The single biggest cost in the platform is $106 million over four years for health-care workers, including 400 workers for care homes.
Another includes a cap on class sizes from kindergarten to Grade 2 at about 20 students, although the number would need to be worked out with school boards.
The NDP also says it would boost the seniors income plan and raise the minimum wage to $11.25 this year.
The party’s fiscal plan projects a deficit of $189.4 this year, followed by a small, but growing surplus over the next three years.
The federal government recently extended employment insurance benefits for compassionate care to 26 week.
Speaking on the campaign trail in Regina, Wall said a re-elected Saskatchewan Party would also trim health authority costs by $7.5 million and allocate the savings to long-term care.
He also said a Sask. Party government would allow patients to pay privately for CT scans as long as a second scan was done for a patient on the public wait list.
The province already uses the “two-for-one” approach for MRIs.