Bronwyn Eyre MLA

Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Strong Leadership. Strong Saskatchewan.

Strong Leadership. Strong Saskatchewan.

Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota Constituency Office

18 – 102 Cope Cres.
Saskatoon, SK S7T 0X2
T. 306-477-4740
F. 306-477-4744
Email: bronwyn.eyre.mla@sasktel.net

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News

Report from the Legislature October 21, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Thank you to the people of Saskatchewan who have responded to the call to get vaccinated. Over 1.6 million doses of the vaccine have now been administered with nearly 85 per cent of those 12 years of age or older receiving their first dose. 

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Report from the Legislature
 October 7, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

October has once again been proclaimed as Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan. As we recognize local producers for their dedication to the agriculture sector, I encourage you to participate in #CelebrateAg on social media. In collaboration with industry partners, Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan will share food stories about modern agriculture throughout October.

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Report from the Legislature October 21, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Thank you to the people of Saskatchewan who have responded to the call to get vaccinated. Over 1.6 million doses of the vaccine have now been administered with nearly 85 per cent of those 12 years of age or older receiving their first dose. 

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Report from the Legislature
 October 7, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

October has once again been proclaimed as Agriculture Month in Saskatchewan. As we recognize local producers for their dedication to the agriculture sector, I encourage you to participate in #CelebrateAg on social media. In collaboration with industry partners, Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan will share food stories about modern agriculture throughout October.

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Report from the Legislature September 23, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Across Saskatchewan we have seen the rates of positive COVID-19 cases increase, in particular in the unvaccinated population. This is causing a ripple effect throughout our healthcare system, resulting in the postponement of elective surgeries and the redeployment of healthcare providers to areas of greatest demand. The commitment of our healthcare providers deserves our gratitude; please get vaccinated.

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Report from the Legislature
 September 9, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Northern Saskatchewan's economy is getting a boost with the approval of timber allocations to support the proposed One Sky Forest Products (One Sky) Oriented Strand Board mill in Prince Albert.

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Report from the Legislature
 August 26, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is well-positioned for a strong economic recovery from COVID-19. BHP has announced a $7.5 billion investment in the Jansen potash mine, the single largest private sector investment in Saskatchewan’s history. This will create 3,500 jobs during peak construction and offer 600 permanent full-time jobs while producing 4.35 million tonnes of potash per year.

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Report from the Legislature 
August 12, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has seen its share of challenges, and the extreme drought conditions we are currently experiencing have been no exception. Pastures and crops have been severely affected while many dugouts are dry or have poor water quality due to a lack of spring runoff and little rainfall, combined with hot, dry weather throughout the summer.

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Report from the Legislature
 July 29, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

It has been a warm, eventful few weeks since public health orders and restrictions were lifted, and I hope you’re enjoying a great Saskatchewan summer!

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Report from the Legislature
 July 15, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The hot and dry conditions across the province are creating challenges for our farmers and ranchers. Topsoil moisture levels continue to decrease, and many areas will have their yields and quality impacted without some timely rain. Many of our livestock producers are also having trouble sourcing feed and ensuring quality water sources.

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Report from the Legislature
 June 30, 2021  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Summer is always an exciting time in Saskatchewan and with our province leading the country’s economic recovery, a great Saskatchewan summer awaits.

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Report from the Legislature
 June 17, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is seeing success in the fight against COVID-19. A few weeks ago, Step 1 of our Re-Opening Roadmap began with household gathering limits expanding up to 10 people and attendance at worship services, public gatherings, and table limits at restaurants all increasing. Youth and adult outdoor sports were able to resume as well.

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Report from the Legislature
 June 3, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

A strong and growing number of people in Saskatchewan are getting vaccinated. This is driving down COVID-19 case numbers, hospitalizations, and helping to ease public health orders.

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Report from the Legislature
 May 20, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The spring sitting of the legislature was highlighted by two things: a budget that protects, builds, and grows Saskatchewan, and a roadmap that charts a course through the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. Budget 2021-22 is designed to protect the health and safety of our people and our economy. It builds through investments in new long-term care facilities, hospitals, schools, highways, vital Crown capital and municipal infrastructure projects. It also grows the province through incentives and key investments, keeping life affordable for families.

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Report from the Legislature
 May 13, 2021  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Our focus throughout the COVID-19 pandemic has been to ensure health and safety as well as provide needed supports for individuals, families, and our economy. I am proud to say Saskatchewan has the best vaccination rollout in all of Canada, the best re-opening plan in all of Canada, and the best jobs record in all of Canada.

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Report from the Legislature
 May 6, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

COVID-19 is the #1 priority of the Government of Saskatchewan and the road to recovery runs through vaccination clinics. Our Re-Opening Roadmap is a three-step plan to lift public health orders based on vaccination thresholds, availability, and timing between steps.

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Report from the Legislature
 April 29, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Good economic news for our province keeps rolling in. Viterra has announced that a new world-class canola crush plant will be built in Regina. This global grain company – with Saskatchewan roots – is in the feasibility stage to finalize the plant’s capabilities and design, with an initial targeted annual crush capacity of 2.5 million metric tonnes. This would make it the world’s largest integrated canola crush facility.

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Report from the Legislature April 22, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s vaccination rollout is going well and we’re getting COVID-19 vaccine into the arms of residents as quickly as we’re receiving them. In fact, we are leading all Canadian provinces in vaccine doses administered per 100,000 of the population. If we are going to keep up this pace, we need the federal government to procure more vaccines ASAP.

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Report from the Legislature
 April 15, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our government’s plan to protect, build and grow the province has been presented and passed in the Legislative Assembly. Budget 2021-22 is a plan to protect the health and safety of Saskatchewan people and our economy in the fight against COVID-19.

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Report from the Legislature
 April 8, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The COVID-19 pandemic is not just a global health crisis, it is the biggest shock to the Saskatchewan, Canadian and world economies since the Second World War. This is a significant challenge that requires a significant response. Saskatchewan’s response can best be summarized in three words: Protect. Build. Grow.

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Report from the Legislature
 April 1, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Supreme Court of Canada recently determined that Prime Minister Trudeau has the legal right to impose a carbon tax – but that doesn’t mean that he should, and it doesn’t make his carbon tax any less punitive for Saskatchewan people.

