Author: 800 CHAB NEWS

It's just not enough.

Last week, new job growth numbers for the province were released showing Saskatchewan falling in last when compared to the four other western provinces.

Sask. Party leader, Brad Wall feels that the NDP government needs to construct a growth plan, consisting of several different elements. "We see that as three things. One, a government that reduces barriers to growth and sometimes those are taxes. The second element of a growth agenda is a targeted infrastructure plan so that we are reinvesting in those areas that are generating resource wealth and the third element is a strong innovation agenda, long term investment in post secondary and turning those projects into commercial job creation opportunities."

Saskatchewan was shown to have grown 1100 jobs from May of last year, while Manitoba had grown 9500, and Alberta by almost 100,000.