It's the end of an era Thursday in Saskatchewan Politics.
After almost 20 years as an MLA, Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall will mark his last day in the legislature Thursday.
Wall became Leader of the Opposition when he took over as Sask.
There will be several tributes to Wall during question period at the legislature this morning.
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Wall ranked high in opinion polls for the most popular premier during the majority of his time in office.
He was acclaimed leader of the Saskatchewan Party following the party's defeat in the 2003 provincial election.
In 2007, Wall led the Saskatchewan Party to victory in the provincial election.
Wall announced in August that he was retiring from politics after almost 14 years as the leader of the Saskatchewan Party. Party elects its new leader on January 27.
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