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You won’t believe what Saskatchewan NDP just did in Regina!

You won’t believe what Saskatchewan NDP just did in Regina!

The Saskatchewan NDP Annual Convention a Success

The Saskatchewan NDP recently held its annual convention in Regina, which was deemed a great success. The convention saw a record number of attendees, including many new members. Judy Bradley, President of the Saskatchewan NDP, expressed her excitement over the convention’s achievements.

During the convention, there were various guest speakers, including representatives from SARM, SUMA, STF, doctors, and steelworkers. The event focused on community engagement and listening to the needs and concerns of the people. Saskatchewan NDP leader Carla Beck highlighted the top-of-mind issues for Saskatchewan residents, such as cost of living, affordability, job opportunities, and healthcare.

Education Critic Addresses Classroom Concerns

Matt Love, the Saskatchewan NDP education critic, emphasized the pressing issues faced by teachers in the province. Overcrowded classrooms and the challenges of addressing complex student needs were among the main concerns. Love criticized the government for failing to address these needs and engaging in meaningful discussions with teachers.

Saskatchewan NDP Promises to Reverse Education Cuts

Love stated that the NDP government would work to reverse the years of underfunding and cuts in Saskatchewan classrooms. However, he acknowledged that it would take time to fully implement these changes.

Theme and Future Plans

The theme of this year’s convention was “Ready To Deliver.” The Saskatchewan NDP aims to actively listen to the people, engage with them, and address the issues they prioritize. The convention received positive feedback and generated great ideas for the party to work on.

Increase in Voter Support

A recent poll conducted by Insightrix revealed a six-point increase in voter support for the Saskatchewan NDP party. This increase is a positive sign for the party as they continue their efforts to connect with and represent the people of Saskatchewan.

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