Another jobs report shows Saskatchewan losing the jobs people need, while the Sask. Party fails to do theirs
Yet another Statistics Canada report has highlighted the Sask. Party's failure to protect and create jobs in Saskatchewan.
Newfoundland and Labrador was the only other province that did not benefit from a Canada wide upswing in the number of people with jobs. In fact, the Payroll Employment Earnings and Hours report shows that there are currently fewer employees in Saskatchewan than any time in the last five years.Read more
Troubling trend of Sask. Party partisan appointments continues
The Sask. Party’s decision to appoint former Premier Grant Devine to the University of Saskatchewan’s Board of Governors is the latest in a series of crass partisan appointments made by the Sask. Party to their donors, supporters, and well-connected friends.Read more
While Sexual assaults, at all levels of severity, are rising throughout the province, Saskatchewan remains the only province without a sexual assault strategy and the Sask. Party has left the Status of Women’s office without a director for months.Read more
Even with the Assembly of First Nations meeting in Regina this week, the Sask. Party is stubbornly refusing to stop their cuts to education and make good on their promise to eliminate the education funding gap for on-reserve students.Read more
The long-term cost of the Sask. Party’s plan to sell off our Crown Corporations is clear to everyone. But now, it is becoming obvious – especially at SaskPower - that the Sask. Party’s desperate and irresponsible focus on these sell-offs has some very serious costs as well.Read more