Moe says no spring election will happen

The speculation of a spring election in Saskatchewan can end.

Premier Scott Moe is releasing a statement in which he says his government will remain focused on providing a strong, stable government and addressing the health and economic challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and that he will not be calling voters to the polls early.

This means Saskatchewan voters will take part in the election on the fixed date of October 26.

Moe had been under pressure to hold off on plans to call a snap election because of COVID-19 and the fallout that is still being felt globally because of it.  The Saskatchewan Health Authority said Wednesday that Saskatchewan still has no cases, but that it is likely just a matter of time until we do see some,


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