REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Education Critic Matt Love was joined by education workers on the steps of the Legislature to protest cuts to education and call on the government to provide increased school division funding reflective of rising inflationary costs.
REGINA - In view of the increased and record first quarter earnings of Saskatchewan’s two largest Potash companies, Official Opposition Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon called on the government to immediately implement a windfall profit resource surcharge to deliver a cost-of-living dividend to address the affordability crisis.
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Ryan Meili and Health Critic Vicki Mowat were joined by doctors and patients from Warman and Martensville to call on the government to acknowledge the growing gaps in Saskatchewan’s health system and commit to immediate action.
Three years of GDP decline raises questions about SK. Party’s economic chops, handling of the pandemic
REGINA - This week’s report from Statistics Canada shows that while every other province and territory in Canada saw GDP grow in 2021, under Sask. Party leadership, Saskatchewan’s economy shrank.
While the Sask Party is on the record aiming to restrict reproductive rights and access to abortion, the Saskatchewan NDP Caucus once again calls for safe and expanded access to abortion services.
The 1% Windfall Profits Surcharge would also cancel Sask. Party’s PST hike
REGINA - Today, Official Opposition Leader Ryan Meili and Opposition Finance Critic Trent Wotherspoon proposed a windfall profit resource surcharge to deliver a cost-of-living dividend to address the affordability crisis, allowing Saskatchewan people to share in windfall non-renewable resource profits amid 31-year high inflationary pressures.