Yesterday, the Sask. Party tabled its private CT scan bill – something they campaigned on. What they didn’t campaign on was giving themselves the power to make Saskatchewan people pay out-of-pocket for other private medical imaging procedures without any public debate or consultation.
More cuts and clawbacks in store for other Saskatchewan urban parks
Due to a lack of funding in the provincial budget, the Meewasin Valley Authority announced today that its Interpretive Centre will shut down on July 1 and with it three full time jobs will be lost as well as public programs.
When it comes to knowing simple facts in the Social Services file, such as how many children are in care or how many are living in hotel rooms, the Minister has shown a severe lack of knowledge.
Families in need of neonatal care are feeling the impact of Sask. Party underfunding of healthcare. Saskatchewan families can’t get the help they need here, so they are being flown out-of-province for treatment.
Budget reveals more cuts, more fees and no plan to protect and create jobs
As the government presented their budget, Saskatchewan families and seniors were left wondering why, instead of coming clean before the election, the Sask. Party chose to hide their plans to cut the programs and services people depend on.
In the wake of the Sask. Party’s smart meter and carbon capture debacles, SaskPower announced today that they will need two more rounds of rate increases within the next twelve months.
“Time after time this government shrugged off concerns around how their failed projects would hurt Saskatchewan families, but plowed ahead with them anyway,” said NDP Crown Investments Corporation critic Carla Beck. “But here we are again being told that our SaskPower bills will go up this summer and then again, right after Christmas.”