REGINA—Saskatchewan New Democrats unanimously approved a solidarity motion with the people of Ukraine, as well as all Saskatchewan people with friends and family in the region at Provincial Council on February 26, 2022.
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?
- Last election, they promised to make the north a priority. Instead they turned around and sold off the STC, making things even harder and more expensive for northern families.
- The one before that, the Sask. Party promised to invest in northern teachers – only to immediately turn around and eliminate a program that left our communities without the teachers our kids need.
- And even the election before that, the Sask. Party promised a new ice road – but ten years later still haven’t gotten around to building it.
Now, Scott Moe’s promising that if he’s elected, there’s going to be more of the same. The North has already seen what “more of the same” means – cuts, broken promises and a government in Regina that ignores our priorities.
Northerners deserve better.
REGINA—The Saskatchewan New Democrats set the rules and timing for a leadership contest at Provincial Council on February 26th. The new leader will be elected at a leadership convention in Regina in late June, 2022.
All Saskatchewan New Democratic Party members in good standing will be eligible to vote online or by mail-in ballot.
Standing with New Democratic Party candidate Melissa Patterson in Moose Jaw Wakamow today, NDP Leader Ryan Meili called on voters in his hometown to reject Scott Moe’s plan for dangerous cuts during a pandemic.