Serious questions remain about GTH scandal

With the Premier ducking questions, will the Minister responsible provide any answers?

Following the Provincial Auditor’s report on the Global Transportation Hub scandal, the Premier and his Sask. Party government have failed to answer a number of important questions.

With Minister Bill Boyd making a rare appearance and being made available to media today, the Official Opposition Saskatchewan New Democrats are calling on him to finally come clean about this growing scandal.

“This GTH scandal is troubling on a number of fronts. We know that it wasted millions of taxpayers’ dollars, and the government won’t say why,” said Official Opposition Leader Trent Wotherspoon. “A number of questions have been ducked by the Premier and the Minister – the people of Saskatchewan deserve answers and full accountability.”

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Fifth straight month of Saskatchewan job losses

Saskatchewan’s employment numbers continued to decline last month, with numbers dropping year-over-year for the fifth straight month.

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Auditor’s report on GTH scandal reveals hidden Sask. Party waste and mismanagement of millions of taxpayers’ dollars

The Provincial Auditor released its report on their special investigation into the Global Transportation Hub land scandal Thursday. The report highlights a number of serious concerns including gross mismanagement surrounding the land purchase and leaves a number of concerning questions still to be answered. 

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NDP stood strong against Sask. Party session of cuts and clawbacks

The Spring Session has come to an end, with the NDP effectively shining light on a damaging decisions in the Sask. Party’s deficit budget, full of cuts and claw backs that are having a hurting Saskatchewan people and the programs and services we all rely on. 

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NDP table bill to include PTSD in the Worker’s Compensation Act

Thursday, NDP Health Critic Danielle Chartier tabled legislation to make the Workers' Compensation Act more inclusive and to ensure that all Saskatchewan workers affected with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) receive the supports they need.  

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