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For years the SaskParty government failed to update the income thresholds for the daycare subsidy, taking a benefit that once had assisted low income people with their costs of childcare, and essentially "neglected it into" a benefit that few could qualify for. (For instance, at the start of the program,...
A recent CTV poll demonstrated that an overwhelming majority (77%) of Saskatchewan residents would like to see a competitive film tax credit back in our province. The film industry is experiencing a Canada-wide boom, and Saskatchewan could be leading this boom, bringing millions of dollars of economic activity to the...
I understand that 50% of the province's schools are over 50 years old and are reaching the end of their useful life. New construction/renovation could even create many jobs for construction workers, etc. but with no investment in capital projects and these buildings reaching the end of their life where...
In today's Star Phoenix (March 1/19), The Minister for Energy and Resources was quoted as saying, “The concern must always be with all sectors, and the impact on all jobs, in all provinces...I would hope that the prime minister would acknowledge that this is a problem in a number of...
As an individual consumer, I find it very difficult and expensive to do my part on reducing plastic and using renewable resources, but I am finding ways by sourcing alternatives, buying locally from my community first and making my own products with fossil fuel free ingredients. What plan does our...
The Saskatchewan people can’t continue to provide big business with the lowest corporate tax rates in the world. They need to pay their fair share and help to contribute to a province that provides so much. Tax breaks don’t create jobs. As reported by PolicyAlternatives.ca: Canada’s previous corporate tax cuts...
The official policy cites fire safety, but schools all over Saskatchewan perform smudging ceremonies and know they don’t pose safety risks.
Why did my generic medication I require every month go up in price from $525 a month in December to $1475 a month in January?!?! I was told it was because they switched suppliers. This medication has been out for a very long time and is produced by several different...