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Spring Sitting To Begin on April 6 With Tabling of Provincial Budget

Released on January 28, 2021

Premier Scott Moe today announced that the government has written to the Speaker asking that the spring sitting of the Legislative Assembly commence on Tuesday, April 6, with the 2021-22 provincial budget to be tabled that day.

“The new budget will be the main focus of the spring sitting,” Moe said.  “It will be a budget designed to see Saskatchewan through the rest of the pandemic and then into a strong economic recovery as we get more of our population vaccinated and life returns to normal.

“The budget will make important investments in health, education, infrastructure and our economic recovery, while at the same time continuing to work toward our commitment to balance the budget by 2024.”

The spring sitting is expected to last eight weeks, concluding in late May.


For more information, contact:

Julie Leggott
Executive Council and Office of the Premier
Phone: 306-787-9619

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