Building a Strong and Diversified Economy
Investments in Infrastructure to get Goods and Resources to Market
Increase investment in infrastructure initiatives to improve transport of Saskatchewan goods and resources to existing and new markets.
Collaborate with First Nations to support innovative ideas to improve employment and development opportunities across the province.
Reinstate Film Tax Credit
Restore the film employment tax credit eliminated by the Sask Party to start rebuilding the film industry in the province.
Immigration is Key to Future Growth
Increase permanent immigration levels to provide the labour force required by Saskatchewan businesses to grow.
Gradually phase out the temporary foreign workers program by providing a path to permanent citizenship.
Invest in the Future
Once the public debt is fully eliminated, invest 50% of all future non-renewable resource revenues into a new sovereign wealth fund.
Implementing Fair and Efficient Government
Ban Corporate and Union Political Donations
Ban political party contributions from corporations and unions and limit personal donations to $3000 per year.
Reduce the Size of the Legislature
Reduce the number of MLAs in the Legislature from 61 to 48 members to reduce cost and maximize efficiency.
Review all government procurement procedures to ensure that they are fair, transparent and in the best interest of taxpayers.
Supporting Sustainable Communities
Raise the basic personal income tax exemption to a level equivalent to a full-time minimum wage job, allowing low income earners more disposable income to cover the basic necessities of life.
Green Energy Entrepreneurship
Mandate SaskPower to purchase locally produced renewable energy at a fair market rate.
Offer an income tax rebate to homeowners, businesses and farms covering up to 25% of the cost of installing solar or wind generation facilities.
Eliminate PST on Insurance and Children’s Clothing
Immediately roll back the PST on home and vehicle insurance
and children’s clothing.
Bringing Leadership to Health Care
Timely access to critical health services, including mental health, addictions, and long-term care.
Support palliative care services, both home/community-based and in hospital, and expand home care services.
Undertake initiatives to reduce emergency room wait times.
Making Education Work for Everyone
Reduce Post-Secondary Debt
Stabilize provincial funding for universities to alleviate rising tuition rates.
Reduce rate of interest for government student loans.
Provide Stable Funding for K–12 Education
Ensure per-student funding to school districts reflects current year enrollment numbers.
Provide schools and teachers with access to discretionary funds to cover individual classroom needs.
Give communities a say in how education funding is collected and spent.
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