REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Critic for Seniors Matt Love stood with families that the Sask. Party government is uprooting from the Lutheran Care Home. Together, they called on the provincial government to focus on the issues that matter most to Saskatchewan people, like helping our parents and grandparents age in comfort and dignity.
Sask. Party more focused on taking away human rights from children than fixing healthcare
SASKATOON - Following overcapacity issues at Saskatoon hospitals in recent weeks, Official Opposition Health Critic Vicki Mowat and Rural and Remote Health Critic Matt Love today called on the government to do their job and focus on the real crises facing Saskatchewan patients and Saskatchewan healthcare.
Saskatchewan people much more concerned about healthcare, affordability than pronouns
REGINA - Today, the independent Saskatoon-based market research firm Insightrix released new polling. The polling shows the Saskatchewan NDP and the Sask. Party neck and neck, with Sask. Party support shrinking and Sask. NDP support growing.
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Health Critic Vicki Mowat stood with Sarah Mackenzie, who tragically lost her fourteen-year-old child to suicide. Together, they called on the Sask. Party government to listen to the concerns of parents and get to work on the issues that matter most, like the lack of mental health resources in our communities and schools.
Beck says government needs to listen to all parents
SASKATOON - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Education Critic Matt Love stood with parents outside Monique-Rousseau elementary school, which has had a gaping hole in the roof since last school year. Together, they called on the Sask. Party government to listen to all parents and get to work on the issues that matter most.
REGINA - Official Opposition Critic for Seniors Matt Love, Rosemont MLA Trent Wotherspoon and Coronation Park MLA Noor Burki today stood with seniors, families and workers dependent on the Lutheran Care Home. Together, they called on the provincial government to step up, reverse course and keep the 62 long-term care beds open.