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Report from the Legislature
 March 18, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Everyone is feeling the impact of COVID-19 on their families, livelihoods, and way of life. Together we have worked with medical professionals to reduce the impact, ensure health and safety, rebuild businesses, as well as promote job creation, growth, and investment.

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Report from the Legislature March 4, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Protecting public health and providing supports in response to COVID-19 remains the focus of the Government of Saskatchewan. Today, we have reason for optimism. Over 80,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine have been administered in Saskatchewan and our province is set to receive approximately 112,000 doses this month. We expect vaccine deliveries to pick up even more in April and so, in the meantime, I ask that we all continue to be patient.

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Report from the Legislature February 18, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

More than a year has passed since Canada’s first COVID-19 case was confirmed. Since that time, the pandemic has presented challenges few of us could have imagined. Thank you for your patience, understanding and observance of public health orders to keep our friends, families, and communities safe. I offer endless gratitude to all health professionals, emergency responders and service providers, as well as the business owners and employees who have worked tirelessly to adapt and continue serving us through a difficult time.

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Report from the Legislature February 4, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The COVID-19 pandemic has presented unique challenges in all areas of our lives; just consider the new ways we are doing business, educating our children, socializing, and staying active. There is no question that the pandemic has taken a significant toll on all of us in terms of both our physical and mental health and wellbeing. Now more than ever, it is important that we talk openly about challenges we may be facing – something our province recently acknowledged and promoted as part of Bell Let’s Talk Day.

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Report from the Legislature January 21, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan people continue to show strength and resilience through the hardships of the COVID-19 pandemic. I want to sincerely thank those who are adhering to public health orders and doing their best to keep themselves and their communities safe. While the rollout of vaccine gives us hope for a return to normal, we must all do our part to reduce transmission by following masking and distancing requirements as well as respecting public health guidelines.

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Report from the Legislature January 7, 2021  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Happy new year to you and your family! Though the year has just begun, your Saskatchewan Party government is already at work to make life more affordable for Saskatchewan people.

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Report from the Legislature December 18, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

This has been a year of uncertainties, and now the new year is in sight. Under the direction of Dr. Shahab, our Chief Medical Officer, we have been able to pull together by staying apart. We are not quite out of the woods yet, but we know that there are better days ahead.

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Report from the Legislature December 10, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

In a tough year, there is the good news Saskatchewan people can look forward to – a vaccine for the COVID-19 pandemic will be available in the coming weeks. This does not, however, suggest that it is time to ease up and become less disciplined in our approach to preventing its spread. We all have a role to play in slowing the transmission of this virus and our government continues its work to ensure that resources are available to our health care providers. We continue to ask that you to follow public health orders and frequently wash your hands, practice physical distancing, wear a mask and stay home if you have symptoms.

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Report from the Legislature December 3, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Recently our government delivered the Throne Speech, which will serve as a guide for our province as we continue to navigate through this global pandemic. We are fulfilling our promises to Saskatchewan people and acting on our commitment to make life more affordable, to support active children, and help our businesses thrive.

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Report from the Legislature November 26, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Earlier this fall our government received a strong, new mandate from Saskatchewan people. Our immediate focus has been managing the ongoing pandemic. While we continue to respond to the evolving situation, we are working to find the right balance between keeping people safe and ensuring our economy does not stall. This has been a challenge as our COVID-19 transmission rates have risen, placing provincial health care resources under increasing strain.

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Report from the Legislature November 12, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

After receiving a strong mandate in the provincial election, our government is at work responding to the realities of COVID-19 while managing our economic recovery.

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Report from the Legislature September 17, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan people have displayed resilience in response to the many challenges brought on by COVID-19. Our response to the pandemic has placed us in a position of strength as we look to a strong economic recovery. In August, Saskatchewan added 4,700 more jobs and our province had the country’s lowest rate of unemployment.

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Report from the Legislature September 3, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Just recently, we celebrated 115 years since Saskatchewan officially became a province. We can be proud of our province, its place in our country, and all that we have to offer the world. While Saskatchewan has experienced many highs and lows throughout its history, we have always been able to count on the strength and resilience of our people to carry us through.

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Report from the Legislature 08-20-2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

As summer starts to wind down, students, teachers and school staff are preparing to get back to the classroom. Of course, the COVID-19 pandemic has ensured that the coming school year will be unlike any other. The Government of Saskatchewan, alongside our Chief Medical Health Officer and education officials, is focused on providing more information, more time, more testing and more resources to ensure a safe return to school in September.

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Report from the Legislature August 6, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

A safe return to school has been the top priority of your Saskatchewan Party government ever since our in-school programs came to a halt this past March.

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Report from the Legislature July 23, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

After months of isolation and social distancing, people across the province are starting to return to more regular routines. Almost everything is open again, most of us are back to work, and we are finally able to enjoy many of the activities we love while continuing to take the necessary precautions to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

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Report from the Legislature July 9, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

A unique, three-week session of the legislature recently came to an end in what we now consider our “new normal”. This involved the implementation of many “firsts” including new health protocols and record investment in Saskatchewan industries.

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Report from the Legislature July 2, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government is working to secure a strong economic recovery after the impacts of COVID-19. This means moving forward with investments and projects that will benefit families and communities for generations to come.

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Report from the Legislature June 25th, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Despite economic turmoil, Saskatchewan has remained on track to recover from the affects of the COVID-19 pandemic. S&P Global Ratings has affirmed Saskatchewan’s AA credit rating, proving that despite the effects of COVID-19, Saskatchewan is well-positioned for growth as we re-open our economy and recover from the pandemic.

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Report from the Legislature June 18, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

On June 15th, Saskatchewan became the first province in Canada to table a budget that recognizes the impact of COVID-19. This is an historic time around the world, complete with new challenges due to the pandemic. Saskatchewan people, however, have faced this pandemic together. We are re-opening our province together, and we will rebuild and recover our economy together.

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Report from the Legislature June 11, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Members of the Legislative Assembly are returning to the legislature after a three-month hiatus due to COVID-19. The 14-day sitting will allow our government to introduce and pass a provincial budget that invests in building a strong Saskatchewan while ensuring the document receives the legislative scrutiny that it deserves.

