Today, Scott Moe stood at a podium and bragged about his record.
New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili called on Moe to come clean today about how many pink slips he’d hand out with his dangerous plan to cut and privatize healthcare during a pandemic.
This morning when asked about his attendance at the Next-Gen Leaders’ Debate (co-hosted by Future Majority, the University of Saskatchewan Students’ Union and the University of Regina Students’ Union), Scott Moe doubled down on his refusal to attend.
Saskatchewan New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili stood in front of the Regina Bypass today to announce his party’s commitment to removing the provincial sales tax on construction labour as part of a Sask-First plan to create good jobs and restart the post-COVID economy.
Scott Moe’s plan to cut healthcare during a pandemic is so out of touch and dangerous, even Doug Ford thinks it’s a bad idea.
NDP Leader Ryan Meili was joined by Kyle Lichtenwald, Candidate for Moose Jaw North, and Melissa Patterson, Candidate for Moose Jaw Wakamow, as well as retired teacher Alan Stange, to highlight the Sask. Party’s failure to invest in education and smaller class sizes.
MOOSE JAW - Scott Moe made another announcement hoping people won’t remember his party’s past. Today’s announcement on the Community Rink Affordability Grant was only made possible by the Sask. Party having cut this before they announced it again. If they liked this grant so much, why did they cut it in the first place?
Following his win at the leaders’ debate, Ryan Meili was joined by former Sask. Party supporters who will be throwing their support behind the New Democrats this election.
While Ryan Meili used last night’s debate as a chance to make a strong argument for putting people first, Scott Moe once again tried to pull a fast one on Saskatchewan voters. Turns out, his old Sask. Party attack lines aren’t any more true when he makes them about himself. In fact, the truth about his past proves just how wrong those tall tales really are.