The Premier-Designate of Saskatchewan is ready to get going.
Scott Moe met Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield at Government House in Regina Monday and was granted permission to form government.
After he’s sworn in later this week, Moe says there’s several important matters to address, like party unity and fiscal responsibility.
“We’re in our budget development here, obviously for this spring and there’s been certain commitments that have been poked forward in this leadership campaign by myself. I’ve have also talked to and will be consulting with the other leadership candidates as well as there is some good policy initiatives I think that were put forward in this campaign as well, not all by me, some by some of the other candidates.” Said Moe
A prominent promise Moe campaigned on was the removal of a provincial sales tax on insurance, especially crop and hail, health and life insurance.