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Report from the Legislature - May 28, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

As our province continues to feel the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic, I am happy to report the province is seeing the results of our collective actions to reduce the spread of this virus. Together, we have done what was needed to keep each other safe and our now we can move into the next phases of re-opening Saskatchewan.

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Report from the Legislature March 12, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic are top of mind as the number of cases increases around the world.

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Report from the Legislature March 5, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The spring session of the legislature started this week with a focus on the upcoming provincial budget which will build on the strength of our people with investments in stronger families, stronger communities and a stronger economy.

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Report from the Legislature February 27, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Trudeau Carbon Tax – imposed on a number of provinces including Saskatchewan – is unconstitutional. In a four to one decision, the Alberta Court of Appeal has ruled that the imposition represents a wholesale takeover of a collection of clear provincial jurisdictions and rights, calling it a “constitutional trojan horse” that ultimately could allow the federal government to exert authority over other areas of provincial jurisdiction.

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Report from the Legislature February 13, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has seen steady job growth for 18 consecutive months – growth that shows our economy is resilient and providing opportunities in a province that continues to enjoy the longest and strongest sustained population growth since the 1920s.

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Report from the Legislature January 30, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is an entrepreneurial province in which we want people to be able to start and grow their businesses. Reducing red tape and regulatory burden is imperative because we know that when small businesses grow, Saskatchewan grows.

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Report from the Legislature January 16, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

For the past 12 years, Saskatchewan has been growing. More people, more jobs and more investment in our families and communities. We want to ensure this strong growth continues. Your Saskatchewan Party government has a new Growth Plan for the new decade so everyone continues to benefit from a growing province.

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Report from the Legislature January 2, 2020  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Happy New Year! 2019 was an amazing year of growth and success that found the right balance for Saskatchewan. Our provincial budget carefully managed spending with no tax increases, and important infrastructure investments for our future.

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Report from the Legislature December 19, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The holiday season is a time to celebrate and enjoy the company of family and friends. It’s a season of generosity, a time of giving and a time to give thanks. Looking back on 2019, there have been a lot of highlights at the provincial level, including our government’s tabling of a balanced budget.

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Report from the Legislature December 5, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our government’s plan for a strong and growing province highlighted the fall session of the Saskatchewan Legislature. Our plan for the next decade of growth will serve as our roadmap to growing a strong economy, strong communities and strong families.

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Report from the Legislature November 28, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

For the past 12 years, Saskatchewan has been growing – more people, more jobs and more investment in our families and communities. We want to ensure this strong growth continues. Your Saskatchewan Party government has a new Growth Plan for a new decade so that everyone continues to benefit from a growing province.

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Report from the Legislature November 14, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has a Growth Plan for the next decade. The plan is a roadmap for a growing province of 1.4 million people and a strong economy with 100,000 more jobs.

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Report from the Legislature November 7, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government is committed to reducing the length of time people are waiting for surgery.

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Report from the Legislature October 31, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Regina Bypass is now officially open to traffic. On time and on budget, the opening of the largest transportation infrastructure project in our province’s history is an important milestone that will boost our economy through the efficient movement of goods, by reducing traffic congestion and improving safety.

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Report from the Legislature October 24, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Over the past 12 years, Saskatchewan has enjoyed a remarkable period of strong and sustained growth we hadn’t seen in a long time. As we prepare to enter the 2020s, our goal is to keep growing so all Saskatchewan people continue to benefit.

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Report from the Legislature October 17, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan residents can now look at their laboratory test results and other health records online anywhere, anytime.

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Report from the Legislature October 3, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is still growing strong, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. Between April 1st and July 1st, 2019, Saskatchewan added 3,435 people bringing our population to an all-time high of 1,174,462.

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Report from the Legislature September 19, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s economy is strong and more people are working in the province than ever before, despite economic headwinds. August marked the 13th consecutive month of job growth in Saskatchewan with 13,000 new jobs year-over-year. Saskatchewan’s unemployment rate was the third lowest in the country at 5.1 per cent.

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Report from the Legislature September 5, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The start of a new school year in Saskatchewan means more than 190,000 prekindergarten to Grade 12 students are returning to classrooms in more than 770 schools across the province.

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Report from the Legislature August 22, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The strength and resilience of Saskatchewan’s economy can be seen in the latest labour force figures from Statistics Canada. July’s numbers show 12,200 new jobs since this time last year, and 12 months of consecutive year-over-year growth.

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Report from the Legislature August 8, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government has always had a vision and a plan for a growing province that builds on the strength of our people, our resources and innovation to make Saskatchewan an economic leader.

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Report from the Legislature July 25, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

July has been a busy month with Saskatchewan playing host to the Council of the Federation, an annual summer gathering of Canada’s Premiers, as well as the 29th Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) Annual Summit in Saskatoon.

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Report from the Legislature July 11, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Today there are more people going to work in Saskatchewan than ever before in our province’s history. According to a report released by Statistics Canada, Saskatchewan set an all-time record for employment last month at 592,900 jobs.

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Report from the Legislature June 27, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

What does it mean to be Canadian? While we are drawn together by common values, experiences, and aspirations, the answers to this question are as diverse as our population. Our diversity is a product of our freedom, stability and prosperity, and Canada Day is an excellent opportunity to consider and celebrate these things.

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Report from the Legislature June 13, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan, Alberta, Manitoba, Ontario, New Brunswick and the Northwest Territories recently sent a letter to the Prime Minister calling for two things: his government to accept the Senate’s amendments to Bill C-69; and not to pass Bill C-48.

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Survey: We Want to Hear From You  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Event: Jun 01, 2019 to Sep 15, 2019

Take our survey. Saskatchewan’s economy is improving and our province continues to grow after three years of low natural resource prices and fiscal challenges. Despite record investment in infrastructure and services over the past decade, we know that there is more to be done. We want to hear from you about your priorities and our communities’ priorities as the Government of Saskatchewan builds a plan for 2030.

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Report from the Legislature May 30, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s economy is improving and our province continues to grow after three years of low natural resource prices and fiscal challenges. Despite the headwinds of a federal carbon tax and trade challenges, Saskatchewan has now seen nine consecutive months of strong job growth.

