Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Sask Government Wants Input

The Saskatchewan government has so much money it doesn't know what to do with it. In fact, the premier is asking for public input this summer.

Sharing the Benefits

New opportunities and prospects are on our province’s horizon. We are experiencing unprecedented economic growth, and your provincial government is working to ensure everyone shares the benefits of our new prosperity.

I invite you to share your thoughts and ideas about what we should do with the benefits of growth. Please submit your comments by clicking the Submission Form link below. Your response will be completely confidential, but rest assured all submissions will be given careful consideration as we develop our plan to sustain and share these prosperous times.

Submissions will be accepted until September 1st.

Thank you for taking the time to provide us with your thoughts and ideas.

Premier Brad Wall

To tell us what you think please click on the Submission Form.

Columnist Murray Mandryk is suggesting debt reduction and a basic personal exemption. The CTF agrees, as shown by previous commentary and our prebudget submission.

MLA Jim Reiter is also asking for input on the education portion of property tax by September 1. Click here for contact info.

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