Saskatchewan NDP Caucus

BECK: Scott Moe and Sask. Party spent the summer targeting teachers and vulnerable students rather than fixing problems in education

With Scott Moe in charge, parents are paying more and getting less.

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Education Critic Matt Love called out the Sask. Party government for again failing to address growing class sizes and complexity prior to students returning to class this Fall. 

Vacancy rates for Sask. Housing in Regina skyrocket as city deals with rising homelessness

Regina vacancy rates for social housing have increased 474%; 1084% for seniors housing in the last decade

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Opposition Housing Critic Meara Conway released newly obtained documents from the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation that show that vacancy rates for social housing have skyrocketed under the Sask. Party while municipalities across the province have been sounding the alarm about rising homelessness. 

Another leaked SHA memo shows major ICU closure despite lack of public notice

Communities and local healthcare workers now forced to create Facebook pages to inform residents of closures

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Rural and Remote Health Critic Matt Love released a newly leaked SHA memo showing that the Battlefords Union Hospital ICU has been closed for weeks. They condemned the government for their continued lack of transparency on hospital closures, forcing communities and healthcare workers across Saskatchewan to create Facebook groups and pages to inform local residents of community closures

Beck Writes to New RCMP Minister on Day 1: Don’t Close Depot

Yesterday, Leader of the Official Opposition Carla Beck wrote to the new federal Minister of Public Safety, Dominic LeBlanc, to reaffirm her opposition to the closure of RCMP Depot Division in Regina. She reiterated the need to keep the 500+ jobs here in Saskatchewan and emphasized the opportunity to partner with the University of Regina and the First Nations University of Canada in re-imagining training and education standards for new recruits.