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Past Legislative Reports

Welcome to the Legislative Report archive. Just click on appropriate link below to access any past Legislative Report that you may wish to consult:

  1. Legislative Report (19 October 2017) - Building the Infrastructure for Future Prosperity; Education Week in Saskatchewan
  2. Legislative Report (5 October 2017) - Statement from Premier Brad Wall on Energy East Pipeline
  3. Legislative Report (21 September 2017) - Strong Credit Rating Confirmed; Economic Growth Projected; Opposition to Federal Small Business Tax Changes
  4. Legislative Report (7 September 2017) - Education Continues to be High Priority
  5. Legislative Report (24 August 2017) - Strategy to Address Rural Crime; Summer Parks Season Ending Soon; Nominations Open for Order of Merit
  6. Legislative Report (10 August 2017) - Statement from Premier Brad Wall
  7. Legislative Report (27 July 2017) - Where Did the Money Go?; Highway Construction Update; Water Safety at Provincial Parks
  8. 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
  9. Legislative Report (29 June 2017) - Tax Changes Effective July 1; Strong Growth in Wholesale Trade; Happy 150th Birthday, Canada!
  10. 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
  11. Legislative Report (1 June 2017) - $50 Million Donation for Children's Hospital; Strong Economic Growth Forecast For 2017; Carbon Tax Would Hit Saskatchewan Hard
  12. Legislative Report (25 May 2017) - Economic Indicators Look Strong; Saskatchewan Opposition to Federal Carbon Tax Grows; Highway Construction Season Underway
  13. Legislative Report (18 May 2017) - Spring Session Highlights; NDP Supports Federal Carbon Tax; Provincial Parks Open For Summer; New Drinking & Driving Campaign From SGI
  14. 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
  15. Legislative Report (4 May 2017) - New Potash Investments; More Good Economic News; Protecting School Choice in Saskatchewan
  16. 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
  17. 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
  18. Legislative Report (13 April 2017) - Saskatchewan Economy Rebounding
  19. Legislative Report (6 April 2017) - Premier Wall Promotes Trade in Washington; Investments in Transportation Infrastructure
  20. Legislative Report (30 March 2017) - Budget 2017: Meeting the Challenge; Provincial Parks Taking Reservations Beginning April 4
  21. Legislative Report (23 March 2017) - Budget 2017: Meeting the Challenge
  22. Legislative Report (16 March 2017) - Saskatchewan Leads The Nation Again in Job Growth; Improving Access to Physicians; Saskatchewan Exports Key to Maintaining Strong Economy
  23. Legislative Report (9 March 2017) - Spotlight on Agriculture; Reducing Government Expenditures
  24. 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
  25. Legislative Report (16 February 2017) - Saskatchewan Population Growth Second in Canada; Diversified Food Production Key to Growth; Free Ice Fishing Weekend
  26. Legislative Report (2 February 2017) - Federal Carbon Tax Plan Threatens Saskatchewan Economy
  27. 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
  28. 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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