Report from the Legislature – September 18, 2013

It will soon be smooth sailing on Highway 22 between Southey and Earl Grey.  Our government recently announced that a 15 kilometre stretch will be getting a complete rebuild that will be wider, safer and better able to handle wet weather conditions.  After spending nearly $3 million to maintain this highway, it was decided that […]

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Regina Wascana Plains September 13th Newsletter

Highest Economic Growth in Canada One important issue that we heard during our summer consultations was the need to maintain the economic strength and growth of our province.  Through this we can continue to invest in the services that you need and deserve. I will continue door knocking in various parts of the constituency in […]

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Report from the Legislature – September 4, 2013

As summer winds down and students head back to school, many of us return to our routines with fond memories of time spent with friends and families at Saskatchewan Provincial Parks.  With more than 3.5 million visits last year, our government recognizes that these parks are among our most popular attractions and we’re making capital […]

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Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal

Saskatchewan residents are known for their friendly, welcoming nature and strong history of volunteering. The personal commitment made by volunteers across this province is significant; Saskatchewan residents are generous – we lead the nation in volunteer activity with the highest rate of individual voluntarism in Canada! Whether it is by giving their time, their enthusiasm, […]

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Report from the Legislature – August 21, 2013

As summer comes to a close, our caucus is preparing for the upcoming legislative session.  Throughout the summer, Saskatchewan Party MLAs have been consulting with constituents to find out what your priorities are.  We heard that overall you are happy with the direction the province is taking, but there is still more work to do […]

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Report from the Legislature – July 10, 2013

Saskatchewan remains the place people are choosing to build their future.  Recent population numbers show that the first four months of 2013 saw 4,000 more people call our province home.  This brings the population to an all-time high of 1,093,880.   This is a great start toward reaching our Growth Plan goal of 1.2 million by […]

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Regina Wascana Plains June 2013 Newsletter

Summer is Finally Here As the summer holidays approach, we look forward to enjoying the beauty that Saskatchewan provides. What really makes Saskatchewan great? Our abundance of natural resources is indeed fortuitous and pivotal to our growth and prosperity. The growth of Saskatchewan is unprecedented which in turn helps fund infrastructure and health care. Growth […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 26, 2013

As spring turns to summer across Saskatchewan, the most important work an MLA does gets underway. When the spring session of the Legislature came to an end, Premier Brad Wall gave us some summer homework with simple instructions – go home and listen.   Now into their sixth straight year, these consultations are invaluable.   Last year, […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 12, 2013

Saskatchewan’s economy continues to grow and provide employment for more people than ever before.  May 2013 was a record month for employment rates in Saskatchewan.  More than 560,900 people were working in the province; full-time employment increased by 15,800 on a year-over-year basis. Regina’s employment was up by 8,100; Saskatoon employment was up by 12,000; […]

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Report from the Legislature – June 5, 2013

Our government’s commitment to improving the quality of life is about more than lower taxes, improving highways and reducing surgical waiting lists (more on that later in this report).   While those are important, issues such as ensuring the safety of your children outside the home are equally so.  To that end, province-wide anti-bullying consultations, led […]

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