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2021 Saskatchewan Budget

On April 6th, the provincial government delivered the 2021 Saskatchewan Budget. CFIB pushed hard to ensure this Budget would provide help so Saskatchewan’s businesses and economy can recover.

2021 Saskatchewan Budget Highlights:

CFIB’s 2021-22 pre-budget recommendations:

We worked hard to make sure your priorities were the focus of Saskatchewan’s 2021-2022 Budget. On December 4th, CFIB met with Saskatchewan's Deputy Premier and Minister of Finance, Hon. Donna Harpauer, to share our latest research and members’ priorities for the upcoming Budget. We also met with Premier Scott Moe on January 14th to share the same presentation.   

Marilyn Braun-Pollon, Vice President, Western Canada & Agri-Business & Jonathan Alward, Director, Prairie Region, present small businesses’ 2021-2022 Budget priorities to Premier Scott Moe
Marilyn Braun-Pollon, Vice President, Western Canada & Agri-Business & Jonathan Alward, Director, Prairie Region, present small businesses’ 2021-2022 Budget priorities to Finance Minister, Hon. Donnaa Harpauer
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