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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Report from the Legislature – October 18, 2018

The private sector in Saskatchewan is creating even more new and diverse job opportunities, according to the latest labour force figures from Stats Canada. Employment increased by 3,300 jobs from a year ago, largely driven by private sector growth. Our government has been working to steadily increase jobs, strengthen the labour force, and attract more […]

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Report from the Legislature – October 4, 2018

Saskatchewan’s motto: Multis e gentibus vires: from many peoples, strength is as true today as it has been at any time in our province’s history. Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow, reaching 1,162,062 people as of July 1, 2018, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. This is an increase of 3,226 people in the […]

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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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