On Tuesday, the Saskatchewan government introduced the Saskatchewan First Act, which it says will confirm the province’s autonomy and jurisdiction over its natural resources.
Last week, the provincial government said the act would be its first move of the fall sitting.
“This isn’t about fed-bashing for kicks. This is about quantifying, assessing and defining economic harm. It’s about our place in this federation and our responsibility to foster economic growth,” said Saskatchewan Minister of Justice Bronwyn Eyre on Tuesday.
The act “asserts its exclusive legislative jurisdiction under the Constitution of Canada, and in particular, those matters listed in sections 92 and 92A of the
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