SASKATOON — Saskatchewan Party Leader Scott Moe has told an outdoor car rally in Saskatoon that he's proud to run on the party's legacy of standing up for people.
He says the Sask. Party stood against the federal government and the carbon tax and pushed for pipelines.
He says his party also built hospitals, highways and hired teachers while in power.
Moe repeated several campaign promises at the rally, including his party’s plan to have a balanced budget by 2024.
Tomorrow is the last day advanced polls are open in Saskatchewan.
Moe says it’s been a very different campaign due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but he is optimistic the Saskatchewan Party will do well at the polls.
This report by The Canadian Press was first published Oct. 23, 2020.