Stadium Referendum: Just Say Novak

From a press release we got today from Regina’s most entertaining mayoral candidate:

Regina – In what has become one of the most heated issues in Regina’s history, the Regina Revitalization Initiative, one Regina Mayoral Candidate isn’t afraid to lay his cards on the table. Chad Novak announced today that he no longer feels a referendum is necessary, saying that a renovation to Mosaic Stadium is now his preferred choice if he is elected Mayor on October 24.

More here. And now here’s a picture of Chad Novak at a Sept. 17 Occupy Wall Street anniversary event standing next to Ward 9 council candidate Dawn Thomas, who he’d been collecting referendum signatures for:

Chad Novak’s delightful malarkey has made this election a lot of fun. I salute him.

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth was carried to Regina in a swarm of bees. He's been with Prairie Dog since May 1999 and will die at his keyboard before admitting his career a terrible, terrible mistake.

7 thoughts on “Stadium Referendum: Just Say Novak”

  1. Holy unionized only can repair water leaks & snow removal! Fuk out-sourcing, contacters,( some of them might work on a sunday or holiday monday , or late nights,at a capped salary ),.. but ok for the Mgmt of Regina to hire out of provnce consultants,.. on everything ?? 12thave wasn’t broke, a top notch job of fixin it.

    FIRE all of them + renew the whole school board
    on the 24th.,

  2. This is the American Idol election: Half the candidates think they can just show up and sing and they might win.

  3. Only in Regina are the media so inept that the main spokesperson for “Unoccupy Regina” can be presented as an Occupy spokesperson when he shows up and pretends to be. Not you guys, but I saw other media on this event, and you didn’t bother to reference his anti-occupy work either in this story.

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