Report – June 16, 2011
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blessed in Saskatchewan with 34 provincial parks, more than
100,000 lakes, and thousands of hours of sun, which combine to
create a wide range of camping and recreational experiences for
you and your family. Our government is proud of our publicly-owned
provincial parks and we are committed to keeping them that way.
The Saskatchewan Government Employees Union (SGEU) would have you
believe otherwise. The SGEU is using union dues it collects from
its hard-working members to pay for a series of attack ads in
which they claim our government has an agenda to privatize. This
is simply not true. That is not to say the private sector doesn't
play a role in our parks system. Since the inception of parks in
the 1930s, the private sector has provided high-quality services
and facilities to park visitors – commercial lessees operate
approximately 170 business services in provincial parks and
recreation sites. Our government will continue to own and manage
all park land and operate basic park services.
The SGEU ads
also claim there are new user fees, service cuts and cabins being
sold off. Here are the facts:
are no new user fees. The only new fee in Saskatchewan provincial
parks since 2007 was an out-of-province camping fee implemented
for the summer of 2010 and it was also removed in December 2010.
government has invested $33 million in capital projects for our
provincial parks since 2008 – compare that to the former NDP
government who invested only $13 million in their last three years
in government. That funding is being used to upgrade and replace
service centers, boat launches, potable water systems, picnic
tables and barbeques.
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have also kept and exceeded our 2007 campaign promise to add 1,000
continue working to improve the quality of our great outdoors and
park services so that you and your family can enjoy our parks both
today and in the months and years ahead.
Saskatchewan Agriculture’s latest crop report, 82 per cent of this
year’s crop has been seeded. However, while seeding is nearly
complete in most northern and central areas, producers in southern
areas continue to face seeding challenges with wet field
conditions and recent rains. This
year, the Crop Insurance Unseeded Acreage Benefit was increased
from $50 to $70 per eligible acre for Crop Insurance customers
with land they are unable to seed due to excess moisture. We also
Unseeded Acreage Benefit to compensate Crop Insurance customers
for land they were unable to seed because of impassable roads
caused by flooding.
In addition, the Crop Insurance seeding deadline was extended for
the second consecutive year to allow producers more time to get
their crops seeded and still be insured. I hope these program
changes have helped producers facing excess moisture challenges.
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Government-Trustee Bargaining Committee and the Teachers'
Bargaining Committee continue to work towards reaching a new
collective agreement. Most recently, the two sides spent seven
days in the mediation process. Even though the process has
concluded and unresolved issues still remain, both parties agree
that this was an important step forward and that progress was
made. The mediator will continue to make himself available to work
with both sides as he prepares a report. The parties will come
together to receive the report before it is submitted to the
Minister of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety. The report and
recommendations are being anticipated by June 30, 2011.
meantime, both parties have agreed to cease all advertising, job
sanctions and not comment further on the mediation process during
this period. This is good news for students as school classes,
activities and graduation ceremonies will move forward.