Upcoming Events

Regina Douglas Park Sask Greens Doorknocking

Victor Lau, the Saskatchewan Green Party candidate for Regina Douglas Park and his team go doorknocking every Tuesday and Wednesday from 5:00pm to 7:30pm You are welcome to join the team!

Tuesday April 28, 2015
Regina Douglas Park constituency

Karaoke Night with Larry Neufeld for Regina Lakeview

Karaoke with Zubazz - Godfather of Karaoke! Theme for the night is Masquerade Ball. Don't feel you need to just stick to ball gowns and suits for costumes though. Feel free to get creative on costumes! Prize will be given for best costume.

Tickets are $10.00 each to this event and allow you to compete for any of the prizes. If you need tickets contact myself or Monty Loree through Facebook or call 306-596-5071.

This is a fundraiser for my run as a Saskatchewan Green Party candidate in Regina Lakeview.

Wednesday April 29, 2015
8:00pm – 11:00pm
Four Seasons, 909 E Arcola Ave, Regina, SK

Victor Lau for Regina Douglas Park Ukrainian Dinner

Come out and meet Saskatchewan Green Party Leader Victor Lau, your candidate for Regina Douglas Park, and enjoy a great Ukrainian dinner at the same time! There will be two sittings, at 5:00 pm and and 6:30 pm. Tickets are $30.00 each.

Sunday May 31, 2015
5:00pm – 8:00pm
Core Ritchie Neighbourhood Centre, 445 14th Ave, Regina, SK

The Future is You!

Premier Wall questioned on need for nuclear reactor for Saskatchewan

Wednesday April 22, 2015

Regina, Saskatchewan – The Saskatchewan Green Party questions Premier Brad Wall on his recent statement that it’s time to “revisit” nuclear energy for our province. Party Leader Victor Lau says the timing is odd, given that the province just finished investing about $1.4-billion in the ‘clean coal’ project at Estevan. “Given all of the money spent to build the ‘clean coal’ project, where would the province find the estimated $10-billion minimum needed to build a nuclear reactor?” asks Lau. “The resources simply don’t exist to build something on that scale.” Lau also questions the Premier saying that nuclear energy is clean. “Nuclear energy is not clean. Uranium is radioactive. The nuclear waste that is left over from producing nuclear energy is not easy to store and is unwanted in this province.” Lau reiterates that the Saskatchewan Green Party believes there will never be a good time to ‘revisit’ nuclear energy for Saskatchewan, and that we have the potential to create many more jobs in this province producing renewable energy like solar, wind and geothermal; there are already more people in Canada employed in creating renewable energy than who work in the oilsands in northern Alberta. “Diversifying into the production of renewable energy and energy storage is major economic development that Saskatchewan shouldn’t miss out on. It is what the world is asking for and we should supply it.”

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

Special focus needed to address issues of Senior Citizens in Saskatchewan

Tuesday April 21, 2015

Regina, Saskatchewan – A Saskatchewan Green Party government would make Real Change happen by appointing one of its own MLAs the Legislative Secretary for Assisted Living. The mandate of this role would be to make sure all Cabinet Ministers are working together to solve the many issues facing Senior Citizens in our province. But Party Leader Victor Lau says the Legislative Secretary for Assisted Living would do more than monitor the activities of cabinet ministers. “Feedback that our candidates are getting from voters is that a growing number of seniors are terrified of the idea of being admitted to a long term care facility,” says Lau. “Therefore this Legislative Secretary will be researching and distributing information that we hope seniors will find useful in terms of living independently and staying healthy so they don’t have to be admitted to long term care homes.” Lau says the Legislative Secretary would be expected to file quarterly reports with the Legislative Assembly and would be able to suggest programs or strategies aimed at helping seniors live in their own homes for as long as possible. Real Change happens in Saskatchewan when people have more healthy living choices.

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

Saskatchewan Crop Insurance should be expanded to include all farm-related insurance

Monday April 20, 2015

Regina, Saskatchewan – A Saskatchewan Green Party government will bring Real Change to rural Saskatchewan by expanding the Crop Insurance program to include options to buy insurance for all farm-related matters. This would include insurance for flooding, livestock, specialty crops and farm machinery. Party Leader Victor Lau says Crop Insurance should be able to meet the insurance needs of all farmers. “For example, farmers shouldn’t only be insured for loss of crops due to a hail storm,” says Lau. “In order for farmers to have a successful year, many elements beyond their control must fall into place. Having insurance coverage for most aspects of farm life will improve their ability to earn a living.” Our party’s plans to expand the mandate of Crop Insurance are included in our Real Change platform document for the next provincial election. Real change for rural people begins with electing a Saskatchewan Green Party government.

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