It Is Time for Compassion

Scott Moe’s Covid-19 management has been faulty from day one, putting the economic needs of big business ahead of the public and worker safety. However, it’s still not too late to do the right thing. “We should immediately implement a provincial Guaranteed Livable Income”, states Naomi Hunter, leader of the Saskatchewan Green Party, “our SaskatchewanContinue reading “It Is Time for Compassion”

Green Party of Canada’s Saskatchewan Candidates for 2021

Vote Green in the federal election! Your Green candidate is listed alphabetically by electoral district and every electoral district has a candidate. We will be pleased to forward your questions to them through info@saskgreen.ca. Battlefords-Lloydminster: Kerri Wall Carlton Trail-Eagle Creek: Cherese Reemaul Cypress Hills-Grasslands: Carol Vandale Desnethe-Missinippi-Churchill River: Nasser Dean Chalifoux Moose Jaw-Lake Centre-Lanigan: IsaiahContinue reading “Green Party of Canada’s Saskatchewan Candidates for 2021”

SGP Leader Naomi Hunter and Her Ten Year Plan

Saskatchewan Issues Hunter discussed three main issue areas with Global Green News which she believes are essential to the current and future politics of Saskatchewan. The three issue areas were identified as; standing with Indigenous Peoples, green energy and water security. She stressed that these are not the only issues that must be focused onContinue reading “SGP Leader Naomi Hunter and Her Ten Year Plan”

Foam Lake Pride Parade 2021

A Pride Parade in Foam Lake? Yes! When 9-year-old Asha was denied attending the Regina Pride Parade her can-do attitude said, “Let’s have one here then.” Asha and her mother told Naomi Hunter, Leader of the Saskatchewan Green Party (SGP), they thought maybe four people would attend. Attendance far exceeded four. The Foam Lake mayor,Continue reading “Foam Lake Pride Parade 2021”

Greens Call for Action on Asbestos Cement Water Pipes

Green Party leaders are demanding action and answers on tens of thousands of old asbestos cement water pipes in Canada. The pipes were installed decades ago. Federal studies show the pipes can contain up to 20% asbestos fibres, that they deteriorate with age, and can release fibres into the water causing a “health concern.” TheContinue reading “Greens Call for Action on Asbestos Cement Water Pipes”

Sask Green Party Executive Candidates

Dear SGP Members, The two presidential candidates are both experienced activists living in Saskatoon. In order of nomination date, they are David Greenfield and Barry Dickie. For their biographies and others please visit Meet Your Executive Team. President: David Greenfield President: Barry Dickie Already elected by acclamation are: Deputy Leader: Victor Lau Vice President: LarryContinue reading “Sask Green Party Executive Candidates”

Greens Support Regina’s Conversion Therapy Ban

The Saskatchewan Green Party has issued the following statement in support of banning the abusive practice known as “conversion therapy”. Thank-you City of Regina for joining a growing number of representative bodies ready and willing to enact laws for the protection of some of our most vulnerable citizens. “No one should face abuse for being whoContinue reading “Greens Support Regina’s Conversion Therapy Ban”

Time’s UP for Nuclear

Scott Moe signed a nuclear deal with nothing more than a few words in question period, and NO public consultation process. Even his predecessor Brad Wall held provincial public consultations when he wanted us to store nuclear waste. However, Scott Moe and the SaskParty seem to feel they don’t have to be accountable at allContinue reading “Time’s UP for Nuclear”

Moe Misses Mark, We All Lose

SGP on Budget 2021  The Saskatchewan Green Party has poured over the numbers and declares the 2021 Budget isn’t in the best interest of people or the environment. The SaskParty provincial budget doubles down on its anti-environmental corporate subsidies WHILE not spending anything on poverty relief. “We may as well just call this budget ‘Scott Moe punishes provinceContinue reading “Moe Misses Mark, We All Lose”