Saskatchewan - News Releases
Rooftop Patio and "Living Walls" Part of SaskPower Plan
September 17, 2014The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) released a SaskPower document today that outlines a partial cost breakdown for the proposed $143 million refurbishment of the crown corporation’s Regina head office.
CTF’s Debt Clock Campus Tour Arrives in Saskatchewan to Highlight Federal Debt
September 16, 2014REGINA, SK: Today the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF), as part of its Generation Screwed campaign, brought its iconic, 12-foot long Debt Clock to the University of Regina as part of its second annual Debt Clock Campus Tour.
Labour Day Reality Check: Stealth Pension Bailouts Costing Taxpayers a Fortune (SK)
August 28, 2014With Labour Day just around the corner, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) released new numbers today on “stealth bailouts” for government employee pension plans.
Time for Ottawa to Pass Gas Tax Accountability Act
May 15, 2014CTF Holds 16th Annual Gas Tax Honesty Day press conferences in front of MP offices, pushes for all federal fuel taxes to be spent on roads
CTF Calls for Convicted Politicians to Lose Pensions in Saskatchewan
April 14, 2014The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) urged the Saskatchewan Government today to copy a piece of legislation being considered in Ottawa; Bill 518, the Protecting Taxpayers and Revoking Pensions of Convicted Politicians Act. If passed, the legislation would strip federal politicians of their golden pensions if they are caught stealing or committing serious crimes while in office.
Docs Show Affordability Not Part Of Regina's Budget Process
February 06, 2014The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) released a freedom of information response today that notes a fundamental flaw with the City of Regina’s budget process: the city does not seem to take affordability into account when determining city-wide property tax increases.
Time for Wall Government to Address Pension Problem
January 23, 2014The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) released an open letter to Premier Wall today urging his government to protect taxpayers by finishing pension reform initiated by the NDP government of Allan Blakeney in the last 1970s.
Sask Chief Who Opposed Transparency Bill Makes More Than Premier Wall
December 10, 2013The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) released documents today showing Saskatchewan’s most outspoken chief against the federal government’s new reserve transparency law made more than Premier Brad Wall in 2011-12.