New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili pledged today that an NDP government would invest more than $10 million to improve access to mental health care for families and create a strategy to combat Saskatchewan’s opioid and crystal meth crisis.
NDP Leader Ryan Meili announced a Saskatchewan First procurement policy that will put Saskatchewan workers first and keep jobs in the province after years of Scott Moe and the Sask. Party shipping them away.
Earlier today, in response to a question about ballooning health care wait times, Scott Moe suggested that COVID was the dastardly culprit for this unfortunate problem:
Today Saskatchewan New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili called out Scott Moe for his record on allowing wait times for surgeries to skyrocket, and committed to build a new surgery and outpatient centre in Regina.
In Prince Albert today, Saskatchewan New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili highlighted Scott Moe’s failed record on affordability. Over the last four years, skyrocketing power bills, PST hikes and growing user fees have hurt Saskatchewan families. And their plan for more cuts over the next four years will make life even harder.
Today in Saskatoon, when asked directly about the pattern of growing interprovincial out-migration under the Sask. Party, Scott Moe stated:
New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili pledged today that an NDP government would introduce the best home care in Canada, and get seniors the care they need by hiring 700 additional home care staff to provide the medical, cleaning, cooking, and repair assistance seniors need to live independently and with dignity.
NDP Leader Ryan Meili spent the first week of the election committing to putting people first and making the investments needed to improve Saskatchewan.
We hope you like cuts, Saskatchewan! Scott Moe’s announcement today is one we have seen before – literally.