Sask. Party ignores reality as thousands of full-time jobs are lost

Significant losses in key industries such as construction, agriculture, real estate, and the resource sector lead the way as Saskatchewan people were forced to deal with the reality of 12,400 fewer full-time jobs this year than last. According the Statistics Canada’s Labour force survey, release this morning, 2,600 of those jobs were cut in just last month.

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Campers being forced to pay due to Sask. Party mismanagement

After putting the hatchet to a number of jobs in Saskatchewan’s provincial parks, the Sask. Party is now forcing campers to pay for its mismanagement, scandal and waste by raising camping fees. 

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Sask. Party plows ahead with more health care cuts

Today, with the release of their rushed health care report, the Sask. Party announced the next phase of their cuts. Communities across Saskatchewan have already been forced to struggle without adequate health care services and at least 90 front front-line care positions have already been cut from Regina and Saskatoon. Today’s announcement to scrap the 12 existing health regions down to one, will do nothing to undo the damage already caused by the Sask. Party’s mismanagement, scandal, and waste.

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Statement by Trent Wotherspoon in response to more Sask. Party cuts

In response to comments by Premier Brad Wall that the Sask. Party would be making even deeper cuts to Saskatchewan workers and services, Official Opposition Leader Trent Wotherspoon made the following statement: 

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