Saskatchewan’s latest provincial budget aims to balance the books on the backs of the province’s lowest earners, including seniors and students.
The Sask Party budget outlines extensive cuts to critical programs and services, such as a 5% reduction in base operational funding for provincial post-secondary institutions; a 6.7% cut to Saskatchewan’s education budget; and the amalgamation of the province’s 12 health regions to a single authority.
The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour will hold its Young Workers’ Conference in Regina, April 28-29, 2017, at the Ramada Hotel. PSAC Prairies will fund up to two Saskatchewan members to attend the conference. If you are interested in attending, please complete the attached expression of interest form by March 28, 2017 and email it to email@example.com.
The provincial government is trying to blame working people for their deficit. Privatization, contracting out, layoffs, sell-offs, and attacking public sector workers hurts Saskatchewan. Make your voice heard and support the Own It! campaign by sending the following letter to Premier Brad Wall.
We are currently seeking nominations for representatives and alternates for the following Saskatchewan Federation of Labour Committees:
Occupational Health and Safety/Workers’ Compensation
Solidarity & Pride
Pensions & Benefits
Using the attached forms, please identify which committee you are interested in, your component, local number and your experience in that particular area.