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Report from the Legislature May 16, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s economy is getting stronger. New employment numbers show that 14,200 new jobs were created in the province over the past year, and there were 18,000 more full-time jobs.

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Report from the Legislature May 9, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Government of Saskatchewan is passing legislation that better balances the rights of rural land owners and members of the public. Most notably, it moves the onus of responsibility from rural land owners to individuals seeking to access their property.

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Report from the Legislature May 2, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Spring Sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature continues with debate and legislation, as well as enhanced programs and services as part of a balanced budget. Your Saskatchewan Party government also continues to stand up for Saskatchewan.

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Report from the Legislature April 25, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

From fighting the federal carbon tax and fixing Canada’s flawed Equalization program to protecting jobs and ensuring programs and services are sustainable for years to come, your Saskatchewan Party government is standing up for Saskatchewan.

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Report from the Legislature April 18, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is pleased to have another ally at the table fighting for pipelines and standing against the Trudeau carbon tax. Less than a year ago, our province was the only one in Canada standing up against the carbon tax. Today, with the election of a new government in Alberta, five provinces representing 60 per cent of Canada’s population are fighting the federal government’s carbon tax grab.

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Report from the Legislature April 11, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan workers and businesses continue to drive job growth across the province. Nearly 10,000 new jobs in the past year means Saskatchewan people can look forward to more opportunities for their families and communities.

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Report from the Legislature April 4, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The federal carbon tax has now been forced on Saskatchewan, adding uncertainty for individuals, families, businesses and communities. From the gas station to the grocery store and all across the province, Saskatchewan people are now being forced to absorb higher costs on just about everything including our power and energy bills.

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Report from the Legislature March 28, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Members of the Legislative Assembly have been debating the 2019-20 Provincial Budget – a responsible and sustainable plan to balance the budget this year, and in the years to come. The debate, however, brought forward some questionable remarks from the NDP’s newest MLA who defended the former government’s closure of 176 schools and 52 hospitals by saying “maybe those places should have been closed”. He even suggested that our protective services “don’t prevent crime”, they only respond to it.

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Report from the Legislature March 21, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The 2019 Provincial Budget is a balanced budget – and it's the right balance for Saskatchewan. It's the right balance between keeping your taxes low and providing quality services for our children, families, and seniors. It's the right balance between important investments in both urban and rural Saskatchewan. And it's the right balance for building a stronger economy and creating jobs, now and in the future.

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Report from the Legislature March 14, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

From the Trudeau carbon tax and troublesome federal legislation such as Bill C-69, to the challenge of Canadian canola shipments being turned away at port in China, the spring sitting of the legislature is about standing up for Saskatchewan.

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Report from the Legislature March 7, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The economic outlook for Saskatchewan is strong. Jobs are up, unemployment is down and exports are expected to increase. Saskatchewan’s GDP growth is expected to be higher than the national average, and the highest in the prairies. The Conference Board of Canada believes our agriculture, oil, and potash sectors will drive this growth.

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Report from the Legislature February 28, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government starts the spring sitting of the legislature with a commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan and move forward with plans to build a stronger economy, all while managing spending and keeping taxes low.

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Report from the Legislature February 14, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has now seen strong job growth for six consecutive months. Saskatchewan’s year-over-year employment increased by 7,700 jobs from January 2018. The job gains were split between full-time and part-time increases, with full-time up 4,400 jobs and part-time up 3,200 jobs.

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Report from the Legislature January 31, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is a national leader in manufacturing sales and wholesale trade growth. This is an encouraging sign of our economic resilience. Coupled with strong job numbers, we can be optimistic that our economy will continue to grow and create opportunity for Saskatchewan people.

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Report from the Legislature January 17, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is off to a strong start in 2019. Despite challenging world resource prices and national headwinds, Saskatchewan pulled through and created nearly 11,000 new jobs this past year. Our province has seen strong job gains for the fifth month in a row, and it’s particularly encouraging to see significant growth in full-time employment.

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Report from the Legislature January 3, 2019  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

A new year is a time for optimism and renewal – and here in Saskatchewan we see encouraging signs that our best days are still to come. Despite the challenges facing our energy sector, people continue to see Saskatchewan as a great place to live, work and invest.

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Report from the Legislature December 13, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan people are proud of our contributions to Canada. It is frustrating, however, when provinces like Quebec say there is “no social acceptability” for oil from western Canada when, at the same time, there seems to be a lot of social acceptability for Equalization payments from western Canada.

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Global News coverage of the Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

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Ministerial Statement on Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

The Waterflood initiative is part of our effort to leave no stone unturned when it comes to addressing energy competitiveness in our province. It’s about the sustainability of individual wells, but it’s also about the long-term sustainability of our energy sector.

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CTV News coverage of Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

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CBC Saskatchewan coverage of the Waterflood Development Program  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

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Why Saskatchewan won't follow Alberta's lead in cutting oil output  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Bronwyn Eyre, Saskatchewan minister of energy and resources, says the province won't cut oil output following Alberta's decision. She says the situation in Saskatchewan is different since it isn't a big oil sands player.

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Report from the Legislature December 6, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

I want to thank the thousands of SaskPower, SaskEnergy, SaskTel, emergency service workers, and many working across government Ministries for their tremendous response and their work through a major power outage affecting nearly one-third of SaskPower customers. Together their actions showcased the very best of Saskatchewan and that effort deserves recognition.

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Report from the Legislature November 29, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Two years ago, our government prepared a 3-year plan to balance the budget while keeping our investment climate competitive and ensuring long-term economic strength. While we still face challenges, our province is well-positioned to weather them and emerge even stronger.

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Interview with CBC Power and Politics on Bill C-69  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Interview with CBC Power and Politics on Bill C-69 and the oil price differential.

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Interview with CPAC Primetime Politics on Bill C-69  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Interview with CPAC Primetime Politics on Bill C-69 and the oil price differential.

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Interview with BNN Bloomberg on Bill C-69  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Interview with BNN Bloomberg on Bill C-69 and the oil price differential.

