With one week to go before Saskatchewan voters go to the polls, NDP leader Cam Broten was rallying the troops at a townhall meeting in Regina.
The Artesian was packed with New Democrat supporters as Broten re-iterated why voters should elect his party to government next Monday.
Broten says he is feeling very confident going into the last week of the campaign and that he will be working hard to convince people why an NDP government will be good for Saskatchewan
He also talked about claims from the Saskatchewan Party that his platform is not costed saying all you have to do is find it on the internet and look at it for yourself.
After the Regina event, Broten went to Moose Jaw where he announced what an NDP government would do for small businesses with some of those promises including promoting small local businesses better with a Buy Local campaign; eliminating the two per cent small business tax for companies employing at least three people when the province’s fiscal capacity allows, and overhauling government and Crown corporation procurement to ensure Saskatchewan businesses benefit from an even playing field when it comes to bidding on contracts