The Annual Report for SaskPower was released today and makes it clear that the Sask. Party’s mismanagement, scandal, and waste are hurting SaskPower and costing Saskatchewan people
Today the Sask. Party laid the blame for their lack of planning at the feet of the federal plan to cap pollution from coal-fired power plants starting in 2019.
Yesterday, Premier Wall took time at the Council of the Federation to rant about the perils of so-called “capital flight” in western Canada’s energy sector. While his apocolyptic tale may have been compelling, it’s just not what’s happening in real life.
The Saskatchewan Transportation Company’s Annual Report was released today and the Sask. Party staff and the Minister responsible were busy delivering spin and doublespeak in a desperate attempt to justify their decision to scrap the STC.
Today, in contrast to the openness and transparency that should come with the release of a Crown Corporation’s annual report, the Minister responsible for SaskTel refused to provide any details about discussions that he admits are ongoing with “several” communications companies for the sell-off of SaskTel.
In the month-and-a-half since the Sask. Party broke their promise and scrapped the STC, people across the province – including seniors - are finding themselves stranded without transportation and relying on hitchhiking as a last resort.