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Report from the Legislature November 22, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Pipelines are the safest, most efficient, and most sustainable way to get our oil to world markets. The problem for Saskatchewan and for all of Canada right now is that pipelines are being blocked, not built. The federal government has killed two projects, stalled a third, and we can’t get our oil to tidewater as a result. Inaction is costing Canadians every day.

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Report from the Legislature November 15, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Your Saskatchewan Party government maintains its focus on growth and opportunity because a strong economy is essential to strengthen communities and make life better not just for ourselves, but for our friends, neighbours, and future generations.

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We Need to Get These Pipelines Built  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Pipelines being blocked is disappointing for Western Canadian producers who need market access for energy.

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Report from the Legislature November 8, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is experiencing strong job growth in spite of trade and transportation challenges, world resource prices, and the threat of a federally-imposed carbon tax. Statistics Canada figures show 2,500 new jobs last month, nearly 10,000 new jobs since last year, and the best job growth our province has seen in the past four years.

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Report from the Legislature November 1, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Members of the Legislative Assembly just wrapped up debate on the 2018 Speech from the Throne. The Speech outlines our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan, and highlights our plan to balance the budget, grow the economy and invest in infrastructure, programs and services for the people of our province.

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Report from the Legislature October 25, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The new session of the legislature opened this week with a Throne Speech focused on our government’s commitment to stand up for Saskatchewan people. This includes our plans to implement our Prairie Resilience Climate Change strategy, improve cellular coverage in rural communities, and deliver a balanced budget for 2019-20.

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Report from the Legislature October 18, 2018 (Part 2)  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

With the legalization of cannabis occurring across Canada, I want to ensure everyone is clear on what the new rules are when it comes to the legal purchase and possession of cannabis in Saskatchewan. Our government is committed to public safety, and it’s important for people to understand there are limitations on what is allowed, much the same as with alcohol consumption.

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Report from the Legislature October 18, 2018 (Part 1)  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The private sector in Saskatchewan is creating even more new and diverse job opportunities, according to the latest labour force figures from Stats Canada. Employment increased by 3,300 jobs from a year ago, largely driven by private sector growth.

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Report from the Legislature October 4, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s motto: Multis e gentibus vires: from many peoples, strength is as true today as it has been at any time in our province’s history. Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow, reaching 1,162,062 people as of July 1, 2018, according to the latest figures from Statistics Canada. This is an increase of 3,226 people in the past quarter and 11,280 people in the past year.

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Bronwyn Eyre Acclaimed as Saskatchewan Party Candidate  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Bronwyn Eyre Acclaimed as Saskatchewan Party Candidate for the Constituency of Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota for 2020 Provincial Election.

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Report from the Legislature September 20, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Over the past decade, Saskatchewan has had the second highest job creation rate in all of Canada, nearly double the national rate of job growth. Saskatchewan continues to grow with an increase of 2,800 full-time jobs since August 2017.

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Report from the Legislature 
September 6, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Three months into the fiscal year and Saskatchewan’s economy is showing signs of strengthening and our budget deficit smaller than first projected.

The first quarter update for this year’s provincial budget shows that Saskatchewan is on track for a balanced budget by 2019-20.

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Report from the Legislature August 23, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Summer is always a great time to get back to our communities, reach out to constituents and gather feedback on how we can work together to build a better province. Whether it is fighting the carbon tax or fixing Canada’s flawed equalization program, your Saskatchewan Party government will always stand with the people of this great province. Right now we need to bring attention to a troublesome piece of legislation for our natural resource sector.

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Report from the Legislature August 8, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

After two years of telling us that a carbon tax would not affect Canada’s competitiveness and hurt our economy, the federal government has finally admitted that it will. The Trudeau government recently announced that they will now reduce the amount of tax companies are required to pay on their greenhouse gas emissions.

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Report from the Legislature July 26, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

One of the reasons we pursue economic growth is so we can help support families and those most vulnerable in our communities. One of the ways our government is working to do this is through individualized funding for children under the age of six with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

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Report from the Legislature July 12, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Summer in Saskatchewan is a great time to enjoy recreation and relaxation. When travelling throughout our province, our government understands the importance of high-speed internet and cellular connections both in business and in our personal lives. We also understand that too many rural areas still have poor cellular coverage and slow internet service which is why we’re working with SaskTel to expand and enhance its network.

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Report from the Legislature July 12, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

At a time when the NDP wants us to wave the white flag and allow Justin Trudeau to force a carbon tax on the people of our province, new analysis confirms why our government has never supported the tax and is challenging it in court.

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Report from the Legislature June 28, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Each year at this time we come together to celebrate our country, its identity, our shared values, and our collective good fortune to live here. Canada is a country that works, but like all countries, Canada is imperfect and one of its enduring imperfections is the federal equalization program. The objective to ensure all Canadians have access to a comparable level of service is commendable, but the program designed to do that is flawed.

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Report from the Legislature June 14, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s population has reached another all-time high, topping 1.17 million for the first time. Once known as a great place to be from, Saskatchewan is the place to be. According to Statistics Canada data, Saskatchewan grew by 1,488 people in the first quarter of 2018 – an increase of 11,691 people in the past year, and 157,806 more people in the past decade.

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Report from the Legislature May 31, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The spring sitting of the legislature focused on the priorities of Saskatchewan people as we face important issues. The fight against the federal carbon tax continues with the Government of Saskatchewan launching a constitutional reference case in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal challenging the Government of Canada’s ability to impose a carbon tax on the province.

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Report from the Legislature May 24, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Scott Moe advocated for Saskatchewan’s interests at the Western Premiers Conference in Yellowknife, including on the issue of pipelines, to ensure we can get our resources to world markets. Saskatchewan is a landlocked province looking for continued access to Canada’s coastline and we will fight for our constitutional right to get our products to port and to customers around the world.

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Report from the Legislature May 17, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has submitted 11 projects to the Government of Canada’s Low Carbon Economy Fund, despite being deemed ineligible by the federal government for a portion of the funding.

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Report from the Legislature May 10, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Government of Saskatchewan is investing $14 million to improve rural roads, bridges and culverts throughout the province. The Municipal Roads for the Economy Program (MREP) provides funding for municipal roads impacted by increased truck traffic, as well as bridge and culvert projects.

