The official opposition was less than impressed with the Saskatchewan government after they announced they are taking the federal government to court over the carbon tax.
NDP leader Ryan Meili says the provincial government should have a back up plan in case the court case falls through.
Meili also says the government is confusing with their approach and relationship with the Feds.
“There is also a bit of irony that they are really wanting to challenge the federal government on this, but want the federal government to step in on other issues.” said Meili.
While Saskatchewan released their “Prairie Resilience” plan for climate change in November of 2017, Meili says the plan has a lot of holes in it and won’t work, adding it should be revised or redone before the court case takes place.