Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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Newspaper article The Canadian Press

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PR01 - (Sask-Legis)

REGINA. x-11s. Labour strife and a ballooning deficit will be front and centre during the Saskatchewan legislature's spring sitting which starts today. Finance Minister Kevin Doherty (DORE'-tee) is considering layoffs or forcing public servants to take unpaid days off as a way to tackle the province's deficit of one-point-two-billion dollars. Bob Bymoen (BEE'-mihn), head of the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees' Union, says labour groups will speak against both of those moves.

("...make sense.") (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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TAG: Trent Wotherspoon, interim leader of the Opposition N-D-P, says the government is breaking a commitment to workers and is making economic matters worse at a time when jobs need to be created.

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PR02 - (Sask-Legis)

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