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Report from the Legislature May 3, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The ability to see a doctor, whether they are a specialist or a general practitioner, is one of the most important aspects of our health care system. Our government prioritized physician recruitment and retention upon coming to office in 2007, and since then we’ve seen nearly 900 more doctors – a 51% increase. This includes significant increases in general practitioners (43%), specialists (62%), and pediatricians (98%).

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Report from the Legislature April 26, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Government of Saskatchewan has launched a constitutional reference case in the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal to challenge the federal government’s ability to impose a carbon tax on the province. The government is asking the Court of Appeal to answer a clear question on the constitutionality of the legislation that the federal government has introduced to impose the carbon tax.

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Report from the Legislature April 19, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Over the past decade of growth, Saskatchewan's expanded exports and new business investments here at home have given our province the second-fastest rate of job creation and one of the lowest unemployment rates in the country. The 2018-19 Saskatchewan Budget will help to ensure Saskatchewan's economy stays on track as we begin another decade of growth.

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Report from the Legislature April 12, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our Government has a plan to return Saskatchewan to a balanced budget by next year, and that plan is on track. The Government of Saskatchewan continues to control and carefully manage spending in the 2018-19 Provincial Budget. Many ministries are forecasting lower spending than in the previous fiscal year, while continuing to provide valued core services that are sustainable into the future.

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Report from the Legislature April 5, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

From gas and groceries to clothing and other necessities, provinces across Canada are finding out how carbon taxes drive up costs and make it harder for families to make ends meet. Not only do carbon taxes hurt families by making their day-to-day lives more expensive, they threaten their jobs by making our export-based economies less competitive in a global market.

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Report from the Legislature March 29, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our government recently announced the creation of a financial literacy curriculum for students across Saskatchewan. For the first time, students will be able to use financial literacy as a credit towards their graduation. Students taking these classes will learn the basics of personal finances, and why it is important to have that knowledge as they get closer to adulthood. The curriculum for these classes will be written soon, with full implementation in our schools by September 2019.

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Report from the Legislature March 22, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

There is new leadership in the legislature but the first few weeks of the Spring Sitting have revealed that some things never change. At a time when our government is on track to balance the budget, the new leader of the NDP has put forward a new $2.5 billion platform. Not only has the NDP endorsed a plan that would add $2.5 billion in new spending every year, they have yet to unveil a realistic way to pay for their promises.

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Report from the Legislature March 15, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Spring is a time of renewal and new beginnings, and this Spring Sitting of the Saskatchewan Legislature is no exception. A new Premier, a new Leader of the Official Opposition, and three new Saskatchewan Party MLAs were recently welcomed to the Assembly in their new roles. Members of the Assembly have also elected a new Speaker and stand ready to welcome our new Lieutenant Governor.

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Report from the Legislature March 1, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

This week our government moved to reinstate the Provincial Sales Tax (PST) exemption for agriculture, life and health insurance premiums. We made the commitment after listening to Saskatchewan people. And we will keep it while maintaining our 3-year plan to balance the budget.

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Report from the Legislature February 15, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

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Scott Moe Sworn In as Premier of Saskatchewan, Appoints First Cabinet  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Scott Moe was formally sworn in as Premier of Saskatchewan and President of Executive Council by Her Honour, the Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Lieutenant Governor of Saskatchewan.

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Report from the Legislature February 1, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan's new Premier, Scott Moe, recently chaired his first Caucus meeting at the legislative building. Under his leadership, our entire team is united, strong, and ready to get work, stand with Saskatchewan, and secure a second decade of growth.

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Report from the Legislature January 18, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Every province in Canada has now imposed some version of the Trudeau carbon tax – every province except Saskatchewan. Our made-in-Saskatchewan climate change plan will seriously address the challenge of climate change without a carbon tax. The NDP said we should "check with the feds" to see if that's OK.

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Report from the Legislature January 4, 2018  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The start of a new year is a time of optimism and renewal – and here in Saskatchewan we see encouraging signs that our best days are still to come. Saskatchewan’s population for example has now grown to more than 1,168,000.

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Report from the Legislature December 21, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

On his last day in the Legislative Assembly, Premier Brad Wall reflected on service to the province and its people by asking the question: “did you leave things better than you found them?” While there will always be more work to do, I believe that if you can answer that question with a “yes”, then you have done your part to leave a legacy that is worthy of this province.

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Report from the Legislature December 14, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan economic growth is projected to lead Canada in both 2018 and 2019 at a rate of 2.7%. Policy matters and so too does the vision, determination and hard work of the entrepreneurs and workers who have built and maintained our province’s resilient and diversified economy.

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Report from the Legislature December 7, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our government recently released a climate strategy that reduces emissions in key sectors, introduces flexible options for emitters, and protects our province from a changing climate. Prairie Resilience: A Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy, accomplishes this without a carbon tax.

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Report from the Legislature November 30, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s mid-year financial update shows our plan to balance the budget in 3 years is on track. Efforts to control spending have expenses down $9 million with the budget contingency covering public sector wage compensation savings that will not be realized in 2017-18.

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Report from the Legislature November 23, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan is moving to a single provincial health authority to better integrate and coordinate health care services for Saskatchewan people, wherever they live. There will be no changes to health care programs, services, facilities or phone numbers and residents and patients should continue to access care in the same way they always have.

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Report from the Legislature November 16, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The sudden and unexpected passing of our good friend and colleague Kevin Phillips, MLA for Melfort, has taken us all by surprise. Our deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers go to Kevin’s wife April, their four children and their grandchildren.

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Report from the Legislature November 9, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our government has introduced legislation invoking the notwithstanding clause of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms to protect parents’ choice in where they send their children to school.

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Report from the Legislature November 2, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

We have heard from Saskatchewan people and they’re telling us that too many rural areas still have poor cellular coverage and slow internet service. In the Throne Speech, we announced that SaskTel will spend $300 million this year to expand and enhance its network with more investments to come.

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Report from the Legislature October 26, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan has enjoyed a decade of growth and our government is working to ensure Saskatchewan keeps growing stronger. The new session of the Legislature opened with a Throne Speech outlining a busy legislative agenda.

