Upcoming Events

Regina Rosemont Greens Campaign Meeting

Come out and help volunteer for the campaign of Sara Piotrofsky, your Saskatchewan Green Party candidate in Regina Rosemont.

Monday September 15, 2014
Atlantis Coffee, 1992 Hamilton Street, Regina, SK

1st candidate school

everything begins at 8pm. If you can't make it, there will be a second candidate school on saturday,Sept 20, details to follow soon. for those who can't make it, the content of the schools will be sent out to you asap.

Monday September 15, 2014
atlantis coffee

Meet Melville-Saltcoats Saskatchewan Green Party candidate!

Drinks with George Wooldridge, Saskatchewan Green Party candidate

Tuesday September 16, 2014
Waverly Hotel, Melville Sask

2nd Candidate Training School

Come prepared to learn how to be a candidate, do bring you own lunch also.

Saturday September 20, 2014
10:00am – 4:00pm
St. Matthew's Anglican Church, 2161 Winnipeg Street, Regina, Sk

The Future is You!

Monday September 15, 2014

Wall Government should learn from failed Regina low-income housing project

Wednesday September 10, 2014

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party wants the Wall Government to learn a hard lesson from the failed low-income housing project in Regina. The government walked away from 48 housing units built by Deveraux Developments after a contract dispute emerged. Sask Greens Leader Victor Lau says the province should turn towards building smaller, eco-homes for low-income families on a ‘rent-to-own-basis’. “Pride of home ownership is a very big thing for people from one end of Saskatchewan to another,” says Lau. “Giving low-income families in Regina a chance to own a home through a ‘rent-to-own’ program would make a huge difference in the lives of those families.” Lau says that with the high cost of living in Regina, many low-income families would jump at the opportunity to own a smaller eco-home if it was a ‘rent-to-own’ situation."

For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.

Premier Wall urged to intervene in Saskatoon Transit Crisis; Public Inquiry also needed

Monday September 8, 2014

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party is asking the Premier of Saskatchewan to intervene in the Saskatoon Transit crisis. “We are witnessing the collapse of the public transit system in one of our major cities,” says Saskatchewan Greens Leader Victor Lau. “Thousands of people rely on city buses to get to and from work, and simply to get from point A to point B.” Lau points out that a city the size of Saskatoon will send potential newcomers and investors the wrong message, if this crisis is allowed to continue indefinitely.

Besides helping identify and acquire the resources that the City of Saskatoon needs now to fix its crippled transit system, Lau is also asking the Premier and SaskBuilds Minister Gord Wyant to launch a Public Inquiry into this crisis. “The big question that needs to be asked – where is the money going that should be going into Saskatoon’s public transit system? Steps need to be taken to prevent this disaster from ever happening again.”

For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345.