REGINA - As COVID-19 cases continue to rise in Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili called on the Premier to take the opportunity of a new week to change course and take real action to get control of the pandemic in Saskatchewan.
REGINA - New Democratic Party Leader Ryan Meili slammed the Sask. Party government for its failure to contain the spread of COVID-19 and protect jobs in Saskatchewan, as shown by today’s StatsCan data which shows Saskatchewan with the worst jobs record in Canada.
REGINA - Saskatchewan NDP Leader Ryan Meili called on the Sask. Party government to get its act together and end the dangerous mixed messages that have plagued the government’s COVID-19 response. The vaccine rollout has not followed national guidelines for at-risk workers. Yesterday, the premier floated changes to the vaccine rollout for some workers. These potential changes were then contradicted by the Health Minister and later by the Premier himself.
REGINA - New Democratic Party Education Critic Carla Beck criticized the government for fudging the budget numbers and hiding what amounts to a cut to the classroom in Budget 2021.
REGINA – Official Opposition Leader Ryan Meili sounded the alarm today as the Sask. Party government continues to ignore the action needed to fight COVID-19 variants in Saskatchewan, and called for a rethink of the government’s vaccine roll-out.
Saskatchewan New Democratic Party Leader Ryan Meili and Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon reacted to the Sask. Party’s 2021 Budget that is out of touch with the needs of Saskatchewan families, businesses and communities - and breaks key campaign commitments.
“Scott Moe has failed Saskatchewan. This budget shows that the premier is in over his head and he hasn’t been honest with the people of this province about the realities we’re all facing.” said Meili. “People were having a tough time before COVID-19 hit - and the Sask. Party’s failure to show leadership in containing the pandemic means those families are even further behind. This budget takes the same approach as the government’s pandemic response: weak half measures that don’t get the job done for Saskatchewan people.”