Months after Brad Wall was caught being dishonest about his carbon capture boondoggle, he’s at it again. There’s a big difference between a story spun by Wall Wednesday, and the newest numbers from SaskPower.
On the doorsteps, the top issue raised by voters is the Sask. Party’s secret budget and hidden cuts, according to NDP Leader Cam Broten.
Broten pledges to undo the Sask. Party's damage to schools
Standing in front of Venture Heights Elementary School in Martensville, NDP Leader Cam Broten questioned just how deep Brad Wall plans to cut in our schools and classrooms.
While visiting local businesses in Moose Jaw, Cam Broten highlighted his plan for small business and more economic stability through diversification.
Brad Wall refuses to release his budget because he doesn’t want people to know, before they vote, how deep his cuts will be and what he’ll privatize next – a frustration repeatedly raised at a town hall hosted by NDP Leader Cam Broten in Regina.
On Saturday, NDP Leader Cam Broten laid out his plan to strengthen Northern Saskatchewan while in La Ronge.
Surrounded by young children decorating Easter eggs Saturday morning, NDP Leader Cam Broten said he would put a stop to the Sask. Party’s cuts to education.
At an arts community gathering in Saskatoon Thursday evening, NDP Leader Cam Broten repeated his pledge to restore a film employment tax credit and made a new commitment: a pledge to boost funding for other cultural industries by 50 per cent.
A new lawsuit filed against the Sask. Party in the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) land scandal may be the final straw in Brad Wall’s defense of his sketchy land deal.
Before buying land at a whopping $103,000 per acre, Wall’s government called a $38,000-per-acre independent appraisal of the same plot of land “unrealistic” and “incompetence.”
“Wall’s government claimed it was incompetent for an independent appraiser to set the land value as high as $38,000,” said NDP Leader Cam Broten. “But then he personally signed an order to buy it for $103,000 per acre. What changed? The owners.
“Once the land was in the hands of businessmen who allegedly have Sask. Party connections, all of a sudden the strong-arm expropriation tactics stopped, and a big cheque was signed. This deal stinks worse than ever.”