Greens Have Answer to Housing Crisis

Regina, Saskatchewan, Mar 6 — The Green Party of Saskatchewan (GPS) is demanding the Saskatchewan Party Government stop ignoring the growing rental housing crisis in this province. GPS Leader Victor Lau is appalled that elderly women and other renters at 2221 Robinson Street are effectively being thrown into the street with a 77 percent rent increase. “This kind of rent increase is unacceptable,” says Lau. “What if this encourages every landlord in Regina to raise their rent 77 percent in the coming year?”

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Meet The Leader - Saturday, April 6

Meet The Leader!
Victor Lau, Leader of the Green Party Of Saskatchewan

Saturday, April 6, 2022
1:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Committee Room – west end of Archerwill Centennial Centre, 100 1st Avenue West, Archerwill, SK

Come meet Victor and have a coffee with him!

Motorcycle owners are being punished

Regina, Saskatchewan, Feb 22 — SGI’s proposed 73 percent hike in insurance costs for Saskatchewan motorcycle owners looks like an act of punishment, according to the Green Party of Saskatchewan (GPS). Party Leader Victor Lau wants to know why motorcycle owners are being singled out. “The excuse that the sharp increase in insurance rates is based on an increase in motorcycles last year does not wash,” says Lau. “Why is the Wall Government using SGI to punish motorcycle owners? Perhaps it is because some Riders supported the Film Tax Credit at a Rally last year?” The move appears to single out motorcycle owners almost exclusively for a rate increase this year. Lau demands the Minister responsible for SGI, Donna Harpauer, come to her senses and not proceed with slapping motorcycle owners in the face with such a massive insurance hike.

Saskatchewan Employment Act slides toward slavery

Regina, Saskatchewan, Feb 19 — The Green Party of Saskatchewan (GPS) is shocked by a little known provision in the Saskatchewan Employment Act (SEA) regarding hours of work. The SEA gives employers (with government permission) the option of forcing employees to take one or two days of rest consecutively per week, if the workplace has more than 10 employees and the worker has worked more than 20 hours during the week. GPS Leader Victor Lau calls this “sliding toward slavery”.

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Annual Convention 2013 - Call for Resolutions and Nominations

Annual Convention 2013 will be held on Saturday, April 27, from 9am to 5pm, at the Craik Eco-Centre. All members in good standing are invited to submit resolutions and to nominate candidates for executive office. Please see details below regarding procedures and timeline.

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