Opinions mixed on throne speech

Melville Comprehensive School teacher Andy Rondeau and students Ethan Braun and Tapanga Brooks visited the Saskatchewan Legislature on Oct. 24 as part of an educational opportunity to hear the 2018 throne speech. Afterward, they visited with MLAs from both parties during a tea and then attended the Lieutenant-Governor’s reception at Government House in the evening. Photo by MLA Warren Kaeding

The Sask. Party government says its throne speech is a road map for the future, but the Opposition NDP says it was “pretty forgettable” and lacks substance. Unveiled on Oct. 24, Premier Scott Moe’s first throne speech outlined his priorities for the province and his party’s commitment to “stand up…