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Entertainment Most memorable maternity red carpet moments

15:46  07 october  2020
15:46  07 october  2020 Source:   wonderwall.com

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Perhaps the most surprising thing about the Saskatchewan 2020 election is the flurry of announcements from Scott Moe’s Saskatchewan Party.

Ryan Meili wearing a suit and tie: Saskatchewan is the only province with a general election slated for this year. Incumbent Scott Moe and the Sask. Party will be seeking reelection against challenger Ryan Meili of the NDP. © Provided by Leader Post Saskatchewan is the only province with a general election slated for this year. Incumbent Scott Moe and the Sask. Party will be seeking reelection against challenger Ryan Meili of the NDP.

As a governing party far enough ahead in the polls that could have coasted by without promising much of anything, Moe’s wide array of promises is even more surprising in that he’s already talked about austerity in the face of a $2.1-billion 2020-21 deficit.

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Evidently, costly NDP promises — many of them made before the official start of the campaign a week ago — has left the Sask. Party feeling it, too, has wiggle room to promise a lot and still be austere.

So let us take a moment today to do a quick tally of the hundreds of millions promised by both parties after a mere week of this campaign:

One can argue that NDP promises actually began as early as June 11, when the NDP first announced its “People First Recovery plan for COVID-19” that was followed by a July 29 NDP news release on education calling for: “fixed COVID-19 testing”; “smaller class sizes”; “dedicated funding” for busing, staffing and support staff including substitute teachers and alternate learning and adequate cleaning and personal protective wear.

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The NDP didn’t outline costs, but in fairness, this pre-campaign promise likely had a role in the Sask. Party government announcement for “serious money” to schools for cleaning and PPE equipment.

Then came a flurry of NDP announcements last month including: $25/day child care and 2,200 new spaces ( Sept. 4 ); $100 rebates for every SGI policy holder and cutting auto insurance rates by seven per cent ( Sept. 10, a policy the government says would cost the Crown $115 million in reserves plus an annual $70-million saving to motorists) ; enacting legislation to end two-tiered health care including private, two-for-one MRI clinics ( Sept. 16 , no direct costing); getting SaskPower to explore base load thermal power ( Sept. 17 ); $5 million to hire 50 more mental health specialists and $5 million more to school divisions for child psychologist services previously cut ( Sept. 21 ); “capping” corporate and union donations ( Sept. 23 ), and; $10 million to “ reopen the rural emergency rooms” and another $10 million to address chronic rural hospital short staffing with additional unspecified capital funding to “fix crumbling rural hospital infrastructure” and address training ( Sept. 25 ).

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Since last Tuesday’s election call, the Sask. Party has tried to catch up in the promise game and the NDP has just kept on promising.

A day after the election call, Moe promised on Sept. 30 a 10.5-per-cent tax rebate on home renovations up to $20,000 — a promise that quickly drew comparisons to the massive $7,000 home renovation grants and seven-per-cent cap on $70,000 mortgages promised by the Progressive Conservative government of 1986. (It should be noted that this is far less costly to government coffers than what government was promising 34 years ago and — like many Sask. Party promises — is capped at just one year that will likely limit the number of applicants.)

The next day on Oct. 1 , Moe and the Sask. Party were promising a one-year, 10-per-cent rebate on SaskPower bills paid for through the general revenue fund. Not to be outdone, the NDP promised to spend $125 million for school divisions to hire 1,000 teachers, 750 educational assistants and 400 caretakers.

On Oct. 2, the NDP added to its education spending with a $3-million rural education strategy. The NDP also laid out its accountability strategy that included a public inquiry into the Global Transportation Hub, repeating its ban on corporate and union donations, calling for stronger conflict of interest rules for MLAs and closing lobbyist loopholes. (Costs of the latter governance issues have not been detailed.) Meanwhile, the Sask. Party unveiled a big-ticket item in the Saskatchewan Advantage Scholarship for post-secondary students that will offer students $750 per year.

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The NDP promised on Oct. 3 to enact pay equity legislation while banning employee dress codes at workplaces (that would include things like high heels and short skirts at restaurants). It is another promise with an ill-defined cost to taxpayers, although the pay equity portion most certainly will be seen by employers as a cost. However, the Sask. Party that day imposed a direct cost to government coffers in its call to reduce small business tax rate from two per cent to zero for two years, then one per cent until July 2023.

The Oct. 5 resumption of the campaign saw yet another big ticket promise from the Sask. Party in the resumption of the Active Families Benefit (something it dispensed with in the 2017 budget) of $150 per year per child (or $200 for children with disabilities). The Sask. Party also promised 750 new childcare spaces. The NDP called for the hiring of 1,000 health care workers.

On Oct. 6, Moe unveiled a plan for individualized autism funding to children under age 12 and $6,000 a year for children six to 11 years old. The NDP promised “the best home care in Canada” with the hiring of 700 additional home care staff for medical care, cleaning, cooking, and repair assistance.

All of this, after one week campaigning for a province facing a $24-billion public debt. Good luck, voters.

Mandryk is the political columnist for the Regina Leader-Post and Saskatoon StarPhoenix.

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