Source:Brendan Ellis, regina.ctvnews.ca, March 11, 2020
The provincial budget has typically relied on natural resource revenues, but is now beginning to transition away from that.
REGINA — The province is just over one week away from the unveiling of next year’s budget, but the Government of Saskatchewan will not be heading back to the drawing board amid plunging oil prices.
Speaking to reporters at the Saskatchewan Legislative Building Monday, Premier Scott Moe said the province is in a good position to deal with a short term drop in natural resource prices.
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