REGINA – The spring session of the Saskatchewan legislature has wrapped up much like the way it started – with talk of the economy.
Premier Brad Wall says action taken during the 10 week session should help “keep the economic momentum going” in the province.
That includes a budget that boosted infrastructure spending and legislation to cut property taxes.
But it was the issue of convicted wife killer Colin Thatcher writing a book that brought about an unexpected piece of legislation during the session.
The government fast-tracked a law to stop criminals from profiting from the sale of their crime stories.
Wall says there will be a cabinet shuffle before summer, so some politicians returning to the assembly in the fall may have different jobs.