Saskatchewan Party Leader touts support for small business
Moe in final week of the election says he would boost the economy through job creation and growth, and rules out tax increases or major cuts.
BATTLEFORD, Sask. — Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe is kicking off the final week of the provincial election campaign by underscoring his support for small business.
Moe stopped at a furniture store in Battleford where he promised to deliver a strong economic recovery from the COVID-19 pandemic if his party is re-elected next Oct. 19.
He says he would boost the economy through job creation and growth, and ruling out tax increases or major cuts.
The Sask. Party is promising that it would help temporarily cut the small business tax rate and providing a rebate to SaskPower customers.
Last week, Moe stopped in Saskatoon and Prince Albert to tout the ways he says his party has supported both cities through its last 13 years in government.