Upcoming Events

2nd Annual Regina Douglas Park SaskGreens Chinese New Year Party

Help Saskatchewan Green Party Leader Victor Lau celebrate the arrival of the Year of the Monkey! Tickets are $60 each. The cutoff for ticket sales is February 10, 2016. Please let us know right away if you would like to purchase tickets for this exciting event! A tax receipt will be issued for a $30 portion of each ticket.

Wednesday February 17, 2016
6:00pm
Four Seas Restaurant, 1779 Rose St, Regina, SK

Fundraiser - Larry Neufeld - Candidate

This is a get together to support Larry Neufeld - Saskatchewan Green Party... enjoy a meal, or just have coffee, and then make a donation to his campaign fund... this is the time to contribute as we have a lot of work to do getting the campaign message out there.

For those who can't make it to the event you can also make a donation through Larry's crowdfunding site on Fundrazr at https://fundrazr.com/campaigns/9v616

Time to paint the town Green!

Wednesday March 2, 2016
6:30pm
Houston Pizza, 3422 Hill Ave. Regina SK, Regina, SK

The Future is You!

Saskatchewan Green Party supports effort to stop spread of Aquatic Invasive Mussels into our province

Friday February 12, 2016

Regina, Saskatchewan – A Saskatchewan Green Party Government would actively work for Real Change with municipalities across the province to stop the entry of Aquatic Invasive Mussels into Saskatchewan. The AIM to STAB or Aquatic Invasive Mussels – Stop Them At the Borders is a coalition of municipalities in the province working together to stop Zebra and Quagga mussels from taking over bodies of water and waterways in Saskatchewan. Party Leader Victor Lau says no effort must be spared to stop these mussels from entering our province. “It would be best to stop Zebra and Quagga mussels from ever entering Saskatchewan,” says Lau. “Our government would implement awareness of the mussels and robust border checks.” Lau commends the RM of Good Lake #274 near Canora for passing a motion to support the AIM to STAB campaign. A Sask Green Party government would also use the Participatory Democracy process to get more ideas from citizens on how to stop the Zebra and Quagga mussels from entering Saskatchewan. Real Change means taking preventative action to preserve our way of life.

For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345 or John Murney at (306)551-0531.

Saskatchewan people need to know why GTH overspent on land in 2014

Tuesday February 9, 2016

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Global Transportation Hub (GTH) spent $103-thousand on 204 acres of land in 2014 and Saskatchewan people deserve to know why. The current provincial government needs to be more forthcoming about what motivated this huge expense. Saskatchewan Green Party Leader Victor Lau says OAT, or Open, Accountable and Transparent principles need to be applied to bring about Real Change to public expenditures in Saskatchewan. “$103,000 per acre is a lot to spend on land when the appraised value was as low as $30,000,” says Lau. “What reason would the GTH have for spending the people’s money like this?” Lau hopes GTH Minister Bill Boyd will disclose the reason for this huge expense discrepancy right away. Real Change means being direct with the people of Saskatchewan, and not creating boondoggles like the $1.5-billion Carbon Capture project. Voters have their opportunity to vote for Real Change on April 4th.

For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345 or John Murney at (306)551-0531.

Why did Global Transportation Hub spend $103,000 per acre on 204 acres of land?

Thursday February 4, 2016

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party wants to know why the Global Transportation Hub (GTH) spent $103,000 per acre to buy 204 acres of land in 2014. The land had previously been appraised by the Ministry of Highways to be worth $30,000 to $35,000 an acre while the GTH appraised the property at $51,000 to $65,000 per acre. Party Leader Victor Lau says based on those appraisals, it appears the GTH overpaid for the land. “Why did the Global Transportation Hub pay about three times the appraised value for that land?” asks Lau. “The people of Saskatchewan deserve to know if their money, the taxes they paid, is being spent in an appropriate way.” Lau says a Saskatchewan Green Party Government would bring Real Change to public expenditures by putting all proposed spending under the OAT principles. OAT stands for Open, Accountable and Transparent. If proposed spending can’t be justified, it won’t happen under a Sask Green Party Government. The money spent on this land is a reminder of other questionable spending by this government, like the $1.5-billion Carbon Capture fiasco that continues to lose money. Saskatchewan could have avoided deficit spending if the people’s money hadn’t been spent so poorly.

For more information, please contact Victor Lau at (306)737-5345 or John Murney at (306)551-0531.

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