesen | October 6, 2020 at 8:48 PM | Reply

      Rocky johnson I’m sure with a name like yours, you must have had an accident on your tricycle somewhere that was a not tricycle malfunction and or you where on your toy phone, right little buddy?????

    • Welcome to the world of keyboard warriors that are absolutely perfect, and demand complete and total perfection from everyone. Actually…from everyone they disagree with politically.

      This comment is exactly the problem with our society right now.

    • Dwight St John | October 6, 2020 at 10:51 PM | Reply

      @john smith I had a Tran 410 cell phone in 1990. Four full watts, battery made in Germany. Where ya bin???

  3. keep going 💪

  4. Jesiel Penate | October 6, 2020 at 8:15 PM | Reply

    Brad Wall and Scott Moe are still the best Premiers that Canada ever produced. Honestly, I wished they ran federally. I wish Scott Moe the best and condolence to the family.

  5. Dwight St John | October 6, 2020 at 10:52 PM | Reply

    audio is really, really low. thumbs down. posters ; do you ever VIEW your own post???? sheesh.

  6. Scott Moe the only Premier in Canada that was charged and convicted of drunk driving causing death 🤦

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