The PC Party of Saskatchewan believes there are made-in Saskatchewan policies which can kick-start the recovery of employment and economic opportunity in our oil dependent communities. This kick-start will benefit the entire Saskatchewan economy with no cost to the Treasury.
The PC Party of Saskatchewan has been the official opposition on issues like farmland ownership, the Regina bypass waste and mismanagement and being environmental stewards with the scrap tire fiasco in Assiniboia.
The PC Party has already been proactive on policy development with our pre-election release of the Waste Heat Initiative which would generate greener power, grow food for Saskatchewan families and create badly needed job opportunities across the province.
The recent release of the David Emerson report on grain transportation raises some red flags for agricultural producers and Saskatchewan’s government.
The review has raised the issue of Maximum Rail Entitlements (MREs) being ended. MREs are not a perfect solution to the cost of transporting Saskatchewan’s agricultural products, but at least costs are known to everyone in the system.
Jeff Wortman of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan has been nominated as the candidate for the Progressive Conservative Party in the Saskatoon Silverspring-Sutherland Constituency for the provincial election to be held April 4, 2016.
Diana Lowe of Grayson, Saskatchewan has announced she will be seeking nomination to be the Progressive Conservative candidate in the Melville - Saltcoats Constituency for the provincial election to be held April 4, 2016.
Allen Mryglod of Regina, Saskatchewan has announced he will be seeking nomination to be the Progressive Conservative candidate in the Regina Wascana Plains Constituency for the provincial election to be held April 4, 2016.
The Progressive Conservative Party of Saskatchewan candidate for Wood River, Brian Archer, is calling on the provincial Minister of Environment, Herb Cox, to stop delaying and order the scrap tires in Assiniboia to be removed or shredded.
"We know the Ministry of Environment has the authority to see this process through immediately'' said Archer.