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Promises Tracker: Summing up party promises

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With the elections around the corner, it can be daunting to analyze all the parties’ platforms. Fortunately, this article will do just that for you. Find below some of the promises that the Saskatchewan New Democratic Party and the Saskatchewan Party’s have made through their platform releases this election cycle. Saskatchewan New Democratic Party Healthcare…

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Promises Tracker: Summing up party promises

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