After being rocked by several corruption scandals the government still hasn't learned its lesson, says the Saskatchewan Party.
"Today I'm bringing forward the case of a man who left the employ of the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority in January of 2004, and still had signing authority for an SLGA bank account in March of 2005," Morgan said.
"That's 14 months when taxpayers' dollars were left at risk."
Fortunately the individual was honest, and didn't grab the cash. Instead, he did the right thing and apparently blew the whistle.