Premier Scott Moe was in Yorkton this evening (Tues).
He was at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre discussing which pieces of infrastructure are in need of an upgrade or replacing. Infrastructure that’s up for discussion include replacing the aging Yorkton Regional Health Centre and building a new school.
Premier Moe stated that the Saskatchewan government is committed to building around the strengths of the province in order to create a stronger province.
Premier Moe also had a few words to say about the LNG Pipeline protests and the affects it has on rail transportation across the nation. With agri-food products, potash and manufactured goods stuck on trains, the Saskatchewan economy will feel a hit for a long time, even once trains start running again.
Moe calls it a challenging time for the nation, and expects to get leadership from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and if not from him, then from the other premiers at their Council of Federation Meeting tomorrow.