Report from the Legislature – September 20, 2018

Over the past decade, Saskatchewan has had the second highest job creation rate in all of Canada, nearly double the national rate of job growth. Saskatchewan continues to grow with an increase of 2,800 full-time jobs since August 2017. We are thankful to our job creators for stepping up and continuing to create opportunities, however, […]

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Report from the Legislature – September 6, 2018

  Three months into the fiscal year and Saskatchewan’s economy is showing signs of strengthening and our budget deficit smaller than first projected. The first quarter update for this year’s provincial budget shows that Saskatchewan is on track for a balanced budget by 2019-20. There is still work to do and we will continue with […]

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Report from the Legislature – August 23, 2018

Summer is always a great time to get back to our communities, reach out to constituents and gather feedback on how we can work together to build a better province. Whether it is fighting the carbon tax or fixing Canada’s flawed equalization program, your Saskatchewan Party government will always stand with the people of this […]

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Report from the Legislature – August 8, 2018

After two years of telling us that a carbon tax would not affect Canada’s competitiveness and hurt our economy, the federal government has finally admitted that it will. The Trudeau government recently announced that they will now reduce the amount of tax companies are required to pay on their greenhouse gas emissions. This new, watered-down […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 26, 2018

One of the reasons we pursue economic growth is so we can help support families and those most vulnerable in our communities. One of the ways our government is working to do this is through individualized funding for children under the age of six with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). The Autism Individualized Funding program is […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 12, 2018

At a time when the NDP wants us to wave the white flag and allow Justin Trudeau to force a carbon tax on the people of our province, new analysis confirms why our government has never supported the tax and is challenging it in court. The University of Regina’s Institute for Energy, Environment and Sustainable […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 28, 2018

Each year at this time we come together to celebrate our country, its identity, our shared values, and our collective good fortune to live here. Canada is a country that works, but like all countries, Canada is imperfect and one of its enduring imperfections is the federal equalization program. The objective to ensure all Canadians […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 14, 2018

Saskatchewan’s population has reached another all-time high, topping 1.17 million for the first time. Once known as a great place to be from, Saskatchewan is the place to be. According to Statistics Canada data, Saskatchewan grew by 1,488 people in the first quarter of 2018 – an increase of 11,691 people in the past year, […]

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Report from the Legislature – May 31, 2018

The spring sitting of the legislature focused on the priorities of Saskatchewan people as we face important issues. The fight against the federal carbon tax continues with the Government of Saskatchewan launching a constitutional reference case in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal challenging the Government of Canada’s ability to impose a carbon tax on the […]

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Report from the Legislature – May 24, 2018

Premier Scott Moe advocated for Saskatchewan’s interests at the Western Premiers Conference in Yellowknife, including on the issue of pipelines, to ensure we can get our resources to world markets. Saskatchewan is a landlocked province looking for continued access to Canada’s coastline and we will fight for our constitutional right to get our products to […]

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