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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 (5 September 2019) - Supporting Education; New Robotics and Automation Classes; Students And Public Weigh In On Future Of Saskatchewan Education; Have a Great School Year and Stay Safe!
  2. Legislative Report (22 August 2019) - Strong Economic Indicators; Crown Management Costs Down; Improving Access to Mental Health Services; Funding for Police Initiatives
  3. Legislative Report (8 August 2019) - Building A Plan For 2030; Strong Credit Rating Reflects Strengthening Economy
  4. Legislative Report (25 July 2019) - Advancing Trade & Economic Initiatives
  5. Legislative Report (11 July 2019) - New Employment Record Set; Hosting Canada's Premiers; Free Fishing Weekend: July 13-14
  6. Legislative Report (27 June 2019) - Population Growth Continues; Federal Government Passes Harmful Legislation; Supreme Court to Hear Arguments on Carbon Tax on December 5
  7. Legislative Report (13 June 2019) - Standing Against Harmful Federal Bills; Reducing Emissions Without Federal Carbon Tax
  8. Legislative Report (30 May 2019) - Saskatchewan Economy Improving; BC Court Ruling Good for Canada; Federal Gov’t Needs to Deliver on Canola Payments; Japan Reopening Market to Canadian Beef; Lifting Out-of-Province Restrictions on Alcohol Purchases; Building A Plan For 2030
  9. Legislative Report (16 May 2019) - Budget Providing Right Balance for Saskatchewan; Spring Legislative Session Concludes
  10. Legislative Report (9 May 2019) - Balancing Rights of Rural Land Owners; More Support For Mental Health; Standing Up For Saskatchewan
  11. Legislative Report (2 May 2019) - Speaking Out Against Oil Tanker Ban; Assistance for Canola Producers; Protection for Domestic Abuse Victims; Newborn Hearing Screening Program Expansion
  12. Legislative Report (25 April 2019) - Federal Assistance Needed for Canola Producers; Helping Firefighters; Rural Crime Watch Expansion
  13. Legislative Report (18 April 2019) - Another Province Joins Fight Against Federal Carbon Tax; Saskatchewan NDP Confirm Opposition to Low Taxes; Federal Legislation Threatens Saskatchewan Economy; Federal Legislation Threatens Saskatchewan Economy; Good News for a Saskatchewan-US Border Crossing
  14. Legislative Report (11 April 2019) - Standing Up for Saskatchewan's Economy; Consultations Underway on Future of Education; Saskatchewan Volunteers Honoured
  15. Legislative Report (4 April 2019) - Saskatchewan Continues to Oppose Federal Carbon Tax Now in Effect
  16. Legislative Report (28 March 2019) - Provincial Budget Strikes the Right Balance; Free Hunting & Angling for Veterans; Park Campsite Reservations Open April 2
  17. Legislative Report (21 March 2019) - Achieving the Right Balance for Saskatchewan
  18. Legislative Report (14 March 2019) - Spring Sitting Initiatives; Strengthening Trade Relationships
  19. Legislative Report (7 March 2019) - Legislature Back in Session; Federal Government Putting Future Growth at Risk; Provincial NDP Standing with Prime Minister
  20. Legislative Report (28 February 2019) - Focus on the Three T’s – Trade, Transport & Taxes
  21. Legislative Report (14 February 2019) - Strong Job Growth Continues; Revenue Sharing Increases for Municipalities; Support for Mental Health Initiatives; Family Day Free Fishing Weekend
  22. Legislative Report (31 January 2019) - Innovation and Technology Helping Province Grow; Helping Saskatchewan Cut Red Tape
  23. Legislative Report (17 January 2019) - Standing Up for Saskatchewan’s Economy
  24. Legislative Report (3 January 2019) - Optimistic Outlook for 2019; Improving Saskatchewan Infrastructure; Preparing for 2019 Camping Season

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