Policy

A New Energy Policy
A GPS government, acting for Saskatchewan people, will gain control of our oil and gas reserves, oppose nuclear power, uranium mining and refining, and phase out electrical power from burning coal.

Climate Change
A GPS government will support the Kyoto Protocol through energy conservation, demand management, wind, solar, biomass, geothermal, and small hydro.
 
Agriculture and Food 
A GPS government will support ecological agriculture, marketing boards, co-ops, food security, and local processing and distribution.A GPS government will end subsidies to corporate agribusiness and support a move to organic agriculture.

Electoral Reform

A GPS government will Introduce proportional representation, limit campaign contributions to individuals, and limit size of individual contributions to political parties.
 
Taxation for Social Justice   
A GPS government will re-introduce a progressive tax system based on ability to pay, increase resource royalties, restore grants to municipalities, reduce property taxes, and move to eliminate user fees for public services. 

A New and Different Health Policy
A GPS government will follow policies based on prevention of illness, support for the five principles of Medicare, and the right of all to healthy food, clean water, clean air, good housing and a just standard of living 

A New Approach to Resource Development  
A GPS government will place an emphasis on local and Canadian ownership and control, sustainable development, sharing with Aboriginal communities, and ending subsidies to large transnational corporations.

Education Policy
A GPS government will restore provincial funding to school districts, support and fund pre-school programs, restore funding to post- secondary institutions, and reduce tuition for higher education to levels of the past, the lowest in Canada.