SASKATOON - Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall has unveiled an election platform that he says focuses on growth and affordability for residents and the government.
The document lays out the Saskatchewan Party's vision for the next four years, although many of the promises have already been announced in the first two weeks of the campaign.
That includes what Wall says will be the costliest promise — expanding the assured income program for disabled people and increasing benefits.
Wall says, if re-elected, his Saskatchewan Party will also help new high school graduates with post-secondary tuition and set up a tax credit for first time homebuyers.
Wall says the platform has been fully costed and will be achieved within a balanced budget in each year of the four-year term.
The total cost of the platform is $414 million over four years.