The provincial budget was under attack by the NDP again Wednesday in the legislature.
Opposition leader Trent Wotherspoon raised concern about communities facing cuts to grants in lieu of taxes for crown agencies.
He says the SaskParty is forced communities to undertake service cuts and tax hikes.
He says they are mean spirited and not fair.
Premier Brad Wall says the SaskParty government has been sharing with communities.
He says the previous NDP government targetted municipalities for cuts.
The Premier pointed to a doubling of revenue sharing to municipalities and an expenditure of nine billion dollars on infrastructure projects.
He says communities may have to dip into reserves to cover rising costs.