Source: CBC News, February 3, 2020
Revenue sharing to go up by $27M this year
Premier Scott Moe says towns and cities across the province will receive a record amount of revenue sharing from the province this year.
Speaking to the Saskatchewan Urban Municipalities Association (SUMA), Moe announced urban areas will receive $278 million in 2020-21, an increase of $27 million from last year.
“This massive increase in revenue sharing tells you all you need to know about why we continue to be so committed to growth,” said Moe. “Revenue has grown … because our economy has grown.”
Image Source: Michael Bell/Canadian Press
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