Less than a month after the Premier announced their deficit had reached $1.2 billion, NDP Leader Trent Wotherspoon says it is now clear that the Sask. Party is making the numbers up as they go and refusing to be honest with Saskatchewan people.
With the next sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature just a week away and, after months of the Sask. Party irresponsibly leaking and threatening more Saskatchewan job losses, deeper cuts, and the sell-off of SaskTel and other Saskatchewan Crowns, the NDP is calling on the Sask. Party to stop hiding the truth and release the overdue third quarter financial update.
New Democrats joined with retired SaskTel workers today in accepting a petition on behalf of thousands of Saskatchewan people who are uniting against the Sask. Party’s plans to sell-off SaskTel.
NDP Critic for Diversity Equality and Human Rights David Forbes made the following statement:
Despite the Sask. Party’s clear record of cuts and claw backs in education, today, the Premier took to Twitter acknowledge Teacher Appreciation Week and claim his own appreciation.
In the wake of the recent Superior Court ruling in favour of Sixties Scoop survivors that recognized the Federal government’s failure to provide proper care for children, the Saskatchewan NDP is once again calling on the Sask. Party to finally make good on their promise to apologize for Saskatchewan’s role in the Sixties Scoop.