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Report from the Legislature October 19, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

During a decade of growth Saskatchewan has seen the construction of new homes for those in need, new schools to serve a growing population, new hospitals and long-term care facilities to replace out-of-date facilities and new highways to move people and products safely.

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Report from the Legislature - October 5, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

TransCanada has cancelled its application to build the Energy East pipeline. Energy East would have created thousands of jobs, contributed billions of dollars in tax revenue and boosted Canada’s economy by around $55 billion – all from exclusively private sector investment.

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Report from the Legislature - September 21, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Moody’s Investors Service recently confirmed Saskatchewan’s Aaa credit rating.

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Report from the Legislature September 7, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

From early learning and Pre-K to K-12 and post-secondary, students of all ages from rural communities to Saskatchewan’s cities are returning to school this week.

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Premier Makes Cabinet Changes  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Brad Wall today announced a number of changes to the provincial cabinet following the departure from cabinet of five ministers.

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Report from the Legislature - August 24, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s new Protection & Response Team (PRT) will help address crime, including in rural communities, with 258 armed resources to help across the province.

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Report from the Legislature - August 10, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

After serving as Premier of Saskatchewan for nearly 10 years, Premier Brad Wall announced that he will be retiring from the position and elected politics when his party elects a new Leader.

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Report from the Legislature July 27, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

It is important to respond to a question that comes up every so often in Saskatchewan. You have likely heard someone, somewhere ask “where did the money go?” The answer is simple and it’s worth repeating. It was invested in what matters to Saskatchewan people – debt repayment, tax relief, infrastructure improvements, better care and a brighter future.

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Report from the Legislature July 13, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Thank you to the innovative and inspiring individuals who create growth and opportunity for Saskatchewan’s 1.16 million residents. Our government has taken steps to improve Saskatchewan’s competitiveness, including a move away from taxes on income, growth and productivity.

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Report from the Legislature June 29, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan residents who pay income tax will soon be paying less and Saskatchewan people with lower incomes will receive a boost in their tax credit amounts.

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Report from the Legislature June 15, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan through training, retention, and international recruitment. The Saskatchewan International Physician Practice Assessment is a made-in-Saskatchewan solution created under our government to assess foreign-trained family physicians. Sixteen doctors recently completed the assessment.

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Report from the Legislature June 1, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The words thank you don’t even begin to describe how grateful Saskatchewan is to have received an extraordinary gift from the Jim Pattison Foundation. A $50 million donation to the Children’s Hospital Foundation of Saskatchewan (CFHS), is going to benefit children and families for generations to come.

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Report from the Legislature May 25, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Recent economic indicators show the resilience of Saskatchewan’s diversified economy. Exports are up significantly and Saskatchewan is outpacing the national average in manufacturing, retail sales, wholesale trade and building permit growth.

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Report from the Legislature May 18, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The provincial budget has generated discussion inside the legislature and across the province. Many of the difficult decisions highlighted a Legislative Session that saw Saskatchewan move away from its reliance on resource revenues and ensure the economy and finances stay strong.

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Difficult Budget Will Keep Saskatchewan's Economy and Finances Strong  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Brad Wall said the highlight of the spring sitting of the Legislature which wraps up today was a difficult but necessary budget that will move Saskatchewan away from its reliance on resource revenues and ensure the province’s economy and finances stay strong.

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Report from the Legislature May 11, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Our government is concerned with the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunication Commission (CRTC) plan to end the local service subsidy regime. Eliminating the subsidy designed to keep wireline voice service affordable in high cost areas would force SaskTel to raise the cost of telephone service.

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Report from the Legislature May 4, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

This week billions of dollars in investment, thousands of construction jobs, and 400 new permanent positions were celebrated at the opening of Saskatchewan's first new potash mine in over 40 years. Thank you to K+S Potash Canada for choosing to invest in Saskatchewan.

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Report from the Legislature April 20, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

There are many areas of Saskatchewan’s already diverse economy that are strong and getting stronger. For example, new numbers show manufacturing sales in Saskatchewan are up nearly 23% over last year. Building permits are up 10%, housing starts are up 50%, and Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow at a pace our province hasn’t seen in 90 years.

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Report from the Legislature April 13, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Every day we see momentum in Saskatchewan’s resilient and diversified economy, including two consecutive months of encouraging year-over-year job growth. This week we learned that oil drilling doubled in the last quarter – a positive sign after Saskatchewan added another 2,000 jobs in the latest Statistics Canada report.

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Report from the Legislature April 6, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Wall travelled to Washington D.C. this week to promote the continuation of a strong trade relationship and free trade between Canada and the U.S. as a benefit to both countries. In addition to meetings with elected officials and members of the new administration, the Premier also delivered a keynote address and took part in a panel discussion on trade at the Heritage Foundation.

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Report from the Legislature March 30, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan's diversified economy continues to attract new investment with 185 construction jobs and 555 permanent jobs announced in the past week alone.

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Report from the Legislature March 23, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The 2017-18 Provincial Budget is about decisions that will make our economy stronger and more competitive while dealing with the challenge of lower resource prices.

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Report from the Legislature March 16, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Of the 15,000 jobs created in all of Canada in February, 8,000 were created in Saskatchewan. Along with recent reports on retail sales, manufacturing sales and wholesale trade growth, the latest job numbers show the continued strength and resilience of Saskatchewan’s economy.

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Report from the Legislature March 9, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan agriculture deserves to be in the spotlight every day. Saskatchewan farmers, ranchers, producers, processors and researchers are the very best at what they do. Farmers, ranchers and agribusinesses are invited to provide input on how the province currently delivers business information, advice and support.

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Report from the Legislature March 2, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

This week Saskatchewan was named the world’s most attractive place to invest in mining, according to the latest survey of global mining companies. Sensible regulations and tax rates lifted our province to the top.

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Report from the Legislature February 16, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan cities, towns, villages and RMs continue to grow, according to the new Census population count by Statistics Canada. Saskatchewan’s 6.3% growth rate (2011-2016) was second-highest among the provinces with Saskatoon and Regina among the fastest-growing cities in Canada.

