Premier Addresses Supporters in Their Cars at "BIG HONKIN' RALLY" in Regina

Premier Addresses Supporters in Their Cars at October 22, 2020

Premier Scott Moe addressed hundreds of Saskatchewan Party supporters who remained physically distanced in their cars at today’s “Big Honkin’ Rally for a Strong Saskatchewan” in Regina.

Supporters “applauded” by leaning on their car horns as Premier Moe outlined the Saskatchewan Party’s Plan for a Strong Saskatchewan and highlighted the clear differences between the Saskatchewan Party and the NDP.

“In this election, voters can choose a party with a plan for a strong recovery and a plan that makes life more affordable for everyone,” Moe said.  He then highlighted some of the Saskatchewan Party’s key campaign commitments including:

  • A new Home Renovation Tax Credit that will save homeowners up to $2100 on the cost of their home renovations;
  • A 10 per cent reduction in everyone’s power bill for one year;
  • The Active Families Benefit that will help families with the cost of their children’s sports and other activities;
  • Making tuition costs more affordable by increasing the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship by $1000 over four years;
  • Making life more affordable for low income seniors by increasing the Seniors Income Plan to $360 per month; and
  • Increased supports for persons living with diabetes and parents of children with autism.

“All of these measures will drive a strong recovery and make life more affordable for students, seniors, families and everyone,” Moe said.  “So – who do you trust to lead Saskatchewan’s economic recovery?

“The Saskatchewan Party has a record of growth.  The NDP has a record of decline.  The Saskatchewan Party has a plan for a strong recovery.  The NDP plan will grind our recovery to a screeching halt.

“The Saskatchewan Party has a plan to make life more affordable for everyone.  The NDP plan would drive up taxes for everyone.  The Saskatchewan Party plan is fully costed and will mean a balanced budget by 2024.  The NDP plan failed to account for $4 billion in reckless spending and will never balance the budget.

“So who do you trust to lead Saskatchewan’s economic recovery?  The choice couldn’t be more clear.

“A strong economy, strong communities, strong families.  That’s our plan for a strong Saskatchewan.”

The Saskatchewan Party will hold another Big Honkin’ Rally for a Strong Saskatchewan tomorrow in Saskatoon.

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For further information:

Jim Billington
Communications Director
Saskatchewan Party Campaign
jim.billington@saskparty.com
306-359-3633