We'll get our first look at the latest Saskatchewan budget Wednesday afternoon and the Premier is telling us that it will be a document of controlled spending.
Premier Brad Wall says there will be some belt tightening in an attempt to maintain what he's calling "The Saskatchewan Advantage."
"We will make the decisions necessary so that we have fiscal responsibility and fiscal discipline as a centre piece of our growth agenda and that's what we're going to do with the budget so there will be tough decisions that we will be making but we think that it's important to sustain the Saskatchewan advantage, first and foremost through fiscal reasonability and balanced budgets."
The opposition NDP said last week that they expect million dollar cuts to education programming around the province as a result of the government looking for places to save money. Finance Minister Ken Krawetz has echoed what Premier Wall has said, explaining there will not be radical cuts to programs.