Report from the Legislature – January 31, 2019

Saskatchewan is a national leader in manufacturing sales and wholesale trade growth. This is an encouraging sign of our economic resilience. Coupled with strong job numbers, we can be optimistic that our economy will continue to grow and create opportunity for Saskatchewan people. Agriculture is a key driver of our economy and plays an essential […]

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Report from the Legislature – January 17, 2019

Saskatchewan is off to a strong start in 2019. Despite challenging world resource prices and national headwinds, Saskatchewan pulled through and created nearly 11,000 new jobs this past year. Our province has seen strong job gains for the fifth month in a row, and it’s particularly encouraging to see significant growth in full-time employment. Mosaic […]

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Report from the Legislature – January 03, 2019

A new year is a time for optimism and renewal – and here in Saskatchewan we see encouraging signs that our best days are still to come. Despite the challenges facing our energy sector, people continue to see Saskatchewan as a great place to live, work and invest. In addition to the 16,000 new jobs […]

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Report from the Legislature – December 06, 2018

I want to thank the thousands of SaskPower, SaskEnergy, SaskTel, emergency service workers, and many working across government Ministries for their tremendous response and their work through a major power outage affecting nearly one-third of SaskPower customers. Together their actions showcased the very best of Saskatchewan and that effort deserves recognition. Your Saskatchewan Party government […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 29, 2018

Two years ago, our government prepared a 3-year plan to balance the budget while keeping our investment climate competitive and ensuring long-term economic strength. While we still face challenges, our province is well-positioned to weather them and emerge even stronger. The mid-year budget update shows that Saskatchewan’s plan to get back to a balanced budget […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 22, 2018

Pipelines are the safest, most efficient, and most sustainable way to get our oil to world markets. The problem for Saskatchewan and for all of Canada right now is that pipelines are being blocked, not built. The federal government has killed two projects, stalled a third, and we can’t get our oil to tidewater as […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 15, 2018

Your Saskatchewan Party government maintains its focus on growth and opportunity because a strong economy is essential to strengthen communities and make life better not just for ourselves, but for our friends, neighbours, and future generations. Saskatchewan had the worst economic growth and job creation record under the NDP. Schools and hospitals closed, highways crumbled, […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 08, 2018

Saskatchewan is experiencing strong job growth in spite of trade and transportation challenges, world resource prices, and the threat of a federally-imposed carbon tax. Statistics Canada figures show 2,500 new jobs last month, nearly 10,000 new jobs since last year, and the best job growth our province has seen in the past four years. Your […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 01, 2018

Members of the Legislative Assembly just wrapped up debate on the 2018 Speech from the Throne. The Speech outlines our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan, and highlights our plan to balance the budget, grow the economy and invest in infrastructure, programs and services for the people of our province. In the spirit of […]

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Report from the Legislature – October 25, 2018

The new session of the legislature opened this week with a Throne Speech focused on our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan people. This includes our plans to implement our Prairie Resilience Climate Change strategy, improve cellular coverage in rural communities, and deliver a balanced budget for 2019-20. While our economy and the province’s […]

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