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Released on May 14, 2021
A provincial budget that protects, builds and grows Saskatchewan and a Re-Opening Roadmap that charts a course through the end of the pandemic based on high vaccination rates were the highlights of the spring legislative sitting, which wrapped up today in Regina.
Premier Scott Moe said the 2021-22 Budget provides historic investments in health, education, infrastructure and economic recovery, while at the same time continuing work toward the government's commitment to balance the budget by 2026-27.
"We have a framework in place to ensure Saskatchewan has a strong economic recovery coming out of the pandemic," Moe said. "We now have a roadmap to lead those reopening efforts, bring back jobs, and get Saskatchewan back on the path of strong economic growth, where we were before the pandemic started.
"We have a plan to get Saskatchewan back to normal, and in Saskatchewan, normal means a growing economy and more jobs."
A number of companies announced large economic projects during the spring sitting, including:
During the spring session, Saskatchewan continued to roll out the strongest vaccination program in Canada.
"Our healthcare workers have done a tremendous job in getting as many people vaccinated as quickly as possible," Moe said. "Throughout this session, the number of doses administered doubled from 225 thousand to 550 thousand and as more people become vaccinated and life begins to return to normal, we know that our best days are ahead."
Highlights from the government's legislative, budget and policy agenda this session include:
This legislative session also saw the government fulfill 14 of its campaign commitments including:
For more information, contact:Julie Leggott
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