Report from the Legislature – March 15, 2018

Spring is a time of renewal and new beginnings, and this Spring Sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature is no exception.  A new Premier, a new Leader of the Official Opposition, and three new Saskatchewan Party MLAs were recently welcomed to the Assembly in their new roles.  Members of the Assembly have also elected a new […]

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Report from the Legislature – March 01, 2018

This week our government moved to reinstate the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) exemption for agriculture, life and health insurance premiums. We made the commitment after listening to Saskatchewan people.  And we will keep it while maintaining our 3-year plan to balance the budget. The change, retroactive to August 1, 2017, includes crop, livestock and hail […]

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Report from the Legislature – February 15, 2018

Your Saskatchewan Party MLAs have a vision for a growing province where our children and their children can build a life.  We are committed to ensuring this vision is realized and are closer than ever to achieving it thanks to an unprecedented decade of prosperity and achievement. We have heard from parents and educators that […]

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Report from the Legislature- February 01, 2018

Saskatchewan’s new Premier, Scott Moe, recently chaired his first Caucus meeting at the legislative building.  Under his leadership, our entire team is united, strong, and ready to get work, stand with Saskatchewan, and secure a second decade of growth. Over the last 10 years, Saskatchewan welcomed over 160,000 new people.  This era of hope, optimism […]

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Report from the Legislature – January 04, 2018

The start of a new year is a time of optimism and renewal – and here in Saskatchewan we see encouraging signs that our best days are still to come. Saskatchewan’s population for example has now grown to more than 1,168,000. According to the latest Statistics Canada figures, Saskatchewan grew by 4,132 people in the […]

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Report from the Legislature – December 21, 2017

On his last day in the Legislative Assembly, Premier Brad Wall reflected on service to the province and its people by asking the question: “did you leave things better than you found them?” While there will always be more work to do, I believe that if you can answer that question with a “yes”, then […]

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Report from the Legislature – December 14, 2017

Saskatchewan economic growth is projected to lead Canada in both 2018 and 2019 at a rate of 2.7%.  Policy matters and so too does the vision, determination and hard work of the entrepreneurs and workers who have built and maintained our province’s resilient and diversified economy. Saskatchewan has now enjoyed a decade of growth and […]

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Report from the Legislature – December 07, 2017

Our government recently released a climate strategy that reduces emissions in key sectors, introduces flexible options for emitters, and protects our province from a changing climate. Prairie Resilience: A Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy, accomplishes this without a carbon tax. Our climate change strategy is about protecting our people and communities as much as it is […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 30, 2017

  Saskatchewan’s mid-year financial update shows our plan to balance the budget in 3 years is on track.  Efforts to control spending have expenses down $9 million with the budget contingency covering public sector wage compensation savings that will not be realized in 2017-18. We will not follow the lead of other governments that are […]

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Report from the Legislature – November 23, 2017

Saskatchewan is moving to a single provincial health authority to better integrate and coordinate health care services for Saskatchewan people, wherever they live. There will be no changes to health care programs, services, facilities or phone numbers and residents and patients should continue to access care in the same way they always have. The focus […]

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