Saskatchewan Party Rhetoric Challenged By National Bank
In this release, Wall claims that the New Democrats have NO fiscal plan!
Well - well - well.
Here is what the National Bank of Canada had to say about the last 14 provincial budgets that the Saskatchewan NDP have delivered:
SASKATCHEWAN BUDGET - A FAMILY BUDGET
• Saskatchewan has brought down a 14th straight budget showing a surplus in the General Revenue Fund.
• A surplus is budgeted for 2007-08, achieved by a draw from the Fiscal Stabilization Fund.
• Total operating expenses are budgeted at $7.79 billion in 2007-08, an increase of 1.4% from the current 2006-07 estimate.
National Bank of Canada
March 22, 2007
The Saskatchewan Party has no credibility when it comes to financial matters. Their leader, Brad Wall, served as a ministerial assistant in the crime plagued Grand Devine government which never balanced even ONE budget during their nine years in power in the late 1980's.