Premier Brad Wall is in a two-day meeting with MLAs to discuss policy direction. For the first time, there's strong indication the Saskatchewan government is considering a debt repayment schedule.
Wall said he has received about 1,200 responses so far from the public to government and Sask. Party queries for opinions about what should be done with extra revenue. It has split roughly one third each between debt, infrastructure and taxes, he said.This is something the CTF suggested to the province and you can too, if you click here.
The government will lay out a financial plan in the fall and Wall said he likes "the discipline of a debt-reduction, debt-elimination plan" with time frames and targets for the remaining $4.7 billion in debt.