Saskatchewan NDP Caucus

Sask. Party’s Budget 2022 has lost track of realities facing Saskatchewan people

REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Ryan Meili and Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon reacted to the Sask. Party’s 2022-23 Budget that deepens the affordability crisis and has lost touch with the needs of Saskatchewan families. With no new relief measures, 32 new taxes and fees and no support for seniors or students who need support post-pandemic, this budget reveals a government that has lost track of what’s most important to Saskatchewan people. 

NDP: Pandemic staffing cuts leave students behind

Kid First Recovery Plan needed to help get kids back on track

REGINA - In light of recent Ministry of Education reports showing a significant staffing level decline in the 2021-22 school year, Opposition Critic for Education Matt Love called on the Government of Saskatchewan to stem the exodus of educators and develop a strategy to increase staffing and supports to get students back on track.

NDP proposes Provincial Gas Price Relief Program to give working families a break

REGINA - In light of the soaring gas prices caused by the global economic uncertainty surrounding the events of Ukraine, Official Opposition Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon called on the Government of Saskatchewan to develop a Provincial Gas Price Relief Program to provide relief to Saskatchewan people currently struggling with the rising cost of fuel.