Perhaps this is a sneak preview of what is to come.
Saskatchewan Premier Lorne Calvert says lowering taxes isn't the only way to make the province competitive.
He told the province's business community that it needs to offer competitive wages to retain staff and to better train young people.
Calvert says businesses should pay their workers more. According to the Business Tax Review Committee, Calvert is dead wrong.
Actually, I am coming around to The Party's point of view. Seriously, do you really believe having the highest business taxes on the continent hurts our competitiveness? Get with the program people! The responsibility for our lagging economy and shrinking population lies with the landowner class and the stingy salaries paid to workers. If only the owners would open the purse strings, Saskatchewan would be actually growing.
It's pretty rich that these comments come on the day that new StatsCan data shows Saskatchewan is bleeding jobs despite a "red hot" economy.