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Rural policing cash, cuts to municipalities

The provincial government is aiming to balance by 2020

Paper family of four under a paper cutout insurance umbrella

The PST is being repealed retroactively to Aug. 1, 2017, the date the tax was implemented

  • By: Leah Golob
  • February 27, 2018 April 16, 2018
  • 11:15

Assessing Brad Wall’s legacy as premier of Saskatchewan

Premier Brad Wall may have inflamed irritations with Ottawa, but his tough talk appears to be popular

Manulife reducing premiums on some term life policies

Seventy-three per cent of Saskatchewan residents are against the application of the province’s 6% PST on insurance premiums

Will Saskatchewan’s new tax drive down sales of insurance?

Premier Brad Wall, Canada’s longest-serving and, until recently, most popular premier, has seen better days. His approval rating has plummeted to a low of 46% from 71% in December 2011 – the first time Wall has been assessed negative numbers during his decade in office, according to a Mainstreet/Postmedia poll in May. In fact, Wall’s […]

Standard and Poor’s downgrade reflects the province’s weakened budget performance and low commodity prices

Advocis takes stand against new Saskatchewan tax on life insurance

There are concerns that clients won’t be able to afford life insurance or that other jurisdictions may follow suit