The following is a list of some of the
petitions that have been presented in the Legislative Assembly by NDP
MLAs. Download and print the petition, collect signatures and send them to Rm. 265 at the Legislature, S4S 0B3.
Reconsideration of passing Bill 85, The Saskatchewan Employment Act
We, in the prayer that reads as follows, respectfully
request that the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan take the following
action: Cause the government of Saskatchewan to not pass Bill 85, the
Saskatchewan Employment Act in this current session before the end of May and
to place it on a much longer legislative track to ensure greater understanding
and support for the new labour law.
Protecting Late Night Retail Workers by Passing Jimmy's Law
We, in the prayer that reads as follows, respectfully request that the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan take the following action: Cause the government of Saskatchewan to immediately enact Bill 601, Jimmy’s Law, to ensure greater safety for retail workers who work late night hours.
Film Tax Credit Petition
We, in the prayer that reads as follows, respectfully request that the Government of Saskatchewan: Continue to provide a tax incentive for film, video and television employment to leverage investment, employment and growth in the province’s film, video and television sector.
Petition to reassess Saskatchewan Wildfire Management Policy
Wherefore your petitioners humbly pray that your Honourable Legislative Assembly may be pleased to cause the provincial government to recognize that the people of Saskatchewan deserve the very best in protection services as it relates to forest fire policy; And in so doing, cause the provincial government to immediately implement a full review of the Saskatchewan Wildfire Management Policy, as it has been years since this program was last assessed.
Petition for a Saskatchewan Seniors’ Bill of Rights
We, in the prayer that reads as follows, respectfully request that the Legislative Assembly
of Saskatchewan: Enact a Saskatchewan Seniors’ Bill of Rights, which would provide
Saskatchewan Seniors with social and economic security and protection from abuse,
neglect and exploitation.
For more petitions (including historical ones) check out our petition archive
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