The Sask. Party’s plans to sell-off affordable housing units for seniors in rural Saskatchewan is the latest in their desperate search for short-term cash grabs.
The Sask. Party and the foreign conglomerate they hired to build the Regina bypass can boast all they want but, when the rubber hits the road, it's Saskatchewan farmers who know what they need and, along with truck drivers, they're speaking out and saying that the bypass roundabout is too small and too hard to navigate.
Tomorrow, Saskatchewan families, producers, and small business owners will be hit by the latest of the Sask. Party’s unfair tax hikes – a new tax on insurance. Meanwhile, the Sask. Party’s corporate, wealthy, and well-connected friends will continue to reap the benefits of their $100 million tax giveaway.
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.