We you aware that in December 2010, BC Hydro customers were told to expect a near 30% price increase over the next 3 years? Government critics attribute the increase to failed Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) and "the government forcing BC Hydro to buy expensive power from the private sector, instead of generating more power itself through public projects."Why would the Brad Wall government want to make the same mistakes other provinces have made?Only 3 months after BC residents were told to expect price increases, the Saskatchewan Party government entered into a 20-year PPA with Ontario-based ...
It is clear that the people of Saskatchewan are being deceived. Our current government has made many claims regarding the future of Crown Corporations in Saskatchewan. One of which was a statement from our current Premier stating “Crowns are not going to be privatized and (subsidiaries) are not going to be wound down.” Our current government`s actions have been nothing but contrary to this statement.Merriam Webster defines the word privatize as the process “to make private; especially to change (as a business or industry) from public to private control or ownership.&rdq...
Campaign co-ordinator Jennifer Britton joined John Gormley live to discuss the "Hey Buddy, This Isn't Alberta" billboards which are being displayed throughout the province including Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Moose Jaw currently. Minister Ken Chevaldayoff responded to the interview, followed by comments from various callers....
Saskatchewan is a very unique place to live, due largely to the foundation created by our Crown Corporations. Our provincial coat of arms includes a motto reading “Multis e gentibus vires” or “From Many People’s Strength”. It is very apparent that we have a history of doing things cooperatively in this province with the benefits reaching out to every single citizen. We don’t want to be any other province, and the grass truly may not be so much greener on the other side. Billboards went up in Regina, Saskatoon, Prince Albert, and Moose Jaw in late December, ...
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- Hey Buddy
- Just Energy
- Moose Jaw
- Natural Gas
- Rate Increase
- Sask First
- Sask Party