Attention now turns to provincial politics, as Wednesday marks the beginning of Fall Sitting of the Legislature

After a 40 day federal election campaign followed by a vote, on Wednesday Saskatchewan turns its attention to the provincial government and opposition NDP as the fall session of the 28th Legislature begins.

Premier Scott Moe’s agenda will be outlined when Lieutenant Governor Russell Mirasty delivers the Throne Speech Wednesday afternoon.

With one year to go until the next provincial election the unofficial campaigning is expected to be in full force this fall.

After recent concerns regarding e-cigarettes and vaping one piece of legislation expected this fall is something that will regulate those products one way or another, perhaps more like tobacco products.

NDP Leader Ryan Meili has accused Moe of picking fights with the federal government, while ignoring provincial issues such as classroom sizes and emergency room services.

We’ll have more reaction from the Throne Speech Wednesday afternoon.

This fall session goes until December 5th.

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