New Democrat Leader Cam Broten won Wednesday night’s leaders’ debate, demonstrating the strength in leadership Saskatchewan needs and highlighting the growing divide between the priorities of everyday Saskatchewan families and those of Brad Wall’s Sask. Party.
Despite federal investments and important first steps in a variety of areas, poor intergovernmental relations have left Saskatchewan behind other provinces in today’s budget.
This morning, my heart aches for the people of Brussels, who have had their lives and their city devastated by terrorism. I know all of us are outraged by this senseless violence and these heinous attacks on democracy and freedom.
NDP Leader Cam Broten will hire hundreds of front-line workers to fix short staffing and improve the quality of care in seniors care homes.
With less than two weeks to go before election day, Brad Wall has made a new move to bury the facts about the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) land scandal.
NDP Leader Cam Broten will hire hundreds of teachers and educational assistants (EAs), going a long way to undo the damage done by the Sask. Party, and giving more children the one-on-one attention they deserve.
NDP Leader Cam Broten is blasting Brad Wall’s uninspiring platform as one that would let middle-class families down but keep spending wildly on the Sask. Party's waste and misplaced priorities.
Little was clear in the document the Sask. Party released today except that they're mostly focused on the past, have small thinking about the future, and still do not understand how the Rainy Day Fund works.
The Sask. Party is desperately trying to get to election day without revealing the facts on Brad Wall's Global Transportation Hub (GTH) land scandal – a cover-up.