SHELLBROOK - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck was joined by healthcare workers and concerned community members at the Shellbrook Hospital in Premier Moe’s riding to address service closures and their not being made public by the SHA.
Moe government being dishonest about the true state of Saskatchewan finances
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon called on the government to stop being dishonest about the state of Saskatchewan’s finances highlighted in today’s year-end report and immediately deploy the windfall resource revenues to provide Saskatchewan people the cost-of-living relief needed today.
REGINA - On this National Indigenous Peoples Day, Official Opposition Critic for First Nations and Metis Relations and Truth and Reconciliation Betty Nippi-Albright and Critic for Mental Health and Addictions Doyle Vermette are calling on the government to do more than talk about building trust with the Indigenous Peoples of Saskatchewan and to instead take urgent action to help lift them up.
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Agriculture Critics in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba are calling on the federal government to scrap their proposed changes requiring front-of-package labelling on ground beef and pork. Trent Wotherspoon wrote a letter with Alberta NDP Agriculture Critic Heather Sweet and Manitoba NDP Agriculture Critic Diljeet Brar to the federal ministers of Health and Agriculture outlining their concerns with the proposed changes.
Only one party in Saskatchewan is offering credible solutions to the affordability crisis
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon and Opposition Critic for Jobs and the Economy Aleana Young, responding to landmark gas prices now over two dollars a litre, called on the Sask. Party to follow other governments acting on affordability with an immediate cost-of-living rebate to Saskatchewan people.
SASKATOON - Today, Official Opposition Leader Ryan Meili and Seniors Critic Matt Love called on the provincial government to ensure the $32 million from the federal Safe Long-Term Care Fund is used to improve conditions on the frontlines for residents and staff.