Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck slammed the Sask. Party government for their decision to settle a lawsuit with one of their largest corporate donors for $11.6 million and the decision to sign a non-disclosure agreement keeping taxpayers in the dark over the Sask. Party government’s mismanagement.
The Sask. Party says one thing, SHA memo says another
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Health Critic Vicki Mowat released a leaked internal SHA memo. The memo shows that the Sask. Party’s recruitment strategies have failed to adequately staff the Regina General Hospital and avert a bed closure in its Medical Intensive Care Unit. The memo also states that there have been “a number of contracts cancelled at the last minute”, leading to no staffing replacement until the end of summer.
REGINA - According to new data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information and the provincial government, Saskatchewan has the worst wait times in Canada for numerous priority procedures.
REGINA - Today, the Official Opposition called out the Sask. Party government for breaking yet another promise and effectively closing the University of Regina’s Lifelong Learning Centre.
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Carla Beck and Health Critic Vicki Mowat called on Premier Scott Moe to fix the health system after it failed nine-year-old Casten Boyer.
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Education Critic Matt Love, Advanced Education Critic Jennifer Bowes, and First Nations and Metis Relations Critic Betty Nippi-Albright responded to the Provincial Auditor’s 2023 Report that condemned Scott Moe’s Sask. Party government for failing Indigenous students.
“For years, this Sask. Party government suggested their education plans were oven-ready when in reality they’re half-baked,” said Love. “How are Indigenous students supposed to succeed if the Sask. Party government won’t come up with a real plan with real targets? Teachers and school administrators are giving it their all but feel the government is working against them with all these funding cuts.”