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.
Scott Moe and his candidates in the North have said how proud they are to run on their record. But when it comes to delivering the goods for our communities – is their record really anything to brag about?
Saskatchewan New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili was in La Ronge today to announce his party’s commitment to immediately invest in healthy and safe northern communities.
The Sask. Party cut health services for 40,000 people who need hearing aids.
In Wascana Park this morning, NDP candidate for Regina Douglas Park Nicole Sarauer promised that a New Democratic Party government would stand up for the people of Regina and put an end to the Sask. Party’s string of scandals in the Queen City.
At this morning’s Sask. Party platform launch, Scott Moe showed just why the people of Saskatchewan cannot trust him to protect health care and education – even as Saskatchewan families take on COVID-19 together.
Saskatchewan New Democratic Party Leader Ryan Meili released his election platform today, offering the people of Saskatchewan a clear choice — a plan that makes the crucial investments in health care, education and job creation that we need now, or four more years of Scott Moe’s dangerous cuts that hurt families and leave us further behind.
Scott Moe and the Sask. Party are letting seniors down. In 2016, without warning or care, they began clawing back the Seniors’ Income Plan from low-income seniors and seniors living with a disability, taking support away from seniors who needed it the most.