The largest pan-industry consultation in Saskatchewan’s history, Transform-Sask has released it’s report on future transformational change.
The report follows 60 consultation sessions in 14 communities across the province.
It has 45 calls to action and covers issues around health care, infrastructure, environment and aboriginal engagement.
Steve McLellan, Transform-Sask Co-Chair and CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce says they heard common goals from each consultation session around the province.
“Consistent were things that we heard in theme around education, health care, greening of the economy and also very consistent was the fact we have so much to celebrate in this province and we don’t do it. We’re to humble and shy, that’s got to change, because we have got sell Saskatchewan,” McLellan said.
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McLellan added in every session they were also told more Aboriginal engagement is needed, in particular with education and the economy.
He says they heard the concern from every community except Meadow Lake, who seems to be ahead in that area, stating they already live side-by-side and work as neighbors and friends.