Saskatchewan doesn’t need three more politicians – and Cam Broten pledged Friday to undo that Sask. Party change, then reduce the number of MLAs by three more, to 55.
Compared to one year ago, there were 8,000 more people who were unemployed and looking for work in Saskatchewan in January.
After committing to end the toxic Lean program Thursday, NDP Leader Cam Broten travelled to Moose Jaw to promise to fix the disastrous Lean design at the F.H. Wigmore Hospital.
NDP Leader Cam Broten announced Thursday he will cancel the toxic John Black Lean program, bringing an end to its damage to health and patient care and the tens of millions of dollars in annual waste.
Wall must explain his misleading excuse for signing sketchy GTH land deal
NDP Leader Cam Broten called on Wall Wednesday to agree to more leaders’ debates during the campaign, because he says Wall is ducking accountability and has a lot of explaining to do.
Cam Broten announced Tuesday that he plans to shut down the wasteful privatization ministry – a $15-million per year bureaucracy the Sask. Party opened only to push privatization and pricey P3 rent-to-own schemes.
NDP Leader Cam Broten officially kicked off the election period Monday with a launch event just before the writ is to be dropped.
“I’m Cam Broten and I am running to be Premier of Saskatchewan,” he opened at a media event at Saskatoon’s Persephone Theatre, surrounded by candidates and supporters.
Two new television commercials began airing Sunday, highlighting the priorities of Cam Broten and his New Democrat team.
“This election is going to be about choosing a leader that shares your family’s priorities,” said NDP deputy leader Trent Wotherspoon. “Now that times are tight, who can you trust to protect health care and education? Who will make your life more affordable, instead of making their friends and consultants richer?
“Cam’s plan is to cut the Sask. Party’s waste and entitlements, put more money in the pockets of everyday families, and fix the things we all count on.”
NDP Leader Cam Broten says he’ll fix the worst ambulance-fee system in Canada by ending charges for transfers between facilities, and ending the outrageous per-kilometre charges patients pay.
Broten announced that pledge in Regina Saturday. Saskatchewan is the only province that charges people for ambulance transfers between facilities, and one of only two that applies a per-kilometre charge on top of the basic charge.