Saskatchewan NDP Caucus

Nippi-Albright: Focus needs to be on building community solutions, need to tackle the root causes

Stats Canada data shows that Saskatchewan’s Indigenous incarceration rates double the national average

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Critic for First Nations and Métis Relations Betty Nippi-Albright and Opposition Justice and Corrections Critic Nicole Sarauer were joined by Indigenous Women Leaders from across Saskatchewan, as well as the Elizabeth Fry Society, to jointly call on the government to take immediate action to address the overrepresentation of Indigenous women in provincial correctional centres.

402 Saskatchewan people died while waitlisted for surgery in 2022-23

Moe gov’t presided over the second highest death rate in Canada for residents on surgery waiting list

SASKATOON - Today, Official Opposition Health Critic Vicki Mowat and Rural and Remote Health Critic Matt Love responded to a new study conducted by independent research institute The institute found that, of the provinces reporting, Saskatchewan had the second most people per capita population who died while waiting for a surgery. 

Inspector sends “shot across the bow” of Moe gov’t after Regina hospitals violate fire code

Leaked email chain reveals frontline health workers, SHA officials “frustrated” with lack of change

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Health Critic Vicki Mowat released a memo from the Regina Fire Inspector. The memo was a “shot across the bow” of Moe’s Health Ministry, warning the Sask. Party government that persistent hallway healthcare in both Regina hospitals is resulting in “serious fire code violations”.

POLLARA: Majority of Sask. Residents Think Moe’s Marshals Service a Waste of Money

Sarauer calls for gov’t to invest Marshal money in frontline policing, fighting drug abuse

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Justice Critic Nicole Sarauer responded to a new survey conducted by independent research firm Pollara. The survey found that the vast majority of Saskatchewan residents believe that the money Premier Moe is pouring into the Marshals Service would be better spent elsewhere.