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2017 Legislative Report Archive

Welcome to my Legislative Reports archive for 2017. Please click on the appropriate link to any past Legislative Report that you may wish to consult.

  1. Legislative Report (21 December 2017) - Improving Health Care in Saskatchewan
  2. Legislative Report (14 December 2017) - Saskatchewan to Lead Economic Growth in Canada; Fall Session Highlights
  3. Legislative Report (7 December 2017) - Made-in-Saskatchewan Climate Change Strategy; Improvements to Rural Cellular and Internet Coverage; Decade of Growth Under Premier Wall
  4. Legislative Report (30 November 2017) - Mid-Year Financial Report Shows Province on Track; Preparing for Cannabis Legalization; Strengthening Police Presence in Our Communities
  5. Legislative Report (23 November 2017) - Provincial Health Authority Begins December 4; Newly Twinned Highway 39 Opens Near Estevan; Investments in Safe and Affordable Housing
  6. Legislative Report (16 November 2017) - Remembering Kevin Phillips; Expanding Trade in Asia; Regina’s International Trade Centre Open Next Week
  7. Legislative Report (9 November 2017) - Protecting School Choice for Parents; Small Business Tax Changes; More Physicians Practicing in Saskatchewan; Scholarship of Honour Given to Returning Veterans
  8. Legislative Report (2 November 2017) - Improving SaskTel Cellular Coverage & Internet Speeds; Investments in Highway Infrastructure
  9. Legislative Report (26 October 2017) - Throne Speech Outlines Government Agenda
  10. Legislative Report (19 October 2017) - Building the Infrastructure for Future Prosperity; Education Week in Saskatchewan
  11. Legislative Report (5 October 2017) - Statement from Premier Brad Wall on Energy East Pipeline
  12. Legislative Report (21 September 2017) - Strong Credit Rating Confirmed; Economic Growth Projected; Opposition to Federal Small Business Tax Changes
  13. Legislative Report (7 September 2017) - Education Continues to be High Priority
  14. Legislative Report (24 August 2017) - Strategy to Address Rural Crime; Summer Parks Season Ending Soon; Nominations Open for Order of Merit
  15. Legislative Report (10 August 2017) - Statement from Premier Brad Wall
  16. Legislative Report (27 July 2017) - Where Did the Money Go?; Highway Construction Update; Water Safety at Provincial Parks
  17. Legislative Report (13 July 2017) - Encouraging Economic Outlook; Tax Shift Will Improve Competitive Advantage; Saskatchewan Residents Opposed to Federal Carbon Tax; Free Entry to Provincial Parks on July 15
  18. Legislative Report (29 June 2017) - Tax Changes Effective July 1; Strong Growth in Wholesale Trade; Happy 150th Birthday, Canada!
  19. Legislative Report (15 June 2017) - More Doctors Practising in Saskatchewan; Saskatchewan Population Continues to Grow; Housing Starts and Job Numbers Up Over Last Year; Investments in Infrastructure Continue
  20. Legislative Report (1 June 2017) - $50 Million Donation for Children's Hospital; Strong Economic Growth Forecast For 2017; Carbon Tax Would Hit Saskatchewan Hard
  21. Legislative Report (25 May 2017) - Economic Indicators Look Strong; Saskatchewan Opposition to Federal Carbon Tax Grows; Highway Construction Season Underway
  22. Legislative Report (18 May 2017) - Spring Session Highlights; NDP Supports Federal Carbon Tax; Provincial Parks Open For Summer; New Drinking & Driving Campaign From SGI
  23. Legislative Report (11 May 2017) - CRTC Pushing For End To Local Service Telephone Subsidies; Carbon Tax Must Not Be Tied to Federal Transfers; Ensuring Long Term Prosperity
  24. Legislative Report (4 May 2017) - New Potash Investments; More Good Economic News; Protecting School Choice in Saskatchewan
  25. Legislative Report (27 April 2017) - Highest Wholesale Trade Growth in Canada; Examining Options For Catholic School Funding; Library Funding Restored; Thank You to STARS; Construction Starts on Warman and Martensville Overpasses
  26. Legislative Report (20 April 2017) - Economy Continues to Rebound; Canadian Free Trade Agreement Will Benefit Saskatchewan; Helping Victims of Domestic Violence; Improving Safety For Tow Truck Drivers
  27. Legislative Report (13 April 2017) - Saskatchewan Economy Rebounding
  28. Legislative Report (6 April 2017) - Premier Wall Promotes Trade in Washington; Investments in Transportation Infrastructure
  29. Legislative Report (30 March 2017) - Budget 2017: Meeting the Challenge; Provincial Parks Taking Reservations Beginning April 4
  30. Legislative Report (23 March 2017) - Budget 2017: Meeting the Challenge
  31. Legislative Report (16 March 2017) - Saskatchewan Leads The Nation Again in Job Growth; Improving Access to Physicians; Saskatchewan Exports Key to Maintaining Strong Economy
  32. Legislative Report (9 March 2017) - Spotlight on Agriculture; Reducing Government Expenditures
  33. Legislative Report (2 March 2017) - Saskatchewan Most Attractive Place in World to Invest in Mining; Economy Showing Positive Signs; Government Committed to Meeting Fiscal Challenges
  34. Legislative Report (16 February 2017) - Saskatchewan Population Growth Second in Canada; Diversified Food Production Key to Growth; Free Ice Fishing Weekend
  35. Legislative Report (2 February 2017) - Federal Carbon Tax Plan Threatens Saskatchewan Economy
  36. Legislative Report (19 January 2017) - Health Funding Agreement Reached with Federal Government; Transition to Single Provincial Health Authority Underway; Saskatchewan Residents Reminded to Get a Flu Shot; Provincial Parks Preparing for Busy 2017 Camping Season
  37. Legislative Report (5 January 2017) - Government Announces Move to Single Provincial Health Authority; Saskatchewan Taxpayers Will Save Through Indexation; Tougher Impaired and Distracted Driving Laws Now In Effect

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