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Report from the Legislature February 2, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan's manufacturing sales are leading the nation. Despite ongoing world commodity price challenges, this sector and our economy is showing signs of strength. According to Statistics Canada, manufacturing sales were $1.2 billion in November, up 12.2% (seasonally adjusted) over last year, and nearly six times the national average.

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Report from the Legislature January 19, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Health Funding Agreement Reached with Federal Government - This week we reached a 10-year agreement with the federal government on health care funding. The deal ensures long-term sustainability of our health system while adding nearly $350 million in new funding to expand mental health services and home care for Saskatchewan people.

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Report from the Legislature January 5, 2017  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Government Announces Move to Single Provincial Health Authority. Our government has accepted all of the recommendations of the Saskatchewan Advisory Panel on Health System Structure, and announced this week that the province will consolidate the 12 existing Regional Health Authorities (RHAs) into one single Provincial Health Authority.

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Government Announces Move to Single Provincial Health Authority  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Change Will Reduce Administration While Improving Coordination of Health Services.

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Report from the Legislature December 15, 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan’s population continues to grow. Our provincial population grew by 4,761 people in last quarter, an increase of 18,007 people over the past year. This brings us to a record 1,155,393 people who call Saskatchewan home.

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Report from the Legislature December 8, 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan Attracting Energy Investment - According to an annual global survey of energy-sector executives, Saskatchewan is increasingly becoming an attractive place for energy investment.

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Report from the Legislature December 1, 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Members of the Legislative Assembly mourn the passing of our good friend and colleague Roger Parent, MLA for Saskatoon-Meewasin. Roger, a strong advocate and proud representative for his community and province, passed away November 29 with family members at his side.

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Report from the Legislature - November 24, 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Falling Tax Revenue Requires Fiscal Restraint - During the NDP’s last 16 years in government, Saskatchewan was a have-not province with a declining population receiving equalization payments. Since our government was elected, Saskatchewan is a have province with a growing population that’s no longer dependent on equalization.

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Report from the Legislature - Nov. 17, 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Carbon Tax Reality in Saskatchewan - From agriculture, to mining, to oil & gas, thousands of people make their living in industries that are especially vulnerable to the federal government’s carbon tax. Farmers who are opposed to the Prime Minister’s plan to hike their costs and make them less competitive decided to send a message to Ottawa this week.

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Northern Saskatchewan Students Rally at the Legislature  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

“This is about students first and foremost. It’s about working together to find the best northern-based solution for the delivery of teaching and professional access programs, not only for NORTEP, but for other northern students.”

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Report from the Legislature - Nov. 10, 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Honouring Saskatchewan’s Veterans and Fallen Soldiers. Dignitaries and representatives of the public service came together this week to pay tribute to veterans and those who gave their lives in time of war and service of peace. We paid tribute to Saskatchewan’s veterans, including members of the public service who answered the call to arms.

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Report from the Legislature - Nov. 3 - 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Government Taking Action to Combat Impaired Driving

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Report from the Legislature – Oct. 27 - 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Saskatchewan Party Government Stands United Against Justin Trudeau’s Carbon Tax - Our government sent a clear message to Ottawa this week by voting unanimously to oppose Justin Trudeau’s unilaterally imposed federal carbon tax. We asked the NDP to stand up and join the government in fighting for Saskatchewan’s interests but they wouldn’t do it.

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Report from the Legislature - Oct. 20 - 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Earlier this week our government released Saskatchewan’s White Paper on Climate Change, outlining an alternative approach to Prime Minister Trudeau’s national carbon tax.

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Resumption of the 1st Session – 28th Legislature  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Event: Oct 19, 2016

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Report from the Legislature - Oct. 6 - 2016  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Prime Minister Trudeau’s New Carbon Tax Will Hurt Saskatchewan’s Economy

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Report from the Legislature  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Promoting Province’s Food and Energy Strengths in Asia I am proud to serve in a government that understands the need to keep our economy strong by opening up export markets and encouraging growth. Saskatchewan has the food, fuel and fertilizer the world needs and that includes the growing Asian market. This is why we’re leading a trade mission to South Korea and China to expand our relationship and explore new trade opportunities.

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Saskatoon Stonebridge Dakota Constituency Office Open House  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Event: Sep 16, 2016 to Sep 16, 2016

#18 – 102 Cope Cres.

Drop by and meet the team at our Constituency Office Open House on Friday, Sept. 16th.

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Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota Annual General Meeting  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

Event: Sep 13, 2016 to Sep 13, 2016

#10 – 2220 Northridge Drive

The Annual General Meeting of the Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota Saskatchewan Party Constituency Association will take place Tuesday, September 13th at 5:30 PM.

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Premier Brad Wall has made major changes to the provincial cabinet  Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota

“In the April election, we were fortunate that voters elected a number of very talented and capable new MLAs, creating the opportunity for renewal in our government,” Wall said. “The new cabinet will have a strong blend of experience and new faces and will serve Saskatchewan well as we work to meet the opportunities and challenges facing our province.”

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Keeping Promises and Keeping Saskatchewan Strong  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Premier Brad Wall said the first sitting of the new Legislative Assembly focused on the government keeping its election promises and on keeping Saskatchewan strong. The 26 day sitting wrapped up today.

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STEP Celebrates 20 Years of Advancing International Trade  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

The Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership (STEP) turns 20 this year and is celebrating an exceptional track record of helping make our province an even stronger force in international trade.

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Saskatchewan Companies Busy with Regina Bypass Construction  Saskatchewan Party Caucus

Construction of the Regina Bypass continues on time and on budget with the assistance of Saskatchewan companies.

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About Bronwyn

Bronwyn Eyre was elected MLA for Saskatoon Stonebridge-Dakota in 2016 and was re-elected in 2020.

A former radio broadcaster, columnist and university lecturer, Bronwyn also served as a Saskatoon public school board trustee. Previously, she was a senior writer/editor for UK-based legal publications Commercial Lawyer and European Lawyer. She attended McGill University and the University of Saskatchewan, where she graduated in Law in 1996, and speaks French, German, and Italian.

Bronwyn has served as Minister of Advanced Education, Minister of Education, Minister responsible for the Status of Women, and Minister responsible for SaskEnergy and SaskWater. 

She has been Minister of Energy and Resources since February 2018.

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