Somewhere the Saskatchewan Chamber Of Commerce CEO Is Wondering How The SaskParty Became So Anti-Business

The SaskParty, though the Speaker of the Legislature, has made its feelings known about what the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce study of the end of the Saskatchewan Film and Video Tax Credit program (thank you Murray Mandryk’s Twitter feed).

I expect a similar letter to Rider CEO Jim Hopson in the unlikely event that the Saskatchewan Roughriders win the Grey Cup this month.

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Author: Stephen LaRose

2006 winner of the Canadian Association of University Teachers's Award of Excellence in Journalism for a bunch of prairie dog stuff. Invited into the best homes in Regina. Once.

4 thoughts on “Somewhere the Saskatchewan Chamber Of Commerce CEO Is Wondering How The SaskParty Became So Anti-Business”

  1. And somewhere the Saskatchewan Party Is Wondering How The Sask Chamber Became So Anti-Them! Too bad this probably won’t help bring down the government any sooner than 2019.

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