The NDP is raising the alarm bell about next month’s budget.
Opposition leader Ryan Meili accuses the SaskParty government of fiscal mismanagement and worries about more cuts to important services.
He says Saskatchewan residents face higher fees and cuts to core services.
He says taxpayers are paying more and getting less.
Premier Scott Moe says the government has been consulting with various groups to invest in core services and issues around health, education and taxes.
He points out the province has increased investments in health care and education 72 percent in the last 10 years.
Moe says he will not introduce a job killing carbon tax as supported by the NDP.
The budget will be delivered on April 10th.