REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Critic for First Nation and Metis Relations Betty Nippi-Albright was joined at the Legislature by Okimaw Henry Lewis from Onion Lake Cree Nation, the Council of Onion Lake Cree Nation and Indigenous leaders from across the province to call on the Sask. Party government to halt the upcoming online Crown Land Lease Auction and meaningfully consult with First Nations.
Today, Official Opposition Justice Critic Nicole Sarauer and Social Services Critic Meara Conway stood with Barbara Stuckey, the mother of Jessica Stuckey who was jailed for 36 days and is currently detained in a psychiatric hospital because the Sask. Party government has failed to give her the support she needs. Together they called on the Sask. Party government to stop the inhumane and degrading treatment of people living with intellectual disabilities.
I think a lot of people are asking themselves — “is this what I voted for?” Nobody asked for the Sask. Party to sell off profitable liquor stores that pay for our hospitals and schools or to lay off 400 workers in the middle of an affordability crisis. With this important stream of revenue lost, I fear the Sask. Party government will continue to increase taxes and hike power and energy bills again just to pay for their bad financial decisions.
Saskatchewan was the only province with net decrease of full-time jobs in 2022
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Jobs and Economy Critic Aleana Young called on Scott Moe’s Sask. Party government to make a jobs plan that addresses Saskatchewan’s worst-in-the-nation jobs record in 2022.
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Justice Critic Nicole Sarauer called on Scott Moe’s Sask. Party government to support the Turner family’s request for a Coroner’s inquest into the death of Shayne Turner.
REGINA - Following the release of the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel’s report recommending SaskEnergy’s proposed rate increases be scrapped, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and SaskEnergy Critic Erika Ritchie called on the Sask. Party government to adopt the recommendation and scrap the proposed rate increase that would make life more expensive for Saskatchewan people.