This week, Moe gave a press conference with the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP), where he released a report on the cost of the federal government of Canada to Saskatchewan, and the history of the Saskatchewan-Canada relationship. One problem: They completely neglected to so much as mention First Nations as part of this relationship. [Continue]
From @prairietara@birdsite : For any Canadians who are feeling smug about our right to safe abortion, don’t forget that Scott Moe, Premier of Saskatchewan, is also anti-choice. How many other of our Canadian conservative politicians hold the same misogynist, anti-choice beliefs? #skpoli #cdnpoli It can happen here.
Here’s an interesting thread on how Scott Moe’s Sask Party has been dishonest to the public about what is being funded, how much funding is or isn’t changing and where the funding comes from in the provincial budget.
Using the Education Act to block public health measures. This is definitely not what the Education Act was ever intended to do.
*edit* Saskboy has similar thoughts on his blog.
from yxemd , apparently : Needless to say, this week is the worst week of covid cases so far, and Saskatchewan has been setting all kinds of covid records. And yet, this is the week the Moe government decided to loosen what little protections we have on community spread of covid. This is hitting a [Continue]
A pretty good article today from the Regina Leader Post, here’s one relevant excerpt: “Numbers no longer matter because Moe and his government are suffering from some collective confirmation bias telling them not to believe what the numbers are saying.“
Scott Moe made The Beaverton today
Pressprogress has a good article today on Scott Moe’s covid public policy blunders, from start to finish.