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”

Stop Harmful Bills

The Saskatchewan Green Party is calling for the provincial government to cancel Bill 15 and Bill 21 immediately. The Ministry of Justice has hidden its proposals for permanent cuts to tenants’ protection from eviction. Last December it hid these inhumane cuts behind claims of improved tenant protection from sexual violence. Naomi Hunter states, “As Leader of theContinue reading “Stop Harmful Bills”

Game Over, Serious Work Ahead

The Supreme Court ruling against Scott Moe and other conservative premiers’ challenge to a federal carbon tax is great news for Saskatchewan, Canada and the world.  “Environmentalists in our province rejoiced at this decision. After all, pricing carbon is a great tool to wield in our fight against climate change,” states Naomi Hunter, leader ofContinue reading “Game Over, Serious Work Ahead”

It’s Past Time for a Guaranteed Livable Income

The Saskatchewan Green Party thanks former Premier Lorne Calvert for helping reposition the left on this issue. Naomi Hunter, SGP leader, states: “It is very refreshing to see a former NDP Premier of Saskatchewan endorse GLI.” During the 2020 provincial election campaign, Guaranteed Livable Income was a prominent part of the Green platform. By contrast,Continue reading “It’s Past Time for a Guaranteed Livable Income”

SGP Electoral Reform for a Fair and Just Transition

On February 1, 2017 Prime Minister Justin Trudeau broke his promise to make the 2015 using first-past-the-post. The Saskatchewan Green Party promise of electoral reform would replace our obsolete first-past-the-post voting system with proportional representation (PR). PR would ensure Saskatchewan voices had proportional representation in the legislature– diverse voices working collaboratively towards just, fair, andContinue reading “SGP Electoral Reform for a Fair and Just Transition”

Our SGP Supernatural Saskatchewan Superstar

Read Part 1 and Part 2 of Global Green News interviews with superstar SGP Leader Naomi Hunter. Some highlights: Q: Why is Saskatchewan a perfect place to confront the climate crisis? What are the environmental issues that are faced? A: Saskatchewan currently has the largest per capita emissions in Canada yet we could lead theContinue reading “Our SGP Supernatural Saskatchewan Superstar”

Scott Moe Bullies Regina City Council

In an unsurprising turn of events, Premier Moe threatens Regina with loss of funding and operating capital to which it is entitled. “I think Scott Moe should mind his business not the oil and gas sector’s”, admonishes Naomi Hunter, leader of the Saskatchewan Green Party. “A leader that goes after our Capital City like that,Continue reading “Scott Moe Bullies Regina City Council”

Did You Vote Green?

The Greens are grassroots democracy in action. We need to mobilize and make sure every party sees Climate Action as the number one issue moving forward. We need to work for and with YOU and others to ensure that our collective voice forces all political parties in our province to realize that this is anContinue reading “Did You Vote Green?”