The Wall governent appears to be like a train going off its track. Therefore the time has come to make the Wall government more accountable.
Earlier this fall, the Wall government’s Throne Speech rolled out a plan for more economic growth and development across the province. But the government’s actions over the past few weeks seem totally unrelated to the content of the Throne Speech. A few examples of the strange agenda of this government includes but is not limited to:
• Unveiling labour changes at a business luncheon in Saskatoon,
• Allowing alcohol at strip clubs, but still without full frontal nudity,
• The partial privatization of ISC, and
• The potential for lowering the drinking age to 18.
Where did these ideas come from? What unites all of these government proposals and initiatives is that none of them include the release of any scientific research or reports to justify the reasoning for these moves. It is almost like the government is randomly drawing its legislative agenda from pieces of paper in a hat.
Meanwhile, there are no apparent signs of the government’s plan for growth. We need the Premier and his cabinet ministers to justify their reasons for not putting their plan for growth into action.
Victor Lau, Leader of the Green Party of Saskatchewan