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November 9, 2017

Legislative Report – November 9, 2017

Report from the Legislature November 9, 2017 Our government has introduced legislation invoking the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to protect parents’ choice in where they send their children to school. The legislation is in response to a Court of Queen’s Bench ruling that would have forced non-Catholic students out of Catholic schools. The court’s …

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October 26, 2017

Legislative Report – October 26, 2017

Report from the Legislature October 26, 2017 Saskatchewan has enjoyed a decade of growth and our government is working to ensure Saskatchewan keeps growing stronger. The new session of the Legislature opened with a Throne Speech outlining a busy legislative agenda. This includes our government’s plans to: Fulfill its commitment to provide individualized funding to children under six with Autism …

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October 10, 2017

Legislative Report – October 5, 2017

Report from the Legislature October 5, 2017 TransCanada has cancelled its application to build the Energy East pipeline.   Energy East would have created thousands of jobs, contributed billions of dollars in tax revenue and boosted Canada’s economy by around $55 billion – all from exclusively private sector investment.   The federal government is blaming “business decisions” for the termination of Energy East. …

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September 22, 2017

Legislative Report – September 21, 2017

Report from the Legislature September 21, 2017 Moody’s Investors Service recently confirmed Saskatchewan’s Aaa credit rating.   Moody’s rating confirmation is thanks in large part to our 3-year plan to return to a balanced budget. The dividends of some difficult decisions in the budget are paying off with lower debt financing costs, and stability for our finances.   The first …

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August 25, 2017

Legislative Report – August 24, 2017

Report from the Legislature August 24, 2017 Saskatchewan’s new Protection & Response Team (PRT) will help address crime, including in rural communities, with 258 armed resources to help across the province. The new PRT is being created in response to recommendations by the Caucus Committee on Crime and will consist of armed officers who will have arrest and detention powers. …

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