Despite the Sask. Party’s target date to reach 50 per cent renewable energy fast approaching, they have still not provided any details about how they plan to get there, beyond their spin about the problem-plagued and costly Carbon Capture and Storage project at Boundary Dam 3.
The NDP is calling on the Sask. Party to back up their words with action and properly fund school boards so they can provide the level of education that Saskatchewan students need and deserve.Read more
Statement by the Leader of the Official Opposition Nicole Sarauer and the Saskatchewan NDP on Canada Day
“Happy 150th Birthday, Canada!
“On behalf of Saskatchewan’s New Democrats and the Official Opposition, it is my pleasure to join you in celebrating this important milestone in our country’s history.Read more
Today, Leader of the Official Opposition Nicole Sarauer announced adjustments to the NDP caucus’ critic portfolios. Sarauer noted that very few changes were being made to the team that has spent the last year energized, determined, and focused on fighting for Saskatchewan people and against the Sask. Party’s mismanagement, scandal, and waste.
“This is a highly motivated team that punches well above its weight and our work on behalf of Saskatchewan people doesn’t change just because of some changes in our caucus,” Sarauer said.Read more
For many Saskatchewan families, the Canada Day long weekend is the official launch of summer with BBQs, trips to the beach and campgrounds, and summer fun. However, this year, the Sask. Party’s billion-dollar tax hike and fee increases will mean that those good times and memories will cost Saskatchewan families even more. Meanwhile, large corporations and the wealthy and well-connected will be celebrating their new tax breaks.
“The Sask. Party are forcing families to shell out more in taxes and fees,” said NDP Leader Nicole Sarauer. “The Sask. Party has raised the cost on everything from camping and fishing to a case of beer.”Read more
Despite the Sask. Party’s repeated promises to be open and transparent, and almost a full year since the Auditor released her report on the Sask. Party’s GTH scandal, they are still refusing to answer simple questions or even follow through on promises to come clean.
“The Sask. Party loves to talk about being open and transparent, but to this day, we haven’t seen them back that up with any action,” said GTH Critic Cathy Sproule. “Time and time again, they have promised to open the books, and to meet with us to answer questions but, time and time again, they refuse to actually do anything. It’s long past time for them to stop hiding, and actually provide some clear and straight answers about sketchy land deals and what they’re hiding on their private email server housed at their party office.”Read more