The release of Prime Minister Trudeau’s first budget confirms that the Federal Liberals are big spenders. The deficit Canadians will have to pay has grown by $29.4 billion. When you divide that by 36 million Canadians, that’s $817 per capita of new debt this year alone.
The debate Wednesday night between 2 of the 5 political Party Leaders does not and will not serve the interests of democracy or even provide good theatre. The debate between Mr. Wall and Mr. Broten is old news. Mr. Broten has not held the Sask Party accountable until now so why would Wednesday night be any different?
PC Leader Rick Swenson will be answering the questions posed by panelists and the public via social media as the evening unfolds.
The PC Party of Saskatchewan believes there are made-in Saskatchewan policies which can help in many ways. Communities around the province continue to struggle with the cost of facility operation. Their electrical, natural gas and insurance costs continue to escalate out of control.
From day one of this election campaign, the PC Party of Saskatchewan has been abundantly clear on what needs to occur in our health system in order to bring accountability back to the people it serves.
Mr. Terry Smith, an Eatonia area farmer and Melville businessman has been nominated as the Progressive Conservative candidate in the Kindersley constituency for the April 4th Provincial Election.
Kurt Schmidt of Estevan, Saskatchewan has been nominated as the Progressive Conservative candidate for the Constituency of Cannington for the provincial election to be held April 4, 2016.
Mr. Schmidt is highly qualified for the Legislature. He has a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Economics with a focus on Political Science. Kurt has worked in the finance sector for more than 10 years.