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NDP Makes 17 More Election Promises Without Accounting For The Cost

Uncosted NDP Promises Would Cost At Least $1 Billion Over Four Years Cam Broten has finally released the costing of his election platform, but it shows the NDP platform contains...

Premier Attends Grand Opening Of New Facility For People With Down Syndrome In Saskatoon

  Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall today attended the official grand opening of the new facility housing the AIM (Ability In ME) Program in Saskatoon.  March 21 is recognized by the...

Why Won’t the NDP Post Their Platform Costing On Their Website?

Why is the NDP hiding the costing of their election platform? Despite claiming to have a fully costed platform, the NDP has failed to post any sort of platform costing...

Cam Broten still can't explain the $595 million hole in his platform

Cam Broten promised to bring back the NDP's old lowest cost utility rate bundle, but he forgot to account for the $595 million cost in his platform. That's a pretty...

Premier Wall Releases 2016 Saskatchewan Party Platform

Includes Plan to Help Seniors With Education Property Taxes Premier Brad Wall today released the Saskatchewan Party’s complete, fully-costed 2016 election platform – the Saskatchewan Party’s plan to keep Saskatchewan...

Broten Makes Huge Error In Cost Of NDP Election Platform

Failure to Account for Utility Rate Promise Throws NDP Platform Budget into Deficit Each Year NDP Leader Cam Broten today admitted that he did not account for the cost of...

Investments In Infrastructure Will Help Keep Saskatchewan Strong

Premier Brad Wall today said a re-elected Saskatchewan Party government’s investments in much-needed infrastructure projects like hospitals, schools and highways would help keep Saskatchewan strong.

We Will Build On Our Strong Health Care Record

Premier Brad Wall today said the Saskatchewan Party will continue to look for ways to innovate and improve on its strong health care record of shortening surgical wait times, attracting...

Premier Looking For At Least $575M For Saskatchewan In Federal Budget

Premier Brad Wall says he would like to see Saskatchewan receive at least $570 million in new federal funding in next week's federal budget.  That's the amount Saskatchewan taxpayers will...

Saskatchewan Keeps Growing

Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow at a strong pace, according to new information released today by Statistics Canada. The province’s population grew by 13,509 people in 2015 to 1,142,570.  That’s...

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