The Sask. Party is trying to prescribe another four years of “steady as she goes” for voters this election. But what does the same old, same old really mean when it comes to healthcare in Saskatchewan?
Meili to put patients first and stop Sask. Party’s dangerous health care cuts
NDP Leader says doctors and nurses fleeing Alberta will be welcomed under an NDP Government
Alarm bells are ringing regarding the safety of our kids
A report compiled by Saskatchewan teachers for the Chief Public Health Officer shows that kids are less safe in classrooms as a result of the Sask. Party’s mismanagement and cuts to schools.
NEWS TO MOE: Voters in Saskatoon Eastview can’t trust the Sask. Party
As we know, the previous Sask. Party candidate for Saskatoon Eastview had some eccentric views about the “science” of COVID-19.
Statement: Ryan Meili Calls on Scott Moe to Answer for Daryl Cooper’s Comments on SaskTel Privatization
“This campaign is about who will put people first - and who will protect health care, education and our Crown corporations.
REALITY CHECK - LEAKED COPY OF SASK PARTY’S PLATFORM FOR WOMEN
REGINA - New Democrats have obtained a leaked copy of Scott Moe’s plan to improve the lives of women in Saskatchewan. Strangely, the leaked platform seems to be an exact copy of the plan the Sask Party had over the last four years.
New Democrat women offer a strong alternative to Scott Moe’s Old Boys’ Club
Five of the New Democrats’ twenty-eight women candidates presented measures today to promote and ensure women’s equality in Saskatchewan. This announcement drew a stark contrast with Scott Moe’s Sask. Party, which has been increasingly driven by an old boys’ club.
Meili Commits $3 Million for Rural Education Strategy
Flanked by teachers and parents in Indian Head, Saskatchewan New Democrat Leader Ryan Meili announced an additional $3 million in investments for rural education, over and above the $125 million in staffing investments he committed to yesterday.
NEWS TO MOE: Moe’s Manufacturing Tumble
Earlier this year, Ryan Meili delivered Scott Moe an in-person reality check – that the Saskatchewan economy was in a recession before the onset of COVID-19. The Premier’s response to these facts?