While Sexual assaults, at all levels of severity, are rising throughout the province, Saskatchewan remains the only province without a sexual assault strategy and the Sask. Party has left the Status of Women’s office without a director for months.
Even with the Assembly of First Nations meeting in Regina this week, the Sask. Party is stubbornly refusing to stop their cuts to education and make good on their promise to eliminate the education funding gap for on-reserve students.
The long-term cost of the Sask. Party’s plan to sell off our Crown Corporations is clear to everyone. But now, it is becoming obvious – especially at SaskPower - that the Sask. Party’s desperate and irresponsible focus on these sell-offs has some very serious costs as well.
The final results are in and the Sask. Party drove up the debt $2.3 billion dollars and, though they have been frantically searching for excuses, all they have to show for it is a growing record of mismanagement, scandal, and waste.
On top of highlighting the value of our Crowns and the importance of stopping the Sask. Party’s schemes to sell them off, today’s release of the Crown Investment Corporation’s annual report was a clear reminder of the consequences of the Sask. Party’s short-sighted decision to gut the Gradworks program that created opportunities for young people.
CIC report shows value of Saskatchewan’s Crowns while Sask. Party GTH scandal continues to grow
Today’s release of the Crown Investment Corporation (CIC) annual report once again highlighted the incredible value of Saskatchewan’s Crown Corporations. Unfortunately, instead of supporting that value, the Sask. Party is stubbornly pushing ahead with their Crown sell-off schemes while they continue to defend and deny their growing scandal at the GTH.