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Saskatchewan Provincial Budget 2015-16

The Honourable Ken Krawetz, Minister of Finance delivered the Budget to the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan on March 18, 2015.

This Budget is keeping Saskatchewan strong by investing in people and infrastructure. Saskatchewan will also continue to control government spending and achieve a balanced budget.

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1. Budget Highlights

The Provincial Budget 2015-16 sets out how the government is keeping Saskatchewan strong:

  • No tax increases
  • Controlling operating spending
  • Investing in infrastructure
  • Incentives for job creation
  • Balanced budget

The key highlights for this budget are below.

Saskatchewan Provincial Budget 2015-16 Highlights

Voir les faits saillants du budget provincial de la Saskatchewan 2015-2016.

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2. Budget Speech

The Minister of Finance tabled a balanced budget aimed at keeping Saskatchewan strong on March 18, 2015.

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3. Budget Documents

Find the Saskatchewan Provincial Budget and supporting documents below.

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4. Developing the Budget

The Provincial Budget details the government's finances and forecasts for the fiscal year that runs from April 1 to March 31. Government develops the Budget following the process outlined below.

Budget development flow chart

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