Sask. politicians look ahead to 2016 after session ends

Global News

REGINA – Both Premier Brad Wall and Opposition NDP leader Cam Broten say they’re looking forward to the next provincial election, likely to be held in April 2016.

But how far has either side moved the needle on issues like health care or the economy?

Most NDP criticisms over the last seven months focused on seniors care, with other matters like costly ambulance trips resulting in what Broten often calls a “crisis” in the health system.

After the legislative session wrapped up Thursday, Wall acknowledged there’s work to be done in health care, but says he expected to hear more of the NDP’s vision for the economy.

“The next election is not going to be about, ‘Who’s going to be the next health minister?’ The next election will be about the government the people think will continue to move the province forward,” Wall said.

Broten argues his caucus has…

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