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Saskatchewan Budget 2015
Active Families Benefit alters eligibility
The government of Saskatchewan has released its annual budget and one of the big changes will be to the Active Families Benefit. Only families that have net combined incomes up to $60,000 will be eligible for the program.
Grad retention program restructured
Being a student has never been tougher. With Saskatchewan’s budget out today, it doesn’t look like it will get any easier.
Building Saskatchewan’s health
Saskatchewan’s health is claiming over a third of the province’s entire 2015-2016 budget.
SIIT receives additional operating funding
The 2015 Saskatchewan budget has included many cuts and changes to existing programs but it wasn’t all doom and gloom.
Small businesses lose loan program
For more than 25 years, the Government of Saskatchewan’s Small Business Loans Association (SBLA) Program has helped entrepreneurs start and expand their businesses. This will no longer be the case.
Saskatchewan agriculture chugging along
Funding for agriculture is keeping steady in the 2015 Saskatchewan budget.
No growth for the arts
Saskatchewan Finance Minister Ken Krawetz brown leather shoes may have been untraditional but he certainly kept up the tradition of not addressing culture, arts, and heritage during the official budget address.
Supplement rule change affects Sask. families
The 2015-16 Saskatchewan budget includes cuts to many much-needed programs, like the Graduate Retention program, the Active Families Benefit, and the Seniors’ Drug Plan.
Provincial budget chops down forest services
The ministry of environment saw cuts in the 2015-2016 provincial budget.
Banking on potash to make up for falling oil prices
Oil revenues in Saskatchewan declined $661 million from last year’s budget; however the government is betting on potash to balance this year’s books.
No immigrant services funding
In its 2015 budget, the Saskatchewan government is focused on enabling people to participate in its growing economy, but it's not aggressive on the long-term elements.
Shovels in the ground: 2015 Saskatchewan budget overview
Budget day has come and gone at the Saskatchewan Legislature. This year, the Saskatchewan Party is looking to put more shovels in the ground.
Infrastructure gets big boost, other sectors struggle
The Saskatchewan provincial budget 2015-16 will continue to fund infrastructure projects for Regina, but it also presents lack of funding in other important areas of the city.
Budget at a glance
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