During tonight’s debate, Scott Moe tried desperately to shake the desire for change that’s gaining momentum this campaign. His tactic? Lies about the NDP’s fully costed platform. From a Premier who’s never balanced a budget himself, playing fast and loose with numbers should come as no surprise.
Saskatchewan voters soundly rejected Scott Moe’s attempts to hide from his record of cuts in tonight’s leaders’ debate.
Saskatchewan New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili demonstrated what real leadership looks like with his plan to fix healthcare, make schools safer by reducing class sizes and create good jobs for Saskatchewan families at the provincial leaders debate.
Scott Moe’s going to have a lot to say during tonight’s debate, but when it comes to the Sask. Party, what they say – and what they actually mean – are two completely different things:
In light of new public health orders to limit indoor gatherings from 30 to 15 people, New Democrat candidates Carla Beck and Trent Wotherspoon reiterated the need for smaller class sizes.
New protections for seniors announced today by Saskatchewan New Democrats would finally ensure that, after years of Sask. Party cuts, seniors get the care they deserve.
This past week NDP Leader Ryan Meili released the party’s vision for the future with a platform that is focused on safer and smaller classrooms, better healthcare for everyone and putting Saskatchewan workers and companies first.
Saskatchewan New Democrats have laid out a plan to put people first by investing in healthcare and reducing classroom sizes. These investments will bolster the province’s fight against COVID-19, even as Scott Moe has ignored the concerns of ordinary families and proposed more dangerous cuts in the midst of a pandemic.
NDP Leader Ryan Meili was joined by small business owner Bryn Rawlyk and student Karley Evans to commit to raising the minimum wage in Saskatchewan to $15 per hour to support frontline workers let down by the Sask. Party.