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It seems to be the season for political leadership races in Saskatchewan. On January 27, Scott Moe, became the new leader of the Saskatchewan Party and Saskatchewan’s 15th Premier. A new leader of the Saskatchewan New Democrats will also be elected March 3, 2018 in Regina. 

Pushing for small business friendly policies 

As a non-partisan organization, CFIB does not endorse specific candidates. However, we worked hard to ensure your concerns and priorities were front and center in all candidates’ platforms. CFIB met with all Saskatchewan Party candidates prior to January 27 and asked them for their specific commitments on your top issues. See full responses from Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe

Regarding the NDP Leadership Race, we have requested to meet with the two leadership candidates and recently asked them for their specific commitments on your top issues. Read CFIB’s 2018 Leadership Candidates Survey on Saskatchewan Small Business Issues. We will post their responses prior to a new leader of the Saskatchewan New Democrats being elected on March 3, 2018 in Regina.

Saskatchewan NDP Leadership Candidates’ Responses:

The answers to these questions have been reproduced in full below. Please note the responses from the leadership candidates were posted as received and have not been reviewed for content or grammar (spelling or punctuation).

Responses received to date:

Trent Wotherspoon

Meet the Leadership Candidates:

The Saskatchewan NDP leadership race has two candidates:

• Ryan Meili
• Trent Wotherspoon