The first session of the 28th legislative assembly in Saskatchewan prorogued Wednesday morning in Regina.
The adjournment sets the stage for a new speech from the throne around 2 PM Wednesday.
Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield highlighted achievements made in the legislature during the session, including lower taxes and efforts to balance the budget.
She says the province will have the lowest taxes on manufacturing and processing and research incentives when fully implemented.
The Lieutenant Governor also pointed to record infrastructure spending of 26 billion dollars during the last decade on schools, hospitals, highways and upgrading the electrical grid.
She also pointed to the opening of 18 new schools, ongoing work on the Children’s Hospital in Saskatoon and the Regina by-pass, the province’s largest ever infrastructure project.