What's Cut?

Responsible governments do not slash and burn necessary services in order to service debt. An economic downturn is a good reason to protect and expand these services, not sell them off or cut them.

Below, you will find our ongoing research about the impact of the Wall Government's budget, 2017-18.

Education K-12

How cuts to Education K-12 in the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget, including operational spending, and wage cuts for education workers, and elimination of local school board independence, will affect our children's learning.

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Environment

Our analysis of cuts to the Provincial Pastures Program, Provincial Forests, M of E staff, and Parks in the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget.

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Healthcare

How cuts to healthcare in the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget, including long-term care, audiology, podiatry services, pastoral services and many other areas, will likely affect residents of our province.

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Housing

How cuts to housing supports in the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget, including the Saskatchewan Housing Corporation, Graduate Retention Program First Home Plan, and other housing-related cuts will affect us.

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Income Assistance

How cuts to income supports in the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget, including the Transitional Employment Allowance (TEA), elimination of funeral coverage for social assistance beneficiaries, and other income-assistance programs will hurt us.

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Mental Health and Addictions

Our analysis of cuts to the Mental Health and Addictions Services and Community Based Organizations to deliver them, in the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget.

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Municipal Cutbacks

What the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget takes away from cities and towns.

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Post-secondary Education

What the Saskatchewan 2017-18 budget takes away from post-secondary institutions and students.

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SAID and SES cuts

Shelter Benefits Cut for Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability (SAID) Beneficiaries and Saskatchewan Employment Supplement (SES) Cut.

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