Report from the Legislature – June 13, 2019

Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories  recently sent a letter to the Prime Minister calling for two things: his government to accept the Senate’s amendments to Bill C-69; and not to pass Bill C-48. Bill C-69 “the no more pipelines bill” and Bill C-48 “the no more oil tankers bill” are […]

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Report from the Legislature – May 30, 2019

Saskatchewan’s economy is improving and our province continues to grow after three years of low natural resource prices and fiscal challenges. Despite the headwinds of a federal carbon tax and trade challenges, Saskatchewan has now seen nine consecutive months of strong job growth. Another sign of Saskatchewan’s resiliency and strength is our position as a […]

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Report from the Legislature – May 16, 2019

Saskatchewan’s economy is getting stronger. New employment numbers show that 14,200 new jobs were created in the province over the past year, and there were 18,000 more full-time jobs. This spring’s provincial budget is the right balance for our strengthening economy. It increases supports for Saskatchewan people while managing spending to maintain economic growth and provide […]

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Report from the Legislature – May 09, 2019

For myself and my colleagues, the Spring Sitting of the Legislature has been a busy season of representing our constituents and constituencies, proposing ideas, engaging in debate and passing legislation to improve the lives of Saskatchewan people. The Government of Saskatchewan is passing legislation that better balances the rights of rural land owners and members […]

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Report from the Legislature – May 02, 2019

The Spring Sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature continues with debate and legislation, as well as enhanced programs and services as part of a balanced budget. Your Saskatchewan Party government also continues to stand up for Saskatchewan. This week the Senate committee on Bill C-48, the federal government’s Oil Tanker Ban, came to Regina and heard […]

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Report from the Legislature – April 25, 2019

From fighting the federal carbon tax and fixing Canada’s flawed Equalization program to protecting jobs and ensuring programs and services are sustainable for years to come, your Saskatchewan Party government is standing up for Saskatchewan. This week we sent a letter to Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, reiterating our concerns regarding the escalating trade restrictions China […]

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Report from the Legislature – April 18, 2019

Saskatchewan is pleased to have another ally at the table fighting for pipelines and standing against the Trudeau carbon tax. Less than a year ago, our province was the only one in Canada standing up against the carbon tax. Today, with the election of a new government in Alberta, five provinces representing 60 per cent […]

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Report from the Legislature – April 11, 2019

Saskatchewan workers and businesses continue to drive job growth across the province. Nearly 10,000 new jobs in the past year means Saskatchewan people can look forward to more opportunities for their families and communities. In March – before the Trudeau carbon tax came into effect – Saskatchewan posted the second-lowest unemployment rate in the nation, […]

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Report from the Legislature – April 04, 2019

The federal carbon tax has now been forced on Saskatchewan, adding uncertainty for individuals, families, businesses and communities. From the gas station to the grocery store and all across the province, Saskatchewan people are now being forced to absorb higher costs on just about everything including our power and energy bills. The federal government is […]

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Report from the Legislature – March 28, 2019

Members of the Legislative Assembly have been debating the 2019-20 Provincial Budget – a responsible and sustainable plan to balance the budget this year, and in the years to come. The debate, however, brought forward some questionable remarks from the NDP’s newest MLA who defended the former government’s closure of 176 schools and 52 hospitals […]

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