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A lot of people are struggling to get by these days. But our costs keep going up, especially our utility bills.

Why do I keep getting charged more for basic services? When it comes to the cost of living in Saskatchewan, the Sask Party just doesn’t seem to be listening. 



The Sask Party is out of touch. They’re not paying attention to the needs of real people like you and me. If they’re not listening to us, who are they listening to?

The Sask Party has more than doubled spending on consultants — over $120 million each year. For what? Life doesn’t seem to be getting any easier after all that high-priced advice.


Cuts to Services

The Saskatchewan economy was booming for a decade. So why are they cutting services and making life tougher, especially for families, the elderly and the poor?

When it comes to seniors care, health care  and education, the Sask Party just isn’t listening.


Privatization and Protecting our Crowns

Here in Saskatchewan we believe in looking out for each other. We want to make sure everyone has access to services they need no matter where we live or how much we earn.

And most of all, we all want a better future for our kids and grandkids. That’s why we built our Crown Corporations and our public services.

So why is the Sask Party selling off our public assets to the highest private bidder?


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