Saskatchewan Green Party to Eliminate Poverty

Saskatchewan Green Party to Eliminate Poverty. “Not only is it the moral thing to do, it’s the most practical. Don’t ever let anyone say: ‘we can’t afford that.’, when in actuality we can’t afford not to!” – states Naomi Hunter, Saskatchewan Green Party Leader. Reference: The Green Party took the lead advocating for this yearsContinue reading “Saskatchewan Green Party to Eliminate Poverty”

Scott Moe releases a Complete Lack of a Plan for Schools Reopening.

FAILEducation Minister Gord Wyant doesn’t do homework, presents no plan to teachers. “This back to normal, non-plan by Moe and Wyant is quite frankly, reckless. All of Saskatchewan is endangered by it”, says Saskatchewan Green Party Leader, Naomi Hunter. “Parents are scared. Our schools are underfunded. Now, in the middle of a pandemic the bestContinue reading “Scott Moe releases a Complete Lack of a Plan for Schools Reopening.”

ENVIRONMENT MINISTER DUSTIN DUNCAN DENIES SASKATCHEWAN A CLEAN ENERGY FUTURE WITH CREATION OF NUCLEAR SECRETARIAT. “The Greens want the focus back on solar, wind and geothermal. Duncan’s government scrapped the best solar incentive plan In the country and are focusing on SMR’s (small nukes) that don’t even exist yet, and will take 10 years toContinue reading

Saskatchewan Premier Needs to Speak Out Against Racist Attacks

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party (SGP) is demanding Premier Moe speak out forcefully in condemning the racist attack on a 15 year old that happened recently in a public park in Saskatoon. Leader of the SGP Naomi Hunter states, “I am shocked to hear nothing from the Premier since this horrible racist incidentContinue reading “Saskatchewan Premier Needs to Speak Out Against Racist Attacks”

Naomi Hunter demands respect for legal election dates Media Release March 5, 2020  NAOMI HUNTER DEMANDS RESPECT FOR LEGAL ELECTION DATES  REGINA – Naomi Hunter and the Green Party are demanding that Scott Moe respect Saskatchewan’s election date legislation and to commit to holding the next provincial vote as scheduled on October 26. According toContinue reading