NDP MLAs join Saskatchewan people fighting to stop Sask. Party cuts

Today, NDP Leader Trent Wotherspoon lead several members of the NDP Caucus out across Saskatchewan to meet with families, students, community leaders, and business owners to discuss the consequences of the Sask. Party’s broken promises, callous cuts, and billion-dollar tax hikes. 

“You can count on us to keep fighting in the legislature, but we also know how important it is for us to join Saskatchewan people across the province who are speaking out against and fighting to stop the Sask. Party’s cuts that are failing Saskatchewan families by making them pay more and get less,” said Wotherspoon. “All Saskatchewan people will be forced to pay for the Sask. Party’s billion-dollar tax hikes and, whether it’s small business leaders, our cities and towns, students, library users, or STC riders and supporters, we’re standing shoulder-to-shoulder with people across the province who are fighting to stop the Sask. Party’s mean-spirited cuts.” 

MLAs will be meeting in cities and towns across the province, including:

  • North Battleford
  • Yorkton
  • Melville
  • Saskatoon
  • Humboldt
  • Preeceville 

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