Jared Clarke will be the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party candidate for the upcoming 2020 provincial election in the constituency of Indian Head-Milestone. Clarke won a contested nomination over Jackie Lazar, an accountant and former farmer, in front of a crowd of local New Democrats in Balgonie this evening.
“I’m running because I am deeply concerned about the government’s cuts to education and inaction for quality mental health services,” Clarke said. “It’s time for a government that puts people first. I’m committed to advocating for improvements in education, better care for our seniors, and transitioning to more renewable energy.”
New Democrats nominate Tajinder Grewal as candidate in Saskatoon Silverspring-Sutherland for 2020
SASKATOON – New Democrats in the constituency of Saskatoon Silverspring-Sutherland have thrown their support behind Tajinder Grewal as their candidate for the upcoming 2020 provincial election.
“The people of Saskatchewan deserve a government that will stop the cuts and invest in the programs we rely on like healthcare and education,” said Grewal. “The Sask. Party government is making life harder for all of us, and it’s time for a government that puts people first. I look forward to tackling the issues and working for a better future for our children and the next generation.”
The Saskatchewan New Democrats in the Saskatoon University constituency have chosen Jennifer Bowes to be their candidate for the next provincial election.
“So many hard-working families are contributing to this great province, but just aren’t feeling the benefits,” said Bowes. “This is why I’m proud to be a part of Ryan Meili’s team, putting people first by fighting for a $15 minimum wage, universal access to mental health care and investment in our kids’ futures.”
April 30, 2019
REGINA – The Saskatchewan New Democrats in the Regina Coronation Park constituency have chosen small business owner Noor Burki to be their candidate for the next provincial election. Burki defeated two challengers to win the nomination in Regina this evening.
April 25, 2019
PRINCE ALBERT – The Saskatchewan New Democrats in the Prince Albert Carlton constituency have chosen educator Troy Parenteau to be their candidate for the next provincial election. Parenteau won a contested nomination in Prince Albert this evening.
“As a teacher, I am proud to stand as a New Democrat against the devastating cuts we’ve seen to our classrooms,” said Parenteau. “New Democrats put people first, and I’ll be working tirelessly to earn the support of the people of Prince Albert Carlton.”
Agricultural economist, university instructor and senior policy expert Faycal Haggui will be the New Democrat candidate for Regina Gardiner Park in the 2020 provincial election.
Haggui, a married father of three young children, was nominated by New Democrats in the Regina Gardiner Park constituency this afternoon.
The Saskatchewan New Democrats in the Last Mountain Touchwood constituency have chosen Thera Nordal to be their candidate for the next provincial election. Nordal won a contested nomination over Don Jewitt a long-time teacher and school administrator in-front of a crowd of nearly 150 New Democrats gathered together in Lipton this afternoon.
Tonight, the Saskatchewan New Democrats nominated Danielle Chartier in Saskatoon Riversdale and Vicki Mowat in Saskatoon Fairview. They will both be seeking re-election in the next provincial election in 2020.
December 13, 2018
Saskatoon – Saskatoon Nutana NDP MLA Cathy Sproule is announcing that she plans to retire as an MLA at the next provincial election.
Cathy Sproule was elected to represent the constituency of Saskatoon Nutana in November 2011 and was re-elected in 2016. She worked as a lawyer for the federal government as an aboriginal law specialist prior to being elected.