The Saskatchewan Party released its full election platform on Saturday, promising to “keep Saskatchewan strong” by rebuilding a rainy day fund and paying down debt.
Over the past few weeks, the party has made a number of policy announcements, including the Highways 2020 Plan to repair more of Saskatchewan’s highways, a plan to help graduates purchase their first home and individualized funding for young children with autism spectrum disorder.
Now the party is adding to those commitments, saying it will use oil revenues to put $500 million in the province’s rainy day fund when the price of oil exceeds $75 U.S. per barrel. In a release, the Sask. Party explained that when the Growth and Financial Security Fund gets to that…
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